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COMEDY AND OPERA ATI LLANDILO.

I MORE LIGHT.

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I MORE LIGHT. QUESTION DISCUSSED Al TYCROES. At the Council School last week, parish mooting was held of the doctor, of that part of the parish of Llanedyj lying to the north of and including Llwynrhos, Waeii-Gellybsraidd, Rhosy- foduen, Greynor-uchat, Greynor 1 sn f,, Lleltynewydd, Clawdd-du, and iron Cwm Geliy Silled along the brook to the River J^oughor. J iie business of tht meeting was to adopt the LigHting an Watching Act, 1833, or as much tliereo. as appertains to lighting for the sait* part 01 the said parish, the chair wa taken by Mr. Wm. Williams, oliairmib of the Parish Council. He referred 1 the last meeting, wherein it was decid' to define a boundary with a view of at opting the Act. Re had received ji* anonymous letter as a result ot th.. meeting, containing base and misioac in, allegations. After disposing ot ttiea in a caustic and effective manner, h called upon the Clerk (Mr. John Jones to read -tho minutes of the last r.-eetinj which were duly confirmed. The buss ness of tile meeting was then proceedo with Mr. Parry, Delfan, said he considered that before formally adopting the Act it would be advisablo to obtain all i.1-J.> proximate c.stimate of the espenfeo 11 euired in lighting up this area. Th lev. er end of the parish, viz, :-Hentl had already a light-ing oohem. and ",11 Clerk- being present, would render th meeting an account of the rate incuriif at Handy. Mr. David Francis, Teghvn, cbjecUJ to this as the meeting was called adopt the Act; and not to enter into dl tails of expense. The chairman: But we are not goin. to adopt the Act with our eyes closed By all means let us have ea-cry ijiforma tion belorc binding ourselves. The Clerk then stated that a.t Hoiki; one half-yearly lighting rato was «.bou in the C, and 'He1. for tho othei half-year. which meant a yearly aver- age of about old The Local District Councillor W. Llewelyn), being present, expiaitcf the action taken by the District Coiw cil on the question of lighting the pop. lous areas in the district, but althou-^ both he and his co-District (Jounoilloi Mr. Thomas, Beuallt, had opposed it that Council had by a majority ot sev-M to five cecided to adopt the Act. Th* District Council, however, had n-tf power to enforce the lighting of tÜ4. areajf the electors in that meeting to- cided to adopt the Act themselves. Mr. David Jones, Garreghoyd, thG proposed that this meeting resolves I adopt that part of the Act which appe tains to lighting. Mr. Rees, Penrhiw, seconded. Before putting the resolution to th raoeting, Messrs. D. Jones and Jona Thomas were appointed as tellers Twenty-seven voted for the motion, which was declared carried. Ten olec tors were neutral.

TALIARIS UNIONIST MEETING

EAST CARMARTHEN.

LLANDEBIE v. AMMANFORD.L