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DRINK GALORE IRISH WHISKY. Sold at the Principal Bars in the Town. War- ranted Pure and Wholesome Spirit, a Blend of the Finest Dublin Whiskies. Vide Analytical report. SOLE PROPRIETORS CAREY AND CO., QUEEN-STREET, CARDIFF. ALSO SOLE AGENTS FOR- DEUTZ & GELDERMANN, ERNEST IRROY AND RUINART'S CHAMPAGNE. BOTTLERS OF BASS'S ALES & GUINNESS' STOUT. Telephone 593. Telegraphic Address, Galore.[207 G. H. B. /*k,, /&/ GOLDEN HOP BITTE-111; (LIGHT DINNER ALE) Is. PER GALLON. A /*>/ Is. 2d. Per Gallon Is. 2d. Per Gallon. IN 4 £ GALLON CASKS AND UPWARDS. [285 THE PUBLIC HALL, THOMPSON-STREET. BARRY DOCK. THE above spacious and convenient PUBLIC- JL HALL, suitable for holding ELECTION MEETINGS, CONCERTS. LECTURES, THEATRICAL PERFORMANCES, Anil for every other nnrpos? requiring a GOOD- SIZED. W ELL-LI IHTED. and COMMODIOUS JIALL. is AVAILABLE for PUBLIC USE on Iloasemible Terms. Full Particulars as to Letting may be obtained 011 application to—THE MANAGER. [313 CARDIFF ROn ICULTUuAL SOCIETY. 23?2. pOURTH ^NNUAL gHOW, ox VYKDN::SDAY & THURSDAY. 17TH & 18TH AUGUST, NEXT, PRIZES £300. Foi: Schedules. &c;. r.pplv to II. GILLETT, 60, Wooiville-road. Secretary. Cardiff. [315 Tondu and Å berkenfig Friendly Societies' FETE AND GALA POSTPONED TO MABON'S DAY, SEPTEMBER 5TH, 1892. FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT— NINE ASIDE, HANDICAP. BczVree: MR. A. J. DAYIES, Cardiff Harlequins. [337 MacGregor & Sons, J^ONUMEN TAL WORKS, KENILWORTH ROAD, CADOXTON. MONUMENTS IN STONE. MARBLE AND GRANITE. Suop". Restaurants, kc., Fitted with Marble or Enamelled Slate at Moderate Prices. [337 j WE j RFAKE THE CAKE" I FOR FASHION & VALUE. j FOI.LY 25 PER CEXT. SAVED OK ALL PURCHASES PEL CLOTHING COMPANY, ililit LOW PRICE TAILORS, 45, St. Mary-street. Cardiff, (Opposite the Royal Hotel). F.i^endid Show of all the Newest Summer Fashions. [324 AC USE-A VALUABLE DISCOVERY. W hat Saved his Ijife. OPINION OF WELL-KNOWN MEN. Itr. ISAAC EVANS, Neath, Miners'Agent, savs:- [ bave t iken the I Coltsfoot' for severe Colds and Ho uscnes*. and have found it to be undoubtedly of V3i v -eat benefit- 'From the Rev. R. D. ROBERTS, Baptist Minister, Cathuan, Llwynhen dy. Dear >4ir.—I caught a very severe Cold, and was in oouiequence for a length of time in a most undesirable and' painful condition. I then obtMne 1 a bottie of Coltsfoot, which soon restored me to my usual health. Froni my experience of it, I heartily recommend it to thct notice of my fellow-countrymen.—Yours truly, M" Morgan W. James. Rev. It. D. RoBEUTS. COLTSFOOT, THE GRE \T CHEST HEALER AND 1 PROTECTOR, ^wmirid liqu'^ extract raaJe from the active I.; A.