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GROSMONT. I

LLANTILIO-CROSSENNT,

MONMOU PH.

PONTNEWYDD.

I i'OXTYPOOL. I

BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

-THE LIGHTER DIETARY OF THE…

IOxford Local Exams.I

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I Oxford Local Exams. I The Division Lists with the results of the Oxford Local examination were issued on Monday. The plemier position in the first class of the seniors is gained by R. Petrie, Monmouth Grammar School, who for the second year in succession has dis- tinguished himself by coming out first among the senior candidates. This is the first time such an honour has been secured by any caudidate. The details are :-First Class in order of merit. —1st. R. Petrie, who gained distinctions in ■ English Literature (equal 2nd). History aud Geography (equal 12th), Poliiical Economy (3rd), Latin (equal 12th), Greek (equal 5th), French (equal 1st), and Mathematics (equal 4th) Petrie is awarded the 930 offered by the delegates to the boy who heads the list. Amongst the junior candidates who obtained honours are :—First class, in order of merit (151 cati,iidates),-20th. bracketed equal with five other candidates, G. W. Priestley, West Monmouthshire Scit ol 84th, bracketed equal with sixteen other <M didates, R. E. M. Haines, Monmouth G.S.; TITIrd class, A. C. Hiley, Monmouth G.S.; n. W. Croot, West MoHmouthshire School.

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