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BEAUMARIS COUNTY SCHOOL. AT a special meeting of Governors of this school, held at the Town Hall, Beaumaris, on Saturday, Sir Richard Williams Bul- keley, Bart., presiding, Mr. [Joseph Owen, architect and surveyor, Menai Bridge, sub- mitted plans of a new girls' school and boys' class-room. These were adopted with slight alterations, and ordered to be sent to the county Governing Body for transmission to the Charity Commissioners for their appro- val. The Chairman was authorised to instruct Mr. Owen to invite tenders for the work as soon as the plans were finally approved. Mr. William Hughes, The Liver, Castle Street, was appointed custodian of the ques- tion papers for the forthcoming examination, and a vote of thanks was accorded to him for having undertaken the duty and also for ¡ acting as superintendent last year. It was reported that Mr. W. S. Davies, son of Mr. W. E. Davies, formerly manager of the Penmon limestone quarries, a pupil at the school, had passed in the first divi- sion at the recent London University matri- culation examination.

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