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Llanwrtyd Council. SATISFACTORY HEALTH REPORT. At Llanwrtyd Council on Friday, there were present Messrs James Carey (in the chair), E. Price, J. A. Davies, N. Kvans, E. S. Morgan, It. Pugh Jones, S. D. J. Williams, R. S. Griffiths (clerk), R. Williams (surveyor), and Dr. Hosegood (medicat "ofticer). Dr. Hosegood presented his annual report, which was very satisfactory. There was an improvement in the death-rate of children under two years of age as compared with the previous year. lie mentioned one very interesting thing. The average nge of all male deaths in 1917 was 73i years, which was a very ffood record. Mr Williams reported several defects in drain and water pipes. A committee was appointed to inves- tigate a defect near Pantglas. Notices were to be served un an owner of a cottage as several defects were mentioned by the surveyor. Mr Rhys stated that as sanitary inspector he had power to take samples of milk, etc. The Council at Mr Carey's request asked him to act in conjunction 'V cigilts awl leasnres Inspe'.tOl'. with theWeights and Measures Inspe"tor.

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