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MOTOR CYCLING. I

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I Rheumatism-Kidney Trouble.

I Knighton Guardians.1

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Knighton Guardians. Mr L.mton L. Moore presided during the hearing of relief cas?s at U? fortnightly meeting of the Knigh. ton Guardians, held on Thursday, and Mr F. L. Green (vK^-chairman) occupied the chair during the public business. The master reported that there were 37 inmates at the date of last meeting. He had since admitted two. and the number at present was 39, compared with 40 at the same time last year. A letter was read from the Brentford Guardians, ask- ing the Hoard to adopt a resolution in favour of keep- ing the registers of births, deaths and marriage (in future) at Somerset. House, instead of in the custody of the registrar. Mr L. Moore thought it would be a greater con- venience to the public for the registers to remain where they were at present. No action was taken.

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Appeal Tribunal.

Builth Allotments. I

Late Mr J. R. James, Builth.

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- - --7 APPEAL TRIBUNAL—Continued.I

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Colwyn Rural Tribunal.

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