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GEORGE WILLIAM,

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GARNDIFFAITH.

BLAENAVON.

CWMBRAN.

LLANTAIINAM.

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LLANTAIINAM. SCHOOL BOARD.—The monthly meeting of the Board was held on Thursday; present—Mr. Knowlea (chairman), Messrs. Jones, Cocker, Bumford, Leadbeter, Place, and Wallace. The minutes of the last meeting were read and passed, and a letter from the Local Go- vernment Board was read on the subject of the charges made by Mr. Roberts, the auditor, for travelling, which they did not consider unreasonable. Letters were then read from the parties invited to send in tenders for the erection of two swings at St. Dial's School, and on the motion of Mr. Jones it was resolved to accept Mr. H. Parfitt's tender, £2 15s, it being considerably under the others. Applications from several persons for the ap- pointment of school attendance officer were oonsidered, and on the motion of Mr. Leadbeter, it waa resolved to appoint Mr. J. Jenkins, at a salary of 20s a month; census of the children to be taken, and the duties to be settled by the Committee of the Board. The engage.. ment of S. E. Jarrats, as monitor, was com firmed, as also payments made to C. Harrington, and a cheque of £20 passed towards current school expenses. Mr. W. D. Evans' acoount, as returning officer at the late tri* ennial election, was considered, and the Board thought it somewhat excessive, the maximum amount allowed by the Education Department being asked for. The Clerk was instructed to make an effef of a smaller amount, and if not accepted to refer the matter to tho Education Department for their decision. Mrs. James, mistress of the infant school, applied for an increase of salary, the consideration of which was adjourned.

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