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Hocal information. •foWN" COMMISSIONERS, ABERYSTWYTH. Tuesday, 19<A February, 1867. A meeting 0' the Town Commissioners was held at the Town Hall on Tuesday last. The members of the body present were Messrs. Charles Hackney, in the chair, J. J. Atwood, John Jones, Great Dark- gate street, and G. T. Smith. Mr. John Vaughan, the town surveyor, was in attendance. Several bills were examined and passed. Mr. Atwood handed to the clerk copies of peti- tions forwarded to the Secretary of btate by Mr. Crealock and Mr. Morgan Da vies as to the state of the town. Mr. Atwood thought as the present meeting was 10 smali, the consideration of these documents ought to be postponed to a future meeting. The meeting being of this opinion, the matter was adjourned to the next commissioners' meeting. TOWN BAND. Mr. Hatfield's application for the town band was also adjourned to the next meeting. Mr. Thomas Morris, whose contract for the filling- np of the ground on which the slaughter-house is I to be erected, applied to have the road leading thereto repaired by the town. Mr. Jones proposed that Mr. Vaughan be ordered to repair the road. I Carried unanimously. STATE OF THE BEACH. Mr. Smith called attention to the rubbish and stones lying under the new sea-wall on the Terrace. The tide would not take them away, therefore it must be carted away. That is a place of all others in the town that ought to be kept in order. i Mr. Vaughan engaged to have the rubbish com- plained of removed. William Williams, of Chalybeate Terrace, com- plained of Mr. Simcox having in November last torn up premises at the back of his house by the order of the commissioners. There was no occasion to do so, as the place was quite clean. Mr. Atwood said that if he had any complaint to make, the proper course to pursue was to summon Mr. Simcox. The chairman said that Simcox was then the ser- vant of the commissioners. Mr. Smith advised Mr. Williams to summon the commissioners (laughter), and moved the further adjournment of the question. The meeting was then adjourned.

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