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COLLIERS' STRIKE AT RHYMNEY.

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.4, LLANELLY. C CRICKET MATCH.—A match between LtoneHv and Car- marthen was played in the park on Tuesday. It resulted in a victory for Llaneliy in one innings, by 69 run, y PETTY SESSIONS. — Isaac Shealey, Inland Revenue officer, of Llaneliy, charged Benjamin Jenkins, Furnace, Llaneliy, with keeping two horses without a license. IV fendant was convicted with a penalty of £ 5, aud the magi; strates recommended that the fine should be mitigated t < ;Ll. -David Charles aud John Charles. Kendy,Pontardulsis, were e-, iivicted upon a similar charge, and convicted in a penalty of B5. — Joseph Reynolds charged Solomon Blaekberg, Gate-street, with refusing to deliver pawned goods wht-n called for, and defendant was fined and cost- SCHOOL BOA-.D.-The faonthly meeting of this Board was held on Tuesday. The members present were Mr. C. W. Nevili, Mr. J. 8. Tregoning, Dr. Morgan, Mr. John Jones, and Ivlr. R. Nevill. In the absence of th chairman and vice-chairman. Mr. C. W. Nevill, on the motion of Mr. Tregoning, occupied the chair. The question of the appointment of additional managers for Felinfuel Board Scoool was postponed for consideration to aineetiug of the Board, to be nelu on the 23rd of this n.onth. Mr. Rosser being from home. The consideration of his of motion, that steps be taken to secure attendance at existing Board schools, equal to their accommodation, was postponed for the same reason. Letters were read from the Rev. John Jones and Mr. C. N. Broom, giving- par- ticulars of the receipts by the masters and mistresses of their schools for the last three years. These paraculars were asked for by the BoaVd with the view of considering a the principle upon which the teachers of their schools shall be paid. After some conversation it was considered desirable, as the subject was an important one. that notice should be given to each member, and that it should be discussed at the next meeting. A letter was read from the trea-si-irei- ot the Felinfoti School Board, asking for an advance of £ 20, to pay the current expenses of the scho jl. This raised the question by what principle the Boaixt were to be regulated in making advances to schools, and in auditing the accounts of the managers. With the view of bringing the question before the Finance Committee, it was resolved that the Treasurer of the Felinfoel, Board School be asked to furnish the Board with a statement of the receipts and payments to the 30th of this month. Meanwhile, the desired advance of i:20 to be made, and the existing arrangements with the Master of Felinfoel Board School to continue in force until the whole question of the teachers' salaries shall have been determined. The Clerk reported what had been done with respect to the sites for school,, and it was resolved that a Surveyor be appointed to value the sites fixed upon by the Board, and the notice of the appointment be "given at the next meeting. Mr. Wilson attended the meeting, and laid several plans on the table and he was asked to prepare specifications and estimates upon these plans, for the purpt,ge of application being made to the Educational Department to recommend the loan to be applied for by the Board to build their new school. The site of the proposed school between the Wern and St. Paul's was not fixed upon, and notice was ordered to be given to the next meeting, to fix the cite.' A letter was read from the -Educational Department, stating that the Department could not consent to the proposed lea-e from the managers to the Board. The draft transfer <jf Prr.s- pect-place school was submitted, and 'substantially approved of. It was resolved that the use of the bov's room of the Market-street school be continued to the United Choir for one night a week.

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