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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…

',"'•TttEFEGLWYS.

HRA y ADR,

MACHYNLLETH.

LLANWYDDELAN.

LLANDINAM.

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MIDDLETOWN.

BISHOPS' CASTLE.

i LLAFAIR-CAEHEINION.

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LLAFAIR-CAEHEINION. SCHOOL BOAR D,-WKDNESDAT. Members present: Rev. John Evans, chairman; Messrs. C. W. Humphreys, vice-chairman; Nathaniel D. T. Watkias, Altred Davies, and W. Story, clerk, SCHOOL REPORTS. The Clerk read M.M. Inspector's reports on the Llanfair and Rbiwhir^aeth -chools, which were con- sidered sa icfactory by the Board, the higher grant having being earned at both schools. Toial grants earned at Llanfair was CI47 h. 0d Ehiwhiriaeth ,£;;9 19. Od X97 was a so allowed as f^e-grant on account of the two schools. A lengthy ciscussijn took place in the portion cf the report U11 t! e Llanfair School having reference to the deficient infant accommodation. H.M. Inspector lecommenda that the present infants' room should be used as a ciass-room for the older children, and that a new ilfaint room be built on a site as near the present school as practicable. -T lie Chairman proposed and Mr Alfred Davies seconded, that application be made to the Managers of the National School to place their school under tho Boa:d, and to use as aj infant school. This )e-olution was agreed to. SCHOOL FUllNITU KiS. It was agreed to carry out the nstiuctions of H.M. Iaspec:or forthwith, with regard to certain furniture specified in the report. MONITORS. Willie Davies, Hassell-sqaare and Maggie Ann Ashley, Tyullwyn were appointed monitors for the Llanfair school. BILLS. Orders were made for the payment of several bills,

CORRESPONDENCE.

THE GOVERNMENT DEFEATED.

WELSHPOOL WATER SUPPLY.

THE FOOTBALL SEASON.

THE CHOLERA.