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NATIONAL UNION OF TEACHERS. Q The ordinary meeting of the Anglesea Local Association of the National Union of Teachers was held on Saturday afternoon, at the Menai Bridge Board School. There was a full attendance of members. In the absence of Mr. R. Davies (Llangefni), the president, Mr. J. O. Jones (Llanfaelog Na- tion il School), the vice-president, took the chair. Miss M. Jones (Holyhead) and the secretary, Mr. D. Pryse Jones, were ap pointed representatives on the North Wales District Union. Last year's committee of the local association was re-elected. The secretary read the correspondence which had passed between him and the clerk to the technical education committee of the Anglesea County Council in connection with the motion passed at the last teachers' meeting, urging upon the Council to estab- lish classes for technical instruction in the county, and which had been ignored by the committee. It was pointed out that the Council had a balance of over i/700 in their favour in the technical instruction account, and several teachers were of the opinion that a portion of this sum should be expen- ded in establishing and organising classes in Anglesea on the same lines as other counties. It was resolved to nominate Mr, O. Roberts (Holyhead), for the vice-pre3i: dency of the North Wales District Union next year. Mr. H. A. Tilby (Rhyl), the North Wales candidate for the N.U.T. exe- cutive, was present, and delivered an ad- dress. A committee, consisting of the se- cretary and the teachers of the Llangefni district, was appointed to deal with the technical instruction question. It was de- cided to hold the next meeting at Beau- maris in June.

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