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ADVERTISING CHARGES. 1 Parliamentary Notices Is. per line per insertion Government Announcements 9d. « 1.91 Lepl and Public Notices 1 | Municipal and School Board I6d. Tenders and Contracts J Auction Advertisements 4d. » 19 Vrwhold and Leasehold Pro- 1. perty Sales -fid. 91 BeHgious Services "I Lectures and Entertain- 2s. 6d. per inch nenta » PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. "Wanted," "To Let," "For Sale," "Found," 14 Lost." at the rate of 15 Words for 6d. (prepaid). Wanted. -*IR"7-ANTED, a Good GENERAL SERVANT age y? above 20.—Apply Mrs. KNOYU;, CoweH street. W ANTED, a good, strong GENERAL SERVANT, able to undertake the whole of household KATIES. Must be fond of child reit. -Apply J., MER- -_BY Office. WANTED, a LOCK-UP SHOP in a central part of the town.—Apply W., the office of this paper. JLost. LOST, a SABLE NECKLET at the Athenaeum .L Cloakroom on Tuesday night. The finder is aaked to return it to 26, Coldstream Street, when the necklet left in mistake will be returned. Miscellaneous. W ILY, the Gentleman who received in mistake, on W Friday last, a NOTE BOOK, containing names AND addresses, kindly return the same to Messrs. JOHN TROMAS k Co Stationers, Station-road, Llanelly. MONEY LENT to any amount; easy repayments taken. Private Inquiry Agent.- Apply G," Office, 9, Brynmor-road, Llanelly. To Let. TO LET. HOUSE and SHOP in Swansea-road.- TApply J. DAVIES & SONS, Cowell House, Llan- elly. L OCK-UP SHOP To Be Let at 3, Park Terrace, JU Park Street. TO LET, with immediate possession, at the exceed- idgly inotlfr- t-E, rtjit of £ 55 per annum, a Superior Semi-detached VILLA RESIDENCE in New Road, Llanelly, commanding pretty and extensive views of Carmarthen BIIY, the Gower Coast, and Stradey Park. The bouse is a commodious one, and possesses every modern convenience. A t the back ale Stablee, Coach-houses, and a larjee Garden. For further par- ticulars apply to W. BUCKI-KY RODBEICK, Solictor, Llanelly. TO BE LET. a very Commodious HOUSE, being _L No. 18, New Road. There is every modern con- venience, including bath room, with hot and cold water. Rent, £31 per annum. Immediate possession can be obtained.—For further particulars and to view, apply to Rev. ELvET Li-rwis, Caeffair, Llanelly, or to Mr. GEORGE BLARE, Stradey Estate Agent. TO LET, DWELLING HOUSE and GARDEN known as Capel Uchaf -Apply on the Premises BUILDING LAND TO LET at Capel, near Box J) South aspect, fronting ms.in road. Good Garden Ground no Borough Rales. Water Main laid on favourable terms.—Apply W. J. REEs, Gelly House. LLANELLY Intermediate and Technical School. THE above will be RE-OPENED on I TUESDAY. MAY 4th, 1897. I Forms of Application from the Headmaster, or the Clerk to the Local Governors, F. N. POWELL, I Bridge Street, Lhuieiiy. Solicitor, I PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT, ¡ THE ANNUAL TEA AND CONCEPT I WIM. 33E HMLD AT j BETHANIA CHAPEL, NEW DOCK, ON 'I Whit Monday, June 7th, 1897. FURTHER PARTICULARS SHORTLY. I 1 NOTICE IS HEEEBY GIVEN, pursuant to the I Act; of Parliament. 22 and 23 Vict., c. 35, that all persons having any claims or demands upon or against the Estate 01 Jons HDMPKBKVS, late of New Dock Ro*d, Llanelly, in the County of Carmarthen, deceased, who died on the 10th day of April, 1897, are hereby required to send in particulars of their debts or claims tome, the Solicitor for the Executor of the Will of the said dtceased, on or before the 8th day of j May, 1897, and notice is hereby also given that after J that day the Executor will proceed to distribute the Assets of the said deceased amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which he shall have bad notice, and that he will not be liable for the Assets or any parr, thereof so distributed to any person of wlwse delt or claim he shall not then have had notice. ► j