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interest and status which would inevitably be attached to one of the three colleges in the event of one of the college towns being success- ful for the honour. This appears to us to amount to an invincible argument why a town Wnblest with a University college should be selected for the distinction. The accession of status and interest of one of the three colleges at the cost of the dignity of the other two, in the event of one of the college towns being Successful in the animated competition now proceeding, would do considerable harm to the cause of higher education in the Principality. We fervently hope that the University Court will have regard to this fact, and safeguard the permanent iuterests and welfare of the national System of higher education from the evils associated with an unhealthy centralization of our educational agents and agencies. One of the objects of the University Court in making the selection of a site for the Registrar's offices should be that of guaranteeing a deeper interest in University education among the various districts of the Principality. This object would be best attained by selecting a town for the Offices considerably remo/ed from any of the College centres. This appears to us to be the Common-sense of the situation, and for this reason, we share a feeling generally cherished in Llanelly that the most suitable site is found at Swansea.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

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THE NATIONAL UNION OF TEACHERS.

LOCAL TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION.

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LLANELLY QUADRILLE CLASS I

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I DIAMOND JUBILEE.

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INTERESTING MARRIAGE AT SWANSEA.

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I METIIOI)IST'CYMANFAGANU.'

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