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The Royal Visit.

Forth Preparations.

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Forth Preparations. Councillor Thos. Griffiths, M.E., J.P., ] presided over a meeting convened at the Porth Police Court on Monday evening to discuss and complete the arrangements for the Royal visit. The announcement by the Chairman that the Ocean Colliery Com- pany had promised £ 25 towards the pre- sentation, was greeted with cheers. A motion was brought forward with regard to the closing of shops for an hour or so on Friday. After some discussion, it was ,resolved to leave the matter at the option of each proprietor. A discussion also took place as to the position of the committee during the presentation. Upon the motion of Mr. T. Davies (chemist), supported by Dr. R. D. Chalke, M.A., it was resolved I that the members of the committee be given no special privilege, but take their position as well as they could with the I crowd. The Chairman also reported that f Mr. Nisbett had placed at their disposal twenty tramcansi, to be situated between Porth Hotel and the Depot, to accommo- date over 1,000 children. His offer was accepted amidst cheers.

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