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CLAIM TO A TREFRIW ESTATE

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HARBOUR TRIDST SUPPORTS THE…

GWYRFAI RURAL COUNCIL

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GWYRFAI RURAL COUNCIL 1mI FJIRIE BRIGADE PROBLEM. The monthly meeting of the Council was held on Saturday, Mr T. 0. Jones (chairman) presiding. A letter was received from the Carnarvon Town Council stating that in view of the fact that the Gwyrfai Council refused to undertake to defray the expenses of the fire brigade if called1 upon to render service outside the iborough, the brigade would not be permitted to render such service.—The Roads Committee reported having ftilJv considered the letter. They failed to find that the District Council had any light to give such an undertaking as was requested by the Town Council. The Parish Councils, however, had the authority to contribute towards the expenses.—It waa re- Bolved to reply to this effect to the Town Coun- cil. A letter had been received from the County Education Committee stating tha/t several parents in the .Bronyfoel district were unw:ill- ing to &end their children to school if the water from the Cesarea water supply were used at the Bchiool-—The matter had been submitted to the Joea1 managers, and they supported the views held by the parents. The committee therefore requestted the District Council to cut off the eupply. — It was resolvedi that the District Council had nothing to do with cutting off the supply of persons who had no intention of us- ing the water. It was their own work, but they were to do it under the supervision of the authorities. The Sanitary Inspector (Mr R. H. Parry) re- ported thait the numlber of contagious diseases for (the month was nine, as compared with eight for the corresponding month last year. One was a case df Scarlet fever, the others were diphtheria. The Portdinorwic Parish Council applied for permission to extend the electric light wires to the end of ISea View, and' across a part of the Bryneglwys road. The wires were to be over- head, and- it was intended to erect public lamps.—The Rev J1. Owen (Portdinorwic) pfo- THjged that the application be granted.—Mr Thomas Jones (Poirbdinorwic) supported the motion, and it was passed on the condition that the wires be protected, so as not to cause any accident.

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