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-j V • LLA, LOES. SUNDAY SCHOOLS DISTRICT MEETING.—Tbe bi-monthly meeting of the Calvinistic Methodist Sun- day Schools in the Llanidloes district was held at Neuadd Cbapel on Sunday week. The adults and junior classes were examined at the morning and afternoon meetings in Acts of the Apostle and The Mother's Gift, by the Rev. David Jones, Trefeglwys. The answering.was very good, and evidenced con- siderable preparation. At the close of the morning service a meeting of the delegates from the several schools was held, at which the bi-monthly returns were reoeived and read out, showing that the schools were in a flourishing state. Other subjects of a con- nectional interest were discussed, and it was deoided to hold the next meeting at the Bethel Street Chapel in two months hence. In the evening a powerful sermon was preached by the Rev D. Jones. The at- tendance throughout the day was very good. MARRIAGE.—At the Parish Church,on Wednesday, the marriage of Mr David Jones, assistant master ot Glandwr Board Schools, to Miss Marie Jane Roberts, eldest daughter of Mr George Roberts, of the Unieorn Hotel, took place. The ceremony was performed by the Vicar, the Rev E. O. Jones, M.A., assisted by the Bev W. D. Roberts, curate. The bride looked very pretty attired in a smart gown of silver grey cash- mere, trimmed with old Brussels lace, with white hat and feathers to match, and entered the church leading upon the arm of her father, by whom she was given away. She was attended by Miss Annie Jones (sister of the bridegroom), and Miss S. E. Roberts (sister of the bride.) Mr Christmas Roberts acted as best man. The Vicar and curate presided at the breakfast, which was afterwards hold at the Unicorn Hotel. Later in the day the happy couple left for Festiniog, where the honeymoon will be spent, their departure being noted by a fusilade of fog signals. THE CO-OPERATIVE SOCLINTY.-The monthly meeting of this society was held at the registered office of the society in Hafren Street, on Saturday week. The chair was occupied by Mr John Morgan, (President) and there was a fair attendance of members. The only business of interest, was the nominations of persons, for the vacancies occurring on the committee of management, at the close of the present month. The quarterly meeting is to be held the first Saturday in October. SCHOOL BOARD—WEDNESDAY. Present: Captain Humphreys in the chair, Messrs Daniel Davies, D. Lloyd, Thos. Ashton, W. George, Edward Bowen, and John Davies (clerk). IMPROVEMENTS.—The Clerk said that in August H.M. Inspector recommended certain improvements in the Glandwr School-that the erection of a parti- tion separating the hat pegs and cloak room from the school, the erection of a partition uivioiiigtbe sonool into two parts as it was under the management oi two masters, and these recommendatiuns had been re- ferred to the Glandwr School Com mitt, e. The result was that Mr Grani was instructed to examine tie alterations and draw out plans and specifications.- Tne Chairman remarked that it was rather uuueual that the Committee should take action before the meeting oi the Board.—Mr Bowen said the Commit- tee had taken action so as to nave I h alterations completed before the reassembling of the schools.— Mr D. Davies deemed it inadviseable to precipitate themselves into considerable expenditure before the Board had given the matter serious consideration.— Mr Bowen said that the Inspector had recommended ,he alterations, and it they were not carried out ttiey would probabiy lose a good part of their grants.— Air David Lloyd said they were a set of practical men, and had done the best thing in adopting the recommendation, and be proposed the adoption of 6ijoir report.—Mr Bowen seconded it, and it was liarned.— lhe tenders of Mr Juhn Mills of £ 28 10s 0d tor alterations, and Mr Marpole of Y,20 3s Od for paii ting the schools, were accepted. DRAWING.—The Clerk reported that the drawing examination of the schools h id tuken place, and the Glandwr School had received the mark of excellen and bad gained highest grant viz 2-i per head ou 103 boys amounting to £ 10 6s 01; Mauledd School was marked good, and had gained a gr,. nt of Is 6 J per head on 24, amounting to .£1 J6:\ Od O.d Halt School was also marked good, and had gained a frant of Is 6d p"r head on 12, amounting to lSd. L'he total amount we-4 X15 Us. Od, UESIG NATION s. -Tti a Cieik reported that Mr Llewelyn Mills had rent in bis resignation as assistant master to the Glandwr Sohool Committee, and Miss Howrll had also given a mouth's notice.