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PROPOSED INCORPORATION OF MERTHYR. The ordinary meeting of the Merthyr Urban District Coancil was held on Wednesday, Mr. D. W. Jones, chairman, presiding.—The minutes of the special meeting of the council whkh took place on Monday, when by six votes to five it was decided to apply for a charter of incorporation for the district, were duly confirmed.—Mr. John Roberts com- plained that he only received notice of the special meeting on Saturday, and he protested against the resolution in favour of petitioning for a cfharterbeiing passed by a snatch vote when there were only eleven members present out ot eighteen.—The Chairman said the meeting was perfectly regular. A committee nieetirg of the whole council was held last Wednesday, and it was then determined to have a special meeting on the following Monday. The notices calling the meeting were issued on Thursday, so that they ought to have been in the hands of the members on Friday.-Mi". Wm. Lewis said it wa« extraordinary thatwe question of incorporation should have rushed through by the votes of only o«*Mfci*d of the members. He was in a pom&0» to prove that the majority of the council were adverse to the scheme, and he objected to the whole business.—Mr. Lewis was called to order, and the eulbject dropped.—Just before the council rose Mr. Dan Thomas asked whether the clerk would act for the council in the matter or in the interests of opposing parties. The Clerk replied that he preferred, to be out in the oold, and that he certainly should not act for anybody.—Mr. Wills: Outside the counoil. —The Clerk said he bad no wish to act for the oouncil. It was no part of his work as clerk. He wished to be left alone and to stand aside. 1"

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