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INDUSTRIES OF BRECON AND RADNOR. EXAMINER'S COMMENTS. Highly Commended. I 9th, Miss Gertie Bamford, Ffynnon-gynydd School, Glasbur.v-on-Wye.—Intelligence, 66 out of 70; writing, 6 out of 10: spelling, 8 cut of 10; and English, 5 out of 10; total, 1\5 out of 100. Writing needs considerable at- tention, and so (loc-, English. Intelligence reached a very high standard, and was most comprehensive in treatment. The word, "timber-felling," was not written correctly. 10th, Lena Jones, Council School, Liannllo.- Spelling, 8: writing, 7: intelligence. 61: English, 8: to- tal, 84. Woollen was written wrongly, and thus Lena. lost 2 marks. Writing was good, and intelligence, well above the average. English w; very good. 11th, Miss Phyllis Hinksman, Ftynnon-eynydd" School. Glasbury-on-Wyc.—Writing, 7; English, 5; spelling, 8; intelligence. Chi: total, 8;i. There was one .spelling error, "timber-felling." English was. only of average merit. Phyllis indulged in too frequently repeated phra.sps and words, and was not too careful iu the construction of lnr sentences. Writing was good, and intelligence very good. 12th, Master Frank Leslie Davies, Fairfield, Park Road, Builth Welk-Writing, 7: spelling, 6: English, 8: ar.d intelligence. CO; total. 81. The words, "coun- ties," "especially" and "woollens." were wrongly writ- ten. and Frank thus Ic,t 4 marks for spelling. His writ- ing was good and English, very good. Intelligence was of more than average merit, but his treatment or know- ledge of the counties' industries wa too limited. lth, Master S. I.ane. Fynnon-gynydd School. Glas- bur.v-on-Wye.—Intelligence, 64: English, 5; spelling, 6; writing, 5; total, 80. Spelling was. weak, three words being written wrongly, viz., anthracite, government and Penwyllt. Intelligence was very good, and writing, of average merit. English need* careful attention. es- pecially in detail, punctuation, .sentence-forming, &c.

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