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I I FELINFOEL. I To the Editor of the "Llanelly Mercury- 'I' .I 'I I nel}' Sir,—The Urban Council workmen are ?P?' !??ri?ro;.d'h?..ughL<mgRpwfortheP? pose of laying their water pipes. In doinS^ the\ have thrown the soil against the bo?'? and have prnHi<-al>y closed them, so  the inhabitants can scarcely obtain eg?'?? ??! ijig?.?t.'th?! The earth hi s°l|lf plaees has been piled up to the very top* "f ?'i i (" i?, I sliall g.ici (, know if they have any Tight to do "0, and ?ki)o\v]t'i'i)(.yh.r),e.ariyrighttodo6o,?  damage our property in the way they 'have | rt:ad do];.o.l  ready done.—I am, etc. THOMAS LEWls' j! [They have no right to throw any of the ejv cavated earth even upon the pavement ,.(1' fnmt of the houses, as it is private P?" perty. without first of all obtaining the '? sent of the owners, much less to pile l against the houses, and if the owners d'?l they can hue the Council for damages.

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