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ST ANDREWS MAJOR PARISH COUNCIL
ST, ANDREW'S MAJOR PARISH COUNCIL. BURIAL GROUND PLANS. AGAIN SENT TO L.G.B. SIX GRAVE SPACES ONLY LEFT I IN CHURCHYARD. -j The bi-monthly; mooting of the St. JLndrew s Major Parish Cbuncil w.as held at the Parish Hall, Dinas Powis, on Monday evening last. Mr. D. R. Morgan (vice-chairman) prosided, and the members present were Captain Ivor B. Thomas, Mr. E. H. Clothier, Mr. H. Barrett, and Mr. W. C. Howe. The Clerk (Mr. W. D. Williams) read a letter from Alr. W. Brace, M.P. fote the Division, stating tihat it would not be necesslary for a deputation to wait upon him concerning the burial ground question. He advised the Coun- cil to communicate with the Local rI uoverament Hoard and send a plan of that portion of the churchyard whliah had not been used for burials to Mr. H. Fisher, the Board's inspector. A plan of the ground had since been prepared by the surveyor, showing that there were only six new grave spaces •vailablo. Much of the ground would need blasting before it could be used, and a large yew tree, which added to the beauty of the churchyard, would hiave to be removed. Mr. Howe thought the Clerk and surveyor had done very well, and IB £ ved that, inasmuch as no reply had been received from the Local Government Boaird, Mr. Brace be aisked ¡ to again intervene in. the matter. This was agreed to. The Olerk also reported that iu re- sponse to letters sent to the Barry and PenarMi Councils, seeking permission to bring in their areas pending tihe com- pletion of the new burial ground scheme, the Penartth Council had re- plied, suggesting that a deputation meet the Council that evening, but he had replied stating that the arrange- ments could not be made for that even- ing. Other business was also transacted.
THE NERVOUS AGE I I
THE NERVOUS AGE. Has the reader noticed how nervous people have become nowadavs't A well-known physician says tliat hilf the patients who come to liim in these times are nerve starved and the dis- order is growing conimoner every month. Rostlessii^s-s, disturbed sleep and headaches are only a part oi what the patients suffer. The worst is their, misery of mind. They canwt face the sm,alle.st difficulty. A slammed door tortures the raw nerves. Their fliiinds are undecided,, their tempers ir,rilta,blo, their courage and concentra- tion all gone. The worst of it is. said 1 he doctor. thait people in this conflition are tempted to fly -to drugs. Morphia, cocaine, opium and simdtr things have an evil fascination. Others over- feed themselves with fancy foods in the hope of building up their nerves. The right way to treat starved nerves is to look to the blood, for a healthy, well-nourished blood -stream feeds the nerves, quickly restoring lost vitality and bringing the mind up to its old power. Dr. Williams' pink pills for pale people owe their wonder- ful reputation to their power of mak- ing new blood—the only thing that will make healthv nerves. FREE.—The effects of modern 'ife upon the nerves are explained n "Nerves and their Needs," to be had free if you send a post card to Post Dept., 46 Holborn Viaduct. London. ———————————
FIRST WELSH SEA SCOUTS 6TH BARRY
FIRST WELSH SEA SCOUTS (6TH BARRY). Recently the above Troop held a .shooting competition, resulting in the following ,)coros:-C,. Taii aler 62, J. Clavey 62 (these two shot again J. Clavey winning), B. Williams o2, W. Majzden 51. Alf. Davies 45, b Duns- combe 42, Arthur Davies 30, F. Hor- top 30, R. Thomas 29, 1. Ringwald 28, E. Passant 27, W. Bowen 23, W- Bees 18. The first six were awarded Prlz
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BARRY TJRBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL
