Hide Articles List

8 articles on this Page

IN -PARLIAMENT.—SESSION…

Advertising

IN PARLIAMENT.—SESSION1896T

Detailed Lists, Results and Guides
Cite
Share

IN PARLIAMENT.âSESSION1896T PORT TALBOT RAILWAY AND (OGMORE YALLKYS EXTENSION.) (R.il?.y.s and works in County of Glamorgan Aoquidi'tion b' Ag"WJ1N1t o! th Mod" &.i1. ?yandtheCein.utdryleit.J'iway; Agrc?uent? with public bod]?, aud p?ttr i 10 them i-d a.ppiy their Funds therefor; Hun- JUUS '.Pp,'y ti?,i? k'L?,,ds of j U'lea-c \Vei*:ern Railway; roM?r to the Com- pany to complete the Dimixvch Branch Rail- way 'in certain events; 1'raHic auà other A?LOf.tuent.< with ti.,t C.?n?Mny; Addit'io'i!S Capital; Diversion of Road" and Footpaths; Purchase of Laud. OounpuhoriJy and by Agreement; Commonable Lands lxemp. tion from provisions of Section 92 of Lands Clause* Consolidation Act, 1845; Re.pa.ir of SuTtaoe of Roads owr Bridges; Agreements With LjchjI Authorities; Underpinning; Power to pay Intvrewf uwt of Capital; Incor- jwrat.ou of Acts; Amendment of Acts.) APPLICATION is intended to b): maue to lariiamewt in the next 8esftiou thmof, bv the Poot lalbot Railway and Dock* Company (w:1o are hereinafter culled "HIe CÅIllIHny"), for leave to bring in a Bill for the following, or some of the followiug, among other puiixwts (that is to say): â oerpunx)b..o 1. '1'0 enable the Company to make and n,'a1l.1<I"n, wholly in the counry of Glamorgan, tne railways, hereinafter described, with ail necessary stations, sidings, approo<,h-e-ø, works, and conveniences connected therewith resp.c- tnely, and to stop up or divert such streets, roaus, or footpaths :18 are shown on the dbPO. sited pla n, hereinafter referred to rehvting to d'e sid I'ailw¡¡ys, a6 intended to be stopped up 0[' diverted (that i, ta say): A Railway (Xa, 1), commencing lU the parish of 11t.rg;uu, by H jundJ.on wIth Railwa.y No, 1 authorized by the Port Talbot Kail- wuy and Docks Aot, 1894, at a point on the said authorized railwav. alout 483 yards, measured in a south-wtsjterly direc- t-ion from t:he 8oll,t'ht:rnJn.ot oorner of the huildings known as Marg.um Coj>pcr Works,, and terminating in the ]>arish of Pyle, in the enclosure marked and num- bered 52 on tl, Sheet X:J, XXXIII. 16 on the 25.inoh Ordnance Map of the parish of Pyle, 8!t a point 30 yards, or théreabouit<, ]J1,"sured iu a '°, rtlh.wesstrly direoLon, d'mm the easternmost corner of the enclosure numbered 63 on the ,d Ordnune Map, and 121 yards, 01' measured in a north-westerly direction, from tho easternmost co: iier of the enclosure marked and numbered 74 on the said Ordnance Map. The said railway will pass from, through, in, or inno the l'ari8hes of Margam, and Pvle. A Railway (No. 2), commencing ;n the parish of Pyile by a junction with Railway No. 1, Hit the t-ennrinaition thereof, Iv-rciiibfufcre described, and terminating in tthe parish of St. Bride's Minor, at a point in the western fence of the private road leading io Goetre li, n House, 52 yards, or thereabouts, measured in a south-westerly direction from the centre of the bridge carrying the said private road over the river Llynfi. The said railway will pass from, through, in, or into t'h. parishes of Pyle, Ma, Tythegston, 1\wmtle, and St. Brides Minor. A Railway (No. 3) wholly in the pfl-rinh of St. Bride's Minor, commencing by a junc- tion with Raiiwav :0, 2, at the termina- tion thereof, hereinbefore described, and terminating by a junction with the Great Western Railway, at a point on that Rail- way 273 ya,rd, or tl10reaoout.; mE,ured in a south-westerly direction along the said Railway, from the centre of the bridge ⢠carrying the Garw branoh of that railway over the River Garw. A Railway (No. 4), commencing in the parish of St. Bride's Minor by a junction with Railway No. 2 at the termination thereof, hereinbefore described, and ter- minating in the parish of Llangeinwyr, it a point 60 yards, or thereabouts, measured in a west north-westerly direction from the westernmost oorner of the building marked and numbered 865 on Sheet -No. XXXIV. 