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NEWPORT. !

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SWANSEA.

"MERTHYR.

ABERGAVENNY.

BTAENAYON.

BRIDGEND.

BRITON FERRY.

CAERPHILLY.

COWBRIDGE.

FOREST OF DEAN.

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LLANELLY.

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MAESTEG.

MACIIEN.

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MONMOUTH.

NARBERTII.

NEATH.

NEWCASTLE EMLYN.

PENCLAWDD.

PONTYPRIDD.

PONTYCYMMER.

TREFOREST.

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CARDIFF.

LLANDAFF.

PENARTH.

NEWPORT.

SWANSEA.

MERTHYR.

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ABERGAVENNY".

LLANELLY.

PONTYPRIDD.

TENBY.

TREDEGAR.

1 COUNTY COUKTS. I-

.CARDIFF BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

NEWPORT BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

MERTIIYR BURIAL BOARD.

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JCHARGE OT SHEEP STEALING…

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HIGHWAY ROBBERY IX CARMARTHENSHIRE.

CARDIFF DISTRICT AXD . PENARTH…

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CARDIFF DISTRICT AXD PENARTH HARBOUR TRAMWAY COMPANY. An ordinary general meeting of the shareholders of the Cardiff District and Penarth Harbour Tram- way Company was heldin the Nisi Prius Court of the Town-hall. Cardiff, on Monday, Alderman Jones in the chair. There was a numerous atten- dance. The SFCRKTARV (Mr. W. T. Jennings. 17, Parlia- ment-street, Westminster) read the notice conven- ing the meeting, and the report and statement of accounts wen* then submitted. The report was as follows :— Your directors have the pleasure to report that on t'ne 24th day of Xovember, 1831, General Hutchinson, H.G., on behalf of the Board ot Trade, inspected the completed line of trannvav from Roath to Lower Grangttown and on the 26t h of the same month Ow formal licence was granted to open the line for public t.r«iflic. The cars commenced to run 011 Tuesday, the 29th day of Novem- ber, 1881, and a constant service has been l;ept up daily at judicious intervals. Your directors being de- sirous of keeping the capital account a Jow as possible, and limiting the number of shares issued have entered into an agreement with Mr. Solomon J Andrews to work the line upon terms which tne.s »n-_ sider highly advantageous. Mr. Andrews provicies rolling-stock, horses, and drivers, at a fixed mi o thus preventing a large outlay whltc^°"ireemeir ire have iiau to be made. The terms oi the of a very distinct- and binding character 1 tion of the Shareholders' iiitewsw. ahe^iductoib will be tlie servants of the company- The dn^tois m„% add that Mr. Andrews takes » fub=t^o<i.nioiie>iite:eST. the shares of the Company. A sUUment 01 receipts -TvJ fx-rwnditure is annexed, made up to December 61, 188i, 'and duly audited by Messrs. ^Deloitte, Dever, Griffiths anii Co., chartered accountants, of 4, I otbburv, London. Your directors deeply depiore the loss of one of their number, the late Alderman Henry Bowen. whose advice was most va.uable to them in coii- ductirur the company business, 111e retiring directors arc Mr. Kobcrt-Forrest, J.l and Mr. R, R. tinelgrove, and Mr. Forrest, being ouly qualified, offers himself for re-election. Mr. Sneigrove, vour d;ree- tors suggest tha^ Alderman Taylor, M.t)., be'invited to 1lL.pt a seat alc,f"he appointment of auditors rests with the shareholders. The board would recom-j mend that Mr. 1J. itotx.'rts be appointed. Y'our director* believe tliej win be able to present a satisfactory returll as traffic becomes developed. The statement of accounts to the 31st of si15)v;ve<i a balance at the banke# £ 2,287 12s. lid. The CHAII;iax moved the adoption of the report, which was aorieed to.

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ITHE RECENT EXPLOSION AT INORTH…

FATAL COLLIERY ACCIDENT AT…

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HUNTING NOTES.