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THIRSTY PASSENGERS.

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THIRSTY PASSENGERS. P. Knight, the general manager of the and Brighton Railway, says that, "with f affording increased comfort to passengers ig on this railway, the directors have that during the hot weather of the sum- autumn months a supply of fresh cold water shall be obtainable by passengers .in stations on their journey. As a com- ent, therefore, of this arrangement, the y's refreshment contractor at Lewes, a, and Three Bridges stations will have l train attendants, provided with a supply water, who will on the arrival of the trains, and on the application to them, it to any passenger in the train a glass of jer, at an authorised charge of Id. per The platform attendants will walk along- train, and, as may be required, hand the water to the passengers in the carriages. ers are required to return the empty glass btendants as quickly as possible."

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