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EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE. laphp Welsh Deputation and St. Asaph's j Diocese. A meeting was held it the Westminster Palace Hotel. London, on Tuesday fomioon to consider the education question in > a es^ when the representatives of the Dioc-se oi St. Asaph and a committee appointed j ie i-epresentatives of the meeting of the L-ount-y | Council at Llandrindod met. The chair was taken by Mr. F. Edwards, M.P liukJn"r" 1 slwre).. I The dr.t question discussed wis that < t it- ( ligious instruction, and the representative iu I the Voluntary Schools asked whether iadl- I ties would b- given in ail elementary schools j within the area to which this arrangement applied, wuat guarantees Mould be g^"11 <a_ I the permanency and the loyal carrying out ot I any arrangement that was'made, whether the I ministers of the various religious Jenom.na tions would be allowed to tate part in the re- ligious instruction on th ■ days on wiuch la- criitieK were not given, whether the teachers I would be allow ed on the lays on «".ncn e- finite religious instruction was given to tase > part as volunteers m such instruction, oi that whether the syllabus adopted, would be such as could be adopted by the Lon<loJ1 i-clioo! I Board, and whetlur the liberty of re.igious instruction given on the days on which there I was not dogmatic teaching would be as tree ( and broad as that implied )11 the ( owper j Temple clause—that is to say. <liat ,V 1 gious instruction of the syllabus would not be less restricted than that whkh the law ,I allowed. The other questions discus.-ed ie- I latcd to the appointment of teaehers and the > appointment of managers. {!?:s"'er I | these queries was arrived at. The Bishop of Menevia intimated 11 at he would be unaole to accept ;uiy arrangements in respeot to | the religious question. After two houra dis- cussion the conference separated. I ne eon- j ference was attended by the following, repre- I silting the Church authorities TaeBishop j of St. Asaph, Lord LMiostyn, hor £ l^e"yon, Bishop of Menevia, Hon. George ivenyon, j M.P., Mr. Stanley J. Weyman, Archdeacon j Wynne Jones, Mr." Stephen Gladstone, Ca ron Williams, Mr R. P. Pennant, Mr. L. A Brodrick, Mr. Norman Ogilvy. Mr. Tilley. County Council represent itti\ es: Mr. Lloyd George, M P.. Mr. Herbert Lewis. !\5!.P., Mr. T. J. Huo-hes (Bridgend), Mr. S. W Jones (Monmouth). Mr. R. Martin ail- sea), ilr. David Davies (Swansea), Mr. H. Cej (Denbigh). Mr. Robert Bird (Cardiff), and Mr. E. R. Davies (Carnarvon).

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