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LLANDOVERY BOARD OF GUARDIANS. This board held its usual fortnightly meeting at the Town-hall on Friday, under the presidency of Mr George Jones, when there was a fair attendance of members. TREASURER'S ACCOUNT. The treasurer's account showed a balance in hand of £ 660 8s 8d. RELIEVING OFFICERS' RETURNS. These returns were read as usual. Mr Williams reported that the number relieved in his (No. 1) district during the week ending June 5th to be 208, at a cost of E26 12s 2d corresponding week last year 218, at a cost of £2() 7s Id. For the week ending June 12th 205, at a cost of £ 24 3s 4d corresponding week last year 218, at a cost of 22418s. Mr Powell said that the number relieved in his (No. 2) district for the week ending June 5th to be 181, at a cost of £21; corresponding week last year 185, at a cost of E20. For the week ending June 12th 181, at a cost of £ 20 5s corresponding week last year 185, at a cost of £1!) 5s. ASSESSMENT COMMITTEE MEETING. It was decided to hold an assessment committee meeting that day fortnight, at 1.30, to enable the ove seers to present their lists. MASTER'S REPORT. The Master reported the number of inmates to be last week 27, against 31 in the same week last year this week 26, against 22 in the correspond- ing week last year. Trampsâlast week 14, against 20 in the same week last year this week 14. against 17 in the corresponding week last year. He reported that the water scheme had been completed. SIR JAMES HILLS-JOHNES' GENEROSITY. In this connection, Mr Watkins, brewer, said- I wish to refer to the excellent gift of Sir James Hills-Johnes. It is only another proof that good principle generates good act.. I am certain we are all very thankful to Sir James for having caused the new water to be taken into the work- house at his own expense, and I am certain his kindness in this matter will never be erased from the memory of the inmates. I beg to propose thar the best thanks of (his board be accorded Sir James for his generous and timely act. Mr J. R. Price seconded, and on the joint suggestion of the two gentlemen it was resolved that a copy of the resolution be sent to Sir Jaine-4. Mr Thursby-Pelham added a few words in support of the resolution laudatory of Sir James' generosity. Mr J. R. Price reported that he visited the house on the 11th inst., and found everything clean and in good order. The old inmates seemed to be quite contented and well taken care of. He found, also, that the water scheme had been completed, and was in good working order. Mr Watkins visited the house on the 12th inst. and observed cleanliness and good order. The children appeared clean, tidy, and happy. INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION. A communication on the above subject asking for replies to several questions relative to the establishmentof an intermediate education school, from the Breconshire County Council, was referred to the Llanwrfcyd guardian, it being observed that it concerned that district.

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