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TALJjEYRURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL.

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Borth-y-Gest, Portmadoc

Penrbyndeudraeth.

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Penrbyndeudraeth. -BVATH OF AN EX-POLICE OFFICER.—Mr David Rowlands, Stone House, died on the 21st inst., m h;8 6Sth year. He bad served as a police officer at Barmouth for 21 years, at Corris for 3 years, and in this town for 10. He was a steady, reliable man, his life being governed by strong moral principles. 0 THE COUNCIL.—Mr William Jones, Penbryn Isaf presided at the meeting oftheDeudraeth Council meeting, on the 20th inst. The sanitary inspector (Mr Thomas Jones, Maentwrog) reported that arrangements had been made with respect to the disposal of Harlech sewage, &c.—Mr Rowland Edmunds had applied for an iallotinent, situate in the Traeth. The Board of Trade wanted to know if the Council knew of any objection to the appli- cation. The Council did not know of any, other than that the public had a right to a footpath that led through the land.—Mr A. Osmond Williams said in a letter that he was quite prepaied to do all necessary work towards perfecting tha sanitation of Penrhyn. The Parish Council claim certain rights respecting a road near Beudy Rhiwgoch. As more light was necessary before the Council could come to any decision upon the matter, it was resolved to adjourn it.—It was resolved also to make a drain from Efail Wen to Bryn Gwilym.

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