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LLANDILO GUARDIANS. w. THE HEATING OF THE BOARD I ROOM. I The fortnightly meeting of this Board was held on Saturday, when there were present: Mr. John Lewis (chairman), Bvan Davies (v i ee-c b. i irnia111, Lord Dynevor, Mrs. Roberta, Revs. J. A-tban Davies and J. Thompson Jenkins, and Metssii;. W. liopbiiw, W. Stephens, Arthur Williams, W. Roberts. B. Matthews, W. Harries, W. Williams, Gomer Harries. D. W. Lewie, J. Bevan, L. S, Powell, David Davies, J3.Cob R.1Vi, W. Humphreys, J. L. Williams, W. Lewis, J. Richards, W. Hichartis, D. Iliomac, W.) Roberts, the clerk (Mr. R. Shipley Lewis), the deputy clerk (Mr D. Jones-Mom«), and the other officials. The Master reported that the number of inmates was 67. against 70 corresponding period list year. Vagrants relieved for the foresight, 76, against 124 corresponding period last year. Divine service had been held ra- the House by the }{.ev. D. P. Boberte, M.A., B.D. 'the Master pointed out that as the children's attendant at the Ilouee had now been promt led to the post of cook, another • would be required to take her plice in the former capacity. Ho could manage for a fortnight. In the llian while ste pe should be taken to have the vacancy filled. There were 23 children to look after. The salary was jE13 a yea.r. a.ud she would have other minor duties to attend to under the super- vision of the matron.—The master's recom- meudation aa to taking the necessary steps ■tj to fill the po-st was adopted.—The I^acdilo IN ur«ing C-ouamittee wrote to say that they ("<wore prepared to accept the sum of £2 10s. per quarter for the services of the nuree for the sick cases in the Workhouse.—It will be re-called that at the previous meet- ing the question as to the amount, to be paid Surse Lev, is for midwifery cases at the Workhouse ?as diecus^ed at some length, and it was decided to offer her lZs. 6d. per case. Nurse Lewis wrote declining to accept that stun, ,xnd stating that she maat be paid the earn of £ 1 as first mentioned. It was pointed out that the remuneration under » the Midwifery Board was l(ks. 6d. a. case, and so throughout the loeality.-In reply to Lord Dynevor as to the number cf ea-ses attended by her last yeir, it was stated that it was only one, but that she attended • for two hours a day for nine (layi).IL was decided that YLr.,3e Lewis be again written to-?-Lofd Dynevor reponed that the com- ,mittee which had been appointed to oon- eider tho" question of heating the Board room had met. They had four tenders be- fore them. The highest was 9112 and the lowest L54 16s. The latter was from Mr. Pritoliajrd Davids, Ammanford,—ilr. D. W. Lewie moved, and it was i<w,ndod by Mr. L. lq. Powell, that the Litt-er be accepted.— Lord Dynevor said that the way Mr. Daviee intended to lay his pipes did not meet with the approval of the committee, and it was decided that he should vary hie plan for too which Mr. Herbert satel would be more .feadible. Pour radiators would be put in the Board room, as well aa radiaiora in pihor parte of the building. The boiler w-omld be fed by rain water, as they were agreed Llindiio water would be too hard for the purpose. They would get the water from tll2 roof. He moved the adoption of the report, and Mr, L. N. Powell seconded.— Lord Dynevor thought Mr. Herbert aa archi- tect ehoukl be paid hi.6 out-of-pocket ex- penss,. He had been very serviceable in arranging about plane, etc. When the present building was re-mcdel-led, Yr. Hcr- bert was put to a, good deal of expense, and he deserved an expression of thanks from the Board.—Mr. D. W. Lewis aaked on what preunre system the heating would be car- ried out?—It was stated that it would be "low.'r—Mr. Arthur «Viitiaiaa thought the committee had gone fnrther than they were instructed, and that all they had to do was to advise as to high or low pressure,. There were differences of opinion as to the sys- tems He knew of oaae where low pressure had been taken out and "high" substituted. Were they Safe then in going in fur "low" seeing so many had given it up?—Lord Dynevor said he should like to know what power had been given to the committee? He understood they were to go into the whole question. If thc-y had exceeded their power he expressed regret.—Mr. L. lv. Powell said he certainly was under the iJD. pression that the committee had boon given full power—The Cierk: FuAi power.—Mr. Matthews said if his memory served him rightiy that was not the first time there hid been any mention of high or low pres- sure.—Mr. Evan Davioe said he had one faalt to End. He had mentioned it at the last ineethag of the Baral District OootKiil, and that was that every tender should M sent to the Clerk and not to any member of any committee or chairman. Every ten- der should be opened by the Clark only.- The Clerk: No, no; by the chairman.—Mr. Evan Davies: At the meeting of the Council Md noi at the oommittee. With t 9=. marks he supported the adoption ol the report.—I^ord Dynevor queried what the committee could have done if the tenders j had been opened at the Board.-Mr. Arthur Williams held that high pressure was chmper.-a.nd he believed more efficient and JJlète economical. It required to be heated a tittle earlier than low pressure. High pressure was good enough for places of ( worship, and should be for tham.-rhe Gterk said the committee took Mr. Herbert's ad- ■vite.—Mr. W. Williams was very glad that the OOmmittee recommended low pressure. He had had esperienoe of heating by high prweuxe in school, where they had the sys- tem in vogue. High pressure might erack the pipes or put the place on fire. The low -> pireesure systenn gave regular heat. As to potting the tenders before the Board, jf thai kad been done it would have taken up the wfeolo of their time, ae there were many details to be entered into.—The report was una-ciimowrty adopted.—The Local Uor- etumeat Board wrote approving of the ap- pointment of Dr. James as medical officer I for lakuinawd. The Bo&rd voted its &imbai j subscription of five gu?i??a towards the j (kwmaxtbon I?nnnary.—Th? freaswer's re- port showed eaUe unpaid totalling £ 339 9e. 5d. The dark said he had received a preoept for a. county tate jxiyable on or before the lSth oi Xatth at 6d. ia tbje X. It was re- sohed to issue oalls aocoi-lingly. RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL, J A meeting of this body was held alter- wards. Mr. Evan Davies, J.P., Pistyllgwyn, the ehairman, presided.—^Tendena for quar- rying sfcons for crusher were under con- sideration, and after some discussion, Nos. 2 and 3 were referred back to the senders with the request tihat they should quote for quarrying only.—Mr. R. Matthews sub- mitted the report of the Plans Committee. He said that three plans had been received. One was passed without oommend it ioon; ano- ther on condition tha-t a slight omission wete inserted. Tb&y had also before them & > ~S>taa of a part, erf the Stepney Estate, which it 'watO iL-,Pceed, -to 1u;y out for building pur- poses. This was, after oonsiderwtion, ap- ppovedp of. The same body afterwards sat 4 aa a Sajvrtaiy Committee. The ecuiiitary in- fjpeotor sent to say theot he was suffering from a ooM amd was unable to attend, but bis, report had been considered. The oatil- jitmittee appointed had met at &%ron. Steps wefe now being taken to relieve the present > dmi"ipes at the upper end by diverting small TiU«r ooumas. ifcr. Jones, the Stepaiey estate agwa, "was arranging with the in- < cpeottxr to roJisider the Tyfry water smpply for Miio. Theaie wae a letter in reply to the "uotioe served on the owner of JTaatywab, I'. The committee recommended "that its coTOrid«ra-tion be postponed until the mspeobar wsuj able to be present.

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