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AT EIN DARLLENWYR.

BOB YN DDWRNAD.

MERTHYR POLICE-COURT.

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AUTHORS' FEES IN MERTHYR.

MERTHYR GUARDIANS.

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MERTHYR GUARDIANS. Saturday. Present: Messrs. J). P. Davies, J.P. (in the chair), Rev. Aaron Davies, J. Lloyd, J Mills, M. Truran, J.P., J. Rees, Mrs. D. M. Richards, Mrs. Margaret Williams, Dan Thomas, Mrs. Peter Willia-ns, Edward Edwards, J. Edwards, Augustus Davies, D. Davies, Father O'Reilly, D. Abraham, Joseph Owen, T. Morris, T. Jenkins, J.P., H. W. Martin, T. H. Bailev, J.P., D. James, J. W. Morgan, T. Williams, J.P., ,,a J. H. Jones, T. Pyle, E. D. Howell, Tudor Williams, T. Harries, and F. T. James (clerk). THE PENSIONS QUESTION AGAIN. On the minutes being read, Mr. D. Davies asked, in connection with the above, whether there was a Parliamentary Bill before the Board last Saturday.—The Clerk replied in the affirmative.—Mr. Davies further asked what the contributions which the Bill pro- vided w ere to be paid into the unions' funds for the purpose of superannuation. Mr. Dan Thomas: He is out of order, Mr. Chairman.—Chairman Nt), Mr. Davies is in order you are out of order. -The Clerk explained the principle on which the Bill was draw 11, and the matter dropped. TENDERS.—A special committee meeting of the whole Board was arranged for to-day (Thursday) at half-past one to open and accept tenders for provisions, &c. MASTER'S HEI'DUT. -M r. Pearecy reported the number in +hc House to be 3!J7 corresponding ivet-k, 401. ANOTHER PAIR OF BOOTS -A request was read for a pair of boots for a pauper living outside the Union. This time it was Crickhowell. not Wrex- ham.- On the proposition of the Rev. Aaron Davies, seconded by Mr. J. Lloyd, the boots were granted. FUNERAL EXPENSES.—At the last meeting it was resolved to pay 1:7 Os. tld. to a Dowlais man, who claimed £ 10 7s. 9d., the expenses of burying a pauper.—The Clerk now said the question was a more difficult one than lie had thought at first, and lie was now of opinion that the Board were not liable to the extent they had gone at the last meeting.—Mr. H. W. Morgan agreed with the clerk. After further discussion, the matter was left in the clerk's hands. POKTIK AWL I{J.:s-r.Thc annual subscription to the abovn it stitution was order to be paid. -Ten admission tickets had been received from the llcst.

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A FACE FROM THE DEAD.

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THE WELSH LANGUAGE.

ABERDARE SCHOOL BOARD..