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LLANRWST BOARD OF GUARDIANS. HOW TO DEAL WITH UNDESIRABLES. Mr John Roberts, J.P., presided at the monthly meetin.g of the above Board, on Tuesday. The following members were also present: Mr D. G. Jones (vice-chairman), the Revs, J. Gowier, J. Ll. Richards, amd Henry Jomes, Messrs LI. G. Jonles, J. Berry, W. G. Jones, E. P. Hughes, O. Lloyd Jones, J. Hugh.es, E. Mil's, J. 0. D. Jones, J. Owen, I&aac Hughtas, Evan Roberts, W. Evans, R. T. Ellis, and Mathew Roberts, together wdth Messrs T. H-ugihes (&-&Tk), O. Evans Jones and T. C. RobcTts (ndieving officers), and E. Hughes (master). A FORCIBLE CURE. The Master reported that a. navvy working at Dolgarrog bad been in the house undor medicati care for several days. He was not a resident of the district. The Rev. J. G-owctr said he rcm-embcted a simiLar case m Reading. The placing of a pokier in the fire proved, ao suggestive on that ocoaaion that the invalid jumped out of the bod cured, and was never more seen in that establishment (laughter). A suggestive mani- pulation of tibia ward pok-or mrght work won- ders amd cure the man referred to (renewed laughter). The Master: They always find their way back here (kuuighter). The Rev. J. Crowe*: Yes, especially wheal the weather is bad. Mr D. G. Jones: Well, we have to accept the charge, so let us go on with the business of the Board. WORKHOUSE STATISTICS. The Master reported that theme were 22 inmates in the house., against 23 during th-e corresponding period of iast year. Eighty vagrant^ had be tan .relieved, asagainst 72 du- ring the previous November. OUT-DOOR RELIEF. Mr T. C. Roberts reported that ho had paid .£70 5s 10d in out-door relief to 124 paupers during the last month. Mr 0. Evans Jones during the same period had paid .£105 to 145 paupers. Mr Roberts was granted a cheque for £ 68, and Mr Jones X110, to cover the relief for the ensuing Month. MANCHESTER SAUSAGES. The Master reported that one of the pigs recently purchased had expired, although every effort had been made to cune it by tho:) veterinary surgeon. Mr John Hughes: What did you do with th-e carcase.? Tho Master: Buried it. Mr J. Hugihes: Why didn't you send it to Manchester, to be, converted into sausages? (laughter). PUBLIC NURSING AGAIN. The Rev. J. Gowor said that as tllipa minutes of the previous m-oeting had not been con- firmed, he wes able to refer to the resolution adopted at the previous meeting to subscribe £3 3s towards the Pentrevcel as District Nurse Fund. Sinca then, he h.ad riecansideuTod the matter in a.ill its bearings, and, taking into consideration the cost of nursing of the small- pox case at Yspyty, and the fever case at Dolwyddelen, he had arrived at the conclu- sion that it would be advi&abja to increase tbKir subscription to £5 5s, as such a society was of inestimable value to tho community. Ht3 moved that the subscription to Pentre- YQ¡(.'la.s Society ,bo iincre«sed to X5 5e. The Chairman: You have prfcd right to move your resolution. Mx Mills: When we asked you for an addi- tional £ 2 2s to the subscription to the LI.a.n- rWst district nurse, you refused to ac:ju;ei,ce. The Rev. J. Gower: The case I iiefer to is in the minutes now under consideration, whereas there is no rele-renoe to the Llanrwst Society in them. Mr W. G. Jones: Whcm wo failed to get what wo wanted, woo did not take advantage of the minutes to reopen the question. I The Chairman: I did not know .at th-a last m»cietiiig that Car wen Union had given towards the Cerrig-ydruidion Society. There is a great deal of illness in the district at present, amd tlie new nUIs.e has had heir hands full since her appointment. Mr W. G. Jones If you guarantee that the Llanrwst Society is allowed a rise in the sub- scripticei, I will vote in favour of Mr Gower's proposal. Air Ll. G. Jones Why should the lAamrwst subscription be increased You have orly one nurse, who is assisted by a crowd of doc- tors. There is far more work in the other I.- districts. DolwyddidcQ cost £100 to the Gear- ianydd Council during the last few months, through the necessity of securing the services of nurses. Tharef-ore, a paltry sum of £5 58 subscribed towards the society would be money wcJJ. spent. Mr J. 0. D. Jccxe sc-oond-ed the motion. Mr M. Roberus: This money will go out of the oammon fim.ds of the Union, end horo we fiiiid Lian-rwet and Peuitrevoelas quarrelling over the distribution of the spoils, while you expect the remaindi:ir of the Unian to by and do nothing. Mr Berry W-e contend that if P.cntreroi>l-Mt rcoe-ivos a LJa-n-rwst ln-ust a have one. The Rev. J. Gower: The Ltanrwst district is smaJl compared to Peintr.evo;la3, as the nurse horo oan visit ten paticuts to one at P-omtrevoelas. The mc'tian was lost by one vote, as was, subsequently, pormissLcii to the Rev. J. (lower and Mr E. Mills to give notice of motuon in favour of increases to both .districts li&t. PENSIONS. On the motion of the Rev. Henry. Jones, seconded by Mr 0. Lloyd Jcenes, it was .1,e. cidied to ask the Local Government Board per- mission to pay the paupccs who are to be- come old-age pensioners their redei during first week in tho new year. CHRLSTMAS TREAT. The applioatioa of Mrs O wt.n, BrynynyT, for permission to give the iiirnut tt tiieix aur nual treat was gracefully granted.

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