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MACHYNLLE1H. BOARD OF GUARDIANS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2ND. Present—Mr R. Gillart, in the chair; Mr J. Hughes Jones, vice-chairman; Messrs Edward Hughes, David Evans, Griffith Owen, William Jones, Richard Owen, L. P. Davies, Robert Francis, Isaac Jervis, and E. Gillart, acting clerk. The House.-The Master reported that there were 30 inmates in the house, as against 50 in the corres- ponding fortnight of last year. The num- ber of vagrants relieve] was 43, being the same number as in the corresponding fortnight of last year. Finance.-The following out.relief was ad- ministered during the past fortnight :-Machynlleth district, per Mr Thomas Thomas, £2585 4d, to 115 paupers; Pennal district, per Mr John Jones, < £ 35 105 6d, to 167 paupers; Darowen district, per Mr Daniel Howell, £ 5ll lis Od, to 255 paupers. Amalgamation of Districts.—A leiter was read from the Local Government Board, stating that they had received a report from Mr Murray Browne, inspector, in which it was alleged that certain small detached parts were embodied in the county of Merioneth, in the parish of Mdlwyd, but should be in the county of Montgomery. The Clerk was directed to say that they were in the Dolgelley union. Attendance Olficers.-A letter was read from the Local Government Board approving the re-appoint- ments of Mr David Howell and Mr Humphreys as attendance officers for the ensuing year. PETTY SESSIONS, WEDNESDAY, before the Rev J. W. Thruston and Mr J. G. W. Bonsall. School Attendance. — John Breese, Owmoae, Cemmaes, Lewis Jones, Tanralltfawr, Uwchygarreg; Wm. Jones, Cwmfline and John Humphreys, Dovey View, Machynlleth, were summoned for neg- lecting to send their children to school.—Lewis Jones was fined 2s 6d, and the other defendants 59 each. Stealing Wire Netting. Thomas Edwards Cwmlltne, labourer, was charged with stealing wire netting from Cwmllecoedwig, the property of Mrs Walton.-Mr Griffith Jones, Aberystwyth, defen- ded.—The case was proved by Thomas Breese, farm bailiff, P.O. Wm. Richardson, Isaac Davies, and Rowland Edwards.—-For the defence Rowland Edwards said he was working with t'le defendant in his garden about the end of February, when there was a conversation about wire netting wit- ness said he could get sufficient to fenee his garden for 4" 6d.—Ellis Jones, of Dygoed-issa, farm labourer, said in February last he met defendant near Aberangell. He had some wire netting with him. Witness unlapped it, and noticed two sorts, and one of them was similar to that produced.-Mr Edward Hees, chemist, Machynlleth, gave defen- dant an excellent character, having known him for 20 years.—Mr Griffith Jones made an able speech in defence, but the bench decided to convict, and defendant was fined £ 2 and costs.-Defendant was further charged with stealing about 50 yards of wire netting from Dolcorsllwyd, the property of T. Roberts, farmer. Prosecutor lost the netting about the beginning of February, and it was found in de- fendant's garden.—David Williams deposed to fastening the two pieces of wire netting in the ground on prosecutor's land sometime before Christ- mas last.-P.C. 24 deposed to finding the netting produced in defendant'd garden.—Defendant was fined X2 and costs in this case.-The total amount was Y,6 6<, and the defendant refused to pay, and in default he was ordered to be imprisoned for two months with hard labour. TREGARON. HAY HARVEST.—Several fields of well cultivated hay have been mowed in this district. Ystrad was the first in the field this year. NATIONAL SCHOOL.—Tha following was the dio- cesan report :—" The children in this school passed a good examination in religious knowledge. With one exception only the repetition was good through- out. The writing was also quite good. Each group answered satisfactorily ia Scripture history. The singing both of canticle and hymns was good. Grace was also very nicely sung, and a capital tone seems to prevail in this school. I am sorry to hear that the assistant master, who taught group 2 so well, has died sinee my last visit the pupil teacher who has taken his place is as yet young in his work but he seems V3ry anxious to do well." Signed' Rev A. G. Adamson, diocesan inspector. ° LAMPETER. RURIDECANAL MEETINO.—A meeting of the clergy and laity in the rural deanery of Upper Sub- Aeron was held in the board room of the work- house, Lampeter, on Thursday. The rural dean (the Rev Henry Morgan, rector of Llanddewi Aberarth) presided. The object of the meeting was to elect delegates to the next Conference of the diocese of St David's. Captain Longcroffc, Lone, Mr William Jones, Llwynygroes, and Mr Jones,' banker, were appointed lay delegates, and the vot- ing for the clerical delegates resulted as follows :— The Vicar of Lampeter (Rev Daniel Jones), 11 the Rector of Llangranog (Rev James Griffiths), 10; the Vicar of Aberayron (Rev W. 0. Eftwards), 3. The two first-named were accordingly elected. The rural dean is third clerical delegate. r HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS.-Notable Facts.—Intense heat augments the annoyances of skin disease and encouiages the development of febrile disorders*; therefore they should, as they can be, be removed by these detereent and purifying preparations. 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