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BEAUMARIS COUNTY SCHOOL

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BEAUMARIS COUNTY SCHOOL At the quarterly meeting of the governors held at t.he Town Hall, BeauiiiKuis, on Wed- nesday last. there were present, Sir R Wil- liams-Bulkeley, Bart, (chairman), Mrs Owens, Bryniau; Messrs H. Bulkeiev Price, HU(Th Thomas, William Hughes, David Roberts and Major R. ap Hugh JII'MIS, Mr Wil- liain Grïfith (clerk), and Mr E. Madoc Jones. M.A. (headmaster). THE LATE MRS REDSDALE.—The Chairman spoke in very feeling terms of the late Mrs Redsdale, who was a member of the governors, and on his nioiion, seconded by Alderman William Hughes, a vote of con- dolence with her relations was passed. ELECTION OF CHAIRMAN A-N-D VICE-CHAIR MAX. —Sir R. Williams-Bui- keley, Bart., was appointed chairman, and Mr Hugh Thomas vrec-cLairman. HEADMASTER'S EFFORT.—The Head- master, in his report, stated there was an increase in the number of scholars, and that naturally there would be need for further assistance, especially in the .girls' department. --The Chairman stated that whilst anxious to do all m his power for the school, the go\ emors -would not be justified in increasiiiff the staff until the County Governing Bodv had finally decided as to the amount the school would reeo've. CRICKET GR( )rXD.-The Headmaster stated the school was much indebted to Xr'r R. Will*ams-Bulke!ey for his kindness in giving the free use of the cricket ground, and on the motion of Mr Hugh Thomas' seconded by Major Robert Williams, a vote of thanks was accorded to Sir Richard Bulkeiev. APPLICATIONS.—It was decided to make a further appeal to the County Govern- ing Body to grant a leiving scholarship to 'Mr John Morgan. Garth Ferry, who was now a.t Oxford.—On the report of the finance committee, it was le(i to make an ap- plication to the County Governing Body to apportion the amount from the county rate towards the Beaumaris School at least ac- cording to the school accommodation, and a so hat subscriptions "bo SO Jcited towards the building fund -n excess of the amount allowed by the scheme. SCIENCE ANT) ART DKP AP.TAn "N,;1 —On the motion of Mr H. Bulkeley Price, seconded by Maior \Earns, it was decided that npp.i cation h" uM.> to the Science and Art Department to e the school in a position to compete -■ h", ex-mrnations for that department. A COrNTT 'f/TT,TT~R,AL SOCI- ETY FOR Moyj'! :I :■ VERYSHIRE. — A meeting of landowner A1.or- and others interested in agr'<-uh u!V ;v.«s held at Welsh- pool on Monday, t«> .p-c'Jer the desirability of resuscitating the ile Agri- cultural Sou'ety. Wv.kn; "W • Wynn pre-, and th'-se present were Lord PotW.s, Ma j r Prvro-.Tou'es. MP.. Mr A. C. Humphrey*-• ;>v, M.P., CI0103I Har- rison, Captain K~v h-;vst.-France, Sir P. Pryce-Jtaies, a, •• r- The Chairman explained that it "1 'if; "-71 years since the County Agricultur .erv has ceased to exist, and it was d. on the motion of Lord Powis, thn* ?:;<>•!? be resuscitated, ■tP deqUled t>- ii. l J -i imvet ng .in 1896.

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