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South Wales aid Monmouthshire Sanitary Inspectors. -|1898-03-12|Glamorgan Free Press - Welsh Newspapers
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South Wales aid Monmouthshire Sanitary Inspectors. Dr E. Watford, medical officer of health, Car- diff, presided over a meeting of the Seuth Wales and Monmouthshire Sanitary Inspectors' Asso- ciation held at the Cardiff Town Hall on Satur- day. There was a large attendance of members. Mr M. Roderick, road and sewer inspector, Rhondda, was adopted as an associated mem- ber of the association. Messrs Lasoelles Carr and David Dunoan, Cardiff, were nominated as honorary members. Messrs A. E. Leyshon (Barry) and David J. Johns (Pontypridd) were elected auditors. The Sanitary Inspectors' Superannuation Bill which it is proposed to introduce in Parliament, was then discussed. The secretary read what had transpired at the Council meeting where the matter had been under consideration. and stated that a. letter of regret had been received from Dr Williams, county medical officer, for being absent on ac- count of illness. Having reoeived a copy of the new journal he quite agreed with the motto, "Heb iechyd baich yw bywyd." The Chairman: I quite agree with him. (Laughter). Mr W. J. Hughes (Rhondda) moved a vote of sympathy with their president in his flness. This was seconded by Mr A. E. Leyshon, and carried. Proceeding to the discussion upon the Bill, Mr A. E. Leyshon proposed that the president, (Dr Williams), and secretary (Mr J. Towy Thomas) be apointed a deputation to wait upon the Parliamentry members of Monmoutbshire and Glamorganshire to secure their support. This he thought would be money well spent. (Hear, hear). Mr D. Vaughan proposed a resolution support- ing the Bill. Mr R. C. Jenkins, Cefn, seconded the motion, which was ultimately carried. Mr W. J. Hughes, who expressed himself in favour of the Bill, was of opinion that they should not now mutilate the Bill in its infancy. They would have an opportunity of improving upon it when it reached the Committee stage in the House of Commons. Mr A. E. Leyshon again proposed a resolution appointing the pre- sident and secretary to visit the different mem- bers of Parliament. Upon the suggestion of Mr J. T. Owen (Mer- thyr) Mr Ley hon agreed to include Dr Her- bert Jones (the treasurer). The motion was then seconded by Mr Warren (Cardiff) and carried. The chairman congratulated Dr Jones. Mr Towy Thomas (secretary), and Mr W. Frazer (Cardiff), upon the way in which they had ar- ranged the new journal. (Hear, hear). Several members expressed themselves as being pleased with the "get up" of the journal, which, by the way, is printed and published at the "Free Press' 'offices.

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