Merthyr Board of Guardians. On Saturday.—Present: Mr Charles Fenwiek, in the chair, and Mr J. Prowle (vice-chairman)), Mrs A. N. Jenkins, Mrs Maria Richards, Mrs Lydia Price, Misg Hettie Jones, Mrs Williams, Mrs H. E. Wills, Revs. A. E. Sutherland, William Thomas, D. L. Jones, W. A. Jones, Messrs David Edwards, David Jones (Hirwain), John Hugh, ,m>.es Rees. Thomas Morgan, D. J. Philips, Wiliam Thomas, Evan Davies, Samuel Davies, W. LI. Jones, Staffron Bolwell, John Davies, Patrick Manefield, Henry Owen J. Aurelius, Samuel Thomas, A. J. Howfield, T. T. Jenkins, William Jones, Edwin Thomas, Samuel Morgan, John Harris, David Evans, William Davies, Joseph Price, Morgan Thomas, and Roger Vaughan, with Mr F. T. James (clerk), and Mr G. A. Cook (as- sistant clerk). TRAINING SCHOOL CONTRACTORS. At the last meeting fault was found with the oonfcnaetors of the Training School, Trecynon, for the slow progress made, and Messrs John Morgan and Son (Aberdare), Ltd.. now replied stating that 15 men were employed on the job at the building, and 8 in the shop pre- paring material for same. They fur- -r ther wished to point out that the delay in the work had been partly caus- ed by the long illness aud the subse- oent death of Mr Roderick, the man- aging director. The weather during the early part of the work had also been exceptionally bad. The letter referred ,lar8P amount of work that had n nU ^18factorily carried out for the the firm, and added that thp* tsP now able to speed up with Ali- School contract. im>- t 0(^er*ck, the architect, report- to testifvtw5^' said he was pleased satist'aettJ^ contractors had made week Pr^ess during the past so, taking into con- The CWv Whits^ holidays. sion the discus- sion would be well toJ! kad i?me «bev- .ice for a whik 'S™ th,ngS Mr Rees Rees: There is a lot of truth m what they statp in thetr letter. GRANDFATHER LIABLE. Was a ^engthy discussion as 'against ETSSi' bewwVaifd-that »«f age. "d<Hne that he »sM i, i'?" ""egested that he he Mr Pry a ,week. motion +« +' i supported the known S take Proceedings. He had for acre J Where no consideration at all, so why should He (Mr Pvlr01^ s^own in this case. Rhillipg) had an inkling that Oppoewl taking proceedings be-. He ha»i 6 im,an turned in certain circles. 2™. stated distinctly that he paid lroa-n ^ear with board to his houee- trueer' this now proved to be un- The Clerk said that in the case of a grandfather the magistrates required Tery strong evidence. He would sug- gest that proceedings be abandoned for the present, and that the man be asked Pay 3s per week> This course was ultimately adopted by a majority of 4. THE RIGHT TO GET M"O" '^ie Master reported that the baker employed at the Workhouse t™e ed from his leave of absence th| influence of drink He had cautione on eeveral occasions. The Chairman suggested that matter be referred to the House Com fllilTO6 Mr J. Prowle: Relegate it to the ladies. They can give him a fine lect- ure. Mr Sam Thomas: Has not a Jf perfect right to get drunk *hen dutv? Mr Prowle: Yes, but he has no right to return here in that state. ttouse The matter was referred to the Committee. INDEBTEDNESS OF VARIOUS PAR- ISHES. The Chairman explained that on the last poor rate the various Par1 ^ber- the following sums to the TTm° ^erthyr> dare, £ 2000; Gelligaer.. £ 417; < £ 3000 Penderyn, £ 297; Bbig .'„ The and Vaynor, £ 465; total, JBlprec<jpt Guardians owed on the Cou^i y clerk £ 11.000, and he suggested that write to the overseers of tlie tteir parishes calling upon them to P dues, so that the Guardians "li- able to pay the £ 11,000 without incur ring an overdraft. nwk said In reply to a question the Bank there was a credit balance m .f X6,417. REFUSED TREATMENT. A phthisical ease was brought to the notice of the Board in which it was stated the subject, who was in receipt t mit relief and was the father of a ? family had refused treatment at Ito? t S iud al*> "fused to go to iTnion's sanatorium at Pontsarn. Mr John Prowle thought this was a in which proceedings might be m- touted aSnSf the man for ■«« w children unnecessarily to aan^er. The Clerk He won't go into the sana- ihe cierK. ur treatment, torium, he won t taKe >oui was dedde^toVffe/rpla^ce ik the house to the man. WATER SUPPLY AT ABERCWMBOI. The following letter, received from the ■Aberdart surveyor w^s jead^at Children's Homes Committee. Dear Sir,—I am sorry that I not meet the deputation Guardians yesterday nor to-da understand that they wish to see> me in reference to the water supplj Coktage Homes, Abercwmboi. last fortnight the water supply > much improved through et^ tfoned some pipes in the school. As in to vou yesterday on the ph°n > Coiiocil have decided to ™«ea» th"^ mains all the way from Comme g Street, Aberdare, to Abercwm^i- e ^ntrac|d for thus work has been let and the work will be the course of a tew weeks, as we get the pipes. I may also stato that the supply from Merthyr will be av ail able next August, and with this swppi> there will be an increased pressure throughout the wnole of the lower part of the district. Will vou kindlv make this known to your Committee Meeting to-morrow ?