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Bankyfelin Notes.


Ar Ben y Peutan.


Llandilo Urban District Council.I

Intermediate Education in…


Intermediate Education in Car- marthenshire. MEETING OF THE COUNTY GOVERNING BODY. A meeting of the Carmarthenshire County Governing Body was held at the Shire Hall, Car- marthen, on Wednesday, at 1.1;> pm. MrW 0 Brigstocke, Paic-y-Gorse, presided. There were also present :-Miss Lloyd. Penjbank Miss Schaw- Protheroe, Glyntaf; Mr Charles Loyd, W aumfor Rev W Thomas. Whitland; Professor Angus, Aberystwith Professor D E Jones, Carmarthen Rev John Davies. Llnndilo Principal E.fWS. Car- marthen Mr J R James, Llandovery and the I Clerk (Mr T H Powell). THE TEACHING OF "EXTRAS." Professor Jones moved "That we define the nowers of the different managing bodies under Clause 77." The managers had no power to introduce subjects not mentioned in the scheme without consulting the County Governing Body. He now found that in some of the schools painting. instrumental music, etc., was taught during school h°Rev John Davies said they ought to prevuit or.e school damaging another by teaching extra subjects ^Mr'Charles Lloyd suggested that a committee go into the Time Tables used by the managers of the different schools. This was agreed to, and the following were appointed a committee -Professor Jones, Rev John Davies, and Mr Charles Lloyd. THE EXAMINATION OF SCHOOLS. It was agreed to ask Professor Roberts, of Abrr. ystwith, to conduct the annual examinations at the ^pJincipa; Evans suggested that with the view of applying a common standard to all the schools, that they should be examined, as far as possible, by the same men. It was agreed to bring these suggestions unuer the attention of Professor Roberts. A DIFFICULTY. Principal Evans said that at the Carmarthen Grammar bchool-aud he had no doubt at other schools aL-o-many boys went in for examinations held by University bodies in July. The usual echool examination took place in the same month it was highly undesirable that the boys should be subjected to both examinations. He, therefore, moved that-subject to the approval of the Chanty Commissioners—the examiners should be asged to exempt such pupils from the regular examinations Miss Lloyd seconded the motion, which was unanimously adopted. THE CENTRAL BOARD. Mr Gwilyra Evans and the Rev John Davies were appointed thA representatives of the Governors on the Central Welsh Board.

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Llanboidy Petty Sessions.



Carmarthenshire Assizes.