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LEAN EEL Y. HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS.—The monthly, meet- ing of this board was held on Saturday, Mr. W. Kosser, J.P., presiding. There were also present Messrs. C. VV.Gaus-en, J.P., J. S. Tregoning, J.P., H. Nevill, J.P., Mansel Rees, Ernest Tiubsliaw, John Powell, and f),lniel D ivies. — The Collector (Mr. C. N. Broom) reported that the export-of coal for the mnnih of December were 6,890 tons; in December, 1883. 10.070. The imports during the same period were 7.501; in December, 1883. 6.741 tons. The total decrease of tonnage was, there- fore, 2.416 tons. A subscription of £5 was directed to be forwarded to the National Lifeboat. Institu- tion. The tenders for stores and smiths' work were referred to the harbourmaster for considera- tion. The question of lighting the harbour at night time was first considered, but no definite decision was arrived at. The Great Western Rail- way Company having written informing the board of their intention to commence dredging opera- tions at their dock. the clerk was directed to reply stating that the board would render them all facilities in the matter.

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