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TALJjEYRURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL.

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Ruthin. Ruthin. DISTRICT COUNCIL.—The monthly meeting was held on Monday, Mr Owen Williams, Glanclwyd, presiding. The Council discussed the report as to 1 dilapidations at Ty'nycaeau, Kinmel estate. Mr W. G. Rigby moved that the question be postponed till spring, and this was < agreed to. Derwen Parish Council reported that ] they had decided to carry out a scheme for supply- 1 ing the village with water. The County Council i wire asked to take action with the view to inducing the landowners to lower the bed of the river Clwyd at Llanrhaiadr, in order to prevent the flowing of the vale at that point during flood times.—Mr T. H. Roberts said that unless something was done that part of the vale would become a lake in a few years.-The Vicar of Berse Delincourt reported that he intended to apply to the Board ot Agri- culture, under the Glebe Land Act 1888, for leave to sell the glebe land of the benefice m Llanferras. The Clerk said that there was now a chance for the Parish Council of Llanferras to ob- tain land for allotments, if such were desired. It was decided to draw the attention of the Council to that fact.

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