33. Mr. STAN TON
asked the President of the Board of Trade if the Great Western Railway Company have stopped 1839 running their motor-rail service between Dore Junction, Aberdare, and Cwmaman; that this means inconvenience to the inhabitants, who number over 10,000; if the Miners' Federation and other bodies have begged the railway company to provide some relief and that the company have not yet done so; is he aware that public meetings are being held in protest; and will he endeavour to get the Great Western Railway Company to at least run some trains each day and grant reasonable facilities to this centre?
Sir A. STANLEY
I am making inquiries into this matter, and will let the hon. Gentleman know the result.