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St. Asaph Board of Guardians.

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Llanrwst Urban District Council.


Llanrwst Urban District Council. WORK FOR THE UNEMPLOYED. THE FIGHT AGAINST CONSUMPTION. The monthly meeting of this Council was held on Friday evening, Mr. H. J. W. Watling .presiding. There were also pre- sent Messrs. Wm. Hughes, W. J. Williams, Edward Mills, John Williams, W. Jones, Griffith Jones, D. J. Williams, Albert Hughes, William Davies, and Dr. Huw Williams; with the Clerk (Mr. T. Latimer Jones), the Surveyor (Mr. George Wynne), and 'the Collector (Mr. E. M. Jones). FINANCE. The Collector reported having collected for the month £117 12s. 8d.. The Finance Committee reported having Examined ac- counts amounting to £33 9S. 3d., which they recommended should be paid. There was a balance at the bank of £215 2s. nd., leaving an available (balance of 13s. 8d The Clerk reported that having re- ceived a cheque from the County Treasurer for J., 187 ios., being half the contract for main rotds, and another for 18s. 3d. being the 4-11th part of repayment of loan and interest re Crown Corner, by the receipt of which their accounts were once more placed on the right side. PULMOXARY TUBERCULOSIS. The Inspector reported that he had gone through the medical officer's informa- tion and instruction re the above, and he strongly recommended that the same be re- ferred to the Sanitary Committee, and the Inspector's recommendation was adopted. FELIX ISA' WATER SUPPLY. The Surveyor reported that he had scour- ed the pipes at Felin Isa' Cottages, and found a little sediment which after a good scouring became fairly clear. He was of opinion that if the pipes were scoured weekly there would be no cause for com- plaint. The Surveyor v'as instructed to have them scoured each week and report at the next meeting. MACADAM. The Surveyor asked for an order for the purchase of 20 or 30 tons of ij inch mac- adam, also about 150 tons unbroken stone, all from Mr. R. O. Roberts' quarry at Pantycarw, the latter to be placed on the Llangernyw road and be broken by the town's unemployed at 3s. per ton. He 'further applied fbtr leave to purchase ajt a cheap rate when opportunity offered it- self odd lots of stone. The three applica- tions were granted. FIRE BRIGADE. Mr. Albert Hughes (Chairman of the Fire Brigade Committee) reported that the Conm had mt, recommended that Mr. Wm. Hughes be appointed lieutenant. On the motion of Mr. D. J. Willilams, seconded by Mr. W. J. Williams, an am- endment was moved and carried that two lieutenants be appointed, namely, Mr. John Hughes and Mr. Wm. Hughes, the senior to be that from length of service to the Brigade. I.TOUTING INSPECTOR. The Lighting Committee Recommended that no paid lighting inspector be appoint- ed, but that the Surveyor, assisted by members of the Council, should report up- on the state of the lamps, Arc. After a short discussion Mr. Albert Hughes was appointed to do the work voluntarily for a period. WELSH NATIONAL MEMORIAL. Mr. Albert Hughes reported that he and Mr. Griffith Jones had visited the meeting held at Denbigh, where several recom- mendations were adopted, which included a recommendation that each district should (take up tthe matter. It was resolved to leave the same to the Chairman to con- vene a town's meeting early in the new year.

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Colwyn Bay Police Court.

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I The Carnarvon Boroughs Election.

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Pauperism and its Cost.