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Porth Carnival and Sports Committee. A meeting of the above Committee was held on Monday evening, when Mr. Harry Lockston (in the absence of the presi- dent, Mr. W. T. Davies) presided over a very large attendance. The Chairman expressed his regret that Mr. Davies was unavoidably delayed by important professional business. He also explained that the reason why the Finance Committee had not convened that meet- ing sooner was because sums of money had been constantly coming in, and they could not close the accounts. The Secretary gave a very lucid account of all receipts and the expenditure in- curred, which was accepted, subject to auditing accounts. The total receipts amounted to jE659 Os. 6d., the expenditure being t334 2s. The balance in hand was expected to total approximately about t333. The Finance Committee recommended that the sum of t300 be granted to the hospital funds. The recommendation was unanimously adopted. It was further resolved that ten guineas be expended on a life governorship of the Porth Cottage Hospital upon Mr. D. Watts Morgan, C.C., for his energetic work on behalf of the above hospital. The secretary, Mr. Gwilym Morgan, was also voted an honorarium of thirteen guineas for his services. Messrs. T. A. Lewis, B.A., Cymmer, and Benjamin Williams (cashier), Porth, were elected to audit the books. It was also decided to have a dinner to wind up the business.

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