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DISTRICT COUNCILS. I TARVIN RURAL. Mr R. 0. Crtcn presided, ever a meeting of this Council held ouli Sa.turc.ay at Crypt Cliajn- ¡ bers, Chester. IMPROVEMENT AT HUXLEY. I The committee, appointed at the last meeting [ to ?nsp<??t. an aJJe?<? daig-erous omuer at, Huxley it ported, that they did consider the spot, daj?er- ous. but thcugHt an improvement could be effected at small cost by piping the ditch and taking ten 1 feet off adjoaling iiedd, the property of Lord Haddington, f-or a ?distan of 35 yards.—A better was received from his lordship's agent agreeing to gave the land—Mr. Piggott (surveyor) esti- mated the cost at L16. 12s.— The committee's re- commendation was adopted. BARTON SEWERAGE. I The Clerk (Mr. H. Grant Baileyi reported that I the balance of the cost of the Barton sewerage scheme to be borne by the D'sti et Co-unc l wae 1;30, the trustees of the Carde«u estate having agreed to pay £05 toward s the estimated cost. It was for the Council to decide if any por- tiOfi of the- balance was to be made. a. ciiarge on the district as a highway improvement, and whether the work was to be done b-N- tenclei- or not-—On the motion of iali. Mullock, seconde d by Mr. Rowlands, it was resolved that the surplus of the cost after the L65 had been expended should be- divided between Barton and the general district, and that tenders be invited forth- with. I MALPAS. I A meeting of the Malpa.s Rural District Council was held on Wednesday under the presidency of I Evan Langley. TRIBUTE TO THE CHAIRMAN. I Mr. Evan Langley. who had been unable to attend the ia-st meeting of trie Council through iilncoe., received a warm welcome from the mem- bers. Mr. John Done rose prior to the com- meilec-ment of and said ne was express- ing the feelings of everyone present when he said they were pleaded to see their chairman able again to discharge his duties. As they all knew, Sir. Langley had been very ill, and they desired to congratulate him upon hie recovery, and they trusted that he would be spared to occupy that chai r for a very long time to come and that he would be thoroughly restored to his former good health.—Mr. Langley expres&ed hie warmest thanks for the kujc»cxpregion s which had fallen from the lipb of Mr. Done. I HOUSING PROBLEM. I The Clerk stated that he had been in com- munication with several persons with reference to the loan for the proposed workmen's dwellings, but he did not- find -he could get better term*- than those offered and read at the previous meet' ing.-Mr. Morgan said he had made very diligent enquiries, and he did not see any prospect of getting better terms, having regard to the present state of the money market and the long period for which the loan was required. He had been a&ked several times how long they would be before they could get the houses ooady for habitation, and the ratepayers were anxious for the scheme to be proceeded with. He moved that the clerk con- clude the loan at £ 3. 17s. 6d. per cent, with the additional inclusive charge of £ 21 for law cor-s. etc.—Mr. W. Penk seconded, and the motion was carric-(I.-M-r. Morgan moved that the Building Committee be called together and that the archi- tects should be instructed to invite tenders for the work ready for the next meeting of the Council.—Mr. Jones seconded, and the motion was carried. I DR. KENYON S APPOINTMENT. I The Local Government Board approved the joint appointment of Dr. Kenyon as medical officer of health. I UNEMPLOYED RETURNS. A circular letter from the County Council's Clerk with reference to the unemployed in the j district, and enquiring the number of unemployed and what was being done in respect of them, wan read, and the ckrk was instructed to say that there was no such lack of employment in the district as to call for the Council' s intervention. I SANITARY MATTERS I The inspector reported that, the district was I free from infectious dteeaee.

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