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TOWN COUNCIL, I The monthly meeting of the Council was held on Tuesday, the Mayor presiding. The other members present were Aldermen T. J. Williams, E. T. Jones, J. T. Hughes, and R. H. Roberts; Colineillors Robert Owen, Boax Jones, A Lloyd Jones, W. H. Evans, D. H. Davies, E., A. Turn our, Roger Pryce, T. A. Wynne Edwards, Howel Gee, with the Tows Clerk (Mr. J. Parry Jones), the Borough Accountant (Mr. Ellis Williams), Medical Officer, (Dr. Griffith Rolferts), the Borough Surveyor (Mr. John Davies), the Collector (Mr. E. Miib), and the Inspector (Mr. R. Roberts*. A letter of apology was received from Mr. W. D. W. Griffith, MIIO had been called to London on business, and lie was excused. THE LATE COUNCILLOR ANIiSEWS. Mrs. Andrews wrota thanking the Council for bhe vote of condolence passed with her aad her family on the death of her late husband. THE HEALTH OF THE BOEOIJG-Ii. The Medical Officer reported that the num- ber of registered during the month was 10, one of which look place at the Infirmary. Four of the above were infants, and three had reached the advanced ages of 70, 80 and 82 years respectively seven deaths had beeli. reported from the Asylum during the month. For the Same period 10 births had been regis- tered, .eix males, and four females. Tim a( ovt figures gave an equal birth and deatb t af 39. per 1,000 per annum. THE .MEASLES. The Medical Officer also reported that owing to an epidemic of measles, he, had advised the of the public schools of the' town for a short time. One case of mild scadet fever bad been nctiiied, but the patient was now convales- cent, and there was no other case within the borough. It was of those case which could not be accounted for. The Town Clerk then read a letter from Mr. R. H. Roberts, clerk of the School Board, stating that, on the recommendation of the Medical Ofticsr, the schools bad been ordered to be closed for a fortnight, or for such time as the Medical Officer considered suffieient. He wished to have a certificate to that effect on the report of the Medical Officer. The certificate was ordered to be granted. THE WIDENING OF LON LLEWELYN, PEOFOSALS OF THE SPECIAL COUNCTV. MEETING. The Mayor proposed, and Mr.'E. A. Tumour seconded, the adoption of the following re- porI. At a Committee Meeting of the whole Coun- cil, held on the 18th day of February, 1897, at 4 p. m. :PreBf;mt :The Mayor, (chairman), Messrs. E. T. Jones, J. T. Hughes, T J. Williams, R. Humphreys .Roberts, W. H. Evans, Roger a -P Pryce, E. A. Tumour, Boas .Jones, and A. Wynne Edwards. The Borough Surveyor in attendance. The Committee having visited and discussed the proposed, scheme for widening and altering Lon Llewelyn, Ipl was proposed by Mr. T, A. Wynne. Edwards, seconded by Mr. R. Hnmphreps Roberts,Sand carried, That the Mayor, Aldermen E. T. Jones, T. I. Williams, 1\,0 Humphreys Roberts, Councillors T. A. Wynne Edwards and E. A. Tnrncur, be appointed a de putation to wait upon Messrs Gold Edwards aid Co., asreprefenting the owners of the land adjoining the "Glas Meadows, to ascertain whether they will exchange a piece of bifid, of the width of S3 feet at least, for the purpose of making a new Road 20 feet wide from, a point in Lon Llewelyn, situate about 30 yards below the existing stile on the footpath through Glas Meartows to Lenten Pool and terminating in Love Lane immediately opposite the turning to the Castle, and to, allow a sutncien t turn into Love Lane.for the part of Glas Meadows which will be cut off by the proposed new road, such piece of land to be handed over at once, and for the existing rradway from the point of diver- sion to the present entrance on the Asylum Eaad, which it is intended to abandon, p( ion of the latter piece to be given sfk, soon as the Contracts at the Asylum are compJeted, or say on the 1st January, 1900. Provision to be made for making a new footpath from tie proposed new entrance in. Love Lane to meet the existing foot- path through the fields towards Crvo It was resolved. 'That the bank behind the advertisement hoarding at the pj-esent entrance to Lon Llewelyn on. the Asylum '.Road be removed.' (Signed), W. MKIXAKO. Chairman. Air, W. H. Evans said he had not one word

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