Dated the 28th day of April, 1897. FRED NELSON POWELL, Solicitor to the Executor. LLANELLY UNION. i WANTED, ?VACCINATION OFFICER for the y? Lower District, comprising the parishes of Kidwelly, Percbrey, Llanelly Urban, and the Hamlets ) of Hengoed and West fa, in Llanelly Rural. Remuneration, 6d. per successful case, which amounts to about £ 28 per annum. Applications, stating age and full particulars, to be seat in not later than the 11th May next to D. C. EDWARDS, Clerk. Union Offices, Llanelly, 30th April, 1897. j GREAT WESTERN BAIL WAY. j i LLANDILO FAIR, j ON FRIDAY, May Mtb, MARKET TICKETS wiJl j ￼ be issued to LLANDILO from the Stations, and j by the Trains at and by which they are USUALLY issued on MARKET DAYS, with the addition of a j SPECIAL TRAIN leaving Bynea at 8.0 a.m., Llan- genuech 8.5, Pontardulais 8.10, Pantyllynnon, 8.35, Tirydail 8.40, Liatidebid 8.45, and Derwydd Road at j 8.50 a.m. J. L. WILKINSON, General Manager. JAMES JONES, BILLPOSTER, j STATION ROAD, KIDWELLY, j THE on!y Billposter that can post and (leliver JL Kilwei!y and Ditriet thoroughly. AH work j done personally. No Boys. INSPECTION INVITED. j -<- L<\ L R t E S, STO'CK & SHARE BROKER, I VAUGHAN STREET, LLANELLY. —Rhvrouej7 OrIJ. Stuele Weaver's Ord. and Pref. j Buckley's' Pre-Pref. and Deb. Stock, Spilitr's aud Baker's Ord. and x ret. North's Colliery Deb. Stock. I Sfcu.&Ks.—Llanelly Laundry Sbares. j Ta fc Vuie Ord. Stock. SUan&giian ami Stephens' Ord. & Pref. KaffirsWeeiraUsvNS at elose prices. 11, PARK STREET, LLANELLY. J. T. MORGAN, TAILOR AND DRAFEB, (Late of FELINFOEL,) Begs to inform his numerous Friends and Customers that he has removed to t h above address with a New Stock of Woollen and Tweed Goods INCLUDING Vicunas, Serges, Scotch and Irish Suitings, Fancy Trouserings of the Newest Patterns and Designs. Gentlemen's own materials made up. Fit, Style, and Workmanship guaranteed. AN INSPECTION RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. PLEASE NOTE THE ADDRESS- J. T. MORGAN, 11, PARK STREET, LLANELLY. (Opposite ARTHUR E. DAVIES, Merehant.) THE CELEBRATED C.B. C01"setS. I In Black and Slate. I eiiotyp, car 2/11 and 3/6 WILLIAMS', "THE TEMPLE." a Fancy Dress and Gentlemen's Umbrellas, Hosiery, Sunshades, Gloyes. T "-?' DAVID EVANS, m a — w -= & -n & -— a L.- A Bradford House and Stepney House, STEPNEY STREET, LLANELLY. EXCELSIOR & PEARL W HISKIES. AWARDED Gold Medal, Highest Aard, In j,, I /uition, Bordeaux j Diploma, Highest Award, (' • ibition. The Pearl and Excelsior Whiskies are recn n i> < -i by the Lancet, British Medical Journal and other high authoritÜ'8 f?" tJ?. s" m.r?y and ￼ qualities. and other high authorities f< n i tty and dietetic qualities. uu INim p RSI, Acknowledged to be •trie Best Value in the Market. WINES and SPIRITS of the Finest Quality and at standard 0 strength only. 'v F L L Y MA RORAVE BROS., LLANELLY. E. MARLOW, PRACTICAL PLUMBER, Hot and Cold Water and Gas Fitter, Sheet Zinc and Iron Plate Worker. Baths, Water Closets, Lavatories, Urinals, &c., fixed with special regard to the latest sanitary requirements. ELECTRIC AND OTHER BELLS FIXED. Sheet Lead, Zinc, Iron, Tin, Copper or Brass Goods of every description made or repaired. E.M. begs to inform the Public and Inhabitants of Llanelly that he has started Business in the above-mentioned trade, and trusts, by strict attention and Good Workmanship, combined with the Lowest Possible Prices, to secure a share of their patronage. ALL ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PERSONAL PRACTICAL ATTENTION. ESTIMATES FREE. ii, Spring Gardens, Llanelly. CARMARTHENSHIRE. IMR. DAVID FRANCIS has been instructed to offer for SALE bv PUBLIC AUCTION, at the STSPNEYr ARMS HOTEL, LLANELLY, on THURSDAY, the 27th day of MAY, 1897, at 3 for 3.30 o'clock in the afternoon (subject to such Con- ditions of Sale as shall then be produced), all that Modern, Compact, and