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COCKETT. I The annual meEYtingt of tihe Cockett Pnri&h Council was held at the Union Offices, Swansea, on Tuesday. Mr. Geo. Hanson presided. The Council passed a vche of sympathy with Mr. Thos. James vpf?e of syinpathy w (ex-chairman), xho is ill. It wm decided to ievue a precept for a td. rate. This is the first call made by tho Parish Counci' since 1915. The Council also decided to make a library rate of Id., in accordance with the reso- lution of the annual assembly of the parish. This rate 18 made accessary heeaTMe of the increases in wages, and other ex- penses owing to the war. Mr. Geo. Hanson was appointed chair- man for the ensuing year, and Mr. J. T. Martyn was tinanimously re-elected clerk. He was also warmly complimented for his efficient work in the past. With the exceptions of slight modifications, the usual committers were re-apponted eJ. bloc. The annual report, presented by the clerk, was considered very satisfac- tory.

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