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BOARD OF GUARDIANS. Friday.—Present: Messrs. T. Howes Roberts (Vice-chairman), presiding, T. Pierce Hughes, Hugh Williams, Joseph Roberts, Denbigh; John Lloyd, John Roberts (Foxhall), Henllan; John Vaughan, John Williams. William Owen, John Kerfoot, Thomas Evans. John Pierce, Abergele; Joseph Jones, Llanddulas George Williams, Meliden Robert Davies, Prestatyn; W. Conwy Bell, Robert Morris, Mrs. Rawlins, Rhuddlan R. J Parry, Bettws; Rev. John Adams, Waen: Thomas Morgan, Cwm Llew- elyn Jones, Mrs. Mary Jones, Mrs. Percy, Rhyl; Miss Bennett, Joseph Lloyd, St. Asaph; and Mr. Charles Grimsley (Clerk). GIFTS FOR THE INMATES. The Master reported having received two large baskets of oranges, and a parcel of illustrated papers, for the inmates from Mr. Powers, Bryn Dina3 Hotel, St. Asaph, and the gifts were ordered to be acknowledged with thanks. ° THE HEALTH OF THE CHAIRMAN. A letter was read from Mrs. Morgan, Cae Gwyn, thanking the Board for its expression of sympathy with Mr. Edwin Morgan, the Chair- man, in his illness. v) r Morgan had had a very severe illness, wisi !i left him very weak. and not able to do anything yet He was get- ting much better, and hoped to be able to re- sume his duties shortly. A letter was also read from Mr. John Ro- berts' (Geinas) son, regretting the absence of his father from the meeting, and stating that he had been bed ridden for four weeks. A resolution of sympathy with Mr. Roberts was passed. CENTRAL POOR LAW BOARD. A circular letter was read intimating that the meetings of the Central Poor Law Bon,rd would be held in London on the 16th and 17th of February, and inviting this Board to send up delegates. In the event of their doing so, it was asked that a subscription of 10s. be sent up On the motion of Mr. Joseph Lloyd, it was decided not to send up delegates, or to subscribe. but on the motion of Mr. Joseph Jones it was resolved to procure copies of the transactions of the meetings. EXTENDED POWERS OVER PAUPER CHILDREN. A circular letter was considered from the Keighley Union asking the Board to join in a petition in favour of extending the power of Guardians in the control of pauper children. On the motion of Mr. Llewelyn Jones, it was decided to support the petition. COUNTY ASSESSMENT. The next business was the consideration of the proposed basis for the assessment of the county rates in the county of Flint. The Clerk explained that the County Coun- cil had accepted all their assessments except- ing those of the parish of Dyserth Mr. R. Llewelyn Jones, as the Chairman of the Sub committee of the County Finance Com- mittee which had dealt with the question of assessment, said there must be some mistake. His Committee had accepted all the figures in the county with the exception of those of the Union of Hawarden. He suggested that the Clerk should communicate with the Clerk for the County Council on the matter. This was agreed to. SERVING INTOXICANTS TO YOUNG CHILDREN. A circular letter and copy resolution was read from the Bodmin Union asking the Govern- ment to promote legislation that would render it illegal to sell or serve intoxicating liquors to children under the age of 13 years off the pre- mises. Miss Bennett proposed, Mrs. Jones seconded, and it was unanimously agreed to adopt a similar resolution. TESTIMONIALS TO OFFICIALS. It was resolved to grant the application oi Miss Williams, Matron's Assistant, and Miss Williams, the Industrial Trainer (who are can- didates for offices in other institutions), for testimonials. THE SCHOOL ATTENDANCE COMMITTEE. The officials of this Committee were re- appointed for a further period of twelve months.