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CWMAMAN.

MOUNTAIN ASH.

SENGHENYDD.

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SENGHENYDD. OBITUARY.—It is with regret we have to record the death cf Mrs. Evan Sherrah, which took place on Monday. Mrs. Sherrah was the daughter of Mr. Thomas, manager of the Universal Colliery, and was greatly respected by all who knew her. At the meet. ing of the School Board on Monday evening a vote of condolence with Mr. Sherrah in his sad affliction was passed, on the proposition of Mr. David Lewis, seconded by the Rev. D. Lewis. TELEGRAPHIC COMMUNICATION. — At the District Council on Tuesday the following letter was read from Mr. Fardo So far as I can see the delay as regards the telegraph extension rests with you. I am instructed that in a letter from the secretary, dated 1st April, 1895, a draft deed was enclosed to you ask- ing for the names, &c., of persons willing to join in a guarantee, and the last information I had was that no reply had been received from you. Perhaps you would be so good as to say how that matter stands, so that I may know how to take action. As regards the post office, there is not sufficient revenue on the letters for Senghenydd to warrant the cost of a horse post, and you are aware there is no early train to Senghenydd. The requirements of this neighbour- hood have been closely watched by me, and the facili- ties afforded have kept pace with the amount of correspondence to be dealt with. If the cost of a horse post could be guaranteed until Senghenydd is sufficiently developed to support it, I should be glad to submit a scheme to headquarters accordingly.-I am, yours very faithfully, Geo. Fardo.As the Council is precluded from giving the guarantee asked for, the clerk was directed to send a copy of Mr. Fardo's letter to the secretary of the Aber and Scaglienydd Chamber of Trade, to show how matters stood.

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