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ABERDOVEY. HINTS FOR LADIES.—The de nand for Ladies' Tailor-Made Ulsters, Jackets, Capes and Costumes, have greatly increased during the last three years. This particular Branch of the Trade requires special and very skilful treatment, consequently R. O. Richards have been compelled to employ first-class qualified workmen only, in order to fully carry out the leading London styles in all garments. [Advt. SCHOOL BOAR D.-TuESDAY. The monthly meeting was held at the Literary Institute, Aberdovey, under the presidency of the chairman (Mr E. Rowland), the other members present being the Rev J. O. Thomas, Mr E. L. Row- lands, Dr Grosholz, Mr H. Evans, Rev J. Rowlands, and Mr P. H. Hughes (clerk). ATTENDANCE AT SCHOOL. Mr John Owen, school attendance officer, stated that the number present at the schools during the month were: Towyn Board School, 110; Towyn National School, 58; Aberdovey Board School, 130 National School, 61; Pennal, 103; Bryncrug, 123. It was resolved to take proceedings against all those parents who had received notices to send their children to school unless the attendance is to the satisfaction of the attendance officer, other parents were cautioned, and a report is to be submitted to the next meeting of the parents of all children who do not attend school. VISIT TO ABERDOVEY SCHOOL. The Chairman reporued that some of the mem- bers had visited the Aberdovey school and they were satisfied with everything they had seen. ASSISTANT MISTRESS FOR TOWYN BOARD SCHOOL. The applications of Miss Jennie Jones, Festiniog; Miss Gwen Roberts, c/o Sergeant Hughes, Police Station. Towyn and Miss Roda J. Jones, Ctersws. —It was proposed by the Rev J. O. Thomas, seconded by Mr H. Evans, that Miss Jennie Jones be appointed.—Mr E. L. Rowlands proposed an amendment and was seconded by Dr Grosholz, that Miss Gwen Roberts be appointed.—There voted for the amendment the proposer and seconder, and the Rev J. Rowlands; and .for the original pro- position the mover and seconder, and the chairman, who gave his casting vote in favour of Miss Jennie Jones, who was therefore appointed at a salary of £ 40 a year. NOTICE OF MOTION. The Rev J. O. Thomas gave notice that at the next meeting he would move that a Finance Com- mittee be appointed. EXAMINATION OF P.T'S. It was resolved that the attention of the head- masters of the Towyn, Aberdovey, and Bryncrug Schools be called to the rules requiring the exami- nation of P.T's. every three months, and it was also decided to express their satisfaction to the headmaster of the Pennal School on the result of the pupil teachers examination. GOOD MANNERS. It was resolved that the headmasters be informed that the Board were very anxious that the impor- tance of good manners out of, as well as in, school should be impressed upon the children.

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