Symud i'r prif gynnwys
Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

9 erthygl ar y dudalen hon



TRfcUARO.V SCIENCE ANP AKT Sm-KSSES —The following successes are recoMnl 1 y pupiU M the County i S,-hool firs class Hugh Li yi, | D. J. Edwards, T. fli(,iiias second clas* Arthur '1 honrns. Li y L 'A'ah f 1 Evans, D. 0 Da.vies, L>»\ i■ Wil iams, U.iviis D. Jones, aod David Davits?. Ch**m.stry, first, class T. H. Davies, Sarah Anne Dalies, HeibiTt Duties, D. 0. Davies, ,Ju<- p: J. Edwards, T. Kicnarui, and Lx y L.UJ a; .-I-c.CI class: John Thomas, Aitour Thomas, and W. D. Davies. BOARD OF GUARDIANS, TUESDAY. Al"T 2n"L'.—Present Mr D. J. Williams, Caron L uer, churmac, pn sidi' • Mr Hugi HM'oe-t. N-.nt- cwnlle, vice-chairn. M-ssis P. n; L. -yu Blaenpennal Richard James, Caron Low«r R. Jones, Caron Upper Daniel Lo lwick, Gartheli David Davies, Gor-*ydd; William re", Gor wydd Thomas Davies, Gwynfil Peter Davies, Llangeitho John Oxenp, L'anbadaru Lewis Oliver, Yspytty Ystwyth Charles ilk Ystrail Meurig the Rev T. R. Morgan, Ll*dro i Upper Messrs Jenkin Lloyd, clerk Rees Rowlands, relieving officer; and M. Morgan, master. bttthstirs,—Out-re! let administ-reii during tue past fortnight, per Mr Rees Rowlands, i:40 S" Od to 14S paupers corresponding period laH year, f39 Us Od to 147 paupers. Number of vagrants relieved during the past fortnight. 16 bring a decrease of 9 as compared with corresponding period last year. Number of inmates in the Hous-, 29 as compared with 24 corresponding period last year. The Hou-c.—The Visiting Committee reported having inspected the Workhouse on July 19th and found everything in good order. The front of the House, however. required renovating and the Com- mittee recommended thac it should bi paintril. The Committee also suggested the purchase of ladder3 for the House.—The Guardians resolved t > have the House painted, but deferred the question of ladders. Flii'ini•p..—Cheques to the amount of E200 were drawn. — The Board rose after a short sitting. RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL.-A meeting of the Council was held after the Board, Mr Ricnard Jones, Caron Lower, presiding, and there were present those members in attendance at the Guardians' meeting. Tr^inron Wat-r Supply. — Correspondence relating to this matter was read fi, iii the Caron Lower Parish Council and the Council, after dis- cussion, deferred further consid-ratiou to the ordinary meeting. In"lectors R,,Iort. The Inspector's report was read and instructions given to serve notices in ali cases necessary.—The Clerk was instructed to write to Mr Arch in regard to Forest-buildings and Cwmcarfan and pointing out that unless immediate steps were taken to put the dwelling-houses in a habitable condition, legal proceedings would be taken without further notice. Fin mice.—Cheques amounting to about £70 were drawn.—There was no other business of interest.



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