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NOTES OF THE WEEK.

Carnarvon County Court.

Holyhead Board of Guardians.

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Holyhead Board of Guardians. The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Board was held on Tuesday, presided over by Mr J. N. Thomas. FTNAN CIAL.—The Clerk having] exa- mined the various outrelief lists, reported that the expenditure for the two weeks was Outrelief: Holyhead district, 1 Jo to Paupers ecrease, £ 3 12s 6d and 62 paupers. Aberffraw district, £ 51 3s 6d to 1/6 paupers; decrease, 7C2 6s and 25 paupers. Bodedern district, £ 47 16s to 193 paupers; decrease, £ 3 10s 6d and 28 paupers. A GRAN-T.-The Home Teaching Society for the Blind, tfangor wrote asking for a renewal of a grant of f-5, and stating that the balance at their bankers was under 30s. It was said that at least two persons at Aber- ffraw were receiving benefit from the societv. Miss Annie Roberts moved and Mr Parry seconded that me grant be renewed. This was parsed unanimously. ADDITIONS TO THE HOUSE. The Local Government Board wrote consenting to the plans of the new laundry and wash- house, as prepared by Mr Hughes, Valley. Th Board also consented to the money re- quired being borrowed. INCREASE OF SALARY.—T^e Holy- head Urban District Council wrote stating that the salary of Mr Rees Lloyd Davies, poor rate collector, had been increased. THANKS.—A letter was received from the relatives of the late Mr T. E. Ellis ac- knowledging the vote of sympathy passed with them in their bereavement.

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