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THE LIBERATION SOCIETY.

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LIBELLING A CARDIFF MINISTER.

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PONTYPRIDD. BOARD OF GUARDIANS. — The fortnightly meeting of this board was held 011 Weduesdav the Rev D. W. Williams, M.A. (Fairfield)' presiding.—Mr David Lewis, Caerphilly, moved that the clerk (Mr E. C. Spickett) should take the necessary steps to secure the appointment of AU additional guardian for the No. 1 Ward of the E{lwysilan parish. had been an extra- ordinary development in theCilfynydd portion of the parish, and there was a general feeling that the parishioners should have a better representa- tion.—This was seconded oy Mr Edward Williams, Pontypr:dd, and agreed to.—A letter was read from the head uurse at the workhouse intimating that she would resign her appointment a month hence, and it was resolved to advertise for a successor.—With reference to the treasurership of the union, as to which some difficulty had arisen Mr Prichard, Clydach Vale, asked the clerk to advise the board at their next meeting what course c they had best adopt, with a view of doing away with the present system, and throwing the office open to public competition. He had been informed that hundreds of pounds would be gained to the rato- pxyers if the appointment were tendered for. Dr Howard Davies, the medical officer of the work. house, reported that there were Reveral cases of ophthalmia and other infectious diseases among the children, and called attention to the inadequate facilities in the house for the isolation and successful treatment of such cases. It was decided to call a special meeting of the board for that day week to discuss the question.—A discussion arose as to the best mode of bousing the children, and un the motion of Mr Jones, J.P., tbe following re- solution was unanimou-iy agreed to :—" That thIs board, finding it necessary to provide additionat accommodation for indoor paupers, is of opinion that this can be best made by taking the children from the workhouse and providing a separate establishment for them elsewhere, thus withdra.w- ing them from the deteriorating influence of the workhouse and placing them in an institution where they may be educated and trained in pursuits which will make them useful members of society, thereby freeing them from the taint which npplies to pauperism."—A committee, consisting of two guardians from each parish, was appointed to ascertain details.—The Rev W. Morris withdrew the motion of which he had given notice with reference to the treasurership of the union. RAILWAY TRESPASS —At the pclice-court on Wednesday—before the stipendiary, Mr Ignatius Williams Benjamin Morgan, timberman Gwilym Arthur, fireman and Isaac Lloyd: checkwe;gller, all of Ferndale, charged by Mr Jabez Richards, inspector of traffic on the Fern- dale branch of the Taff Vale Railway, with having trespassed upon the Tuff Vale RAILWAY t't Tylorstown on the 21.L ult, were fined 15s each. 'LITKALIM A BROOCH.—S. Grey, 17 years of AT-G, living at Williamstown, pleaded guilty to having in May last year stolen a brooch, valued at 3 i, from the house of JAMES Bray, coker, Pen- rhiwfer, and WélØ fined £1.

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