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Llandilo Board of Guardians
Llandilo Board of Guardians The fortnightly meeting of this body was held on Saturday last, when there were pre- sent Mr R. Ma.tthews (chairman). Mr W. E. Richards (vice-chairman), Rev Edred Jones, Messrs L. X. Powell, W. Hopkin, Fvan Da vies, John Lewis, Arthur Williams, Dan Joes, W. Stephens, Hy. Herbert, J. L. NN* it- liams, Gomer Harris, J. T. Stephens, ÜJYll Jenkins D. Pritchard Davies, J. James, W. Lewis, W. Williams, T. Thomas. J. BeVun Evan Harris, J. Richards, W. Roberts (Llan- fynydd). T. Harris, AA-. Griffiths.
FOOD CONTROL. The Master reported that the number of inmates in the House was ö4 against 61 in the corresponding period last year. The va- grants who had been in the house in the fort- night numbered 24 against 64 last rear. Divine service had been held by the Revs j Owen HOTVOMS (0.31.) and G. lidmunds NA It- liams (Baptist).—Mr H y. Herbert: Do you give the inmates allowance according to the Food Controller.—'Master: They don't get his scale now.—The Master went on to say that they had only 55 inmates in the house receiving moat as part of their diet; flour, 51 bs Ôlozs per wee/k at Is 2d a head; meat, lib lOJozs at Is lOJd each sugar, 7ozs; officers, flour, 8lbs a week at lis 9^(1; meat, 4lbs per head per week; sugar, Ilb erieli.-Chvirnian: So you see.—Mr Arthur Wj.iHams The aver- age works below.—Master: We give more than the allowance to the children. They get what they ask for.—Later on Mr L. X. Powell a eked to be permitted to mention the mutter again. He was not quite sure he took the Master s figures correctly. lie was quite sure they had no better officers under them, but he would ask them to fall into line with the Food Controller as much as possible. It was every bod's duty from peer to peasant He thought there was a slight increase in the rations mentioned.— Master: I thought they were the scale.—Mr J. Richards: Would it be possible for the Master to work in the garden afterwards? (laiightc,r).-The Chairman said that according to the report there were five officers. They were allowed 8]bs of bread, 4lbs of meat, a.nd lib of sugar. They would hare to remember the 81b of bread and the 41b of meat were for grown up. hard working people. The 4!bs of meat by Lord Devon- port was the average, for old and young. so 81bs was not If there is anything over we give it to the children.— Mr L. X. Powell I am quite convinced we have no more economical officers.—The Master said if they reduced the sugar and meat he could not work much.—Mr L. X. Powell said lie would not be a party to proposing any- thing. He would rather 1 r-ave it to the master and matron. If it was possible he had no doubt they would,—blaster: I have been watchiiv the potatoes and give them with their jackets on.
IX CRiEA S Kl REMrXERATIOXS
IX CRiEA S Kl> REMrXERATIOXS. A letter was read from the L.G.B. stating that they were prepared to allow the in- crease of tl2 to Mr Popkin, the relieving officer, as additional remuneration to meet his train expenses. With regard to the pay- ment to the Master for carrying on the work of the porter in the (absence of an officer of that kind, the L.G.B. were prepared to allow the sum of £ 7. They thought that would be sufficient.—Master: I don't think the L.G.H. deiais fair with me. You allowed me a shilling a day and I saved you C40 aI don't think thev de^U "uiiana, Tvn.aL uia we allow you?—Clerk: We allowed £ 10 3s a year and they have a 1 lowed t7.Ilr Arthur Williams: That is their decision.—Air Evan Davies propose-d, and it was seconded, that they should ask the Local Government Board to reconsider their decision.—The Master said he had not a man now to assist him in the garden. He was working sixteen hours a day and doing the hooks on Sunday. —Mr Evan Davies said there was a fine gar- den at the Workhouse, and it was most im- portant especially in war time. He was given to understand men who had been in the house during the winter were leaving now. He thought they should be asked to work in the garden. They could not expect the Master to do all the work himself. He unde-siood some of the men going out now would be back in the autumn. It was only fair to ask these men to stop there now to do most of the heaw work in the garden. They could not exprc't the master to
AFFLICTKJ) SOLDIERS. A circular letter was received from the Xeath Board of Guardians asking the Board to support them in endeavouring to set the military authorities to send soldiers who Avere mentally effected to special asylums and not to the ordinary asylums.—Mr J. Bevan In this matter the Xeath Guardians are more progressive than w,e.-It was agreed to 9 support to the Xeath Guardians.
