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THE SUVLA WITHDRAWAL

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I" RULED BY DOCKERS."

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I" RULED BY DOCKERS." ALLEGATION AT SWANSEA GUARDIANS' MEETING. RETURN OF OFFICIALS' FEES ASKED FOE. Swansea Guardians met on Thursday, Mr. G. S. Miclieil presiding. j Mr. W. Owen said he had been iu- i-tictex-i by people of the outside," wim were ratepayers, jo ask for a return of the income o] a)] the onicers of the Swansea Guardians who were in recoil of salary Jor fees for the last four years, and he lor fees for tlic- ia,sz faui- ard il (?, ;ii-,oved ;?at a. list bE) prepared lilt Mr. A be Freedman seconded. :\h. Owen wished to make it clear that thw request was not at his own instance, but the matter had been placed in his hands by a certain section of the rate- payers. Mr. J. H. Rosser sal(I he did not know what Mr. Owen was driving at. The offi- jcials were in receipt of fees that had i nothing to do with the Guardians, and lie i thought it would be Nothing but impudenos to ask for certain fees. j Mr. Owen aid he could quite see the logic of Mr. Rosser's argument, but all the work was done at the Guardians' offices, and they, therefore, had to pay the clerks. Although it was an un- common request, it was not, in his' opinion, an unreasonable one. The GJerk My salary and fees are always in the records. h. AN. Owen I have never seen them. The Clerk intimated that he was prepared to nialce out a report on the question for itlit- further consideration of the Guardians | at their next meeting. i Mr Rosser said there wene several officers under the Guardians, besides Mr. Jenkins (the clerk). Mr. Owen I am not singling out Mr. Jenkins. Only Mr. Rosser has mentioned 'Jen k,n, On'iv ?N t r. R,saer has nientione d Mr. A. R. Bail thought there was un- necessary personality being brought into the matter. He supported the resolution of Mr. j Owen. Ruled by Dockets": A Breeze. I -Mr..1. rj. Kosser It- seems that we are; hemg ruled by the dockers. j Mr. A. R. Bail I prcti st strongly, and must ask Mr. Rosier to withdraw. Tho Chairman Mr. Rcsser is on his feet, pl ease, Mr. Ball. Mr. Bail: I must ask that Mr. Rosser withdraw that sbtePlent. Mr. Rosser: I am going to say what I in- tended. We are not going to be supervised by the dockers or anyone else. Tne Guar- dians have their work to do. Mr. W. Owen pointed out that there had been !10 mention of dockers. The request i was from th3 ratepayers, no matter what they were. Rev. K 0. Evans thought it was a reason- able request. Eventually it was agreed to defer the martter for a fortnight in order that the report of the cicik be consi dered. Mr. Jenkins at the C0nc]m;c,n of the dis- cussion said he would have to make certain whether it permissible to give all the iii- formation, but what could be given he would put in his report. f ■ 1

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