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LLANELLY INTERMEDIATEI AND…

OFF TO THE UNITED STATES.

THE TOWN IMPROVEMENT. I

AN ACCIDENT AT PENCOED COLLIERY.

. TINPLATERS IN GLASGOW. I

THE JENNINGS' MEMORIALI .FUND.

A FOOTBALL CHALLENGE.I

EMMANUEL CHURCH, NEWI DOCK…

DISGRACEFUL SCENES Arr THE…

MAGISTRATES' COURT. + ——

LLANELLY HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS.

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LLANELLY HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS. I THE ANNUAL MEETING OF MEM- BERS. I The annual meeting of the Llanelly Harbour Com- missioners was held on Monday last, at the Town Hall. The clerk (Mr. Spowart) announced that Mr. Ernest Trubshaw, as chairman of the Borough Council, would be also chairman of the Commissioners. I THE SUUVEY OF THE ESTUARY. The Clerk read a communication from the Board of Trade to the effect that the charges of Commander Gerard for taking a survey of the estuary would be as follows:— £ 3 a day for himself, and an assistant £5 per week a sounder X2 2s. per week. This would in- clude expenses for lodgings and subsistence, but not travelling and other expenses. I Mr. Joseph Williams asked how long it would take ¡ to complete the survey ? Mr. Fowler About two and a half months. Mr. Thompson Will it be an indefinite period ? Mr. Fowler It will depend on the state of the weather to a very great extent. Mr. J. Thomas How does the figure compare with that for the previous survey. The Chairman They are very much the same. Mr. Fowler The former one cost about C300. The Chairman pointed out that the survey was re- quired under their own Act of Parliament, and they had asked the Board of Trade to nominate a surveyor. The former survey was started in October, but as this one would be begun in June, the weather would no doubt be more favourable, and the work consequently would be facilitated. It was to be understood that un- less this official survey was made they couldn't proceed with the extension of the training walls. Mr. Fowler"said that was so. Mr. Maybery moved that the survey be taken. I' Mr. D. W. Rees seconded, and it was unanimously carried. I THE AUDIT. The Chairman observed that not much had been done with the books during the year, and he recom- mended that Mr. Cawker be instructed to audit the books up to March, 1897, making provision for a sink- ing fund, and ameuding the former balance sheet in that particular. Mr. Maybery moved that this be done. Mr. D. W. Rees seconded, and it was carried. 6 On the recommendation of the chairman, is was decided that Mr. John, the new collector, be instructed as to the books he was to keep. I TENDERS. I Tenders for timber, received from Messrs. B. Howell & Son, and Messrs. Brown, Thomas, and Job?l, ? and for stores from Messrs. J. S. Griffiths, J. R. Ball, Henry Wilkins, and E. Morgan were referred to Mr. Fowler to be reported upon. It was resolved to aelver- I tise for tenders for printing. I COMMITTEES. It was resolved that that the following committees consist of all the commissioners residing within 12 miles of Llanelly :—Docks, Pilotage,Finance, Channels improvement, General purposes. It was decided that the Dock Improvement Com- mittee consist of Messrs. E. Trubshaw. D. W. Rees, T. Hughes, J. Maybery, J. Griffiths, W. J. Wilson, and J. Williams, The Special Finance Committee will consist of the members of the Dock Improvement Committee.

A SAD DROWNING CASE.

LECTURE AT HALL STREET CHAPEL.

I ASHBURNHAM GOLF CLUB. I

I THE _FOOTBALL CLUB.

GRAND ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY…

POST-MORTEM EXAMINATION OF…

LOCAL CRICKET NOTES.

! TINPLATERS IN DISTRESS.…

A FIRE IN ANDREW STREET. I

IMPORTANT SALE OF WORK AT…

NEW MAIN LINE FACILITIES.

LLANELLY TEMPERANCEI .CHOIR.

MR. TENNYSON SMITH 1AND HIS…

A PRESENTATION TO P.C. MORGAN,LLANGENNECH.

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