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The Chairman pointed out that there was a resolution on the Council's books with reference to fix stands at various parts of the town, but those stands were not in existence at present. There were also complaints about the stand in front of St. David's Church. The Council had this letter before them and they must consider it. There were stands on both sides of the rond near Glanywerydd, and sometimes people could not get up Water Street because of obstruction. Mr D. E. Davies said he bad thought once not to say a word on the matter, but he should like to correct one or two j statements made. It had been stated that the passage to Water Street had been obstructed, but this had been done at times by Davies' Bros. themselves. He had not heard of any complaints as j i-egni-cis the obstructions. He had on Iy one charabanc in front of Glanywerydd and that was stationed in front of hl1 own property, vwhich every ratepayer had a petfect fright to do if in front of his own property. He believed that this matter was pure and simple a question of jealousy of trade, and nothing else, and the Council should hold its dignity and not listen to every dilly tale. Further he had seen motors coming in front of his own place at Glanywerydd, and had he said anything about that to anybody. The Council bad passed that one coach should be there, and there would be one there too. The Council bad not asked Davies' Bros. to clear the pathway which was being obstructed daily. He should like to know why one person was being singled out con- tinually He thought that the only fair way of dealing with all obstructions was to band the whole matter to the police. He bad not beard Mr J. Pryce Jones, who livpd closed by, complaining at all. He believed that all of them should have justice and fair play. There were only one charabanc at the time by Glanywer- ydd, and as soon as that one was filled it went away immediately. Why should he remove his charabanc which was stationed in, front of his own property. There was no need of any discussion on this question as it was simply a matter of jealousy of trade. Mr Henry Freeman asked had the Hackney Inspector any report to make. The Inspector said he bad never seen a charabanc obstructing only in front of Mr Davies' own property. He had seen motor cars out for hire close by the entrance to Water Street which were partly obstructing the road. Dr. Pugh Jones asked the Inspector had be seen any obstructions on the Marine Parade ? The Inspector said he had not. Dr. Pugb Jones said be had seen ob- struction by Glanywerydd, and it was important that the streets should be free from obstructions. Mr Henry Freeman proposed that the matter should be left to the Chair- man, Vice Chairman and the Inspector. Mr J. Pryce Jon 2s said he would not act as he knew perfectly well that the mat ter would not be settled. He bad every sympathy with all who endeav- oured to get a living. Mr D. E. Davies said Mr Jones was on the spot and knew all the circum- stances. Mr J. Pryce Jones said' he would not act as he was not going to do any man any barm in getting a living if be could help it. The Chairman said the Council should do something in the matter. There were other complaints as regards obstructions at other parts of the town and something must be done. After some further discussion, the proposition to leave the matter as mentioned above, was carried by 5 votes against two votes for suspending the standing order. On the proposition of Mr William Owen, Mr Henry Freeman was added to the names already given. OBSTRUCTIONS. The Chairman drew the attention of the Inspector (Mr Watkin Owen) to the obstructions which were to be seen all over the town, and hoped that the Inspector would see into the matter as complaints were repeatedly made. CLEANLINESS. < Mr William Owen hoped that every effort would be made during the next two months to have the town kepis clean and tidy. I OVERCROWDING OF BOATS. The Inspector (Mr Watkin Owen) re- ported that he had occasion to warn three boatmen for overcrowding of boats during the last few days. THE TOLL BARS. On the proposition of Dr. J. Pugh Jones, seconded by Mr D. E. Davies, it ) was decided to support an appeal which was now being made to secure the abolition of the toll bars pow in vogue j at the Portmadoc embankment and I Brewet Bridge Tollgates. An amendment proposed by Mr Robert Ll. Williams, and seconded by Mr J. Pryce Jones, to referr the matter for further information was lost. FLOODING. The question of flooding which had lately occurred at different parts of the town was referred to the Surveyor for a report. I NO WORKMEN AVAILABLE. In reply to Mr Henry Freeman, the Surveyor said he could not get any workmen just at present. Mr D. E. Davies said workmen were very scarce. I DONKEYS ON THE MARINE PARADE. It was reported that complaints were being made that the donkeys were continually running up and down the Parade. Mr D. E. Davies-Can the Council stop them ? SCAVENGING. Only one youth bad applied for the job of sweeping the streets for the next two months, viz., E-. L. Richards, Bont- ddu, 15 years of age, and applying for 15s. wages. 10 reply to a question, the Surveyor said the boy bad been working at Liver- pool and his wages their was 15s. On the proposition of Mr Robert LI. Williams, seconded by Mr D. E. Davies, it was decided to engage the youth on trial. I A COMPLAINT. A letter was read from Mr William E. Jones, 1, Glyndwr, complaining that six cases of minerals were obstructing the parapet close to his house, and the matter was referred to the Surveyor, I PLANS. Plans of proposed additions to the Lion Garage and of a house at Aber- amffra were referred to the Works Committee with power to act. I NEW COUNCIL BUILDINGS. A letter was read from the Secretary of the Corsygedol Company stating that the Council could not leave the present Council Offices until June 1915. In reply to a question, the Deputy Clerk reported that the Solicitors who were acting on behalf of the owners of Bank Buildings were awaiting the Council's decif-ion as to taking those premises. A log and heated discussion then followed on the question of whether to defer the matter for some time or deal with it that day. Mr D. E. Davies suggested that the Council should also take into consider- ation the advisability of having a Market Hall for the town. Ultimately it was decided, on the proposition of Dr. J. Pugh Jones, seconded by Mr Henry Freeman, that the Council's position should be ex- plained to the Solicitor's acting on be- half of the owners of Bank Buildings, and to inform them that the Council could not leave the present premises until June 1915, and to ask them in whafc way they could assist the Council. I ABOUT A WORKMAN. I It was reported that one of the Coun- I oil's workmen bad left his work witbout I giving any notice, and after a good deal of discussion the matter was left to the I Surveyor. IN COMMITTEE. I At half-past five the Council resolved into committee, and sat until 6 30.