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CAN Y GWYLIAU.

LARGE NUMBER OF NEEDY PEOPLE,

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LARGE NUMBER OF NEEDY PEOPLE, Who, with the best intentions, and with the' great- est repugnance to anything like public charity, find themselves at this winter opening,without a plaee to lay their heads. Many are overland emigrants, land- ed here without friends or money; the Virginia dis- aster also has the effect to swell the ranks of the destitute. These, with the number usually in our midst whose resources, always of the scantiest, are now exhausted, combine to form an abnormally large hard-up element in our population, and of all others they have the best real ground for dissatisfac- tion with the present state of affairs. No doubt there will be more than the average of destitution in San Francisco the coming winter, and it would be an act of wisdom to devise some scheme of systema- tized relief. Men must live, and if maintenance is not to be procured by fair means, foul means will be sought.

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CENADWRI YR ARLYWYDD.