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-oo- WELSH COUNTY COUNCILS AND THE "APPOINTED DAi Before the House of Commons adjourned, Mr. Kenyon asked the Secretary to the Board of Educa- tion whether he was aware that most of the County Councils in Wales had provisionally adopted 3oth September as the day to bring the Education Act into operation, and had levied an increased rate in view of the expenses which would devolve upon the Council from that date, and that it was now in contemplation to defer that date and. if so, whether he would make inquiries as to the necessity of any longer delay in the matter. Sir William Anson, in reply said The 30th September was fixed by the Board of Education as the appointed day for most County Councils who did not desire to bring the Education Act into operation before that date, pro- visionally on no difficulty arising which should necessitate a postponement. County Councils desir- ous ot postponing an appointed day once fixed will necessarily state their reasons for requesting a postponement. -oo-

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