—Yours faithfullt, OWEN WILLIAMS. It was resolved that no further action be taken in the matter for the present. FARMS COMMITTEE-A PROTEST. The above Committee reported as fol- lows:—A Special Meeting of the Farm Committee was held .at the Training School Aberdare, on the 2nd June. Pres- ent: Mr Hfcnry Owten. Chairman, Messrs Ree# Rees and A. J. Hownead. Head telegram from Mr John Prowle stating that the Labour members pro- tested against the conduct of the Chair- man in convening this meeting. The Chairman explained that he had convened the special meeting as he considered the business of an urgent nature, and that he was not aware that the Labour members had a Conference at Cardiff. The Committee considered whether it would be in the interest of the Board to Tack the whole of the Land this year, rather than to lay a part of it out for Hay. Finding that previous arrange- ments had been made, they deferred consideration of the matter until the next ordinary meeting. Mr Henry Owen,, referring to the above report, said: "Mr Prowle has impugated my conduct in calling a special meeting of the farms committee on Tuesday last. I may say that I was not aware that there was a Labour con- ference at Cardiff on that day. and I think it is time that the board should know who is the leader of the Labour party on this board, so that we shall be able to consult with that gentleman -vs to the convening of meetings. J called this meeting on urgent business. 1 had no intention of slighting the Labour party. The sending of the telegram was, therefore, nothing but a waste oi money." Mr John Prowle: 1 don't want to enter into a wordy debate. As soon as Mr Owen became chairman of the farms committee he did nothing but ftnd fault. What I protest against is that he came there and started bossing our staff like a Czar of Russia. (Laughter.) Mr Owen: I have not been finding fault with anything but things as they are. The Chairman (Councillor Fenwick): Whatever Mr Owen has done I think he did it in the best interests of the board. Evidently Mr Owen did not know there was a standing committee on the same evening. The minutes of the special meeting of the farms committee were finally adopt- ed. WOMEN ONLY. It was reported that at a meeting of the House Committee, only 3 guardians were present, vie., Mrs Richards (in the c-hair), Mrs Edmun3s and Mrs Williams. Another Committee Meeting was held on Friday evening, when there was not a single male member present. NOTICE OF MOTION. The Chairman moved "That the Guardians hereby consent to the hiring of all that piece or parcel of land, con- taining by admeasurement 4848 square yards, or thereabouts, situate at Pont- jnorlais, adjoining the Workhouse In- firmary, in the Parish of Merthyr Tydfil, which piece of land is more particularly delineated and edged pink on the plan annexed to the lease, for a term not exceeding 90 years, at an annual rental not exceeding £"28. The said land to be appropriated for such purposes relating to the relief of the Poor as the Guard- ians may, with the consent of the Local Government Board, direct." The motion was agreed to. SPECIAL COMMITTEE re IN- CREASED REPRESENTATION. The report of the Deputation appoint- ed by the Committee to interview the Merthyr Town Council was submitted by the Rev. Ll. M. Williams, Mr Owen, and the Chairman, from which it was under- stood that the Town Council would be prepared to support the Guardians in their application for increased repre- sentation. From the Statistics submitted by the Clerk, it appeared that as regards the Parish of Aberdare, the following was the number of Population per Member according to the existing Representation based upon the estimated Population at the present time: -LI-A-vdcoed Ward, population 8,873; members, 3; popula- tion per member, 2,957. Gadlvs, 9,247; 3; 3,082. Town, 9,322; 3; 3,107. BIaen- gwawr, 9,125; 3; 3,041. Aberaman, 16,217; 3; 5,405. The Committee having'discussed the elaims of the various Parishes as in- dicated by the figure-s set forth above, unanimously decided to adjourn further consideration of the subject until a re- ply has been received from the Merthyr Town Council to the application submit- ted to them by the Deputation appoint- ed by the Committee. The Chairman was authorised to convene the next Meeting on hearing from the Clerk that such reply has been received.
