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LLANELLY LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH.—The elec- tion for this Board, which was an exciting one, ter- minated on Saturday last, with the result we predicted. We last week gave the names of the successful candi- dates. The 12 gentlemen who were nominated by W. Chambers, and R. J. Nevill, Esquires, were elected, although strenuous efforts were made, on behalf of some of the gentlemen who do not figure well on the list, to exclude a portion of them. It is to be hoped that the members of the Board will co-operate for the good of the town regardless alike of party feelings or prejudices, and that they will direct their best energies for the judicious expenditure of the income of upwards of £;500, derivable from the property of the late trustees, so as to save the pockets of the rate-payers. On Monday last, the first meeting of the Board was held, when Mr. W. Chambers was on the proposition of Mr. C. N. Nevill, seconded by Mr. Pal- mer, and carried neni. con. elected chairman. On Sa- turday the officers of the Board will be elected. For the office of Clerk there are two candidates; Mr. F. L. Brown, and Mr. R. B. Jones; while for that of sur- veyor there is but one, namely, Mr. Griffith Harris. Mr. Powell's Foxhounds will meet on Monday next, at Whitland Abbey, and on Thursday at Ystrad Lodge- each day at ten o'clock.

PEMBROKESHIRE.

CARDIGANSHIRE.