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w I MONMOUTH. Agent.-Jfr.Octirre_u. Bookseller, Afoamiuth. THE ARCHDEACON'S VISITATION.—The Arch- deacon of Monmouth's vernal visitation will be held at Newport, on May 2nd; Monmouth, on May 3rd; and Chepstow, on May 4th. R.F.C.—The annual meeting of the Monmouth Rugby Football Club was held on Monday, when, Mr J. Morris presided' The accounts showed a diminished balance in hand. Lord Llangattock was re-elected president. Mr J. H. Howse was elected secretary, Mr L. Meyrick coptain (Mr Sprawson declining the honour), and Mr W. Morris vice-captain. It was decided to insure the players against accidents if the cost did not exceed JE3. IN MEMORY OF QUEEN VICTORIA.-Lady Seale, wife of Sir John Seale, Bart., of Wouastow Court, has erected as a memorial to the late Queen a beautiful stained glass window over the altar in Wonastow Church. It was designed by Mr J. M*. Compere, architect, London. In the centre is a representation of the Virgin and Child, with St. David on the right and St. George on the left. The stained glass of the old window, which is of very great antiquity, is carefully placed in the windows on each side of the chancel. The Bishop of Llandaff performed the dedication service. R.D.C.-At the first meeting of the new- Council, on Friday in last week, Mr S. CL Bosanquet was re-elected chairman, and Sir H. M. Jackson vice-chairman.—The Trelleck Parish Council wrote calling attention to the bad condition of a bye-road near Warne Cottage, alleging that at times children coald not pass it on going to school.—A committee was aprointed to inspect and report.—The Council granted permission to Sir H. Mather Jackaon to erect a gate on a private road approaching White Castle.. The offer of the Crown to make a carriage road along the south bank of the River Wye from Symonds Yat to Monmouth, provided the Monmouth District Council and other highway authorities concerned would undertake to keep it in repair, was rejected. BOARD OF GUARDIANS.—The first meeting of the new Board was held on Friday in last week, when Mr S. C. Bosanquet was re-elected chairman, and Mr S. G. Elsom vice-chairman.—The Visiting: Committee met on the previous Monday to inquire into the quality of coal supplied to the house. They reported that they were of opinion that the coal was not up to the contract in quality. The contractor had intimated that the supply was from the Speech House and Trafalgar Collieries and was best Forest. -Mr Joynes said he had seen the coal, and, in his opinion, it was not supplied from either of the collieries mentioned. There was no such coal there.—Mr Stephens expressed a similar opinion, adding that best Forest coal could not be supplied at 14s per ton, the contract price.—After some discussion it was decided to write the contractor informing him that the Board dis- approved of the quality of the coal supplied.—The committee also reported on the alleged friction between the officials of the house in reference to clean linen, and, after making inquiries, recommended that an inventory be kept of articles sent to the laundry.—The report was adopted.

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