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[ TO-DAY'S GUARDIANS. Male Book-Keeper to be Appointed. A meeting of the Haverfordwest Guardians was held to-day, Mr S. W. Dawkins presiding. An invitation by the Rev. E. Nicholson Jones for the Workhouse children to attend an entertainment at the Tabernacle Schoolroom on Thursday evening was accepted. The Hon. Sec. of the Fishguard Nursing Association wrote asking for financial help for their association, as she had seen in the local Press that such help had been given to the Granston Nursiiig Association. Miss Chambers proposed that Is per pauper in the parish be granted, as was done in the case of Granston. She remarked that Nursing Associations would, they hoped, soon be started in every rural district, and each case ought to be dsalt with on a common basis. It was stated that there were paupers in Mathry and SJ in Fishguard. The resolution was adopted. The House Committee recommended that Mrs Hall, as matron, be appointed head of the Institution at a salary of £41) per year: and that a male boot- keeper between 25 and 40 years of age, who has had previous experience in a workhouse master's office be appointed to keep the books and accounts, and to assist the Matron generally at a salary of X30 a year with apartments, rations and washing. The Chairman suggested that the phrase previous experience is preferred be inserted in the notice. This, he thought, would induce a larger number of people to apply. The Chairman's suggestion was resisted by the Rev. A. Baring-Gould and Mr W. Roberts, the latter remarking that it would land the Guardians in a bigger muddle than they were in over the relieving officersbip. liev. A. Baring-Gould asked if the committee had sat to deal with the question of a relieving officer for the Milford district. "i he Chairman replied in the negative, adding that it was open for the relieving officer to resign at any time.

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