The fornightly meeting of the Rural District Council was held on Thursday.--
Mr WATSON  objected that the proposition passed at the previous meeting with
reference to the Braystones road dispute was not recorded properly, inasmuch
as it stated merely that the matter had been referred to the Works
Committee, and urged that it should have been "with instructions to hear
evidence on the other side."-- Mr BROWN  said the reference to the Works
Committee was comprehensive enough to allow them to take evidence on both
sides.-- Mr WATSON  said he was content if it was understood that they would
take evidence on both sides. -- The Clerk said the committee were not going
to write to the Railway Company and ask them what their case was. They would
take such evidence as they could get.