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St. Clears Market. MR LLOYD MORGAN ASKS A QUES. TION IN PARLIAMENT. In the House of Commons on Monday, Mr Lloyd Morgan asked whether the President of the Local Government Board was aware that one of the largest and best attended monthlv fairs in- the county of Carmarthen, viz,—the ono held at St. Clear's -ivas about to be suspended owing to the local authorities having no power to carry out an order of the Board of Agriculture in regard to market places whether neither the Carmarthenshire County Couucil nor the Rural District Council in which St Clear's is situate had any power to borrow or expend the money necessary for the purpose of making the improvements 'required by the Depart- ment and whether owing to the groat difficulty of carrying out the order so far as St Cle.ir s was concerned lie would consider the question of rescinding it, and if not whether ho would grant an extension of time boforo the order came int,) force so as to prevent serious injury to the prosperity of this agricultural district. Mr Walter Long said it had bnen necessary to give the closing order, the operation of which hud been postponed from time to time on receipt of assurance that the necessary wo.k would be put in hand. Ho h id hoard nothing as yet of th e difficulties to which the bon. member referred, but was willing to consider any lurther representation the local authority might wish to make on the subject.

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