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SOUTH WALES MINERS.I

THE WORK OF THE TEACHER.

THE PHILIPPINES.

LATE MRS. CHARLES MATHEWS.¡

FOR LIVERPOOL CWSUMPTIYES.

THE SUGAR BOUNTIES.

TENNYSON MEMORIAL

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ACCIDENT TO A JUDGE.

HEROIC RESCUE,

CONGO TROOPS DEFEATED.

NEW ADMIRALS

.A STRANGE SIGHT.

EXECUTION AT KILKENNY.

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SIR JOHN GORST AT BRADFORD.:

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SIR JOHN GORST AT BRADFORD. Sir John Gorst, speaking at Bradford on Wednes- day night on the subject of education, said the chaos in education was only an instance of the chaos exist- ing in local government generally. It arose from the incapacity of modern Governments and Parlia- ments to frame satisfactory schemes of domestic administration, and from a rooted distrust of local government which largely obtained among the governing classes. He discussed the effect of the existing system of administration on two classes of children-the derelict million who ought to be in the schools and were not. and the picked children selected for higher education. The pauper and criminal classes were largely recruited from the former, and to deal with it there was needed a strong central department and strong local authori- ties in co-operation. He contended that for the purpose of secondary education town and county councils were more suitable authorities than School Boards, but anticipated that Parliament would pro- bably wait till the local authorities themselves had come to some agreement on that point, and would then give effect to it.

RUSKIN HALL AT OXFORD.j

REFUSED A KISS.

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