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GWEITHRED ANFAD YN LLANRWST.

RHOS PARISH MEETING.

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Correspondencecolltinued from page 8. hands, he may demand a poll of the Parish at any time before the end of the meeting. Now this should have been explained to the meeting by the chairman at the com- mencement, but it was not done. Several j did protest, but the usual methods adopt- led at such meetings seemed to have been I entirety omitted or ignored. Then the [ Act also states that only one person can speak at a time that every speaker must address the chairman and not speak to or answer or indirectly address any other person in the meeting that every speak- er must sfand. while speaking that where two or more persons rise together, the one called on by the chairman is the one entitled to speak. This rule was also greatly neglected In fact towards the close the meeting became a perfect pan- demonium. Then lastly, the small ma- jority of TWO is of no value at all, and neither a watering cart nor anything else can be obtained unless there is a majority ot two-thirds of the parochial electors voting. So there ought therefore to have been a majority of about 67 instead of on- ly 2. I think if the suggestion of one of the speakers was acted upon, viz. to H postpone the matter until we had ob- tained Urban Powers, it would have been far better, and then the watering cart and, other things wcSuld then be our own pro- perty, and not other people's. CITIZEN., V.. ,'i

'RUABOlf' POLICE COURT.

Crime in Denbighshire.

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