These trains from each end at 8 morning and 5 o'clock afternoon; calling at all the stations, and departing therefrom the same time as the daily 6 o'clock evening train, making allowances for the difference of hours of starting from each end.
All the trains carry first,second and third class passangers, In the 7'o clock morning trains, the third class carriages are seated, and the fare for the whole distance is only 2s 6d.
Passengers are required to have their tickets taken out at the respective stations at least five minutes before the time mentioned in the above tables, as trains will start to that extent sooner they arrive so as to admit of it. Passengers are booked conditionally, that is, on their being room in the respective classes of carriage of the train for which they have been booked.
The Railway Company do not hold themselves responsible for luggage unless booked and paid for according to value; and passengers are required to see their luggage placed on the train, and to have on each package their address, with the name of the ?