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WIRRAL BOARD OF GUARDIANS. 0 The fortnightly meeting of this Board was held on Wednesday, Mr. W. Knowles pre- siding. There were also present Mesdames Hampson, Hodgson, and Sawers, Captain Congreave, Messrs. C. Morris, Colonel Lloyd, Hutton Wright, W. W. Christian, T. Davis, G. Simpson, J. H. Grundy, J. R. Turton, W. Burkey, Evans, E. Hughes, Sherratt, with the clerk (Mr. J. E. S. Ollive), the relieving office (Mr. J. Hignett), and the house master (Mr. W. L. Richards). VACCINATION STATISTICS. The following are the returns of the vaccin- ating officers for the various districts for the half year ending 31st December last:-Neston. births, 133; successfully vaccinated, 103 died, 16; postponed by medical certificate, 3; re- moved to places unknown, 4; unaccounted for, 7. Woodchurch; births, 158; successful, 128; died, 14; postponed, 11; removed unknown, 1; unaccounted for, 4. Eastham: births, 96; successful, 182; died, 2; postponed, 2; removed unknown, 3; unaccounted for, 7. Bebbington births, 187; successful, 156; died, 11; removed unknown 9; unaccounted for, 11. THE CHAPEL. Colonel Lloyd said the Chapel Committee had met that morning, and the architect (Mr. Francis) suggested that two members should be nominated to lay the two chief corner-stones, The committee recommended the chairman and Mrs. Hampson to lay the stones a month from that day (Wednesday).—Mr. Morris suggested that, as the matter was a public one, the Board should invite some visitors as well as their own members, and should advertise the function. HOUSE STATISTICS. The number of inmates at present is 127, com- pared with 122 last year, and 53 vagrants against 42. The finances amount to E156 7s. lid., 975 of which were spent in outdoor relief.

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