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THE FERRY, BRIDGE, A NO 3ATHS MR. CHARLES A. JOXES RiCPLls TO ALDERMAN LAKE. (To the Editor of the "Herald. R fâItiiave neither the time nor the inc mation to indulge in newspaper correspondent. but Alderman Lake's letter in regard :o m-. marks on the finances of the Carnarvon Co-poi <i 11 de- mands a few words in reply. Aide? Lake states that I included in my ;t.atcmr ⢠causes which were incurred some elevei; ago. They, bowever, appear in the C' â ?. ac- counts for the year 1901, from H:i ii, J ex- tract was taken. Alderman Lake states that "raj t' .u:-? ap- pear to have been arranged solely view to proving my statement, and n-cvi h, er to place the true position cf affairs the ratepayers." In reply to this, I v. .,aly sa-" again that the figures are take i he published accounts or the Council. true that I have ;i uded the repayment: 'f.'ect of mortgages; on the other'hand, ll a'ade no allowance for deoreeiatiop. Alderman Lake stated at the Ccu, not- ing that there had been no ill, rea t; he Corporation rates. I that he is in error. Taking ten years ago, the bore-â¢â¢â¢>⢠-ite was 24d in the .S, whereas it is now Cm. The general district rate wa, 2s 2d: now i; j- o. 10d. Alderman Lake stated that ihev he 1 iAt exacted the maximu-m charge tor rater. r:, ;'°r the Act of Parliament th< rpaxipTm' cha:y'" is Is 6d in the £ and â pertainlv. ?t> far as my ,.receipts prove, J have at anv raw. incs 19;)5. txtid the maximum chare»-s. "and. t-n far a, niv recollection uoes, I have done so nrior to that It is true that prior to 1S05 an nli^vance was made for punctual payment, but tin's cannot be called a rfdr.-etion in rx-e, H, would not be -After all is said r.nd done, ths rat v~ up to the present have bar1 to psv <v>v f;i,030 on account of the foil owing thr?e kl white rio nhants," the An^jew^v tfio Abe-r fridge, and the open-air n.,th. :¡,]:1 wilT V.nve to pav a further sum of £ 15-97)3 Z, "d before v^_lhey have done with them.â-Yonr** faithfully, CHA8, A. J-ON&s/ fiprnnrvon, 22 October, 1908,

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STORY OF HIS LIFE.

LIKE A ROMANCE, j I

BUS IWDRK FOR W ALES.

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WHO WILL BE HIS SUCCESSOR.

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THE CHARGE,

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