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POULTRY KEEPING.

BRECON COUNTY SESSIONS.

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.Llanwrtyd, Wake Up !

I THIN, AILING BABIES.

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BRECON RURAL TRIBUNAL.

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BRECON RURAL TRIBUNAL. Brecon Rural Tribunal sat on Friday after- noon, Mr. Jenkin Williams presiding. Mr. John Roberts, 37, Grade I., headmaster of Cray Council School, applied for exemption, and stated that his wife was in such ill-health that the doctor would not permit her to come back to Cray she had left home to attend the funeral of her father, whose death was due to an accident. He had only an uncertificated l female assistant to help in the school. He had written to the Education Office on the matter, but had not yet received a reply he under- stood the committee had not met. One or two members remarked that it was important that the education of the children should be kept going and temporary exemption for three months was granted. Capt. Wilson, N.S. representative, reviewed the certificate of exemption held by Mr. E. A. Williams, Class A., monumental mason and assistant overseer of Talachddu and Llandefalle. Replying to questions, Mr. Williams said he reckoned that the work of his trade took four days and his public work two days a week. Capt. Wilson The monumental mason work might stop very well. Mr. Williams, replying to further questions, stated that his wife was still in the same state of ill-health as when the certificate was granted. The Tribunal confirmed their previous decision, but directed Mr. Williams to go before a medical board, as he had not been examined for a year. Capt. Wilson also reviewed the certificate of Mr. Alfred Davies, 32, C 2, single, of Penbryn, Llechfaen, cashier to the Breconshire Coal and Lime Co., who had been granted exemption on the ground of hardship to his mother, who is a permanent invalid. It was stated that some years ago Mr. Davies gave up a good position away to be able to personally look after his mother. The certificate was withdrawn.

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THE GAMBLER'S LAST THROW,

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POULTRY KEEPING.