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VEST DORSET ELECTION.

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I ILADY FOOTBALLERS. I

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ICOGAN ALLOTMENT HOLDERS.

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COGAN ALLOTMENT HOLDERS. There appears to be a rather strained relation- ship between the Bute Estate and the Cogan allotment holders. The latter wrote through their secretary, Mr Jeffs, to Mr Corbett, asking for land for allotment purposes. Mr Corbett replied that as Cogan was built entirely on the Windsor Estate, and suitable land could thereon be easily secured, he did not feel called upon to accede to their request. Mr Jeffs then wrote to Sir William Thomas Lewis, admitting that whilst the Windsor Estate had granted land the site was inconvenient and unsuitable, and taking advantage of the Parish Councils Act, they desired contiguous land for reasons which they could better assign if an audience were given a deputation of the holders. The gist of Sir William Lewis's answer was similar to that of Mr Corbett's, added to which was his inability to grant an interview. Immediately upon the receipt of this letter the Allotment Association held an extraordinary meeting, Mr F. W. Ensor, B.A., in the chair. when it was decided to invoke the assistance of the Penarth District Council. At this authority's monthly meeting on Monday, Mr W. L. Morris, J.P., presiding, a deputation of Cogan allotment holdert4 stated their grievance, adding that there were between 50 and 60 applicants for small holdings. Councillor H. Snell mentioned, on behalf of Lord Windsor, that he had offered what land there was available in that part 00 the holders, but it had been con- sidered unsuitable. It would seem, however, that the only suitable place was a portion of the brick fields, belonging to the Bute Estate. After some discussion, upon the motion of Mr R. Guy, seconded by Mr John Pavey, the clerk (Mr J, W. Morris) was instructed to negotiate with Sir Wm. Lewis for the acquisition of the desired piece of land.

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ITHE QUEEN'S VISILORS.

THE LAW AS 10 DOGS.

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