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Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

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URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. > An adjourned meeting was held on Tuesday slat, when there were present Mr. R. LI. Jones Chairman), Mr. R. W. Roberts (vice-chairman), f^srs. J. W. Roberts, David Jones (Birming- ~*ni House), H. Evans, D. W. Jones, W. T. r £ D. Jones (joiner), Edward Jones, T. R. ^kin (deputy clerk). THE FISHERIES QUESTION. The Chairman stated he understood a change ^asabout to be made in this matter, which would be detrimental to the interests of enthusiaists of robing. Some of the members stated that they jjtey had. been informed that Mrs. Passingham, advancing the prices of fishing tickets tdie season, or 2s. 6d. per day. Mr. Jones\(BiTmingham House), remarked that *jje Council, on t%e previous occasion when j?ey took the matter of dshinginto consideration 6I so on the ground that it would prove bene- 6eial to the town. The fact that the rate was to be increased, would be the means of preclud. ing the people from participating in the sport *8 the price would be out of their reach, it "Ottld also keep back visitors from Bala. He tho7aght Mrs. PasBingham was not keeping to the promise she had made the Council some years ago to issue tickets on the same terms J8 the previous owner of the fishing rights in v^stion. The Council could not do better than an application to kindly ask her to ,°ntinue the issuing tickets at the same rate as °re. It was resolved upon the motion of j?r- H. Evans, Seconded by Mr. D, W. Jones, tlJat an application be made to that effect, BALA FAIRS. Mr. W. T. Jones, remarked that considerable I BALA FAIRS. Mr. W. T. Jones, remarked that considerable I -44tinderstanding existed as to the dates of the ^*8. Discrepancies were being observed in «ev all™Backs, with the result that "ral cattle dealeis and others were misled. J Was an important matter to the town. Mr. Evans, enquired whether the Council could llot fix upon some week day in each month as Was done in other places. This would do away With any confusion. Mr. Edward Jones, was of the same opinion, adding that the old Local Board had through their dilatioriness allowed the opportunity some years ago of fixing the fairs on a suitable day in each month to be snatched from them by another authority not far off. It was ultimately resolved upon the potion of Mr. D. Jones (Birmingham House), «hat Messrs. Edward Jones, D. W. Jones, and T. Jones, be appointed a committee to take the matter into consideration. HIGH STREET IMPROVEMENT. A letter was read from Col. Slacke, stating that the enquiry into the above claim, could be held either on the 7th or 8th March next, that he desired to be notified whether any "°* the above dates would suit both authorities. The discussion of this matter and other Matters appertainiag thereto was conducted in Private, a resolution to that effect having been hrst formally passed.

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