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I DOVEY FISHERY" BOARD.

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I DOVEY FISHERY" BOARD. GOOD SPAWNING SEASON. The quarterly meeting of the Board of Con- servators for the Dovey, Mawddach, and Glaslym salmon fishery district- was held at Barmouth yesterday, when there were present: Mr G. H. Eldlis-, Peai-mount (chairman) Lord Herbert Vane Tempest, Colonel Norton, Dolcorsllwyn Messrs Ililton Kershaw, Minffordd; Edward" Rowland, Pen mil; John Da vice, DyffVyn; T. Martin Wil- liams, Rhys Jone.s, Barmouth; Llew. Davids, Portma.doc; A. R. Cox, Ta.nHan; A. H. Duns- mure, Ilengwrt; Owen Jones, Llancgrjn; with Air R. Barnctt. aotinar clerk. VOTE OF CONDOLENCE. On the proposition of the Chairman, seconded by Mr Lilew. Device, a vote of condolence was passed with the family of the late Lord London- derry. Lord Herbert Varus Tempest acknowledged the vote. REPRESENTATIVE MEMBER. Mr Hilton Kershaw was re-elected representa. the member for another year. Lord Herbert Vane Tempcair,, Colonel Norton, Messrs IIenry Bcmaalil and Hilton Kershaw were appointed re- prceentatives of authorities under the Sea Fishc-rice Regulations Acts. UOUD SPAWNING SEASON. Water balhtl6 of the Artro, Dovey, and Glas- lyn reported that the season had been most favourable for spawning, Mr Evan Evans, of the Doveoy adding that it was the best season during the last ten years. THE SALMON SEASON. Mr A. H. Dunem-ure enquired with whom rested the dcesion in regard to the salmon fish- ing, commencing on the 1st of May. 1 fie Clark: Tho bye-laws of this Board. Mr Duinsmure: But I Rave seen fresh fish in April, oculd not the bye-Laws be altered acoord- ingly ? The Chairman: Our bye-la WB Lave been com- piled after many years of careful consideration. Mr Dunemure: I tihink bhe decision is wroing. Colonel Norton: It takes two years to revise our bye-laws as so many formalities have to be gone through, and frequently we have to sub- mit to the deci sion of the London authorities. Mr Dunsmure In any case I give notice that I will bring the matter forward at the next rneet- wrg.

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