■ i ie9 of the '-Coltsfoot" Plant, in iBedtou-ai p V,1 tupr highlv recognised remedies. ;T^™TaRKAble. FULL OF IT*bLCLE^«NG virtues and certain cure for Coughs. Colds, r fl-I'M Hoarseness. Bronchitis, Asthma, Spitting of and^old-standing Chest Affections, commonly cVJedConsumptio". g]_ an(] 4s 6;1 each Asklor Coltsfoot, and see tb^you crt it. s':i Prepared only by MORGAN W. JAMBS, Manufacturing. Chemist, Llanelly, South Wales. jl [351 ARTISTIC FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS. TRAP NELL AND GANE, THE BEST AND MOST ECONOMICAL HOUSE FURNISHERS IN THE WEST OF ENGLAND AND SOUTH WALES. A RTISTIC F URNITURE. jgCONOMIC F URNITURE. w ELL-MADE FURNITURE. JNEXPENSIVE F URNITURE. SHOW ROOMS FOR WALES 38 & 41, QUEEN STREET, CARDIFF, JOINING-ROOM F URINITURE. JgEDROOM F URNITURE. JQRAWING-ROOM FUR.NITURE. DOUDOIR FURNITURE. B REAKF AST-ROOM F URNITURE. gILLIARD-ROOM F URNITURE. J^-ITCHEN jp URN ITURE. HomEL F URNITURE. OUR MUCH RENOWNED COTTAGE FURNITURE DEPARTMENT, 38, QUEEN-STREET, CARDIFF. TRAPNELL & GANE, Complete House Furnishers, Carpet and Linoleum Warehousemen, 31 & 41, QUEEN STREET, CARDIFF. ALSO AT COLLEGE GREEN, BRISTOL: COMMERCIAL STREET, NEWPORT. CATALOGUES FREE. ESTIMATES FREE. ALL GOODS CARRIAGE PAID TO THE NEAREST RAILWAY STATION. [239 To Builders and Contractors. TENDERS are invited for the ERECTION of 1 a BAPTIST CHAPEL and SCHOOL at NANTYMOEL, Ogmore Vale, near Bridgend. Plans and Specification to be seen at 19, Llewellyn-street, Nantymoel. Tenders, endorsed I- Tender for Baptist Chapel," to bo sent in on or before TUESDAY, August 9th. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. ALLAN J. WATERS, Architect and Surveyor, And Daventry, BRIDGEND. Northants. [635 THE DYNAS POWIS HIGHWAY BOARD. TO CONTRACTORS. rpiIE above Highway Board are prepared to re- J- ceive TENDERS for the proposed DIVER- SION and WIDENING of the PARISH ROAD, leading from the Schools to the Railway at Wenvoe. The Plans and Sections may be seen at the Dis- trict Surveyor's residence, Dynas Powis, on any Wednesday, between the hours of 3 and 5 o'clock, and on Saturdays at the Clerk's Office, John Morris, Esq., Solicitor, 20. High-street, Cardiff, between the hours of 11.30 and 1 o'clock. The Specifications may be seen and Forms of Tender obtained on application to the District Surveyor. Sealed Tenders to be sent to th3 Clerk on or be- fore TUESDAY, the 2nd AUGUST, 1892, and en- dorsed Tender for Road Improvement at Wenvoe." The Highway Board do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. FRANK LAURENS, DISTRICT SURVEYOR. July 13lh, 1892. [353 BUILDING LAND. DESIRABLE BUILDING LAND TO LET. Best part of Newport. Important frontage to main road.-For particulars apply, W. L. GRIFFITHS, Architect, 327] 22, High-street, Newport. Barry Dock Sanitary Steam laundry Company, Limited. ISSUE OF LOAN NOT EXCEEDING £ 1-500. THE DIRECTORS of the above offer for sub- scription a loan of not exceeding £ 1,500 in lots of £ 100, repayable in two years secured by trust deed on the whole of the undertaking, and carrying 6 per cent, interest from date of issue. For further pirticulars apply to Mr. David Shaw, Vere-street, Cadoxton or to Mr. F. P. Jones-Lloyd, Solicitor. Barry Dock. F352 DINAS POWIS DAIRY CLASSES. THE COMPETITION for the SOCIETIES' PRIZES for