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LLANSANTFFRAID DEYTHEUR.

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LLANSANTFFRAID DEYTHEUR. PARISH COUNCIL. -A meeting was held in the Village Hall on Wednesday, when there were present Messrs. Evan Evans (vice-chairman) pre- siding, G. Kempster, J. Hughes, T. Jones, J. Watkins, with Mr. J. Hughes (junior clerk). -The minutc-s of the last meeting were read and confirm- ed. The Clerk read a letter from Messrs. Longwell and Co., Oswestry, concerning the right of way to a well on the Deytheur School land, and it was decided that the letter be referred to the Sanitary Committee to report at the next meeting.—The Clerk read the list of recipients of Kempster's charity.—The Council's accounts were ordered to be paid and cheques were signed.—A letter was read from Llanfair Parish Council concerning the different routes proposed for a light railway, and it was decided to further discuss the question at the next meeting.—Mr Kempster proposed that the party who had damaged the notice board should apologise in writing to the Chairman, and that the Chairman report at the next meeting; also that the clerk inform the party of this resolution.—Mr. Watkin seconded, and it was carried.—Mr. Kempster pro- posed to ask Air. E. H. Evans (churchwarden) for the names of the recipients of the Trinity Monday charity.—Mr. J. Watkins seconded, and it was carried. It was decided, on the proposition of Mr. G. Kempster, seconded by Mr. T. Jones, That the Clerk of Llansantffraid Deythyr Parish Council write to Dr. Lewis, chairman of Llansantffraid (Pool) Parish Council, suggesting that a joint com- mittee be appointed to further consider the chari- ties question."—This was all the business.

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