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LLANELLY. BOARD OF Gc ARIHASS. -At a meeting of the B,)ard of Guardians on Thursday week, Mr Hugh Nevill presiding, a discussion ensued with reference to the master of the Workhouse. At the last meeting it was decided to ask him to resign, as the Board was dissatisfied with the manner in which he kept the books, but at Thursday's meeting an applica- tion was received from the master asking if he should he should hold the office for three months. After a pretty long discussion, in which Mr. Thomas Jones held that an indoor pauper had been assisting the master in keeping the books, which several of the guardians considered im- proper, and the Clerk having stated that an improvement had occurr in the books during the past fortnight, Mr Evan Evans (Llanedy) moved that the application be granted. This was duly seconded, but Capt. Hy' Rees proposed an amendment that three months' notice be given to the master, with a proviso that if at the end of that period he proved himself capable of filling the office it should be cancelled, and he would continue in office. Mr W. S. Marsh seconded Ultimately the resolution was with- drawn aud the amendment unanimously carried, after which the master thanked the Board for its consideration.

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