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Mueiza Subdued.

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the sureties for the amount. Mr S. T. Chadwick seconded the amendment, which was carried. RATE COLLECTORS AND THEIR SECURITIES. Mr D. G. Davies, Beth- esda, gave notice that he would, at the next meeting, move that all the existing bonds of the collectors be reconsidered, and that the rate-collectors be asked whether they would be willing to give a bond for a guarantee society. The Chair- man That would hardly be fair, and I don't think that the collectors will agree to it. The Clerk stated that such arrange- ment had been attempted at Carnarvon with ill success. Mr D. G. Davies said that he intended to proceed with the mo- tion, despite a suggestion from the Chair- man that he should modify it. NEW OUT-DOOR RELIEF STATION FOR BANGOR. It was reported that now premises should have to be sought..— Mr D. Williams proposed and Mr T. Ed- wards seconded, that steps should be taken to secure the Magistrate Room, but sev- eral magistrates pointed out that the use of the room could not be secured. Mr J. Evan Roberts suggested that the Arthur's Assembly Rooms should be hired. Mr Thomas Edwards, as the owner of the rooms, declined to receive any rent from the Board in respect of them, though lie was willing to allow them to be used as an outdoor relief station. It was decided to rent the rooms, and Mr Thomas Edwards intimated that he would give the rent of the rooms towards the annual treat of che inmates of the House (hear, hear).

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