BARRY AND CADOXTON LOCAL BOARD. PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE. A meeting of the Public Works Committee of the Local Board wa" held at the Board Office on Tuesday evening. Mr. Alderman Meggit-t pre- sided. and there were present Mr. William Thomas ("Barry"), Dr. O'Donnell. Mr. Joshua Barstow, Mr. .T. C. Pardoe (surveyor), and Mr. J. A. Hughes (clerk). DEPUTATION TO THE COMMITTEE, Messrs. Jenkins (chairman), L. Rees. and L. Jones (secretary") appeared aa a deputation £ rom the Gadlis Cottage Company. Aberdare, to objec. to an apportionment of private improvements costs for their property in Lombard-slrecst and Recent-street. Barry Dock.—Before the deputa- tion were admitted the f^eyor explained the case. The company had had some curbing and channelling done by their contractor, Mr. Hird, which had had afterwards to be done by the Board. Work also which the Board had done had been paid for by the company to their contractor, and the company now disputed the apportionment sent in by the Board.-The de- putation said the work had been done to the satis- faction of the Board's surveyor, and they had paid their contractor accordingly. The kerbmg and channelling re-laid by the Board had been damaged by the Board's road-roller and, therefore, it was the Board's duty to put it right. They claimed that a sum of Z20 7s. 9d. should be taken off their apportionment coaba.-The Clerk said the Coni- mittee had no power now to alter the apportion- ment. It was made in January. 1891, and if the company wished to object they should have done so before the end of three months in accordance with the bye-laws of the Board.—The deputation retired whilst the committee discussed the matter. and, on being recalled they were informed by the Chairman that the committee could not alter the sum lecallv due ito the Board for principal and interest. If they did so they had no means of re- covering the sum from the other householders, and. therefore, they must ask the Compony to pay the whole amount. APPLICATION'. OR THE ROAD ROLLER. An application was read from Mr. Morris, clerk of the Dinas Powis Highway Board, asking rhether the Barry Local Board would lend out leir steam rollers—The matter was deferred to ie next meeting. THE PUBLIC CHINALS. A letter was read from Mr. Forrest in reply to the application of the Board for a B ite opposite the l&yal Hotel, to place one of the urinals. He thought the occupiers of the Royal Hotel might object to its being placed so near the hotel and suggested that it should be placed nearer the lane. -Alderman Meggitb said that at the Standing Joint Committee the application of the Board for a site behind the Barry Dock Police-station was read, and the matter was left to the Surveyor to report upon. MISCELLANEOUS. An application was read from Mr Sydenham, builder. for permission to erect some scaffolding in Thompson-street-The Surveyor was deputed to see Mr Sydenham in the rnatter.-It was decided to give the employes of the Surveyor's staff and workmen a holiday the day after Christmas. The Surveyor said that on going through tho private improvement plans he found be should be able to get them ready in two months. i lfilS ALLEGED gSB-LETTlxG. A letter was read from Mr. George Thomas, chairman of the committee, stating his reason for being unable to attend, and, further, expressing an opinion that with reference to the letter of Mr. Bees, secretarv to the Trades' Council, there had been no sub-letting of contracts by purchasing the iron-work at Cardiff. If that principle held good, it would apply to the purchase of the other mate- rials, such as glass, ironmongery, &c.-Another letter was read from Mr. Rees, stating that the contractor had acted contrary to Clause 3 in having iron-work done at Cardiff instead of locally, and the firm of Messrs. Lite, of the Atlas Foundry were not regarded as fair employers.- The Chairman couldn't see how the agreement between the Board and the Trades' Council had been broken. THE NEXT MEETING. It was decided that the next meeting of the Committee should be held on January 3.
