BOOTS FOR THE MILLION SHOES FOR ALL CLASSES i SLIPPERS; TO SUIT ALL W. H. HOCKING Be £ 3 to inform the Public generally that he has received his New Stock of Autumn & Winter Goods Which are Reliably Good, and will be Quoted at LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. REPAIRS.'NEATLY AND? CHEAPLY EXECUTED WITH PROMPT 'DESPATCH. NOTE AinraFes W. H. HOCKING, 3, CAROLINE-STREET, near Post Offlcc, 6J BRIDGEND. DMMYEff-PLACE REPRESHIEIT ROOMS, (Nea.r the New Bridge, BRIDGEND.) HOT JJIXNEES JJAILY. WELL-AIRED BEDS. HENRY BALL. [A CARD.] ALLAN J WATERS ARCHITECT & SURVEYOR. 136, NOLTON-STREET, BRIDGEND. Late ?.u Assistant-Surveyor of the v. Barry and Cadoxton Local Board. THE JpARMERS' SUPPLY STORES. THE SEASON'S GOODS. HAY PIKES (PARKE'S WARRANTED), ALL SIZES. HAY RAKES (NATURAL FORK). SHEEP SHEARS, BARLEY FORKS, SPARS (LONG AND SHORT). GALVANISED CORRUGATED SHEETS FOR ROOFING. vCHURNS, CHEESE PRESSES, AND VATS. MILK-PANS, MILKING BUCKETS, AND ALL DAIRY UTENSILS KEPT IN STOCK. CRAGOE AND BROWN, BRIDGEND. ¡ TEA. I s I I I II sBcTaaOylls UHed GEItHnY hCde T eiyascaB. looy EmnCtS, ehhT s aibnt fuarTt T, oEmEA amA ny Sd cHoaMmE n eOs TETsHVf'raEEonmR R d J. W. ROBERTS, I TEA MERCHANT, BRIDGEND. II EAGLE IMPLEMENT, SEED, AXD MANURE STORES. QOWBRIDGE. EJOHN begs to inform FARMERS AND OTHERS that he has a large lot of HOME- GROWN CLOVERS from the neighbourhocd of libawama and Penmark, imported ITALIAN RYE GRASS, splendid ALSYKE WHITE DUTCH TREFOIL, all of srood samples. Home-grown old sort SANFOIN. Growers' names given. Agent for Adam's Celebrated Manures. A LARGE STOCK OF SEASON S IMPLEMENTS. Ay Inspection INVITED. J. & C. SANIEY, JpAMILY QROCERS, JgRIDGEND. TEA IN TINS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. IMbs. of 1/4 Tea at 1/3 per lb. — 12/6 51b tin — 6/3 lOJbs. of 1/8 Tea at 1/6 per lb. — 15/- 5lb tin — 7/6 10lba 01. 2/- Tea at 1/10 per lb. — 18/4 Sib tin — 9/2 lOttra. of 2/4 Tea at 2/2 per lb. — 21/3 51b tin —10/10 lOIbs. of 2/8 Tea at 2/6 per lb. — 25/- 51b tin — 12/6 IMbe of 3/- Tea at 2/9 per lb. — 27/6 51b tin — 13/9 IOlba best 3/4 Tea at 3/- per lb. — 30/- 51b tin — 15/- CEYLON, 1/10 & 2/- PER LB. Carriage Paid for Cash. "JONES rpHOMAS & Co., UNDERTAKERS & COMPLETE FUNERAL FURNISHERS. EVERY REQUISITE FOR FUNERALS OF ALL CLASSES. The only Proprietors of Hearses, Sliellibiers, Ac. in the district. (HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCK. 1 ¡ VERE-STREET, CADOXTON. BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, & DEATHS BIRTH. CRABB.—On^be ?Crd in-t. at No. 2. Sita^on-ierraca, Cador^on, Ise wile of Mr. J. C.abb, oeal merchant, of a son. MARRIAGES. HOWELLS—WALLIXGTON.—On the IStfh inst, at Coity Parish dhr":ch, Bild^end, Alfred Howells, ironmonger's r-cist. nt, B 'dgend, to If" A J.xla. 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BRIDGEND. HOPE MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT CLASS.—On Thr sclay evening 'ast week this class held its usual meeting at the schoolroom. Owing to being disap- pointed in not hearing a paper by Mr. J. Quannby (Aberkenfig), an impromptu evening was decided upon. Several of the subjects were both humorously and edifyingly dilated upon, and altogether a pleasant evening was spent. VVESLEYAX MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT CLASS.— On Friday evening, at the Wesleyan Schoolroom, a goodly number of members attended the meeting of the above class. A Bible reading was held, and several instructive points were adduced to all. FOOTBALL.—The Crdiff United Club journeyed down to Bridgend on Wednesday to try conclusions with the loc.\1 team. The Cardiff team included no less than seven of the Cardiff First. A pretty bit of passing, started by Emery, resulted in Brown Gregory nearly scoring. Af.er fluctuating play, Emery let Fred Jones into the home 2" where he was well brought down by Gregory. The ball was worked back injo the visitor's ground, and Ivor James and Gregory looked dangerous. At last James dribbled to the line, and, upsetting Fitzgerald, Mahoney scored an easy try, which was not converted. Before lulf-time the homesters were unluckily in not aga;n scoring, Fell missing a chance on t'.1e line. At half-time the score sMd: Bridgend, 1 try 4 minors; Cardiff, nil. After breathing time, Cardiff at once assumed the aggressive, and Bigs^s scored an ea:,y try, which was successfully negotiated. Rooney, soon after, scored another try from some excellent passing. Bridgend now woke up, and Emery made a magnificent run, getting through the whole pack, and only being pushed into touch by Fitzgerrld near the line. Soon after the home captain essayed a drop, which fell just a few inches wide. His brother, however, followed up, and scored a try, from which Mahoney kicked a splendid goal. After Emery, Fell, and Gregory had only missed scoring t.irough the cool judgment of Fitzgerald, the Cardiff men worked the ball up the field, and Rooney again scored a try, which was converted. Later on Rooney repeated the performance. The final score was: Cardiff, 2 goals 2 tries and 4 minors; Bridgend, 1 goal 1 try and 4 minors; or 14 points to 7. Fitzgerald, though dis- appointing, put in some good work for Cardiff, and his punts were excellent. Rooney was the besl; of the th-ee-qusrters, and Selwyn Bifrgs worked hard. For Bridgend Emery and Brown Gregory pl&yed a grand game, and Fell and Ivo. James did good work. The Homesters' defeat was only less glorious than victory. The umpires were Messrs. A. Arman and T. D. Scho- fit the referee was Mr. James Gregory. I owe my child's life to the use of LEWIS'S PECTORAL BALSAM. I would not be without a bottle of it for the world."—Is. l £ d. per bottle.
