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TOWYN.I

LLANIDLOES

NEWTOWN.

LLANGADFAN.

GARTHMYL.

MOCHDRE.

LLANDYSSIL.

PONTROBERT. -

!LLANERFYL.

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LLANERFYL. PARISH COUNI'H<.—^Present: Messrs Gardner. J E Jones, D Hmghos, Edw Evans, Edward Jones, Hugh Jones, and H. Howells.—A communication was read from the Llanfair Light Railway Committee, and it was decided to appoint a committee to be present at the Conference on the condition that no financial responsibility was incurred. Messrs H. Jones, D. Hughes, Edward Vaughan, Edward Evans, and H. Howells were appointed on the joint committee. A letter was read from the Postmaster General, intimating that the post ottice authorities are unable to alter, or extend, the present delivery at Dolanog.—It was decided to communicate with Mr Humphreys-Owen, M.P., and Major Pryce-Jones M.P., asking therf) to press on the postal authorities the consideration of their decision.—It was decided that the tenant should communicate with Sir Addie on the subject of Caerewydd-road.—The matter of providing fire, lighting, and cleaning the schoolroom was referred to a committee consisting of Messrs Gardner, D. Hughes, and H. Jones, Shop.—Anuisance to'whic-h attention was called,, was referred to the Llanfyllin Rural District Council The Village Light- ing Committee were requested to report to the next meeting.—It was decided to ask Mr. Kiffin, the landlord, to provide the necessary supply of water a Tynyrhos and Glantauat, and the attention of the Rural District Council was ordered to be drawn to the public well in the Corner Shop field.—A communication was read from the County Council saying the Parish Council had not exhausted all the means in their power to secure allotments.—It was decided to ask the County Council to reconsider their decision, and to hold a local inquiry. The following committees were appointed Footpaths, Parish Hearse, Parish Books and Documents, and Maps.—Mr. Hugh Jones, vice-chairman, was ap- pointed convener of all the committees.—The con- dition of the footpath between Penycryngoed and the Board School was referred to the Footpaths Committee.

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LLANYMYNECH.

MAESBURY.

OSWESTRY.

ELLESMERE.

LLANFYLLIN.

LLANFAIR.

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