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Council School.—At the last meeting of the Education Committee, the Council School Managers for Dinas and Newport submitted an application for an increase of salary for Mary J Clay, student teacher at Dinas. As she is now paid more than the maximum of the scale for student teachers, the Staffing Sub-committee was unable to recommend an I increase.—At the last meeting of the County Council, sanction was accorded for the nego- tiation of a loan'of [roo in respect of the Dinas School, and the seal of the Council was affixed to the securities, an order being also made authorising the delivery of the cer- tificate to Mr J W Cross. Reform.—It will be recollected that, some time ago, in the course of the prosecution of Dinas parents for failing to keep their child- ren in regular attendance at school, it trans- pired that parents frequently alleged that infants were younger than was actually the case in order to keep them longer at home, but that afterwards they had to pay the pen- alty: owing to the children's ages being wrongly entered on the school register, so that they were unable to take them away from school when they actually reached the age of fourteen years. The Education Com- mittee has now decided that a circular be sent to head teachers, instructing them not to admit children who have attended no school previously without birth certificates, in ac- cordance with the requirements of the Board of Education, and informing them how these certificates can be obtained cheaply. Coming Elections. General satisfaction has been occasioned by the news published in our last issue to the effect that Capt. T James, J.P., of Glanteg, is likNly to be returned un- opposed at the forthcoming triennial election of members of the County Council. During his tenure of the office Capt. James has been most zealous in the discharge of the duties appertaining thereto, particularly in regard to attendance at the innumerable committees to which he has been appointed, each of which necessitates a journey to Haverford- west. We understand that there is no liekli- hood, either, of his return being opposed to the St. Dogmaels Rural District Council or to the Cardigan Board of Guardians. Owing to his appointment as Assistant Overseer, Mr Dewi Harries is now ineligible to sit on either of the two latter bodies, and we have every reason to believe that the vacancy so created will be filled by the election, unopposed, of the Rector, Rev. W Glvnfab Williams. An. ropos of Capt. James' plurality of offices it should be borne in mind that considerable benefit accrues to local administration when subordinate bodies have the advice of mem- bers of superior authorities, who are also able to plead the former's claims before the latter whenever occasion arises. La Grippa.—A great deal of illness pre- vails in the Breezy City at present. Personal.—We are gratified to be able to announce that Mr Bennett, senior, evinces signs of slight improvement in health. Pensioners.—Two local worthies were on Monday added to the list of Old Age Pension- ers by the local committee sitting at New- port, Capt T James, J.P., of Glanteg, being one of the adjudicators. Dinas Hill Diversion.—Reference to this project will be found in another column. Fishguard Castle Estate. Considerable interest is being evinced locally in this under- taking, details of which will be found set forth at some length elsewhere in this issue. Council School.—The piano recently pur- chased for the use of this institution has al- ready been fully paid for.

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