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-+-M' Carmarthenshire v. Llanelly i Education Committee Dispute. BORDER CHILDREN ON THE ROAD FIVB J WEEKS. To the Editor of the "Llanelly Mercury." Sir,—With your kind lie glad to draw public attention to theun.for- tunate grievance of the parents of the above children, who, to the number of about 130, are not attending any selwol since their ex- clusion by the Llanelly Committee on March 29th, iu consequence of the refusal of Car- marthenshire to pa.y the sum of 17s. 6d. per head We still contend ih:n. 'hpM' is no ac- ii(,?a(l We stil-I (!4.)ntend ihat.- -?;s no ic7 school suggested (Felinfoel Council School), having room for 226, had last. year 219 in average attendance. It will be seen that this will not take in the 130. We trust rhat Somj amicable arrangement will soon be made, so that our children may be re-admitted into the Old Road Schools, which have supplied our needs since school boards were formed in 1870. This question border, children is now being taken up 'by other authorities, and, surely, a satisfactory arrangement can be made wifhJJpt inflicting any hardship upon, the children. — Yours, etc., THOMAS it. JAMES, Secretary to Parents' Committee. Furnace, Llanell"y, May 5, 1909. 1

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