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Llanrwst Board of Guardians. The monthly meeting of this board was held on Tuesday, Mr John Roberts, J.P., presiding. Others present were Mr D. G. Jones (vice-chairman), Revs John Gower, H. Rawson Williams, Henry Jones Messrs John Hughes, John Berry, Edward Mills, W. G. Jones, John Davies, O. Lloyd Jones, T. T. Ro- berts, Owen Evans, Hugh Roberts, John Williams, David Jones (Llangernyw); with the Clerk (Mr Thomas Hughes); the Relieving Officers (Messrs O. Evans Jones and T. C. Roberts) and the Master (Mr Edward Hughes). RELIEF. Mr T. C. Roberts, relieving officer for the Pen- machno district, reported having relieved 138 paupers at a cost of ^73 ios. 8d., and a cheque for £ 38 was granted for the current fortnight.—Mr O. Evans Jones, the officer for Llanrwst, reported having relieved 154 paupers, at a cost of £ 125 3s. id., and a cheque for £56 was granted for the current fortnight. THANKS. The Master reported the receipt of magazines from Misses Halhed, Bryn Derwen, and Mrs Roberts, Avondale, to whom the thanks of the Board were accorded. CHRISTMAS DINNER. The Master asked on behalf of the inmates if the Christmas dinner was to be allowed this year as usual.—It was unanimously resolved that the dinner be granted. VOTE OF CONDOLENCE. The Chairman stated that one of the members had met with a bereavement during the past week. He referred to Mr David Owen, Maes Mawr, who had lost his wife, and he moved a vote of condol- ence with Mr Owen. Mr D. G. Jones seconded, and the motion was passed in silence. The Christmas dinner was partaken of by the members, at which the Chairman thanked the Master and Matron and Assistant Matron for the excellent repast, as well as their good work throughout the year.

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