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ALLEGED CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER.

t COMMISSIONERS' MEETING.

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t COMMISSIONERS' MEETING. K adjourned meeting of the commissioners was held at the town-hall, on Tuesday last, when there were present—T. O. Morgan, Esq., mayor, in the chair; Messrs. Robert Edward, Charles Hackney, John Williams, 43, Terrace, John Hughes, David Williams, Evan William Jones, Edward Rowland lhomas Jones, John Jones Atwood, and John Jones, Great Dark-gate Street. Application was made by the Aberystwith Foun- dry Company for the surveyor to form a water chan- nel outside the curb stones recently put down, at the expence of that company, along the length of the foundry buildings in Lewis Terrace. Also, for per- mission for the said company to place a level crossing of rails over the roadway in Lewis Terrace, in conti- nuation of a siding proposed to be extended from the railway into the northern shop of the said foundry. These applications were both granted; and, with respect to the former, the surveyor was ordered to put the work in hand, while with regard to the latter a payment of one shilling per annum was levied for the permissive right. Ordered that the bridge over the Mill-dam be at once repaired. That the following commissioners, viz:—Messrs. Thomas Jones, John Jones Atwood, John Davies, Harbour-master, John Roberts, and George Green, be requested to meet Mr. David Owen, of Bridge- street, in order to value the damage done by the commissioners' labourers to his field, near the Gas- works, in making the cutting there, and arrange about his claim accordingly. Adjourned for a fortnight.

OFFENCE UNDER THE GAME LAWS.

.LLANILAR.

. ALEXANDER II.

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