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Carmarthen Chamber of Commerce. A Infctinfj of this Coanuil was held on Monday evening, at the Town Hall, when .there were present, Mwwrs T E. Brigseoeke, vice-president (in the chair), T Bland Davies, Walter Spurrell, Jamos Danes, David Griffiths, C E. Davies Cna.les Chapman, E. R Fvans W. Tliomas, linmias Lloyd, II. !<. Pritchard (treasurer), and the secretary, J. Saer. D\NGER LIGHTS ON LLANSTEP11 AN CROSSING. It had been previously brought under the notice of the Chamber that there weie no lights tixed on the n-ates at L'.anstephan and Pensarn railway crossings, the absence of which was a source of danger to carriages and bicycles on dark night. The Ciamber had called attention to the matter, and now the officials of the G.W.R. Co. had promised to fix the necessary lights. A PRIZE FOR THE JOINT COU, NTI ES' SHO W. The Council decided to fri ve an open prize of £, <>s at the forthcoming show of the Joint Counties Agricultural Society to be shortly held at Carmarthen as a mark of the Chamber's appreciation of the decision of the Society to hold the show in this town. THE PROPOSED NEW PASSENGER STATION. It was resolved to ask the co-operation of the Town Council and other bodies in pressing the Great Western Riilvvay Compauy to hasten forward the Miection of anew passenger fetation at Carmarthen, and thus do away with the inconvenience of changing -i at the Junction. THE PROPOSED RECREATION AND EXHIBITION GROUND. The meeting was adjourned for a fortnight, and it was decided to take further steps meanwhile to obtain an answer from the lessees of the land near Magazine- row, with a view to its being obtained for a Recreation and Exhibition Ground.


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