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Inspector's Fads.

Social and Public Service.

Our Friends in Merthyr.

Bethesda (B.), Abercwmboi.


Alleged Drugging and Assault…

... Street Accident at Aberdare.:…

Smoking Miners.


Mountain Ash Education Committee.



Overcrowding. 't One of the Inspectors of Schools sent in a report dealing with Clar- ence Street School, Miskin. and men- tioned that the school was full on the day he visited it, though there were 30 children absent. Mr. W. Davies asked whether the arrangements were nearly complete to proceed with the enlargement of that school. Mr. Bruce Jones remarked that the best plan was to push on with the proposed York Street School. The Director's Assistant observed that the committee were already paying L320 a year for the loan of vestries to hold classes. Mr. Bowles asked if the Miskin School was full, and it was stated that it was not. Mr. Bowles: Then why not trans- fer some of the scholars from Clar- ence Street to Miskin ? I move that the Director make enquiries as to the possibility of transferring some of the children. Mr. Thomas Jones said that in any case the distance to walk would not be very far; not so far as children had to walk in one part of Mon- mouthshire, where they had to start from home at 8 in order to be in school at 9.15. Mr. Bowles' motion was agreed to.

York Street Schoof.

Preferred Bangor to Barry.

Abercynon and Ynysybwl 7th…

Roman Catholic School.

Nonconformists and Churchmen.

Penrhiwceiber School Playground.

__a___----.----Mr Clem. Edwards…