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T 0 \V N COUNCIL. The monthly meeting was held at the Town Hall on Thursday, when the Mayor. Conncillor E. It. James, presided, and there were also present Coun- cillors W Jones, R Evans and E Williams, with Messrs C. S. Pryce, Town Clerk, R Tomley, In- spector, and W P Hole, surveyor. ST REET PA YEMEN IS. The Mayor said that he had met Mr Addie, Lord Powis's Agent, and discussed with him the question of the repairs of the damaged paving in Arthur Street. This Mr Addie had agreed to do, and had promised to submit plans. The question of paving with flags instead of the present stones had arisen, and they knew that the rule was for the Corpora- tion to defray one half of the expease, and the owner the other half.—The Surveyor said that the cost, to the town, of re-paving, with Hags, Broad Street and Arthui; Street would be rather less than £ 100.—The matter was adjourned to the next meeting for further particulars as to expense, &c. TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION. A circular from the County Council stating that £ 80 had been allocated for the above purpose, and that applications should be sent in by June.—The Mayor said that Montgomery had already had three courses, i.e., beekeeping, dairying, and cookery, and lie thought they should let some of the other places have a turn now.It was decided to make no application at present. FLOS LANDS. The Town Clerk reported that the tenant of these lands, Mr. W. Yaughan, declined to sign the agreement on account of the clause respectirg the removal of fodder. This was a usual clause in such agreements, and was contained in the last agreement Mr. Yaughan signed.—Resolved that the tenant be called upon to sign. A NEW LADDER WANTED. The following letter was read —" Arthur street, Montgomery, July 28th, 1896. To the Right Wor- shipful the Mayor and Corporation. Gentlemen,— I beg to make application to you fcr a new ladder for the Town Hall to get to the clock, as the old one is worm eaten, and I am afraid to trust myself upon H. Last week when I was near the top one of the rung" broke. Trusting you will accede to my appli- cation, I am, gentlemen, your obedient servant, J. UKUOUGHS.IQ was decided to obtain the new- ladder asked for. T, WATER SUPPLY. Ple.rk was instructed to obtain notices f f, 1:1 c wring the summer months the water domestic *"Pes *s to be used for ordinary domestic purposes only.

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