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LLANDILO. SCHOOL Board. —The monthly meeting of the the Sell'>ol Board was hnld on the Gth inst. The members present wern Mr L. N. Powell (chairman), and Messrs Morgan Davies, Henry W. Thomas, D. Lewis, J. Richards, Rees Jenlsins, James Rees, J. R. Jones, and J,-hn H.triis.-The Finance Committee had ex.iminod the quarterly aud other accounts, and found them satisfactory.—Brynamman Schousl A moitgage fm the loan of at 2 j per cent was entered into with the 1).NV.L.C. for the improvement of the Brynamman School. The Commissioners certificate for the amount to the Treasurer of the Board was produced. — The New Sckuol The Chairman and Messrs Teel and Morgan Davies were elected mana.gbr, of tGe new saho.d. Mr W. D. Griffiths, of Gl>nderweu, was appoineed as'istant-master of the new school at a salary of £ o J per annum. Miss C. M. Jones, 12, New-road, was appointed sewiug-mistress at a salary (,f :1:>: a year. Prccepts for paying the expenses of the Board for the current halt-year were issued at Gi in the £ — The Accounts of the Board for the financial year ended 21>th September were examined and Tlte Salaries: On the proposition of Mr Morgan Davies, seconded by Mr J. It. Joces, it was resolved that the scale of sabries of head teachers be altered so that where the average attendance was under 90, the salary fixed be £ 10:^ and wheie it was between !)0 and under 100, the salary be £ 110 tived. Mr_J R Jones gave notice to move that the scale of salaries tc assistant teachers be recomidered.-Salem School Miss May Lewis, of Pwll lUu, Glanamman, was appointed assistant mwtrrss, Artie.e (j:, for this school, at a salarv ol £ -^5. The kite for the proposed School at Ffairfdch A letter with regard to this was read from Mr Dudley Drummond, in which lie stated that the price of the whole field near the W orkoouse would be ,£:6,\ and for three-quarters of an acre. The Clerk was instructed to couimuDcate with Mr Drunnnond with a view to get him to reunce the terms.—-Glanamman Schools Mr D G Jones,Biaenau, Festiniog, was appointed assistant master of the Higher Grade Department of the Glana:nmia Sjh 101 at a salary ot £ 'J. — The Rtsiynation of the Hon Walter F Jiice At. the la-t meeting of the Board it was reslJlvcd to ask the, Hon Walter F Kiee t<> re consider his decision to resign the inendnvdiiij of the Board. In reply he wrote as follows — Midd'eton Park, Bicester, 5th September, 18:13. Gentlemen, — I am most extremely obliged to you for your generous and kind offer in asking me to remain on the Llandilo School B"ard, which I shall be most happy to do. I consider it a most graceful act to ask irw 1.1 ClI, and you are paying me a veiy high iL. aic!i I can assure you I fully appreciate. ours faitr.^ 'y, W F Kick. But exact y a month later,^ Mi bv.ee wrote from Dynevor Castie as foliows GentiJUH n, — I have been re-considering my dec.sion to remain on the Llandilo School Bad, and hive rome to the con -lu-ion I ought not to remain, as i am leaving the count* and could not possibly do any work on the so I b-g to tender my le-ignati n. I must again thank you all mo^t hwirnly_ for hauug asked me last ti~J» to re-consider my decision, whuli I felt and d<> fee! was a great honour.—Yours faith- I felt and do feel was a great honour.—Yours faith- fully, NVALrzu F iilCJS."