VOLUNTEER PRIZE DISTRIBU- TION AT CADOXTON. The annual distribution of prizes of the llth Company 2nd Glamorgan Artillery Volunteers took place on Wednesday evening at the Drill Wall Cadoxton. Owing to the unavoidable absence of the commandantICapt. J. Just Handcock), the Tileasant duty of the distribution devolved upon Senreant-Ma'jor Atkins. There was a fair number of volunteers present, and Sergeant-Major Atkins in a happy manner congratulated each winner on his success, and gave him encouragement for the ^The following was the prize list: Attendance Prize—For the rank and file, non-com missioned officers and gunners 1st, Gunner W. J. Jordan, 15a • 2nd. Gunner W. F. Greenslade, l^s. 6d. 3id, Gunner W. 'Foster, 10s.; 4tfc Bombard.er F. Davies, 7s. 6d. 5th. Gunner M. Rugman, 7s. M Gth, Gunner T. Smith, 7s. 6d.; 7th, Corpl. o. G. Lark, 7s. 6d.: 8th. Gunner B. T. Bilson, 53. 9th, Gunner M. Brown, fis.; 10th, Gunner H. Russell, S« • 11th, Gunner C. Pennell, 5s. 12th, Corpl. B. Ellis, 5s.; 13th, Gunner Alfred Hobbs, 2s. 6d.; 14th, Gunner R. Miles, 2s. 6d. 15th, Gunner W. Lloyd. 2s. 6d. Section Prize-For the the best detachment that attended parades, &c. No. 1 Section, Sergt.-Major Wakeham, £ 2. 64lbs. Standing Gun Brill Competition 1st, Colour Sergt-Major Wakeham's detachment, £ 2 2nd, Sergt. Whitburn's ditto, £ 1 10s.; 3rd, Sergt. Burbidge's ditto. kl and 4th, Quartermaster- Sergt. Dyke'* ditto. 10s. County Gun Competition 4th prize, Sergt.-Major Wakeham's detachment, &2. Skill at Arms Competition-Sergt.-Major Wakeham, 1st Company's badge and 10s. 2nd, ge^gt./ Burbidge, 2nd Company's badge and 10s. Signallinq Prizes—10s. each, Sergt.-Major Wake- ham, Sergt. Burbidge, Corpl. Lark. and Gunners Jliles. Jordan, Martin, Ellicott, and M. Denoury. —u.3bine Prizes-Sergt.-Major Wakeham. 2nd prize. 10s.; Sergt.-Major Atkins, 4th prize, 17s. 6d.; tinner Perrett, 4th. 7s. 6d. Gunner Morgan, 5th, h 6d. Gunner EHicott, Gth, 5s.; Gunner Pennell, "th 5s.; Corpl. Ellis, 13th, 2s. 6d. and Gunner N. D. Hobbs, 2s. 6d. Repository Competition—1st prize, Sergt.-Major Wakeham's detachment, £ 15. The distribution being over the Chairman said he hoped they would try and keep up the reputation of the Companv. They had done very well this year on the whole. The amount of prizes money was not so large as last year, still it was only a few shillings less, and it was no use griev- ing over it. The only way was to try and do better next year. (Applause.) Although he could not say it officially, he might say that he thought they were all right again for the Chal. enga Cup this year. (Applause.) tie was rcLwwuiu^jr at the. wvy in which thev had stood by I the past yearfland he trusted be the case during the ensuing a smoking concert was held. The ivere the vocalists — Sergt.-Major Sf?"gt. Burbidge, Gunners W. Baker, Russell, H. E. Den bury, R. Miles, B. T. Brown, and Mr. S. Jones. A most evening was spent.
