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GOSSIP FOR THE LADIES.

HODIE HINTS.

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;i HISTORY OF GLAMORGANSHIRE.

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A LESSON FROM BELFAST.

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jEDUCATION BILL CONTROVERSY.

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\ New Swansea Shipping- Company…

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FOOTBALL NOTES.

Llandovery College v Swansea…

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TELEGRAPH MESSENGERS.

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TELEGRAPH MESSENGERS. School Board and the Post- master's Action, At, Tueday's meeting of the Attendance Committee of the Swansea School Board (Mr. H D. Williams presiding), the Clerk reported that the postmaster was engaging boys for telegraph work without first consulting the 7 co Clerk. The boys, however, on taking up the work, were made to attend a class under Government auspices, and which had Govern- ment grants made to it. The past master had 7 not mentioned his intention of doing so. and on being interviewed by the Clerk, said that he was short of boys, and the telegraph ser- vice must be carried out.—Miss Dillwyn said the class provided for the boys was an exoel- leuc one. and she would be sorry to interfere with it by a strict adherence to a bye-law. which mjht. with advantage, be waived.— Re v. J. Pollock could not see why the bye- laws should be broken, even assuming the em- ployment was a desirable one.—Miss Dillwyn moved that no interference be made. but it was pointed out that such a resolution could not be made as the bye-laws stood, so that Miss Dillwyn » amended her motion to one requesting the Clerk to write the Education Department the subject.

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CHAMBER OF TRADE QUESTION.

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