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I Llandilo Urban Council.

I- RAILWAY BETWEEN LLANDILO…

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I RAILWAY BETWEEN LLANDILO AND LAMPETER. Mr. John Stephens moved that renewed efforts be made to obtain a railway between Llandilo and Lampeter. He said that when the matter was opened before, the prospect was good. They wanted to open up the country between the two places. It was pos- sible that new industries might be opened up, and then the advantage of it for pleasure was not to be overlooked. He pointed out that Lampeter was moving in the matter, and the Council of the town should be informed that the Llandilo Council would work harmoniously with them. The Chairman had a motion about running motors between the places. There was n6 reason why that also should not be done. A deputation from this Council would be quite prepared to meet members of the Lampeter Council. Mr. J. R. Evans believed the Lampeter Council were prepared to join with them. Capt. W. L. Roberts said it was the agri- cultural people who should move. Mr. J. H. Rees said that the town had committed itself to £ 3,000, and the question now was, were they justified in going to expense ? Mr. D. Morgan thought Mr. Rees was out of order. Mr. Rees said he only wanted to know where they were. The Chairman did "not think they need spend any money. Railways would be nationalised. Mr. H. W. Jones would like to know if they as a Council were prepared to support a private enterprise. It was no good talking of the Great Western Railway, as they did not know what they would do. The Chairman said he agreed the depu- tation should not commit itself. Mr. Hopkins said that when the deputations met, they would have the scheme explained. From what Mr. Lloyd George had said, he believed the Government would construct the railway. The motion was agreed to. VARIA. It was mentioned that income tax of f- 151 8s. Id. had been paid. The Surveyor stated that the Caretaker of the Reservoir was quite prepared to do all that was necessary. In dealing with the damage and theft of an expensive lock for the Park, last November Fair, Mr. D. Morgan said they ought to try to see if the culprits could not be brought to justice. The Chairman said the lock had cost £ 3 I Os., and Mr. Morgan moved that the Clerk be given plenary power to replace it. In reply to a letter from Mr. J. W. Nicholas, it was resolved that preference in making appointments should be given to dis- charged soldiers.

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