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HOUSE OF LORDS.—TUESDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—TUESDAY.

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MONMOUTH.

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MONMOUTH. COMMISSIONERS' MEETING.—The usual monthly meet- ing of Commissioners was held on Monday last in the J ury-room, when his Worship (Mr. Alexander Rolls) the Mayor presided. Mr. Superintendent Wheeldon re- ported that he had received numerous complaints .relative to the delapidated state of the old buildings situated near the hospital, and which was the property of Mr. Phillips, of Ross. Mr. John Hill explained that the property alluded to was about to change hands, and that he anti- cipated that the arrangements would be concluded on the morrow. The Surveyor reported that the paving round St. Mary's; Churchyard would shortly be completed, while that in Morrow-street would be attended to. He further reported that he had laid traps to pre- vent offensive effluvia rising from the drains, but the number was insufficient, and he should require, more His Worship drew the ^attention of the Board to the great number of dogs that were allowed to wander about the streets without their owners, and said that by the "Dog Act of 1871, the owners of such dogs rendered them- selves liable to a fine of !I," quoting a case in point. After the ^chairman had alluded to the dangers arising out of hydrophobia during the hot weather, he made the following proposal, which was adopted, viz.: That hand- bills should be issued ordering the nuisance to be abated, and stating that such persons as did not comply with the order would be prosecuted. His Worship also a it as his opinion that travelling shooting-galleries should not be allowed in the public thoroughfares, but should be placed, when they came to the town, upon the pleck near Monraouth Bridge. Superintendent; Wheeldon explained that the pleck was not corporation property, but that it belonged to Col. Tynte. The subject then dropped, and the signing of cheques' to the amount of £ 9 6s. con- cludedJihe business.

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MOXMOUTHSHIEE QUARTER SESSIONS.

SECOND COURT.—TUESDAY.

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