Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

25 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

IAMLWCIT. I

Rhestrau Manwl, Canlyniadau a Chanllawiau
Dyfynnu
Rhannu

AMLWCIT. LOCAL HOARD OF HKALTrt. A meeting of this Board was held at the Scientific Hall, on Friday the Uth inst., in aecordance wi'h a reso- lution to that effect passed at the previous sitting. The business for transaction was of a more multiform cha- racter than usual, and occupied the close attention of the Board for upwards of two hours. The following gentlemen were present—Owen Jones, Esq. Chairman; Elias Jones, Gwredog; Richard Lewis, Maesil won bach It. L. Dew, Hon. Sec.; John Sellers, Highfield-house U. It. Storey, Salem Terrace; and Dr. Hughes. A letter to the Hoard, from a medical gentleman in to\\lI, wa, pel'd by the Hon. Sec., the contents of I which ofler no particular subject for remark. The minutes of the last Board meeting were Fead and | confirmed. The l(ite Ifarq(t, et iispect,)r (,f Niii- sances was directed to dispose of the pigs belonging to this person's family, and with the proceeds of their sale to defray the rent du<' to the landlord. flwjh. Jones, "afor! !fIlYII, -Å pip;,tye OWI]C,¡ by thi, party, at the i'oit, was complained of as a permanent nuisance, and seven days' notice was ordered to be served upon him to remove it. A uumber of Nuisance eases came before tho Board, aud occupied a considerable time for discussion. Pe- remptory orders for removal were directed to be given to sundry offenders. Otoe it Hobrrtts Case.—A deputation in connection with this nuisance case at the Port, consisting of two householders (Owen Parry and David Edward*) w ho had had notices served upon them by the Inspector to con- tribute to the making of a covered drain from Hugh Ro- berts's premises through their own to the main street sewer, attended the meeting to offer olljeetion.s to the proposed plan of operations, and after a careful consider- ation of the statements made by these p rtie, it was deemed advisable by the Board to appoint a sub-coin- > mittee of three members, for the purpose of proceeding with the Inspector to view the locality, aud to report upon the most eligible remedial measures at a subse- quent meeting of the Board. The following report from the Medical Officer was read to the meeting bv the Hon. Sec — To the /iuihwh Hoard of lle-dth. GKNTLK.MKN,—Owen Owens continues to improve; the nurse, Mary Hughes, is a very good one. I wish we could engage the services of one or two nv»re, for fear we may require them, as the greatest difficulty I had to ded with, was the scarcity of goo I and brave nurses. "I have a number of ca*e* of diarrluca under treat- ment; the wife of Owen Jones had some of the pre- monitory symptoms of Cholera this evening, but she is n »w better, I have visited several houses in the districts where diarrhoea is prevailing, and I submit the following to vour consideration :— I. The house occupied by Will, Hughes, O lyng alch, Port, is sadly out of repair wants whitewashing, win- (low.i i-t 1).iircil, &c. As it at present exists, it j", a great nuisance. "2 Richard Thnma, Boncyrodyn, Port, complains of a pigstye, the drain from which empties itself into the I house in which he lives. The drains in this district are very defective. "3. House occupied by the children of John Wynne, near Llyn Bricks, is unfit for people to live in it. The children, too, have no bed clothes. ".1. Mary Williams, Quay, Port, has no shoes of any description to wear. 41 6 the house occupied by Elizabeth Lewis, Kh «st is a positive nuisance; the rain runs through. It would be a great blessing if most, if not all the bouses at Khos, were destroyed. f,f>. The house occupied by Margare* Owen, Tmyfo n- went, is not one conducive to health and comfort, and uot tit as a lodging hj)\le. I intend to retain the services of Mary Hughevmtil the patient is out ot danger, and the clothes disinfected or 4< In 11:t"t(), "Thus, Hue,mis, M,D. u Amlwch, November D, HC,6. Seven In reference to the first and second eases on this list, the Inspector was ordered to serve notices iu both in- stances upon the landlord, Mr John Hughes, 11 Dai, to have the premises complained of put into habit- able order, and the pigstye taken down. 3. John Wynne's Children.—These children, deserted by their father, and whose mother lately died, are now in the charge of an all nt, hy whom they are deplorably neglected and it was decided on their b.dialf to memo- rialize the Hoard of to place iheni in charge of 80m" better disposed person. destitu- tion was directed to be brought before the notice of the Relieving Office-. 