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I ST. GEORGE'S.

WHAT WAS EXPECTED!

THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC.

THE GOVERNMENT DEFEATED.

WELSHPOOL WATER SUPPLY.

THE FOOTBALL SEASON.

THE CHOLERA.

ECONOMY, A FINE ART.

N EWTOWN AND:LLANLLWCHAIARN…

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HRA y ADR,

MACHYNLLETH.

LLANWYDDELAN.

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LLANWYDDELAN. SCHOOL BOARD.—The ordinary meeting of the above Board was held at Upper Mill, Llanllugan, on Thursday evening. There were present The Rev W. Benjamin, chairman, Mr Evan Evans, vice-chair- man, Mr Evan Bennett, Mr Evan Watkin, Mr R. Davies, Rev. Cad. Williams, Mr Thos. Getbin, with Mr Evan Morris (clerk), and Mr John Williams (at- tendance officer).-The minutes of the previous Board meeting were confirmed.-The reports of H.M Inspector were carefully considered, which directed the serious attention of the Board to the irregularity of attendance at school by many of the children. The Board resolved itself into committee to consider the best metliods to adopt, not wishing to summons the negligent parents if such action could possibly be avoided.—The application of Mr R. W. Roberts for an advance in his salary was deferred for a month.— A list of requirements for Pantycrai School was granted, together with sewing materials for Cwm School.—H.M. Inspector's report on the Pant-, ci-ai School was as follows :-The scholars in the stan- dards have been fairly instructed in the elementary subjects and in geography. English and needlework will be expected to show an improvement next y ar to secure a grant. Infants, too, will need more at- tention. Special attention is requested to H.M. In- spector's remarks in reference to the improvements of the school premises and the irregularity of the at- tendance.—The Cwm School report was as follows The condition of this school is not quite satisfactory. The attendance is irregular, and the attainments of a large proportion of the scholars are low, especially when their age is considered. The geography was barely passable. The number of specimens of knit- ting was veey small, and the girls were very slow in doing their knitting exercises. Considerable general improvements will be expected in the school mxt year or it will have to be pronounced inefficient.

LLANDINAM.

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MIDDLETOWN.

BISHOPS' CASTLE.

i LLAFAIR-CAEHEINION.

CORRESPONDENCE.

THE GOVERNMENT DEFEATED.

WELSHPOOL WATER SUPPLY.

THE FOOTBALL SEASON.

THE CHOLERA.