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I WIRRAL EDUCATION MATTERS.I

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I WIRRAL EDUCATION MATTERS. I A meeting of the, Administrative Sub-committee for the Bebington and Neston area was held at Hootoa on Thursday evening, whem Mx. J. J. Evans presided over 1 good attendance. Ques- tions relative to tha transfer of the Primitive Methodist School. Ellasniere Port, to the county wore, discussed. A clause in the terms of transfer provided that the trustees should have the use of the building on Sundays and not more than three evenings per week.-TI-e Clerk (Mr. J. H. Hammond) reported that the trus.tees desired to retain the right to use the whole or any part of the premises when they were not being used for 6ohool purposes, without being iimited to three niglits.-Ildr. W. Poel said the county were going to pay a rental of fifty pounds per annum, and oany out all repairs, and he thought it was a bit ungracious for the trustees to make that pro- posal. He thought they ought to be content with three nights per week.—Mr. W. Stockton said the trustees did not wish to be confined to three nights when tho building was not being used on other nights in the week. If there were classes ever- night, th3 trustees would of course not use the building at all in the week.—After further disoussioii. Mr. W. Stockton moved that the County Committee bo recommended to accept a clause that the trustees be allowed the use of the building when it was not required for any pur- poso by the education authoritics-Mr. H. A. Latham seconded, and it was agreed to. Thj Chairman g.ated that the County Commit- tee had refused to aeoept the decision of that sub- committee to postpone the consideration of the new sohool for Neston for twelve months, and they desired them to proceed at ,-? d them to proceed at once with it. It was now their duty to appoint an architect, and tlia sub committee would meet him to consider the piar.s. Three architects had boen asked to aair.d in competitive plans, and it was for the meeting to •=)-loot, one of them.—Mr. J. Pemborton did not see how tho matter could be proeixdied with. Thr; number of employes at the C'Cilhery had been reduced, a.nd many had left tho distriat, but if the boring for a new seam was StHx)(.<;ful the numbers would be increased again. It was therefore impossible to know how maziy children to proriqo for. There was not now the overcrowding there, had formerly been.—Mr. P. N. S^oni sa.id the plant had been prepared on an unsuitable basis, and the county architect said all th:)<) were defective. The committee must have some satisfying data before they could appoint an arohitect.-A long discussion foUowed, and it woo finally docided to appoint Mr. Deacon, of Rook Ferry —It wart understood that the .work wouid not necessarily be commenced at onoo.

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