BUTTER-MAKING will take place on FRIDAY NEXT, from Ten a.m. to Four p.m., to which the Public are admitted upon payments of the nominal charge of 6d. each. [369 Barry Congregational Church. SUSDAY NEXT, JULY 24th, 1892, REV. J. II. STOWELL, M.A., Will preach Morning and Evening, at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Subject for Morning:- "THE SADUCEES" Subject for Evening "BELIEF AND CONDUCT." All Seats free. Hymn Books provided. BRISTOL CHANNEL PASSENGER SERVICE (LIMITED). DAILY SERVICE between CARDIFF and VTESTON by the Saloon Steamer LADY MARGARET. LKAVE CARDIFF. I LEAVE WEST OK. FRI.. July 22—6.20, 7.45 a.m., FRT., July 22—7.30 n.m, 1.20,. I.4#, 2.30 5.0, 6.15 p.m. 3 35, 5.0, T.30 8.0 p.m. SAT., July 23—7.15, J.15 a.m., SAT., Julv 23—S.20, a.m., Si, 15 3.15, 5.20, 7.25 p.m. 4.20, 6.21, 8.30 p.m. MON' Julv 25 — 7.10, 9.20, MON., July 25—8.10, 10.20 10.0 a.m., 4.23. 5.30. S.33 n.m. a.m., 4.15, 5.30 8.30 o.m. TfJES.. July 28 — 7.45, 9.50 TUBS., July 26 — 8.40, 11.0 a.m., 5.0. 7.10 p.m. a.m., 6.0; 8.30 p.m. YVKD., July 27 — 7.15, 9.30., WED., July 27 — 8.15, 10.30, II.50 a.m., S.15 i>.m. a.m.. 5.15. 8 30, p.m. THITRS., Jnlv 23-7.15, 9.20 I THTJRS., July 28—&I0, 10.15 a.m., 12.15, 6.45 p.m. a.m., 5\41, 8.30 p.m. FIU.. July 29—7.0, 9.20 a.m., FRI., t-ikly 23-8.5, 10.55 !I..m., 12.45, 7.25 pjtt. 6.15, 3.30 p.m. For full jiarticn'.ars see Bilta. EDWARD ROBERTSON & CO, Agents, 105, Bute Docks, Cardiff. MISCELLA'NEOUS. LEFT-OFF CLOTHES Bought and Sold for Cash JLj by Mrs. Morgan, 2, Evan-street, Barry Dock-2 doors from Victoria Hotel. [265 "TTARD WATER" TOILET SOAP.—A per- il fected Corrective of hard water, expressly manufactured for delicate skins. Highly recom- mended by medical men. Proprietor, W. R. HOPKINS, 100, High Street B.irrv. r351
R. B i s H o P, TAILOR, HOSIER & HATTER, 50, QUEEN-STREET, CARDIFF. BEST VALUE FOR CASH. N.B.—OPPOSITE THE EMPIRE. [367
VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE. 11TH COMPANY. 2ND GLAMORGAN ARTIL- LERY VOLUNTEERS. COMPANY ORDERS.—Barry Dock, 2".2nd July, 1892. Saturday (to-morrow), 23rd, members for camp will parade at Cadoxton Railway Station in full dress (the same as for the Inspection) at four pjn. sharp. By Order, (Signed) J. JUST. HA^DCOCK.Capt., Commanding Hth Company. SEVERN VOLUNTEER DIVISION ROYAL ENGINEERS SUBMARINE MINERS. BARRY DETACHMENT. Orders for the week ending 30th July, 1892 :— On Duty tapper Malsoni. All members of the Detachvnoai who are going to Plymouth to join the Corps on Saturday 30th July, 1832, will to Cardiff n.y the train leaving Barry at 9.24 a.m., and w¡¡¡ leava Cardiff at 10.35 a.m., reaching Plymouth at 3.53 p.tp. The party will be under the command of Sapper 3Iiisom. who wiil take the men to the Elphinstone- ISarracks. Uniform, Heavy Marching Order, that is, helmets, tunics, top milr 1 trousers, haversack*, water bottles leggings, rifles, side -mis. x.i l white gloves. By Or?or, J. ARTHUR HURHKS, Lieut. S.V.D.R.E., Commanding Harry Detachment.
