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LLANDOVERY BOARD OF < GUARDIANS. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Board of Guardians was held at the Town-hall, on Friday, under the presidency of Mr George Tones, Ystrad. There were also present Col. D. E. Jones, Velindre Messrs W. N. Lewis (vice-chairman), Cefngornoth; Daniel Wil- a Hams, Pentre House; J. R. Price, Plasy- dderwen; E. Williams, Glanmarlais; T. Williams, GSvmllynfe; W. J. Evans, Fron D. Morgan, Talog; James Rees, Talgarth; and a few others. TREASURER'S ACCOUNT. The treasurer's account showed a balance in hand of Y,417 4s 5d. RELIEVING OFFICERS' REPORTS. Mr Williams' report showed the number relieved in his district during the week ending August 1st to b9 216 at a cost of £ 24 17s lid, Z5 against 221 in the corresponding week last year at a cost of .£26 lis; during the week ending August 8th 216 at a cost of Y,24 15s, corresponding week last year 220 at a cost of L25 8s 6cL v f. Mr Powell reported the number relieved in his (No. 2) district during the week ending Augnst 1st to be 175 at a cost of £19 Os 6d; corresponding week last year 169 at a cost of il9 18s 6d; for the week ending August 8th 175 aVa cost of L19 Os 6d correspond- ing week last year 169 at a cost of L18 118 0d. MASTER'S REPORT. The Master's report showed the number of inmates to be last week 30, against 29 in the corresponding week last year, being an increase of one; this week 33, against 30 in the corresponding week last year, being an increase of three. Vagrants last week 16, against 25 in the corresponding week last year, being a decrease of -seven this week 17, against 16. in the same week last year, being an increase of one. It was agreed that pertain. repairs, calling for attention at the House be attended to. Mr John Lewis certified having visited the House on the 21Eit July and fopnd everything in good order. On the same day the Rev. II. M. Williams, vicar of Llanddeusant, reported that he visited the House to see some of his old parishioners whom, he was glad to say, he found comfort# able and contented. i CORRESPONDENCE. The following letter was rend by the clerk House of Commons, 29th July, 1889 Dear Sir,—I have received and presented to the House of Commons the petition of the Llandovery Board of Guardians in favour of the Sunday closing of public-houses in England, and its presentation will be recorded in some of the Welsh newspapers. The Times does not record the presentation of these petitions. You are probably aware that the Bill has been withdrawn for this session. Yours very truly, D. PUGH. Thomas Jones, Esq. OTHER MEETINGS. Meetings of the Sanitary Authority and Highway Board were held after the meeting of the Board of Guardians, Mr George Jones still presiding, but there was no busintss of any public interest.

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