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LLANDRINDOD WELLS.

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LLANDRINDOD WELLS. CONCERT.—On Wednesday evening a well-attended concert was held in the Methodist Chapel, under the presidency of Mr E. Davies, Port Talbot. An excel- lent programme was performed by the following:— Mrs Simon, Miss May Johns, Miss David, Miss Amelia Thomas, Mr Charles, Mr Morris Jones, and Mr Joseph Ellis, assisted by Mr W. Thomas's Juvenile Glee Party. The proceeds were for the chapel funds. ENTERTAINMENT.—An entertainment, in aid of the Cottage Hospital was given at the Rock House Hotel on Friday evening. Mr Thomas's Juvenile Choir took a prominent part in the programme, being assisted by the following ladies and gentle- men :-Miage David, Miss A. Thomas, Mr Dan Price, Mr Morgan, and Master E. H. Evans. A collection was taken, and a substantial sum was realised for the Hospital. LOCAL BOARD, Friday.-Present :-Dr W. Bowen- Davies (chairman), Messrs J. Hurat, T. Edwards, H. Pritchard, and W. Gittoes, with the Clerk (Mr D. C. Davies). The special committee appointed to inspect and report upon suitable sites available for a ceme- tery submitted a report, but, aa it was incomplete, the matter was again deferred to obtain a fuller report. It appeared that few, if any, of the land- owners within the district would sell land unless under compulsory powers, and it was decided to authorise the committee to negotiate with owners in the adjoining parish of Llandrindod.—The Lighting Committee was requested to meet at an early date to fix upon the exact sites for the new public lamps. The Inspector of Nuisances reported upon various nuisances, and the offenders were ordered to be cautioned.—In the Surveyor's report it was stated that he had called the attention of Mr. E. Burton, of Leamington House, and Mr A. C. Blake, Waterloo. road, to the necessity of their submitting plans and specifications of their new buildings to the Board for approval.-The Surveyor also reported that Mr Evan Hamer, Middleton Arms, had opened a drain in front of his house, aud left it in a very unsatisfactory manner. The Board directed the Surveyor to see that Mr Burton's workshop was properly ventilated, and the Clerk was instructed to write to Mr Hamer respecting the drain complained of.—On the motion of the Chairman, seconded by Mr Gittoes, the Clerk was directed to request the Post Offioe authorities to have the official designation of the Post Office altered to Llandrindod Wells instead of Llandrindod." —The Chairman reported that he had an interview with the district manager of the railway regarding the complaint about the management of the refresh- ment. rooms, and the Clerk read a letter from Mr H. Vaughan-Vaughan, solicitor, Builth, on the same subject.—Amongst the correspondence read was a letter from the County Surveyor asking for particu. lars to be fnrnished him as to the expenditure upon the scheduled roads in the district. The Clerk read the cost of material and labour on the scheduled roads for the past year, which had been X 16 9t1 6d. +

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