RHYL DISTRICT WATER COMPANY.|1888-04-14|Rhyl Record and Advertiser - Welsh Newspapers Online
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RHYL DISTRICT WATER COMPANY.

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RHYL DISTRICT WATER COMPANY. ANNUAL MEETING. On Taesday afternoon the proprietors of the Rhyl District Water Co. held their annual general meeting at the offices in Paradise Street, Rhyl, Mr R. J. Sisson, J.P., presiding. The attendance £ as £ arge; lb mclud ed Dr. Turnour, J.P., Deukgh Dr.; Davies, J.P. Bryndulas; Mr R. M. Preston, Chester; Mr S. Perks, J.P., Mr W. Wynne, J.P., Mr Oliver George, and Mr Thomas •Jones. 1 he proceedings were piirely formal. The twenty third annual report of the directorate, together with the statement of accounts, submitted ? i s £ arehol(lers' was very satisfactory. It showed the net earnings of the company for 1887 amounted to zC2450, being a slight increase on the previous year. The Water Rental, too, had increased by close upon £ 80. The report also contained a reference to the loss thr undertaking had sustained by the death of Mr W. M. Clarke, .Y Hendregyda, one of the oldest directors of the concern, who rendered most valuable service. The adoption of the report was moved by the Chair- man, seconded by Mr George, and we need hardly say, was unanimously accepted and adopted by those present. Di-vidends of 5 and 6 per cent. on the preference and preference shares, and of 2 per cent. on tie ordinary shares, free of income tax, were declared, which would absorb something like £ 1176, and leave X22 to be carried forward. Mr W. Bell and Dr. Davies, J.P., the retiring directors, were unanimously re-elected, as also was the auditor, Mr Partington. On the motion of Mr George, seconded by Mr Wynne, a hearty vote of thanks was accorded the chairman and board of directors for their gratuitous services in the past year. A similar vote was accorded Mr Bayliss for his continued good and efficient services as secretary of the company. A donation of X5 5s towards the funds of the National Schools was likewise voted unanimously. The chairman having been thanked for presiding, the meeting dispersed. In his report the auditor has the following The voluminous books and accounts of the company are very neatly and accurately kept by Mr Bayliss, to which I have the satisfact- ion of again bearing testimony."

ELECTION OF GUARDIANS.

LLANASA.

ABERGELEfHIGHWA:Y- BOARD.

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