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THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. I…

LOCAL INT E LIJGENCE.

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LLANELLY CHORAL SOCIETY. I

FOUND DEAD AT LLANARTH-NEY.

THE INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. I

PURCHASE OF THE ROYALTY THEATRE.

PRESENTATION TO MR. J. W.…

DOCTOR FOR MOREWOOD I S. I

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DOCTOR FOR MOREWOOD I S. A BALLOT NEXT SATURDAY. The first ballot in connection with the process of filling the vacancy in the medical officership of the a bove works will take place on Saturday next, when the candidates will be reduced to two. The following 1 is a' copy of somelof the >ules, The, oting papers will be kept for one week aft&< the election, so that suould ony interested person be 1 dissatisfied with the cou +|ng, he shali be at liberty to enter a protest against toLl, same, but it must bear the ¡ signatures of 20 interested persons who are over 21 years of age, on or before Tuesday, April 13th, 1897, and who have deposited L5 with the presiding officer to meet the expenses of a recount. The hours of voting will be from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 10th, 1897. Any paper having more than one cross upon it shall not be counted. The voting on Saturday, April 10th, 1897, will be for the purpose of reducing the number of candidates to two, and a second ballot will be held to make the finsl selection. Every vot-er is earnestly requested to read and abide by the above instructions. The candidates are:— J. EDGAR DAVIES, M.B., M.S., Assistant to the late Dr. Jones. Dr. J. L. DAVIES, Avenue Villas, Greenfields, Llauelly. E. EVANS, M.D., &c., Goring Road, Llanelly. G. P. JAMES, M.B., Goring Road, Llanelly. J. H. JONES, M.B., Festiaiog, North Wales. S. G. MORRIS, M.B., Nantgaredig. S. J. RODERICK, M.B., West End, Llanelly. D. J. WILLIAMS, M.B., Greenfield House, Llanelly. CHIEF CONDITIONS OF THE APPOINT- I MENT. (1) All employees at the works will have to con- tribute towards the Doctor's fund in accordance with the following scale :— Those earniiig 11 per week and upwards, Is. per I month. Those earning under XI per week, lOd. per month. Girls of all ages and boys, 6d. per month. (2) The Doctor will have to open and maintain a Surgery at the New Dock, and to keep a duly qualified memcai practitioner m charge of the same. (3) Should any member of the Doctor's fund at any time during his own illness, or that of any of his family, desire a consultation between the Doctor and any other local medical practitioner, he shall be entitled to the same without incurring the cost of any extra charge. (4) Three calendar months' notice on either side shall end the contract between the workmen and the doctor. (5) Should the doctor, at any time, resign, die, dispose of his practice, or in any other way cease practising, his appointment as works' doctor shall also terminate, and shall not be transferable to any other medical practitioner, even if the said medical practitioner be his partner or successor. (6) Should the doctor, at any time, be desirous of leaving home for a longer period than one week, be shall always, previous to doing so, give the Workmen's. Committee due notice of such intention, and, at the same time, submit the name of his locum tenens.

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