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THE BARROW ELECTION.

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C A R M A R T HEN S H I It E JOIN T EDUCATION COMMITTEE. The above committee of the County Council held a meeting yesterday, at the Guildhall, Car- marthen, to receive deputations from different districts, in support of applications for schools underthe Intermediate Act in theirneighbourhood. All the members of the Committee were present, viz. :-illr Glyn Thomas, Llaiigennech (chair- man), Lord Emlyn, Rev. W. Thomas, Whitlaml Messrs J. S. Tregoning, and Gwilym Evans, Llanelly. The Commissioner, the Hon. Mr Bruce, was also present. Deputations were received from Lampeter (the mayor, Alderman T. Lloyd, and Vice-principal Davey, St. David's College) Whitlaml (Dr. Phillips and the 1 levs. Evans Rowlands and Daniel Jones) St. Clears (Messrs John Davies, Bank House, and John Williams, Penlan) and Carmarthen. The latter comprised representatives of several bodies, viz., Mr John Hughes, F.R.C.S. and Mr Lloyd Williams, for the School Board and Grammar School Mr R. M. Thomas, town clerk, Prof. Evans, and Mr W. Morgan Griffiths, for the town's meeting held a short time ago, and Mr Cerridfryn Jones, and Mr Jones, for the Park-y- vel vetand Old College Schools. The meeting after a sitting of 5 hours adjourned to 23rd inst., when they will meet at Llanelly.

LLANDILO CHRONICLE.

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