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LOCAL NEWS.

. BILLIARDS.

---!LLANDUDNO AS IT WAS.

IDEATH OF COLONEL CHARLES…

YULETIDE SALE OF WORK.

I . JOHN BRIGHT - COUNTY SCHOOL.

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JOHN BRIGHT COUNTY SCHOOL. In consequence of the very ,consider- able increase in the number of pupils at- tending this school, which has resulted from the very substantial reduction that has been made in the school fees, it has been considered advisable to secure a second lady teacher as a permanent addi- tion to the staff. A lady with a degree is therefore being sought for through the usual agencies to commence duties a.t the beginning of next term, January 7th, 1910. The governors of the school are, as fol- lows:—Mr J. Allanson Pic ton. J.P., Penmaenmawr; Miss Barker, Plas Gogarth; Miss Hughes, Council School; Mr John Owen, Avallon; Mr Robert Roberts, J.P. Mr T. W. Griffith, J.P. Rev. Ll. R. Hughes, M.A.; Rev. David Davies, Mr D. W. Thomas, Council School, Llandudno; Dr. Morgan. Con- way; Mr Hugh Owen, Llandudno Junc- tion; Colonel C. H. Darbishire, Dr. J. R. Williams, J.P., Penmaenmawr; Mr Ralph Fisher, Deganwy; the Head- master; clerk, Mr James Jones Marks, M.A., Llandudno. A glance at this list will show that this institution is under excellent man- agement, and should serve to dispel any notion that it is run in the private in- terest of any individual or portion of the community. While the academic results obtained are excellent the physical welfare of the boys is well looked after, and school games occupy the place they should in education. In football this term 7 matches have been played, 3 have been won, against Llanrwst County School (2-0), Golwyn Bay Higher Grade (3-2), Dinglewood (5-3), and 4 have been lost, against Dinglewood (4-3), Rydal Mount 2nd (6-1), Hjigher Grade (4-2) and Old Boys (3-2). In hockey the school has drawn with the 2nd XI. of the University College (2-2), and has beaten the Old, Boys (4-1), while the latter revenged themselves by winning 4-3. The headmaster would be glad if parents wishing to enter children after Christmas would make application as early as convenient to them.

THE WRECK OF THE "ELLAN VANNIN."

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