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TO CORRESPONDENTS.

DANGER SPOTS.

VAYNOR EASTER. VESTRY.,

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VAYNOR EASTER. VESTRY., Sir,—Kindly allow me to correct and amplify the report of the above vestry, which appeared •vo^r issue. It is quite incorr-ect to state i a^or a time no one consented to act. as clerk of the vestry." Mr. T. Williams, a-- clerk for 1908-9, naturally retained office until the minutes had been read by him, and immediate- ly this had been done, the writer was nomin- at-?d for the position. Your reporter also re-ms to be labouring- under a m s^pprehension as to what actually took place with regard to the 1907 minutes, for he- !Ota.tps that these minutes were left unsigned! This, however, WA, not the case. It is tru-e that Mr. T. Greatcrex proposed, and Mr. T. Williams seconded, a motion that the minutes be. left tinsian-d. but Mr. E. Berry- man moved an amendment, which was duJv seconded, that the minutes be siened. <5n bein put to the meetincr, the amendment was car- r-ed by a large majority, and the Chairman ae- cordip.^Iy ai^ned mvnutos. It was only wh.->n this had been done that I accepted the position of vestrv e'erk. The name of Mr. T. n. Greatorex. who W;1 Tinanimo'i^ly re-appoint- ed auditor, wag omitted from the list of ap- pointments as given in your report.—Yours, etc., 3ILAS M. HARRIS. Me.»fFa r Gam, Vnyncr, May 10th, 190P,

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