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PRESENTATION AT BURTON.

COUNTY SCHOOL GOVERNORS.

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COUNTY SCHOOL GOVERNORS. A meeting of the Pembroke Dock County School Governors was held on Monday, when there were present: Alderman A. McColl (in the chair), Mrs. M. A. Williams, Miss Maillard, the Rev. W. Evans, M.A., the Rev. W. Powell, and Messrs. S. B. Sketch and B. Hancock. NON-ATTENDANCE. It was reported that Colonel Ivor Philipps, M.P., who was appointed on the board of governors in February, 1905, had made no attendance, and his two years had now ex- pirel. It was decided to report to the county authority in the usual way. THE KITCHEN. Mr. Sketch had a resolution to his name with reference to the kitchen, but he said that he was not prepared to proceed with it at present. He thought that before they proceeded with either of the schemes they should ascertain from the county what help they would be likely to receive. He thought they might take it that the Board of Education had &ent a suggestion to the Education Council that certain assistance should be given in connec- tion with the kitchen. The Rev. W. Powell proposed that the clerk be instructed to write to the education authority asking what assistance they would receive. Miss Maillard seconded, and this was carried. HEATING APPARATUS. The Finance Committee recommended the adoption of the hot water heating scheme for the school at a cost of £ 225. The report of the committee was adopted upon the proposition of the chairman. EXAMINATION RESULTS. The Headmaster (Mr. T. H Jc-neO reported that the following pupil teachers had passed the preliminary examination for the certifi- cate Amy E. Bennett (Albion-square), Ada E. Bevan (Pembroke Dock National), Amy I. Davies (Llanion), Lily Davies (Lawrenny), Sarah J. Davies (Monkton), Sarah A. Fulford (Albion- square), Lilian M. Gwilliam (Pembroke Dock National), Ellen Hazeldine (Pennar), Gladys M. Howell (Neyland), Alice Mary James (Hundleton), Emily A. James (Pembroke), Margaret A. James (Pembroke Dock National), Lily Lewis (Pembroke), Florence A. Llewellyn (Pennar), Edith E. Munro (LLanion), Gladys M. Phillips (Pennar), Annie M. K. Sinnett (Albion- square), Alice M. Webb (Burton), Beatrice G. Williams (Neyland), James George (Pembroke Dock National), Valentine George Gibby (Pem- broke Dock National), Edward Alfred Phillips (Coronation), Reginald Archibald Sharp (Llanstadwell). There were five failures, three girls and two boys. CONDOLENCE. Upon the proposition of the Chairman it was unanimously decided that the clerk should write a letter of condolence to Mr. B. Hancock upon the death of hie wife.

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