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j EAST HALKYN MINES.I

ICHESTER SCHOONER WRECKED.…

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SOCIALIST LEADER FINED.

VOLUNTEER CAMPS. A

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[NORTH WALES PUPPY SHOWS.

I FLINT TOWN COUNCIL.I ——A

WHITCHURCH VOLUNTEER KILLED.…

I ABSENTEE COLIE1tS FINED-I

ICHCRCH TEACHERS' SALARIED…

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CHCRCH TEACHERS' SALARIED JL WELSH PERSECU TION. In the House of Commons on Monday, L'"? Cecil (Maryleboe, E.) asked the President of ?ha Board of Education whether he could s.?y whetjl' the Swansea local education authority had ,;od to pay the full saL?ied of the teachers in the "j1, provided schools; and made inquiry as to communication whieh he had had with the bodi coucerned.. Mf. MoK?nna (Monmouth. N.) I stand that tho IOL?al ed ucation authority ?"? paid all the ht?ch?m' s.i??rk'9 on H) ? ..<-at? ?"' the authority hli> hitherto recognised, but ""t on the scaJe which the nmn??'r:) claim. 1 116 an interview with the managers m' July 16, and on the sama d.'e wrote to the 1 c'c, tion authority inviting the ob-?rvationd of the authority on the statements made Ly the 10*"EL' g<?. This lettcr w?a aoknowk?d?<?d on "?.y 18 with an intimation that tho holidays sVoU  pravent an immediate full reply, but that to piompt attention as possible would bo T,e to it. Lord R. Cecil: May I ask the right 110; gentleman whether the scale paid by thti1110,1 gera is the samo scale as obtained in Council schools, and is the scale insisted tI P by the National Union of Teachers; whether this dispute has not been going on for fJOffi6 two or three years and whether he not seo his way to induoe the local c&i(.a authority to arrive at a settlement.? # Mr. McKenna: I airt most. anxlou.-> to I '1'1 d.. 1, II <'°' seKtnnM'.nt at-laiwrl. The dispute has bco" b tJ ing on some considerable time, but not OT) t pieeise point now raised I do not underst* that any stale is required by the Natl Is, Union of Teachers or exists in Council Every teacher is paid according to his own p8 ticular merits.. Lord R. Cecil: Does the ri?ht hon. entle" in?n know (hat tbc&p t<'?chct6 w?:o (}a.H<'d ? t b,v, t h .(, N,%tional T.Tiiioti on t.  by the National Union on the question of Mt MoK?nna I have not leooived any formation on that point..

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