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LLANDUDNO CHARITY ASSOCIATIONI

,TEE. ANNUAL REIPORT AND FINANCIAL…

MAY E. HiUGHEIS,

THAMES.

RULE,--1.

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RULE,1. The rules, as amended by a sub-committee, were. with a few alterations, adopted. Under the new rules guardians of the poor are quali- fied to be members of the executiv! committee Mr 0. W. Roberts, w-ho proposed the amend, mem, declared that it was an insult to debar â guardians from being members of the executive committee. They were not debt,red from sub- scribing to the funds. Mrs Marks seconded. The Rector said that th-3 object of the asso- ciation was to prevent people from being paupers. When once they had cc.me oauners. then it was the duty of the guardians to look after them. However, the association had been persuaded that it was illegal for guardians to be members qf the committee. 'Mr J. Ropar Dawson contended that it was illegal, and an offence punishable under one of the Poor Laws. Guar,"ans were prohibited from spo r -y paying man's railway faie to anof r pant ctf "ie, country when he was likely to become to another union. The Rc D. Davie su)> I't'd the amend- ment. He did not tic:t the Act applied at all. It .was an a'\ a ire to have on the committee men who knew the pc-or. As already stated, the amendment was carried.

(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

A REPLY.

PESTIFEROUS - GOSSIP.

STORMY SCENE.

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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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