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-1 "A; .I.J..1UI d,11l1 nUll'U ;11 Eloo lie was "willing (renewed II o ],I- is daughter).—Col Monis: I should be sorry to fi :ake Mr Griffiths as our guide, as he does not !>elit>ve m it even for the town of Llandilo. kVf, ought to have one of our own, and it is r rime for the Council to have it. It wouM r, )ay. It is no use attributing bad motives c, hat these gentlemen want it themselves, tl f you don't want it wo want it and wili h, iave it too.Alt- G,i,iffitlis (,h<)tlv): You pav al hen. He continued to speak amidst shouts K f order.-Col. Morris: He has made several rr peeehes.-Cnes of "Vote.Clerk What is he pioposition. Mr Chairman (laughter).— f. ^:™n.- HaTO you proposed anything, X fwyn (mere laughter).—Mr Evan Divies topose we should not have it.-All- Gwvn- • p, second tli-at,Alajo,r Spence Jones said he 0'( rp 111 lm J>roPasition to fall in with ai i + w S su^ostl<)»-—Mr D. W. Lewis 0f IKI yhat would be broad enough.—Col. P< loms: That is the thing I di irimtlis said the amendment was thiat the M Mev should not be engaged in any portiol1 fr f the district.-Col. Morris: The amend- Jc lent was that the Toller should not be en- ra aged on the road mentioned.—Mr Evan re Navies: Or any other.—A perfect babel fol- wi nvecl.—Mr Gwyn I did not say that.—Mr nt fvan Davies: No road whatever.—Col. in lorns hat 1* the amendment (laughter). M -Chan-man: Not to use the steam roller at is 1. o will put the amendment.—Mr Evan ou avies I proposed Chairman: Fair play of aughter). -Mr L. N. Powell, in the midst ra all the din, called out. Order now! Jo liair! Chairman (a.gain): The amendment not to use the roller at all. All for it.- :>oven hands were held up, whilst nine voted Tli v rJ J°/ for liaring the roller.—?,ir ,l',f vel I ^v3*n; vo" better not go back u*. Llanifvnydd (Laughter). taj THE LOUGHOn snwirAti? Col. Morris after he and Mr W. Griffiths C id exchanged some more shots dealt ex- ^ie uistively Avith the question of the necessity ^le bon-owing £ 300 more than they had in- slia nded for the extensions to certain localities Lo1 .H' ^ughor watsM" supply. He went on Tn-Qo! original cost of the scheane I: !Sq^'t for ^vhloh tlley had borrowed Coi 5 800, leaving a balance of £ 982 12s. The fvn di,tional sum Hley had intended to borrow the is £ 2 200, but he proposed for reasons Mo ™nnn J* WOuld be better to borrow last .,oUUU. I here was another point. Tlie Spe )ariaii owners had oiveii a sieat deal of ri-pf i ai-li threatened the Ammanford had unci1 with an injunction, with the result was it that Council had determined to go in reql ailianientary powers to have complete I in 6 "aIter- The Lla"di.lo Council HI the same boat, and the members of IR 3 joint conference reported that the Llan- if o Council should join Ammanfoid Council promoting a ParJiamentary Bill. That s with a view to do away iritli the claims the upanan owners and to prevent other t lion ties from inteifering with their )Ply. J ossesston was nine points of the I lie .supply was not enormou.s The TlfhZ' u°o bvlei Iooality1svrvcd by tiK> v,atei' >,0°ing up by leaps and bounds, and it was t ;v, J° Provide for the next 30 or 40 .is, and he formally proposed that that! incil jcin the Ammanlfcrd Council in pro- ting a bill and agree to pay two-fifths of cost connected with the promotion of •h bill and ats« that the Clerk be instruc- maJ ro!? t0 ihZ L G B~ askillS for their mcilanT^w, t0 JOin tlie Ammanford eil^and pay the p.^ortion mention^}.- ij. Lowell asked whether that wornr i i -vn-otild coiiie f le -%I-llofe ,pql4 t-I Ulll,oll. Lleik^uid it would depend entirely OIl Ij-G-B.. The I r'ban Council had paww « such a purpose, the lU^ral hu^ ^ot. He 1 not know that the would givo I ^.ent, but he believed in one case it had I n donp. Ihe Llanelly Rural Council had I erto n t?' ^"o tit I it th^ L £ liiVer S°Ufh0r over aiKl ahove ■! lire Tl ia,ld A1nimauf01tl Councils 1) iinea- The clerk to the Llanellv Council I) ^cen him on tlie matter. He wished the |{ ei Councils to join Llanelly to save ex- |( sort Vf d0 something of |l n'i hT.1 S >Vri* faid tllc Llaiiellv I) nc iu in in 1apI>,+oac"llcd th<~ Ammanford I) ncii in an indirect manner and were t^hl l( ■gbt that Ammanford would have not Y1 to do WltJl tl,«„ TJ,CT II f, a", oml thmi-l.t .lm„M I) would take thorn under their win.r, ]t fl the pl^in duty of Llandilo CouncTl tn ml Ammanford. They could not l.ow bo I) irated. They had one main, it was I) r duty to protect that sum>lv A II I ford with, all thoiv TOialT%i Vltb If :ed themselves to noth N TV* •COn,1- I -d the L.G.B. for contnt"3' n y S1'nply 1) to their interest t,-> i » "as, there- Hi £ Clerk: It would me,f"" AuV"a,nford- 1( would have to ot>nr,^x '"(-'vitably that 1) 3 might he verv hSvv I T aml the uis matter for Llan > i P10Ve \l volT w to join and S 1 5'e' it 1v?,lld be bill protecting? 