8 of the 25-inch Ordnance Map of the said parish of Llangemwyr, and 102 yards, or thereabouts, measured in a lIort,h-ea8terlv direction from the eastern- most oorn'-r of the building marked and numbered 864 on the said Ordnance Man. The ?id railway ;iXs from, through, in, or into the par ,,r,s f 8Bride's Mir.oi' "aid Llangeinwyr. A Railway (No. 5), commencing in the parish of Llangeinwyr by a junction with Railway No. 4 at the termination thereof, hereinbefore described, and terminating in the parish of Llandyfodwg by a junction with the partially constructed tramway or railway connected with and belonging or reputed to belong to the Great Western Railway Company, and at a point between the enclosures numbered 374 and 374A on sheet No. XXXV., 1 of the 25-inch Ord- n=m Map of the parish of Llandyfodwg on the western side of the bridge carrying the road numbered 375 on the ,-id Ord- nance slie?t over tbe said tramway or railway. The said railway will pass from, through, in, or into the parishes of Llangeinwyr, and Llandyfodwg. A Railway (No. 6), commencing in the parish of Llandyfodwg by a junction with Railway No. 5 hereinbefore described, at a point 173 yards or thereabouts, mea- sured in a north-easterly direction from the northernmost corner of the building, marked and numbered 714 on sheet No. XXXV., 5, of the 25-inch Ordnance Map of the said parish of Llandyfodwg, and 60 yards or thereabouts, measured in a south-south-westerly direction from the south easternmost oorner of the enclosure, marked and numbered 332 on the sheets Nos. XXXV., 1 and XXXV., 5, of the 25-moh Ordnance Map of the said parish, and terminating in the parish of Llantri- *ant by a junction with the Great Western Railway at a point thereon 210 yards or thereabouts, measured in a southerly direc- tion along the said railway from the Louthern side of the signal cabin at the southern end of the station platform at Gdfach. Tftia said railwiay will pass from, through, in or into the parishes of Llan- dyfodwg and Llantrisant. A Railway (No. 7), commencing in the parish of Llangeinwyr by a junction with Railway No. 4 at the termination thereof, hereinbefore described, and terminating in the parish of Llandyfodwg by a junction with the tramway or private railway lead- ing to the colliery belonging or reputed to belong to the Ocean Coal Company at It }x>in4 141 yards or thereabout, measured in a souith^soujth-westerly direction from the southernmost comer of the enginehouse of the said colliery, and 93 yards, or there- ahoults, measured in a north-easterly direc- tion along the said tramway, from the centre of the bridge carrying the ea.id tram- way over the public road from bo Ogmore Vale. The said Railway will pass from, through, in, or into the parishes of Llan- geinwyr and LI?dyfodwg. :A Railway (N.. 8), commencing in the pari4, of Llandyfodwg by a junction with Rail- way No. 7 hereinbefore described, at a point 12 yards or thereabouts, measured in an easterly direction from the northern- most corner of the enclosure marked and numbered 392 on sheet No. XXVI., 12, of the 2.5-inch Ordnance Map of the said parish, and 130 yards or thereabouts, measured in a north-easterly direction from the northernmost oorner of the enclosure, marked and numbered 395 on the said Ordnance Map, and terminating in the parish of Llangeinwyr by a junction with a siding of the Wyndham Colliery at a point 67 vards or thereabouts, measured in a southerly direction from the centre of the southernmost shaft of the said col- liery, and 138 yards or thereabouts, mea- sured in am easterly direction from the north-easternmost corner of the enclosure, marked and numbered 146 on sheet No. XXVI.. 8, of the 25-inch Ordnance Map of the parish of Llangeinwyr. The said Railway will pass from, through in or into the parishes of Llan. dyfodwg and Llangeinwyr. A Railway (No. 9), commencing in the parish of Margam by a junction with Railway Na, 1, hereinbefore described, at a point thereon 65 yards, or thereabouts, measured in a south-easterly direction from the north-west angle of the enclosure marked and numbered 