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MACHYNLLETH. BOARD OF GCARDIAs.-rhere was no meeting on Wednesday, the Guardians at the last meeting adjourning the Board for a month. POLICE COURT.-At the Town Hall on Tuesday, Peter Renen of Dublin, a tramping tailor, was charged before D. Davies-Williams, Esq., with having Leen drunk in Maengwyn-street on the previous eveningâDefendant was fined 2s 6d in- cluding costs. URBAN- COUNCIL.âA special meeting of the Council was held on Tuesday morning, Lord Henry Vane Tempest presiding. There were also present Councillors Richard Rees, J. M. Breeze, John Pugh, G. W. Griffith, Mr D. Phillip Jones, acting clerk, and Dr Davies, meuical ofEcer.-The Council confirmed the general district: rate for the current year amoanting to 3s in the pound, being an in- crease of Bel on last Far 'n view of the loans for water Epply. It was agreed to collect the first instalment in September and the second in Dtc ra- ber. The rating c f the Cambrian Railway pro- perty, including the Station, wharves, and houses Was T t value or the property was £500, but the Railway Company were not prepared to pay the fall rate only on £ 75, that was, on the houses, claiming one- fourth reduction on the remaining £ 425.âThe matter was deferred to the next meeting of the Coune: Application was made by the County Council :oi the saie of 100 tons of broken stones for the main roads between the Railway Station and Dovey Bridge, the county steam roller being now in the district. It was stated that the Council would not require any stones for the streets until the sejverage scheme was completed and as there was a large quantity ir reserve, it was resolved to dispose ot fifty tons to the County Council for 5s 6d per ton.

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