BARRY DOCK lVEEKLY TIDE TABLE.
BARRY DOCK lVEEKLY TIDE TABLE. Morn. After. h.m. h.m. ft. in. July 22 Friday 7 59 8 19 36 6 !I 23 Saturday 8 39 8 58 33 1 „ 24 Sunday 9 IG 9 33 35 5 „ 25 Monday 9 50 105 34 3 „ 26 Tuesday 10 21 10 36 82 9 „ 27 Wednesday 10 22 113 30 11 „ 28 Thursday U 24 11 43 29 1
'Tis not in mortals to command success T but we will do more, we will deserveit." LLOYD AND COIP ANY, The Largest Distributors of MEN'S, YOUTHS", & BOYS' CLOTHING in the District, RESPECTFULLY INVITE AN INSPECTION OF THEIR IMMENSE STOCK OF FASHIONABLE CLOTHING, Made to Measure or Ready for Immediate Wear. Men's Suits, Complete, 12/6, 14/11, 16/9, 18/3, 19/11, 21/6, 25/ 27/6, 30/ to 45/ Men's Tweed and Cashmere Trousers. 3/11, 4/11, 5/11, 6/11, 7/6, 8/6, to 15/11. Youths' Tweed Suits, 7/6, 7/11. 8/6, 8/11, 10/6, 12/6, 14/6, 16/6, to 30/ Boys' Eton and Rugby Suits, 6/11, 7/11, 8/6, 9/6, 10/9, 11/6, 12/6, 13/11, to 19/6. Boys' Sailor, Jersey, Brighton, and Norfolk Knickcr Suits, 9 1/11, 2/6, 2/11, 3/6, 3/11, 4/8, 4/11, 5/11, 6/9, 7/6, to 16/6 Men's. Youths', and Boys' Underclothing of Every Description in Endless Variety, at Popular Prices. JJAT AND CAP DEPARTMENT. Includes Gentlemen's Flexible Felt Hats (Fashionable Shanes), in-Black, Brown, Drab, Slate, Tan. &c. at 1/6, 1/11, 2/6, 2/11, to 5/11. Men's and Boys' Fancy Tweeds, Cloth and Velvet Cans, in Most Approved Shapes, 2jd., 4Jd., 6Jd., 8id., to 3¡6d. l^ECHANICS' DEPARTMENT. Is Composed of Tons of the Best and Most Reliable Matces in Cord and Mole Trousers. Cord aswl Mole Vests, Duck, Drngaree, Drabette, Drill, and Serge Jackets and Trousers, &e., &c. ONE TRIAL IS SUFFICIENT TO PROVE THE SUPERIORITY OF OUR ( vOTHIN^J ;¡;¡;¡¡ NOTJE THE ADDRESS— fI8 LLOYD & COMPANY, THE LEADING CLOTHIERS AND TAILORS, MAIN-STREET, CADOXTON. NORTH BRITISH AND Mercantile INSURANCE COMPANY. FOUNDED 1809. F I R E, LIFE ANNUITIES. ASSETS EXCEED £ 10,000,000 STERLING. SOUTH WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE OFFICE :— sT. A R Y-S T R E E T, CARDIFF. LOCAL DIRECTORS:— Sir W. T. LEWIS, ROBERT FORREST, Esq.. JOHN GUNN, Esq., Sir J. J. JENKINS, Colonel CHARLES LYNE. MANAGER W. SOUTHWELL JONES. Agents Wanted where the Company is unrepresented. [152 WANTED. WANTED, TENDERS for STEAM ROUND- ff ABOUTS, SWINGS, COCOA-NUT SHIES, SHOOTING GALLERIES.SHOWS, TEA BOOTH. FRUIT STALLS, PHOTOGRAPHER, ICE CREAM STALLS, &c.. for the grand FETE and GALA on BANK HOLIDAY, at the W1TCHILL ATHLETIC GROUNDS, Cadoxton, Barry.—Address the Secretary, Mr. GEO. WILLETT, 3, Charlotte- road, Cadoxton. [352 PRINTING of all kinds, LETTERPRESS and LITHOGRAPHIC, done promptly at the "STAR" OFFICE, VERE-STREET, CADOXTON.—The Parcels Post affording great facilities for cheap and rapid transmission of Parcels, the Management will henceforth avail themselves of it to forward small parcels of circulars, Ac., to their many country custom- ers. Orders executed by return of post when so required. WANTED in Barry Do?k SITTING-ROOM and BEDROOM, with Attendance.—Apply, stating terms, to No. 56, South Wales Star office. [343 CLERKSHIP WANTED by good GENERAL CLERK; acquainted with Auctioneering, House and Estate Agencies, &c.; some knowledge of Builders' and Contractor's Work good Book-keeper and Correspondent. Firrt-class references. Moderate salary.-L. Price, West End, Builth Wells. [330 WANTED, a LIBRARIAN for the Barry Public Library. Hours of duty, 7 to 9.30 p.m. Tues- days, Thursdays, and Saturdays; also 2 to 4 p.m. on Wednesdays. He will be required to act as Secretary of Science and Art Classes if required. to do so. Salary, £ 25 per annuui. Applications to be sent to J. A. Hughes, Esq., Local Board Office, Cadoxton, before the 20th July. [306 WANTED.