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Commander of the Circe.

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... MONMOUTH.

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PONTYPOOL. I

COLLIERY ACCIDENTS.

BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

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BOARD OF GUARDIANS. The fortnightly meeting of this Board was held on Thursday, Major D. E. Williams [chairman] presiding. It was reported that the balance to the credit of the Board was £ 195 9s, as against £ 3,800 in the corresponding period of last year. There were, however, calls in arrear, to the total of X3,921, the dilatory parishes being Griffithstown, Kemys Commander, LlanvihangelPontymoile, Llanfrachfa Upper, aud Trostrey, to the overseers of which the clerk was instructed to write for payment forthwith. The Clerk said that as the ordinary Board day would be Coronation Day, the next meeting would be held on the 19th June, The House Committee recommended that the Coronation fare for the inmates in the House should include mutton and gooseberries. [ f,,ttighter.] -The Clerk explained that they had a quantity of gooseberries there, but they wanted more. -The Board, being anxious to do all for the happiness of those in their charge, readily adopted the recommendation, and also voted £ 2 to the Master to purchase flags, bunting, &c.. for decoration purposes. I The Local Government Board wrote with reference to the claim for compensation by Mr J. L. Morgan, registrar of births and deaths for the sub-district of Pontypool, Jin respect of the loss of emoluments sustained by him by reason of the recent separation of the parish of Llanhilleth from his sub-district. They recommended that Mr Morgan should be paid the lump sum of £ 144 Ils,-The Clerk mentioned that Mr Morgan had lost about £ 35 a year as emoluments, and, at the suggestion of Mr E Probyn. it was decided that if at any future time the board could take into consideration the excellent services rendered by Mr Morgan to the board, they should do so. Letters were read from the various Unions with reference to the amount of extra out-door relief to be given during Coronation week. The Clerk to the Abergavenny Board of Guardians wrote that his Board had decided to give no extra relief. [Cries of Sbaine." j The Board decided to give la extra out.door relief to each adult, and 6d to each child. A

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ICHEPSTOW.

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