NANTYMOEL. TEMPORARY TRANSFER OF LICENSE.—Mr. John Davies was granted a temporary transfer of the license of the Court Coin an Hot I at the Bridgend Police- court on Saturday.
TYNtWYDD. TRANSFER OF LICENSE.—The Bridgend magis- trates, on Saturday last, granted the application of Mr. Albert Lewis for the licence or the Fox and Hounds public-hor-e. Mr. John Davies was the former tenant.
NEATH. CANTATA.—On Thursday evening last. at the Gwyn Hall, Root's popular cantata, entitled The Hay- iral ers," was performed in character by Siloh choir, under the able conductorship of Mr. D. R. Stewart. Among those present were the Mayor, Mr. W. B. Trick and Mrs. Trick, Mr. John Arnold. ex-Mayor, Mr. J. B. Davies and Mrs. Davies. Mr. Hopkin Morgan, and Mr. A. Russell Thomas. The programme was a 'ong and varied one, and was performed excel- lently well, mucll to the credit of the choir and its con- ductor, who have laboured hard to get the piece up to perfection. This choir has given similar performances before, and has, by its excellence of singing, gained a wide reputation, and by these performances has aided .veriady to lessen the debt of the chapel, to wV';h cause the proceeds are each time devoted. They have been asked to give a second performance of this cantata, and they in end doing so in a short time. We should have mentioned that the accompanists were—Piano- forte, Mr. S. Arnold; American organ, M. E. Davies, who, needless to say, performed their parts excellently. MUNICIPAL ELECTION —Thero is likely to be a lively time of it in Neath over the municipal election, to take place on the 2nd proximo. There are six candi- dates for the four seats which will become vacant. Four of these are backed by the Liberal Club—vi-i., Mr. Edward Davies, Mr. J. B. Davier, Mr. William Cribh, and Mr. A. Russell Thomas Mr. Howel Cuthbertson, the county coroner, has, at the earnest j request of a large number of ratepayers, decided to contest. Mr. Cutnberinon is a most effie'ent man to occupy a seat in the Council Chamber, a fact which he amply proved during the number of years he served as a Town Councillor before, during whi"h time he was elected mayor. He contested a seat at the last elec- tion, and it is believed that the only recson why he was not elected was that he was not a resident of tho town; but now that he has moved inj) the neighbour- hood there can hardly be a doubt but that he will be elected. Mr. Edmund Law, a well-known figure in the County Courts, being a buyer of old debts, is another candidate. He has been defeated on one or two occa- sions before, but seems to go to this poll with more ardent hopes of success than on former cicasions. He will certainly get much sympathy in the Melyncrythan district for his recent acts of charity towards those who suffer from the tin works strike there. Mr. J. B. Davies has lost much of his popularity because of certain injudicious proceedings on his part, and the general belief is that he stands very little chance of success. Mr. Thomas Russell comes out to contest the seat rendered vacant by the withdrawal of Mr Wm. Griffiths. Mr. Thomas is a comparatively young man, a. solicitor in the town, is very energy ic, and would, perhaps, iu spite of his inexpe 'rice, serve the ratepayers well. Mr. Law, in his printed address, says he will publicly address the electors at the usual meeting held on the night prior to the election day but was Mr. Law aware that that night happens to be this time a Sunday night ? AN INTERESTING MEETING was held on Tuesday evening last at the Council Chamber of the Gwyn Hall. the occasion being a presentation to the Rev. D. W. Elias, Calvinistic Methodist minister, who is leav- ing the town for Liverpool. Mr. F. J. Gibbons occu- pied the chair. The meeting was addressed by the chai-.ran and several of the ministen of the town, who spoke of Mr. Elias in very flattering terms. The presentation consisted of an elaborate address and a purse of money, and a beautiful framed certificate of membership was presented by the Rcchabite Friendly Society. Very appropriate songs were excellently sung by Mr. Frank Joshua and Miss Evans of Dow- lais, and a quar ,ette was well rendered by Messrs, Dd. Thomas and Abraham George, and tho Misses Evans and George.
