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MERTUYK GUARDIANS. Saturday. Present: Messrs*. D. P. Dasies, J.P. fin the chair*, V. Davies, J.P., A!r. H. M. Richards, Messrs. J. E. Mills, Father O'Reilly, T. Thomas, T. Pylo, «T. Rees, Augustus 1> ivies, Airs. Margaret Williams, Alessrs. T. Harris. B. V. Howell. R. H. Rhys, J.P., T. Bevan, Rev. Aaron Da vies, L. P. Edwards, M. Trunin. J.P D. Hopkins, n. P. D. Fhillij)-, Isaac H. Jones, W. Phillips, ¡t.m Tiioma-, Canon Wade, Mrs. Emma i Williams, Messrs. T. H. Bailev, Joseph 0\Vl-.II, D. A bi aliam, Mrs. Peter Williams,A". A. Wills, D. Davics, D. James. T. Jenkins, J.P., J. lviward. D. Evans, I J. W. Alorgan, W. Williams, J. E. Jen!;ins, Thomas Morris, J. Rogers, J.P., aud F. T. Jatnes (clerk). Tin-: USIIKK WHO COLXDN'T Av-roiti).—A fortnight ago a man from Birkenhead, named Ford, apj>earcd Ijcfore the Guardians, and said he couldn't afford just then to contiibute two (drillings a week towards the maintenance of his father. He was an usher in Judge Wyune Foulkes' county-coarts, and received a salary of £ 9 a month. The Guardian.- confirmed the order. Now Mr. F'ord's solicitors wrote to the Board, stating that any further communication the Guardians had to send should lie directed to them.—The Boaid left the matter in the hands of the clerk. SuAix-ros.—Two cases of small-ixn were reported from Dowlais and one from Aberaarc. The houses had been disinfected, and the patients removed to the hospitals. — A letter bearing on the subject was read from the. Mefthvr District Council, and the clerk was instructed to reply that. every precaution- was taken to prevent the spread of the disease, and a notice issued advising the public to be re-vaccinated. The Guardians were urged to set the public an example in this matter. TTTK AUEUDAKK RI'I-H'-VINU OmoKRsnrr' ONCE MORK.—The Clerk said he had received the certificate of birth of Air. Rees H. Price, whom the Board, at the previous tneeting, har) elected reliev ing officer for Abordare. The certificate showed that Air. Price was born on September 26th, ] 85rO, and he was therefore over the stipulated maximum age of 4: The clerk also read a letter from Mr. Pricc with- drawing his candidature, and expressing regret a' hav ing occa-iom-d this delay and trouble to the Board. When he sent in his application, be lu- lieved his age to 'oe 42.— Mr. T. Harries proj>osed that the oHiee re-advertised in the prc-s.- -Mr. R. II. Rhys thought that. if the advertisement appeared 011 Monday, they could proeeed to the election on Saturday. He pro- posed that that course bo adopted. Rev. Aaron Davies seconded. —Mi'- Wills moved that the three other candidates be asked to appear before the Board oil Saturday, when one of them could be chosen to fill the vacancy. He did nol see the iu*:d of advertising. — Mrs. D. AI. Richards seconded, and this was 1-t carried. Air. li, IL* Rhys proposed that all applicants •for posts carrying with them age limitation's should furuL.li certificate' uf birth.Tnis was seconded by Air. JI. Davies (Merthyr), and carried.—Canon Wado proposed liiat this resolution apply to the three candidates for tin relieving ollieership.—Air. i), Da ic». J-P., seconded the motion, which "a" crried.

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