—Respectable BOYS to Sell the South W Wales Star at Bridgend. Good commission.- Apply at the Star Branch Office, Friday mornings. GROCERY TRADE.—WANTED, immediately, a smart, strong YOUTH as an IMPROVER indoors every comfort.-Apply first instance, J. W., Star Office, Cadoxton, Barry. [296 ANTED, COMFORTABLE LODGINGS at Cadoxton, by a respectable young man. Would share sitting room.—Apply, Cymro, STAR Office Cadoxton. [312 C^LUB AGENTS WANTED, to form Clubs tor J Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, Silver Plate, Opera Glasses, Musical Insts., &c. Members pay Is. per week Terms, Catalogues, &c.; KENDAL & DENT, 106, Cheapside, London. Splendid value. Great suc- cess. Mention Paper. Ladies' and Gents' Silver Levers 42s., worth 70s. [523 DO you want your FINGER BILLS, Handbills and Circulars conscientiously Distributed in town and country ?—Apply X. X. X., Star Office, Cadoxton. TO LET. TO BE LET.—Premises known as the ANGEL JL RESTAURANT (late in the occupation of Mrs. De Witt); Public-hall attached.—Apply, L. Y. Owen, 25, Vere-street, Cadoxton. [352 OFFICE TO LET in Pembroke Chambers, Holton- road. Barry Dock. Apply, Jones-Lloyd, Solicitor, Pembroke Chambers. [335 HOUSES TO LET.—Rents from Gs. 6d. per week. Apply at the Barry Estate Office, Market Buildings, Barry. [345 I71URNISHED APARTMENTS to Let in Cadox- Jf ton, for one or two respectable persons. Excellent sea view, close to, railway station. Terms moderate. Apply, 2, Belle-view terrace. [346 THOMPSON-STREET, TWO LARGE SHOPS, T close to Station and Shipping Offices; low rent. —Apply to G. Rutter, Contractor,- or F. Jones, House Agent, both at Market Chambers, Barry. 33, Holton-road, LARGE SHOP, suitable for Bakery. Apply as above. [318 L TO BE LET, about IS ACRES of Arable and Pasture LAND. The Arable Land well adapted for Market Garden purposes, near to< Barry and Barry Dock. Also between 10 and 12 Acres of Pasture Land in the same neighbourhood.—Apply Stephenson and Alexander, 5, High-street, Cardiff. FOR SALE. DO you desire to realise the best possible prices and secare- a numerous company when you dispose of your Landed Estate, Freehold Property, Stock Merchandise, or Household Furniture ? — See that your Advertisements are inserted in the South Walvn Star. PRINTHNG ORDERS of Every Description at P the- Office of tliis Paper. EDUCATIONAL. rpHE CADOXTON BOARDING AND x DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Will Re-Open on MONDAY, May 9tb, at the OLD COURT. IPKINCIPAL MISS SMALL. Assisted by Trained and Certificated English) and Foreign Governesses, and visiting Mas.'ters. Class for Little Boys. Governess Pupil required. Private Lessons given in Musi?, French, and German. Terms on application. [32 Z^IOWBRIDGE SCHOOL-—Preparations for all Examinations. NEXT TERM BEGINS SEP- TEMBER 14th.-For Prospectus apply to the Headmaster. [366 EYESIGHT. SPECTACLES ADAPTED TO SUIT ALL CASES OF DEFECTIVE VISION, AND FRAMES FITTED TO EVERY SHAPE OF FACE By an Optician of 25 Years Experience. SIGHT TESTED FREE. Special attention is invited to J. R. WOOD'S Celebrated PERISCOPIC PEBBLE SPECTACLES and FOLDERS. 1,000 TESTIMONIALS Rceceived during the last Three Years. J. R. WOOD, OPTICIAN, 4, Castle Arcade,.High-Street,! 201] CARDIFF. THE SCHOLASTIC TRADING CO., LTD., 7, ST. JOHN'S SQUARE, CARDIFF. SCHOOL BOOKS. SCHOOL MATERIALS. JgOOKSELLERS AND gTATIONERS. NEW MAP OF GLAMORGAN, 6 FEET BY 4 FEET 6 INCHES, Fully Coloured for School or Office use. JUST PUBLISHED. [2Q0 I'I-OETLINK !—FOB THE TEETH AND BBEATH.