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.NOTES AND COMMENTS.

PEMRROKE BOROUGH SESSIONS.

PEMBROKE TOWN i COUNCIL. e

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PEMBROKE TOWN i COUNCIL. e A meeting of the Pembroke lown Council was held on Tuesday afternoon. at the Corona tion School, Penibroke Dock, when there were present the Mayor (Councillor J. Lawrence), Aldermen A. McColl, S. J. Allen, and W. Jones, and Councillors T. Davies, C. Young, W. Smith, F. P. Tombs, J. Lewis, W. M. Griffiths, W. Phillips, B. Hancock, and J. Morgan. CONDOLENCE. The Mayor proposed that a letter of C(,1). dolence be sent to Mr. Benjamin Hanoock on his bereavement. Mr. F. Griffiths heconded, and the resolution was carried in silence. THE DOCKYARD DIS^HAR^ES COMMITTEE This Committee reported that they had held two meetings. At the first Mr. Owen Philipps, M.P., was present, and he advised ihim to tike no further steps at present. At the second meeting the question of the altBntion of the hour of pay in Pembroke Dockyard from even- ing to noon wa3 discussed, and it was decided that the clerk should be instructed to draw up a statement. This hid been since forwarded to the borough member. HR THOMAS MEYRICK AND THE COUNCIL. A letter was read from Mr. W. G. Eiton Evans, The clerk of the Main Roads Committee, stating that Sir Thomas Meyrick had com- plained that the water had undamined the foundation tf the wall on his property near the entrance to Bush House. The letter also stated that Sir Thomas Meyrick had stated his intention of placing the matter in the hands of his solicitor, Sir George Lewis. A somewhat heated discussion ensued, which the Press were asked1 not to report fully. A proposition was made by one member that the letter be laid on the table, but eventually it was decided to refer the matter to the Pater Highways Committee. A SOMERSAULT. Some time ago when a letter was read from the Postmaster General inviting the council to become subscribers, the council after some debate decided that they could not afford to spend L4 10s. in having the municipal office at Pembroke Dock and the town clerk's office at Pembroke connected by the telephone. Another letter was now read from the Post- master General on the matter, and it was agreed to become subscribers. I

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