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23 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

RURAL SANITARY AUTHORITY.

COITNTY COURT.

THE TITHE DIFFICULTY AT LLANARTH.

CAPEL BANGOR.

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BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

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BLAENPENAL. 1

CASTELL FLEMISH.

NEW QUAY.

LAMPETER.

LLANBADARN^PACT-

CRICKET.

CEREDIGION.

U.C.W. SECOND XI. v. ABERYSTWYTH…

TOn COUNCIL.

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TOn COUNCIL. A special meeting of the council was held at Town Hall on Tuesday moving. Present — George Green (mayor), Alder men D'^id Roberts JS Peter Jones, Councillors Uicbard' James D C* Roberts, C. Ai. Williams, B. E. Morgan, 'William riiomas, and Jolm Morgan Messrs A. J. Hu"h^ tow n clerk Griffith Jones, corporation- solicitor" H* x ■ Jivans, borough accountant; Rees Pontes, boro'u°-h surveyor. u«a CHRISTY MIXSTRELS. Mr jtf. E. Morgan a.kcd to be allowed P refer to a. letter vvlucv Mr Green, the mayor, had revived from a gentleman who wished to bring down Christy Misslrels for thj summer He thought it -as better to the trentleLmn that he could not come,- 20 as ta give Mr Kaw the sole monopoly. The T"n Clerk Where is he -oi:i- to penWi* Mr 13, h. Morgan sa:d the letter was a ver* *horfc one says he wants to perform for a short season. He did no* think they ought to allow anvbody fo take anything away from Mr Kain, who nn-ht tW give them a better band. ° The council decided not to allow the Christ Minstrels bam4, SUNDAY DKIivSlXG. The Mayor presented a petition for signature by th-t' council for presentation to the Lords and Com- mons in favour 04 clo^ng public houses on Sunday even-against bonafAe travellers. AlSthe members prc-sMit signed the petition. »Y»-LA\VS. The -JOuncil thew proceeded to consider the bye- iaws, f>r which tb«• mooting called. The fir«t bye-law- was to consider what fine should be imposed m case cf it. mayor aad alderman duly elected should refuse to- act, and sv member of the council who resigned c* refused taa^t.-—Mr C. M. Williams sug- gested that it should be £ 5* 5s for a mayor and £ 2 2s tor an alderman and councillor. Another proposition, was that it should be £ 3>3« a-ad £ 2 2-, while Mr B E. Morgan r-nd the Town- Clerk were strongly in, favour of substantial fines t),eing imposed. After considerable discussion, it was decided that fines of £ 4 and £ *5 2s respectively should be imposed. PUMILC WORK* X I T T E E. Alderman P",ter Jones presented a. report of thia committee, held at-the corporation offices, on Satur- day, May 21st. Present Alderman David Roberts, Councillors B. R. Morgan, C.. M. Williams, D. C. Roberts, William Thomas, Alderman Peter Jones (chairman), the borong-h surveyor, and borough: accountant. Your committee, after inspe ting Plas- crug valky-recommend;that infractions be given the borough surveyor to level the northern side nearest the town, so as to foptn a-walk on same; that the roadway and,walk be cleaned and repaired and that, the new iron seats be fixed that six new iron seats be placed on the Marine-terr.ace;. and that Sergeant Evans be desired to report any contravention of thw bye-laws on the part ot pony and donkey drivers. The report was adopted.- HARBOUR COTOFVETTRE. Mr D. C. Roberts reported that a meeting of tb. harbour committee was held at the corporation offices, on Monday, May Z3rd. Present—Mr George Green, mayor, Councillors Richard James, William Thomas, D.' C. Roberts (chairman), the borough surveYOT. borough accountant, and Mr K. G. Smith, deputy corporation solicitor. Mr R. G. Smith presented » draft agreement between Thomas Hughes, the con- tritctor for raising stones from- the quarry, and the corporation, and after-careful consideration, the same was adopted by your committee. Your commmitte* recommend the erection of a smail shed at quarry for the storeage of tools and materials at a cost not exceeding .£ti. The report wi- adopted.

BOROUGH MAGISTRATES' COURT.

THE QlLEEJSr AND THE NONCONFORMISTS'.

THE ESTABLISHED PHUKCH AND…

CROSS INN. f

MACHYNLLETH. 'I

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