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PONTYPOOL. j Agents—Mr, J. Harding, Market Bookstall, and Messrs Jones and Edwards LOCAL WILL.-The will of the late Edward James Phillips, Esq., J.P., of The Woodlands, Pontypool, who died on February 13th last, has been proved in the principal registry by Miss Mary G. Phillips. Mrs Henrietta L. Corbett, and Mr Edward W. Phillips, the daughters and son respectively, who are also the exeoutresses and executor. The gross value of the estate is X51,108 6s. 4d.. and the net value of the personal estate X2,554 6s. 4d. TltEVETIIIN SCHOOL BOARD.—A meeting of this Board was held at the Town Hall. Pontypool, when there were pree-ent:Ali,. J. Daniel (chairman), ,Eev. P. A. Degan, Messrs. W. C. Watkins, A. JameB, George Jenkins, E. Jones, and W. H. V. Bythway (clerk).—The minutes of a special meeting of the Board showed that it was provisionally resolved that a new mixed school, to accommodate 400 children, and an infant department to accommo- date 300 children, be erected at the upper part of Pontnewynydd, that the Cwmffrwloer infant school be converted into a pupil teachers' and cookery centre, and that a new infant school and all additional classroom be erected uaar the present Cwniffrwdoer mixed school. The Clerk was instructed to write to Mr. A. A. Williams and the Ebbw Yale Company respecting sites.—After a long discussion, the chair- I man, vice-chairman, Mr. E. Jones, and Mr. Jenkins were appointed a committee to try and make arrangements with the managers for a new leace of Snatchwood schools for 42 years, and also to see the Inspector on the subject.-the clerk reported that owing to an epidemic ot measles, &c., all the schools with the exception of those of Garndiffaith, Varteg, and Abersychan had been closed. It was decided to close all the schools for the summer holidays at once, and re-open on the 17th Aujjust.—The clerk said that a labour certificate examination would be held at the George Street Board Schools on the 14th July at 9.30 a.m.

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