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^UDIFF COUNTY COURT.

^raSTUICTIONS IN MONMOUTHSHIRE.

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^raSTUICTIONS IN MONMOUTHSHIRE. £ abi?ined meeting of farmers, graziers, and el, voders was at the King's Head >UsideH?ort' on Wednesday, for the purpose â¢Wp ^le vexatious restrictions place L°u"tv !l°u of Irish stock, and to memorialise ⢠fiakr ve authority to relax the same, ^tiv! ')resided, and there was a good re- ciUor ni^therin& of those interested. Mr Uve e> the chairman, and several mem- Rf^ject nc eommittee having charge K pa.ttle disease were also present. i,,ee'i cher> Maindee, expressed the sense i s'i-ed ?ln saying that the county authoii- h Wis ° rac.t honestly by the farmers, J° acLalafraid they were not aware tea lit facts of the case. Many S,?Irish stS £ 50' £ 60- or £ 100 a year by 1 i(,«s l, i ,p 011 the old grass, but since the â¢of e-Jf f en in force there had been no coni^g au-V sheep. The only cattle, lf%l>0ol jri^ Purchased were those known *J (A i e^or(^f?J which were worth noth- iIf^b-J-Mr Maddock laid before «f ,eWan onnation obtained from Cork ,i t;ittle lJUrsued in regard to the trans- h a 21 that port to Glasgow, iii rnt^S stay in a non-infected Irish j. Ti,- ,e a condition antecedent to ex- iVe a'lor>tP2 which worked satisfactorily, J coSt?at Newport. -Mr Blake stated lin c°nimin Cxecut've committee an<^ ? n?5' '"id had had a conference that Ss to former had expressed their a^,0r^onurlran«,i that cattle landed »r«r es ^nrl nioved into the county if nin could iregulations to those adopted at »,-e ''adh"e ^forced. (Hear, hear.) A a?|ll appointed to make the if Hutl1<n,j.; Mr Hoskins added that til tluCl'-VUHntf,S from the first had endeavoured now M ey Could to assist the farmers es of that there was no disease within "en ,T1' (H>i' jsh cattle should be allowed 2>aCa £ >r.> Tlie county authon- thaU^'ns for ?? should, on landing,be kept c°nimif-f ays and one of the duties T i!lei'e fnn would be to obtain a /rv- Jacoh lne could be enforced.- <) i v'iew i sPeaking from a consumers Out relaxed 0 urged that the restrictions °f evp' County Kerry, from which y-ic at New.y ^en auinials came which were at0 a'So surw°r iWas a non-infected county, etc} dixf,.J|U! ic^ by a large area of other ^'larantinâ C's<Mr T. James said a 11 uld beohf ?leant 20s per head, and no hear tkDe from Ireland or elsewhere Imposed extra charge.-The Chair- -u is h.T at in the opinion of this â -v should ,n y desirable that the county the coun r cattle to pass from New- 'c'ent sim^ lyoni non-infected districts, |Connnitt ^perv^ion and inspection and !ret'nR befr.t aPP°inted to bring the views Mr 'j> j)u,^e the said authority." (Hear, /led, tho seconded the motion, and t t!)e cha;v0mmittee being nominated to ran' n?^arris mAn' and Messrs J. Hall, T. I I"' T-Jont' A- Baker, T. Dutfield, C. f,^0 the chaiI'and S. Baker.âA vote of I eedingSi ^an for presiding concluded

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