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NEWCASTLE-EMLYN BOARD OF GUARDIANS

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NEWCASTLE-EMLYN BOARD OF GUARDIANS The fortnightly meeting of the Newcastle-E-mlyn Board of Guardians was held at the Board-room of the Workhouse on Friday. Mr. Thomas ifeowen (Llandre) presided, and other members present ivere Mrs. Evans (Esger), Messrs. E. Davies( Ffor- gst), J. Rees (Plas), J. Phillips (Glanrhyd), J. Thomas (Hendrewilym), N. Davies (Penbank), D. Jones (Blaenllanl, D. James (Arfhrach), T. Davies (Cilwaunydd-fawr), E. Jones (Mocj, Daniel Lewis (Frondeg), H. Davies (Pantyrhebog), J. Haghes (Pengwern), Dr. Jenkins (Henllan), J. E. James (Llandyssul), J. Morgans (Hendy), D. Morris (Cefn maesmawr), M. Jones (Henllan), J. D. Owen (Waun fawr), J. W. Lewis (Perthygopa), J. Thomas (Eis- tedfa), J. Davies (Wesyn), James (Panteeiri), D. Davies (Llwynffvnon), Rev. D. Jones (Gwern- Ilwyn), and J, Davies (Abereinon. The Master of the Workhouse asked what he was going to do with regard to cases of lunatios being sent to the institut-on by the magistrates. There was no accommodation for cases of that description. A man had been <sent there last week who happened to be quiet enough, but he thought he ought to have some instructions as to the future, as a, violent case might be sent in. Mr. Morris proposed that the master should not take in these cases unless the police stayed and looked after them. This was seconded and carried. The Clerk reported that a letter had been received from the Clerk of the Conference held at Carmar- then for the proposed amalgamation of the three counties for the purpose of dealing with tne tramp questions by means of way tickets. The letter stated that it had been decided that a committee from all the Unions was to be formed, with two represen- tatives from each Union. It was decided that the Chairman of the Board and D. Jenkins (Henllan), who had been delegates to the conference, be appointed on the committee. The statistics for the past fortnight were as follows: -Treasurer's balance in favour of he Union. £2.116 5s. Id.; amount expended in out relief-by Mr. John Thomas, £45 7s. 9d. to 153 j paupers, by Mr. Elias Rees, L40 6s. 6d. to 133 paupers. The Master (Mr. Henry Evans) reported as. fol- lows:—Number in house 17, last year 16; vagrants relieved 24, as compared with 2S last year; child- ren in school 4.

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