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LLANIDLOES FiOEAL FETE.

THE ABDLAMONT MYSTERY.

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LLANFYLLIN TaWN COUNCIL, TUESDAY.

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LLANFYLLIN TaWN COUNCIL, TUESDAY. Present—Mr T. Jonas (mayor), Aldermen J. Jones and C. R. Jones, Councillors R. H. Jones, W. Jones', J, Ellis, W. Ellis, R. Jones, J. Ryle, and E. Wat. kins, with Mr W. A. Pughe, town clerk. Mr Wiliiam Jones moved that the Council should reserve to itself the right of letting the Town Hall for holding balls.—Mr John Jones seconded the mo- tion, which was carried. The Medical Officer of Health (Dr F. Felix Jones, D.P.H.) reported that a case of scarlet fever had occurred at G&rthgell cettages, but the fever had not spread. The cause of the outbreak was doubtful. The Finance Committee reported that the expendi- ture on the borough roads during the past month was .£22 33 8d, being X12 4i less than in the correspond- ing month of last year. The Committee recomwende I that a 6-inch ordnance survey map of the parish be procured that the Tanymynydd-road be repaired at the surveyor s discretion that the procuring of a water-cart be abandoned till next year; and that the price of 3s a tou offered by the Board of Guardians for broken stone be accepted. — The report was adopted. The Lighting Committee recommended that the Gas Company be asked to get the street lamps ready for use, and lit on August 24th; that Messrs Robert Jones and William Ellis be appointed superintendents for the ensuing year; that Mary Lloyd be re-appoin- ted lamplight-r; and that no street lamp be made use of on special occasion without the express per' mission of the superintendents. The report was adopted. The Surveyor called attention to the fact that the drains near Dr E iwards's house became flooded when there was heavy rain.—A committee oousisting of Messrs William Jones, J. Jones, and J. Byle was ap- pointed to report on this matter. The report of the Inspector of Nuisances was read, and notices to defaulters were ordered to be issued in several cases. Mr E. Watkins proposed that a railing be erected along the Penybryu regaining wall, but there being no seconder the motion fell through.—A motion by Mr Ryle, in favour of repairing the Penybryn road- way, met with a similar fate. It was resolved that the Cambrian Railways Com- pany be asked their terms for the use of their weigh- ing machine in order to comply with the requirements of the Board of Agriculture with reference to the weierbing of stock. With regard to the paving of the sheep market, it was resoived to defer action until the pens had been permanemtly arranged. With reference to the report made at the last meet- ing that the stones carted from Tyntwll Quarry were not fit for use, the Committee appointed to inquire into the matter recommended that the contractor be requested to cart three additional tons of good stone, to break the large stones, and to remove the loads wrongly deposited as directed by the Surveyor.—The recommendation was adopted. A complaint made by Mr W. Ellis respecting the weighing machine was referred to the Markets Com- mittee.

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LLANDRINDOD WELLS.

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