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USK AND DISTRICT RIFLE CLUB.I

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TOWN COUNCIL MEETING.I

PRIMROSE LEAGUE MEETING.

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CAERLEON. Agent-Mist M. A. Evans, Newsagent, Cross-street. A FOOTPATH QUESTION.—Mr P. Laybourne presided at a meeting of the ratepayers of Llangattock, Caerleon, on Wednesday night, when an application from Mr D. W. Jenkins, Caerleon, for power to close a footpath was further con- sidered. The land was required to start brick- works, and Mr Jenkins had been afforded an opportunity of offering some compensation. His solicitors wrote stating that if the application was refused the ratepayers would be standing in their own light.—Mr E, Harris, Penybank, said the scheme would simply enhance the value of Mr Jenkins' property and that of the Great Western Railway, and the Chairman.—The Chairman: Nothing of the kind.—Mr W. Parry proposed that the suggestion to close the footpath be disapproved of, and this was carried.—The Chairman saidjhe objected most strongly to his name being drawn into this miserable business. He owned) no property near the place. He was simply a trustee, and he was old enough to do his dutv. He attended there simply as chairman of the meeting.

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