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TREGARON. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.—A Few members of this society met on Tuesday, July 3, and resolved that that day fort- night a general meeting of the society should be held with a view of preparing the list of prizes for the present year. The secretary was instructed to acquaint those members who were absent that day of the meeting, and to request their attendance. It is to be hoped that farmers more generally will take a livelier interest in its welfare this year, and will co-operate with those few gentlemen to whose energy and zeal the show of last year owes its suc- cess. Their names are pretty well known in the neigh- bourhood. PETTY SESSIONS, TUESDAY, J-uNE 26TH. Before Mr. R. J. Davies and Major Phelp. Public House Canes.—John Jones, ot Wenallt Arms, Tregaron, was charged by Supt. John Lloyd, with keeping his house open for the sale of intoxicating liquors during closing hours.—Thomas Williams, of Tregaron, was also charged by the same complainant with being pre- sent at Wenallt Arms after closing hours. Both cases were dismissed. Pig -Superintendent Lloyd charged Morgan Lloyd, of Brynhope, with allowing his pigs to stray on the hi.-hway.-Fined 2s. 6d. and costs. Sureties of tlte Peace. -('atherine Lloyd, of Llanddewi, applied for sureties of the peace against John Lloyd, of the same place.—Defendant was bound over in £ 10, and two sureties in the like sum to keep the peace for three months. A Dog Worrying Sheep.—John Evans, of Llain, charged Thomas Morgan, of Lluest, with being the owner of a dog which had killed and maimed some of his sheep.—The case was adjourned to the next petty sessions. The Cymmrodorion Friendly Society. -IDiniel Evans, of Llanddewi, summoned John Rees, secretary of the Cym- mrodorion Friendly Society to recover certain weekly allowance due to him.—This case was also adjourned to the next sessions. BOARD OF GrARDIAS, TUESDAY, JULY 3.—Present Mr Daniel Evans (chairmen), The Rev. O. Davies, M.A., and Mr Hugh Jones (vice-chairmen), Mr. R. J. Davies. ex-officio" Messrs. John Rowlands, Bettws Leiki, David Jones, Blaen- penal, William Rees and David Jones, Caron Isclawdd, Wm. Jones, Caron Uwchclawdd, Wm. Williams, Llanbadarn- odwyn, David Davies, Llangeitho, Isaac Griffiths, Lledrod Lower, John Lloyd, Lledrod Upper, and T. W. Davies, Ysbvtty Ystwyth, David Williams, clerk. Statistics.—The amount expended in out-door relief during the past fortnight was £ 83 3s. 3u., the number of paupers being 485. Workhouse Site. -A letter was read from the Local Government Board acquainting the Guardians that they had received a report from Mr. Bircham, calling their attention to the necessity of protecting the Workhouse site from the encroachment of the adjoining river, as at flood time the stream undermined the bank below the Workhouse, and that although there was at present no immediate danger to the structure, it might in a few years time become a difficult matter to deal with.—In reply, the Clerk was instructed to inform the Local Government Board that the Guardians had already taken the necessary steps to obviate the danger referred to by Mr. Bircham. School Attendance Coiniiiitter.-A letter was read from the Clerk of the School Attendance Committee asking the sanction of the Guardians to the appointments of attendance officers in the three parishes under their jurisdiction. The appointments were approved by the Board. Attendance of Guardians.—Mr. David Davies, Llangeitho. gave notice that at the next meeting he would move that ali Guardians who do not put in an appearance at the Board before 10 30 a.m. shall, from henceforth, not have their names marked as being present in the list of attendance of Guardians kept by the Clerk. Workhcntse Bitild;itg.-Tk-e Clerk was directed again to call the attention of tke contnictors to the slow progress of the work- house and to urge its immediate completion as the delay is caus- ing a great loss to the Board. There was no other business besides going through the relief list. SANITARY AUTHORITY.—A meeting of this Authority was subsequently held under the presidency of the Rev. O. Davies, M.A. The Clerk presented a list of queries from the Public Works Loan Board, which were required to he answered before the loan towards the construction of sewers through the town of Tregaron could be obtained.—He was instructed to furnish all information required. The Chairman read a letter from Colonel Knight, the owner of the Lion Hotel, authorizing the Authority to construct the necessary drains on his premises, the cost of which he undep- took to repay.—It was resolved that the Clerk of the Works should get the work done forthwith. There was no other business of interest.






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