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RHYIJ COUNTY COURT.

ST. ASAPH BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

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ST. ASAPH BOARD OF GUARDIANS. INGRATITUDE OF TWO UNEMPLOYED. The fortnightly meeting of this Board was held on. Friday, when ttere were present: Mr John Frimston (chairman), Mr Wm Jones (viceKibairman),, Mrj De Ranee, Miss Gee, Iwv. Canon C- F. Robents, and Messrs G. Perks, G. F. Gunner, J. Roberta Jone.3, Isaac Bathe. LI. B. Evans, R. Jones (Prestatyn), T. Pennant Williams, R. Armor Jones, Thomas Evan-si, J. B. Willia.ms, Jdhn TLcibertia, W. S. Roberts, W m. Morris, J. D. Jones, Edwin Morgan, Wm. Williams, Frank Bibby, Edward Williams, Robert Jonas (Denbigh), John Lothian, with the Clerk (Mr Charles Grkn&ley), Master (Mr Robert Jones), and other officials. THE WORKHOUSE. According too t'he master's journal the pauper population of the workhouse that day was 151, a decrease of 13 on the number a year ago. and the vagrants relieved during' the past fort- night numbered: 137, an increase of eight as oompared 'with statistics last year. Parcels of illustrated papers for the use of the work- hou93 inmates bad been received from Miss M. Lloyd, Arsyllfa, St. Asaplh. and a number of booiks for the workhouse library had been re- ceived from Mrs Edwards, Lothian Park. Si. Asaph- A GUARDIAN'S BEREAVEMENT. The Chairman referred to the bereavement sustained by Mr George Williams, tihe member for Meliden, by tho death of his wife. Mr VVilliams, bo .remarked, was one of the oldest members of the Board, and had proved a. very faithful Guardian. lie was sure the whale Board sympathised with hiim ion his loss (hear, hear). A vote of sympathy witlh Mr Williams was WORKHOUSE FIELD RETAINED. Mr LI. B. Evans reported that the Finance Committee bad had under consideration a. letter from Mr D. Mac. Nkxjll, Bedehvyddian estate a/rent, offering the Board the use of the field in front of the workhouse a.t a. rental of B2 5s nar annum. The field 'bad previously been rented for the Board by Mrs Luxmoore, and. tibe rent now asked for was a little le:s than 9he had been paying- Tie recommendaticn was adopted. BASE INGRATITUDE. Mr J. D. Jones referred to the offer he made ] at tihe last meeting to find empJoyment for twlC) mon who appeared before the Board, and said he bad been sadly disappointed by both of them. They tunned up to work at his farm on 1 tihe Monday following' the Boardt meeting as they promised, and they d'roew money every evening till the end of the wceik — more, in faet, than they bad earned. They sometimes heard of honour amongst theivee, but there was certainly none of tihat virtue amongst these men.. On the Saturday evening one of them received the money for the two, and -.fteiwa-rds. it appeared, as seen as he had turned his back on tibe farm he made a bolt for A he-Tie Railway Station with the vsiWe of the rmoraciy, end ihaid not "bfen or theamd of His tpartiaer was thus terflt witbotf-it fli faiT'tlnitog to bcop him over Sun- day a,r,i he (Mr Jooiies) coufd not but take carnrpasEocm on. b>m. Dr.trimig the fa.ioxvltig ho turinicd m.p to ,work every other day, (U!2ji mow he had c!>aiod off, s^ter getting mare wages tiliici was realty due to hilID. Neitbor of the man,, hie wias eonry to add, had paid a ooppeir for tlheiir C'odg>:mgs in AbcrgipJe. H,e jn'.iiit ioncd t'he matter :n order tiiait b o be cm their gTjscd against fellows of that cf.ass. If th2! Booird bad a. mo-hit to ipjefvtcffiit such ipreiple .w-itting into tiio v,K>rkQioiK-;0 at he .tlhoi'ighit it would fce a. a-.ood itihioig. CVLen wbo would not try to kvyp 'work^w.bca -tihey fgo't it diiid inc.t deserve any £ tk>cC.+.rtr cc 1;d IT3 from anwrje. Tin3 CJiie.rcnma.u said lie wias eure tihe iBocrd very gratoful to Mir J. D. Jotncs for the kilndn-ess the had sliown im ft -ying to hrfip wh-eoo ho tfuomgfut it was wcaiiti^d, and feey wymipatii' i-cd Iwiitih hicn ki ttilio mngTatofutl wa.y hi viihiiah tSi'cee tno had treated him. Had he baca im Mr place ibe wcraM harye baan vary etixxrigiy wlrlimoed to ltakoe pro- oeediing's aguinet tfeieon. -O ne >'X the .rr.i^n, cit was stated, WaLooged toO 1 R,ky!l oaid tihe otihor to Dwato'gfti. Mir Johji R-eibftrta eae'id he bad many times urged tfce ledef^'tifcn of a. stoiae-'biTeaki wg HH 1:1 r:nj otrid'csr to jmOi.tt cai3ccj of tba.t kind,. oo»d w^tiil they miovod an 'tihat danecttioa tihoy •wida'.d i2tjw>3»ya have rffiiid' £ isira.Het5 about thio-i w«rkbous3. OUT OF WORK. S"v«r:1 :panonlts .00 -1 fiaanii&s appeared • hr (1Cf;m B;Qi3.. epefckg ion =-nol.I;14i tiljat tSaey were un>a,b>i to oibtasm (ccn- ^oy:rti-~m.t, .m-oet of tibctm briangnng- to Riyi. Tbo Chairman Raid. tSueasi caoes soeaned to'ba very mrwih ccn tibe increase, <cqpc<c:cilily ica Khy1!, aad they were a igneait to the ro'^viitnig offioor. Mir I^'hs ccuquined bow the reliaving ofF.cei' sabitefiod thimseCf witih oaspaofc to the dwsttiitu-* tian v,ihioh tfeeoe (people pc,e»ad»d. Tbe RediiiyvflO'g Officrer easd lys visited ersoih O, amd fncd'9 fu&l imquiries into it. Two OT tfiinte people 1m. Rihyl had remAeiied. liim apJ-etadud aæist6noo åm. the matter. Tho CthLVitman ea;.d he 'W2S sams that reLileviin'^ offioctr duacbairgcd bin duty thor>o,ngLfy ia tbciae caa:(j, ar.td nevrcr gave fel'j-'f wj'jhout, fully ÐtfYDg hi'mscuf .tihat there was dee it it ut ion. Afhar fuelthted" di lerjuiuiiOin iit doe id 2d, 00., the pcqpocOtiloci of Mr I\rks, to ritfor to tihe Eiiaaannoo; "Caaamiitt-os •tSue q-utcftica cf afjpocc.lb- afic mmeCO3 ,1;0 .hd iP tihe rsliiavkug offioer, wicl foLL'eiwieig up caeee iwb-rn? iheire was any dou'llt about tibo cinci;ia:t.iL £ (nKXts. lit was also do- cId-cid, 011 tibe OE,CI'JCQ cif Mr Jclm Rabec-ts, s:iex:iiL<ied .y Mr J..RabeUte Jon'js, to c-.cf &r to the stanza .Daaunrittee .the cpciatt'tca of tlhte esitnib- Edsfcsmrcilu ICI a ftt-cmiewbrioafciEig yard foir tibe uin-aia'P Loyed.

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