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THE "EXPRESS" DIARY.

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MR. SIDNEY ROBINSON, M.P.…

Ystradgynlais Outrage.

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ISIR HOWELL DAYIES, M.P.

Fighting Near Aden.

Builth Guardians.

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Builth Guardians. HOUSE COMMITTEE AND NURSE. Builth Board of Guardians, on Monday, was presided over by Mr T. Davies (chairman). Others in attendance were Revs. David Owen and W. O. Williams, and Messrs. W. Prothero, T. Pugh (Wernfawr), Isaac Davies, Dd. Jones, Roger Powell, Jas. Jones, Rees Davies, Rees Jones, Thos. Pugh (New Building), J. James, Isaac Thomas, T. Davies, Jas. Pryce, T. Price, E. Probert and W. W. Lennard (deputy-clerk). Dr. W. Black Jones (medical officer) was also in at- tendance. The house committee recommended the follow- ing :—"That the nurse be granted three months' leave of absence for the purpose of qualifying for C.M.B. certificate, and that this board of guar- dians, with the sanction of the Local Government Board, advance the neces- sary fees and claim a rebate in respect to half the amount of her salary, on condition that she enters into an agreement with this board to continue in their service for a period of at least three years after obtaining such certificate." Rev. W. O. Williams, a member of the com- mittee, said that, whether they acceded to the nurse's request or not, she was going. If she qualified she would be able to secure a better posi- tion than what she now occupied. They all knew that nurses were not plentiful at the present time-- really they were scarce. What the nurse had ask- ed for was perfectly reasonable. The matron was prepared to manage during her absence. The committee had bound the nurse down to three years' service after she ha.d qualified at the pre- sent salary. The rev. gentleman moved that they adopt the recommendation. Mr Isaac Thomas asked as to what expenses would be incurred by the nurse to qualify. Rev. W. O. Williams replied that they would be £25, which the board were to claim out of her salary. The chairman remarked it was quite clear that they would not be put to any extra expense dur- ing the absence of the nurse, and, also, that no increases would be made in her salary for three years. He then asked Mr D. J. Richards (mas- ter) if she hacFentered into an agreement, and he answered "no." out that the re- Bev. W. 0. Williams pointed out that the re- commendation was passed by the committee on the condition that she entered into an agreement. The recommendation was adopted.

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