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-+- LLYNVI VALLEY RAILWAY. The half-yearly meeting of this company was held on Tues- day last, at the offices, West Strand. Lllr. W. Mathews in the (i. ,:r. On the motion for affixing the seal to the register of proprie- tors, The Rev. Mr. Knight complained that he had been refused by the secretary to see the register. He wished to know who, tli or they intended to accede to him his right ? The cnairmati intimated-that he had a perfect right to do so after the seal had been affixed The report stated that the directors regret to observe the diminution in the mineral traffic on the hn-e, lld a consequent decrease in the amount of tolls. which they chiefly ascribe to the depression of trade. The accounts show a balance of 41,340 at the disposal of the shareholders, out of wluc-i the directors recommend a dividend at the rate of 3 per cent. per annaai. The works of the Breakwater have been completed in a satisfactory manner. The time for the purchase of land will expire in August next, and the directors have a bill in the present session to authorise a further extension of time, with w dch they are unwilling to proceed without the full concur- rence of the sh m holders. The capital account, to the 31st of December, showed that E113,718 had been. received, and £ 109,231 expended, leaving a balance of E4,487 in hand. The revenue account for the half-year stated that X-3,244 had been received, and £2,228 expended, leaving a balance of LI,016, which, added to f;324 from the last account, made the disposa- L-i, sunl of E 1,340. The Chairman, on moving the adoption of the report, com- mented upon the various topics contained in it. A long conversation ensued respecting various details con- nected with the affairs of the company. It was proposed as an amendment to adjourn the meeting, but on the understanding that a specid meeting WOIÃrl he calledhy the directors to con- sider any question the shareholders might have. to propose the amendment was withdrawn, and a series of resolutions passed adopting the report, abandoning the further prosecution of the bill now before Parliament for extending the time for exercising the: compulsory powers of the Liynvi Valley Act, approving of the dividend of three per cent, and re-electing the retiring dI- re, tors and auditor. A vote of thanks to the chairman concluded the business.

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