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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. -----------

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. ---

R SWANSEA.

a RHONDDA YALLEY.

jIH LLANELLY.

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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. --$--

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CONCLUSION OF THE TICHBORNE…

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CARDIFF.

NEATH.

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NEATH. HIGHWAY BOARD.—The usual monthly meeting was held yesterday (Wednesday), at the Town Hall, the chair being occupied by Mr. G. Llewellyn. The Board ordered that the Swansea Vale Railway Company be called upon to take up certain rails laid down by them on the Tin Works road at Lansamlet Higher. The Surveyor re- ported the roads generally much damaged by scouring in some parts, and the increase of traffic in others, where fresh coal levels had been opened: He also stated that Messrs. Jones and Jepson had satisfactorily completed tne con- struction of abridge at Bryncaws, at a cost of zCl34 3s. lOd., and that the unpaid calls amounted to £:363 8s. 3d. The funds necessary for the ensuing month would be 2256 16s. ———

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