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KING EDWARD NO PARTY POLITICIAN.

THE BUDGET.

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I GERMAN AGRICULTURISTS.

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I THE NEW RIFLE.

IHEADMASTERS' INFLUENCE.

Monmouthshire Education Committee.

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Monmouthshire Education Committee. At the monthly meeting held at Newport, on Tuesday, Alderman J. R. Jacob (chairman), pre- siding, a discussion arose as to those non-provided schools at which the necessary repairs had not been carried out, although the six months' notice given to the managers to comply with the architects' demands expired on the 26th nit. It was stated that in many cases little or no dis- position was shown to carry out the repairs, and a proposition was moved by Mr Price that the case of each individual school should be referred to the committee and not left to the chairman and vice- chairman. Mr T. Dutfield said the summer holidays afforded the best opportunity for carrying out repairs. The Chairman thought that, as the six months had expired, there should be no more maintenance money given. Alderman Grove deprecated the taking of any drastic step. The motion was adopted. The Secretary read a letter from the Board of Education notifying the Board's intention to remove Courtybella Non-Provided School, Argoed, from the list of grants on the ground that it was insufficient, and requiring to be informed what the committee proposed to do in the matter.—The Secretary said that the school was inefficient all round.—It was decided thit steps should be taken to close the school by the sites and buildings committee. From correspondence regarding Mitchel Troy School, already reported closed on insanitary grounds by order of the Monmouth Rural District Council, it appeared that an effort was being made in the district to re-open the school on non- provided lines. The Hon J. M. Rolls said that the sanitary defects had been remedied, and that funds would be provided in the district to carry on the school. The sub-committee was directed to visit and report.

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South Monmouthshire.I

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IMONMOUTH.I

Football.

The Public Tribute to Lord…

I Lord Tredegar at Risea.

KAGLAN.

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The lilval Fleets.

France and Morocco.

A Horrible Discovery. - -

The Scotch Church Crisis.…

The Weather.

Shipping Disasters.

- fialham Libel Action.

I NEWPORT.I

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IPONTYPOOL.

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ABERSYCHAN MYSTERY.