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BURRY PORT. A report of the meetings of the Burry Port L rban District Council will be found on Page 6. 0 The following report- on the Buny Port The fc)llu\ng j'8port on the Bm'lY POl'! School has been presented by H.M. Inspector: —Boys' Department.—"This school is well or- ganised and very efficiently taugnt. The boys are very nicely mannered and under good dis- cipline. More advanced books are wanted for all classes. Some parts of the playground are very much cut up by imperfect surface drainage." Girls' Department—"The discip- line and tone of this school deserve the I highest praise, and the teaching throughout I is careful and painstaking. Oral composition and arithmetic in some of the classes should have more attention." ( The semi-final round in the. medal competi- tion will be played on the Burry Port ground next Saturday, when the Burry Port Soccer Team will be opposed to the Llaneliy Amateurs. -0- The Burry Port Town Band, which has re- cently been re-organised, is busily engaged rehearsing a splendid programme under the leadership of Mr. David John. It is hoped that the band will soon be in a position to compete in various contests. It is very grati- fying to learn of the Kidwelly Town Band making such an excellent mark at Carmarthen on Easter Monday, under the baton of our townsman, Mr. Ikvid John The Urban f);r t Council Eb'cti.u will take place on Mondav next, when eight can- didates will submit themselves for six s«-ats. They are: David David, farmer: Philip Eynon, shearer: S. L. Gravel], sculptor: F. J. Evans, shipping agent; R. G. Tin.mas, colliery manager: Arthur Morgan, railway and docks manager; John Lcyshon, shearer: and Wm. Howell, meciianic. The polling booth is ifxed at the ('.nine 1 Schools, and will be open from 8 a.m. t0 8 p.m. -0- Now is the time for Spectacles. Can you read this without straining the eye,; in some way? If you can't, you must have Spectacles. John Walters, Chemist, Optician, &e, opposite the Station, has a special room for testing the eyes. IVatch the children how they read.

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