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r t .m-iLJ-L. ■ ■ -1^ "FOLLY AND SCANDAL" BCr. Hopkin Attacks Mr. Tuttonl Swansea Town Council I eld a special meet- ing on Monday, Alderman W. Walkins pre- siding. HARBOUR TRUST VACANCY. Mr. D Harris raised the question of the Corporation voting at the Harboir Trast election, jfe thought the Mayor should be authorised to voto on behalf ol the Corpora- tion w ithout naming either of the candidates, and moved a resolution to that effect. I After some discussion the Chairman ruled the matter out of order. I Mr. Hrurris said he should bring forward the matter again. HOUSING OF THE WORKING CLASSES. J The Housing Committee recommended that I Mr. J. H. Hollier, Bristol, be paid JB10 106. for his designs for the ten workmen's dwell- ings at Gibbet-hill, and that the surveyor prepare specifications; that tenders be in- vited, and that application be made to bor- row £ 2,000. Alderman Evans moved the minutes be re- ferred back until they had the specifications. It was unwise to apply to borrow before. This amendment was not seconded. Mr. Hopkin said h" was hoping Mr. Tut- ton would be present, as he bad something to say on the matter last meeting, but be waj away perpetrating another folly in Oardiff. The Chairman said Mr. Tutton was not present, and he did not think it gentlemanly to pass any criticism in his absence. Mr. Hopkin: I won't mention his name now. The Chairman: I think yoj should with- draw. Mr. Hopkin: I said he was away perpe- trating a folly ,and certainly it is the great- est folly and a scandal. The Chairman: In your opinion. I must call upon you to withdraw. Mr. Hpkin: I shall certainly not. The Chairman: If it is your wish, gentle- men, I will put the minutes of the commit- tee. (Hear, hear.) IMtr. Hopkin said a great deal of time hid been wasted concerning the Gcbeme by a cer- tain person who selected the paaticular de- sign chosen. Mr Tutton thought the houses should be built to let cbe&per, and he agreed that in future houses might be erected with only two rooms up and two Jown, to let at 4s. 9d. or 5s. a week based npun the present plan. Mr. Morris sail it was not intended to apply for the money before the specifications were in. The minutes were passed. ««eBSE====SX9Ht

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