Conveniently Situated TIN- PLATE WORKS, known as the Ashburnham Tinplate Works, situate in immediate contiguity to the Docks at Burry Port, and comprising Four Tinplate Mills, together with the adjuncts usual and necessary for carrying on business of Tinplate Manufacture. The Property is held under Leases from the Right Hon. The Earl of Ashburnham, and others, for a term of 99 years, from the 25th day of March, 1889, at the low aggregate rents of £ 106 10s., which sum includes the prosisi jn of an abundant supply of water for a works of the capacity of 12 mills. The Works are most admirably situated for facile and economic working, and have been constructed in a most substantial manner, with every modern appliance and convenience. Permission to view and copies of the particulars and conditions of sale may be had on application to the Liquidators of the Ashburnham Tinplate Company, Limited, viz., Samuel Taylor, Esq., 3, Temple Build- ings, Swansea, and Isaac Phillips, Esq., Brynteg, Burry Port, R.S.O. of Messrs. Andrew Wood & Purves, Solicitors, 8, Great James Street, Bedford Row, London, W.C. the Auctioneer, 16, West End, Llanelly; or of D. W. REES, Solicitor, Llanelly. Cleveland Buildings, Station Road, Llanelly. DAVID JONES' PERIODICAL SALES. MR. WILLIAM DAVID is instructed to SELL by ,1ll PUBLIC AUCTION, as above, TO-MORROW (FRIDAY,, a large quantity of FURNITURE and HOUSEHOLD REQUISITES, DRESS MATERIAL, &c., &c. Sale to Commence at 2 p.m. TJSBMS CASH. No RSSBQTB. 14, Vaugban-street, Llanelly. jpiandyry riouse, near Trinisaraxi IMPORTANT SALE OF FURNITURE, kc. MR, WILLIAM DAVID is instructed to SELL by i?i PUBLIC AUCTION, as above, on MONDAY, MAY 24th, 1897, the whole of the Household Furniture, Including Dining, Drawing, Breakfast Room, and Library Appointments, the contents of Seven Bed- rooms, Kitchen, &c. Also a SPLENDID PHiETON (as good as new). Sale to Commence at 12 o'clock noon. TERMS CASH. No RESERVB. Further particulars of the Auctioneer at his Offices, 14, Vaugban-street, Llanelly. LLANELLY. In Bankruptcy. No. 2 of 1897. Be THOMAS PUGH JONES, 48, Station Road. and Llan- gathen Yard, Ironmonger. Contractor, Timber and Builders' Merchant. To Builders, Contractors, Painters, Plumbers, Iron- mongers, Joiners, Farmers, Timber Merchants. Colliery Proprietors, and others. MR. FRANK E. TUNBRIDGE will SELL by ?'1 PUBLIC AUCTION at 48, Station Road, and Llangathen Yard, Llanelly, on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. May 18th, 19th, and 20th, 1897, and following day, if necessary, the whole of the STOCK- IN-TRADE, PLANT, MACHINERY, and OTHER EFFECTS, of and belonging to the above-mentioned Estate. Sale to commence each day at 11 o'clock in the fore- noon precisely. Detailed Catalogues are in course of preparation, and may be obtained one week prior to the Sale upon application to R. PHILLIPS PIKE, Esq., Chartered Accountant, 35 and 36. Wind Street, Swausea. Of C. E. DOVEY, ESQ., Chartered Accountant, 31, Queen Street, Cardiff, Or of the AUCTIONEER, 10, Oxford Street, Swansea. RECORD REIGN CONCERT. 1837-1897. MADAME ALICE GOMEZ, )! AND OPERATIC CONCERT PARTY f AT THE ATHENAEUM HALL, Llanelly, j ON MONDAY, MAY 10th, 1897. 1! Soprano 1fadame LESLIE ARNOTT- Contralto Madame ALICE GOMEZ. Solo Violinist Mr. WILLIAM HENLEY. Tenor Mr. C. EMLYN JONES. Bass Mr. EDMUND EDWARDS. Solo Pianoforte Mr- WYMARK STRATTON. Accompanist & Conductor Mr. W. J. EVANS. Doors open at 7.30; Concert at 8 sharp; Carriages at 10 p.m. Reserved Seats. 3s Family Ticket to admit four, 10s. 6d.; Second Seats, 2ti. Admissioik, lit. Plan, &c., may be seen at Messrs, THOMPSON and SHACKELL. DENTISTRY.—MR. MACPHAIL, SURGEON DENTIST, KING STREET, CARMARTHEN, ATTENDS 1,1,ANBLLY BVITILY THURSDAY AT Mr. T. P. JONES, Grocer (Oorner of Market Street). Artificial Teeth supplied at Greatly Keduced Prices. Teeth Extracted Teeth Stopped from la. Honrs of Attendance from 10 R.TO. to 3 p.m. BstaWistie4 at MMMUy iivm 17
