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LLANASA PARISH COUNCIL MEETING.

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LLANASA PARISH COUNCIL MEETING. A meeting of the Llanasa Parish Council was held on Monday. Present Councillors Thos. Roberts (chairman), Rev. E. Pierce, Owen Owen, T. Jones, R. O. Evans, Dr. Lloyd Owen, Ed. Thomas. Mr O. W. Ellis (assistant overseer), and the Clerk (Mr T. Griffiths Jones). FOOTPATH AT GELLI BANT. A letter was read from Mr Williams, Gwespyr, the tenant of a field at Gelli Bant, Picton, complaining that the public were trespassing on his land owing to the bad state of the footpath, and asking the Council to have the same repaired. The path not being shown in the ordnance map, it was proposed by the Rev. E. PiercJ, and seconded by Mr T. Jones, that the matter be postponed for further inquiries. TANK AT RHEWL FAWR WELL. A complaint was made that some person had stolen the pipe which conveyed the over flow water from the above tank. The same thing having taken place before, it was resolved to call the attention of the police to the matter, also to publish notices ottering a reward for information which would lead to conviction of the offenders. REPAIR OF FOOTPATHS. It was passed that the Brake, Well Lane, and Garth Footpaths, should be repaired, the Chairman and Mr Owen Owen to see that the work was carried out satisfactorily. ANNUAL PARISH MEETING. It was decided two years ago that the Annual Parish Meeting should be held alter- nately in each ward. Accordingiy it was proposed by the Rev. E. Pierce and seconded by Dr. Lloyd Owen, that tho meeting should be held this year at the Council Schools, Gwespyr, on Monday, Maich 19th, at 7 p.m. FREE CHUUCH COUNCIL. A letter was received from the secretary of the above Council, asking them to support the opposition which they (the Free Church Council) were making, to the renewal of the license of the White Lion Inn. Dr. Lloyd Owen proposed that inasmuch as there was a change of tenancy in this house, that this Council should support the efforts of the Free Church Council. This was seconded by Mr Thos. Jones and carried. It was also resolved that a deputation should be appointed to represent this Council at Pres- tatyn on Tuesdpy next. THE QUEEN'S UNEMPLOYED FUND. A circular letter was read from Mr P. Harding Roberts asking for the approximate number of unemployed in the Parish. It was proposed by Mr Owen, and passed, that the member in each Ward should make in- quiries and forward a report to the clerk. FLINTSHIRE RAILWAY. A letter was read from Mr Bromley inclu- ding a repoit of the meeting of the Executive Committee of the County Council having charge of the above matter, and asking this Council to give the matter their support. A resolution was proposed by the Rev. E. Pierce, and seconded by Dr. Owen, supporting the matter. ANALYSIS OF WATER AT NEW ROAD, GWESPYR. A copy of the Analyst's report on the water in the above Well, was read as follows The sample was colourless, but slightly turbid. Taking into account that the sample was somewhat turbid after the heavy rain, the water is of fair quality, and if the sur- roundings of the supply were satisfactory, it is suitable for drinking and domestic purposes."

The Railway Extension.

Lecture.

Peculiar Methods.

Sunday School Meeting.

Decision as to Bridge.I

The Station.

Opposition to the Railway.

TRELOGAN NEW SCHOOL.

Lurry Accident.

C.M. Quarterly Meeting.

Newmarket.

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Entertainment.

Gwynfa C.M. Chapel.

Jubilant Liberals.

SUNDAY SERVICES AT| FFYNNONGROEW.j

PLOUGHING MATCH.

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