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I SWANSEA SCHEMES. EMINENT COUNSEL TO BE CONSULTED. The Swan.^ea Parliamentary and General Purposes Committee have considered t,he questions of a comprehensive sewerage scheme and the suggested extension of the borough boundaries, and have reeolved that a ooasultation be held with Mr. E. Honcr- at,v.9 Lloyd, K.C., Mr. C. C. Hwtrihinson, K.C., and Mr. Midgley Taylor in regard to the matters, and that order that such con- ference may be ;<s valuable as possible a sub- committee, consisting of the chairman, VICrJ- chairman, Aldermen David Da vies and W. H. Miles, be appointed to draw up with the Town Clerk a stateroeut. setting nut the difh culties with which tile Corporation are be- set and the various alternative methods of procedure available with a view cf taking counsel' s opinion as to the best scheme or schemes to meet the circumstance.?. It will be recalled that both Mr. Honora- tus LJovd and Mr. Hutchinson were briefed when Swansea promoted its big drainage pn joct in Parliament. Mr. Honoratus fAloyd wm unable to appear at the last moment and Mr. Huthill",on led for the promoters. JB235,000 OUTLAY. I The OMt of tbp "chpme now recommended by Mr. Midgeley T?yl?r is about £ 236,030 I and he stiH lecommends the outlet to be constructed off the Mumbles Head. I EXTENSION CF THE BOROUGH. Regarding tn" xtemolou of the borough, I now that t?a rates of many of the Juth authorities R? ?q?a.1 to P?d in some cases I ?,:mr(, than the borough rateg the oppo?tion to the scheme is not likely to li- so great I ap)a anticipated in some quarters, i

"SWANSEA MENP" I.,

I" WHIJE ELEPHANT." I ,I

PLOUGHMAN'S 'DERBY.'

" LAND OF MY FATHERS.

.--i CENTURY AND A HALF OLD…

SENCHENYOD COLLIERY DISASTER

I SWANSEA MERCHANTS. ? CHANTS.I

—— 1. BLOW TO THE BILLj !

LLANELLY LAND DEAL

I" COMPELLEID TO SELL."

MR. JOHNNY JAMES.