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f Hay Rural Affairs. TREFECCA VILLAGE WATER SUPPLY. I Present at Hay Rural Council's meeting, on Thursday, were Mr E. D. Weaver (chairman), Revs. W. E T. Morgan and \Y. L. Crichton, and Messrs. Wm. Jones. J. R. Griffiths. Wm. Jones, W. V. Pugh, W. Price, and Jas. Gunter (clerk), W. L. Ricketts (surveyor) and W. Gunter (sani- tary inspectr).. The surveyor reported with respect to carrying -away surface water at Llanigon, and the meeting resolved to enter into an agreement with Misses Thomas and Col. Greenley on the matter. The medical officer reported on the condition of the schools in the district which, with the excep- tion of a few minor defects, was satisfactory. The inspector, speaking on the sanitary state of Trefecca village, said there were four possible purees of water supply, one which might be avail- able for the village. A committee also reported on the drainage and water supply, which they considered most un- satisfactory. The councillors, whilst condemning the sanitary condition of Trefecca. agreed that the nuisance .could not be remedied until after the war. Mr P. C. Lloyd wrote stating that he was ob- taining estimates for the repairs to Blaenau Bach Cottage. The clerk informed the members that that coun- cil might. probably, be the registration authority for the district. •He (the clerk) was empowered to call a special meeting of the council, on receipt of instructions from the Local Government Board or any other authority, at Glasbury to further consider the -question.

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