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HAVERFOROWEST BOARD OF CUARDIANS. The fortnightly meeting of this body was held on Wednesday at the Workhouse, Haver- fordwest. Present Mr. T. Llewellin (chair- man), Ven. Archdeacon Hilbers, Rev. G. P. Gabriel, Rev. H. Evans, Rev. W. H. Walters, Messrs W. Howell Walters, J. C. Bowen, G. Davies, Win. Thomas, W. G. Eaton Evans, T. Williams, J. T. Ll. Davies, Vincent J. G. Johns, Samson Vviiiliams, P. GwytShecj, W. Cole, K. Palmer, G. Harries, J. Thomas, T. Mathias, J. F. Jenkins, T. Baker, H. P. Griffiths, S. Lloyd Lewis, W. D. Griffiths, J. Reynolds. VACCINATION RETURNS. These returns for 1905 showed: Fishguard district 200 births registered, and all either vaccinated or accounted for Haverfordwest, 250 births, and all accounted for; Milford: 368 births, four of which could not be traced; St. David's, 137 births, and all accounted for. For the first six months of 1906 the returns were Fishguard, .116 births, all accounted for Haverfordwest 113 births, only one unac- counted for, having left the district; Milford: 171 births, and 10 outstanding St. David's, 68 births, all accounted for. NAVY AND ARMY PENSIONS. The Chesterfield Guardians wrote asking the Haverfordwest board to support a resolution in favour of placing army and navy pensioners on the same footing as members of friendly societies, and that these should not, when ap- plying for out relief. have a pension up to and including 5s a week, taken into consideration by the Guardians. Mr. W. Howell Walters moved that the rcco- lution be acepted. Rev. W. H. Walters said at present the Guardians dealt with each individual case, and he moved that the resolution lie on the table. Air. W. G James said if they adopted the resolution the Guardians would be prohibited from taking the allowance to members of friendly societies into consideration. Mr. W. Howell Walters said that was the law at present. It was only a case of putting naval and army pensioners on the same footing. Mr. Howell Walters did not press his resolu- tion, and the matter dropped. DEFAULTING PARISHES. The Clerk reported there uere twelve de- faulting parishes, and he asked for instruc- tions to write an official letter, threatening the overseers with proceedings if the calls were not paid by that day fortnight. The default- ing parishes were Hamlet St. Thomas, Uzmas- ton, Llanstinan, St. Mary and St. Thomas (Haverfordwest), Pontwain, St. David's, Cartlett and St. Elves. Mr. Samson Williams expressed astonish- ment that St. Elves should be in default, seeing it only contained two ratepayers. (Laughter.) On the motion of Mr. T. J. Harrier, the clerk was instructed to write a threatening letter to the defaulting parishes. LOVED HIS REST. The House Committee recommended that an inmate named Thomas should be discharged from the workhouse as he appeared to be able to work. It was said that Thomas was an able-bodied man, now fully recovered from an illness, but who wanted to remain in the workhouse for which he had developed an affection. It was resolved that Thomas should be at once discharged from the house.

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