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LLANELLY BOROUGH COUNCIL.

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LLANELLY PARISH COUNCIL ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the above council was held at the Felinfoel Board School on Thursday last at 6 p.m. for the purpose of electing a chairman and overseers for the coming year. The following members were present:—Messrs. David Hughes, J. Evans,W. Bowen, T. Jenkins, E. Roberts (Hengoed Hamlet), H. J. Hopkin, W. Thomas, W. Humphreys, J. Jenkins, W. H. Andrews (Berwick Hamlet), W. Y. Nevill, W. Eynon, W. Williams (Wesfa Hamlet), D. Davies and W. White (Glyn Hamlet), together with Mr. W. Howell, clerk, Mr. Frank Davies, deputy-clerk, Mr. J. Jenkins, (Surveyor), and the Sanitary Inspectors, Messrs. D. P. Thomas and D. Rees. The first business was the election of a chairman pro tern. Mr. E. Roberts, the retiring chairman, was appointed. Mr. D. Davies was elected chairman for the ensuing year, and Mr. J. H. Hopkins vice- chairman. Messrs. Mr. J Thomas (Berwick), W. Thomas (Mydelfvw), D, Davies (Felinfoel), and J. Jones (Foy), were elected overseers. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Bills amounting to 914 18s. 6d. for repairing and placing gates on the footpath from Llwynhendy to Morfa were presented and passed. The surveyor reported that he had not been able to complete the work owing to the recent wet weather but that he would do so as soon as possible. The next question was concerning an alleged encroachmeut on a piece of parish land at Llwyn. hendy.—Mr. H. J. Hopkin stated that the Surveyor had informed him that it was parish property.—The Surveyor, on coming into the room, was asked by the Clerk what proof he bad that the land in dispute was the property of the parish. The Sur- veyor said that he had seen the tithe map with Mr. Wm. Griffiths, and formed his opinion from that.—The Clerk said he did not place much value on the evidence of a tithe map.—Mr. W. H. Andrews said if it was parish property it should be shown on the parish map.—It was decided, on the motion of Mr. Dd. Hughes, seconded by Mr. T. Jenkins, that the matter be deferred, to enable the Clerk and Surveyor to look into the matter and to bring up a report to the next meeting.—It was decided that 8s. each be paid to the cleaners of the different schools where the parish meetings were held.—Mr. Wm. Eynon gave a notice of motion to consider the making of a footpath from Halfway to the Docks.—The next meeting will be held on May 25th at Felinfool Board School at 6 p.m.

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