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South Glamorgan. --

Penarth Allotments Association.


Penarth District Council.


Penarth District Council. The Baths, Pleasure Boats, and Hackney Carriages Committee met on Monday night, Mr R. Bevan occu- pying the chair. Messrs T. S. Lloyd. J. Pavey, T. Bevan, and J. W. Morris (clerk) were also present. BATHS. Complaints having arisen of persons bathing on the beach in puris naturalibusi the Clerk said that bye- laws were in existence forbidding this, and offenders could in consequence be prosecuted. It was therefore decided to summarily proceed against any person contravening this law. A letter was read from Mr J. M. Jennings, asking that the 7s 6d which he bad paid for a monthly ticket for the baths be repaid him, as he bad since taken out a season ticket. The matter was left to the Surveyor, who was directed to refund the money. PLEASURE BOATS. It was resolved to recommend the Council to grant a licence to Thomas Sherman, and also to Henry Cooper, for an extra boat each, as well as to grant licenses to the following boatmen Messrs C. Da vies, Thomas Jones, Henry Yarnton, William Yarnton, E. Turnbull, John Buckley, John Boyle, and James Hock. HACKNEY CARRIAGES. It was further resolved to recommend the Council to grant a licence to Mr White for a two-wheeled carriage, and to grant drivers' licenses to Messrs Geo. John, Wm. Lewis, and Charles Brookes. The minutes of the previous meetings in each case were read and confirmed.

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