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AT EIN DARLLENWYR. j

ÐEIHDD YN CIIWAREU.

BOB YN DDWRNAD.

THE LLANELLY COALFIELD.

DISPUTE AT MARDY COLLIERY.

BRECON AND MERTHYR JUNCTION…

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BRECON AND MERTHYR JUNCTION RAILWAY COMPANY. The 73rd ordinary nieet.ing of the shareholders waa held on 1 liursday afternoon at Palmorston Build. ings, Old Broad-street, London. Mr. H. F. Slatterly, chairman of directors, presided, and there was a small attendance, the report and balance-sheet having been taken as read, the Chairman regretted to an- nounce that the half-year's working had not proved so satisfactory as was expected. The coal traffic in South ales which now showed such signs of revival remained in a very weak state during the six months under review. Ftie passenger traffic, however, had been fully maintained, and the expenditure had been practically the lanie as during the preceding half- year. The net revenue balance of £ 18,499 would be sufficient, after providing the sum required for the rent charjrod Rhymnw Preference Shares and A De- benture Stock to pay 2"|ier cent, upon the B Deben- ture Stock, being 1,1 per cent, to 30th June, 1895, and per cent, in respect of intere t due «j>on that stock to the 31st. Decern t>?r, 1895. Ten thousand ixmnds had Ueen f-pent In doubling the lino between Maesy- cwmmer and Maoben, and alterations at Talybont and on the lorpantau incline were IJeing commenced. The Barry Company were agaiu in this Session of Parliament endeavouring to obtain acees» to the Mon« mouth coalfields. Tho present pr0|>osals were quite u objectionable te the Brecon aud Merthyr as the for- mer ones, and no efforts would be "pared to guard the shareholders' interests. The samo course would he taken in regard to the proposed amalgamation of the Bute Docks and the Kbvmney Companies-. He concluded by moving the adoption of the rejwrt.—Mr. W. Bailey Hawkins (deputy chairman) seconded, and the resolution having bton agreed to, Messrs. W. De Wiutun and James Coatcs were re-elected directors and Mr. Thomas Kennt>rly was re-chosen auditor. -=-

CHILDREN'S CONCERT AT CEFX.

I DASTARDLY RAILWAY OUTRAGE.

SERIOUS OFFENCE BY A NEATH…

TYLORSTOWN EXPLOSION.

SIR THOMAS PHILLIPS' LIBRARY.

MASONIC INSTALLATION AT ABERDARE.

BRAYERY IN THE PIT. I

TICKET-OF-LEAVE MAN.

EAST GLAMORGAN RECHABITES.