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FOOTBALL. -0 íNOTES nY" FREE KICK."l Reports for this column must be. received not later than Wednesday afternoon to appear in the current week's issue. Secretaries of local dubs wishing to have their list of fixtures inserted #ilclei- the football heading are requested to forward lie one of their fixture cards. BARRY 2XD V. CATHAYS EXCELSIORS. On Saturday last tic Barry 2nd journeyed to Car- diff to try conclusion8 with the Cathays Excelsiors Barry wore deterininid to keep up their clean sheet and took up a good tetm, the ugh not the best. On the other hand, the ExcePiors were pretty confident of a victory, because they Ia.d picked no fewer than five of the Cathays 1st to play for them. However, I am crlad to know the Baptyitea won by one penalty goal to nil, G. Clemence afain winning the match by his splendid kicking. LONWAY V. SARRY AND CADOXTON. Tho^y^urn match fas played in a perfect quagmire on the Recreation Ground. The homesters set. the ball a-rolliu|r up the ^opo, and play was centred during on the. Recreation Ground. The homesters set the ball a-rolliu|r up the iopo, and play was centred during the first half in the lpmesters' 25, but, notwithstand- ing this fact, they pit in some very good defensive plar. In the seconf half the visitors W-i all tneir own way, their forwafia, with oouibined rushes, quickly taking the scene of iperations to the Cadoxton terri- tory, and experiencifi hard lines on several occasions in not' scoring. FPm a serum near the home line Williams secured anl succeeded in adding two points to the visitors' IiOtiC. From this point nothing of interest occurred, an'timo was called. Final saero Conway, 1 try, 1 minor; Cadoxton and Barry, 1 minor. COG-A2 T. CARDIFF STAR. This match was y«yed in the Sophia Gardens on very slippery turf Star kicked off, Knight well returning Play sealed at mid-field for some time. The Star forwards Pmin^ away strongly invaded the Cogan25, but the -sitors quickly relieved tie pres- sure and forced pla far into the Star qriarteis, and still pressing, force tho Star back to kick dea«. A.tci the drop-out Cogai^gain pressed very hard and Tom Morgan got over, >ut was called bac*. Soon after Chi vers receiTed a3a»s from Hoult, and sprinted m but the referee disiWed tho score, alleging a forward pass. Athalf-timithe score stood: Cogan, 1 minor Stars, nil. Cogan b-started, and the first scrum was formed outside the Star 25, whore the Cogan pack, headed bv the t'others Morns, broke away and dribbled orer the me, Tom Morris scoring and i. Morgan kicking a no goal. Cogan again assumed the upper hand, and 1e Stars had to ooncede another minor. The Starforwards, aided by some strong kicking on tho p:v of their backs, got dangerously near the Cogan lie, but the visitor wcro not to be denied und took tP ball out of danger, and whan tirnø was called wero irihe Star 25. Final score :—Cogan, 1 goal 2 minor* ftrdili Stara, nil. CADOXTOJT JTFLORS V. HOLTON CRUSADERS. This match waiPlayed at tho Quarry Field, Cadox- ton, on Saturday f-st, and resulted, after a oven and exciting game, ir^ draw. Scores lioitou Crusaueis 2 minors, Cadoxt3 Juniors 1 minor, ior the homo team W. Evans,^• Margurie, and J. Meiklo in the forwards, and i.Elortop, Vi. Core, C. Frampton, and D. Griffiths in thibaoks played a good game. Referee' Mr. Binnings, Bry Dock. CADOXTO .ROVERS V. CARDIFF CREST. Played at EasMoors, and resulted in a win for the Crest by 1 dropid goal, 1 converted goal, and 1 minor to nil. "The goahvere kfcked by F. Grindell and W. Williams, and tl tries were scored by F. Bartly. 