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THE PARIS EXHIBITION OF 1878.

CORN AVERAGES,

THE CROPS AND THE CORN TRADE.

I FATAL ACCIDENT TO AN EN…

I THE MINERAL WEALTH OF WALES.

DOLGELLEY.

TREMADOO.

BALA.

LLANBADARN FAWR.

TREGARON.

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TREGARON. BOARD OF GUARDIANS, TUESDAY, APRIL 23RD.â Present: Mr. D. Evans, chairman, the Rev. O. Davies, M.A., and Mr. R. J. Davies, vice-chairmen, Messrs. John Rowlands, Bettws Leike, David Jones, Blaen Pennal, John Dewi Williams and David Jones, Caron Isclawdd, William Jones, Caron Uwch, John Jones, Doithie Cam Evan Davies, Doithie Pysgottwr, Jenkin Jenkins, Gartheli, William Williams, Gogoyan, William Davies, Gwynfil, Ebenezer Williams, Gwnnws Lower, Hugh Jones, Gwnnws Upper, William Williams, Llaabadarn Odyn, David Davies, Llangeitho, W. D. Evans, Llanio, Isaac Griffiths. Lledrod Lower, John Lloyd. Lledrod Upper, Jenkin Jenkins, Nantcwnlle, James Williams, Prysg and Carvan, Solomon Tregoning, Yspytty Ystradmeii"- rig, T. W. Davies, Yspytty Ystwyth, David Williams, clerk, and Rowland Rowland, medical officer. 6 > SMistics,~Ont-velM administered during the past fort- ° â¢?bt' Upper district, per Mr. Stephen Thomas, £ 42 18s ?TV paupers, Xxnver district, per Air Jamf>« g ?o0us?S2. *2014S- t0 95 inThe Chairman, dr. âOn the motion of Mr. David Davies seconded by Mr. W Williams, Mr. Daniel J. Eva^' Garth, was.unanimously re-appointed Chairman of the Board for the ensuing year.-The Chairman proposed, rt rf and was agreed to re-elect f lr^ ir w 1SS vice-chairman and on the motion of Mr. Hugh J ones, seconded by Mr. John Lloyd, Mr R J. Davies as second vice-chairman (JomTO/Wees.âSanitary Major Phelp, the Rev. O. Davies, Mr. R. J. Davies, and Mr. J. E. Rogers Aber- meung, ex-officio, Messrs..T. D. Williams. Hugh' JoiS Jenkin Jenkins, Felincoed, John Lloyd, Lledrod Upper David Davies, Llangeitho, T. W. Davies, D. J. Evans and Ebenezer Williams. Assessment: The four ex-officio- mentioned above, and Messrs. D. J. Evans, David Davies, Llangeitho, E. Williams, Hugh Jones, John Lloyd, Penlan, William Jones, Maeselwad, J. D. Wil- liams, and Jenkin Jenkins, Gartheli. School Attend- ±he W ex-officios, and Messrs. E. Williams, -nham Davies, Jenkin Jenkins. Gartheli, Jenkin Jenkins. Fekncoed, T. W. Davies, J. D. Wil- liams, John Rowlands, and David Jones. Visit- ing Committee The whole Board, three to attend- T6 w h I maiTCeT; ^e?frs" Jenkin Jenkins, Felincoed, T. W. Davies, J. D. Wnhams, S. Tregoning. Hugh Jones, the Rev. O. Davies, and R. J. Davies. Tramps, i he Rev. O. Davies said he would move, at the next meeting, that the police officer stationed at Tre- garon should be appointed for the relief of tramps, who. after the appointment, would have to present themselves at the police-station. Sanitary.âAt a meeting of the Sanitary Committee the Rev. O. Davies was re-appointed chairman for the ensuing year. °

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