5. Klr.ahtth Lewif, plbo." Notice ordered to be given to Edward Francis to put the house in habitable condi- tion. f). Sfaryaret Owen, Tanyfomrent. -These I)Y-(,tiii,ei ;ire in such bad sanitary order, that the Inspector was re. quested to lose no time in bringing the matter to the no- tice of Mr. B. Jtoose, who, it was considered, would attend to the necessary repairs forthwith. An animated discus-ion now arose upon the dilatory act oil if the Burial Board in the completion of the new Cemetery. It was atlirmed that the ground was not well ej-closed with a high wall, and that the only exit- ing obstacle to its being used was the non-payment of purchase money for the laud—about t'lOO. The pre- sent crowded state ot the church yard was strongly an- imadverted upon, anll the n -cessity of the Hoard of Health taking themitter up was strongly urged. Fi. nally, it was agreed to memorialize the Burial Board to the following effect :— "That this Roard, regarding the connexion which ex- ists between the sanitary condition of this town, and the present state of the churchyard, cannot but express their opinion that to continue interments therein, en- dangers the health of the inhabitants. This B >ard, therefore, begs to call the attention of the Burial Board to the fact as above stated, and earnestly hopes that im- mediate steos will be taken, whercbv the new Cemeterv may be appropriated to its intended purpose." It was announced to the meeting, that Mr. Pritehard, Llwydiarth Esgob, hail promised to contribute to to- ward* tho construction of a pump on hi property, at i Ffynnon Eleth Well, and that the Bight Hon. Lady | Diuoiben had presented to the Board au ornamental iron putnp with brass finishings, for the purpose of hav- j ing it fixed in the well in question. j 'file Board forthwith desired that the Hon. See. would kindly convey the best thanks of the meeting to Lady Dinorbeii for her benevolent _,it*t. I -rid:\ COllcllltlt'(l tht, business of tit,? :iii,i the next Board day wa- fixed for the following Tuesday. On Tuesday, the 13th inst., the Board meeting was a large one, there being present—Mr. Elias Jones Gwere- dog,'chairman Rev. J. Richards, liev. H. K. Hughes; Dr. Hughes; Messrs. John Sellers, Thos. F. Evans, J.as. M. Williams, Ii. R. Storey, Ja?i? Williams, aud J. H. Treweek. Idle minutes of Friday's meeting were read ami con- firmed. 1 he several cases of nuisances adjourned from pre- vious Board meetings, were now reported upon by the Inspector, and sundry instructions were givuito that officer as to further improvements. Jl'w. /fujthes, lit/Jy, HoiiCyrodyo.- The Hon. Sec. was requested, in this case, to memorialize the Board of Guardians, and request their attention to the state of destitution in which I his family exists. Lewis, ]lhos.Notice was ordered to be given by the Inspector to have this house closed up, as unfit for human habitation. A number of small accounts for services rendered iu cholera cases, were passed by the Board, aw.1 forwarded for payment to the Board of Guardians. A report from the Medical Officer was read, from which it appears that two eases of cholera and 2S cases of diarrlioia were under treatment between the old and loth of November. A vote of thanks to the Chairman closed the business of the day, aud another meeting of the Board was called for Friday. Livrrn! — We have been favoured here with n visit by the popular Vainer, the Rev. Kilhby Jones, of j London, who on Tuesday evening delivered an interest- j ing lecture, in the Welrdi language, upon Daniel How. lands, Llangeitho, and other contemporaries, founders of the Welsh Calvinistic doctrinal school. Ili., was one of rather extensive scope, and which required >he whole of the rev. lecturer's talent to do it justice. We could not, however, avoid coming to the eonclu>ion that if his theme was an English one, his endeavours would have been more successful, and less constrained. In the course of a long residence away from his native province, he has attaiued to be au ex.:ellcut scholar, all able speaker, but not by the cultivation of his native tongue. Pot't'LAU i!FADINGS, — It is with much gratification that the pleasuredoving portion of our townspeople will learn that it is iu prospect t > have these pKa-aut meetings resuscitated, during the approaching winter month-. The amusement and induction combined, which they afforded last season, will not .soon bo forgotten, and we think if they were allowed to drop, it would prove a great disappointment to many who have Leu looking forward with eagerness, for their recommencement. An agreeable source of entertainment at all times, both t,) the amuser.s and the amused, they assist considerably to render tolerable the otherwise dull winter evenings spent in a quiet country town. Bof)y oil ilic-, morning of Tuesday last, tile headless body of a man was discovered wa-hed ashore at Poi thweu Bay, near Amlwch, by Abr di un Jones, Caedwr, who immediately despatched a message to the parish authorities, notifying the sad incident. A cotlin was quickly made, and se<U under the charge of a parish official and a policeman to the spot, and the trunk, after fruitless search being made lor any marks oi iden- tification, was brought and laid in the parish deadheuse, to await the coroner's inquest. From the decoinpox d state oi the corpse,it had evidently undergone along im- mersion in the water, and bore terrible marks of muti- lation from the rocks. The covering attache I to the body, consisted of ordinary check plaid trousers, sup- ported round the waist by a tar rope, a fancy flannel shirt, and blue yarn stockings. A wooden clog was also fanned on the left foot. A week previously, a human head was found about the same part of the shore, and 'vi b'un'd at Llanlliana. Scarcely any doubt can exiso that it must have belonged to the remains washed ashore on Tuesday.

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