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DINAS POW1S PARISH COUNCIL.

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DINAS POW1S PARISH COUNCIL. THE ADOPTION OF STANDING ORDERS. The monthly meeting of St. Andrew's Major Parish Council was held at Dinas Powis on Monday evening last, Mr J. Howells, the newly-elected chairman, presiding. Messrs D. R. Morgan, L. Ryder, H. Wright, F. W. Davies, H. Barrett, and the deputy-clerk (Mr W. D. Williams) were also present. The Chairman suitably returned thanks for the honour conferred upon him at the previous meet- ing by electing him as chairman of the Council. The Deputy-clerk read a communication from the owner, stating that the Merch Bridge and the bridge leading to Eastbrook had been cleaned and put in repair. It was also reported that the stones lately heaped on Dinas Powis Common had been removed and that plate hydrants had been placed at East- brook at the suggestion of the Parish Council. The Committee appointed to deal with the question of standing orders now recommended to the Council that the standing orders issued by Messrs Harold Best and Company be adopted.- The report was accepted, but the signing of the standing orders was deferred till the next meeting. The Fire Appliances Committee reported that the Parish Council possessed a one-hose reel, stand pipe, and about eight lengths of new hose. Several other requisitions were needed, however, which would roughly cost £ 18.—The matter was eventually referred back to the Committee for further consideration. Sundry other matters of routine were dealt with, and the meeting concluded.

BASEBALL MATCH AT BARRY.

LIST OF NEW INVENTIONS.

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ASTOUNDING ZAM-BUK CURE.

SHIP'S OFFICER'S SUDDEN DEATH…

BARRY BAND OF HOPE UNION.

--, REVIEW OF PUBLICATIONS.

BARRY DISTRICT COUNCIL PARLIAMENTARY…

NERVOUSNESS.

BARRY MEN'S MEETINGS.

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THE KING AND THE HOSPITALS.

CORRESPONDENCE.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF SUBSCRIPTIONS.

THE REVIVALISTS AND BARRY.

VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE.

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