IBulIjs, Jltarriages, aitfo Beatljs. BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, and DEATHS.—Office, 3, Goring Place, Llanelly. A. D. Davies, [registrar. Office hours: Morning, 10 to 12 a. m. except Fridays, 2 to 4 p.m., and every evening 6 to 8 p.m. MARRIAGE. Gov—JONES.—On the 4th inst., at Bethel Chapel, Llanelly, John Guy. Brynmor-road, to Mary Jones, 28, Brynmor-road both of Llanelly. DEATHS. ROGERS.—On the 281;h ult., at High-street, Mountain Ash, John Rogers, of Caerelms, Llaneliy, aged 57 years. ROBKRTS.—On the 28th ult., nt 2, Gwyn-terrace, Sea- side, Llanclly, Thomas Roberts, workman in tin- plate works, aged 48 years. BOWEN.—On the 30th ult., at Union-street, Felinfoel, Sarah, widow of D. Bowen, aged 72 years. CHAFPRM,.—On the 2nd inst., at 15, High-street, Llanelly, Jane, widow of R. Chappell, aged 78 years. DAVIES.—On the 4th iust., at 13, Havelock-street, New Dock, Llanelly, T. Davits, r:tilway engine driver, aged 60 years. JOHN.—On the 29th ult., at Achddu, Burry Port, William John, aged 74 years. WILLIAMS.—On the 4th inst., at Pembrey Village, Mary Williams. EVANS.-At Pembrey Village, .John Evaus, aged 72 years.
THE INCORPORATION OF THE TOWN.
THE INCORPORATION OF THE TOWN. THE wisdom and urgency of steps being taken to effect the incorporation of the town found expression in a few opportune references made by Mr. JOSEPH MAYBERY at the ordinary monthly meeting of the Llanelly Borough Council held on Monday last. There is, as was effectively pointed out by Mr. MAYBEBY in the course of his short address, a. particularly urgent reason why this much-needed change in the municipal government of the town should occur this year. In a short time, it will be the I duty of the local authorities to enter into negotiations for the loan of a large sum of money for carrying on two or three important public works affecting the well-being of the town and port. Those acquainted with municipal finance are fully cognisant of the fact that an incorporated town can borrow money on more advantageous terms than a district council. The special urgency of the initiative contemplated by the Borough Council is there- fore obvious. Sooner or later, the local authorities will have to consider this question of incorporation. It has been delayed for years, but it cannot be delayed indefinitely. If Llanelly is to take its proper place among modern commercial towns, proper in respect of its status, commerce and resources, a charter of incorporation must be obtained. Even those who have hitherto been disposed to object to the change which is once again brought prominently to the front willconcede that eventually the necessary formulas will have to be observed. The question, therefore, in- evitably suggests itself: Why not take the pre- liminaries now and thus accelerate the legal process guaranteeing the bestowal of the charter in order to obtain the financial advan- tages associated with a condition of incorpora- tion ? The money has to be borrowed. In- corporated towns are able to effect loans at a cheaper rate of interest than district councils. There is the position in a nutshell. It is expedient, therefore, that the forma, municipal and legal, should be immediately taken in hand. Herein lies the element of urgency. In the broader and general purview of the question, however, there is, it appears to us, little less force in the reasons which should constrain the Borough Council to lead the movement in favour of the proposed change. When the pro- posal was last under discussion, there was, we are aware, a considerable amount of cpposition raised against it, although even then, some few years ago, the feeling was fairly divided. We believe that a great change has taken place in the public mind in relation to the question of late years. The opposition has