Abercynon Recreation Ground Committee. This committee recommended that £ 3,000 be offered for 9.1,) acres of land between Ynysboeth and Abercynon, on the side of the river, for the purpose of a recreation ground. The Surveyor said that the price i worked out at slightly over £ 300 per acre.—Both reports were adopted.
Valuing properties. Letters had been received from Messrs. Ryde and Sons, expert valuers, London, asking for information re gas and water undertakings to assist them in their work of valuing certain proper- ties in the Union. Mr Thomas Jones said they should be very careful in giving this information. Mr J. Powell: Yes. As the police say, "it may be used as evidence against us at our trial." Mr D. Rogers pointed out that if they did not give this information, the works would be assessed at an absurd figure, and the Council would have to appeal against it. Finally, it was resolved that the offi- cials give the required information, and that a small committee be elected to co-operate with the officials.
Scarcity of Water. The Sur veyor's report contained an item deallllg with the water supply. 1116 rainfall last month was 3.31 inches compared to 3.5 in the same month last year. So far this month the rainfall was only .2 inches. The quantity of water in the reservoir at present was about 42 million gallons, and the Coun- cil would have to' consider at once the advisability of restricting the supply. He recommended that the supply be cut off from 10.30 p.m. to 8.30 a.m. every night. He thought these hours 0 would be the most convenient for the workmen. Mr Thomas Jones said that the hours We\re VTV y inconvenient. rff Rogers asked what was the difference between the present storage and that of last June. Surveyor: We are down about 6 million gallons. Mr W. Davies suggested that the water be turned on at 6 a.m. instead of 8.30 a.m. That might obviate the necessity of storing water over night. necessity of storing water over night. It would be well to draw the attention of the public to the need of saving water. Mr G. H. Hall moved that stop tap be from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. This was seconded and carried. Mr D. Rogers: What is the amount of water we use everv day? Surveyor: About 2i gallons per head —close on a million gallons a day. Capt. Evans: By Jove, we are a thirsty lot. Mr Hall: I am sure you would rather see the people drink water than any- thmg else. (Laughter.Y Mr W. Millar asked what would be their position if a fire occurred any- where when the water was off. The Surveyor said they could turn the water on in five minutes only to be informed where the fire was. Capt. Evans: A man must be in league with the Suffragettes to know that. (Laughter.) Mr Hall: Who should we have to in- form if a fire broke out at Penrhiwcei- ber ? Surveyor Call at the Gasworks.
Earlier Holidays. Prominent notice has been given iecent,ly in the public, press elsewhere to the movement in fav- our of earlier holidays. Many advantages are to be gained by faking the summer holidays earlier than in the customary month of August, when the freshness of summer is fading. In the spring and early summer nature is at. its best; the weather is usually finer and the days longer. Mr H. Hamilton Fyfe writing in the "Daily News" last year, after pointing out the limitations of August as a holiday month, continued Ihis ,argument as follows: In August all trains are packed; hotels and boarding houses overtltiw: rooms are hard to find. Prices are at their highest, yet for the highest price you cannot expect the best attendance; there are too many to be attended to at once. There are crowds every- where yet nobody benefits. The mania for August is a misfortune all round." The Great Western Railway welcomes and supports the movement for earlier holidays and to encourage that move- ment it has been arranged to introduce excursion facilities earlier this year than hitherto. The transport of the large number of passengers travelling on the Saturday before August Bank Holiday, due to the concentration upon the month of August for holidays in the past. has severely taxed the resources of the rail- ways. and in the interests of all the Great Western Railway would urge upon the August holiday-maker the de- sirability. where oossible, of travelling on a day other than Saturday, August 1st; If all those taking the summer vacation in August who can,, will jour- ney before or after: the Saturday pre- ceding August Bank Holiday, and so relieve the congestion felt in the past on the Saturday, the comfort and con- venience of passengers will material- ly enhanced. FRANK POTTER, May, 1914. General Manager.
