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A HOLIDAY IN LWckPOOLI

CONWAY RURAL COUNCIL I

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CONWAY RURAL COUNCIL FRIDAY.âMr Rogers Jones (vice-chairman) presiding. FINANCIAL.âThe Clerk was instructed to write to the various overseers urging them to do their outmost to pay the calls. It was stated that the unpaid balance on the general account was £1000, and £1213 on the special expenses .account. The treasurer reported that Conway was £1075 in credit; 'Glan Conway, £188: and that there was £89 in hand on the Llysfaen loan account. t LLANG-ELYNIN RECTORY. â Mr Levi John, the sanitary inspector, called attention to the unsanitary condition of Llanigelynin Rec- tory yard. Mr John said "the backyard was in a very bad stateâpools of stagnant water and filth in close proximity to the back, door, and the mouth of the gully trap not finished." He recommended that a. notice be served to have the yard levelled and coveted over in suitable ma- terial, such as brick or concrete, with a gradw a1 fall towards the galleys, and the mouth of the drains properly dished over with bricks and cement to receive the surface water.â Some discussion ensued, in the course of which it was observed that it was doubtful who was responsible for the present state of tilingsâ the previous or the present RectorâUltimately the Council ordered notice to «be served. NOT AT FAULT.âMr Levi John reported that Mr W. F. Jones, the road surveyor, and ftiimseJif, had inspected the ,position of Mr Stott's new house at Inglewood, and they failed to see that it would interfere with any foot- path. or right of way, over the road. passing the Oakwood Park Hotel. John also reported that he had been instructed to call the Coun- cil's attention to the obstructions placed across the right of way from Crow's Nest, to Bryniau Farm, and to the state of the road generally. It was decided1 to ask Mr Stott to remove the obstruction and replace the style within four- teen days.

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ALLEGED THEFT AT GWALCHMAII

CONWAY BOARD OF GUARDIANS

LLANDUDNO CHURCH SCHOOLS

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COLWYN BAY PROPERTY DISPUTE

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