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CARDIFF ELECTIliC LIGHT,1

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CARDIFF ELECTIliC LIGHT, A Day Lead te be Started, At a meeting- of the Cardiff Council to-day, the Lighting and JEiectrical Committee recom- mended that the rectifiers be removed from the Town HaJJ to the Central Station at Canton, at an estimated cost of £ 700 or JB750. as such lemoval will effect a saving in Wctgns of abou L170 per annum.—Councillor Riches pointed out that the recommendation was on all-fours with his own contention at the very outset of the proj,;ct,-It wa. reported that the Borough Engineer considered that the installation of the electric light was now completed Ao far aa the compulsory area was concerned wh'-reupon Alderman R-e,9 expressed surprise, seeing that only oil a recent Sunday night the whole of the lights in Qieen-street j went out for a few minuses.—Councillor Good also sp;,¡ke to the ¡riling out of the incandescent j lights,-The Mayor'explained that the placing of the rectifiers in the Town Hill meant a saving at the tune of the cost of laying the necessary rutins between Canton and the Town HUi, so that their removal re.,tlly meant no additional cost. Having the rectifiers at the central station would enable the services of three men having charge of them doing work in other depart- mentsalso. As to the going out of the ligh s it was due to the breaking down of one of the ongines—an accident which was not preventible. Applications for installations were coining in in a very satisfactory manner, and he hoped that 12 months hence the electric light at C irdiff would prove not only a public boon but a paying concern. The Borough Engineer WM instructed to start a day load forthwith.

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