COWBRIDGE. TOWN COUNCIL ELECTION.—The mayor (Alder- man Edward Jobn) sat at the Town-hall on Monday to receive nominations and objections, if any, for the four vacant seats in the town council. The four re- tiring members only were nominated, namely—Messrs. D. Tilley, carriage builder; Thomas Thomas, hotel- keeper; Lewis Jenkins, brewer; and Frederic Miles, grocer. There will be no contest.
OGMORE VALLEY. PREACHING SERVICES.—On Sunday and Monday last the balT-yearly preachii.g services of the Welsh Culvinisjic Methodists at Tynewydd were held. The preachers were the Rev. Lewis Jones, Treherbert, and the Ret>W. H. Thomas, Maesteg. Collections were made ftbfe&ch meeting towards the building fund. MINING CLASS.—On Monday evening next. at 6.30 o'clock. Mr. J. M. Wallace, the manager of the Ffaldau Collieries, will start a mining class at Tynewydd Schoolroom. Mr. T. W. Job, Tynewydd, will take the name of anyone desirous of joining, of whom also the term3 may be had. Mr. Wallace has the reputation of being an excellent teacher in this subject. He has suc- cessfully conducted several mining classes atTreharris and at the Garw Valley before. It is to be hoped that the young men of the place will take advantage of this opportunity.
CROESFAEN (LLANTRISSANT). MINISTERIAL CALL.—The Calvinistic Methodist Chrrch of the above place has gi ven an unanimous call to the Rev. Barac Rees, Pontypridd, con of the great composer of rnunc, Alaw Ddu, Llanelly, io become thei • pastor. The rev. gentleman has not yet sent his reply, which the church are looking forward to be favourable.
ALLEGED ASSAULT AT CADOXTON. THURSDAY.—Before Mr. O. H. Jones (chairman), and General Lee. Albert Luen, 9, Porthkerry-road, Barry, was charged with causing an obstruction in Barry Dock-road. Barry, and with being disorderly and using filthy language on the 12th inst.—His brother Alfred was charged with assaulting Police-constable Handcock in tho execution of his duty.—There was a counter charge against the constable of assaulting Albert Luen. The affair arose out of a disturbance on the part of a man and woman near Barry Market, the constable alleging that the men interfered with him, and that Alfred Luen assaulted him. Several witnesses were called on either side. The Bench, in dismiss- ing all the charges, said it was, however, evident that the Luens did interfere with the constable, and that the latter was thoroughly justified in taking them into custody. The constable, how- ever, should be warned not to use excessive rough- nesa in conveying persons to the station.
Whenever I have symptoms of Hoarseness i oming on, I always fly to my favourite remedy, LEWIS'S PECTORAL BALSAM, tahe a doae or two, and am right again."— U, Iii. and 2s, Sd. per bottle J t
PONTYPRIDD. BILLIARD HANDICAP.—During last week a billiard handicap took place at the Liberal Club rooms, in which about 30 members took part. Con- siderable excitement was mani rested in each game of the first heat, which came to an end on Friday evening last. We here append the names of the winners of the first heat, with the number of points by which they defeated their opponents in a game of 150 up H. P. John (the oldest member of the c'ub), 29; LI. Llewellyn, 41; F. J. Harris, 8; D. Lewis, 14; J. Mcintosh (Scotchman), 46 H. J. Llewellyn, 12 E. Webster, 12; George Lewis, 28; H. Evans, 13; E. Llewellyn, 1; R. A. Lewis, 22; Gwilym Hughes, 45 J. M. Ross, 33 W. H Thomas, 17 and H. Oliver, 18. The handicappers were Messrs. Dibbin and McMor- land, and it is but fair to mention that they discharged their duties in an admirable manner, and hAve satis- faction to all. THE TEMPLE.—On Sunday and Monday last, the formal opening took place of the new Temple Baptist Chapel, at High-street, Pontypridd. Special services were held on both days, the officiating ministers being the Rev. J. R. Jones, Pontypridd; D. M. Davies, B.A., Newport; and Mrs. Ray, of London. Each evening during the week mission services were also held at the chapel. We are glad to be able to state that the young church under the pastoral care of the Rev. E. Cule is progressing satisfactorily. THE PEOPLE'S PARK.—On Saturday last, in the presence of a large number of spectators, a bicycle race for ;1;.20 took place over a three-mile course in the above park between E. Morgans, Pontygwaith, and H. T. Richards, Treharris. After a most exciting race Richards won amid loud applause.—On Saturday and Monday (Mabon's Day) next grand sports will take place at the Park. INQUEST.—An inquest was held on Saturday even- ing last, at the Cross Inn, High-street, before Mr. E. B. Reece, on the body of a little girl named Gwenllian Ware, who met with her death the previous evening through suffocation. It seems that the little ones put a lump of dough in her mouth, and fell down, and it is supposed that the dough entered her wind-pipe, and thus choked her.—A verdict of ;¡ Accidental death was returned. THE BOHEE BROTHERS.