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+ PontyDridd Guardians.



+ PONTYPRIDD GUARDIANS. The weekly meeting of the Guardians was held! on Wednesday, Mr Godfrey L. Clark, J.P., prepq siding over a fair attendance. LLANFABON'S MEDICAL OFFICER. In accordance with his notice of motion, MjJ E. H. Davies, J.P., proposed that Dr Leigbl should be re-appointed as medical officer, and vaccination officer for the district of Llanfabon. This appointment might perhaps not be in ac-o cordance with the views of the Local Govern-d ment Board, but they had no other applicant. He, therefore, proposed that Dr LeiLh should be re-appointed as from May last, when his former appointment expired. Mr Alfred Jones seconded, and the resolutiolt was unanimously carried. PAUPER LUNATICS. Mr E. H. Davies proposed that a coiyiraitteex consisting of one member from each parish. should be appointed to visit the Bridgend asy- lums to see the paupers chargeable to the Union. II; was customary about this time of the yeatt to do so. Alderman W. Morgan, J. seconded anJ Messrs Edward Williams (Pontypridd). William Thomas (Llantrisant), Alfred Jones (Eglwysilan), William Williams (Llanwonno), Lewis Williams (Llantwit), E. H. Davies, J.P. (Ysfradyfodwg).- and John Edwards (Llanfabon), were appointej the date of the visit being fixed for Saturday fortnight. HOLIDAYS FOR THE MEMBERS. Mr William Evans, Tonyrefail, in accordance with his notice of motion, proposed that the Board should adjourn to the 25th inst., and from the 25th to September 8th. He thought* many of the members would like to take their, holidays just now, and after doing so he had uct doubt but that they would come back physically; and mentally refreshed, and ready to serve thEi interests of the ratepayers. (Hear, hear). Mr Daniel Bryant seconded, and the motioit was earned.

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