0ANT<* 'QTJlSS V. DINAS POWIS. Played at Dila Powis. In the first half Dinai scored a try, whh was soon followed by a try for the 'Qjjijus soored f Tnorne. In the second half the 'Quins again sco'd, Evans getting a try. The final roskcls f.lows-Ciitiwon Quins, 2 tries 8.11 ci 1 minor to 1 try ad 2 minors. BOYS BRIGADIV. CADOXTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL. This match vs played on the Recreation Ground Saturday last, ai resulted in a win for the School by 1 goal 2 tries t 1 try. A. Hoddinot and J. Evans scored for Schos and A. Trigg for the Brigade. DYNAS pWIS v. CADOXTON DISTRICT. To be playedit Dynas powis on Saturday next. The following "I play for Cadoxton :—Back,R. Lewis; three-quarters, rothero, C. Lane, J. A. Phillips, and A N Other; haif>acks, Tylor, Slocombe; forwards, J. Wadrup W. Vakeham, Powell, H. Walters, W. Waters E. Hilell, T. J. Evans, T. Hughes. Re- serves, T. Hopn and P. Trigg. Train leaves Cadox- ton at 2.45. ASSOCIATION. SOUTH 'ALES IJ8AGUE MEDAL COM- PETITION. CA^IFF V. BARRY DISTRICT. These teairfnet at Tynycoed, Cardiff, in the second round of tbellodal competition of the South Wales League. Caiifi—1Goal, Samuels backs, Barnes and Thompsc; half-back^ Ney, Farthing, and Walker (captain); }wards, right wing, Thackeray and Debney cera, W. H. CticMon left wing, McLaren, and A. Dale Barry District-Goal, J. King backs, R Ashton :d E. Gee: balf-backs, J. Parry, H. Roberts (cajip), and J Williams forwards, right wing Johnfrocdfield »bd J. M'Clintook centra, Joseph Wotfield; left wing, W. Hood, and 1. Sholdon. R'eroe, M-. Jones, of :Pontypndd. Barry won the t". CriXitoc, set the ball going for Cardiff and i following Hp, with brief play in front, resulted ii Cricbton putting through within three minut of the start. Play bec-nnemore even as the visitt got settled down to work, but Cardiff again cameway, and Criehton scored a second time. Nor was it l'K beforo a third notch was added, Dale this time, .h much judgment, doing the needful. Play became*citing, anQ the visitors tried all they know to brS about the downfall of the home citadel, but in vai Cardiff again came in force, dribbling and M'Laren, getting a pass, but tho ball betwecthe posts, but the point was not allowed. The home 5n wore not tj be denied, and at half-time the score sfd: Cardiff, 3 goals Barry, 0. After the Tho visit' were °ut-pl»yed, and except for an occasionaireak a,way, "ere compelled to act on the defensive I» the gathering gloom the homo men a.fHpdtwo» their score, which, when the whistle blow, stood: Caifi, 7 goals Barry District, nil. SOUTJWALES LEAGuE CUP COMPETITION. CARDL' v. BARBY.The following a.re selected tnvpnrese Barry at Cirdiff on Saturday next:— final G.'Villiams ful backs—right, W. Holmes left, A PPP3; half-ba(Jjs—right, J. Parry; centre, H Rober(captain) left, T. Jones: forwards—out- side riehtfohn Woodfie^ inside right, E. Davies centre J< Woodfield ^side left, C.Drew; outside lpft T leldon reseVes, R. Ashton, Be. Gee, J. Bar'ratt; mpire, J. Stevart; referee, Mr. E. Nimies, Treharrif PIXURES FOJl NEXT SATURDAY. (the grounti oj the first-named elub3. Carlv. Nedh Ha^iff y. Cardiff 1 A Gioesier v. Newbrt jjefirt" A v. Gloucester A Lla^ly T- S>vansa Sw^ea A v. Ifenelly A N eI A T. Tailacla ,Qua V. Aborgayiany Pejjraig v. Pena^th pof pridl v. Pilljwenlly Briend v. Aberion Bo J Roys v. Bjjry Canton Districtlr,. Dinas Powis Caj6 Northern i Cardig Rangers 'Ir V, Caifi Star v. St jpavids CoP v- Newpor?H»rrier# Grgetown ▼. Cajiays Matog v. Llautfit-Major (3aixt»n Juniorsj-. Cardiff White Stars ASSOCIATION. SOUTHVALES LBA^JH CHALLENGE CUP COMPE- TIXION. Teams v. Ponjrpridd Poll v. Cwmba«i v- Barry Tjewis v. Hourjain Ash 1
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ORIGINAL POETRY. ■ ■ o* AH, IF HE ONLY KNEW Amid the merry dancers My face is blithe and bright, And in the waltz or lancers My feet are lithe and light He frowns to see me laughing Amid the joyous crew, And he thinks I do not love him— Ah, if he only knew! He deems a woman's passion The art of a coquette, And vows that naught but fashion My heart has stirred as yet; He only seci the actress Before the play is through Alas behind the curtain- Ah, if he only knew I Must woman e'er be wearing Her heart upon her sleeve, A mark for idie staring That lovers may believe ? I am not cold or ficle, Forgetful or untrue; I love him, I adore him- Ah, if he only knew Selected.