—On Monday and Tues day evening last the Bohee Brothers and their cele- brated Operatic Ministrel combination entertained large audiences at the Town-hall, Pontypridd. The first part of the programme consisted of a miscellane- ous musical entertainment, in which most of the troupe took part. The second part partook more of the dramatic and musical style, but was equally as good, the manipulating of the banjo calling for special attention. The three Ottos, a group of excellent tumblers, wero much admired, and generally speaking the entertainment throughout was well worth a visit. BOARD OF GUARDIANS.—TheJt>rdinary fortnightly meeting of the Pontypridd Board of Guardians was held at the Union offices on Wednesday last, Mr. Evan John, J.P., in the chair.—A letter was read from Mr. R. Willians, the treasurer, stating that he had transferred the account ef the Board to the South Wales Union Bank, Pontypridd.—Mr. W. Prichard gave notice of motion that he would, at the next meet- ing, propose that the treasurer should be requested to give additional security.—A letter from the clerk of tI-, Lor ,1 Board, having reference to some privies which abutted on High-street, was referred to the Building Committee.—The master's report was also read and referred to the Visiting Committee. I have suffered a great deal from Bronchitis fo: many years, and since I was recommended to try your PECTORAL BALSAM have never known it fail to give instant relief."—Is. lid. and 2s. 9d. per bottle.
TREHERBERT. PROPOSED COTTAGE HOSPITAL.—On Thursday evening last a meeting was held at the Bute Hotel, Treherbert, for the purpose of discussing 1;he advisa- bility of establishing a Cottage Hospital in the district. The chair was occupied by Alderman W. Morgan, and there were present, Dr. Warburton, Mr. Crawshay, anr1 a number of colliery managers anù checkwoighers resident in the district. A Jong and &omewhat desultory discussion took place, and the majority of those present seemed opposed to the scheme. How- ever. it was eventually decided to adjourn the question votix it became known what the promoters of the movement at Porth decided upon. PROPOSED NEW STATION.—We are informed that it is the intention of the Taff Vale and the Rhondda and Swansea Bay Railway Companies to erect a large and commodious station at Treherbert close to the main raad, and in a more convenient spot than where the present edifice stands. A new loop line will also be constructed to connect the metals of each company.
TREORKY. THE PROPOSED LIBRARY.—On Thursday evening last a meeting of tho Works Corcmittee of the Pare and Dare Collieries was held, and it was .esolved to erect a large and e^tensire library building in the town, which would be mcintaired by a poundage, pro- vided the Ocean Collieries advance sufficient money on interest to establish the institution wiuhoat further delay. The new building will be erected near the rail- way station.
LLWYNYPIA. PROPOSED MONUMENT TO WILLIAM MASON.— It is stated that a movement has been set on foot by the inhibitant3 of Llwynpia and the adjacent districts to institute a fund in order to obtain a memorial stone to be placed on the grave of the unfortunate man William Mason, who so gallantly lost his life in his endeavour to save Harry Tibbs from a watery grave during the recent flood. IMPROVEMENTS.—The road leading from Heolfach to the Llwynpia Station is now undergoing great al- terations, being widened and otherwise improved. Many new houses are also being erected on the side of the same, and a new line of telegraph wires are being laid between Llwynypia and Ystrad. THANKSGIVING SERVICES. — On' Monday last, harvest thanksgiving services were held at the Salem Welsh Congregational Chapel, Llwynypia, the pastor of which is the Rev. T. G. Jenkyn. We are glad to be able to state that the attendance at the same was much larger than it has been for some years.
MOUNTAIN ASH. OBITUARY.—This week we have the sad duty 1.. perform of recording the death of Mrs. Little, the wife of Mr. W. Little, Cwmpennar (a member of the Local Board, which took place on Friday morning last. Mrs. Little had been in a weak state of health for some time past, but no one thought her death was so near, and mucn sympathy is felt with the family in their sudden bereavement. LOCAL BOARD.—The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Mountain Ash Local Boa~d was held on Monday last, Mr. Alderman Jones In the chair.—A vote of con- dolence was unanimously passed with Mr. W. Little in his bereavement.—A letter from Mr. W. Swalne, Dyffryn, was read, intimating that the inhabitants of the town were raising a public fund in order to have a town clock, and asking whether, should the movement be successful, the Board would provide a suitable place for the same.—The Board consented to do so.—With- reference to the proposed motion to join the Ponty- pridd main sewer, the Clerk was instructed to commu- nicate with the Pontypridd and Ystrad Joint Boards, asking their terms for taking away the sewage of the district in the Aberdare Vailey.—The medical officer reported that since the last meeting 24 new cases of scarlet fever had been notined, and two fresh cases of enteric fever.
