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SWANSEA HARBOUR TRUST ELECTION.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. .

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. --I

HOUSE OF LORDS.-FRIDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS. --FRIDAY.

MR. ODGER ON THE HOUSE OF…

MERTHYR.

NEATH.

LLANTRISSANT.

CARDIFF.

NEW TREDEGAR.

YSTRAD.

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YSTRAD. VESTRY MEETING. -At a vestry held on Thursday last Mr. S. W. Welby, in the chair, to take into considera- tion. the propriety of erecting a hospital to accommodate small-pox patients, as requested by the local government board, the business was introduced by the chairman reading a letter from the latter authority dated the 15th ult. ,advisinglthem to take ImmedIat.e.steps to erect sufficient accommodation to meet the requirements of the parish in epidemic visitations. It was resolved that it is at present premature to provide hospital accommodation, but in case any urgent necessity arises in the opinion of our medical advisers, we hold ourselves ready to make such provision with promptitude. The following gentlemen were elected to serve on the Sanitary Board for 1872: Evan Williams, George Evans, John John, Treherbert; T. D. Phillips, Evan Evans, Treorky S. W. Kelly. D. Treharne, E.Morgan, Ystrad; J. R. Thomas, D. Davies, W. Richards, John Williams, Lax. A vote of thanks to the Chairman, and to the retiring members, concluded the business of the day. We are requested to state, that the resolution adopted at a recent vestry meeting, referred to a "dissinfecting house," and not an hospital as reported. °

SWANSEA.

NEWPORT.

PONTYPRIDD.

-LLANELLY.

ABERDARE.

;:CARMARTHEN.

DINAS.

SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1872. .