Skip to main content
Hide Articles List

11 articles on this Page

... RHONDDA SCHOOL BOAKD.!'

Ystrad. Monday

Caerphilly-Tuesday

CAERPHILLY DISTRICT COUNCIL.…

Advertising

ABEaCARJI TINPLATE WORKER…

LIFE SAVED AT BARRY.

Advertising

:---------_.-------------............,#)…

Advertising

CAERPHILLY DISTRICT COUNCIL.…

News
Cite
Share

H ratepayers of Llanfabon. It had been argued that the assistant-overseer of Eglwysilan was paid JESS per annum, and that if that were so the assistant overseer of Llanfabon ought to have considerably more than the tl2 he re- ceived, but be (Mr Williams) believed tlkit the assistant overseer of Eglwysilan, received four times more than he should. Mr Thomas Morgan said he did not think there were more than half a dozen ratepayers present at the public meeting. Mr Williams denied that, but his motion fen through, no seconder being found. The Public Works Committee recommended that the motion refusing to light the side streets be rescinded, and thf^. one lamp be allowed for every 18 houses in a line with a modification in the case of Cross streets.—The report was adopted. ISOLATION HOSPITAL. Major Lindsay explained that the Cou.i',y c(Lt,(' ii had resolved to issue a compulsory or- de- to the Caerphilly Council to provide er isolation hospital for the district. That meant f- it the County Council would appoint a com- mittee cf fowr of their members and three mem- (In" of the Caerphilly Council to carry out th wl. That meant that the District Conn-, cil's representatives would be outvoted. If not- ttnrg were done by the next meeting of ne CÇULty 'Council that body would proceed to do the work itself. But if the District Council gut s.) far as to prepare plans, estimates, etc., il ey would be allowed to do the work themselves, ani th e County Council would lend them the mo -ey to fieot the building, and afterwards contribute one talf of the cost of maintenance. He moved that steps be immediately taken to push on the work Major Dowdeswell seconded, and the juHfor waa carried,