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THE BABY BARBER.

DRESSING FOR BOOTS.

POT POURRI.

"HOW TO BE B FAiu rifu L.

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A CURIOUS DISCOVERY IN THE…

A CURE FOR HYDROPHOBIA.

ELASTIC SHOES FOR HORSES.

ANIMALS AND MUSIC.

GRAND EISTEDDFOD AT LLANDILO.

LAMPETER.

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LAMPETER. THE COLLEGE SCHOOL.—Mr Llewelyn Bankes-, Price, B.A., has been appointed science master of the above school in succession to Mr Alfred Thomas, B.A., who is preparing for Holy Orders. Mr Price is a late scholar of Jesus College, Oxford, where he took his degree last month with honours in science- THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL.—The result of the examinations recently conducted at the above school by the Department of Science and Art, South Kensington, are highly encouraging, and reflect great credit on both master and pupils, and augur well for the future. Mr D. O. Sydney Davies, 1st B.Sc., late Senior Scholar of the University College of Wales, Aberystwith, and Bangor, last year, while at the Llanybyther Grammar School, got eight first and seven second classes in mathematics out of the fifteen candi- dates sent in. This year's result records three first and six second classes out of the twelve who sat at the examination. TOWN COUNCIL.—A meeting of the Council was held on Saturday last, when there were pre- sent-Alderman Thos. Lloyd (presiding), Alder- men J. W. Evans, David Lloyd Councillors Thomas Owen, Timothy L. Davies, Morgan Jones, and T. H. R. Hughes. -Alderman J. W. Evans gave notice that at the next meeting of the Council he would move that some definite rule be adopted as to the entry on the minutes of divisions on motions.—Alderman T. Lloyd, on behalf of the main roads committee reported that they had agreed to adjourn the matter to see what other Boards would do, and that the motion of Councillor Roderick Evans should be adjourned to the next meeting.—The collector submitted a list of arrears of rates due, and he was instructed to enforce payment of same.—A letter was read from Mr J. C. Harford, the mayor, appointing the manager of the National Provincial Bank as his auditor, and the Clerk was directed to inform Mr Harford that only a member of the Town Council could be appointed as his auditor.—It was resolved, on the motion of Councillor Thomos Owen, that the accounts of the borough be printed every year after each audit.—Alderman David Lloyd proposed that the draft bye-laws be considered at the next meeting of the Council.—The motion of Alderman T. Edmunds, that the fire brigade be supplied with lamps, was adjourned to the next meeting.-The report of Mr Thomas Moore, the sanitary inspector, was read, and directions given thereon. SCHOOL BOARD. —A meeting of this Board was held on Tuesday last, at the Clerk's Office, there being present Rev Daniel Jones (chairman), Mr John Fowden, and Mr John Morris.—It was unanimously resolved that the salary of the schoolmaster (Mr Oliver Evans) should be JB40 fixed, with half the Government grant received for the previous year, and half the school pence for the current year.—It was resolved that Master Alfred J. Bevan be appointed monitor for St. Peter's School at a salary of 2s 6d per week, and Miss Mary Rees be appointed monitor for the infant school at the same salary, and each subject to a month's notice.—It was also resolved that all the cleaning and other necessary repairs to the schools and buildings be at once proceeded with.

THE NAVAL REVIEW.

LLANDAFF CATHEDRAL SCHOOL.

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