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CORRESPONDENCE. GRIEVANCES. SIR,-On behalf of my sex I return you my best thanks for the public spirit you have shown in the Cam- brian News of January 17th, in exposing the condition of the third-class carriages on the Cambrian Railway. They are especially unpleasant in winterâthe open thirds I mean. I, from experience, can testify to the truth of all your remarks. Smoking carriages are provided, but one is, as a rule, more likely to escape the nuisance by travel- ling in them, instead of in those provided for the non- smokers and general puolic. The Cambrian officials do not trouble themselves to enforce any rules made for the comfort of the passengers in respect to smoking,, and it is not a pleasant thing for ladies and few have the courage to ask smokers to desist. It is not an uncommon thing to travel in a third-class carriage so jiiled with smoke that it is difficult to see distinctly trom one end to the other. I believe you have called attention to it before, but the following grievance and inconvenience still continues, that there is NO resident magistrate in Aberdovey. A boy was put in the lock-up here last Saturday, and on Monday war taken in a public conveyance to Talgarth, before Mr. fiiruston. Why should ratepayers have Lo pay expenses which might be avoided?âYours, &c., A LADY. Aberdovey, Jan. 21, 1879.

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