been slowly but surely thinning down, and we should not be in the leasi sur- prised to find that if a town's meeting were now summoned by the Borough Cotiz)cil- a meeting which we hope soon to see held-an over- whelming majority of votes would be cast in favour of the proposal. Indeed, a ananimous vote would be no surprise. During the last few years several events have occurred which have forcibly brought home the disabilities and disadvantages dissociable from the paro- chial limitations of the existing municipal vogue. We have had evidence from all quar- ters of the penalty of insignificance from which towns undignified in their municipal life by a charter of incorporation cannot escape. li, seems to us, indeed, that if the public men of Llanelly are to be true to the traditions of the town, if they are resolved to do all that in them lies to guarantee that Llanelly shall not suffer from a dearth of timely and appropriate municipal initiative, they will not hesitate to assist in paving the way towards completing conditions of local government by the inauguration of the change in the direction I indicated.
TM PROPOSED STOP WEEK* I
TM PROPOSED STOP WEEK* I THB Executive of the Tinplate Workers' Union, on behalf of the general body of their constitu- ents, have posted notices to the various tin- plate manufacturers throughout the districts where the industry is located, to bring about a general stoppage during the first week in June. This, in view of the present situation, is a wise policy. Nor is there any indication that the masters themselves will offer any opposition to the proposal. The trade is certainly bad. Stocks are increasing and prices are low. ÜI the circumstances, the authorities- of the Union have wisely decided to take a bold initiative) having for its aim, through the medium of a general stoppage, the rehabilitation of the industry. From information appearing in another column, it will be seen that one of out representatives has been instituting inquiries among thoae interested in the industry as managers and manufacturers, and from the investigations he has made, there seems to be no ground for concluding that the attitude of the Union will be questioned, either in respect of its expediency or soundness in principle. It is to be hoped that the policy initiated under such promising conditions will be availing te restore the industry to vigour and prosperity.
LOCAL INTKUK;ENCK. I If you want a. real good Wedding Ring, the best place is at H. KALTHNBACH'S, Vaughan Street, alld Arcade, where, in addition, you will get a gellililit, present.—ADVT. PARE: CHURCH.—On Tuesday evening, the quarterly meeting of the teachers and elder scholars of the Sunday School of the above church was hold. TIMED LLANHLLY 870TH STARR-BOWKBTT BurLDllii(f, SOCI STY. -Approl-tri,Ltioi) on Monday at 8.45 p.m. Subscriptions must be paid before 8.30 o'clock.—' W. DAVID (Auctioneer, &c.), Secretary. MORIAH CHAPBL.—Most successful anniversary services were held at the above chapel on Sunday last and on Monday evening, the preachers being the Revs. W. P. Williams (Landore), and J Williams (Cardigan)- ST. PETER'S CHTJUCH.—On Friday evening at SFR Peter's Hall, the Band of Hope affiliated with the above Church gave a creditable performance of The Bohemian Girl" under the direction of the ReV. Philip Rees. SILOAII CHAPEL.—On Sunday last, and on Monday and Tuesday evenings, the anniversary services of the above chapel were held. The special preachers w-ere the Revs. R. Roberts; Rhos, Llanerchrugog O. R. Owen. Caenewydd and W. P. Williams, Macben. MALM VOICE PARTT.—A general practice will be held on Thursday evening (to-night) at Beulah Mission Rooms, Wern, by the Llanelly Male Voice Party at 8 o'clock. All members are requested to bring a copy of the Crusaders," and the Committee afS asked to meet at 7 o'clock sharp. Business impor- tant.—ADVT.
