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CORWEN. I

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I HOLYHEAD.

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] RUTHIN. THE LATE FrRE AT LLANBEDR RALL.-We have been requested to state that amongst those who assisted in extinguishing the fire at the above mansion (full par- ticulars of which appears in another column), were M. Louis, Esq., Wm. Lloyd, Esq., VIr. Bancroft, Mr. New- combe, Mr. li. Edwards, and Mr. Thomas Roberts, Wynnstay Arms. On Thursday we were informed that Mr. Ablett Jesse had subscribed Z50; Major Rowley, £ 20; and Mrs. Rowley, £10, to relieve the widow. Capt. Cooke has also undertaken to collect 125 for the same purpose. TOWN COUNCIL.—The Quarterly Meeting of the Town Council was held on Thursday last. Present-M. Louis, Esq., Mayor Messrs. Wm. Lloyd, J. J. Bancroft, D. E. Davies, John Jones, C. G. Jones, T. Roberts, Water- loo Inn, T. Roberts, Wynnstay Arms; W. T. Rouw, 1. Clarke, and Wm. Green. The New Town Hall.A letter was read from Mr. Adams, on behalf of the creditors and assignees of the Contractors, applying for the payment of X97 and X168 due for extra work done to the new Town Hall. The matter was referred to Mr. Walker, the archi- tect. Mr. Thomas Roberts, Wynnstay Arms, complained of procrastination in reference to the building, which was a serious loss to the Corporation. The Mayor said they could blame no one but the architect. The Town Clerk was instructed to write to Mr. Walker to inform him that the Corporation were dis- satisfied with the manner in which the building was proceeded with, and to urge its immediate comple- tion. The Fire Engine.-A sum of 30s. was voted for repair- ing the fire engine, which, the Mayor said, had rendered such service at Llanbedr Hall, on Saturday. Rates.-The Mayor stated, that rates to the amount of JE80 were collected. Some remarks were made respecting the Collector, but as he was not present, the subject dropped. The New Road from Well-street to the Railway Station. —The Town Clerk stated that Mr. M. Smith V.C.R., had informed him that Mr. Savin was willing to put this road in a thorough state of repair if the Corpora- tion would afterwards accept it. The Mayor said he was sickened with the continued differences between the Corporation and the Railway Company, and in order to put an end to them. he strong- ly advised the Corporation to accept Mr Savin's offer at once. He moved a resolution to that effect. ?t once. He niove d After some little conversation, the resolution was car- ried. Petitions.— The Corporation unanimously resolved to petition Parliament in favour of the Mold and Den- bigh Railway Bill, applying for a diversion to run the- line to the Denbigh Station, as well as to that of Tref- nant. It was also unanimously agreed to petition for a Bill giving running powers to the Denbigh, Ruthin, and Corwen Railway Company over the Vale of Clwyd Rail- way to Vorvd Wharf, to ensure quick and cheap commu- nication between Liverpool and Cor well. Mr. Eyton, solicitor, appeared on behalf of the respec- tive Companies, to explain the objects of the Bills.

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