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Coun. H. M. Lloyd seconded; Coun. Thomas Williams supported, and it was carried. Aid. T. J. Evans and Councillors H. M. Lloyd, C. Griffiths, and W. Lewis (Penydarren; were appointed representatives of the Council upon the Merthyr and District Workers' Educa- tional Association. It was agreed to close the Advanced Girls' School from Juno 29th to July 2nd, for the examination in connection with the College of Preceptors. Coun. J. Davies (Cyfarthfa) had given notice to move to rescind Clau-e C of the scale of salaries of the late School Board, and to move "that all head teachers in charge of a school where a school house is provided be required to pay the annual value of such school house." Mr. Davies, however, withdrew his notice of motion.—Coun. Lewis (Treharris): You have found it a bit too warm (laughter). Aid. R, Evan-. Councillors Thomas Williams and J. Davies (Dowlais) were elected to attend the conference of the Mining Education Board of South Wales and Monmouthshire on May 28th. their expenses to ba paid according to scale. t A letter from the Board of Education with regard to the defects at the Merthyr Roman Catholic School was referred to the Sites and Buildings Committee. Coun. W. Lewis (Treharris and the .Clerk were authorised to purchase fifty desks, at 17s. 6d. each for Pant School, as the same were urgently iiee,.ied.-Co,in. Dan Thomas said he hoped local firms would he considered. The Clerk reported the dpath of Mr. Enoch WiUiinu, contractor, Dowlais, whcse tender had been accepted at £ 7.797 for the erection of Dowlais Infants' School.—It was agreed, on the motion of Coun. Lewis (Treharri"), that the deceased's sons be asked whether they are pre- pared to proceed with the work, and -if not, that the next highest tender, that of Messrs. Jones "Bros., Treharris, at £ 7.985, be accepted. On th- motion of Mrs. Edmunds, the we of Troedvrhiw Girls' School was granted to the Rev. J. M. Jones for religious services on Sun- days and two evenings a week. 0