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DISTRICT AND PARISH COUNCILS. MALPAS PARISH. On Tuesday a meeting of this body was held in the Jubilee Hall, specially to appoint a lamp- lighter for the ensuing winter. Mr. Danily occupied the chair. Tenders were received from three persons, viz.Wm. Bellis, James Toules, and George Hewitt. The latter was appointed at a salary of X6 a year, and com- mences his duties on Monday next. The Council then resolved itself into a committee to consider the refusal of the fire brigade to hand over the proceeds of the recent dance, which the members of the brigade had originated. The captain contended that they were the proper custodians of the money. A lively discussion ensued, and it was ultimately decided to appoint Mr. John Huxley, jun., treasurer to the fund for the brigade. SAUGHALL PARISH. A meeting of the Parish Council was held in the Schoolroom, on Thursday evening, Mr. W. T. Harvey presiding over an attendance which included Messrs. J. H. Williams (vice-chair- man), J. T. Whaley, C. Done, W. Shepherd, J. Dutton, W. Faulkner, J. Griffiths, and G. Venables.-Mr. W. Shepherd proposed, and Mr. Done seconded, that the Clerk ask the trustees of Powell's Charity for a full statement of accounts, including a statement of the funds invested in Consols. Carried unanimously.— It was also unanimously decided, on the proposition of Mr. J. H. Williams, seconded by Mr. C. Done, to ask the Charity Commissioners whether the funds invested in Consols could be used to improve the property, which is in a very dila- pidated condition. Mr. G. Venables proposed, and Mr. C. Done seconded, that Mr. J. H. Williams be appointed a trustee of Powell's Charity, in place of Mr. John Jones, the retiring trustee. The pro- position was unanimously carried.—Messrs. W. Shepherd, G. Venables, and J. T. Whaley were unanimously appointed a sub- committee to consider the question of the provision of a recreation ground, and to bring forward suggestions at the next meeting of the Council.—Mr. Whaley proposed that the clerk arrange with Mr. Owen, the highway surveyor, for a meeting with the members of the Council at Sea Hill to confer respecting the state of the footpath leading to Marsh Lane.—Mr. J. H. Williams seconded, and the proposition was unanimously carried. Mr. J. T. Whaley proposed, and Mr. Dutton seconded, that the plans relating to the im- provement of the roadway at Sea Hill be sent to the Local Government Board, asking that the Board should request the County Council to carry out the suggested improvement. The resolution was unanimously carried.

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