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PENRHYNDEUDRAETH. BOARD OF GUARDIANS (held at Portmadoc), TUESDAY, JUNE 13TH.-Present: Mr J. Jones, chairman, presiding Mr Owen Jones, vice- chairman Mrs Morgan and Mr William Powell, Festiniog Messrs William Jones, Llan. decwyn R. O. Williams, Beddgelert J. P. Roberts, Penrhyn Thomas Davies, Talsarnau Evan Davies, Maentwrog Huph Jones, Traws- fynydd Ellis W. Roberts, Trefiiys and Morgan Jones, Ynyscynhaiarn T. Roberts, clerk D. Jones, assistant clerk D. J. Jones, master Richard Parry, William Thomas, and J. B. Jones, relieving officers. Statistics.—Out-relief administered during the last fortnight:—Tremadoc district, per Mr R, Parry, jE73 19s 9d to 257 paupers; last year, Festiniog district, per Mr William Thomas, £91 183 Id to 311 paupers. Llanfihangel-y- traethau district, per Mr J. B. Jones, JE65 7s 2d to 275 paupers. Number of vagrants relieved during the fortnight, 27. Number of inmates in the House, 23 last year corresponding period, 71. Balance at the bank on June 10th, JE466 14s 3d. Bethelbach Case Once More.—The Master reported that Mrs Davies of the Bethelbach case fame, had been admitted into the House being enciente and having been ejected from her house under a magi strates' order.—In reply to the Chairman, the Master said she had not got married as had been stated. Death of a Member.—The Chairman moved a vote of condolence with the family of the late Mr D. Evans, Beddgelert, a respected member of the Board, who had died.—Captain Morgan Jones seconded the proposition, which was at once agreed to. Old-Age Pensions.—A letter was read from the Guardians of the Manchester township enclosing a copy of suggestions which had been drawn out by a member of that Board and adopted by them in regard to provision for the necessitous old-aged.— The suggestions were referred to committee.

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