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-CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY.

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CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY. PREMIUMS TO STATION MASTERS AND OTHERS. For several years past the Directors of the Cambrian Railways Company have offered an- nual premiums for the best-kept stations to their agents, particular attention being paid to the general cleanliness of the platform and buildings and attractive appearance of the gardens. The annual inspection, which took place in August, has resulted in the following premiums being awarded, viz :-First premium, zL3, to Mr Cooper, Pant. Second premium, £ 2 10s, to Mr Stanbury, Pontdolgoch do., £2 10s, to Mr Goodwill, Llyn- clys; do., £2 10s, to Mr Roberts, Four Crosses; do., £2 10s, to Mr Roberts, Pantydwr. Third premium, £ 2, to Mr Penrose, Builth Road do., X2, to Mr Jones, Llansaintffraid do., X2, to Mr Jones, FranKton. Fourth premium, XI 10s, to Mr Jones, Whittington; do., £1 10s, to Mr Roberts, Pool Quay. Fifth premium, £1, to Mr Morgan, Cemmes Hoad do., £1, to Mr Williams, Doldowlod. Similar inducements are offered to the men in charge of the signal cabisis, and the first prem- iums this year have been given to Messrs H. Newell and H. Evans (Ellesmere Junction), R. Roberts and J. Berwick (Llanymynech), and J. Richards (Towyn). Premiums are also paid to the men in charge 0'[ the Company's horses and stables, and Driver T. Trow (Portmadoc) heads the list of this year's prizewinners, being .en- titled to a premium of £ 2.