CORRESPONDENCE. n THE JUBILEE HALL, RHOOSE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTH WALES STAR. SIR,-Will you kindly permit me to correct mis- ata-tetnents in your correspondent li Ilhoosite," letter in last week's issue. The site on which the Jubilee Hall and Colporteur's Cottage stands is a portion of Mr. F. L. Davies' estate, and was given to Mr. John Cory for that purpose by the lato esteemed Mr. Davies, Blaengwawr, father of the present owner, and not, as averred, by Mr. William Jenkin-, Rhoose. Again, the old cottage, where now the Colportage Station stands, was utilised for religious services, Sunday School meetings and anniversary gather- ings exclusively, and not at all for secular concerts and meetings of popular amusements, as intimated in the above-mentioned letter, for more than forty years, under the patronage and support of the late Mr. and Mrs. M. Morgan, Rhoose, in combined con- nection with the Baptist Church. Llancarvan. and the Calvinistic Methodist Church, Panmark—Mr. Morgan being a member of the former, and Mrs. t, Morgan a member of the latter, respective ly.— Yours &e., VERITAS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTH WALES STAR." SIR,—A letter appeared in last week's issue of your paper in which the writer complains of Mr. John Cory not allowing the use of the Jubilee- hall, Rhoose, for other purposes besides prayer meetings and religious services, and said that everyone thought, whan Mr. Cory proposed build- ing the hall, that thry would be able to have pops., &c., and that, under this impression, Mr. William Jenkins gave the land which the hall and house is built on. Allow me to say the writer misin- formed tho readers of your valuable paper by saying Mr. Jenkins gave the land. I have autho- rity to aay it was not Mr. Jenkins, but Mr. Lewis Davies, Ferndale, that gave the land and I think Mr. Cory has a perfect right to use the hall for the purpose for which he built it-namely, the moral and spiritual welfare of the people and the glory of God, as was stated by him at the opening service. Will you kindly insert this in your valued paper, jind oblige, yours truly, H. HARDING. 14th December, 1892. —————<>————— THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS. HELP THE POOR ASSISTANTS. TO THB EDITOR OF THE SOUTH "WALES STAR. SIR,—I should like to ask through your valuable papar if any effort is being-, or will b°,, made, to get tho tradesmen of Barry and Cadoxton to close their establishments on the 27th inst. instead of Wednes- day afternoon, the 28th, in consequence of Christ- mas Day falling on a Sunday ? Several of the leading tradasmen in Cardiff have signified their intention of closing on the 27th. Cannot the tradesmen of Barry and Cadoxton follow suit ? and confer a benefit on the assistants of the district, some of whom live so far from home, and would go home if they had tho Tuesday. Otherwise they will have to stay here over the Christmas holidavs. -Yours &c., ONE WHO LIVES 100 MILES AWAY FROM HOME. Doc. 14th, 1892.
EXPORTS AND IMPORTS AT BARRY DOCK. Below will be found full particulars as to the ex- ports and imports at Barry for the week ending Dec. 10th, 1892. It will be seen from the table that already this year there have been shipped 1,785,154 tons 2 cwt:, against 1,653,074 tons 5 cwt. at the corresponding period last year, being an increase of 132,079 tons 17 cwt. :— IMPORTS:— Week ended Corresponding Dec. 10, 1892. week ended Dec. 12,1891. Tons cwt. Tons cwt. Pitwood 1,224 0 830 0 Timber ————— ————— Rails ————— ————— Silver Sand ————— ————— Iron and Iron Ore ————— ————— Building Materials ———— 277 0 General merchandise 4 10 303 0 Total 1,228 10 1,410 0 Decrease 181 10 Total to Dec. 10, 1892 32,891 0 45,470 0 Decrease 12,&79 0 EXPORTS :— Coal 67,458 5 68,582 7 Coke 287 17 360 17 Rails ————— Iron and Iron Ore. 11 0 General merchandise ————— 4 10 Total 67,746 2 68,958 14 Decrease 1,212 12 Total to Dec. 10, 1892. 1,785,154 2 1,653,074 5 Increase. 132,079 17 ——-— REPORT OF SHIPPING:— Number. Tonnag-e. Steamers arrived 29 27,547 Steamers sailed 26 26,428 Sailing Vessels arrived 6 7,575 Sailing Vessels sailed 8 9,869 Steamers in Dock this day. 16 19,444 Sailing Vessels in Dock this day 17 18,926 Total. 33 38,370 VesselsinDock as per last report 32 39,531 Increase 1 —— Decrease 1,221 Vessels in Dock, corresponding week, 1891 44 33,720 Accountant's Office, Barry Dock, Dec. 12th, 1892.
