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COUNTY SCHOOL GOVERNORS.

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COUNTY SCHOOL GOVERNORS. A meeting of the Governors was held on Satur- day at the school buildings. There were present Rev Robert Jones, Gwynfa Messrs J. Maethlon James, H. Jones, Macsvpandy John Evans, Dolau- gwyn; H. W. Griffiths, Rev E. Jones, H. Haydn Jones, R. Price Morgan, W. Jones, Aberdovey, Meyrick Roberts, Mrs Dr Rowlands, Mrs Roberts, Bryncrug, Griffith Davies, Rev H. Williams, Thos. Jones (headmaster), and E. J. Evans (clerk). -The first business was the election of chairman for the onsning year, and Mr J. M. James proposed the re- election of Mr H. Haydn Jones. Mr Jones Was reluctant to accept the office, but eventually acceded to the unanimous request of the meeting. -It was decided that Messrs R. Bowen, station- master, and H. Thomas, Calyllyn Railway, be asked to audit, the accounts for the last school year.-It was decided that the school should break up for the Easter holidays from the 26th March to 22nd April, the Headmaster remarking that they were trying to arrange the following term so that it should include 15 weeks.—The balance sheet of the prize distribution meeting was presented by the Clerk, showing a net balance of £8 4s 10d, which was considered highly satisfactory, and the Clerk was thanked for his services.—The Chairman read a letter from the County Governing Body, who drew attention to the P,50 grant towards technical work, which would be allocated to the five inter- mediate schools in the county. The list of subjects was mentioned.—The Chairman remarked that he thought the be t thing they could do with it would be to get Mr Pickard, Aberystwyth, to deliver a course of lectures on horticulture, which would be a very interesting subject to the majority of people. —The Headmaster stated that he had written to Mr Pickard. who furnished a date when he would be able to visit Towyn.—Mr W. Jones said that at Aberdovey the lectures were very highly appreci- ated by the inhabitants.-It was finally decided to ask the Headmaster to write to Mr Pickard to make Arrangements, and Mrs Dr Rowlands and Mrs Roberts were appointed to see that the venture proved a success financially.—A letter was read from Miss Winifred Conn, expressing thanks for the lkndel scholarship which bad been awarded ber.-The question of further accommodation re- quired at the school was adjourned to a future meeting. ♦

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