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MONMOUTH. Agent.-Mr. Cairrey. Bookseller, Monmouth. BOARD OF GUARDIANS.—The usual meeting was held on Friday, when Colonel J. Davies presided. The question of the hour of meeting was again discussed. At the previous meeting the hour was changed from 10.30 to 10 a.m. Mr Graham now moved that the hour be altered to 10.30.-Mr Perkins seconded, and added that every member of the Board knew the hour of meeting when he sought election.—Mr Elsom, in opposing, pointed out that he and other Guardiaiii from Dean Forest must leave home before 7 a.m. They reached Monmouth about 9 o'clock and had to wait an hour and ft half for the meeting, with the chance of missing the I p.m. train and waiting till » p.m. There were other features which he (Mr Elsom) could mention. Mr Graham, who moved for 10.30, was, doubtless, a very brilliant barrister, but he was a most inefficient Guardian. He had only made one attendance in two years, and he (Mr Elsom) failed to see how the hour of meeting could affect him.—The Yice-Chairman (Mr Bosanquet) said it appeared to him a rather undignified action to alter the hour again, after changing it at last meeting. He moved that the question be deferred till the end of October next. This was agreed to unanimously.

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