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MONDAY.

TUESDAY.

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AN ABERGELE CHURCH DISPUTE.

CHEERFUL PROSPECTS.

NORTH WALES NARROW GAUGE RAILWAY…

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NORTH WALES NARROW GAUGE RAILWAY COMPANY. The nineteenth half-yearl" ordinary meeting of the shareholders of the ab:.ve company was held I at the Inns of Court Hotel, London, (n Tuesday. In the absence of the chairman (Mr J. C. Russell, I who is confuted to the^house by illness). Mr A. Fitzabbon presided. The report showed that the net revenue for the year 1881 was £290, being sufficient for the pay- ment of the year's interest on tie JE6000 A Debentures, leaving a small balance to be carried forward to the credit of the interest on the JE30 000 B Debenture Stock. The receipts from traffic for the halt-year show an incrertse of jE140, being X38 from passengers and £ 102 from goods and minerals. The capital expenditure for the hfdf-year was £ 679 13s 6d. The estimated expenditure on capital account for the current half-year Ï3 £440. The Chairman read a letter he had received from Mr Russell, explaining the cause of his absence from the meeting, and in which Mr Russell remarked thit the station expenses at Dinas would always be a great charge upon then, as the London and North Western Company had hitherto declined to pay their share of the expenses. He thought they might expect an increase in the slate traffic of 25 per cent, ili the current ye-ir when the slate companies completed their connections. 1 he extension to Rhyd-ddu had not answered as well as had been expected. There WPR a good coal traffic there, but the reason of tht deficiency in that branch was that the Gian'rafon Quarry Company did not send down much coal at present, and the West Snowdon Quarry had not yet com- menced working, although they professed to be beginning last summer. Captain Fuller proposed that the report and accounts be passed and Mr C. W. Chute seconded the motion, which was adopted. Mr Chute proposed and Onptain Fuller seconded the re-election of the retiring directors, Messrs J. C. Russell and A. Fitzgibbon. Messrs Gane and Jackson, the auditors, were then re-elected, and this concluded the business of the meeting.

ITHE CONVICT LAMSON.

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EXTRACTS.

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AI DARING BURGLARY NEAR CORWEN.

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