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MONMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.

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ABERGA.VENNT. I A,Ients;-Messrs Davies .e Co. Booksellers. I DEATH OF MR JONATHAN FIAIGH.-The death is announced of Mr Jonathan Haigh, Staincliffe, Abergavenny, who for a quarter of a century had been bor-mgh surveyor and inspector of nuisances for Abergavenny. The deceased was about 50 years of age. His only son is an assistant surveyor at Cardiff. Deceased was a prominent Freemason. He leaves a widow and three children. GRAMMAR SCHOOL SPORTS.—On Wednesday, the usual sports were held on the town cricket ground, in the presence of a large number of the parents of the boys. Besides the usual competi- tions. a shooting prize was offered for work with the Morris-tube. This was won by L. Phillips, who in ten shots at 25 yards made a possible of 40 points. The Mayor (Councillor J. C. Gwatkin) presented a cup for competition in the mile flat race (handicap) for seniors, which was won by R. White, at scratch. Dr Davy offered a silver cup for the boy doing the best all round in the day's proceedings. This was won by A. Crutchley, who out of a maximum of 54 points had made 36. The prizes were distributed by Mrs Glendinning.

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