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CAERSWS RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. The ordinary meeting of this authority was held subsequently, Mr John Lewis presiding.—The Sur- veyor reported that he had inspected Troedyrhiw road in the parish ofTrefeglwysand also the parish award respecting the same. According to the township award it was a public bridle way and private carriage road repairable by the township. It was almost impassible, and had been very much encroached upon. A new fence to protect the Frankwell road at Carno had been erected. The fence on the Tynyrwtra road, Trefegl wys, would be put up during the week.—The Finance Committee reported the following expenditure Manual labour, X109 6s 4d team labour and materials. zC84 7s 6d. The following amounts had been paid to the treasurer: From Llanwyddelan X27, Mochdre 233, Llanidloes Without £82, Waenbant P,5, and Kerry £ 118. There was a balance of X621 15s 3d in the hands of the treasurer. The following contributions were in arrears and due on May 15th last Carno £52, Kerry z684, Llangurig £90, Llan- wnog £102, and Llanllugan £ 27 total, £ 355.—A communication was read from Mr A. Graham stat- ing that Mrs Graham and Miss Bryan, owners of Pant y Folog, were willing to contribute the amount required for the making of the proposed road, viz., zEl 10s each.The Llandinam Parish Council in a letter, called atten- tion to the state of footpath leading from the front of the Board School towards the site of the old Wesleyan Chapel, and the Surveyor was ordered to see to the same.—A letter was read from the Llangurig Parish Council, respecting the danger- ous state of the lower part of the brook, situate at the upper end of the village and leading under the railway bridge to the culvert of the main road.- Rev. T. H. Hughes promised to see to the matter, and report at the next meeting. A memorial z, signed by several farmers and ratepayers in the parish of Llandinam was read, in which they called attention to the piece of road leading from Rhydydefiad to a number of farms, which had of late years been totally neglected by the Council.— A special committee was appointed to attend to the matter.—The Clerk next read a letter from Mr. Andrew, Manafon, directing the Council's atten- tion to the very dangerous state of Lower Mills Bridge, and suggested that a committee be appoin- ted to see Mr. illiams, the agent, respecting the matter.-This was agreed to.—This was all the business of public interest.



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