—A few drops of the liquid "Florilme" sprinkled on a wet tooth-brush produces a plc,.snnt lather, which thoroughly cleanses the teeth from all parasites or impurities, hardens the gums, prevents tartar, stops decay, gives to the teeth a peculiar peaiiy-whiteuejs, and a delightful fragrance to the breath. It removes all unpleasant odour arising from decayed teeth or smoke. "The "Fragrant Floiilinc," being com- posed ia part of Honey and sweet herbs, is delicious to the taste, and the greatest toilet discovery of the age. Price 2s. Gd., of all Chemists and Perfumers. Whole- sale depot, 33, Farringdon Road, London. HOME (JURE FOF DEAFNESS.—A book by a noted Aural Surgeon, describing, a System of curing Deaf- ness and Noises in the Head by which a self-cure is effected at home. The Rev. D. H. W. Harlock, of the Parsomige, Milton-under-Wynchwood, -writes:—"Try the system by all means, it is first rate, and has bceu of the utmost, service to me." Post free 4d.—DE VEIn; VND Co., Publishers, 22, Warwick-l;tne, London, E C w. E. yAUGHAN AND CO., STEAM-POWER DYERS, FRENCH CLEANERS, &c., LLANDAFF-ROAD, CARDIFF. BRANCH ESTABLISHMENTS :— 2. QUEEN-STREET, I 248. BUTE-STREET. ( O C 60, WINDSOR-ROAD, PENARTH. 53, COMMERCIAL-STREET, NEWPORT. 83, HIGH-STREET, MERTHYR. 27, CASTLE-STREET, SWANSEA. Parcels Received and Forwarded Regularly to tke Dye-works by District Ag-e-nts Parcels amounting to five shillings sent to works will be returned carriage paid one way. Trade books and price lists sent free on applisfution. W. E vAUGHAN AN-T. CO. rr E, ARE CELEBRATED FOR CLOTHES AN-if) DRESS CLEANING by FRENCH PROCESS* producing- permanent colours, a superior finish, moderate chr.rges, and promptness of dispatch. [227 ALSOP, BROAMEAD, BRISTOL. c::c <:C> c:-+- iii VIII i all is j! 0- v = crJ = t o c:) o -=:a c::r.:> Q:) po. 41]_ Ð EW LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! The People's Grand Fete and Gala, In Aid of the COTTAGE HOSPITAL and the FRIENDLY SOCIETIES of the Distr;,t Distinguished Patronage, at the D^tnct, under Witchell Athletic Grounds, Cadoxton-Barry ON BANK. HOLIDAY, AUGUST 1st (MABON'S DAY). H(S^re Attractions for this day only (Wet or Fine* niI'L0NS' thC SrKltet GjmnMt" o* the living, a, C0l„„4d posters, &c. k.d Stoll, Esq., the Empire," Cardiff. permission of Oswald The Charming SISTERS KENDALL, refined DuettmN 1? T WT>RC< TTT I WnlTrSi'H.'rT- ■ »•«" Comedian <*mk> Ca^BDI, ,he Lightning THREE BANDS, Old English Game?, Dancin«"in the Rin<r Rnririh f t» • c about-s, Swings, Shooting Galleries, &c., &c. A number n Round- dnnng the day. Grotesque Balloons will ascend A GRAND PROCESSION of the FRIENDLY SOCIFTTF,1^ tmnrWi K T> Wenvoe Arms Hotel at 11 a.m. OLiLII&S, headed by the Bands, will start from the ADMISSION TO THE GROUNDS :—SIXPENCE Train., will r„n evcry half hour from Cardiff to Cadoston.. See window and otter Bill,. GEORGE WILLETT, Secretary.. f JACOBUS, CELEBRATED L OXDON rjpAILOR, 96, ST. MARY s TREET 96, c ARDIFF. [156 = THE EMPIRE PALACE OF VARIETIES, CARDIFF. Two Complete Performances Nightly. Early one 7 o'clock to 9, late One 9 o'clock to 11. ALL ARTISTES APPEAR AT EACH PERFORMANCE. OSWALD STOLL.t.M
NOTICE. All communications for publication must be addressed, "The Editor, THE SOUTH WALES xton' near Cardiff," and must reach the Editor not later than Thursday morning All communications must be written on one side Of the paper only, and the full name and; address of the writer must be enclosed, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. All business communications must be sent to the Manager, South Wales Star Offices, Vere-street, Cadoxton-Barry. Tfe"* of Subscription to the SOUTH WALES feTAi?, posted to addresses within the United lVing:Hn, payable in advance, is as follows:— One Year. 6s. 6d. Half-year 3S 33 One Quarter 18. 3d
