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- ITHE FREE LIBRARY SITE.

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I THE FREE LIBRARY SITE. THE ANCIENTS LIGHTS DISPUTE SETTLED. The ancient lights dispute which for the last two or three weeks has retarded pro- gress on the new free library is now prac- tically settled. In our last issue we informed our read- ers that, the Council had offered Messrs Chamberlain and Johnson (as solicitors for Mr J. W. Will am s) £ 20 to' cover all legal expenses and an architect's fees to examine the new library plans to adAnse to what extent they should be moderated to meet the requirements of Mr Wil- liams. That offer was apparently accepted, and on Monday evening the members of the Council, with Mr Hartley, of Liverpool (on behalf of Mr Williams) and Mr G. A. Humphreys met in Committee, and the suggestions put forward by Mr Hartley were then considered. Eventually it was decided that Mr Humphreys should sub- mit details and sections to Mr Hartley on the lines indicated by hini, and the meet- ing was adjourned for that to be done. On Wednesday evening there was another meeting, when Mr Humphreys at- tended and submitted the altered plans, which were approved of, and the architect requested to forward them to Mr Hartley to be initialed by him. This was followed by a ispecial meeting of the Council, at which the above de- cision was unanimously confirmed.

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