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Liandovery Board, of Gurdians The monthly me of the above body was held on Friday last, Mr. Daniel Lewis, y nisb, presiding. The Master reported that the number of inmates was 20, ctSnpared with 17 for the corresponding period last year. Services had been held at the House by the Rev. H. If or James (B.), the Rav. Joseph Jenkins (M.), au6 the Rev. Joseph Harry (C.M.). He had sold a pig at 'e mart for 16 7s. 6d., and his recommend tion for the sale of an- other at the next rp ,rt was adopted. Aid. T. Watkin*, who was warmly greeted on his recovery frcn his recent illness, re- poredfavonrably < a visit he had paid, to the House. The Board decided to act on a letter re- ceived from Mrs. Edmondes-Owen, wife of the Vicar, suggesting that they should endea- vour to obtain a free place or a bursary for a bright and intelligent young girl at the Intermediate School. who was too old to enter for a scholarship. COMING EVENTS CAST THEIR SHADOWS BEFORE. Ald. T. Watkins called for a record of his attendances at the Board meetings since 1913. These were read by the Clerk, and shewed that the veteran, who has now attained his 80th year, had made but few misses. The Chairman Llit.^ht if the attendances of one member were read, they ought to get the rest. The Clerk expressed his readiness to comply, but warned them that to do so would take some time. The Chairman thought it was very wrong on the part of people to seek the votes of electors and then shirk their duties by non- attendance. He felt that, in justice to the ratepayers, the list should be published. A Member, amid some laughter, declared that he did not think the attendances during the war should count. On the motion of the Chairman, seconded by Mr. W. Evans, Cross Inn, it was decided to publish the list. RELIEF LISTS. I During the discussion of the Relief Lists. Mr. Williams (Relieving Officer) said that one case they had under consideration; that day had been on the Board's books for 38 years. It was one of his first cases after appointment.

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