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Geirionydd Rural District Council. REV. JOHN GOWER'S WONDERFUL REMEDY. The monthly meeting was held on Tuesday. Present: Rev. John Gower (chairman), Mr. J. Lloyd Morris (vice-chairman), Revs. J. Ll. Rich- ards and Henry Jones, Messrs E. VV. Hobert" Evan Williams, Edward Roberts, D. G. Jones, T. T. Roberts and R. T. E'lis, with the Clerk (Mr. Thomas Hughes), and Surveyor (Mr. R. H. Williams). The Council gave their consent to the proposed riverside improvement by the Llanrwst Urban riverside improvement by the Llanrwst Urban Council, conditionally that the Council give an undertaking to bear all the expense and keep the place in a proper s'ate < f repair at all times. The Vice-chairman raised an objection to the manner adopted of raising the water rates, and a heated discussion followed. Mr. Morris said he c would not press any resolution, but the matter was one for consideration in the future. It was decided to again write the County Council and ask them to receive a deputation rz Yspytty Ifan road. A petition was read from residents at Cwm, Penmachno, complaining of the bad state of the road from Carrog to Dregynwal. Mr E. W. Roberts described the road as in a fearful state, and to walk the same one was obliged to do so in mud and water to one's ankles. The Surveyor was instructed to do what he could with a. view of improving the part com- plained of. A letter was read from the Llanrwst Urban Council asking the Council if they were prepared to join in the erection of a Joint Isolation Hos- pital. The let,ter was left on the table. Referring to some cases of erysypelas which were reported by the Inspector, one of which had proved fatal. The Chairman said he was surprised to hear of these cases, and especially the one proving fatal. It was almost unknown in South Wales. He described how by a recipe which he had, he cured one suffering from that disease at Trefriw, and how that man went about the village curing all suffering from the malady by the same method.

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