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Retiring Chairman.

) The New Rate.

Cinemas and Censorship.

Medical Officer's Report.

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Medical Officer's Report. Scarlet fever, 2; diphtheria, 9; measles, 33; tuberculosis, 4. In the County annual report it was stated that the death rate of children under o years of age in the Mountain Ash area was 187 per 1,000. Dr. Jones said that comparing the record with those of urban areas, the proportion was very favourable to Mountain Ash. Dr. Jones added that it was very gratifying to see that since Mountain Ash Council had appointed health visitors the death rate among infants had consider- ably diminished. He would deal more fully with the subject in bis annual report. Mr. W. Lamburn said it would be well for the public to know what Dr. Jones had just said. The Council was often blamed for making this and that appointment, and for spending money. He was pleased that the Council had made the appointments referred to, and that such a good result had already ac- crued therefrom. In reply to Mr. Hall, Dr. Jones said that up to the present the health visi- tors visited the homes, and there was no arrangements for mothers to attend a centre to confer with the lady health visitors. This would, however, be -d. shortly arranged.

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Mountain Ash Tribunal.

OBITUARY.

RHEUMATISM-KIDNEY TROUBLE.

SILOA, ABERDARE.

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Member's Resignation.

Election of Chairman.

Vice.Chairmen. !j

ABERDARE SCHOOL OF COMMERCE.

YR lOiiAiN GYMREIG. !

Nodion.

HOREB, LLWYDCOED.

MUSICAL SUCCESS.

CALFARIA, ABERDARE.

THE "CREATION" AT ABERDARE.

CLYN NEATH MAN'S " GOOD-BYE."

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