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UrlTR U AH.DIA.NS. I The foraughdy meeting of the Ch-estar Board of uutouuuiB was Held on Tuesday, whon Mr. W. Vernon presided over a fuit attendance. Mr. R. itneH said that as that was the last nstMtiiig oef-re the re-elect ion of ahairman, he nroposed a nearly vote of tnankB to the chairman He had discharged his duties in a very impartial manner for tne year. He hoped ha would li-,o long and oocupy the ohair ia some future time. (AppÚuoo.) Mr. Al. Kennedy second? H& said Mr. Yemen had bean an ideal chairman. He had bad a great forbearance with fibem all, and him- Beli eepeo-aliy. He had occupied the chair with groat dignity and gieat credit to himself. (Ap- etauae. ) Tb? motion was suppcrted and carried with applause.) The Chairman said he bad taken offioe with ccns.deruDle trepidation. ILe had been as impartial as it was possible for him to be. He had strong feelings in certain directions, and he felt there "W3.S a fear ;a.t he might possibly exhibit those feelings &s ouairman, He cona*iferad a ohairman Should guide the deliberations impartially. There was only one thing be looked upon as & greater fceno-ur than being a member of that board; it was not the Town Council, it was being tlt¿> super n--enLie,-it of a. Sunday school. (Applause.) Mr. T. Kno-ale6 proposed a vote of thanks to the vice-chairman ( Mr. T. BatieT), Mr. Owen seconded. This was carried unanimously, and Mr. Butler tfaplied. The committee appointed to.consider the supply of out-relief in "kind, recommended that bread tea, sugar a.nd margarine, should be supplied from the workhouse stores and dative red at the relieving oiffcer's house for distribution. After discussion, it wa., decided to adhere to the pre- sent system of obtaining the goeds from tredes- nrcn. The tenders for istraw were orRiAAored, and the oontract was given to Mr. W. Carter, Saughall Mills, at 573. 6d. per ton.

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