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St. Asaph Board of Guardians, The fortnightly meeting of the Board was held at St. Asaph on Friday, when the fol- lowing members were present:—Messrs. J. Frimston (presiding), John Ellis Jones, Ed- ward Williams, Roberts Jones, Edwin Mor- gan, Wm. Jones, Robert Jones, Llewelyn Evans, Robert Davies, William Williams, W. S. Roberts, R. E. Griffiths, J. B. Wil- liams, J. Jones (Abergele), Hugh Williams, W. A. Watts, R. A. Jones, Isaac Batho, Thomas Hughes, and John Pierce, Canon Roberts, Miss Gee, and Mrs. Gee with Mr Grimsley (Clerk) and Mr. Robert Jones Master). THE TREAT TO THE INMATES. It was reported by the Master that the Nonconformists had given an excellent treat to the inmates of the Union. The Chairman, in proposing a hearty vote of thanks to their Denbigh friends, said that they all feft: exceedingly obliged to their Xonconformist friends in that town for having come to the Union and enter- tained the inmates, as well as the officials, in such an excellent and generous manner. They were exceedingly grateful to them, seeing that according to the account they had enjoyed themselves very much indeed. The proposition was seconded and carried unanimously. APPOINTMENT. The announcement was made of the ap- pointment of Mr. Edward Williams as an overseer in respect of the Urban District Council of Abergcle. WATER SUPPLY. Mr. Llewelyn Evans, of Rhyl, drew at- tention to the water supply to the house in case of fire. Mr. Evans said they had seen and heard a deal about the matter, but they had that day seen the water work, and he hoped that they were all satisfied with what they had seen. Mr. Evans then explained that in the case of fire a supply of water irom a lour-incn n-ain couia oe put on. At present that main was protected by seal, but in the case of fire the seal could be broken without asking the permission of the Rhyl Council before doing so. The resuh would be a plentiful supply of water. Nor was there the slightest danger in connection with breaking the seal. It could be done in a moment and bv anyone, without any consent having to be asked if it was a case of fire. When it was tried before, it was tried on the one-inch main, with very different re- sults, of course. The Chairman, in supporting Mr. Evans, repudiated the insinuations of certain per- sons to the effect that there was a valve at St. Asaoh which regulated their supply at the house. There was nothing of the kind in existence, seeing that they got their sup- plv direct iust as St. Asaph and Trefnant did.

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