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THE SUICIDE OF A SOLICITOR.

.à.--=---I ^Ir. IN LONDON

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LIBERAL UNIONISTS FETED BY…

POLITICAL BORES.

ANOTHER SHIP CANAL.

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AWFUL TRAGEDY IN YORKSHIRE.

CURIOUS LAND SALE.

SEAMEN'S FRIENDLY SOCIETY.

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DR. PARRY'S TESTIMONIAL.

INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION IN…

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INTERMEDIATE EDUCA- TION IN GLAMORGANSHIRE. SCHEME APPROVED BY THE GOVERNMENT. The scheme approved1 by the Committee of Council on Education for the management of the fund's applicable to intermediate and technical education in Glamorganshire has just been printed. The scheme refers to the foundations of Lewis's School, Gelligaer Aildworth's Foundation, Eghvysdlan, and the Cow'bridge Grammar'School. By this scheme the pres.ent headmasters at Gelligaer and Cow- bridge respectively—Mr. R. W. Jones, B.A., and the Rev. W. F. Evans. M. A.—should, if willing hold the office of headmaster in ^he corresponding county schools, and nothing should prevent the Rev. W. F. Evans from continuing to hold the chapeiry or the per- petual curacy of Talygarn. Special provisions a-re made for Lewises School. The governors appointed1 under the 1874 Scheme should cease to hold office from the date of the present scheme, and all powers conferred upon them by the former scheme should be transferred to the county governing body and the school managers of the district respectively, accord- ing as the functions of those bodies are defined by this later scheme, the provisions of which should apply to the school in substitution of those hitherto existing. The county govern- ing body shall permit the school managers of the Gelligaer District to use the existing school buildings of Lewis's School, rent free, for the purposes of the Gelligaer Boys' School, and the county governing body may set apart and let in allotments, according to the Allotments Extension Act, 1882, any portions of the land representing part of the endowment of Lewis's School, other than buildings and appurte- nances. We shall return later to the provi- sions for the working of the county scheme generally.

THE LOCAL TETO BILL.

- FIRE ON A BBITISH SHIP.

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I AN AMERICAN MINISTER ; SUES…

EISHOP HEDLEY AT LLANELLY.

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