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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. t1

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.

CARDIFF.

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LLANARTH.

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LLANARTH. SCHOOL BOARD.—The monthly meeting of the School Board was held on the 5th inst., Mr. Morgan Evans, of Oakford, in the chair. The other members present were Messrs. John Lewis, of Tyddyndu, vice-chairman, J. Jordan Jones, of Fronwen, and Thomas Davies, of Llwyn- rheol. After a long discussion on the propriety of ac- cepting the unsectarian school in the village under the management of the Board, the following resolution was passed—"That having duly considered the memorial pre- sented to us on the 2nd January by the trustees and managers of the- Llanarth Unsectarian School, offering the transference of their school to the management of this Board, we, as a Board, taking into consideration the requirements of the district are convinced it is our in- cumbent duty to accept the said trust." The Chairman and Messrs. Lewis and Davies voting for the resolution and Mr. Jones against.

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