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WELSH MARKETS.

, CATTLE MARKETS, AND FAIRS.

THE NEW BISHOP OF ST.. DAVID'S.

'NOT TO THE PUBLIC ADVANTAGE;

SLINGS AND ARROWS. _..

DENBIGH.

- DEATH OF COUNCILLOR THOMAS…

TOWN , COITNCIL.

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TOWN COITNCIL. THE monthly meeting was held on Tuesday, the Mayor (Mr. William Mellard) presiding. The other members present were Alderman T. J. Williams, E. T. Jones, J. T. Hughes, and R. H. Roberts. Councillors W. D. W. Griffith, W. H. Evans, A. Lloyd Jones, Boaz Jones, E. A Tumour, Roger Pryee, Robert Owen, T. A. Wynne Edwards, and Howel Gee, with the Town Clerk (Mr. J. Parry Jones), the Medical Officer (Dr. Griffith Roberts), the Borough Ac- countant (Mr. Ellis Williams), the Borough Surveyor (Mr. John Davies), and the Inspector (Mr. R Roberts). THE DEATH OF COUNCILLOR ANDREWS. THE MAYOR AND CORPORATION TO ATTEND THE FITNERAL. A VOTE OF SYMPATHY. The Mayor said that before proceeding with the usual business of the Council, it was his painful duty to call attention to the fact that since their last meeting, it had been their mis- fortune to lose one of their brother councillors, a gentleman who had been a member of the Council for nearly six years, Mr. Thomas An. drews. He believed that most of those, sitting round the table that day had known the late Councillor for a longer period than him, al. though he (the Mayor), could claim a friendship of nearly 10 years, and he thought they would agree with him that a more courteous and gen- ial man they could not meet. Mr. Andrews did not content himself with being a member of the Council, but took an active part in the work of the Council, he being chairman of two of its most important committees, viz., the. Highway and Fire Brigade Committees. He also took deep interest in work outside the Council, and was chairman of the Castle Com- mittee. The town could ill afford to lose such men as Mr. Andrews. As a Councillor, he was i faithful representative of the ratepayers; as iI. citizen he was true and loyal to the town of Denbigh, and as a Christian, he shewed his Christianity by being a fri«nd of the poor. He begged to propose the following reslou- ion :— s That this Council deeply regrets the loss the borough has sustained by the death of Councillor Thomas Andr jws, and expresse4 its deep sympathy with the widow andre. Î