The monthly meeting of the members of this Committee was held in the
Schoolroom, Parton, last Wednesday night. Present:
A. FLETCHER, vice-chairman, presiding
F. KENDALL, deputy clerk.
Mr. DAVIS called attention to the existing nuisance with regard to the
closets at the Boy's School.
It was agreed that the Inspector's attention should be drawn to the
THE BREWERY CHIMNEY
A DANGER TO THE PUBLIC.
Mr. DAVIS said that the Brewery chimney was a great source of danger
to the people of Parton. The Parton Brewery Company's own employees were
frightened to go through the gate. They could see through it, both the new and the
old. The chimney was not half completed. When the man was getting out of the
chimney he knocked some of the bricks down. (Laughter.)
The Chairman: It is a good joke.
Mr. DAVIS: There is no joke about it - (laughter) - it is a danger to
Continuing, Mr. DAVIS said he begged to move that the attention of the
Rural District Council be drawn to the Brewery chimney, as it was a change to
Mr. PHILLIPSON said if it was a source of danger he had pleasure in
seconding the motion, and this was agreed to.
PARTON PARISH COUNCIL.
This meeting immediately followed the Parochial Committee, and the
same members were present, presided over by Mr. W. CARMICHAEL; with their clerk,
THE TECHNICAL COLLEGE.
A communication was read from Mr. C. HODGSON, the organising secretary
for the West Cumberland Technical College, stating that Mr. G. W. HARTLEY,
the County Councillor for the division, had been appointed to act as the Parton
representative on the special committee appointed to carry out the West
Cumberland Technical College scheme.
The meeting was proceeding when our representative left.