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IIGELUGAER SCHOOL IGOVERNORS.

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II GELUGAER SCHOOL I GOVERNORS. Mr J. D. Thomas, J. P., presided at the meeting of the GeHigaer Governors at Heugoed, on Tuesday, when be re- ferred t.o the death of Mrs Jones at the Hengoed H ^stel, with whose sad demise the mem bers were no t!ou bt fuily aware. Mrs Jones had b; en a most capable teacher at the Hengoed Schools for about 10 years, and was about to reaign now to join her has. bandin South Africa. Unfortunately, she has been called to a higher sphere. -Alderman John Edwards, J.P., in supporting the motion, said it was a really sad case. It had been his good fortune to have met Mrs Jones on a few occasions, ard be greatly admirld her.- Miss Jam^a, the headmistress, explained that Mrs Jones was taken ill during the school hoars and con- veyed to the hostel, and medical assistance called for immediately, bat the hemorrhage did not cease and death took place that night.—The vote was earned in silence. The question of the exchange of pupils from one school to another was a^ain referred to. The Maesteg Governors wrote that they had for some time endeavoured to get the principle of exchange made throughout the county, and they asked the Gelli- gaer Governors to take up the matter. —Id reference to the taking over of a pupil from Breconahire, whose parents had come to reside in the Gelligaer area, it was reported that this matter would now adjust itself, a¡:¡ the parents of a pupil, now residing at Deri, were about to remove to Talybont, and asked for the transfer of the pupil to the Breoon County School.-The Chairman said that by this transfer the matter would adjust itself.—In reference to the Glamorgan county exchanges, the Chairman said that a scheme on the lines suggested by Maasteg was now under consideration Alderman W. Williams said that "tome vowy- uzoomplimentery-remaiks were made at the county meeting to the effect that itbare were more delays to gain admission to the Hengoed school than any other in the county. -Miss James: That is because we are so full. She explained that admissions were made in strict order of application. It was reported that the next term would commence 14th January. ————

GRATITUDE WEEK.I

A WORD in Limin,I

IWONDERS OF WASTE.

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