I INEWS.I l DISTRICT NEWSTI
I INEWS. I l DISTRICT NEWST I I DAFEN. .1 ST. MICHAKL-S AND ALL ANGELS' CHUECH.—Special services were held at the above church on Sunday aud Monday last. The sacred edifice was crowded at each service. The officiating ministers were the Revs. D. Morgan-Jones, M.A., St. Paul's, Llanelly, and, J. R. Davies, L.D.. Llandyssul. The singing was of a high order under the leadership of Mr. J. Rosser. Mr. J). Randell presided at the orgau. Collections were mad a at the close of each service. I LLWYNHENDY. I TABHRNACLB.—On Sunday and Monday evening the anniverary services of Tabernacle were heid whew most impressive sermons were preached by the Revs- Dan Davies (Forth) and W. Saunders ?Rhymney) ? large cOlJgregatlOns. I BURRY PORT. 1 THIS STATION MASTER.—-On Sunday, Mr. WilliafJJ the station master, discovered that a truck of a goods train passing through the station was on fire, and be immediately wired to Llanelly, where the flanaes were extinguished. EISTBDDFOD.—The eisteddfod to be held on Whiii Monday promises to be a great success All intending competitors should send iu their names at once, tll enable the secretaries to make special train arrange- ments.
LLANELLY LAW STUDENTS , AT…
LLANELLY LAW STUDENTS AT SWANSEA. I Last evening a public debate WHS held at the Swali sea Guild Hall on a question of law between repre" seutiitives of the Llanelly Law Students' Society ttili the Swansea Law Students' Society. The Lhirieliy speakers were Messrs. S. Watkinson, D. R. Edmuuds, M. R Richards, and W. Stuart. Mr. C. H. Glasco- dine acted as chairmau. The Llanelly delegation* together with their Swansea friends, snbsequeutly sitt down to a. sapper provided by the Swansea Society at the Maekworth Hotel.
THE NEW SCHOOL AT BYNEA.I
THE NEW SCHOOL AT BYNEA. THE FORMAL OPENING LAST MONDAY- Of late years the districts of Llwyohendy and Cwmfelin have so rapidly developed that the M:hoof at the former place has long ago been marked out by the Education Department as overcrowded, and repeated warnings have been issued to with-hol^ the grant unless steps were taken to provide ade- quate accommodation. Meetings were held in the district to discuss the matter, and it was decided by the ratepayers that schools were required both at Halfway and Bynea, the two extreme ends of the district. However, when the subject came before the Board, they considered that it was then pre- mature to raise a school at, Halfway and it WlS resolved to proceed with the Bynea School This new scl1001 is now Ali accomplished fact. It's quite modern in structure and stands on a picturesque piece of ground purchased from Sir J. T. D. Llewellyn close to the Bynea Station. The con- tract was carried out by Mr. John Evans, contractor, Erw Yard, Llanelly, and the substantial <1üd I magnificent building stands as a lasting monument to Mr. Evans' skill and good workmanship. Every- thing has been done in the most finished style, and it can without exaggeration be designated a model school. The architect of the Board, Mr. [j. Morgan, is also to be highly complimented on tin" attractive design of the exterior and the completl arrangements and conveniences of the whol(! place. The building consists of two deparbrnellt —mixed and infants—the former capable 0 accommodating 260 children and infants' 150, the whole costing little less than £ 3,000. The children formally attending Yspitty School have been trJlS- ferred to this school, and while Mr. D. H. Bowell Llanelly, has charge of the mixed department, the, infants are under the care of Miss McCreH( he and her staff from Yspitty School. The appoint ment of Mr. D. 1-1. Bowen to the headmastersbip has given universal satisfaction, as Mr. Bowcn in the past proved himself a most efficient teaclel and has won for himself the distinction of beill")' one of the best disciplinarians under the boal!' On Monday morning the school was uncereinonioHSv opened, Mr. John Thomas, Berwick, being the OBV board member present. It must be said hereto" it is greatly through Mr, Thomas' efforts that tl" g additional educational facility has been gained fo" the district. When the Department condemned tbe Llwynhendy School as being inadequate, Nil. Thomas at once brought before the district the. advisability of erecting a new school for the \o^et part in preference to enlarging the old buildings t Llwynhendy and Yspitty. Mr. Bowen's scb1) opened on Monday with 188 scholars, and .MISS McCreadie's wiih 80. This on!v proves tbtJ necessity of this additional school, and umloubtedls the number of scholars will, ere long, be incrf);t,e! to the lull scope of the accommodation.