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diate need for providing a fair-sized plot I of land for the purpose. He trusted that the Governors would take some steps for the securing of such a, spot 60 that it could be got ready for early UEe. The syllabus of this, 8cieIH.e ()OI1 !'1:e was so arranged that after two years those pupils who did not desire to proceed further with the study of agriculture could branch off to the study of pure science as at present with no disad- vantage. For carrying on the more ad- vanced work in practical agriculture, and the allied theory work. he thought, they could fairly ask the" help of the Agricul- tural Committee cf the country. Thia could very well be given either by extra grants or the promotion of agriculture) teaching or by the a-ppointment of a tra- velling teacher to serve this as well as other schools. It was not too soon to ta.ke the matter in hand, so that they could pro- duce a complete acliool for .1 fuil course. This they could not do at present. He felt certain t18.t if they could in some such way meet, the increasing demand for adapt- ing these schools to their environment they could look Forward to the increasing pros- perity of thi. school, and though it was un- likely that the number of pupils attending could ever be very lirge. it was possible to keep the school prosperous and success- ful in meeting the requirements of it.3 dis- trict more widely and more distinctly than ever in the past. He had again to acknqprledge heartily the efficient help given him by the staff and the continued interest, assistance, and cour- tesy extended him by tho Governors and the Clerk. The following is a- list of distinctions and scholaiohiys for 1914:— Scholarships and Exhibitions.—Carmar- thenshire County Exhibition of E25 per annum, Mary Willams; Entrance Scholar- ship of Y,20 per annum at University Col- lege of Wales, Aberystwyth, Mary W illiamn. UniveMt-y of London Matriculation Ex- aniination.-le-t division, Ivor Lawis; 2ml division, Ivor Meurig Jones. CENTRAL WELSH BOARD EXAMINATIONS I Honours Certificate (Y).-I)alydd Araina.i Thomas, English language and literature, Latin, history; Mary Williams, English and literature, Latin, French (with conversa- tional power). Higher Certificate (5).—Mary Ann Evans, English language and literature, French (with conversational power), additioml mathematics; William John James, English language and literature, additional mathe- matics, chemistry; Ivor Lewis, English lan- guage and literature, Latin, French (with conversational power); Mary Olwen Morris, English language and literature, history, Welsh; Wiliiam Andrew Williams, English language and literature, history, Latin, Welsh. Henior Certificate (12).—Eleanor Margaret Evans, Tudor Jonos, Violet Lewie, W'iiliam Clifford Lewis, with distinction in arith- metic, elementary mathematics, chemistry and geography, and with conversational power in French; Vivian Thomas Morgan, Elwyn Austin Victor Peers, with distinc- tion in elementary mathematics, French (with conversational power), and chemistry; May Rees, Sylvanog Boeser, with conversa- tional power in French; David Daniel Thomas, John Thomas, with conversational power in French; David Amman Williams, with distinction in arithmetic and elemen- tary mitheanaticss Hannah Catherine Wil- liams, with distinction in English lan- guage and literature, and conversational power in French. Junior Certificate (25).-Lena Bessie Daniels, with conversational power in French; Edith Blodwen Davies, with con- versational power in French; loan Davies, Morgan llees Davies, with distinction in history, arithmetic, elementary mathe- matics, chemistry, and shorthand; Rachel, Anne Davies, with distinction in arithmetic a.nd cookery; J asper Rees Evans, Dorothv Evelyn Harries, Lily Mwdc Howe lis, with with distinction in arithmetic and drawing-, I and with conversational power in French;! Eilonwy Ida Jones, with distinction ill i drawing and needlework, and conversa- tional power in French; John Cecil Jones, with distinction in arithmetic, shorthand, and con\ereationa-1 power in French; Wil- liam Vernon Janœ, John Lewis, wMh dis- tinction in elementary mathematics, chemistry, drawing, and woodwork; Thomas J oh h I?wis. BM?ie Loyd, with distinction ( in arithmetic and Welsh; Divid John Lloyd, Daniel Morgan Parry, with distinction in arithmetic, shorthand, and. woodwork; Elsie Maria Rees, with distinction in his- tory. arithmetic, Welsh, and needlework; No&ta Emy Thomas, Olwen Thomas. with distinction in history, arith- metic, elementary mathematics, French (with conversational power), and drawing; ftarah Anne Thomas, wiith distinction i> hi?tory, elementary mathematics. French with conversational power), botany ajid needlework; Thomas Thomas, with distinc- tion in arithmetic, elementary mathematics, Welsh, drawing and woodwork; Eugenie i Tugela Williams, with distinction in his- i tory. English language and literature* ari?hm?Mc, ?tementdry mathematics, botany and drawing, and with conversa- tionaJ: power in French; Griffith Myrddin Williams, with conversational power in French; John Wiliams, with distinction in shorthand and drawing. and convei-sational power in French Sarah Bronwen William* I vd.th distinction in history, aritlunetio. hygiene and needlework. i Supplementary Certificates.—Senior: Ivor Meurig Jones (French Zeruiah Maude I Lewi.j Igeograpby); John Rees (physics with distinction); David Gourlay Thomas (latin), Form Prizes.—Form VI. A: (1) Mary Wil- I Mams; (2) Dafydd Arafnah Thomas. Form I VI T, Mary Anr>-° }¡:'vnT'< Mary Olwen Mor- i rig, William Andrew WTilliams. Ivor Lewis (higher and matriculation), Wili'.am John Meurig .JoTJ.r;> (matriculation). Form V.: May Rees, Hannah Catherine Williams, Violet Lewis, Eleanor Margareit fvp, W;Pi<J,m Clifford Lewis. Elwyn Austin Victor Peers, Tudor Jones, David Amman ) Williams. Form IV.: Sarah Anne Thomas, I Eugenie Tugela Williams, Olwen Thomas, 1 ELie Maria Roes, Sarah Bronwen Wi!!iam?, ip.uth B?<'wn D.?v?. David John Lloyd, Morgan ,Fees Dayis, Thomas Thomas, Dan- iel Morgan Parry, Jasper R-ces Evan's. Form III.: Gertrude Evans, Annie Amelia Thomas, KLizabe-t.il Bown, lfar-garet Edwards, Wil. liam Charles David. Cecil Leonard, Tudor Lloyd Morgan, Ivor Wat?em Hrbert Davies, Edgar Thomas. Form 11. A: Catherine ? I'! Thomas. Mary Thomas, PhyIHe Fletcher, Clyn Stephens, Hm'Y Daviea ['Thomas, Glyn Thonuu? Form LL, B. E- beth Hanneh Morgans, Laura Lewis, Annie Olwen Morgan, Pansy Lewis, James Mris Thomas, David John Thomas, Gwilym Rees. Welsh Prize (given by the Ven. Arch- deacon Williams, M.A., Vicar of Llandilo- Fawr).—William Andrew Williams.