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A SHIRKED CHALLENGE. I I

- - - - - THE VEXED QUESTION…

ICOAL AND IRONY.

THE WELSH NATIONAL I LIBRARY.-f

*- *— THE PONTARDAWE STRIKE

IWELSH IN SCHOOLS___I

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I WELSH IN SCHOOLS I I SWANSEA TWN COUNCIL'S VIEW I OF COMPULSORY PLAN. I Tho Swansea. Town Council on Wad- nesday negatived the recommendation of the Education Committee which provided I for compulsory teaching of Welsh in el-e- mentary schela in Welsh districts, and ( appointed a committee to consider var- ioiia proposals so that a workable scheme may be drafted. The opirâon was gerueraJly expressed that the parents should have the benefit of a soncsielioe clause, though the ueacii- ing of Welsh was advisable in essentially Welsh districts where Welsh was spok-,a in the homes.. It was stated that there was a larger proportion of s'ammerers in Walec, tiiitr. in any other '.oimtry, and thi-a was at- tributed to bilingual teaching, it was also stated that VVelfih was not easily ac- quired by English children brought up iu I English homes.

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PONTARDAWE COUNCIL

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A NEW HOSPITAL.I

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I SWALLOWED A PENKNIFE. I