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,NOTICES WITHDRAWN.I

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KING S ANXIETY.

WOMAN 3 BODY

EYAN ROBERTS.I

I SWANSEA -LICENSING APPEALS…

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i KICKED HIS MOTHER. I

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TEACHING OF WELSH

1-1 NEARLY jMOO,000 I

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1-1 NEARLY jMOO,000 IBIG G.W.R. SCHEMES. In compliance with the Standing Orders of Parliament estimates have been prepared and deposited on behalf of the Great Western Railway Company showing the capital that will have to be expended in the event of sanction being obtained during the ensuing session of Parliament to the omnibus Bill which is being prompted by that company. Of about 21 miles of contemplated new railways, just over nineteen miles are pro- posed to be constructed in South Wales, at an estimated cost of £ 364,419. The fol- lowing are the details of these proposed new lines Estimated cost. Double line of railway ten miles in length from Llangennech to Pemhrey £ 200,695 Double line 1, miles in length commencing by a junction with the Monmouthshire (Western Valleys) Railway near Roger- stone Station, and terminating near Bassaleg Station L5,000 To be spent on additional station accommodation — £ 59,834 Short line forming a loop at Tai- baoh and connecting the South Wales Railway of the company with the docks branch railway 29,103 Loop line at Port Talbot ;C12,647 Single line of railway nearly 31 miles in length forming a junc- tion with vale of Neath Rail- way, to be known as the Ynys- arwed branch £ 50,445 Single line of railway 2b miles in length at Resolven; to be known as the Giyn-Neath branch C31,695 Total £ 364,419 [ NEW LOOP LINE AT PORT TALBOT. In connection with the new loop line at Port Talbot it is proposed to expend over P,84,733 upon deviations and widenings of the Rhondda and Swansea Bay Railway Company's main line at Aberavon. Of this sum upwards of 920,000 will be spent upon improving the station accommodation. Upon I the completion of these deviations it is pro- posed to abandon and discontinue the existing and partly constructed loops con- I necting the Rhondda and Swansea Bay I Railway Company's main line with the South Wales Railway of the company." I OTHER LOCAL PROJECTS. I Other deviations and widenings proposed by the company are :— Estimated oost. Widening for about half-a-mile of Llanelly Railway between Pon- tardulais Station and bridge carrying railway over Afon Gwili near Hendy Junction £14,199 Line of rails and lengthening of bridge near Tirydail Station. £ 2,210 Lengthening and widening of fifteen bridges between Mar gam and Bridgend E37,274 New bridge over Neath Canal at Neath CI,610 Bridge at Neath Lower over road leading from Neath to Glyn- Neath P,2,299 Bridge in parish of Neath Higher (Resolven) £ 2,290 Widening of viaduct over River Taff near west end of Cardiff '-842,452 Station v £ 42,452 Widening of six bridges between St. Fagan's and Ely £38,547 Widening of bridge over River Llynfi at Tondu Junction B 1,607 Widening of four bridges between l i bo -05,681 Baglan and Port STRAND BRIDGE WIDENING. Widening of bridge over Upper Strand and new road connecting Jockey-street with Upper Strand at Swansea — £ 4,711

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SKEWEN LIVENING UP.

THE "WOOD-ROLLERS."

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