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. THE SANITARY INSPECTOR'S…

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DENBIGH GRAMMAR SCHOOL OLD…

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come. He also begged to suggest thai; a num- ber of the Council should meet the School Board on the spot, to see whether it was not possible to have some definite scheme to discuss. At the same time he wished to press the first point which he raised, viz.: that the School Board be asked not to build on the new site. A division was thenftaken, when 8 voted for the amendment, and the matter was therefore deferred to a committee of the whole Council. On the motion of Mr. R. Henry Roberts, seconded by Mr. Boaz Jones, it was decided also that the Sanitary Committee should meet in the meantime at Henllan, and submit their report to a committee of the whole Council. This was all the business.