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THE DECEMBER MAGAZINES.

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HESWALL. PARISH COUNCIL MEETING. The monthly meeting of the Heswall Parish Council was held on Tuesday night, Mr. Chas. Molvor presiding. The sub-committee appointed to con- eider tenders for the emptying of ashpits recom- mended that the estimate of £ 88 by Mr. Jonathan Smith be accepted. The Council acquiesced.—In connection with the enlargement of the burial ground, which is now practically completed, the subscriptions oame to £ 27 less than the amount incurred by the Council. Offertories had, how- ever, been promised by the authorities of the Parish Church and of the Presbyterian Church.— Mr. Caldow raised the question of the footpath through the churchyard, which had ""been stopped up by the new wall, and a long discuesion ensued, but it was ultimately decided to take no action unless the matter was brought up by the resi- dents.—In reply to the Council's request for a pillar-box at each end of Rocky-lane, the postal authorities wrote signifying their intention of erecting letter-boxes.—A letter was read from a resident in Thurstaston-road complaining of a nuisance caused by surface water. Mr. Ledeom stated the matter was receiving the attention of the District Council. Other drains, including tfiose in Pensby-road and Irby-lane, were being wttended to.

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