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HE TREASUKERSHIP OF THE PONTYPRIDD UNION. ANTICIPATED RESIGNATION. At Wednesday's meeting of the Pontypridd Board of Guardians, Mr Josiah Lewis gave notice that at the next meeting he would move that a new treasurer should be appointed instead of Mr M. R. Williams. I Mr E. John: Has he resigned ? Mr Lewis: No, but it was thought that to keep ) the continuity of the treasurership, it would be 'I necessary to do it the same day. If he resigned to day, we should be without a treasurer for a fortnight. Mr Prichard: I presume you will not deviate from the invariable course of advertising for a successor to Mr Williams ? Mr Lewis: Very well. Mr E. H. Davies: How can we advertise for a new treasurer before we have the resignation of the old one ? Mr Lewis remarked that the Ystrad Board had not advertised. Mr Prichard replied that there was no resolu- tion there to advertise all appointments. Mr T. Morgan (Fron): There is no salary attached to the office. Mr Prichard: No, but it is worth money to the bank-perhaps more than any officer of this Board gets. Mr J. Lewis: Mr Williams will resign this day fortnight. Rev W. Morris: On the understanding that he is going to resign, I beg to propose that advertise- ments for a treasurer be inserted in the local papers. Mr Prichard What about canvassing ? MrIE. Evans They ought to be disqualified. The Chairman You ought to have told us that 12 months ago. Mr E. Edwards seconded the motion, and it was agreed to.

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