RHONDDA VALLEY. SWINE FEVER —It was reported at the meeting of the Contagious Diseases Act Committee of the Glamor- gan County Council, held at Cardiff on Friday last, that swine fever was very prevalent in the Rhondda Valley. THE BAPTIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY.—Sunday last was specially set aside by the Baptist denomina- tion in the upper part of the Valley for the purpose of raising a fund in aid of the above society. Most of the ministers of the various churches interchanged pulpits, and the sermons dealt with the history, progress, and the present needs of the society. We understand that a substantial sum was netted.
YNYSYBWL. WINTER ENTERTAINMENTS.—The members of Tabernacle Independent Chapel have once more com- menced their winter entertainments in the form of readings. They are, it appears, to be held fortnightly, the first of the series having been held on Wednesday, the 21st inst. I hear also that the members of Zion. English Baptist Chapel are following suit, their first entertainment is expected to come off next week. SCIENCE AND ART CLASSES.—These classes will commence 2nd of next month, and will be held at the Trerobert Board Schools. Two subjects have been taken up this session, Mathematics and Principles of mining," and will be taught by Mr. W. R. Harries and Mr. Rhys Llewelyn respectively. Mr. J. T. Davies, cashier, has again undertaken to perform the duties of secretary to these classes. THE CEMETERY.—We understand that the Bishop of Llandaff has intimated his readiness to consecrate the Ynysybwl cemetery on condition that no chapel shorld be erected there.it.
PORTH. FORTHCOMING LIBERAL CONFERENCE.—A cir- cular letter has been sent out by the Executive Corn mittee of the Rhondda Labour and Liberal Association to each Nonconformist Chapel in the Rhondda Valley to request them to send one or two delegate to a con- ference which will be held on Wednesday, Nov. nth, to further promote the Disestablishment campaign inaugurated at Pontypridd last month. The chief item of discussion will be the best means of raising funds for the successful carry out of th3 proposed work.
YSTRAD. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES were on Saturday, Srn- c ay, and Monday last held in connection with ihe Jerusalem Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Church, Ton, Ystrad, when the pulpit was occupied by the Revs. Dr. H. Jones, Liverpool; John Hughes, Carneddau and Grffith Owen, Wrexham. The chapel during each and all of the meetings was well filled, the preaching being most powerful, and the collections reaching a goodly sum. FREE EDUCATION. — Since the adoption of the Free Education Act by the Ystrad School Board the number of parents proceeded against for refusing to aend their children to school has been on the increase. On Monday last no fewer tha i 120 such c-ges were heard before the magistrates, and fines of 51. inflicted m UIU0311 uiacs. jliic iiucs aLuuiuibcu in uue to £25. Owing to the very large number of these cases it is impossible for the press to take notice of them, consequently the fathers of the chil- dren are in ignorance of the fact that they are fined, the money being paid in most cases by the mothers. However, much credit is due to the officers of the Board for their vigilance. "DAFYDD EVANS, FFYNONHENRY."—On Wednes- day evening last a lecture on the above lecture was delivered by the Rev. B. Thomas, Narberth (Myfyr Emlyn), to a large audience at Siloam Chapel, Gelli, Ystrad. The chair was occupied by Mr. Jacob Ray, and the audience seemed delighted with the excel1 ent manner in which Mr. Thomas described one who may be well called the oddest member of the Welsh pulpit.
MARDY. A SINGULAR DEATH.—Whilst two men, named Thomas Walters, a collier, and Charles Healun, were running a friendly race on the street, the former came in contact with a street hydrant which he had not previously noticed, and fell heavily to the ground. The injuries which the poor man received were of a most frightful character, ard he died in about half an hour afterwards. Walters was a married man, and a native of Tredegar. Our readers will remember that it was only last week we called attention to the dangerous state of the roads and streets at Mardy. Perhaps this dreadful accident will awaken the Ystrad Local Board to the sense of its duties.
CILFYNYDD. A TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.—On Friday evening last a resolution was passed at the mining class heartily congratulating Mr. Henry Davies on his appointment as travelling lecturer in mining and geology, under the Technical Education Committee of the county. The members, however, whilst congratulating their teacher, regretted that he had to sever his connection with the various classes he had formed in the district, and which had been conducted for so many years with such succss.
