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BARRY RAILWAY ENGINEER.

CORRESPONDENCE.

A NEW ERA IN POST CARD COLLECTING.

BARRY DISTRICT COUNCIL.

APPOINTMENT OF TEACHERS.

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APPOINTMENT OF TEACHERS. A special meeting of the Teachers' Sub-Com- mittee was subsequently held, at the same place, present-Mr J. A. Hughes (chairman), Miss M. E. Meredith, and the Rev Ben Evans. Miss Meredith suggested that in all cases possible preference might be given to those teachers who had served their apprenticeship under the Barry Board. -The Chairman said this should only beasecondary consideration the first consideration should be the best qualification.—Rev B. Evans We can find employment for all suitable applicants who have been trained at Barry; we can take them on, and place them in convenient positions as vacancies occur.—The Chairman We have asked the head teachers to recommend to us the best applicants for the vacancies to-day, and we cannot ignore their selections. The following appointments were then made, subject to approval by the Education Committee: -Miss Eleanor M. Griffiths, assistant teacher under Art. 50 at Romilly-road Infants' School, at a salary of A50 per annum Miss Elsie Lena James. Port Talbot, and Miss L. J. T. Johns, trained certificated assistants at Cadoxton Infants': Miss Rachel Harding and Miss C. T. Gabe, trained certificated assistants at Romilly-road Girls, Mr R. T. Williams, trained certificated assistant at Holton- road Junior Boys; Miss Christian K. Hill, trained certificated assistant at Holton-road Girls Mr H. D. Thomas, trained certificated assistant at Hannah- street Boys and Miss Gertrude A. Wilde and Miss Amy Bevan, trained certificated assistants at Hannah-street Girls.

SPECIAL MEETING OF THE EDUCATION…

MANAGERS OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC…

THE NEW EDUCATION ACT.