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. CATTLE MARKETS, AND FAIRS.…

DISESTABLISHMENT. 1

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------------POLICE COURT.

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. 'PARISH COUNCIL./

THE NORTH HENDRE LEAD MINE.

. RAILWAY OFFICIALS' ANNUAL…

. URBAN COUNCIL.

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URBAN COUNCIL. The monthly meeting of the above Council was held on Friday evening, when there were present, Messrs. J. E. Davies (presiding), W. Wright, H. Lloyd Jones, D. Morris, H. G. Ro- berts, W. P. Jones, T. Parry, W. Rowe, G. H. Simon, and G. H. Bradlay, (clerk). THE UNIVERSITY OFFICES. On the motion of Mr. Roberts, an application from the Cardiff Corporation to support flie^ location in that town of the University Offices, was ordered to lie on the table. TELEPHONE. An application from tiie National Telephone Company, for the erection of telephone poles in Maes-y-dre, and to the Waen and Nerquis Collieries, was granted the work to be done to the satisfaction of the Surveyor. DRAINAGE. Mr. Morris moved that owing to the slow progress made with the connections with the main drain, that all further connections be superintended by the surveyor.' He stated that only about ten connections were made per month the consequence of which was that every connection cost about 109. to superintend. Further be thought that the town could ill afford to pay two men for work that could easily be done by Mr. Isaac Jones. He had net the slightest feeling towards Mr. Boosie who had done his work with every satisfaction, but he was of opinion that Mr. Jones could perform the duties which Mr. Boosie was now doing. Mr. Simon seconded. Mr. Wright: How many connections have been made? Mr. Boosie Last month owing to the very severe weather there were only six connections made, and no more were ordered. The number of junctions required to be done now is about 90 to 100. Altogether 130 connections have been made. Mr. Wright: What is the meaning of superintended by the Surveyor?' Mr. Morris: We have got two surveyors, and my motion is that we do with one. Mr. Wright said that the work was so little that one man could do it,and at the rate they

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WELSH MARKETS.

THE RUTHIN GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

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