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- TOWN COMMISSIONERS, ABEKYSTWY…

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THE NEW BOARD OF GUARDIANS.—This year, several old and familiar faces will disappear from our list of guardians for the past year. In the country districts many changes have been made by arrangement without a contest. For Aberystwyth, Messrs John Ellis, lime-bnrner, Thomas Samuel, currier, and Richard Jones, coal merchant, will take the vacant places of Messrs Evan Hugh Morgan, John Jones, Commerce House, and John Watkins, wine merchant, who have long and faithfully acquit- ted themselves of the trust reposed in them for so many years. The other town guardians have con- sented to retain office, in order to induct their new colleagues into the mysteries of the guardianship of the poor. The first meeting of the new board will take place on Monday next, when a new chairman will have to be elected, in consequence of the retire- ment of Mr Parry, who has so long and conscien- tiously made valuable use of the talents entrusted to his keeping before giving up his stewardship to his successor. In many unions in Wales, a fierce competition for the office of guardian has been waged, and as many as 33 candidates have offered themselves for election, when there are only three to be ap- pointed but all has passed off with the utmost har- mony in this union.

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