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USE NOT ORNAMENT. G.W.R. 'S "IDEALS" AT HIGH-STREET. Swansea Parliamentary and General Pur- poses Committee met on Thursday, Mr. Dd. Matthews (chairman) presiding. A further letter was read from Mr. Pot- ter, the G.W.R. manager, with reference to the High-street Station scheme, in respect td which the committee had expressed dis- appointment with regard to the proposed elevation. "The company are not prepared." said Mr. Potter, to add to the substantial cost of the rearrangement of Swansea. Station, which has been explained in detail to a de- putation, and previously to a much larger committee at Swansea, by any erection in front of the station which would serve no useful purpose, and for which therefore there can be no sufficient justification. I am 6'nre the directors would be quite willing to meet the views which have been placed before the company, provided that in doing so the con- venience or accommodation of the public would be served thereby, such apparently as might be the case if a verandah of the char- acter shown on the sketch sent were created. Mr. Potter adds that this verandah was suggested by one of the members of the de- putation that waited upon him and that he would now be prepared to recommend his directors to provide the verandah in ques- tion, relying OIl the Corporation giving effect to certain suggestions which have been put forward by the company relative to the ques- tion of working class dwellings." His com- puny" had incurred and were now freely incurring I HEAVY CAPITAL EXPENDITURE in providing for the trade of Swansea and the locality, and such advantages as have accrued, or are to accrue, therelrom, are. it is submitted, entirely mutual and do not from any point of view justify expenditure in directions which are not utilitarian. I ANOTHER MEETING WITH MR. POTTER. The Chairman suggested that a small sub- committee again meet Mr. Potter and dis- cuss the question with him.-Tliis was agreed to.

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