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CARMARTHENSHIRE. The statutory meeting of the Carmattuensairo ConutYt Council was held in the Shirehall, Carmarthen, on Saturday, Viscount Emlyn being appointed chairman pro tem.—Mr C. E. Morris, of Penbryn, was elected chairman for the ensuing year. Mr Morris, in assuming the chair, thanked them for ths honour they had done him.— Air H. J. Thomas moved that the aldermen should bo selected from within' the counciL—Mr Gwilym Evans thought the proposition out of order no resolution of the council could override the Act, which gave them power to select their aldermen from without if they chose.-The reso- lution was not put to the meeting. The following w.re the aldermen elected :—Mr Joseph Joseph, Mr Beavan, Mr D. Stepheus (non-member), Mr W. R. Edwards, Mr W. O. Brigstocke, Dr. Jones, Mr Wilkins, and Mr Watkins. A vote of thanks was accorded to Mr Gwilym Evans for his conduct as chairman during the past three years. Mr W. N. Jones was elected vice-chairman. No change of importance was made ia the appoint- ment of the committees.