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Chwiliwch 15 miliwn o erthyglau papurau newydd Cymru

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Soa?-d of Guas*s £ 2&rcse TOOTH BRUSHES FOE HOUSE CHIIDRFiY tL. II Simon prcs.ceu it inc .ui'L-- nigbtly meeting of this Board cn Jicnday, and there were also present, in addition to tho District Councillors :—Messrs William Jones, William Ellis, and He. E Stephens, with the clerk (Mr R H the Workhouse master (Mr J E Roberts;, and the relieving officers (Messrs P A Jones and G A Morris). I £ r H R Williams, Lccal Gorernraent Fcard Inspector for Wales ctnd ilcnmcutb- sbire. also attended, and at tho ccnelusion • n of the business addressed the Beard, TEE HOUSE. The Master reported that the- nnriber of pauperei in the house that day wis "7, as against 37 on the corresponding day last year. During the past fortnight 84 vagrant: had been relieved, an. incrcss^ of IS TOUTH BRUSHES QUESTION, The quarterly report of the ladles' Committee stated that when the children of the union went up to YachSwyd cn duly lq to tea, Mrs Currey e- as to the habit of cleaning teeth, and was Informed that tcoth brushes were not allowed by the Guardians. The committee I at a meeting hela on the th met* con- b sidered the matter urgent. Forght in large quantities tooth brushes were not expensive articles, and health lc. after life depended greatly on their use. The ladies also reported that two working classae had been held already, and the women seemed io like them very much, the wrrk Treating interest and amusement. Replying to a question, the Clerk said the :usstion of providing tooth brushes was discussed by the Guardians scno years ago and the Board was too much atraid of the late Mr E Powell Jcnee tc- go in for them (laughter). Mr Wuliam Ellis: Leave the matter alcne= There are hundreds of children outside of the house who hare a tooth brush. Joseph Bavies I propc.~c that -e don't have them. Rev E Stephens Are they necs-sErjCy tor the children's health The Chairman Yfe all knew Mr Stephens, without being told. The Local Government Inspector said tooth brashes were now us eel pretty generally nearly in every heme. They o be of groat advantage if used nroperly. C the motion of Mr Stephens, seconded by Mr William Jones, it was decided by 9 votes to 4 to supply the brushes

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