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j Llandilo Board of Guardians
Llandilo Board of Guardians. The fortnightly meeting of this body was held 011 Saturday at the Shire Hall, when those present were Mr Evan Daves (ohair- man), Mr R..Matthews (vice-chairman). Lord Dynevor. Rev J. Alban DaJes. Messrs D. Davies, Hy. Herbert. J. Humph) evs. L. X. Pow ell, W. Roberts. Dan Jones, Arthur Wil- j Rams, PritchardDavies. W. Hopkin. D. Thomas, J. Richards. W. Steph ens, J. L. Wi'liams, H. Powell, W. R:chards. W. Lewis, (ilvn Jenkins. liEDUCTlON IN VAGRANCY. The Master in h'^report stated that the number of inmates In the hous,' wa- 01 againwt 5 liast year. The va/iuin-t's during the fortnight numbered 10 against 108 lavt i vear.
BARBFjR oh PORTER
BARBFjR oh PORTER. In the absence of the porter with the colours, the Master a'kod for the services of a J. doubted if one could be obtained. Hie thought it would lie better to try and get a 'porter. They might I fortnight got plenty of s Chairman If tlie ^la^ter is p^t'sficd with a barber onc e a week e nerd not push that question—T'he 'iMaster (Mr D. Evans) s>aid that i>t he had a ^-arln r ho could not do with- out a. porter. There were more in the lmnse than there had been :or a Jong time, and the men we-re a more feeble elas*. He had three young chaps under 2(i, but they were of little help, ff lie gave them charge of the men \vh:i 1st he was in the oiffce they wouM let the men out and they would return drunk. Then there were more feeble women in the house than there had heen since he had been in office. He bad one old woman over 80 years wandered from door to door. It wanted one officer to look after the woman. He had done it for three month- M r L. Powe'il proposed they should advertise, and the only tiring that suggested itself to him. was it l ively they woukl get a porter at the s:i!ary they were paying in the past. He w-a ^teld tliev would not. that it was im- possible. It was a question for them to (on- skler.—Chairman: AVItat about the age?—Mr 1.. X. Powell held that that was smother point. — They might get an able hodied nnn between the ages of 4-3 and -30.—The Master said he did net mind even it the age was (>0. —Mr Herbert thought the old porter might eome bark.—The Master that the porter j had not told h'ni S'laigbt that he would come back, I)Ilt lit, (the Mooter) did n >t think, he wou-'d.—Mr J. L. Wiv iams pointed out that he had .seen a man from the AVorkhouse ) carrying up the books this morning. Was he of ii ) good.—Master- No, si;r can't plant cabbages. He w ill do a row or two and then go.s wrong. He is not a man he cculd trust. He went on to say that ihe wjrk was more of a wo; i.v S'iinee they had to the tramps. they had only the wri t of them now. He had not a man he coukl send on a message to town, and the man he had sent that morning bad two boys with him to advise him and to show him how to do tbing>. He send him to Harris, the ironmonger, he will go to Williams (laughter).—Mr A. Williams proposed they should advc:ii e for a man 15 to •30 years of age.—Chairman: Do you advertise for a porter temporarily.—Clerk Subject to one month's not', e. — Chairman That w ould cover ic. — Lord Dynevor ased why they should not put it at forty. That would an additional five year-.—Mr Arthur Williams 1 replied that his reason for mentioning 4-3 was because under the registra.tion they put the age up to 40 for military purposes. They coe'd not go outside the limt o! mibtary re- quirement5-. He however would agree to I '•beyond forty." Another ilrng they would have to settle what the salary would be. I> i an- e that would have to be considered.—Mr J. Richards thought thai if they fixed the ( sal'.rv thev would be in a -eriouv position, as a ma.) at fnrty would he worth more than a | man ,it s,ixtv. Let them state j tlie:r wa.gcv.-i— Clerk You liave done that Ali, J. we take that course.1— Mr A. Williams: I. second tint. We did it with regard to the caretaker of the new offices, and f .'believe \ve_ accepted the lowest tender.—Chairman: What about the duties. —Tlie Master said he wanted a man who could cut hair autl shave. — It was dee- dell tn c'btain the services of a barber, and to advertise for a porter.
j 7 Llandilo Rural District Council
7 -——— | Llandilo Rural District Council. ..Mr R. Powell (cha:nnan) and Mr E. Richards (vice-chairman). Referring to the Santarv Inspectors re- port. Mr Matthews said it had been unc.er the consideration < f the Saivtary Coniniittee. but the journal contained nothing o! into- .rest.—)Mr Goilier Harris a-kccl w ha had been done with regard to the eolMernes.—Clerk I will read vou the correspondence later on. o ROADS. Mr R'ehards brought in the xportoi the Roads Committee at which there had been present the Chairman and Mossrs Glyn .len- kins W. Lew is., and hiinsell Ihe Coni- nviittee resolved to reconinieivd that an a
I.LAXDILO. DjED ix HEll SLEEP.—The death occurred Oil Saturday morning tho 28th ult. of Mrs Charlotte Uavies. New road, the wife of Nil. William Davie-s, so well known as the form r 1 busman of the Cawdor Arms. She had been ailinu for some t'me, but had gone to re-t 011 Friday in an apparently improved con- it;oij, I)iit, on awakening in the morning, Mr ptN-7ps Pound her dead by his side. 11-itli him the greatest sympathy is felt, their raar- red Ffe having been such a happy one. Tho deceased was (52 years nfage. Her i-t,riiiiin- Churchyard on Tuesday