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| money and relieved the rates. Children attend- ing the Trefriw Sdhool came from a lar^e dis- tanoe, amd from more inaooeasible placee than any other sohool in the oounty of Carnarvon. An intersting programme of vocal and instru- mental music was contributed, amd an excellent pai foriTiti-noo of a faa-cical sketdh by the boys and girls ant.itsed "Th.e Pen^ocuted Policeman." Mr R. Roberts (headmaster) and Miss Bessie Ro- berts played the aooomjiamments- The prizes were d^sLr i bufcod as f olio wis :—Sew- mg prizes given and presented by Mrs Marsh— Standard VII.. Mary Efon lioberts; St. VI., Mabel Read; St. V-. Gertrude Daviea; St. IV.. Mary Davies and Elizabcit.ii Jones, equall; St. Ill., Florence Shaw; St. II., Lizzie Jones; St, L. Blodwein flughla, The folio wing received Captain Kitohen's prizes for proficiency in Eng- lish from the hands o the Rev. E. Da.vies:- Standard Ex-VII.. Jamee Evanø. St. VII.: 1. E. G. Willets; 2, Jane E. Jonea; 3 Catherine W, Roberts- St, VI. 1, Albert E. Shaw; 2. An- rue E, Hughes; 3. Minnie Thomas. St. V. 1. j Wilhe Jones; 2. Jennie Evans; 3, Enid A• oU)T*e8* IV. i h Catherine J. Williams; 2. Lizzie Jones; 3. Mary Davies. St- III: 1. Florence G- Shaw; 2, Lilian M. Hughes; 3, Ed. B. Thomas; 4. Cecil Hugfhes- St. II.: 1, Gladys Hughes; 2. Kate A. 3. J. Eiaza- j beth Jouee; 4. Robt- WiUian^- St. I.: 1, Thr« J, Evans; 2. Leslie Gregory; 3. Maggie Evams. Attendance prizes presented by the Rev. J. Gower: First Ula193-The following made 100 per oent- of attendaooes and received prizes: — Edmund G. Witiets, Jane E Jones, Robt. D. j Hughes, Thcs. 0. Davies. Edward p. Thomas, Kpte A. Jonm, Lizzio D. Hughes, and Esther E, Ithomas- The following, who reside H miles or more from the school made 98 par oent-, and were awarxfed firyst clacs prizes —Mary Davies. Olvren Roberts. Ediith Eva-na, amd Mary Janes. Second olasa prizes for ahildren making 99 par oent. of attendances:—James Evans. Jane E, Jones, Lizzie Pierce. Catherine W. Roberts, Juno- W. Hughes, Lizzie Jonos, Lewis Evans. A-i,o Pierce, Mary Hughes. Gertie Davies. Griffith Thomas. Wm. N, Pritcl-ard Dora. Jones. Kenneth Roberts, and J. R. PTi: h-and. ihe foHowuiig five pupils who reside H miles or more from t.he school received socoikI class w-vr51 v! Davie; Wm, D. Hughes. Cassie Williams. Catherine J. Wiiliams, and Evan J. Hugfoos- Amongst tiho list of ihoea vilho have made an lanbroken atlerKlan.re is Lizzie Diana llv&h&s, wno last vmr wias presented bv the County Authority v/iOh a m«da! umd' if attends full next j'taiir she will fce entit-Led to a watch- A medal was also presented to Robt., D. Aifu for three yeans' unhrokan attendance. At the ocwclusioin a liearty vote cf thanks vras aoootrded all who had taken part, on tthe propo- sition « Mr R. 10. Thomas- A warm weleolr^ wae; exuded to Mm Gower, who was received with loud ohe^sns. Owing to iiiiicas, Mrs Ookleaton who takes prJ^b ln ''3''n3^ m tfce 3abo,oJ' W36 to be