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Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

18 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

THE STING.

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Advertising

COEDWIGFAB AR El HOLIDAYS.

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LUNELLAU

AFTER THE STORM.

YMYLON Y FFORDD.

IN MEMORY

CYMANFU GANU YN MAESTEG.

LLINELLAU

BRITON. FERRY LOCAL-BOARD.

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BRITON. FERRY LOCAL BOARD. The monthly meeting of the above board was held on Thursday in last week, Mr A. Steel presiding. There were also present—Messrs G. V. Perry, W. D. Jones, M. G. Roberts, G. Harris and J. Davies. FINANCE. The Collector (Mr Hanham) reported that X600 had been paid to the treasurer during the month, which was considered satisfactory. FIRE EKIGADK. The agreement between Messrs Merryweather and the board and the brigade executive having been. signed and scaled by the three parties to it, a cheque for the board's subsidy was signed and Messrs Steel, Hill and Perry were appointed to represent the board on the brigade. GAS. The Gas Manager's report showed that 75 tons of coal were carbonized during the past month, producing 609,400 cubic feet of gas, giving an illuminating power of lS candles. It was ordered that the manager advertise and also write for tenders for the supply of'ooal. THE BURIAL BOARD. The Sexton's report showed that eight interments had taken place during the month, three in the consecrated and five in the unconsecrated portion of the cemetery. It was also ordered that tenders be invited for a new trolly. MEDICAL OFFICEE'S BEPOBT. The Medical Officer's report showed that there had been registered during the mouth 15- births and 4 deaths, giving a birth-rate of SO and a-death-rate per 1,000 of the inhabitants. The board thought the occasion a most suitable one to compliment the officer for the very careful and prompt manner in which he always discharges his important duties, and the board was also of opinion that the town should be advertised as a health resort. VOTE OF SYMPATHY. A letter was read from the Chairman, Mr Tom Williams, thanking the members for the unanimous vote of sympathy passed to him and Mrs Williams in their bereavement by the loss of their eldest son, and it was ordered to be entered in the minutes. PROPOSED FOOTBBIDQH. The proposed footbridgj over the Port Wallarro was again discussed, and it was considered that by next meeting the negotiations over this important matter would be completed. STREET REPAIRS. The Surveyor was instructed to carry out the suggestion of the streets committee in the matter of granolithic pavement and repairs, and to put the road by the new board schools into prcper repair. PRIVATE mraOVEMKNTS. It was decided that Mr W. H. P. Jenkins's attention be kindly called to the stoppage by his men of putting the private streets into repair, and it was ordered that all owners of property be served with notices to po.ve and channel. DISINFECTION. A truck of lime was ordered for free distribution for cleaning purposes, and not for putting it into gardens. BEGENT-STBEET SUB WAT. The leakaare of the Regent-street subway was again referred to, and as it was stated that the G.W.R. were now trying to remedy the defects, the matter was left over to next meeting. R. AND S. n. RAILWAY. The Clerk was ordered to write the G.W.R. secretary as to the present aspect of the Rhondda. and Swansea Bay Railway running along Railway- terrace, and the members expressed the hope that the proposed erection of a second Temple Bar in Villiers-street might, be avoided.

RESTORATION OF LISWORNEY CHURCH.

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