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THE ADJOURNED INQUEST.

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MERTHYR. SCHOOL BOARD.—Mr W. L. Daniel, chairman, presided a.t the ordinary meeting on Friday. The school management committee reported that they found that some parents took advantage of the clause in the bye-laws of the board with respect to the attendance of their children at school after passing the fourth standard. This bye-law had been framed to enable poor parents whose children were old enough to work to obtain some benefit from their labour after they had passed the fourth standard, and had not been intended to give per- mission to the children to play in the sheets one half of the week. The committee, therefore, re- commended that the bye-law be so amended as to provide that no child who had passed the fourth standard should be exempt from obligation to attend school regularly, unless it would be shown to the satisfaction of the board that such child was necessarily and benefi- ciallyemployed. The report was adopted.—Mr Walters, master oT the Twynyrodiu School, wrote stating that he had been for six months without the usual and necessary assistance in his school, and its efficiency had, therefore, been greatly im- paired, and he asked that the board should take immediate steps to secure the services of an effi- cient teacher in the place of Mr Thomas, who re- signed in September. It was resolved that the clerk should communicate with Professor Row- lands, the principal of Bangor Training College, enquiring whether he could supply a student who could take temporary duty at the school up to the time of the next examination. POULTRY AND PIGEON SHOW (ALSO Fox TER- RIERS). Market Hall, Merthyr, December lOtli smd 11th. Poultry: 60 classes. Pigeons: 23 classes. En- tries close December 1st. For schedules and entry forms apply to Dan Thomas, Merthyr.

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