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DISTRICT AND PARISH COUNCILS. 4 CHILDER THORNTON PARISH. The monthly meeting of this Council was held in the Mission Hall on Wednesday evening, Mr. N. M. Barron presiding, and also present Messrs. J. Howard, J. Baxter, T. Price, and S. Hancock (clerk).—The Clerk read a letter from the Local Government Board respecting the recent action taken by the District Council with regard to the new sewer in the township now in course of construction. The communi- cation stated that the Parish Council's letter had been forwarded to the District Council for their observations thereon.—A short discussion ensued, and the Council expressed strong dis- approval of the present unsatisfactory state in which the District Council were carrying out the sewering of the township, and considered that the present condition of affairs was most calculated to bring on a Local Government enquiry, as by that means the matter would be thoroughly investigated. The subject was deferred until next meeting, in order to elicit a more emphatic expression of opinion thereon.— The Clerk read a letter from Mr. J. Prince, resigning his position as a parish councillor for Childer Thornton.—On the proposition of Mr. Howard, seconded by Mr. Priee, it was resolved that the resignation be not accepted, and that the clerk be instructed to address a letter to Mr. Prince, asking him to reconsider his decision. TATTENHALL PARISH. A special meeting of the Parish Coun- cil was held on Monday evening in the Village Institute, when there were present Messrs. J. Cooke (chairman), J. Aldersey, J. Baker, the Rev. C. L. Arnold, Messrs. W. R. Challinor, T. Moore Dutton, J. Lightfoot, and G. Mosford. A letter was read from Mr. G. Barbour thank- ing the Council for permission to alter the footpath by the Mill Pool, and he hoped the widening of the road from the Hall gates to the Well Bridges would be beneficial to the parish. Afterwards a letter was read from the Gas Company stating that they would supply gas at the rate of 13s. per lamp, on the same conditions as before, for the season. This is a reduction of 3s. per lamp from last season. After some discussion, Mr. J. Lightfoot moved, and Mr. T. Moore Dutton seconded, that the Gas Company's tender be accepted, which was carried.

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