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SHOCKING ACCIDENT ON THE RAILWAY.

RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL.

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RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. An ordinary meeting of this council was held m Wednesday evening, under the presidency of Mr. Robert Davies, J.P. (chairman). Messrs i John Pritchard, John Jones (Sefton), Goronwy O. Jones, Thomas Williams, Dr. Griffith, and Mr. John Hughes (clerk), and R. E. Hughes (surveyor) were also present. INDISPOSED MEMBERS. Letters of apology for non-attendance on account of ill health were read from Mr. Coward (vice chairman), and Dr. Townshend. The chairman also mentioned that the vicar was still indisposed and consequently unable to attend. PASSENGER TRAINS ON THE DYSERTH RAILWAY. A letter dated January 28th, was read from the London and North Western Railway Com- pany, in reply to the suggestion of the Council that passenger trains be run on the Dyserth Branch line during the summer months. The general manager stated that this subject of running passenger trains on the branch in question had been under the consideration of the Railway Company on several occasions for years. But they were prepared to act on the suggestion of tlie Council to the extent of again considering whether circumstances had developed to a sufficient extent to warrant the running of passenger trains on the Dyserth branch. THE ADOPTION OF THE NEW RAILWAY BRIDGE. Notice was read from the London and North Western Railway Company of their intention to make an application to uhe justices at Pres- tatyn, on Febuary 16th, for a certificate to close up the present level crossing, and divert the road in accordance with the provisions of their special Act. A committee was appointed to visit the new bridge and its approaches, with the surveyor, to see that the Act of Parliament had been complied with. MODEL BYE LAWS. A set of Model Bye Laws had been received from the Local Government Board, and re- ferred to the Sanitary, and Road Committees for consideration with a view to adoption. THE FIRST IMPROVEMENT RATE. The common seal of the council was ordered by resolution to be applied to the new rate of Is. 6d. in the pound for the half year ending March 25th next.

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