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A CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS ARBITRATION.

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A CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS ARBITRATION. An arbitration was held on Monday week at Oswestry between the Cambrian Railways Com- pany and Mr John Jones of Mossfields, Whitchurch, as to the value of land adjoining the Oswestry Station which the Company are acquiring under their Act of 1896. The umpire appointed by the Board of Trade was Mr Ludlow of Birmingham. Mr J Parry-Jones appeared for the Company, and Mr Craven (Messrs Longueville and Co.) for Mr Jones. The land wan valued on behalf of Mr Jones by Messrs YVhally of Chester and Owen of Tarporley at S,1,850 17" 6d, and by Messrs Thomas Whitfield and C E Williams of Oswestry on behalf of the Company at zP,507 18s and X-550 respectively. The umpire has awarded £ 796.

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