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TALJjEYRURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL.

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T landiidno, THE WATER EXTENSION SCHEME.-On Monday a special meeting of the District Council was held to consider the above subject, Mr Elias Jones pre- siding in the absence of the chairman of tbo board (Mr John Jones). The engineer to the council (Mr E. Palsy Stephenson) had reported to the previous meeting recommending, in an elaborate report, that a new 15 inch main pipe be laid in four por- tions in four successive years, the first portion being from Caerhun to Ddol Bridge to the summit of Croesau Hill, a distance of 5444 yards. —Mr T. T. Marks row moved that the 14 inch main be laid a distance of 1825 yards farther up towards the reservoir, towards Dulyn.—Mr W. H. Jones moved and Mr T. Owen seconded, that rrhe engineer's re- port be adopted.—The report of the engineer was carried by nine votes to five. TR\.DE SOCIETY.—The first annual dinner ot the Llandudno Guardian Society for the Protec tion of Trade was held on Friday at the North-western Hotel, Mr John Jones, Chairman of the District Council, presiding, Mr S. Dunphy being the vice- president. Captain Sarson, Roval Welsh Fusiliers. responded for the Auxiliary Forces, Mr Sumner proposing the toast. The Llandudno District Council" was proposed by Mr Littler, and acknow- ledged by the president. Mr Fisher proposed "The Llandudno Guardian Society," which was responded! to by Messrs Dunphy, Hendeisei, Robert Parry, J. Littler, and W. Jones. A musical programme was famished by Messrs David Jones, R. Fisher, R. Pedler, J. H. Roberts, Harry fWVatt R. and O; Roberts, Bartley, Brooks, A.H. ffi^hes-'Rbbert Roberts, and F. Vincent Walker.

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