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WELSH CENTRAL BOARD. APPOINTMENT OF INSPECTOR. A meeting of the Executive Committee of the Welsh CentralBoard was held at Shrews- bury on Friday. The time of the Committee was mainly occupied in considering applica- tions for the post of chief inspector under the Board, of which there were 55. This number was reduced to seven, who will be invited to meet the committee at their next meeting to be held on Thursday, the 18th inst., for the final selection which will be submitted for ratification to a meeting of the full Board. The seven gentlemen selected are Mr. S. T. Huckwell, 18, Dean's Yard, Westminster; Mr. 0. M. Edwards, Oxford Processor Spencer, Bangor; Pro- fessor Powel, Cardiff; Mr. Griffith, School House, Tonbridge; Mr. Owen Owen, The High School, Oswestry and Mr. Roberts, of Bath College, Bath. Amongst other busi- ness it was decided to ask Mr. T. E. Ellis to give evidence before the Departmental Com- mittee now sitting on the subject of the education of pupil teachers in Wales in the intermediate schools. The meeting was pre- sided over by Mr. Hi rriphreys-Owen, M.P., and there was a good attendance. Mr. Owen Owen of Oswesty, has been ap- pointed Inspector.

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