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PONTYPRIDD BANKRUPTCY COURT.

CARDIFF LAD'S CRUELTY.

BISHOPS IN THE HOUSE) OF LORDS,

r SAILORS AND EMPLOYERS LIABILITY,

FAILURE OF A PONTYPRIDD GROCER.

SUICIDE OF A LAMPETER .PUBLICAN.

CARDIFF P0ST3IAX IN THE DOCK,

MILK AND DIPHTHERIA.

SWANSE A CO UN TT-OOUE T.

WELSH IN THE! LAW COURTS

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CENTRAL WELSH BOARD. CHARITY COMMISSIONERS AND COUNTY SCHOOLS. A meeting of tha executive committee of the Central Welsh Board was held at Shrewsbury last week, Mr. A. C. Humphreys Owen, M.P., in the chair, and Principal J. Yiriamu Jones, F.R.S., in the vice-chair.—A letter was read from the Charity Commission stating that in the case of each of the county schools inspected and examined by the board, with the exception of Haverfordwest Grammar School, the Commis- sioners had felt able to report to the Treasury that the conditions required to be fulfilled -n order to obtain a grant under the Act had been fulfilled, and that in the case of Haverfordwest Gram.nar Sch.i>! they had recommended a reduction of two- tenths in the amount of the grant.—The com- mittee authorised the chairman and vice- chairman to represent personally to the heads of the Education Department the views of the committee as to recognition of the board's certificates in lieu of pupil teachers' examina- tions under Articles 40 and 51, and also as tc the establishment of new pupil teachers' centres in Wales where county schools already exist. —In reply to an inquiry from the Wrexham County School governors as to which of the board's examinations corresponded to the pupil teacher examinations under Article 40 of the code, the clerk was directed to reply stating (1) That the junior certificate examination of the board corresponded to the examina- tions specified under Article 40; (2) that at present the board was already in com- munication with the department with a view to obtaining the recognition of its certi- ficates; and (3) that the executive committee was of opinion that its negotiations would be materially facilitated if the school boards and other managers of elementary schools in Vales pursuing the policy of sending their pupil teachers to county schools for their education would, as soon as practi- cable, communicate their plans to the Educa- tion Department, and point out that the suc- cessful working of their proposals raw, largely depend upon the recognition of the certificates of the Central Welsh Board. It was reported that, with the excep- tion of the examiner in Frencli (Dr. Spencer), all the examiners who acted in that capacity last year had consented to act again in 1899, in accordance with the revised terms of remuneration.—It was decided to advertise for a successor to Dr. Spencer, and also to advertise for oral and practical examiners.— The next meeting of the Central Welsh Board will be held at Welshpool on the 28th of April. The five retiring members are Mr. Tom John Mr. J. Herbert Lewis, M.P., Principal H. R. Reichel. Principal T. F. Roberts, and Dr. George S. Turpin.

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LONDON AND NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY.

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A FAMILY OF VESTRY CLERKS.

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