BARRY DOCK WEEKLY TIDE TABLE. Morn. After. h.m. h.m. ft. in. Dec. 16 Friday 4 53 5 16 30 5 M 17 Saturday 5 39 6 0 31 6 „ 18 Sunday 6 20 6 39 32 0 „ 19 Monday 6 59 7 18 22 7 „ 20 Tuesday 7 36 7 55 33 1 „ 21 Wednesday 8 13 8 30 33 2 „ 22 Thursday 8 49 9 7 32 10 v-
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I GRAND BAZAAR AT BARRY. On Wednesday and Thursday a most successful sale of work was held at the Presbyterian-hall, Barry. Extensive preparations have been in pro- gress for some little time. and the hall on Wednes- day afternoon. when the bazaar was opened, presented a first-rate appearance. What was undoubtedly the gem of the bazaar was the splendid museum of curiosities lent by Captain Davies (dockmaster), Captain Jones, Captain Williams, Captain Evans, Mr. Bishop, Mr. Lewis (the Bank). Mrs. Munro, Mrs. Silverthorne, Mrs. Munro. Mr. Moon, Mr. Inch, &c. It included beautiful pieces of Oriental ware vases, Chinese carving, Indian brass-work, Japanese needlework, swords used at the battles of Waterloo and Wor- cester, and bayonets used in the Indian Mutiny. An interesting piece of plaster work was exhibited from the ruins of Pompeii, and after the lapse of so many centuries the portion of a painting re- mained as clear and well coloured as when it was first painted. Captain Jones, whose collection was exceedingly large and valuable, also exhibited bull and cow whales' teeth, elegantly fitted up as a can- delebra and inkstand. Captain Davies, another large exhibitor, showed some unique Indian cabinets, most beautifully fitted up. Mr. Morris's collection included some splendid choral specimens, whilst Mr. Inch's contribution of a magnificent pieces of brass-work was much admired. Great interest was attached to the exhibits from Rome, Ciiina, India, &c., and the habiliments used by divers were viewed with much interest and curiosity. An ostrich and emu's egg looked gigantic when placed side by side with that of a lizard, rmd an ornithological student would have found in rhe specimens of the taxidermist's skill many into st- ing subjects for study. It almost seems a pity hat after such a splendid collection has been ^ct together, it should be again dispersed, and wo should be glad to hear that the owners had generously decided to give the whole towards the formation of a good rausevfhi for Barry. Captain Jones made a splendid curator, and explained to the visitors the various curiosities in a very lucid manner. Mr. Dyer also exhibited a collection of curiosities, which was catalogued in a very amus- ing manner. People of an artistic turn of mind were rather taken aback when A view of the Rhine" disclosed to view a few pieces of apple rind, whilst literary people were just a little dis- gusted when A learned writer" turned out to be a small piece of rafty bacon. The good old Star stood for studies in astronomy, and we only hope astronomers were not disappointed. About 50 other such ingenious devices were resorted to by Mr. Dyer, and all sorts of things brought into service. His labours were amply recompensed by the laughter of those to whom he explained the different things. Some real live dwarfs were on view. and it is needless to say that they were well patronised. Bonn's diorama, which according to the notice stuck un was now better than ever, and rapidly acquiring a world-wide reputation, was open to the public in the evenings, and, as usual, added no small amount to the proceeds of the bazaar. Mr. A. L. Bonn acted as manager, Mr. n. F. Illingworth as acting- manager, and Mr. T. E. P. Hugh as stage-manager. The views shown were really good, the moonlight scenes and carnivals showing well, altogether forming an artistic treat, and, it is needless to state the show added much to the (uiccr.