1 v tbe J^an- T on- lis Handdo rights —Mr f) rfV,«*4 akni i .no to do any thin o- T can },+ r ir-a Od'iVifi40 thC 'Tlov havo'Tfr f01; U«n*fcW« J.*™ r Henrv K "?I ,to bea'1' expense. tlon. did not tl! f 1>oil>tcd out that Jail, T) w r ■' t]i«ms^lves to anytJiin<>' doctoi io u askc<1 « Ll^iilo Council *»*« manforj (5 {" ° ^kudobio .nd ,e"ou Af ti Mor:n.si: ou can't do and 0] -"SnSf" 525 is a Tpa-s A joint council to meet acrain^^ anted Paper d what thev think will iK +1 i u>C()ln- ODtisci tl» CoundCS, red to a f.™ c.pfc. "S? i~is asked what lie meant 11 «• r I fi naxr, Ar bJ capable men. >>e in tm'i ) «• • ^'ho take an into- curre. w™KiaffaHS-~Co1- Morris: If tW Thorn a There V'w) object to P'^loi i' t nothing but susnieion nil ceasec M.nat am I to gain?—Mr L. N. the 11 to bad motives, but I at th< ftlis of the cost to°d,v "|0tf Vft<' to 1>ay raY,„„i, cosrto-day, but if you'wish withn .I.! >i ')im;uilord in, a non-committal the hi (ion t object. — Mr I). ^V. Lewis asked in- V posing they had to fight, how much movec r'! bc Council?—Clerk 1 can't friend "v -"°'iris •' -yot one penny.—Tlie tege a v Paired a lesolution to supiport J- A'l'i but not to jcin t1 pm, providing thev chuir1? "uike you under the'r wing.—Now Mr woid•• ninths wanted .to inow what w as meant J^gaM f>|K>rt. Mr D. W. Lewis would secojid mcmb reposition providii-g they were only and w ntars-Thou the Clerk wanted to ce.mfo: what Leivis meant hy guarantors. Metho D. said security sueli as the native parish was at present for the water vears for Brynamm in, etc.-It was agreed familv loik should write 'ro the L.G.B. to aak vive/- COIIJIC:1 could join Aiiinianfcid in ]>ro- Londo :the hill. Mr Evan Davies: Suppose uieat I.G.B. agreed. AMwt 11 ? CoIollel D » said nothing could be done if the their aiu not conn nil it. liiey wanted i. fgal ground to go on. Further discussion a ollowed. THE STEAM ROLLER AGAIN. Mr Evan Jones, surveyor, said a steam f oiler would lbe at work on t:he new Tregeyb oad next week, and it would be well if it I outd be used immediately afterwards on J tie Manoravon road adjoining. Other roads e mentioned in the Eastern division could B fterwards be rolled. He thought it would b ? a mistake to buy a roller. They mld use*the roller for 30 or 40 days.—Mr b i Griffiths thought it would be very un- rir. Why not have it for 15 days in the J, orthern part.—'Mr Evan Jones: I have othinig to do with these districts.—Mr D owell: The point is how many days are we P ting to allow it in Mr Jones's district. In pswer to Mr Evan Davies, he said the cost A the roller was 21s d per day.—Mr L. N. owell proposed it be allowed for Mr Jones' H strict for a period not exceeding 30 days.— r W. Griffiths: Why not have the report L om the other surveyor first. -Nfajoi- Spence )iies: I propose the survevors should ar- cv ,nge a-mong themselvee 'and produce a -port by next 'meeting, hut if Mr Jones B. ante-d it there was no reason why he could L: It use it in the nieantiim,c,Clialt-ma-ii All favour to defer to this day fortnight?— B r Powell: The advantage is that the roller coining here.—Mr Evan Davies pointed bo it that the advantage was with the owner the roller.—After further discsusion, or J. ther talk, the motion of Major Spence- mes was adopted. ONE LITTLE MATTER. Col. Morris: I have one little matter.— M Ie Clerk: I have lots (laughter).—Colonel ÎI; orris: It is a matter of life and death to s' • He went on to .show the necessity of king steps to extjuid the water mains to Va epney road.—It was decided to do so. -p One of the Clerk's little lots was to inform ? Council that he had had a cheque from n ? Ammanford Council for £ 1,737 3s 9d, its are of the cost of the head works of the ughor water supply. T LLANFYNYDD ~WATER SUPPLY. Relative to the application from the uncil to bonwv £ 200 for supplying Llan- lydd with water, a letter was. read from L.G.B asking for estimates, etc.—Colonel m-is said they had been at it since October 11 t, but nothing had yet been done.—Major ence Jones said it Avas not the fault of tlie La arian ow ners in tht case, and for them he I nothing to say (laughter).-The Clerk tin s instructed to supply the L.G.B. with the apJ [iiired information. —