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Mountain Ash District Council On Tuesday, Mr Griffith Evans, J.P., in the chair. The other members pres- ent were: Messrs. Thomas Jones, Dd. Rogers, Noah Bowles, T. W. Jones. Evan Morris, Chas. Maddox, G. H. Hall, J. Powell, Wm. Davies, W. Mil- lar, and Capt. G. A: Evans, J.P., with Mr Arthur Pincombe (clerk), Mr 1". Stock (accountant), and Mr W. G. Thomas (surveyor), Mr D. T. Evans (collector) and Mr H. T. Jones (sani- tary inspector).
An Old Wedding Custom. Street Lamps and MtJtor Car Damaged. Super. E. Hecs, Aberdare, said he had received a report from P.O. Johns and P.C. Ross, Penrhiwceiber, with regard to damage to the Council street lamps at Penrhiwceiber on May 27th. The two officers named were in hiding for another purpose when they saw four persons tying a rope across the road from one lamp-post to another. A car afterwards came along, conveying a wedding party, and ran into the rope with the result that the lamp pillars were bent, damage 15s., and the car was also damaged to the extent of £t5. The constables interviewed the persons who tied the rope, and all except one admitted participating in the offence. Mr Thomas Jones remarked that tying a rope in front of a wedding party was an old custom in Wales. In the case under discussion the car swerved and nearly went down the hill abutting Penrhiwceiber Hall. Capt. Evans moved that proceedings be taken against the men, and Mr T. W. Jones seconded. Mr Thomas Jones remarked that many people had had to submit to that custom. Probably the men had no thought of doing damage. The ropo proved to be stronger than the lamp- post, with the result that the latter gave way. Mr G. H. Hall suggested that letters be sent to the offenders asking them to pay the 15s. damages. Mr E. Morris and Mr W. Davies agreed to this. Mr J. Powell asked if the police were entitled to a reward in this case. Mr G. H. Hall: In that case the men must be asked to pay the 20s. reward also. Mr. Thomas Jones: Yes, let them pay all the expenses incurred by the Coun- cil. This course was unanimously agreed to.
Attractions of Newtown. A discussion took place on a motion to lay flagstones in Rock Street, Dar- renlas. Mr. W. Davies strongly sup- ported this, and added that the street as it was was "a disgrace to any Par- ish, leave alone Mountain Ash." Mr Noah Bowles supported. Capt. Evans asked if it was not time to do something in other districts. Whv not give some attention to Newtown, for instance. Mr Rogers having supported the motion, Mr W. Millar remarked that many main streets had to put up with gravel, and here the Council proposed laying a pavement in on out-of-the-wav street. Rock Street was scarcelv visited by anybody except the members for that district. (Laughter.) He objected to the extravagance of this motion, and he moved an amendment that the street be not flagged. Mr W. Davies said he wished to replv to Capt. Evans. He (Mr Davies) had no objection to improvements being carried out in other districts, Newtown for instance. (Mr Bowles: The West End.) But it should be explained that the biggest part of Newtown Streets had been repaired, while Mountain Ash had been neglected. Capt. Evans: Question, question. Stick to facts. I would like to know, to begin with, when were you in New- town last P Mr W. Davies: I am in Newtown as often as you. (Laughter.) Mr Thomas .Jones: Coming from two widowers that is very significant. (Loud laughter.) Mr N. Bowles: Any widows there- • M rW. -Millar: I remember now see- ing Mr Davies coming from that direc- tion. (Laughter.) After further discussion the Council divided on "flags v. gravel" in Rock Street. The former carried.
Complaints. Mr Chas. MacWox referred to the need of a urinal somewhere between Carnetown and Ynvsboeth. ¥r Tu ^T°nts 'remarked that he had called the Surveyor's attention to this matter some time ago. Mr G. H. Hall said there ought to be a urmal on the road at the end Ol. Pen- rhiwceiher Colliery. Mr W. Davies 'referred to the bad state of Miskin urinal. Mr D. Rogers asked when the Coun- cil were going to carry out their resolu- tion of repairing the pavement in Glyn Street, Ynysybwl, and Mr J. Powell re- ferred to the dust nuisance at the bot- tom of Darran Road, Mountain Ash.
