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ABERGAVENNY. I

I DISTRICT COUNCIL E LECTIO…

I DISTRICT C3UN0IL MEETING.

ICHEPSTOW. I

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CHEPSTOW. I A(lent.-Miss Clark I BOARD OF GUARDIANS. I The fortnightly meeting of this Board was held on Saturday. The tiev W. H. William*, and Mr W. Jones (Tidenham), were appointed to attend as delegates to the youth Wales and Monmouthshire Poor Law Conference at Carmarthen, on the 7th and 9h May next. The Local Government Board wrote referring to their letter of the 12th December, asking for their opinion respecting Nurse Ada Woodthorpe, and it was decided to reply to the effect that she was a good nurse, and her conduct was satisfactory. The Chairman reported that Mr Frost, guardian for Wolvesnewton, had not attended for six months. There were at present eight vacancies on the board, Messrs. Jordan and P. Price having died, and Messrs. Norris, Hodges, Harris, Skirrow, Oakley and Frost not attending in the stipulated period. It was decided to c-ill the attention of the parishes concerned to the vacancies. The Gloucester Council, acting as the Educa- tional Authority, wrote continuing the powers of the School Attendance Cjmmittee fur a further three months. The Visiting Committee reoommanded certain repairs at the house at a cost of £2 10s, which were adopted. A complaint was received from Mr John Pride, Caldicot, that his tenders for bread to the Cottage Homes had not been considered. It appeared that they had been overlooked. It was decided to reply regretting the occurrence. The Master's fortnightly report stated that the first week there were 61 vagrants admitted and relieved, against 87 the corresponding week of last year, and one relieved outside. Second week, 84, 48 and none respectively. Forty vagrants were J relieved with white tickets during the fortnight.

URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL.

LLANGIBBY.

IMAMHILAD.

MONMOUTH.

INEWPORT.

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