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CAMBRIAN GOSSIP.

THE WELSH UNIVERSITY.

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THE WELSH UNIVERSITY. THE REPRESENTATION OF ELE- MENTARY AND INTERMEDIATE TEACHERS ON THE UNIVERSITY COURT. THE election has just taken place under the written instructions of the Lord President of the Council in accordance with the sta tutes. The lists of the schools were obtained from the Education Department, London. The number of the retiring candidates was three. The number of voting papers issued was 1,889. The number of persons voted for was 63. Not a single vote was spoiled I The successful candidates are :—Mr Thomas Roberts, headmaster of the Brynhyfryd Board School, Swansea, 153 votes; Miss Annie Rule, headmistress of the Radnor road Board School, Cardiff, 140 votes, and Miss Hannah Williams, headmistress of the Albany Road Board School, Cardiff, 124 votes. Mr Councillor Burnell, of Criccieth, received 107 votes, and Mr. Tom John, of Llwynypia (one of the retiring candidates), received 95 votes. Of the three retiring candidates Miss Annie Rule is the only one returned in this election. The number of Intermediate Schools opened in Wales and Monmouthshire up to the present date is 81. The number of per- sons voted for in the election which has just taken place was 34. The successful candidates are:—Mr. William Lewis, B.A., Headmaster of the Intermediate School, Llanelly, Carmarthenshire, 14 votes; Mr. H. H Naylor, M. A., Headmaster of the In- termediate School, Machynlleth, Montgom- eryshire, 13 votes, aLd Miss Catherine Da- vies, head mistress of the Intermediate School, Llanelly, Carmarthenshire, 7 votes. There were no spoiled voting papers. Not one of the three retiring candidates was re- turned in the present election.

POACHING AFFRAY NEAR TOWYN.

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