*? of the :<1. L: cf works. The views included :-A collection of dioramic scenery, illustrating a trip round ths World—visits to the principal cities of JOurop?. Asia, Africa, and America; i,, added, York j Minster, showing the Minster by day r.nd 11, n t, cl by night, the Cuth, dral illuminated for evening service, and many splendid and in- teresting views with effective dioramic ehs-ngee. Next to Bonn's diorama IVHK a stall wdllMlml with a variety of knitted and sown apparel for babies.au i many other things dear to the feminine soul. Mra. Captain Davies and Mrs. Wrn. Thomas took charge. and by their indefatigable exertions managed to do a good business. The next stall was laden with goods of a similar character, under the able management of Mrs. Munro and Mrs. Thosnaa (Sydenham-street). A well arranged flower stall laden with seasonable Chrysnnfcheinvim blooms, was under tho Rr.perrisiou of Mis» Lougher. The well-laden'refreahmeut stall was well patronised by many poople whose needs were promptly looked after by Mrs. J. W. Dyar. Mr*. Captain Jones, and Mrs. W. R. Hopkins. A stall next laden with art antimAcassars, fancy satchella. Libsrcy wall hang- ing-. fzo. was managed by "Mrs. Lewis (National and Provincial Bank), and Mrs. Captain Lewis. In thst centre was a stall laden with toys and fancy articles was managed by Mrs. Llewellyn. Captain Davies (dockmaster) opened the proceed- ings in the unavoidable absence of Mr. David Lewis, who had previously promised to attend. Amongst those present were the Rev. and Mrs. Christmas Lewis, Misa Evans, Rev. Graham Payn, Rev. J. Stowell. M.A., Mrs. Alderman Meggitt. and ?.Ii>s Murrell, Mr. Branuell. Mr. and Mrs.\mu Miss William Thomas, Mrs. Waddoil. Mrs. and Dr. Powell, Miss Davies, and'Miss Price (Pen- mark). Mr. and Mrs. Gould, &c. During-the after- noon and evening large numbers of people visited the hall, and a programme of music was rendered by tho Harry String Band, under the conductor- ship of Mr. Rees the Barry Male Voice Party, conductor, Mr. D. Farr; and a song by Mr. Silver thor. On Thursday the proceedings wcr.1 opened by Mr. Rodcliffe. Penarth. Taken altogether, the mnseum and bazaar combined to form oao of the best entertainments as yet provided, and those who have attended have felt more than recom- pensed for doing so by the enjoyment they have had. The proceeds, after defraying expenses, will be devoted to the funds of the Presbyterian Chnroh. EXTENSION OF TIME. Owing to the immense success of the sale of work and the entertainments they will be con- tinued to-day (Friday) from 6 p.m., and Saturday 3 and 6 p.m.
HARRY W INSTONE, JUNIOR, SILVERSMITH, Dealer in Works of Art, 54, BRIDGE-STREET, CARDIFF. OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT. I am prepared to Buy for Cash any of the follow- ing :—Antique Silver and Plate, Old China, Coins, Cut-Glass, Battersea Enamel Boxes, &c., i-c. IIav- ing a large connection amongst collectors, &c.I am prepared to pay the highest prices for the above. BAKKERS LLOYDS, LIMITED, CARDIFF, F210 BACKERS LLOYDS, LIMITED, CARDIFF, F210 The Cadoxton and Barry BILL-POSTING AND ADYIRTISIITGr COMPANY (LIMITED) BEG TO announce that they CONTRACT for BILL-POSTING and ADVERTISING in all Parts of the United Kingdom. ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. OAlices :—15. BARRY DOCK-ROAD. BARRY, and 39. HARVEY-STREET. CADOXTON. [470 Clarence Temperance Hotel and Dining looms, 'IS and 17, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCK HOT DINNERS DAILY. Accommodation for Visitors. Well-aired Beds.' PEOPBIETOR—C. F. ROSSER. [1 LIFE: MF-EI2 LIFE 111 SAVEVourj fliny FROVI DEATH 5 ^fei?