Ynysybwl and Scarlet Fever. The Medical Officer reported that the following number of cases of infectious diseases had occurred in the district since the last meeting Scarlet fever, 23; diphtheria, 2; erysipelas, 1; tuber- culosis, 1. Dr. Llewelyn Williams re- ported certain parents in Ynysybwl for allowing their child, who had scarlet fever, to go out on the street. There were now three cases of scarlet fever in that house. Several members spoke in favour of taking proceedings against the par- ents. Mr Hogers suggested that the Clerk write a letter of warning to them. A resolution was passed, Mr Rogers dissenting, to summon the parents.
New Vicarage. The plans submitted by the Sur- veyor included one for a new Vicarage at Abercvnon.
Electric Lighting Committee. The above committee reported that they had considered Mr McLeod's re- port on the proposed electric lighting of Abercvnon and Penrhiwceiber. They had also considered offers for sites, and had resolved to offer L,-)O for one site at Abertat for the purpose of a station.
Underground Sleeping Kitchens. The Clerk reported the. receipt of an order from the Local Government Board dealing with underground kitchens which were used as sleeping apartments.
Claim for Easement. The Clerk reported on the claim of the Merthyr Board of Guardians for rent in connection with the laying of water pipes on the Industrial Farm grounds, Trecynon. He suggested that a lump sum of C2 be offered. That would be better than enter into corres- pondence, because every solicitor's let- ter would cost 3s. or 4s. The Clerk's advice was adopted.
Proposed Billposting Wall. The Aberaman and Aberdare and District Billposting Co. applied for per- mission to build a wall for billposting purposes at Nixon's Crossing, Moun- tain Ash.—Resolved to refuse per- mission. 'W
Wedding Bells. DAVIES-JENKINS. i The marriage took place at Nolton Presbyterian Church, Bridgend, on Thursday, June 4th, of Miss Mary Blanche Jenkins, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Thos. Jenkins, Nolton Villa, Bridgend, to Mr Idns Thomas Davies, a clerk at the County Court, Bridgend, eldest eon of Air Joshua Davies, of Aberdare. The Rev. W. J. Thomas, Bridgend, assisted by the Rev. D. Evans, Bridgend, and the Rev. W. Davies, M.A., Aberdare, officiated. Mr W. Davies presided at the organ. The sacred edifice was prettily decorated. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a charming dress of cream brocaded silk, with floral design, and trimmed with lace. She wore a white tegal hat trimmed with lace, and white satin ribbon and roses, and carried a sheaf of lilies. The two bridesmaids were Miss Enid Gaze and Miss Irene Jenkins, nieces of bride, and they wore dresses of blue silk and mop caps, and carried bouquets of pink and white sweet peas. Mr David John Davies, brother of the bridegroom, performed the duties of best man. After the ceremony a re- ception was held at Nolton Vilia, and the newly married couple shortly after left for Llandudno, where the honey- moon is being spent.
Local Will. Mr William Davies, of 9, East-avenue, Gadlys, Aberdare, retired engine-driver, who died on April 24 last, left estate of the gross value of X4,793, of which the net personalty has been sworn at £ 3,677. Probate of his will, dated October 13 last, with a codicil of Nov- emher 17, has been. granted to his bro- ther. Mr Henrv Davies, timberman, of 10, East-avenue, Aberdare, and Rev. R. Williams. Cavinistic Methodist minister, of Tanvbrvn-street, Aberdare. The test- ator left ioO to the minister and deacons of Nazareth Welsh Calvinistic Method- ist Chapel, Aberdare, for use as they in their discretion may decide, either for current expenses or otherwise for the bnefit of that chapel and its congrega- tion. He left a house. 11, Monk-street, Aberdare, to his niece Joan Edith Jones, ,;Cl() to his uncle Benjamin Reynolds, cr5 to each of his cousins Elizabeth Morgan and Edith Lewis, £ 5 to his nephew William Henry Davies, and subject to the maintenance of a home for his sister Marv, he left the residue of his property to the children of his brother Henry.
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