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TO OPPOSE NEW BILL. I

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TO OPPOSE NEW BILL. I Llandilo Fear of Amman- I fordls Ambitions. The Llandilo Rural Council on Satur- day, Mr. Jno. Bevan presiding, discussed the probable eifect that Mr. Wm. Her- fcert'3F> application to supply electric light vonld have upon that Council, as he pro- posed to go outside the Ammanford urban a;ea. The chairman said 'the Llamlebie Parish Council decided to oppose it ft their last meeting. v Tiie Clerk said he had received nn notice of it. They blight oppose it as a Council, but the Parish Council had no power.. Mr. W. Williams said if Ammanford succeeded in extending its boundaries it would be a very scriolis thing for Llan- debie, and it would affect that Council. It would tafca from their rates thousands of pounds. Ammanford plight subse- quently take over the lighting from Mr. fTerbert, and acquire the right as to the lighting of pa'rt of Llamlebie parish. If there was no proposal as to the extend in of the Ammanford boundaries he would not so much object to discussing it in that light. Mr. Mattkews said that the part pro- posed to, be taken over by Ammanford was the one which brought in the most to the rates. It was decided to oppose Mr. Herbert's scheme in so far as it concerns this dis- trict.

LLANDOVERY EISTEDDFOD. I

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