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FESTINIOG. DIS TRICT COUNCIL.—Present Mr Wm. Owen, (chairman), Messrs Francis Evans, Howell Jones, Evan R. Jones, Rd. Griffiths, Edmund H. Powell, Evan Jones, Owen J. Owens, E. M. Owens, Cadwaladr Roberts, John H. Jones, Owen Jones, Wm. J. Williams, John. T. Jones, Dr R. D. Evans, Lewis Richards, E. H. Jonathan, David Williams (inspector of nuisances), W. E. Alltwen (clerk and surveyor), and Owen Evans (assistant clerk). Report of lioads Committee.—The report of the Committee which had been appointed to meet Mr Hughes, chief manager of the Festiniog rail way, with regard to the alleged dangerous condition of the railway crossing at Tangrisiau, he stated that the matter was progressing, but no final agreement had been come to.—It was decided that a pro- visional order should be obtained from the Local Government Board to provide electricity for the district and that a special meeting should be held with that object in view, and that the Surveyor should prepare a report showing the amount of costs and the amount of energy to provide elec tricity for the district. Recreation Ground.—It was decided that special gates should be provided for the recreation ground at the New Market-square so as to 'admit persons to the grounds and at the same time prevent animals from entering. Report oj the Library Committee.—This report and that for the branch libraries were considered favourable. It showed that the number of books issued during the month were 1,035, a decrease of 138 as compared with the number in the previous month.—A vote of thanks was accorded several donors of books.—It was decided that Mrs Davies, Tyddyngwn-roaa, should take care of the branch library at Conglwal, in place of Mrs Jones who had resigned. Report oj the Health Committee.— This report showed that the number of infectious diseases notified during the month .were ten, as compared with fifteen for the preceding month and ten for the corresponding month of last year. Number of births, forty-one deaths, infant, mor- tality, ten.—It was decided to take proceedings against Mrs Joues.. Gwyndy, owner of Barracks, for not complying with the requests of the Council to put a stop to overcfowding and also to put it in proper sanitary condition. Notice had been given to the proprietress two years ago by Mr Price, the former sanitary inspector, but had not been complied with. It was also decided to take legal proceedings against Mrs Jones, Glan pwll Cottage, for not complying with the byelaws of the Council when making alterations to the house. It was decided to provide water from the Morwynion Lake for the inhabitants of Talwenydd and Pantllwyd. The bill of the solicitors of Lord Newborough for making lease of the urinal at Dyphwys was considered rather high and it was decided to make an effort to get it reduced.