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New Pensions & Allowances.


Cefn-Coed Soldier. I

Presteign School Cases. I


Presteign School Cases. WENT u TO THE PICTURES. U'n- I ?- At I'resteign pewy sessions, ueiore 1\'U nravmore Green-Price (chairman), Hon. F. Clegg Hill, Mr J. H. Wale, and Mr O. Preece, Henry Booth, Harper Street, Presteign, was summoned for not sending his child Fanny, to school. Mr Price, schoo) attendance officer, stated that al- though the school had been opened 113 times, the child had not made a single attendance. The parents had stated that she was ill and therefore unable to attend, but he produced a certificate from Dr. Lower, dated the 6th February, stating that although he had at- tended the child for influenza, she was then able to at- tend school. An order for attendance was made and the defendant fined in costs 2/6. John Burgess, Harper Street, Presteign, was sum- moned for not sending Selina Burgess, aged 11 years to school. Irs Burgess said the child had been suffering from an affection of the skin and had not been fit to attend I school. The Attendance Officer stated that out of 126 times on which the school had tteen opened the child had not attended once. The Attendance Officer: She goes to the pictures every week! Mrs Burgess: If she does, she does not cost you anything. the Attendant e Officer: If she, goes to the pictures die is well enough to go to school. An order was made for attendance without costs.


Talgarth Man's Death. I

WANTED. i i _____

B. and M.-I

.Taking the Last Man.* 1

Indigestion and Dyspepsia.…

Distressing Story.I