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TENBY CORPORATION. At an adjourned Quarterly Meeting, on Monday the 25th inst, present, —The Mayor; Aldermen Wella, Rees, and Mason; Councillors G. White, W. M. Harries, J. Gregory, G. Hughes, J. Giffard, and W. Gibbs, 4. letter was read from W. 0. Hulai, Esq, the Lieu- tenant commanding the 1st Pembrokeshire Artillery Volunteer Corps, stating the desire of the corps to accompany the Corporation to the morning service at the parish church on Whit-Sunday. Resolved,—That the Town Council attend church as usual on Whit-Snnday. Resolved,—That the Harbour of Refuge Committee prepare the memorial for a Harbour of Refuge, and for- ward the same to the Board of Trade. The heads of agreement between the Corporation of Tenby and the Provisional Directors of the Tøniiv Iron Pier Company having been read, it was resolved that the same be adopted, (with the exception of clause 5 in the eaid He.tds of Agreement,) and the Corporation seal be affixed to it. This was accordingly done. The Council then sat as a Bsard of Health. The Surveyor rep. rted that at present about 26,000 gallons of water was supplitd daily to the town from the Ladywell, Holywell, and Knightston springs. Ordereil,-that in future six cabs be allowed to stand in Gate Street. Mr White said that it was important that the walks on the Castle Hill should be nicely kept, and the grass fr quently cut. John Page had off-red to do this for £ 10 a yetlr. A further sum wiuld be required ior gravel and additional seats, but all that he should ask the B ard for was zC5, the balance he would undertake to raise by subs< ripnons. Ordered,—That the sum of X5 a year be paid to John Page for keeping the walks and cutting the grass on the Castle Hill. The met ting then broke up.

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