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LLANDUDNO CHARITY ASSOCIATIONI

,TEE. ANNUAL REIPORT AND FINANCIAL…

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,TEE. ANNUAL REIPORT AND FINANCIAL STATEMENT. Mr J. F. Roberts., in the absence of Mi's lOcxxidy. the hon. secretary, sutbmitted the an- nual report and financial statement. The num- ber of subscriibers has latterly considerably in- creased, and many useful g.ifus in kind have been received and used. Assistance in kind: Jiaa been freely given, ailtar investigation, in all cases deemed deserving, and inilway fares have been pa,:d for men seeking work, for wife and children to join the husfband, and for several persons .in ill-health to get special ad- ;rice. The very wet weather of last winter necessitated considerable expendi'uie on boots, to enable children togelt dry shod to school. ^Through the i&stkrura.'entaiity of the society many adult workers received gifts of boots, or liad their boots repaired. The free meals for Hinder-ifed children were be-gun the first wce-k in January. and continued through February and March. Lists of the names of necessitous children were dbtained from the heads of all ffahe elementarv schools in the district, and ",he 'a.1 names so obtained were* t'n iough.'y investiga- ted (by the Charity \e.' <ciat ion's Agent. iTIiiobets were given to 160 children, and the difference in their apoearance after two or three weeks was most marked, and gave Sub- stantial evidence of the wisdom of giving these meals. 'Gifts in kind were sent by Messrs Hooson, E Owen and Sons, E. B. Jones, and Jolul Owen, .la¿'ocfstIr.eet. The amount saved by wc- kirg people in- the town by means of the thrif.L department now exceeds £ 200 a year, as compared with P,140 in the first- year. Tihe withdrawals bv the de- positors in the course of the year are steadily ideioreajsiing, so that nearly the whole amount of the savings will be paid out when the strain or the winter months is most severe. The work of the lady collectors in' charge of the .various districts has been most praiseworthy, and it is to their regularity and careduln-ass tha.t the success df the thrift department of the Qhar-iy Association is greatly due.

MAY E. HiUGHEIS,

THAMES.

RULE,--1.

(PRESIDENT AND VICE-PR.ESIDBNT.S.

ELECTION OF OFFICIALS.

THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

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HIRING AGREEMENT

I ILlandudno

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£ NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD 1910

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1ANOTHER OUTBREAK.

QUESTIONS IN PARLIAMENT

REPAIRING CARNARVON CASTLE.

I CARNARVON COMMON LANDS SOLD.

A SUCGESTIOiN WORTH NOTING.

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