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Menai Bridge Conni; Court.

Failure of a Minister.

The, Penmaenbach Disaster.


A Local Will Case.

Lleyn Rural Council.


Lleyn Rural Council. At the last meeting of the Council, Mr Griffith Jones, Penybont, Llandegwning, was elected chairman for the year.-The Council was not satisfied with the judgment in the action brought against the landlord of Bryn- ffowc, Mynytho, who objected to the Council I having any stones on his land for the pur- pose of repairing roads. The Road Survey- or said that the witness for the landlord produced! before the court the poorest speci- men of stone that could be got there. Mr Rees was of opinion that the county sur- veyor could have had two or three other specimens in the place. The stone at the other place higher up the mountain was too hard, and would not do. The Council resolved to apply for a rehearing of the action.—Mr O. G. Jones was unanimouslv elected vice-chairman.—When the Light Railway Committee were appointed, Mr J. T. Jones complained that the parishes did not give any help, and the Clerk said that the Cambrian Railway Company were also behind in giving their approval. Mr Ro- bert Parry, auctioneer, had written to the Local Government Board complaining that the Parish Council and the District Council had not done anything to the ditch that was so angerous to public health at Abererch. It was resolved to request the owners of property in the plactf to remove the nuisance. ..a. I'