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NEW SWANSEA HEADS." THREE SCHOOLS APPOINT- MENTS. At a meeting of the Swansea Education Staffing Committee on Friday afternoon (Mr. Dd. Matthews presiding) applications were considered for the appointment of a headmaster of the Wa/unwein School, to fill the vacancy caused by the retirement of Mr. J. Williams. Mr. J. Rhys Daivies, headmaster of Mor-1j riston School, was transferred to Waunwen, and the vacancy at Morris ton was filled by the appointment of Mr. Rowland W. Wil- liams of the Municipal Secondary School. It was further decided that Mr. Robert J. Jones, also of the Mimicipal Secondary School, should be appointed to take charge .of the now school at Baptist Well-street, which is expected to be ready in the course of a couple of months. An application was received from the staff of the evening schools for an increase in their remuneration, but the request was declined- A further application froon the certificated teachers for an increase was cansidetred, and it "'11.3 eventually resolved that the consideration of the matter should be referred until the expiration of two years [from the making of the la-st scale, which means that it is deferred until next Septem- ber.

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