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IAbergele District Council


Llandudno County School.

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Llandudno Petty Sessions,

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IAbergele District Council


The Clerk replied that he was expecting a letter from the Railway Company every day with regard to the Promenade improvement scheme, and when that was received, the Promenade Committee would call a special meeting of the whole Council, and proceed with the application for a loan at once. After further discussion, it was decided to proceed with the recessary work as soon as possible, and that the Council do it them- selves, rather than apply for tenders. MODE SHEKELS WANTED. A discussion ensued as to what steps should be taken by the Council to raise the nEcessary contribution (Z.7 ios) to enable them to be represented on the North Wales Advertising Board, for the ensuing year. The matter was left in the hands of the following elected committee,, with power to act:—The Chairman, Messrs. J. Pierce, R. Roberts, H. E. Thomas, W. J. Evans, J. Edwards (Tanyfron), W. H. Jones, and W. P. Morris. EVENING CLASSES. On the motion of Mr W. P. Morris, seconded by Mr W. J. Evans, it was resolved that the Council take steps to get more young people to attend these classes, which, ac- cording to a letter received from the Evening "Classes Committee, at Colwyn Bay, were do- ing such splendid work. Mr W. P. Morris thought it would be advisable to call a pub- lic meeting, to explain the benefits to be derived by attending the classes, and Mr Prichard added, that it would not be a bad idea to have someone to attend the lementary schools, and address the pupils in the high- er standards on the matter. It was decided to adopt both suggestions. NOTIFICATION OF BIRTHS. A letter was read from Mrs Johnson, hon. secretary of the District Nursing Association, replying to a leftter of enquiry from the Clerk to the Council, saying, that the Dis. trict Nurse had invariably attended the homes of the poorer classes in the town, and advised the mothers how to feed, clothe, and bring up newly-born babies. It should be explained, that these enquiries have been made consequent upon a circular letter re- ceived by the Council some time ago, from the Local Government Board, with refer- ence to the adoption of the Notification of Births Act. It will therefore be observed, that there is no necessity for its adoption as far as Abergele is concerned. SEARCHLIGHT.