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TO CORRESPONDENTS.. j

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ORDINATIONS.

ROOSE PETTY SESSIONS.

TENBY.

TENBY CORPORATION.i

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TENBY CORPORATION. i An adjourned quarterly meeting was held on Monday, the 9th instant, present-The Mayor, Aldermen Wells, Rees, Mason, and Jenkins, Councillors C. Allen, G, White, G. Mends, W. Gibbs, J. Gifford, and W. Rees. A letter was read from Mr Roberts, declining the offer of the plot of land at the Green Hill for £120, and a ) road to be made to the railway station from the Green Hill Road, but offering to make the proposed road and to give XGO. This was declined, and the question as to what should be done with the land adjourned to the next quarterly meeting. We believe that the Council are willing to grant Mr Roberts a lease on this land for thirty years, or or a building lease for seventy-five years, at a moderate rent, and the further consideration of the aforementioned road being made. The heads of the proposed agreement between the Corporation and the Tenby Iron Pier Company were read over, and ordered to be submitted for Counsel's opinion. Mr Thomas, who had been appointed to audit the Corporation and Board of Health account books, attended, and said that his report was not yet ready be, however, condemned the way in which the general district, gas, and water rate books had been kept. The Council then sat as a Beard of Health, when a warrant was signed appointing Head-Constable Thomas Inspector of Weights and Measures. Resolved—That, in order to improve Saint Julian Street, Mr Smith be offered £1 a year and permission to make a carriage road across the footway opposite Lexden House, for the small angle of his land that projects into the street. The meeting then broke up.

PEMBROKE.

PEMBROKE PETTY SESSIONS.

PEMBROKE STEEPLE CHASES.I

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