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WILL IT COME OFF.

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WILL IT COME OFF. Taff Vale and Rhymney Railways to be Amalgamated. That the negotiations between the directors of the Taff and Rhymney Railway Companies for the combined working of the two lines have not fallen through is proved by the fact that at the end of last week the prominent officials of the Taff Company-among them being Mr. Brewer, the engineer, and Mr. T. H. Riches, the locomotive superinteneent—inspected the Rhymney line. This, as will be readily under- stood, has been done for the purpose of pre paring reports on the condition of the per- manent way and the rolling stock to the Taff directors.

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