BARRY TJRBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. I The monthly meeting of tho Barry Urban District Council was held on Monday evening last. The Chairman (Mr. C. B.. Griffiths, J.P.), presided, and there were also present, Mr. J. E. Levers (vice-chairman), Messrs. D. Lloyd, J. Marshall, G. Wareham, E. Walton, W. Fowler, W. Beck, Dr. P. J. ODonnell, J.P., Howell Williams, S. R. Jones, T. Evans, and F. C. Milner. THE LATE 1R.. 0. II. JONES. T* v Before the commeaicemem oi me business, the Chairman said that since the last meeting of the Council, the town had suffered a severe loss by the death of the late Alderman 0. H. Jonas, Fonmon Castle, and a letter of sym- pathy; and condolence had been sellt; and a reply received from Mrs. 0. H. Jones, thanking the Council for theii sympathy in her great loss. MATERNITY AND CHILD WEL- FARE CENTRE. A deputation from the local branch I of tho Women's Co-operative Guild was received regarding tihe establishment 0.. a maternity and child welfare centre. The Chairman pointed out that the Health Committee had recommended that a consultative centre be estab- lished, and that expectant mothers be visited at their homes and advice and assistance given in necessitous cases. Mrs. Tom Jones, on behalf of the deputation, asked if it was intended to form a maternity committee ? The Chairman: Yes. Mrs. Jones: And a bed provided? Th>.< Chairman: If the committee it necessary. Revolved. on the proposition of Mr. B>; k, that the committee consist of twel ve members—iseven councillors, four ladies, and a medioal practitioner, the counoillors appointed being the Chairman, Messrs. W. Bock, F. C. Mil- nor, Dr. O'Donnell, L. P. Griffiths, J. E. Levers, and E. Walton. SEAMEN'S BOARDING HOUSE I LICENCE. Relative to the application of Emii Ludvigsen, a Belgian seaman, for the transfer of a semen's boarding house licence at 6, Regent's-street, Barry Docks, tihe application was granted on condition that Ludvigson did not go to sea. COAL SUPPLY.. I With reference to the refusal of the LooàílGovorIllment Board to sanction the opening of a coal depot, Mr. Beck asked if it was possible to form themselves into a private commit- tee. They could get coal much cheap- er by having large quantities. The Chairman: It would be bettei to approach eaoh member privately. They have done so at Aberdaro. Mr. S. R. Jones: It seems to me to smack of bribery. As members of public body, we cannot be too careful in that direction. Air. Beck: I dont mean that we should do so as councillors. Resolved that the Clerk obtain par- ticulars from Aberdare. I CULTIVATION OF LAND. I Mr. F. G. M-ilnor askod how many I applications there were from the Barry \1 end for allotments under the new soh eme? .1 The Chairman: About 200. Mr. Beck moved that the Council apply to the Loool Government Board for extended powers under the Lands Cultivation Act, 1916. There was not enough land available, and they should, have power to take any lrund that wais obttaintable. Mr. T. Evans: Have we sufficient land for people near to their own homes? The Chairman: We are trying to get all the land we can. M)r. Book: There is a difficulty in getting land. There are only three plotlS in the town that we consider suit- able, but I hope wo shall not have any "difficulty in this direction. -Air. Evans seconded the resolution. Air. Milner: Should we not wait un- til the committee has been formed. Mr. T. Evans: We have 208 appli- cations, and unless people are going to have land within reasonable distance of their homes, half of them will no. accept. It was a scandalous scheme that people, paying £32 a year to a land syndicate for a field could not touch it for cultivation. The resolution was referred to MI (1 sub-committee for consideration. IMPORTANCE OF NOTIFICATION OF BIRTHS. A letter was received from the Looal- Government Board emphasising the im- portance of securing full and complete notifications of births. RESIGNATION OF DR. BUDGE. Dr. E. J. Herrrington Budge tendered his resignation owing to pressure of professional duties as member of the medical staff of the Town Accident and Surgical Hospital. The 111 aHBr was referred to the Hos- pitals Committee for discussion. Other business was taken in private.
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