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. THE SOUTH WALES STAR Is now Published every Thursday Afternoon. Correspondents will oblige by sending all Communications- by Wednesday at latest. THE LONDON OFFICE of the SOUTH WALES STAB is at MR. J. MAYHEW'S, 131, FLEET-STREET, LONDON, B.C.
WHY IS'NT WALES TOBY ?
WHY IS'NT WALES TOBY ? WHY isn't Wales Tory ? That is the question, that is agitating the minds of Tory, journalists,. parsons, squires, politicians, scholars,, and Mr.. JOHN LITTLEJOIINS, of Ferndalfe. In the Western Mail all these gentlemen have beenL giving vent to their views on the subject, and the conclusion they have come, to is that it is. because the Tories have taken the Church. of England under their wing. This is very true. Radicals have beea trying to convince the English people of the unpopularity of the Establishment in Wales for generations without avail. They have been treated with abuse and scorn, and contumely equally by great Church dignitaries and by the Tory Press for daring 11 9 to suggest such a thing. We hope that now the Radicals have been reinforced in this un- expected manner, we shall be- credited with having told nothing but the truth of the invidi- ous position the Church Establishment holds in Wales. Even the Western Maily the organ of the Church and Conservative party in Wales, has had to bear witness to the exceeding un- popularity of the English Church. It is a pity, however, its unpopularity was not discovered somewhat sooner. It is rather late in the day to talk about dropping Church De- fence from the Tory programme when a Government is practically in power which is pledged to carry Welsh Disestablishment, and which will redeem its pledge within a short time. It would be more to the purpose to inquire why the Church, which is still, and perhaps abidingly, popular in England, is unpopular in Wales. The answer is an easy and a simple one. It is because the Church of England in Wales is an alien institution. Its form of worship and its system of Church government are foreign to the soil. Wales could never take kindly to a Church whose bishops were appointed by an English officer of State, and whose clergy and observances were under the supervision of the alien See of Canterbury. There is nothing more surprising in this than there was in the fact that the Scots refused to accept bishops and Prayer-books from King CHARLES I, But if the Tories are unpopular in Wales be- cause they are the defenders of the Establish- ment, it does' not follow that they will cease to be so once the Church is disestablished. The Tory party will be unpopular in Wales as long as they oppose the national sentiment of Wales. In no part of the United Kingdom does there seem to us to be so little hope for the Tories as in Wales. Their leadeis are all anti-national- ists. In Scotland anl Ireland we find plenty of Tories who are ardent Nationalists indeed, it may be said with truth, that the founders and the inspirers of the Nationalist movement in those countries were Tories. The case is very different in Wales. The Tories of Wales, as a rule, speak a foreign tongue, they are unacquainted with the native literature,they wor- ship in an alien church, their mode of life and habit of thought are essentially English, They have been taught to regard all things Welsh either with indifference or with aversion. They have ridiculed Welsh institutions and Welsh senti- ment, and they have always done their best to make Wales an integral part of England, It is beside our present purpose to show wltat a low
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SOUTIIERX DIVISION OF GLAMORGAN.