1667 on sheet No. XXXIII., 10, of the 25-inoh Ordnance Map of the parish of Margam, and 107 yards or there- abouts, measured in a eouth-westerly direc- tion from the north-easternmost angle of the said enclosure, and terminating in the parish of Kenfig, at a point in the enclosure marked and numbered 302 on sheet No, XXXIX., 8, of the 25-inoh Ordnanoe Map of the parish of Kenfig, 100 yards, or there- abouts, measured in, a south-easterly direc- tion from the south-westernmost corner of the enclosure num bered 300 on the said Ordnance sheet, and 103 yards, or there- abouts, measuned in a south-westerly direction from the south easternmost corner of the enolosure numbered 300 on the aid Ordnance sheet. The said Railway will pass from, through, in, or in to IjOO parishes of Margam and Kenfig. A Railway (No. 10), commencing in the parish of Kenfig by a junction with Railway No. 9 at the termination thereof, herein- betfore described and terminating in the parish of Pyle lilt a point in the tramway or private railway belonging, or reputed to belong, to the Pant Mawr Quarries, at a point 58 yards or thereabouts, measured in a north-north-westerly direction from the northernmost corner of the enclosure marked and numbered 336 on sheet No. XXXIX., 8, of the 25-inoh Ordnance map of the parish of Pyle, and 95 y.. or iI,Iere& measured in 1* south-easterly direction from the eastern- most comer of the Three Horseshoes publiu house, at South Cornelau. Tlit said Railway will pass from, through, in, or into the parishes of Kenfig aud Pyle. A Railway (No. 11), commencing in the parish of Abera\< ov a junction with the Rhondda alld Swa.1I6m Bay Railway, at a point 414 vards, or thereabouts, 111e3.<uroo along the said railway in a north-westerly direction from the centre of the bridge carrying the Jubilee-road over the said Rhondda- and Swansea Bay Railway, and term.inI: in the parish of Margam by a junction wHh Railway -N. 12, hf<reiiv afier de.t'rihed, at the termination then'of.. The said Railway will pass from, through, in or iuto the parishes Qf Aberavon and Marram. A Railway (N.. 12), wholly in the Ptui,h of Maruum, commencing by a junction with E.ii?.y N.. 1, aut h orized by the Port Talbot Railway and Docks Act, 1894, at a point. IneuBurcd along the said railway in a ¡;omh.w""t"r!y direction 50 yards, or the, abouts, from the centre line of the Great Western Railway, where the said Port lalbot Uailwllv crosses the said Great Western Railway, aud terminating hy a iunorioii with Railway No. 1 hereinbefore described at a point about 714 yards, measured in a south-easterly direction from the wmmeucement thereof. Raiiway (No. 13), wholly situate in the parish of Margani, commencing by a junc- tion with Railway No. 11, ai a point 160 yards, c-r thereabouts, measured in a north- westerly direction trom the north-western- most oorner uf tLo hlldding known as Margam Copper Works, and 430 yards, or thereabouts, measured in It north-easterly direction Ãron, the commencement of Rail- way No. 1, and terminating by a junction with Railway No. 12, at the commencement thereof. 2. To elllpower the Company to purchase and acquire, by agreement, the railways situate in the said parish of Margam, and known re- spectively as rhe Morfa Railway and rhe Celn and Pyle Railway, and all lands, buildings, bridges, sidings, junctions, approaches, pro- perty and rights, powers and privileges con- nected therewith, and, if thought fit, to ex- tinguish all existing rights thereover or therein, or to maintain., improve and milise the said respective railways, or any part or parts thereof respectively, and the before-mentioned matters appurtenant thereto, or exercisable therewith respectively, for the purposes of the said in- tended railways, or any of them, or other the purposes of the Company. 3. To authorise the purchase and taking of the following pieces or land, or such part or parts thereof at* may be required for the in- tended railways and works, which land 18, or is reputed to be. common or commonable land, viz.: â °S r>. I -=- 1 1 a "S £ L o o <N § tf) q C\1 O' H 'õ d 0 00 "c t s ul O M CM csj HjJ « £ -2 I i I li ill i 3 I J â¢s > £ ""3 re .2 ,S .2 'S3 be fce & Oi m Ph b s a £ 4 ci e$cd m 3 3 13 J I i 1 I! 3 6 2 1 I I § SB 1 H £ t |J R. S -§ -3 z S & .