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+ CAMBRIAN EAILWATS.—Approximate return of traftio receipts for the week ending Sept. 10th, 1893: -Miles open, 237. Passengers parcels, horses, carriages, dogs, and mails, X3,840 merchandise, minerals, and live stock, £ 1,844; total for the week, £ 5,684; aggregate from commencement of half-year, £ 61,620. Actual traffi- receipts for the corresponding week last your :-Milt-s open, 237. Passengers, parcels, horses, carriages, dogs, and mails. J £ 3,529 merchandise, minerals, and live stock, Cl.982 total for the week, JB5,511; aggregate from comm. ncpm' nt Jl corres ondiiiti period la." year, Jitiu,788. Increase for th-J wfiek, passengers, Ac., X311 merenandipe, mi'ral". &c.. X 00: t-)tai incre;>.s« for the week. JB173; aggregate increase from commenoomout ef halt-year, XOOO. Decreaae, Passengers, parcels, &c., OO": meruit <fc" £ r73; total decrease for the week, AW; aggregate decrease from commence- ment of half-year, JB000. Aggregate increase, paa- parcels, ate., Jtx>o6 nia obancin., minerals, *n i|live stock, £ 000; total for th wt-ek, £ 000 aggre- gate iiicrense from commencement of half-year, 832 vc-egate dee- ease. passenyert,, parcels,&c., :0 0: merchandise, nun-Tal* and live stock, £ 34; ■;rr;r for the week, OOO; aggr'-gate decrease from commencement of lialf-vear. JE000. 1 /í.) >q,¡"¡ ii1! CeLo/rulMsS Warranted to REMOVE CORNS PYTHE EtOO 1*8 whe- ot .ai; .,1; slJ. worn with tightest *ioot. arid i OP-<IVE'Y oui in a week. No cut ing r-quired. of testi- monialp free, or If. battle for 14. stain us br CHAVE & JACKMJN, BEUM-. H^ T Refuse Imitatumt. G. E. DAVIES, Chemist, Hroad-stre^, Welshpool. E P P So GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. COCO BOILING WATEII Oil MILa. THE POPULAR LAW BOOK, Always KEPT UP TO DATIl NO MORE LAWTERS' BILLS ( Now Rpadr, THIRTIETH EDITION 100 closely- printed papes, containing about 4,000 Statements on Pcmits of Law, verified by Notes AND Preferences to Authorities. Price, post free, 6s. 8d. (saved MI ererr consultation !) cloth. EVERY MAN'S OWN LAWYER, A HANDT BOOK OF THE PRINCIPLES OF LAW & EOUITT .BARRISTER. 30th Edition (18S»3). Brought up to date, lBciudins' the Rettinc and Loan? (Infants) Act 1802* Gamincr Act, 3892 Shop Hours Act, 1892; Publio Libraries Act, 1892; Small Holding Act, 18H2; Witneem Public Inquiries) Protection Act, 3892 Clergy Discipline Act 1992 f Ct%18 £ and 1892 of Children Act, 1891 Slander of Women Act, 1891, etc, With foil particulars how to Sell or Mortgage Land through the Land Registry without professional assistance. Alsothat ,hanizes in the Law MADE hy the Bankruptcy Act, 1880 MiX CONVEYANCING and Real Property Act, 18H2 the New Law aa Small Properties under the IM ITATES' Estates Act IWO the Directors' Liability Act, 1890; Prevention of Cruelty to Children Act, 1889 with ma.ny other recent Acts. 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