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TRANSFERENCE OF SCHOOLS.

HIRWAIN JOINT SCHOOL.

EXAMINATION.

DRAWING EXAMINATION.

AMBCLANCE CLASS.

WELSH IN THE SCHOOLS.

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ATTENDANCE.

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THE HOSPITAL.

THE PARK.

THE llEALTHOF THE DISTRICT…

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THE llEALTHOF THE DISTRICT MEDICAL OITICKR'S QUARTERLY REPORT. âThe Clerk read the quarterly report of the Medical Officer (Dr. D. Davies) which was dated January 21st as follows :-The number of deaths registered during the last three months of the year 1894 will show an increase of 39 as compared with the corresponding quarter of the year 1893, and an increase of 76 as compared with the previous three months the number of deaths being 230-maleR, 139 females, 91. The 230 deaths included Typhoid fever 1, scarlet feverjl. measles 14, meningitis 5, diphtheria 4, croup 4, diarrhoea 8, pneumonia 15, bronchitis 16, whooping cough 1, marasmus 13, convulsions 23, phthisis 9. The number of children who died under 1 year of age was 70, from 1 to 5, 41 persons from 5 to 20, 14 20 to 30, 14 20 to 40, 12 40 to 50, 17 50 to 60, 16 aged persons of 60 and upwards, 46 total 230. Taking the population of the Urban Dititrict to be 42,349, this mortality givea a death rate of 5"43 per 1000 for this quarter and a death rate for the year of 21*72 per 1000. During the year 1894 there were 764 deaths and 1,483 births being equal to a death rate of 18*04 per 1000, and a birth rate of 35.01 per 1000 being a decrease of deaths in the year 1894 as compared with 1893 of 67 and a decrease in births of 97. Fourteeen deaths by arious causes requiring inquests occurred in this quarter. During the three months which have expired thero were 313 birthsâ198 males and lo5 females being an increase of 33 as compared with the I previous three months, and an increase of births over deaths in this quarter of 153. This gives a birth rate of 9.04 per 1000 for the quarter and for the year 36.16 per 1000.âThe report was adopted.â The Medical Officer in his fortnightly statement reported that a case of typhoid fever had occurred at 5, Abernanfc- road, and tnat a man aged 27 had died from the fever. In the Aberaman district 19 cases of measles had been notified, and in Capcoch 5. This was an increase of 19 as compared with the last report. Three deaths, tro, resulted in Cardiff-road, being an increase of one on the previous fortnight.âThe report was adopted.â The Inspector of Nuisances (Mr. Evans) reported that he had visited 5, Abernant-road, where a man died from typhoid fever, but could find nothing to account for the disease. He also reported that the house No. 11, Frederick-street, was over-crowded and unfit for habitation. It was a small house and owing to damp- ness the man, wife, and four children had to live together in one room. The excuse priven was that they could not get another house.âThe Inspector was ordered to serve the necessary notice.

SURVEYOR'S REPORT.

SWIXE FEVER.

MAINTENANCE OF CARDIFF-ROAD.

THE ArroiNTMENT OF OVERSEERS.

ROAD IMPROVEMENTS.

COLONEL HOWARD VIXCEXT AT…

FIRE AT PONTLOTTYN.

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