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FFO?TMM'' 8EWE?E. .& APPORTIQNMtNT 6F SCHEME TO C.SY £ 19,420. At the monthly meeting of the Swan- sea Rural District Council at the Union Offices on Tuesday, a long discussion took place on the question of the water supply to Pvnd-erry, the Clerk report-I ing that sioee the last meeting ot the Council he had investigated the njinutes of the Council from 1892. A minute of the Water Committee that consideration of the matter be adjourned for two months, so that in ?e meantime the Surveyor may take records of the water used in tins por- tia-u.-of the parish, was approved. A special committee was also ap- pointed to go into the matter. It having been reported that there was serious delay in making water con- nections at Gorseinon, it was resolved that Waterman McMillan he granted I temporary assistance. It was also re- solved that Mr. Watson be appointed clerk of the works for water main ex- tensions throughout t'he district. £ 19,426 Sewerage Scheme. I The Clerk said he had received the apportionment relating to the sewering of Fforestfach. The total amount was £ 19,420. Mr. J H. Rosser: What? The Clei-tc: L19,420, of which Cockett will be cha.rged £ 16,129, and Penderry ?3.391. I Mr,Williams (Cocket): Do you think it worth while printing that? It will be years before it is carried out The Clerk: It is a question that will have to be tackled. A report was presented by Mr. M. J. Thomas, who attended a committee of representatives of the Pont&rdawe, Gower, Oystermouth, and Swansea' Rural District Councils on the Shop Hours Act, 1912. They recommended that the respective councils appoint a joint inspection for the districts named at a commencing salary of £ 100 per annum, rising by annual increments ot £ /> to tl20, and that he also he allowed £ 20 to cover bicycle allowance and I travelling expenses. The recommendation was approved. Local Government Bcarti Sanction for 1 Loa?!S. I I lie Clerk reported tnat he had rc- ceived 4oL?i the Local Government ⢠i sanction for loans amounting to £ 2,875 part of the cost to the Council 1'01' building Melin Llau bridge. lie ex- piuiued tnat- i II addLion to this the IPoyal Board had contributed £ l,2o0 through the Glamorgan County Council,⢠for the ror.d improvement. Mr. D. Williams again called atten- tion to the bad state o-f Middle-road, Fforestfach. It was stated by Mr. Thomas (sur-  vRyor) that the roiid ro", was W use j at Sketty, Mr. Williams Do you know the rate- payers nre up in arms about it? The Surveyor: Very likely. (Laughter) i It was decided to ask the permission j of the Local Government Board to; purcha.se a piece or ground at Pontar-: dulais, known as the football held, for the purpose of tipping refuse.

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