¡:: m 6 0 fe !g III! Q) li ⢠à O ,.Q Q) t- t'-o a: 0: 0 0 .E Z z z z -Ho i Ǥ ns rs r~l ra j I a J a 4. To vest in the Company the usual powers granted to railway companies for the construc- tion and maintenance of railways, and espe- cially the powers granted by the 16th Section of the Railways Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, and to authorize them in connection with and for the purposes of all or any of the said railways and works, to make such alterations in the line, width, and levels of the roads, streets, or ways communicating with the roads, str?t,?,, or ways intended to be made, diverted, or altered under the powers of the Bill u may be necessary in constructing the said intended railways and works, and to deviate from the lines of the railways and works hereinbefore mentioned to any extent within the limits of deviation to be shown on the plans deposited as hereinafter mentioned or defined by the Bill, and to deviate from the levels shown upon the sec- tions deposited as hereinafter mentioned to any extent which may be defined by the Bill. 5. The Bill will extinguish all rights of way over, and will or may vest in the Company he site and soil of the portions of roads and foot- paths rendered unnecessary by reason of any diversions thereof or whioh are shown on the deposited plans, hereinafter referred to as intended to be stopped up or diverted, or which are inoluded within the limits of the lands shown on those plans as intended to be com- pulsorily taken, and which shall be so taken, or which they are in any way authorized to stop up, and will or may provide that every new or diverted or substituted street, road, or footpath to be constructed, diverted, or substituted under the powers of the Bill shall be nuWn- tained and repaired by the sa-me body or per- sons, and by the same means as other streets, roads, footpaths, or highways in the parishes, townships, or places within which such new, diverted, or substituted street, road, or foot- path will be situate, are for the time being legally rcipairable, or in such other manner as the Bill may prescribe, and it will or may also provide that as respeots the said intended ¡milw"ys the Company !u111 not be liable under bhe 46th Section of the Railways Clauses Consolidation Act. 1845, to maintain the sur- face Å any turnpike, highway, or -public car- riage road which shall be carried over the said intended railways by a bridgie, or bridges unless the level of such road be permanently altered so as to increase the gradient of any part thereof 6. To empower the Company on the one hand, and any municipal, sanitary, highway, or local authority, and any county, urban, rural, or parish council, and any Company or person or persons, and the owners, lessees, and oocupiers of any lands taken under or affected by the powers of the Bill on HIe other hand, to enter into and fulfil contracts and agreements for, or in relation to the execution or modification of any works, or the substitution of any other work or works in lieu of those authorized or 8,gTeed to be done or executed, and the cod thereof and incidental thereto, the construction repair, and maintenance of any streets, roads, 0>' footpntbs, and the talking of any lands in which they may respectively be interested, and to enable any such authority and council to provide t)ie neewsary funds for the purpose by bomwing, and by the lewing of rates or bv elher of those means; and the Bill will cr may confirm any suoh contract or agreem-vnt which may already have been, or which at any bne during the progress of the Bill may be entered into for or in relation to any of the maltfters aforesaid. 