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---SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1879.

INDUSTRIAL SOHOOLS IN WALES.

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SWANSEA fcOWN COUNCIL.

CARDIFF RURAL SANITA* AUTHORITr.

MERTHYR CHAMBER OF THADE.

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MERTHYR CHAMBER OF THADE. A meeting of the Council of the Me Chamber of Trade was held at the Bash II on Tuesday, when the president (MLr. P* WiiiiamB, high constibU.) presided ovef Dumcroufl attendance of membera. The sect' (Mr. D. Rtes Lewis) said he had inqaired the terras upon which the chamber oould aft' itself with tbe National Chamber of Trade, J found that the National Chamber was formed. the pnrpose of considering all matters CODUe. with trade, end more particularly for all Bills passing through Pnlidollldllt wi* affected trace. The contribution from eaoh di«^ Was Is. per y fear from eaoh member of tha On the motion of Mr. J. VV. James, second^, Mr. Walter Fmyth, it was resolved that a mittee should be appointed to go inh the iubl. and supply'0 chamber with more inform) respecting the National Chamber. The socte Wat also instructed to ascertain what were eriLti and advantages of joining the Assooi* cf Chambero of Commerce. In view of peedy opening of the London and Ilof Western .Railway from Merthyr to Do* the secretary said he had written to the re tentative of the company, asking that m»' tickets might be issued over the line to Mer^J on Saturdays, the same as waa done for the gavenny markets on Wednesdays. Theimpr"! communication between London and Merr asked for had already been conceded. Mr-J Meredith suggested that, as the new raiK would soon be opened, some kind of demon tion should be arranged; to this, however, j secretary and others replied that the town too poor to do ao. ft was pointed by Mr, Frank Junes that the gas company which he was a shareholder, had resolved to t duce the puce of gas from 4s. 6d. to 4a. 2d. 1,000 cnbio reet in the town, alnd from 5s. to 4IJ in the outlying districts on and after July gome aiBCUbsion took place respecting the "5 Soot of the Dowlais Gas Company, the chair^S Mr. Hatrap, and others, complaining that 7 company would not allow incoming tenant use the gas until tney had paid up J arrears of the old tenant. Mr. Ha^j thought that a representation from the obai"i might be of some benefit. Mr. F. James thotitf they thon Id go to the board of health on subject. The Dowlais Gas Company w»*i private one, but, as Mr. PIOWB pointed out, required to out up the roads of the board,J company should be brought to reason, and tbe same advantages as customers did unde'i Act of Parliament. Several members of !f ohamber were appointed to collect the subset tions from the members whioh were not yet W np. Considerable conversation took plaoe the making of some new roads in the town( %{ the question ef making tramways and the run^t of a steam tramcar over the old railway fjj? Merthyr to Ynysawen were discussed. '] meeting then adjourned.

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