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WELSHPOOL.

ELLESMERE.

OSWESTRY.

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LLANFYLLIN.

LLANFAIR.

LLANERFYL.

MANAFON.

NEWTOWN.

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CAERSWS. BOARD OF GUARDIANS.—The ordinary meeting of this authority was held at the Workhouse on Wednesday, Sir R. Bennett presiding. There were also present Slessrs SI. H. Davies, Matthew Davies, N. Bennett. D. Higgs. Evan Jones, David Jones, T. E. Kinsey. Richard Andrew, and John Whirticase, with Alr li. Williams (clerk).—The Clerk reported that the parishes of Llangurig, Llanwnog, and Carno, were in arrears with their calls, and added that the same parishes were always in arrear. It was resolved that the Clerk write to the defaulting overseers informing them that if their calls were not paid within a fortnight proceedings would be taken, and further warning them that in future summonses would be taken out against them with- out notice if the calls were not paid within the stipulated time.—The Chairman moved a vote of condolence with Mr Richard Astley, Kerry, a mem- ber of the Board, who had lost his wife. —Sir David Jones having seconded, it was agreed to.—The Master reported that Rev W. Griffiths held service in the House on the 19th inst.—The Clerk said lie had received a letter from the Chief Constable authorising the police constables at Newtown, Llanidloes, and Caersws to give tickets of admission to all the tramps who applied for them.—A letter was read from the Local Government Board, sanctioning the appointment of Dr Roberts asmedical officer for the Workbou-,e.-It was agreed to renew the annual subscription to the Eye and Ear Hospital, Shrewsbury.'—A resolution from Llan- llugan Parish Council in favour of the parish sever- ing its connection with the Newtown and Llanidloes Union and joining the Llanfyllin Union was laid on the table.—The following tenders were accepted for the supply of goods to the Workhouse for the' ensuing three months :-Aleat at 5d per lb, mutton 6d per lb, suet 3d, William Jones, butcher, Llan- wnog Hanwood coal, 18s 3d per ton, David Hamer, Newtown flour, 18s 3d per sack, and oatmeal, D. Bunford, Newtown.—The following statistics were presented :—Amonnts granted in out-relief during the past fortnight: Newtown (per Mr R. H. Lloyd), JE63 2s 4d, to 251 recipients Llanidloes (per Sir R. Owen), zC79 13s 3d to 316; Llanwnog (per Mr James Hamer), C39 17s 6d to 155. Number of tramps relieved during the fortnight 58, as against 92 last year. Number of inmates in the House 63. --This was all the public business.

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MACHYNLLETH.

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