JIOXTHLY MEET i XG S
JIOXTHLY MEET! i XG S. The Clerk having explained the difficultv he had in getting clerical work done in con- nection with the Board. Mr J. B van moved that the Board should meet monthly instead of fortnightly. He said that in face of the circumstances of the day, and the need of labour in other spheres of life, and to save expense, it Avas AVOII that they should adopt the motion.—Mr Gomer Harris had great plea- sure in seconding. He had brought it for- Avard months ago. He thought they should economise everywhere, and as he understood it other bodies Avere adopting the plan.—Mr J. Richards W hen are you going to start11 -Atr E. Davies Straight aAvav.
Llanelly Teacher and His Exemption
Llanelly Teacher and His Exemption. DECISION* OF THE BESCH, The case of Dan S. Griffiths. a Llanelly teacher, was mentioned at the Llanelly Police Court on Monday, the Bench having, on Wed- neisdav last, reserved a decision in connection with the charge that he was a miiir-arv ab- sentee. The Presiding Magistrate (Mr W. David), said the Bench were satisfied that by not complying with the conditions vested in the exemption imposed by the Central Appeal Tribunal the defendant had become an absen- tee without leave. They had no alternative to deal with him as Having regai d. however, to the Board of Education cirewier of the 19th inst., they had decided to further adpourn the case until the 7th March to tJJ- flible Lieut. lngrams to comnnmieate with the military authoritie.s and ascertain Avliether they required the defendant, in viciv of Para- graph 5 of that circular. Lieut. Ingrarns: There is a letter from the War Office, which f read ia<=t time, stating that defendant is to be. cvnled up and jw-ted. The circular is merely an arrangement b> tAveen the War Office and the Board of E ti- cation. The Board of Education. with the siinction of the War Office, are allowed to grant an exemption to teachers bdow cate- gory A. III this case the War Offiv refu-ed to grant the sanction.
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Llandilo Rural District j Council
Llandilo Rural District j Council. Mr W. E. Richards (chairman). SCARCITY OF WATER, i There was a long di-cussion with regard to the scarcity of water in the Pcnygroes and Y- neighbouring localities, and in the portion of the Carmarthen Union that received its supply from the Llandilo I riloil. Cbair- man said that lie had been talking to a mem- her of the Carmarthen Council last Ssituj-day, and lie (the Chairman) was expecting a eom- municntion that day from the Carmarthen Council. What they complained Avas that there was a great deal of -Prom the discussion it appeared some of that Avast age took place in the Carmarthen area. Certain steps were agreed upon, with a view to a remedy and to make the supipy more general.
COUNCIL TO MEET MOXTHLY
COUNCIL TO MEET MOXTHLY. On the motion of Mr Gomer Harris, it waS agreed to hold the meetings during the war monthly instead of fortnightly.
I THE CUTT1XG OF WAYSIDE TREES
THE CUTT1XG OF WAYSIDE TREES. Mr_Eva.n Davies asked for reports from the Surveyors Avith regard to the lopping of the trees on the road sides. —Mr -J. L. Williams trees on the road s' L. Williams doubted if it would do to hold the meetings monthly. Her was a case in point.—The Sur- veyor said the Avork could be done by the Council and the ownei's charge],—Mr J. L. Williams said that in his own case if he put his man to trim the hedges, lie Avould have to withdraw him from the plough.—Clerk The Surveyor will get it done for you and you pay. —Mr Evan Davies said that it was only the brandies of trees that Avanted cutting. 'Pli-e v need not take men from the plough for that. —Mr J. Bevan said that the Bettws Colliery was only Avorking half time, and Mr Williams could get plenty of men from the Colliery. could get plenty of men from the Colliery.
