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. TOWYN AND PENNAL SCHOOL

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TOWYN AND PENNAL SCHOOL BOARD.—TUESDAY. Present: Rev R Jones, chairman, presiding, Mr E Rowlands, Pennal, vice-chairman; Rev R Davies, Mr W Jones and Mr Henry Evans, with Mr Ernest Richards (acting clerk), and Mr John Owen (school attendanse officer). ATTENDANCE. The report of the School Attendance Officer showed that the attendance of children at the schools had been interfered with on account of prevailing illness, otherwise the attendance waS satisfactory. TOWYN BOARD SCHOOL AND THE NECESSARY ALTERATIONS. The next matter was to consider the terms upon which Mr J Corbett was prepared to sell a site for an infants' school at Towyn. It was explained that Mr Corbett was prepared to sell a quarter of an acre of land close to the present Board School buildings for £30 10s.—The Board decided after some discussion to accept this offer.—Mrs Daniel, Brynhyfryd, declined to sell land. SETTLED. In view of the above decision it was considered unnecessary to consider the sanction of the Education Department to the proposed tem- porary arrangements at the Towyn School and to give instructions for the construction of a tem- porary cloakroom. It was decided to proceed at once with the construction of the new infants' school.—The Clerk was instructed to advertise for the best design of an infants' school to accommodate 120 children, cost not to exceed £ 500. The priz offered for the best design is C3 3s. PLAYGROUND Ar BKYNCRUG. It was reported that the Urban Council had come to terms with Mr Wynne as to the land at Bryn- crug, the price decided upon being £S. The Urban Council wore prepared to sell the land to the School Board for the same price.-It was decided to purchase it if it met with the approval of the Towyn members who are to inspect the place-the Hev It Jones, the Rev R Davies and Mr Henry Evans. ABKRDOVKY BOARD SCHOOL. The phins of the proposed addition to the Aber- dovey Board School were returned by the Local Government Board with three slight alterations.- The Clerk was instructed to have the necessary matters attended to by the architect, Mr J T BaspeLr., and to return them to the Local Govern- ment Board for their approval. PUMP AT PENNAL. After some discussion in regard to the construc- tion of a pump at Pennal, towards which the Board was expected to pay one-third, it was decided to adjourn the matter for a month.

6----A PAIR OF LIARS.

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