SOUTIIERX DIVISION OF GLAMORGAN. PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION, 8TH JULY, 1892. TAKE NOTICE, that all PERSONS having any CLAIMS aerainst ARTHUR JOHN WILLIAMS, Esq., or AGAINST ME, the undersigned, his ELECTION AGENT, for any expenses incurred on account of or in respect of the conduct or management of the above Election, are, by the Corrupt and Illegal Practices Prevention Act, 1883, required to send in detailed particulars of such claims to me, at my Office, situate as below, within fourteen days after the day on which the Candi- date returned is declared elected and that every claim not so sent in will be barred, and cannot be paid, unless by leave cf Her Majesty's High Court of Justice. Dated this 9th day of July. 1892. THOMAS JOHN HUGHES, 15, Dunravcn-place, in Bridgend, Election Agent for the said Arthur John 348] Williams, Esq.
Re EDWIN WALLIS HARRISON. A LL persons having any claims against the A Estate of the late EDWIN WALLIS HARRISON late of Thompson-street. Barry Dock and Windsor- terracs, Penarth, Glamorganshire, Solicitor, decased, are requested to send particulars thereof to me forthwith.—Charles T. Wallis, executor of the deceased, Chesterholme, Newport, Mon., July 14th. 1892.
COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN| DIVISION…
COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN DIVISION OF NEWCASTLE. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. WHEREAS, at the GENERAL ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING holden at the Police Court at Bridgend, in the said County, on the 29th day of August, 1891, the Justices of the Peace for the said County, acting for the said division, granted to me, the undersigned, JOHN JE.VKINS, of the "Tondu Anns," Tondu, in the Hamlet or Parish of Ynisawdre, in the said Counto, Licensed Victualler, a PROVISIONAL GRANT of a LICENSE authorising me to apply for and hold a License to sell by RETAIL. SPIRITS, WINES, LIQUORS, and SWEETS, to be consumed either on or cff the premises then occupied by me as Beerhouse under the style of the Tondu Arms." Tondu, aforesaid, and also the premises then about to be constructed by me upon and ad- joining the said houseand premises according to the plans then submitted to such Justices. And whereas at the Annual Meeting of the General Licensing Committee for the said County held at Neath, in the said County, on the 7th day of October. 1891, the PROVISIONAL GRANT of such License-was du'y confirmed to me. And whereas, since the date of the said Provisional Grant and Confirma- tion thereof, and L the said Jonx JKXKINS, have duly erected and completed the said premises upon and adjoining the Tondu Arms" aforesaid, ac- cording to such plans. Now, I do hereby give notice that it is my intention to apply to the Justices of the said Division, assembled in Special Sessions to be held for Licensing purposes at the Police Court at Bridgend, in the said County, on Saturday, the 30th day of July, 1892. for an order making the said Grant Absolute, and authorising me to sell by Retai!, Spirits, Wines, Liquors, and Sweets, to be consumed either on or off the said premises. Dated this 21st day of Julv, 1892. 338] JOHN JENKINS.