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ST. ASAPH (DENBIGH) RURAL DIbTRICT COUNCIL. FRIDA ¥.-Mr J W Jones presided, and amongst others present were Messrs Hugh Roberts, Thomas Lloyd, Owen ov%,enst David Roberts, John Roberts, William Jones, Morris Jones, Joseph Jones, R Griffiths, John Pritchard, Bennett Jones, Robert Davies, J E Parry, John Evans; with the clerk, Mr Grimsley; the medical officer, Dr Roberts; and the Inspector and Sur- veyors. NUISANCE NEAR TILERY CEOSJSIVA The Abergele Parish Counoil; wrote stat- ing that a complaint had been made that a portion of the highway near Tilery Crossing was being used by occupants of caravans, and asking that Council to fence that portion of the road and put up a notice prohibiting them camping there. It was deoided to put up a fenee there and also to notify the police at, Abergele. ROAD IMPROVEMENTS. It was decided, on the application of the Llansannan Parish Council, for half moons to be constructed on the road near Allt-y- Plas, to appoint three members of the Council to meet the agent of Mrs Wynne orke's estate with a view of making-an application for land to construct the-half moons. DISTRICT COUNCILS AS SANITARY AUTHORITIES. Mr Bennett Jones said that at the' last' County Council meeting of Deritoiglfeture, reniarknveremadethat tile Ifc'sfrife&Cftaneil1 were not alive to their daties, as the: sanitary authorities. It vsas; said- tkbt* dairies were not kept clean, and that middens were too near to them, and also that the drainage was very bad. He should like to know from the: Itispeetdf^fcetfc&r his district was clear front these- ehtwg"; l The .S)»i*p«:-ctor w id he was n*t a posmor. -osay that they were ail sau&iWcory at the present moment. He visited the places as often as he could. Mr Bennett Jones wished to know whether it was the duty of the Inspector to keep a book and enter in it where he was every day during the month. The Clerk said ho had a report book to allow his visits. Mr Joseph Jones said that a gentleman from that district said in the County Council that he knew of farms where the Sanitary Inspector had not visited for the last 15 years. The Inspector said he had visited the dairies and cowsheds systematically, and had reported upon them from time to time. He was prepared to say that the dairie*" and cowsheds in the St Asaph district of Flintshire and Denbighshire were in very good order. After further discussion it was decided that the Inspector should keep a book and enter in it where he was every day of the month. THE EDUCATION BILL. On the motion of Mr Bennett Jones, seconded by Mr Robert Davies, a similar resolution to that passed in the Board of Guardians was adopted by the Council.

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