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be instructed to defend the action and to take counsel's opinion upoii the merits of all the points raised- Mr. Livingston said he took it the Coun- cil named a sum which the others refused to accept. And they named another sum. The Chairman said the managers never did beyond asking for baJf the fees. They had be.'a i.u*nted to name another sum. The Board, he mentioned, <^ame to a decision be- fore the committee had considered the mat- ter. Mr. Livingston The point of aboolute rfe- fusal to agree was not reached, I take Jot The Chairman: No. Mr. Cadwaiiadr suggested the Town Clerk's view should be ascertained as to whether the action suggested was worth while. TM Chairman said the other side preferred to rush, and it was not the committee. If the others rushed they must let them. Mr. Cadwalladr again suggested having the Town Clerk's opinion. When they went to counsel, they did not know where they were going. Mr. Tutton: Enter appearance to the writ; in the meanwhile you have to take consultation with the Town Clerk. Mr. Cadwalladr: Why not ask the Town Clerk before you aoppear, The Chairman Too late then. Mr. Cadwalladr: It might be advisable to let it go by default. Mr. 110)" Evans seconded Mr. Tutton's n' an<^ said it was necessary for the iown C.erk to consider the whole question, ff it might be necessary to couskter whe- er it would not be advisable to take out ^^raocs in view of names appearing as plaintiffs without their authority, and appK- cation mode for stay of proceedings. They co^. ^ontmunicate with the Board of Edu- cation. Mr. Liv gst,-o-n questioned whether they ^cre not bound to recognise tbe decision of e president, seemg nothing further had been to replace it? The Chairman said they must defend. Mr. I^vingston was quite wflliivg- The reealntion was carried. :\fr. D. Griffiths suggested that the mem- bers of the deputation form a sub-committee to render all the necessary assistance. J