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TO THE ELECTORS OF PRESTATYN.

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DEATH OF MR. COWARD. --

Former Resident's Death.

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Health of Prestatyn : Favourable…

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Health of Prestatyn Favourable Medical Report. The monthly meeting of the Council was held on Monday evening. Mr Thos. Jones, J.P., presiding, the other Councillors in atten- dance including Messrs. J. B. Linnell, T. J. Scott, P. Ellis, A. Greenwood, Rev. F. Jewell, Messrs. J. Williams, Thos Hughes, T. Parry Williams, and J. Pritchard. It was stated that the Clerk had been called away on account of a family bereave- ment, and Mr Scott discharged the duties in his absence. THE LATE MR. COWARD. Before the business of the meeting com- menced, the Chairman referred in feeling terms to the death of Mr W. H. Coward, their colleague. In him they had had a most efficient Councillor and an honoured and respected townsman. Mr Coward had been a member of that body since its formation, and of which he was the second chairman. During his connection with the Council, he had done good sound work, and in conjunction with others had been the means of securing a J good water supply for Prestatyn. Mr Coward had always been most fair and courteous in all matters. He proposed a vote of con- dolence with Mrs Coward and the family in their sad bereavement. Mr Scott seconded, and endorsed the remarks of the Chairman regarding the good work done by Mr Coward, adding that their late colleague was connected with the Council before the majority of them. As a friend and acquaintance of 12 or 13 years, he could say that Mr Coward was very highly esteemed. The vote was passed with all members upstanding. On the proposition of Mr Peter Ellis, seconded by Mr J. Williams, it was arranged that all the members of the Council attend the funeral. UPHOLDING THE BYE-LAWS. The Road and Improvement Committee had been in communication with Mr H. D. McLaren regarding the taking over of Bodnant Avenue. The Council desired that the footways should be tiled or asphalted, but Mr McLaren suggested substituting gravel. The Council, however, refused to agree to this, and at Monday's meeting Mr Linnell was able to announce that Lady McLaren had agreed to eonform with the Council's bye-laws in this matter. POSTAL FACILITIES. The postal authorities having promised to C, place a pillar box in Hafod Road, the Council decided to make enquiries as to when the same was to be supplied. WATER SUPPLY. At the request of Mr Price, the Council has decided to supply water to Dyserth Castle, on the understanding that the owner pays for all pipes and lays the same. The Council do not bind themselves that there shall be a continuous supply, but they claim the pipe and also the right to connect to it at any point. Mr Wright, of the Talargoch Mine, had n written asking that a supply of water be given the new company who intended working the mine. The Council decided to grant the supply on similar conditions as to the old cornpany- a sum of £ 15 to be paid in advance each month. The question of laying a 3-inch pipe main along Marine Road was deferred. ALLEGED SMOKE NUISANCE. Mr W. Horsfall bad written the Council complaining of a smoke nuisance arising from lime-burning on the hillside. After discussion it was resolved that the matter be deferred, the clerk meantime to get counsel's opinion on the question. NEW BUILDINGS. Plans of additions to Marine Cottages, on Station Road, were approved. It was resolved that plans of a shop in Station Road for Mrs Jane Clarke be approved. Mr Dixon, Solicitor, Chester, had written the Council asking if they contemplated widening Bastion Road, and requesting that the building line be defined. It wm decided to reply to Mr Dixon to the effect that the Council had abandoned the idea of widening Bastion Road for the present, and that the building line was already defined. MEDICAL OFFICER'S REPORT. Dr Lloyd Roberts, the Medical Officer of Health, had submitted his annual report in committee. Mr Linnell said he was glad the report was so favourable, as regards the birth and death rates, and the Chairman in endor- sing these remarks, suggested that the Press be requested to publish it. This was agreed to. [The M.O. report has been returned for correction.—Ed.] ?■ (Continued on Page 4j.

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