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I A SECOND OFFENCE. I

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Family Notices

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I- Our Peace C&idbraiions…

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PEACE PREMIUMS AT THE LADtES'…

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Teachers and Inspector. o I PRESENTATION TO MR J. B., j WILLIAMS. Lakefield School was V-s-i night the scene of a very intercsthjg presentation, 111'. J. B. Williams,Queen Victoria Road, ( who rc-cently retired from his- position as Inspector of Schools, being he recipient of a handsome leather dressing case suit- ably inscribed. The gift V.S presented by the teachers of Llanelly ;md District as a token of the regard ;•< which they held Mr. Williams. There was a very representative gathering of l-eaohers. Mr. Beyno, Dock SchcA ], T,dlO presided referred in glowing terms, to Mr. Wil- liams, and the popularity he enjoyed. The gift was handed or*: on behalf of the su bscribers by Miss Davies, Lake- field School who referred tc "the ever- ready help. guidance and sympathy" which Mr. W illianis had always extended to the teachers. Mr. Griffith Hopkins, Lakefield School. said that having known 1b. Williams many years, he had found hfm a man who j never intruded his opinion en anyone else j but always listened with the greatest at- tention and consideration to the views of others. He was a man who would do one j kindness and think no rr.vi e about it. Speeches were also made by Mr. D. O. Jones, Carway; Mr. W. D. Smith (Heol- iawr) Mr. R. J. Edmund", (Old Road); Mr. E. E. Bailey (Park Street); Mr. W. J. Price (Felinfoel); and Mr. Willis (Na- J tional) all of whom referred to Mr. Wil- liaras in the most laudatory terms. Mr. Williams in his reply 'aid that he was almost carried a Way by the glowing c,-nit]-c,t,s of A-bieli He assured all present that the happy re- collections of school life would go to brighten his days of retirer: ent and added that he had always tried to be, to the teachers, a. guide, philosopher and friend. In his opinion, the most im- nortant duty cf schools was the develop- n;cnt of child nature. A teacher in a reunty school, for instance, could impart much more of his personally to the chil- d.'?n than a teacher in a ?'v? schcol, as  the classes t? lar":e number of pupils in the classes ? d the latter schools mHk jndividnat at- ¡ tention almost impossible. In concluding Mr. "Williams thanked sJ! the teachers for their great kindness. During the evening a musical pro- gramme was gone through, the vocalists including Madam Edgar Thomas, Llwyn- bendy; Mr. Grififth Willi-uris, Carway; i Mins Maggie Williams, eld pupil of Lakefield School; Mr. David Brazoll. I A.H.A.M.; and Miss Anito Edwards. i

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LLANELLY SOlDI C"itS DEATH.____I

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