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CARIARTHEN TOWN COUNCIL.

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LLANDILO LOCAL BOARD.

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LLANDYSSUL.

COURT HENRY.

NARBERTH.

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NARBERTH. BOARD OF GUARDIANS.—The usual fortnightly meeting of this Board was held at the Board Room, on Monday last, Mr R. H. Buckby, chairman, pre- siding. The master reported the number of paupers in the house to be 51 as against 44 in the corresponding week of last year. The number of out.door paupers relieved during the past fortnight were:—week ending 24th of January, 832; relief .£89 17s. Id; corresponding week of last year, 854 relief, .£87 17s. 5d; week ending January, 31st, 810; relief, .£8:3 14s 6d, corresponding week last year, 836; relief, .£85 63. 6d. The porterof the Work- house (Mr Thomas Scott), handed in his resignation after 25 years service. He said he was compelled to do this owing to advancing age and failing health, -,nd trusted the Board would allow him something by way of superannuation. The guardians decided to consider the question at their meeting on the 16th March, and the clerk was directed to give notice thereof to the guardians. It was also resolved to appoint a successor to Mr Scott at the next meeting, and the clerk was directed to advertize to that effect. The clerk was directed to issue summonses against the overseers of 7 parishes, who had not paid their contributions due on the 8th of January last. After the business of the Board of Guardians had been gone through a meeting of the Rural Sanitary Authority was held, Mr Buckby in the chair. Dr. Evans, Medical Officerof Health presented a repoi-t--in which he drew attention to the existence of scarlet-fever at Begelly, East Williamson, and Cresselly, and the inspector was ordered to visit the infected houses at once and supply the inmates with disinfectants. ( ATTEMPTrcn Snmrnc On .i.1..r ._rt. 1.1- — -&. Vk* A iiuaj II.IV1UI.U¡S JUtjl" an old man named Jerry Reynolds (who has been ailing for some time past), attempted committing suicide by drowning in the river running through Narberth. He was rescued by a passer-by and I P.S. Hart. He was afterwards examined by Dr. Price, who certified that he was of unsound mind, and he was that evening conveyed to the Joint Counties Lunatic Asylum at Carmarthen.

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