7.4Xo authorize the Company to appropriate any lands for the time being belonging to them, for the erection thereon of, and to ereot dwell- in for the labouring olasses, and to appro- priate for such dwellings any buildings for the time being belonging to the Company, and to eeil or let such dwellings, 8. To authorize the Company from time to time to purchase or take on lease or ether- wise acquire lands (including in thai word where used in this Notice, houses, buildings, mills, warehouses, sheds, and wharves), and other property, compulsorily or by agreement, and to acquire, compulsorily or by agreement, easements ovpr, under, or in respeot of, and too vary and extinguish existing rights 80ul privileges over such lands and property, and all such rights and privileges as it may be nm?-.ary to vary or extinguish for any of the purposes of the nm. 9. To enable the Company to purchase so much of my house or other building or -u. fwtory m they may require for the purposes of the Bill without being subjected to the liability imposed by the 92.,d Section of the Lauds Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845. 10. To authorize and provide for the under- pinning or otherwise securing or strengthening of any houses or buildings whioh may be ren- dered insecure or affected by any of the in. ter.ded railways and works, and which houses and buildings may not be required to be taken for the purposes thereof. 11. To enable the Compar-y and all bodies and persons lawfully using any railway of the Company, to run over and use with their engines, carriages, wagons and trucks, and their offioers and servants, and for the purposes of tmffiei of every deeoription the following rnihmYi and portions of railways (that is to say) :â So much of the Great Western Railway aa lie. betwoolI the termination of the said in. tended Railway (No. 5) and the said termina- tion of the authorised Dimbath Branch of the Great Western Railway, and so much of the Great Western Railway as lies between the said termination of the said intended railway (No. 6) and the termination of rhe Gilfaoh Branch of the Great Western Railway, with all WaYS, t;idillJ.{1 turntables, stations, lmilding8, ottioes, warehouae8, appro .ichta, water sup- plies, telegraphs, telephones, s¡¡{naL;, machinery, appliances and conveniences on 01' connected with such railways or portions of railways respectively, upon suoh terms and con- ditions, pCL-uniary and otherwise, and on pJ-j. ment of such tolls, rates, and charges as may from time to time be agwed on, or us in default of agreement shall be determined by arbitration, or defined by the Bill, and to require tlie com- panies and persons owning or working tho taid railways or portions of railways respectively, to afford all requisite facilities for the pui po Li and to receive, book through, invoice, tcrwara: and deliver to and from the same, and at the stations, warehouses, booking office aud pre. Inibcs of such companies and per,"{)lUI, aU tiatiie of every description coming trom or destined ioc the undertaking of the Company, upon such term8 and conditions as may be agreed on or as in dtfault of agreement shall be determined in any of the manners aforesaid, and to enable the Company and all such bodice or persons to receive tolls, ratc3, and ehaiges, in respect ot passengers, animals, merchandize, articles, and things conveyed by them ovtr the before-men- tioned railways 01' portions ot rai1way, and to alter the tolls, rates, and eharges to hr.. here- alter taken thereon or in respect thereof, and to confer exemptions trom such tolls, ratts, and 1 12. The Bill will or may take power to enable the Company upon such terms and con- ditions as may be agreed on, or settled by aibitration, or defined in the Bill, to complete the said Diiiibath Branch in default of the fA-id Dimbath Branch being eOmdJlet,d by the Great Western Raiiway Company before a, period to be limited by the intended Act, and for that purpose to exercise the powers of the Great Wetern Railway Company in that behalf. 13. To authorise the Company to levy tolls, rates, and charges for and in respect of the said intended railways and works, and the said railways to be acquired bv the Bill when ac- quired and for the purposes of the Bill, and to alter existing and confer exemjotir-ns from tolls, rates, and charges, and to exercise other rights and privileges. 