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THE BELFAST SETTLEMENT.

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WOOLWICH DISCHARGES. I

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PROPOSED DENBIGHSHIRE SANATORIUM.

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SMALL HOLDINGS IN SUFFOLK.…

MALPAS DISTRICT COUNCIL.

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MALPAS DISTRICT COUNCIL. ? The ordinary monthly meeting was held on Wednesday, Mr. Evan Langlcy presiding.—Mr. Morgan gave notice that at the next meeting of the Council he would move the re-appointment of Dr. Kfnyon as medical officer of health.— The sanitary inspector reported that the district was free from infectious disease. He had had the pump at Noman's Heath repaired, and it was now in working order again. At Larkton there was an undue amount of sewage deposit from a farm there, and he had written the tenant on I the matter. On July 1st he inspected Mr. McCaffrey's knacker's yard and warned him as I the result of his inspection. Nuifcinoce at 11am pi on exited at two cottages there. A letter from the clerk to the Marbury Parish Counc.l, rc'a?ng to the bad state of the sign- posL& in that district, was read. The arms were g( ) tn some CB, and in others the posts were rotted off at the ground line. The Surveyor I slated that the posts were in a bad state, and lie thought in the case of the rotted ones they I might be spliced at the bottom The surveyor wl-ui instructed to get the work done.—The Chairman thought it would be a good tiling for t tho surveyor in the course of his rounds to examine all existing s:gn-post« and see if any- thing was necessary to be done to them.—Mr. Morgan suggested that before the painting of t.h3 finger-porits at Marbury was put in hand a report, on the others as suggested by the chair- man should be handed in. The painting of the whole series would be comparatively cheaper. I Th:s wa., agreed to and the surveyor was in- structed accordingly. Mr. Roberts asked if it was the duty of the Council to set up finger- posts, as if ,,10 there was one badly wanted near to his house at Cuddington. The Chairman re- [ihed that it was a matter for the Council to decide, but they had to maintain, as the high- way authority, those which were in existence. The Surveyor reported that the heavy thunder- storm of a few weeks ago had done considerable damage to the roads, and at Larkton he had had to put on two truck load-; of cinders to repair the waste. The Norbury carters were getting gravel on the roads to enable it to be broken between the two harvest periods. Mr. Done, Wychough, wished the pit opposite his farm filled up. He would assist- with team and manual labour in the filling up on the road side of the fence, and afterwards he would fill in the re- mainder at his convenience. His landlord would provide the fence free of cost. —Several members of the Council agreed that it would be a desir- able improvement, and, as it was stated that the pit was not lIf.cd for a public watering p!aoe, the suggestions were approved. A similar decision was arrived at in respect of a roadside pit at Norbury. near to Mr. Hopley's farm. The Chairman aaid they had before them at the Last meeting a resolution from the Settle Rural District Council, urging that the time had arrived when the main roarfe sltould be a national cliarge. The discussion waft left over owing to the smallnees of the attondanoe.—The Rev. L. Armitstead said they had the best of roads in Cheshire, and it would probably mean that. other roads would be brought up to their standard at their expense. Mr. Morgan thought it would lead to extravagance. The letter was allowed to lie on the table.

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