TRACTION EXGINEs. There was a long discussion over a letter "from the County Council with regard to the traction engines on the road. The Llandilo Council was asked to adopt the recommenda- tios of the County Council.- This the Council decided to do, but recommended certain amendments to the recommendations.
MORE ABOUT THE TREES
MORE ABOUT THE TREES. Mr J, Jones Avanted to know Avhat they should do with the branches of the trees after being cut off. Could they take them? —It was agreed they were the property of the landlords and that they Avould have to be ieft on the roadside.
COMMON" LAXDS. Rev Edred Jones brought forward the ques- tion of taking up common lands. He knew of persons anxious to secure allottments of considerably magfnitudo. But it appeared they could not move, but he understood that other Councils had moved.—Mr Gomer Harris said Mr Jones was only reiterating what he had said. He had foiknved the matter liP, and had seen that SAvansea and Pontardulais had taken action. He was told they had the power to acqilire allottments. They had had applications years ago and they should haAre the poAver to let people hav e the lands. Their two neighbouring Councils had had it.-Ilr Evan Jones said the Order had been in the ncAV.-papers. — Mr J. S. Williams urged that Avhat they did they should do at once. The host plan was for poor people to spade up the land and no one Avould interfere with them.— 11 T rt ,.l-^ ,] +1t TV, 1 i- tor the whole district.—It was agreed to apply for the Order.—Mr Evan Davies said they ought to have a committee to deal with the answer.—Mr Gomer Harris: Better late thnn never. He was willing to have a com- mittee.—One was appointed.
lillllllllllllllllllllMililliiiiiiilil^telillllil! THE REALWELSH CURE lion I fkviwt BALSAM I CURES llli COUGHS&COLDSL Invaluable in the Nursery MS OF ALL C ii.MibTS AND STORES. 3b| 1 l.ilE.. -I BOTTLES Is. 3d. and 3s.
Tp- DISTRICT NEjWS. LLANFY NY'Di). THE Parish of Liaulynydd has-very J'eason to be proud of its achievunrait ri connection Avith the work of of the National Egg Collec- tion. Sincc the work was started in July. 1915. upward of 13.800 eggs have been do.-pat.-bed from the parish, foe distribution to the hospitals.
PEMBREY. AT a s.iie of the furniture ol the late Mr Court, Danygraig House. Pemltrey, all old armchair Avhich started with a £ 5' bid Avas eventually knocked down at £ '177 10s. It. was described as a real antique claw-and-ball | armchair. Avitli carved slu i! j>atteru cabriole legs.
TRELECVH. 1 HE j>roc:cus oi a hoiise-to-iiotise collection | organised by the Parish Council at Tre!cob. in aid of the Y.IE.C.A. and Red Cross funds, amounted to £:1;30,
Boot Sellers Case to be i ReHeard
Boot Sellers Case to be Re-Heard. The Carman hciv-hire App ai Tribunal Jiave givt n in oil" • decision in the c:\es ot Thomas road. Llaneliy, who (laened the right of appeal. His case was dismissed by tare local tribunal ami lie joined up in May, 1016. but as he only classified liolli-O to or his class. ciii,f] I,, ii-, November lie made another application, but local tribunal held they had no jurisdiction in the i matter and lefu-cd to hoar it. The Countv Appeal Tribunal have now decided to treat tiie application as oil" of re -hearing and refer the ca- e bacn to the local tribunal in order that thev may re-ln ar and determine it. The local trib-mal Avere right in declining to en- tertain the application, and the present deci- sion was based on tho blm)p;On that, rot- Avithstanding its form. the application was intended to be one for re-hearing, and was fr.ated a- sucli by the partie-. r'; LIXSEED _COMPOUND is n prf d C"1>h Mixture, tif-octive Fouaoiiiioal, Ot L'h>m s's only