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;V;i>r.I'1'I!I.1! Councillor A. W. Jones wished to know why such draining into the main sewer should be dis- allowed in Berry-street any more than in other places in the borough. The Sanitary Inspector did not know of any such instance. He appealed to Councillor A. W Jones to give him such information as would en- able the speaker to proceed to put a stop to any such practice. Councillor A. W. Jones said that he was not prepared to give the information asked for. Councillor Wallace suggested adhering to the bye-laws, and eventually, Councillor Roberts's motion being technically ruled out of order, it was decided that no fresh pigs be allowed to be introduced into the styes, but that the present pigs be allowed to remain, provided that the styes were kept clean, MARLE SEWAGE. The Inspector having reported that the nuis- ance arising from Marie Hall sewage could not be satisfactorily dealt-with except by the provision of a main sewer. It was decided that notices to abate the nuisance be served upon the persons concerned. ARCHBISHOP'S WILLIAM'S PALACE. The Sanitary Inspector reported, (after inspec- tion) upon the application for a common-lodging- house license for Parlwr Mawr, and recommended the license not to be granted. The license was refused. BBSBBMSiMEyjllfitP'TOliaiMi