BRECON GUARDIANS.1|1918-02-28|The Brecon County Times Neath Gazette and General Advertiser for the Counties of Brecon Carmarthen Radnor Monmouth Glamorgan Cardigan Montgomery Hereford - Welsh Newspapers Online
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THE WEEK'S GARDENING.

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, WAR PENSIONS.

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ITHE WEEK'S WORK.

iTHE SHEEP THAT TOOK SNUFF.

BRECON GUARDIANS.1

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BRECON GUARDIANS. 1 Friday, Mr John Jones (vice-chairman) pre- siding. Others present were—Miss Adelaide Williams, the Revs. Thomas Griffiths, H. J. Church-Jones, and D. H. Picton. Messrs. C. W. Best, John Jones (Battle), Jenkin Williams, John Thomas, John Jones (Glyn), Evan Jones, T John Price, J. James Williams, A. A. Mitchell. J. F. Ricketts, W. C. Davies, Rees Williams, W. Wactyn "Williams, John Smith. Daniel Watkins, and Tom Morgan, with the deputy clerk (Mr. E. J. Hill) and other officials. There were 39 vagrants relieved at the work- house during the last fortnight, being a decrease of 5G as compared with the corresponding period last year. At the end of the fortnight there were 55 persons in the house. The Deputy Clerk read a circular letter from the West Bromwich Union protesting against^ the abolition of Boards of Guardians. The Chairman, in proposing that the reso- lution be supported, remarked that unle ss such protests were made boards of guardians would be wiped out, and other bodies would be set up which would be merely spending machines. Mr. Best seconded, and said that the more support to the resolution the better. The motion was carried.

ALL Rt, TIONED SOON.

LLANSPYDDID.

THE WEEK'S GARDENING.