PONTYPRIDD POLICE-COUHT. Before the Stipendiary, and Mr. T. P. Jenkins. ATTEMPTED HIGHWAY ROBBEPY.—Da^ id Wil- liams and William Marks were brought up in custody charged with attempting to rob a farmer named Ithel Williams, Gelliiwlch, Llanwonno, on Monday night list. From the evidence of the complainant it appeared that he was walking home, and when about a mile from Pontypridd the two defendants came up to him, and one of them tried to put his hand in his (the witness') pocket. The farmer had a gun in his hand, and told the would-be robbers to stand back or he would shoot them. He then made them walk before him all the way home, where he put them in charge of two servant men, and went himself to fe.;ch a policeman. He had, at the time, about £3 5s. in his pocket.—Defendants denied the charge, and the case was dismissed, no corroborative evidence being forthcoming. LARCENY.—-William Pitten and John Thomas, colliers, working at the Maritime Colliery, were charged with a larceny of £2 3s. The facts of the case were that the men had received the money due to another man, named Thomas Rowlands. It appeared that Rowlands had for two years worked under the number 194, but by mistake these men obtained the wages due to No. 194.—Mr. D. Rhys (Messrs. Morgan Rhys) contended that it was the duty of the defendants to make known the mis- take when they found it out. ri .ie Stipendiary said the point was whether the men knew at the time they were paid whether it was a mistake or not. If the defendants were honest men they would have returned the money afterwards, but according to the law they were only guilty if they knew of the fraud at the time. Mr. Rhys replied that the men had promised to restore the money on condition that they were kept at work. William Homes, cashier, said he paid the money to William Pitten, who had a joint ticket with John Thomas. The right amount due to them was 4s. 8d. It was a'ter the pay that he found out the mistake, and when he did he asked Pitten whether he had received too short. Witness then pointed out the mistake, and then h3 admitted having received it and signed a receipt, and promised to repay the money if they obtained a good stall. The Stipendiary thought that a jury might think that the cashier was as negligent as them- selves. He would order them to pay 30s. each towards the cost. FIGHT FOR A GIRL.—Benjamin Joseph Wicks charged Aithur Goodfield with assaulting him on the 23rd. Iv appears that the complainant was keepirg con p: ny with a M'ss Lewis, a dress- maker, and c Friday night uhe defendant saw the two together, and. bfing jealous, he struck him twice in tl e face and oace in the side. The defen- dant, however, denied having ouched him.—Miss Annie Le". is said she was out with the complain- ant on Friday, when Goodfield came up, and Wicks told him he was not wanted. Goodfie'd, however, pushed him aiid struck him.—He was fined £1, including cr 1b. STEALING PEARS.—David Ejwa-ds, William Jones, Benjamin Reynolds, and George Gaze, all boys resident at Pontypridd, we.e charged with stealing a quantity of pear- the property of Rodf ick Vick, greeng -ocer.- The Bench ordered them to receive each r 'x strokes of the birch rod. STEALING A WATCH.—William Thomas Israel, an engine clriver, was charged with stealing a watch from Daniel Evans, Gelligaled-road, Ystrad, It seems that the prosecutor came to Pontypridd on the 8th of September, and went to the Ivy Bush hotel, where, after a while, he fell asleep. When he awoke about ten o'clock he found the watch gone. He did not see the defendant in the house at all. The following day he met the defendant at the Red Lion Inn, and he admitted having taken the watch, and pawned it.—Barnett Isa* T>o •: h, said that the defendant pawned the wa ,c at his father's shop, and obtained 10s. 6d. for it.—The Bench committed the prisoner to take his trial at the next assizes. ANOTH; R THEFT.—James Williams was charged with pawning a watch worth £4 -*s., the property of Thomas Andrews, Wcod-road, Pontypridd. It appears that the defendant had bought the watch from the prosecutor, and promised to pay lOt. per fortnight. He paid 15s. on delivery. He had since paid 27s., and then went away. The watch produced by Police-constable Rees Davies was the article sold.—Otto Faller, a pawnbroker, at Ponty- pridd, said the watch was pawned at his shop on the 6th of June last by the prisoner. The value of the watch was £1 12s. 6d.—The Stipendiary said the man had already paid the value of the watch, but yet he did not say there was nothing unjust in the sale, as they ran a great risk. He wou'd fine the defendant £1, or send him for a month's imprisonment.
YSTRAD POLIQE COURT. Before Messrs. Ignatius Williams (stipendiary), Dr. Parry, and W. Jenkins. ASSAULTS.—James Thorne and James Spa-k, of Gelli, Ystrad, were charged by Susannah Griffiths and Mary Jane Jones for assault.—The cases ihrorgh- out were so complicated that the magistrates had to dismiss the two charges against Spark, and one against Thorne, but the latter had to pay £ 1. for assaulting Mrs. Griffiths.—Isaac Hurlon, a green- grocer from Pentre, was chargcd with assaulting his wife. On Friday night last the defendant came home drunk, aid cruelly abused his wire, blacking her eye, cutting her lip, dragging her hair, breaking her ring, and otherwise rriltreat' ng her.—The Bench ordered him to pay the costs, or go to prison for a month, and granted a separa- tion order the wife with 103. per week towards her maintenance. — Will'am Williams, of Ystrad, was charged with assaulting Da\ id Davies, on Saturday night. Wil- liams was sent to gaol for a month, beirg unable or unwilling to pay the fine of £2, wl :ch was im- posed. — John O'Neale and John Weigh were charged with crcatirg a disturbance on Saturday night, at the Half Moon, Pontypridd. Both were sent for a mouth's ho1 day to Cardiff Gaol.—A young man named William Joon was summoned for assaulting his landlady, Savah Bartlett, of Pentre, on the night of the 15th. A warrant wa3 issued for John's arrest, as he was not present. STEALING COAL.—Jane Walliogton (10), Laura Webb (11), Mary Jane Powell (15), Mary Jane Prichard (15), and Jane Gelson, an elderly woman, were cha-ged with stealing 170 pounds of coal from the Llwynypia Colliery yard, on Friday morning lart.—Gelsoj, Webb, and Powell were each fined 10s., the other two being discharged with a caution.
