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--BLAENAVON.

ABERSYCHAN.

CROSS KEYS.

m I I HAVERFORDWEST, 1

LYDNEY.

---COLEFORD.

CHEPSTOW.

KILGERRAN. ;

'YSTALYFERA.

PEMBROKE,

EBBW VALE.

--------LOCAL LIQUIDATIONS.

WEST BURY-ON-SEVERN GUARDIANS.

ITHE CARMARTHENSHIRE RAILWAY…

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THE CARMARTHENSHIRE RAIL- WAY BLOCK. We are glad to announce that through the in- terventiori of the local members and the assistancf of the President of the Board of Trade, this diffi. culty has at length been removed. The following letter has been received:â "Board of Trade, WhitehaU Gardens, S.W., June 21st, 1880.âSir,âI am directed by M* Chamberlain to inform you that the Loudon and North-Western Railway Co. have now yielded io the matter of the carrying of goods upon the Central Wales and Carmarthen Railway, and that traffic has been resumed.âYours faithfully,- INGRA.M B. W A.LKEB.-To B. T. Williams, Esq., Q.U., .M. P."

ROBBING A BRECON GENTLEMAN…

LOCAL BILLS IN PARLIAMENT..

CARDIFF.

--LLANDAFF.

PENARTH.

SWANSEA.

LLANELLY.-\

- NEATH.

CARMARTHEN.

TON FREFAIL,

PEND MIS.

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- - NEWPORT.

MONMOUTH.

-- - RISCA.

-'-PONTYPOOL.

ABERCARN.

LLANYBYTHER.

PRESTEIGNE.

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--__-MERTHYR.

ABERDARE.

DOWLAIS.

BRECON.

- PONTYPRIDD

MOUNTAIN ASH.

MAESTiG.

.---. RHONDDA VALLEY.

, TREDEGAR.

NARBERTH.

ST. NICHOLAS.

BRIDGEND.

KIDWELLY.

WHITLAND.

-LLANDILO.

BRITON FERRY.|

RHYMNEY.'