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20 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

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SPECIAL MEETING. RE-APPOINTMENT OF MEDICAL OFFICER. WITH £ 38 HONORARIUM. The Mayor (Mr T. Tucker) presided over a special meeting of the Tenby Town Council on September 19th, when the other members present were Councillor C. Farley (Deputy Mayor), Aldermen Griffiths, Chiles and Leach, Councillors George Thomas, Mason and W. H. Thomas, together with Mr T. M. Eastlake (Borough Accountant) and Mr A. J. Newton (representing the Borough Treasurer). The minutes of a quarterly meeting, held on August 11th, were read and confirmed. The Council were proceeding to the next business on the agenda, the signing of money orders, when Mr Mason asked the Mayor whether they might just have a statement showing the con- dition of the accounts at the bank. The Borough Accountant then read the fol- lowing figures handed him by Mr Newton :— DISTRICT ACCOUNT'. credit £ 627 0 0 WATER ACCOUNT credit 55 12 6 ESTATE ACCOUNT debit 217 0 0 PIER AND HARBOUR ACCOUNT.,debit 687 0 0 Mr W. H. Thomas remarked that the credit and debits about equalized one another. The Borough Accountant said the total debit was about J5200. Mr Mason—That is better than last time I suppose the rates are coming in. The following cheques were then signed :— GEORGE LYONS, registration fees allowed by Revising Barrister for expenses of preparing lists. JS12 10 0 CHIEF BOATMAN, looking after sun papers. 2 0 0 BOROUGH TREASURER, quarter's salary 50 0 0 JOHN DAVIES, Prince of Wales Hotel, refreshments to band of King s on (Liverpool) Regiment 1 12 0 BOARD OF TRADE, royalty on 535 loads of shingle and sand from the beach. 9 3 4 ROYAL OAK BENEFIT SOCIETY, prin- cipal and interest on Queen's Parade Loan (less tax). 53 12 6 PUBLIC HEALTH LOAN BOARD, prin- cipal and interest on Sewage and Water Loans 88 1 1 TRANSFER CHEQUE to credit of Estate Account (rents of site of Isolation Hospital and Stores) 8 19 10 SHAW AND SON, "Municipal Corpo- 8 rations Act," 1 14 7 With regard- to the cheque for the Borough Treasurer, Mr Mason, when same came on for signature said—I object to that cheque on the usual grounds. The next business was the appointment of Medical Officer of Health for the year ending September 30th, 1911. Alderman Griffiths moved that Dr. D. A. Reid be re-appointed at the same salary as before. Alderman Leach seconded, and the resolution was carried. The only other item on the agenda was the confirmation of reports of Committees. Alderman Chiles proposed the confirmation of the report of the Sanitary Committee of July 25th. Alderman Leach seconded. Mr W. H. Thomas enquired whether the Borough Surveyor had yet seen Mrs L. Jones with regard to the widening of the passage in connection with her new premises. The Mayor-I have no knowledge of it. The reported was adopted. The Mayor moved, and Mr W. H. Thomas seconded, the adoption of the report of the Estates Committee of August 8th and same was passed. Mr W. H. Thomas proposed, and Alderman Griffiths seconded, the passing of the report of the Harbour Committee of July 25th; and same was carried. This was all the business, and the Council went into committee, the representatives of the Press withdrawing.

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MISS MARGARET ANN HUGHES.

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