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. The New " Whiteleys." I

Llanrwst Board of Guardians.


Llanrwst Board of Guardians. The monthly meeting of the the above Guardians was held on Tuesday, Mr. John Roberts, J.P., presiding. Others present wree Mr. D. G. Jones (Vice-Chairman), Rev. John Cower, J. LI. Richards, and Henry Jones, Messrs. John Hughes, Ed. Edwards, E. P. Hughes, John Williams, Isaac Hughes, J. O. D. Jones, John Richards, Hugh Hughes, David Owen, W. G. Jones, R. T. Ellis, David Lewis, John Owen, David Jones, William Evans, R. O. Wilfiams, Evan Roberts, William Williams, John Berry, Matthew Roberts, LI. G. Jones and Owen Evans with the Clerk, Mr. Thos. Hughes the Relieving Officers, Messrs. O. Evans Jones and T. C. Roberts and the Master, Mr. Edward Hughes. Mr. O. Evans Jones (relieving officer for the Llanrwst district) reported having re- lieved 138 paupers at a cost of £ 105. Mr. T. C. Roberts (relieving officer for Pen- inaclino) reported relieving 131 paupers at a cost of £ 6-] 13s. 8d. The Master reported that there were 20 inmates in the house as compared with 21 at the same period last year. The number of vagrants relieved during the month was S9, compared with go at the same period last year. PAUPERS AND THE PENSION. The Master reported that there were five paupers in the house over 70 years of age, and three of those had decided to take ad- vantage of the old age pension at the be. ginning of the year. Mr. O. Evans Jones (Relieving Officer) re- ported that the nTajority of paupers in his district over 70 years of age would not take advantage of the old-age pension as they feared they should not have the benefit of a medical man. The question was adjourned in order that that the relieving officer may have the opportunity of explaining that the services of a medical man can be had by applying to the relieving officer. DISTRICT NURSING. A letter was read from Mrs. Wynne Finch asking for a contribution towards a nurse who was about to be appointed at Pentre- voelas. The Chairman moved that they contribute towards this movement, and this was seconded and carried. It was then moved that the contribution be three guineas. A heated discussion followed, and an amendment was moved that five guineas be granted. On being put to the vote, three guineas was passed with a large majority.. It was resolved that the annual Christmas dinner be held on the 20th December, the date of the Christmas market. In reply to applications from Denbigh and Carnarvon for two delegates to attend the Welsh National Memorial Conference, the Chairman and Vice-Chairman were appoint. ed to attend.

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