14. The Bill will nuthorize the Company to raise further sums of money for the purpose, of the Bill, and also for the completion of works alreadly authorized, and also for the 1 general purposes of and incident to their under- taking, by the creation of new shares or stock, with or without a guaranteed or prtferential dividend, or other special rights or privileges attached thereto, and by borrowing, and by the creation LYf dpbenture stock, or by any of such means, and also to apply to all or any of such purposes any capital or fund,. now belonging to the Company or hereafter to belong to them, or under the control of their Directors. 15. To enable the Company, notwithstand- ing anything contained in the Companies Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, to payout of the capital or any of the funds of the Com- pany, interest or dividends on any shares or stocks of the Company. 16. The Bill will vary or extinguish all existing rights or privileges which will inter- fere with its objects, and it will incorporate with itself such of the provisions of the COIll- panies Clauses Acts. 1815, 1863, and 1869, the Lands Clauses Acts, the Railways Clauses Con- solidation Act, 1845, and the Railways Clauses Act, 1863, as ai*y be deemed expedient. And it will, so far as is necessary or expedient for the purpÅps of the Bill, alter and enlarge the powers ??.?id provisions of the Port Talbot Railway and Docks Act, 1894, and of any other Act or Acts r"labin, directly or ;,¡dm,ctly, to the Company or their under. taking; 5 and 6 Wm. IV., 'ap. 98, and any other Act or Act6 relatmg, directly or indirectly, to the Great NV?tern Railway I ortOth:rre ud:ehe :'dd and Swansea Bay Railway Act, 1882, and any other Act or Acts directly or indirectly affect- ting the Rhondda and Swansea Bay Railway Company, or their undertaking; and any other Act or Acta which may interfere with any purposes of the Bill. Duplicate plans and sections describing the lines, 'situations, and levels of the proposed railways and other works, and the lands in or through which they will be made, together with a book of reference to such plans, con- taining the names of the owners and Ie.<.ees, or reputed owners and lessees, and of the occu. piers of such lands and other property; 11'1,0 an Ordnance Map, with the lines of railway delineated thereon, so as to show their general course and direction, and a copy of this notice, will, on or before the 30th day of November instant, be deposited for public inspection with the Clerk of the Peace for the county of Glamorgan, at his office at Cardiff. And on or before the fame day a copy of so much of the said plans, sections, and book of reference as relates to each parish in or through which the intended railways and other works will be maM, or in which any lands are intended to be taken, and II, copy of thas notice, will be deposited with the parish clerk of each such parish at his residence, and, in the case of any extra-parochial place, with the clerk of some parish immediately adjoining suoh extra-parochial place at his residence, and as regards any of the before-mentioned parishes pfa? which is a rural parish for which a parish council has been elected, also with the clerk (if any) of the parish council of every such parish at his residence, and if in any such parish there be no clerk of such couucil, then with the chairman of that council at his resi- dence. Prirted copies of the proposed Bill will be deposited in the Private Bill Office of the House of Commons on or before the 21st day of December next. Dated this 18th day of November, 1895. CHESTON and SONS, 1, Great Win- Solici- chester-street, L..d.. f tors L.G.WtLH\MS,8, Cha:rl,?,. street, Cardiff, Bill. Dyson and Co., 24, Parliament- street, Westminster, Parliamen- tary Agents.

IIN PARLIAMENT.—-&ES61I0N…

IN PARLIAMENT—SESSION 1896.

IPHIL PHILLIPS' RHEUMATIC…

Advertising

-IN PARLIAMENT—SESSION^IST^'