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Town Council Committees.

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Town Council Committees. GENERAL PURPOSES. Mr. E. P. Wynne (chairman) presided over the meeting of the General Purposes Committee on Wednesday week, and those also present were Messrs. D. C. Roberts (Mayor), C. M. Williams and R. J. Jones, with Mr. Rees Jones, borough surveyor. Various little matters were brought before the meeting, and it was decided to warn the boatmen not to tout on the Terrace also, that the standing hackney carriages should not be allowed to con- tinue an obstruction to people crossing the road, as they were at present.—It was decided to refuse an application for a licence to sell ice cream on the Terrace. With regard to bathing in front of South terrace, the Surveyor was instructed to see that it was not allowed.—The committee considered plans of band stands, and it was finally decided that a ,cast"iron one be purchased at a cost not to exceed xiso. PUBLIC LIBRARY. A meeting of the Public Library Committee was held at the Library on Wednesday night, those present being Mr. T. Doughton (chairman), the Rev. T. A. Penry, Mr. D. C. Roberts (Mayor), Mr, C. M. Williams, Mr. R. J. Jones, Mr. E. R. James. .and Mr. George Davies. The question of the secre- taryship was considered, and it was stated that Mx. J. Hugh Edwards had left the town, and could not therefore carry on the duties of the office. Me had however neglected to send in his resignation, and owing to this there had been a great oeal of delay. The-Chairman said he had spoken to Mr.-Edwards ,privately about it, and he distinctly told him that he was going to send in his resignatio'D.OJl the proposition of Mr. C. M. Williams, a vote of thanks was passed to Mr. Edwards for his pastaervioes, and it was also agreed to ask the Rev. T. A. Penry to -act. as secretary for the future.-Tl&, -after some ,reluctance, Mr. Penry consented to do.-A list of .new books was considered and approved.

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