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Carmarthen Board of Guardians.


Carmarthen Board of Guardians. FORTNIGHTLY MEETING AT THE WORKHOUSE. The usual fortnightly meeting of the CarmaittienBoard of Guardians was held at the Board-room on Saturday. Mr D. L. Jones, Derlwyn. presided. There were also present Mrs R. M. Thomas and Miss ITancocke, Carmarthen; Miss Gwyn, St. Isbmael Rev W. Thomas, Carmarthen Rev T. Jones, Llanadowror Messrs David C, Davies, Aber-wiii T. Ptigli, Abernant; S. Stephens and W. J. Thomas, Llan- arthney John Davies. Lfanddarroo- • T. Rees, Llanelefeilog; David Thomas, Llan- fihangel; William Williams, Liangain Herbert Howells, Llaugendeirne J. T. Williams, Llanginuing Herbert Griffiths, Llangunuor.; David Evans, Mertlivr John Authony, Mydrim David Evans, New- church Theo Williams and J. S. WIlliams, Trelech-ar-Bettws J. P. Lewis, Jonathan Phillips, and Thomas Thomas, Carmarthen. OUTDOOR PAUPERISM. The reports of the relieving officers showed the state of outdoor relief in the Union for the fortnight ending on the previous Board-day to have been as follows J} irst week 1095 paupers, being a decrease of 6 expenditure, £ 133 19s, being a decrease of 14s 6d. Second week 1095 paupers, being a decrease of 3 expenditure, £ 133 4s Gd, being an increase of X I 14s 6d. TREASURER'S REPORT. The report of tho Treasurer showed the balance in hand to be £ 2,804 15s 2d on the previous Board-day. MASTER'S REPORT. The report of the faster showed that there were 79 inmates in t'iift Hon com- pared with 92 on the c ? resp- tiding day last year. 43 tramps had been accoma*. dated during the fortnigk A treat 'o the children in the Workh-ise 1 bee', given the previous illi naIl-ko APPR ,A L. A letter was read fro i, the ocal G >vern- ment approving the increase of the salary of Mr J. D Evnns, relieving officer, from t 8 0 to C 0 0.

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