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OUR WAY WITH ANARCHISM-

BOARDS OF GUARDIANS.

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BOARDS OF GUARDIANS. FO RDE N,—WEDNESDAY. The usual fortnightly meeting of the above Board was held on Wednesday, when there were present— Messrs. W. Rogers, presiding, Rev L. J. Lee, X- o/Jicio, Messrs Thomas Rogers, Forden, JohnDavies, Llandyssil, Robert Scotson, Pool Lower, Joseph Middle, Worthen, Colonel Twyford, Pool Lower, with Mr C. S. Pryce. clerk. PAUISH COUNCIL BILL. The Clerk said that two resolutions had been re- ceived trom St. Mary's Abbot and Epsom Guardians and were the same as the one adopted at the previous meeting.-The Rev J. L. Lee said that they had sent one at the last meeting.—The Chairman said that it was not necessary to send another, and the subject dropped. THE INCREASE IN VAGRANTS. A circular letter was read from the Shifnal Union, asking the Board to adopt the resolution passed by them dealing with the increase in the vacrancy. It was suggested that each vagrant be examied by the police, and a card be granted to each, showing his identity, his description, and his destination, and re- quiring that this card be exnmined and endorsed by the police.—Nothing was done in the matter. STATISTICS. Amount administered in outrelief during the past fortnight, par Mr R. Tomley, Montgomery, j £ 12 16s to 80 recipients; per Mr John Oliver, Worthen, XIO 8s 8d to 79 receipients; per Mr James Fortune, Welshpool, £ 9 3s to 74 recipients. Number in the house, during the fortnight, 228, against 224 during the corresponding period of last year. WORKHOUSE INSURANCE. The Clerk reported that he had perused the poli- cies of insurance effected upon the property of the Guardians, and it was decided to change the existing insurance, which is R4,000 upon the building and .£3UO upon its furniture, &c., to t3,800 upon the structure and X500 upon its contents. MACHYNLLETH,—WEDNESDAY. Present: Messrs Edward Hughes, Aberfrydlan (chairman); Ellis Hughes, Cemmes; Eddward Mor- gan, Llanbrynmair Owen Edwards, Souborycoed Richard Owen, Issygarreg Evan Evans and John Owen, Towyn Thomas Evans, Darowen John Row- lands, solicitor, Machynlleth; D. Evans, clerk; and D. Morgan, assistant-clerk. STATISTICS. Out-relief administered during the past fortnight, Machynlleth district, per Mr John Jones, J621 168 to 93 paupers, a decrease of XI Is 8d in relief, and of 3 paupers Pennal district, per Mr William Jones, iJ29 11s lOd to 109 paupers, an increase of 7s lid in relief, and a decrease of 2 paupers and Darowen district, per Mr D. Howell, £ 4110s 3d to 149 paupers, an increase of 2s lid in relief, and a decrease of 1 pauper. Number in the house, 38, last year, corre- sponding period, 34 vagrants relieved dnring the past fortnight, 110, last year. corresponding Deriod. 64 amount of cheques signed, £ 98. 19 THE HOUSE. The Master reported that IS1 loads of stone had been broken at the House since January, 179 loads of which bad been carted by the Highway Board and placed on the Machynlleth streets.

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