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Were They Skghted ?


The Teachers Knew.

Newtown Result.


Why the Mistress Resigned.

Moving the " Cambriari."


Moving the Cambriari." The Montgomeryshire County Councillaft treek sent a deputation consisting of Colonel E Pryce- Jones, Mr Edward Jones, J. Rees, and E. Pugh, to wait upon the General Manager of the Cambrian Railways Company with the view to securing improved service, in accordance with the recent discussion at the Council initiated by Mr Clement W. Norton. We learn that Mr Denniss received the deputa- tion sympathetically, and listened purposefully to their presentation. He subsequently explained that the steady development of the Company's passenger traffic, which continued uninteruptedly for about ten years until 1904 justified the gradual increase which was made in the train service The Company kept on most of the trains in the hope that their doing so would encourage them to develop the service still further, but the hope remained unfulfilled. The directors consequently found it necessary to reduce the service as the only alternative to running the trains at a serious loss. The Company nevertheless recognised the responsibility which rested on them to make the best possible provision for the travelling public in the district which they served, and they hoped that an improvement in the traffic would justify them in putting on again most. if not all, the trains which had been take-n off The directors would take into their most serious con- sideration the question of improving the train service, commencing on October lst, and Mr Denniss expressed the hope that the 5-20 p m train from Oswestry to Welshpool and the 7-5 p.m train from Welshpool—the two trains which seemed to be most missed by local and ot .aer passengers—would be lestored.

The Borough Member.

. Hint to Secondary Head Tea.chers


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