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I NEWPORT TOWN COUNCIL. A special meeting was held at the Kewport Council Chamber on Tuesday, when there wei-el present—Mr. Hoskins (mayor), in the chair; Aldermen Lyne, Jacob, and Jones; Messrs. Gibbs, Phillips, Faulkner, A. C. Jones, Evans. Goidswortby, I Marsh, C. D. Phillips, Beynon, Sanders, T. Jones, Parnall, Fothergill, Buzzer, Goss. and Pugsley. WORKS AND GENEBAL PURPOSES COMMITTEE. Alderman LYNE read a report cf a meeting held on the 18th instant, j A recommendation was made that the Parlia- mentary Debating Society be allowed the use of the Assembly-rooms ou Tuesday evenings, subject to a nominal payment of 10s. peruight for gas, and on condition that the corporation do not require it for an other purpose.—This was agreed to.- The committee recommended that the council accede to the application of the school Hoard for three offices and use of No. 1 Committee. room for board meetings at 1;50 per aunum.- Alderman JACOB spoke in support of the reconn- mendation, and said a saving would be effected to the ratepayers by this anangeinern. The recommendation was adopted. Mr. J. Firbank's tender of £137 10s. for Skinner- street improvements was accepted; Mr. Jesse Bailey's teuder for lamp pillars and frames for twelve months, at 22s. 10d., Was adopted as also were Messrs. Jordan's tenders for twelve months, at 13s. each, for lamp lanterns, and aiteriug exist- ing lanterns to new patterns at Is. 2d. each. It vvas reported that a letter liad been received from Mr. Smythe directing attention to an encroachment at Stow Peirk-road, caused by frontagers planting shrubs, and the town-clerk was instructed to write to Meeifs. Watkins, archi- tects. This had been done, but. it was understood that the matter required soma little consideration on the part of the residents of the locality. THE PROPOSED INFECTIOUS DISEASES HOSPITAL. The next matter discussed was that of provid- ing an Infectious Diseases Hospital in Friars' Field or elsewhere, and determimttg upon an answer to be given to the Local Government Board in reply to their repeated applications on the subject. After some discussion it was decided that a special meeting of the council should be called to deal with this question. THE QUEEN'S JUBILBE. Two matters were set, down ou the agenda paper relating to the Queen's jubilee. After a little con- versation, it was decided to call a meeting of the council in committee to consider the question. T'ROPOSKD FRES LIBRARY AT PILL. Tha MATon intimated that it was his own per- sonal desire that Newport should do something with respect to the celebration of the Queen's Jubilee, and his idea was to fret a Free Library established at pill. Speaking for himself, he was determined to leave no stone un turned to attain that object, and he believed that Lord Tredegar would not be tilow to render evtry assistance in the matter. THK PAEUAHEMAIIY SOTICKS. I Mr. Goss mentioned that he observed in the I local papers not ices of Rills to be brought before Par- liament. He thought it would be well if the town- clerk and the surveyor did not lose sight of the matter, and let the Parliamentary Committee be acquainted with anything that it was important to keep in view.—It was understood the matters would receive attention. There was no other business.

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