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THE JUBILEE AT ST. DAVID'S.

. ILOCAL AND DISTRICT NOTES.

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LOCAL AND DISTRICT.

CARDIGAN.

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CARDIGAN. CARDIGAN AGRICULTURAL CLUB.—At a meeting of the members of this society, held on Saturday, June 30, at the Black Lion Hotel in this town, it was unanimously re- solved that a Cattle Show should take place at Cardigan as usual, in the month of August. 0 THE CORONERSHIP.-The coronership for the lower division of Cardiganshire is about to become vacant by the resignation of Dr. Phillips. Mr. J. W. Evans, soli- citor, Newcastle-Emlyn, is a candidate for the vacancy. Mr. Evans has acted several years as deputy coroner. INCORPORATE LAW SOCIETY'.—Mr. J. PictonM. George, eldest son of Mr. W. G. George, solicitor, of this town, successfully passed his final examination at the Incorporate Law Society, previously to being admitted a solicitor of the supreme court. SCHOOL BOARD, MONDAY, JULY l.-Present Dr. Thomas, chairman,[Messrs. Asa J. Evans and O. P. Davies. Cheques for the quarterly salaries were ordered to be drawn, and the meeting was adjourned until Monday, when the accounts will be produced previous to being audited CARDIGAN UNION SCHOOL ATTENDANCE COHMITTEE.— At a meeting held on Saturday, June 30th, Mr. R. D. Jinkins in the chair, six other members being also present, the Chairman read returns from the Aberporth (National), Manordeify Upper, Cilgeran (National), St. Dogmell's (British), Dinas (Undenominational), Moel- grove (British), St. Dogmell's (National), and Llandwy- wydd Church Schools, of the average number of attend- ances for the weeks ending May 5, 12, 19, 26, and June 2 and 9, the increase in numbers being very apparent since the formation of this committee. It was decided that local committees should be appointed for the parishes affected by the Act, and that the members present should bring a list of persons for that purpose at the next meet- ing, the absentees to be communicated with by the Clerk. A letter was read from the Local Government to the effect that no expense in connection with the Act could be sanc- tioned without the express sanction of the Board. Four bills for the distribution of pamphlets and placards ex- plaining the Act were allowed to be paid by the Board of Guardians. The next meeting of the Board will be on Saturday, the 28th July. BOARD OF GUARDIANS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27.—Present: Mr. J. T. W. James, chairman, Mr. T. H. Brenchley, Rev. J. M. Davies, Messrs. T. Williams, T. Thomas, B. Rees, tW. George, J. George, S. Jenkins, Capt. Bowen, O. Thomas, Thomas Jones, and Thomas Llewellyn. Statistics.—Number of inmates in the house for the fortnight ending Sunday, June 2J, 103 corresponding week 1876, 89. The total charge to the common fund of the union for the half-year ending Lady-day last was £ 3,83f> 3s. 6(1.: maintenance in the house, £ 224 19s. 3d.; out-relief, t3,118 5s. 2d.; lunatics, £ 451; salaries' Z231 6s. 8(1. There was no business of public interest. TOWN COUNCIL, THURSDAY, JUNE 28. -Present: The Mayor, Alderman Thomas, Messrs. Asa J. Evans, J. Lewis, Levi James, Lewis Evans, W. Woodward, Stephen Davies, D. S. Davies, O. P. Davies, and Dr. Phillips. The Clay Pits.- Mr. Lewis Evans said that about twelve of the Corporation met and visited the clay pits, and after carefully looking over the place they came to the same conclusion as the appointed committee, that the place was thoroughly exhausted, and that it was quite time to look out for another place. It was proposed that a committee be selected to have an interview with tho churchwardens and overseers at once, as it was a metter of great importance to the poor e¡;pecial1y. New Corporate Seal.—The new seal and press of the Corpor- ation were approved of. On the motion of Alderman Thomas, seCOflded by Mr. Asa J- Emns, it was resolved that the old seal be cancelled and ahancloned henceforth, and that the new seal now procured be adopted as the common sail of the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses the borough of Cardigan.—Mr. Asa J. Evans proposed that the old seal and appjndetges be put in a glass case, and that the Governors of University College of Wales be asked to deposit it in their museunl-Seconded by Mr. Woodward, and carried unanimously. Sallitary.-A letter w&s read -from Mr. Thsmaa Griffiths, grocer, Pendre, complaining of the dreadful smell from the water running down the gutter from the gaol.—Mr. D. G. ,e.s Davies said the inner courts were being repaired.—Mr. Wood- ward The Governor is most anxious to do the work, but he cannot get men to do it.

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