OGMORE ANGLING ASSOCIA- TION. On Monday evening last the fi -st annual meet- ing of this association was held at the Board Schools, Bridgtnd. Mr. Edwin Price, J.P., was voted to the chair, and amongst those present were, Messrs. Morgan (Pentremeyrick), F. Bart- lett (hon. sec.), J. G. Jenkins, Griffith Dav es, John Phillip?, F. James, J. P. Davies, J. Price, A. Will'ams, F. Butler, W. Jones, T. Thomas, — Whitehead, — Barnfield, J. Donovan, W. Harris, R. H. Dyer, and Carr.—The Secretary said that the association should get better terms from Lord Dunraven. Now their membership was restricted to 40 active members, they should be p lowed 10 more; for even then the river would not be over-fished. They should be allowed to issue daily, and weekly tickets, and to amal- gamate with the Cardiff Assc jiation for fishing the river ISwenny. The Bridgend Board of Coaso,Vwtor8 snouid also allow them to issue trout and salmon licences, and the association should get a five years' lease.—Mr. Morgan remarked, amid applause, that the Board of Conservators should do some- thing to preserve the river.—A deputation, consist- ing of Messrs. J. G. Jerkins, R. II. Dyer, and F. Bartlett, was appointed to meet and confer with Mr. Irving.—The statement of accounts was passed, showing receipts amounting to £28 4s. 9d., and expenditure of £17 17s. Id., leaving a bailee of £11078. 8d.—Mr. J. Donovan won the medal- lion for the two biggest trout, weighing l^lbs. each. The next best were Messrs. Whitehead, 15oz. and 17ox. Eamfield, 12oz.; Dyer, 12oz. and 17oz.; G. David, 12oz.; and Bartlett, 8=Voz. and ll^oz.—It was decided to meet monthly during the winter, Mr. Morgan, who is leaving the dis- trict, promising to supply the Fishing Gazette and Land and Water for three months, and Mr. J. G. Tenkins (Board Schools), an amusing paper.—A vote of condolence was passed with the widow of Mr. John Jdnkins, a late member of the associa- tion.—After votes of thanki had been passed to the secretary and chairman, Mr. Morgan (Pentre- meyrick), a salmon weighing 61b., caught by him that day, was lying on the table, said that the Ogmore was a purer stream than the Llynvi or Garw, and that it was better now than he ever re- membered it.—This concluded the proceedings.
FORTHCOMING VISIT OF THE REV. J. OSSIAN DAVIES. The Barry Congregational Church are to be congratulated upon having secured the Rev. J. Ossian Davies, of Bournemouth, to deliver a lecure entitled Dr. Moffat the Missionary," on Friday evening next, November 5th, at the Congregational Chapel, Windsor-road, Barry, when the chair will be taken by Major Jones, Penarth. The Rev. Ossian Davies was born at Cardigan in 1853, and after spending some years in a printing office, became sub-editor of a Welsh paper, published at Merthyr. In 1873 he entered Brecon College, where he spent a very successful career. After refusing a press- ing offer to succeed the late Dr. Rees, Gwilym Hiraethog," at Liverpool, he in 1877, when 24 years of age, accepted the pastorate of a Welsh church at Llanelly. After a most success- ful four years' ministry, he accepted an invitation to the Countess of ILU.^i/ngdon's English Church, Swansea, where he successfully ministered to an ever-inc -easing number for three years. In 1884 he accepted, after great hesitation, a pressing call from the New Court Church, Tollingdon Park, London, and during his three years' ministry raised the membership "rom 390 to nearly 1,000. Before he left for Bournemouth, an arrangement was made by which the church at Finsbury Park became united with the church at New Court, so that for the first time in the history of Congrega- tionalism there were two large churches presided over by two brothers and managed by one set of deacons. His ministry at Bournemouth keeps up his record of unbroken success, which is all the more wonderful as Mr. Davies, unlike most Welsh preachers, seldom preaches extempore. He is married to a Cymraes lan loew" ftrom Llan- gadock.
