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-Aberdare Chamber ofj Trade.

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Aberdare Chamber of Trade. COUNTY COURT ACCOMMODATION. The ordinary meeting of the Aberdare and District Chamber of Trade was held on Wednesday evening at Miles' Restaur- ant. Mr. T. Lloyd, president, occupied the chair, and there was a fairly good attendance. One item on the agenda was To con- sider the question of the inadequate ac- commodation for the public at the Coun- ty Court Offices, and to decide what should be done with a view to urging the authorities to make improvements, The Chairman said they were all aware of the fact that accommodation at the local offices was very limited. Great difficulty was experienced by tradesmen who desired to go through the books. He well remembered the offices 35 years ago, and he was sorry to say they were no better or bigger to-day than they were then. It had been suggested some time ago that separate offices were to be opened at Mountain Ash, for that district. If that were done the Aberdare Offices would be considerably relieved. The secretary, Mr. T. W. Griffiths, con- firmed what the chairman had said, and added that accommodation at the Aber- dare County Court was extremely bad. rt was very awkward, also, to have the Registrar's Court held in the County Court Offices and the County Court at the Police Station. This was very try- ing, especially for solicitors. If they were not present when cases were called, those cases would be struck out. Accommoda- tion for solicitors was lacking at the the County Court. They had no room to interview witnesses, and had to do so on the landing above the stairs, or in the streets. There was no room even for bar- risters to hang up their gowns. The Chairman said the laity" suffered too, owing to the Registrar's Court being held in one building and the County Court in another. Mr. F. G. Burge remarked that there was a tumour some time ago that new County Court Offices were to be built in Aberdare, but he had heard nothing late- ly. Mr. R. H. Miles moved that a deputa- tion wait upon the Registrar regarding the matter. Mr. Emrys Evans seconded, and the motion was agreed to. STREET HAWKERS. The deputation who had been appoint- ed to interview Mr. D. Jones (lessee of the "n Market) re street hawking, presented their deport. Mr. David Evans and the Chairman said that Mr. Jones informed them that he could not impose whatever charges he liked. He could not, for in- stance, exact a heavier fee from an out- side hawker than from a resident in the district. The matter was allowed to drop. FEDERATION BANQUET. The Secretary referred to the forthcom- ing annual meeting of the Federation of Chambers of Trade, to be held in Aber- dare in October. He said that Mr. Isaac Edwards, Dowlais, had made arrange- ments to get a speaker down from head- quarters. On the motion of Mr. Tom Evans, seconded by Mr. C. R. Vicary, a com- mittee was appointed to make the ar- rangements.

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