CHURCH BAZAAR AT BARRY. BISHOP LEWIS AND THE MORAL IT Y OF BAZAARS. At the Barry Market-hall, Barry, on Wednesday and Thursday, a grand bazaar and fancy fair was held, for the purpose of providing funds towards the erection of a new Church at Barry, the present temporary iron Church—consequent upon the rapid developement of the district—having been found quite inad oJ to meet the requirements of the locality. The large hall was exceeding well decorated, and as the bazaar was well patronised on both days, the interior of the hall presented a very attractive and gay appearance. The bazaar was opened on Wednesday by the Bishop of Llandaff. Previous to the commence- ment of the opening ceremony his lordship to- gether with the Rev. Canon Allen, rector of Porth- ker-y and Barry and the Rev. J. Plice. curate-in- charge, were photographed by Mr. W. D. Dighton, 73, Queen-street, Cardiff, as were the stall-holders in their pretty fancy costumes. Amcngst the general company present at the time of the opening ceremony, besides the stall-holders, bazaar officials, &c. (whose names are mentioned below) were General and Mrs. Lee, Mr. D. T. and Miss Alexander, the Rev. Canon Allen. M.A., Rev. J. Price, Rev. Canon Edwards (Dinas Powis), Rev. E. F. Daniell and Mrs. Daniell (Sully), Mr. James Ware. J.P. (Penarth), Rev. — and Mrs. De Heaume (Barry), Rev. J. H. S ;owell, M.A. (Barry Congregational Church), Rev. R. Usher, B.A. (Barry Dock), Dr. and Mrs. Powell. Mrs. G. Rutter, Mr. and Mrs. J. Robinson, Mr. and. R. S. Robinson, Mr. and Miss Axten, Mr. and Mrs.. J. A. Davies (Barry Hotel), Mrs. G. F. Willett, and Miss Jones (Tredogan), and Messrs. Stockwood Payn, H. Chappel, T. Matthews (Fontigary), — Beddingfield, G. Garnett (Cadoxton), — Griffin, E. J. Roberts, &c. After the Rev. Canon Allen had briefly introduced the bishop to the audience, and referred to the fact that it was through the painstaking labours of the Rev. J. Price that the new church had been found necessary, his lordship proceeded to open the bazaar. In the course of a brief but appropriate address he said he believed that there were s: ill some antiquated fossils who said that there was something immoral about bazaars. The fact that be himself was present was sufficient proof that he did not believe there was anything immoral in bazaars. (Hear, hear.) He was persuaded that in a very short time the whole of the funds would be forthcoming as a result of it. He did not ex- pect that the whole would be obtained in that room, but he could anticipate at the next meeting of the Barry directors that that body, recognising that, being responsible for bringing that large population together, they should do something Towards their spiritual necessities, and either from their funds clear off the balance required for the new church, or start a shareholders' subscription list. (Laughter and cheers.) After a few further observations his lordship declared the bazaar open amid applause. On the motion of the Rev. Canon Edwards, a cordial vote of thanks was given his lord- ship for being present. Sales were then actively proceeded with, and good business was done. Especially was this the case in the evening, when there was a crowded attendance, and when the various shows were in full swing. The bishop, with the clergy and lerding laity, lunched together, Mr. J. A. Davies catering. Pianoforte selections were given during the day, and in the evening the string band of St. Ann's, Roath, Car- diff, rendered a choice programme of music, which was much appreci: ted. The following is a list of stalls and stall-holders, as taken from the official programme Rectory stall, Miss Allen, Miss Cory, Miss C. Allen, f.-ld Mist; M. AHen (costumes, Welsh); book stall, Rev. Cancn Allen, M.A. refreshment, Miss Savours and Mrs. J. A. Davies, assisted by Miss Davies, Misses Matthews and Splckett, Mrs. TTwins, Mrs. T. Ward, Misses E. and M. Davies, L. John, M. and E.. Jobnson East Carry stall, Mrs. W. Y. Jones (fancy costume), Mrs. Edwards (" Magpie "), Mrs. Goode ("Marie Antoinette "), Mrs. T. Waters (" Red Cross Nurse"), and Mrs. Nicholls Barry Parish S'-all, Mrs. Whall ("Nurse"), Mrs. Neale (" Mercy Merrick"), Mrs. Du Heaume (" Evangeline"), assisted by Mrs. Waddell and Mrs. Beddingfield (' Gipsy"); Sun- day School S^all, Mrs. Rose, Mrs. Stockdale, Mrs. Morris Jones, and Mrs. Dyer (costume. Olivia Primrose^) assisted by Miss Axten, Miss Bedding- field (" Gipsy "), and Miss P. Reaman; Official Stall, Mrs. R. S. Robinson, Mrs. Powell, Mrs. Phillips, assisted by Miss Morgan, Miss Alice Samuel, and Miss George; Bazaar Stall, Mrs. J. Robinson, assisted by Mrs. Evans Jones ("Marguerite"), Mrs. James Price, Mrs. Gibby, Mrs. Evan Williams, Mrs. Kilby, Miss Brookes, and Miss Daunton (" Gipsy ) fruit, flower, and vegetable stall, Miss Annie Savours and Miss Alexander, assisted by Miss Amy Allen, Miss Field, and Miss Roderick World's Diorama and Panorama." A. L. M. Bonn (" Buffalo Bill"), — Howard, A. W. M. Cuttriss (" Rajah "), F. C. B. Haigh (" Cowboy "), and Walter Coventry (orator); tableaux exhibition, conducted by Mr. Bedding- field, assisted by Miss Webb, Miss Beddingfield, Miss Evans (Ship Hotel), Mr. Howells, &c.; fine art gallery, Messrs. E. A. H. Stewart, assisted by J. K. Frazer, F. J. Evans, and Leyshon (in cos- tume) Unnatural History Museum, Mr. Macrea (" Don "), assisted by Mr. J. W. Kilby galvanic battery. Mr J. H. Bishop (" Clown Fairy Well, superintended by Mrs. Du Heume (" Evangeline "), Miss Whall (" Irish Fish Girl "), and Miss Dora Jones fairies, Misses L. Herivel, E. Greig, G. 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