|ill0lISailGS BY THAT DISEASE r u CROUP ii] y* ALL MAY BE SAVED BY GIVING THEM MORTIMER'S GRQUP& COUGH 1 Bu E IN TIME. Also a valuable remsdy for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Influenza, Sere Throats, Hoarseness, Diphtheria, Fever, and all Affections of the Chest and Lungs, bcth in Adults and Children. Patronised by the Public for over 60 year3. Tho following are a few from arion., The originals may be seen at the Prcurietor's anyone doubting their genuinoness may write to addreseea given. From the Right Rev. i,ip LOUD BISHOP OF SWANSEA. Dear Sir,—Our children frequently suffer from attacks of Croup, and we have always found Mortimer's Mixture a sure and safe remedy. il.v wife says sha would not for anything be without it in the house. Having had experiense of its beneficial effects upon our children, we gladly take every opportunity of re- commending it to our friends. Yours very truly, J. SWAXSEA. Penrhos, Nevvham Roar], Bedford. Sir,—I received the three botties of Mortimer'* S Croup and Whooping Cough Mixture Please send rae twelve more bottles, as ioy children have all got the Whooping Cough. I find it does them so much more good than anything else in fact, I have never known it to fail in Croup or Whooping Cough. Kindly eend by return, and oblige.—Yours truly, A. REES. In Bottles, Is. lid. and 2s. 9d. cash sent by post to any address. Prerared only by MORTIMER, LIMITED, CARMARTHEN, SOUTH WALES. Sold by all Chc-mists and Patent Sfcdicine Vendors. Wholesale Agents: W. SCTTGX U: Co., London. VIOL IX, JgOW, AND CASE, EXTRA SET OF STRINGS. AND PITCH PIPE, FOR r, I 2is. THE BEST VALUE EVER OFFERED. SEND FOR AND TRY IT! JOHN jQAVIES, MUSIC WAREHOUSE, [83 11, TREDEGAE PLACE, NEWPORT. "SOOTH WALES STAR" PRINTING DEPARTMENT. pRINTING OF jgYERY T^ESCRIPTION p r_i JQONE EXPEDITIOUSLY & ^"EATLY. 11) 4 pAMPHLETS, IRC U L A128, AND RUCTION BILLS, CHEAP JJ ANDBILLS A gPECIALITY. gALE iQATALOGUE2, JJEPOHTS &c. ^IHEAPEST "ESTABLISHMENT IN THE T-i I S T R I C T JQISTRICT. KEAT!MG'S COUGH LOZENGES "9t. Commercial Road, Pockham, July 1: !SU. "Dtfur Sir,—I am a poor hand at cwrcssm/ my fuelings, but I should like to thank you. Yonr lozfii^s liavo done wonders in rciic\in? my terrible couixh. 1 had thn operation of irncne- otomy' fiJio Bftirw «s tho late Emperor of Germany, and unlike nina, thank God, I am still alive; periorrn.^d at St. Bartholomew's HogpUaL no one coul J possibly hftve h.-vrt a move violent cough: it was so n:ul at tiin^s that it quite exhausted we. Tho mucus, v hieh was yery copious and hard, has be?u *ofte»ed. and I have been ubie to get ria of it without difficulty —I nm, sir, yours truly, J. ill LL." UTTERLY UNRIVALLED. The above speaks for itself. "Frca strict inquiry It that the benefit from usin? Knatins's Cousrii Lozniycs is utw^-rstaled. The operation was a ^pc.'i-alty severe on»\ aii'< w «s p^rfonno'l b> in# specialist, j) ■. >1. T. ftunin. of St. B.irtholompWs Hosmial. fcjaco tnn operation theo-:]* means of relief if the u^e o' ih«*e Lozt n*res« So successful are th«y lhat one affords imrn^'i'i*^ Jxuiotit, a.tuouga from the nature o' the c.ise tho Hiroat irritation i^ intense. WEIGHT IH GOLD. Ut^er dato Sept. ft, ISfll, Mr. Hill writes: I shouldI Inm? rmoe have been dead, hut for your Lozen*— ikei/»rrw'rt.h thy -tc vjM in Qvtil. I w\il irladiy Peo and tell anyone what a spiuurim c.mgn ^KoaVin^L n-'e sold tins. 1*. I}-1, "och. Vh^ ""rivalled remedy tor CO *J G liS, iiOAiiSEN JCSS, and C11 liOAT TilO UB Li £ S» CASTLE A RCADE. T. B. SUMMER S, TEA MERCHANT, 13, Castle Arcade, Card. TEAS SOLD AT THIS ESTABLISHMENT AR THE FINEST IN THE WORLD. By selling for CASH OXLY, I am able to supply the BEST TEAS AT LOWEST PRICES. NOTE PRICES :— CHOICE INDIAN AND CHINA BLENDS. Is.. Is. 2d., Is. 4d., Is. sa., Is. 10d.. 2s., 2s. 2d., 2s. 4d., 2s. 8d. CHOICE CEYLON BLENDS. Is. 6d., Is. 8d., Is. 10d., 2s. 2d., 2s. 4d. Please give these Teas one Trial. and their Merii will ensure yonr further Orders. RUPTURES. —HOW CURED. PEARCE & Co., Removed to 14, STATION TERRACE, opposite Tali Vale Railway Station, Cardiff. MAKERS OF SOFT BAND TRUSSES, ARTI- FICIAL LEGS, ARMS. EYES, LEG- IRONS. SPINE SUPPORTS, BELTS, ELASTIC STOCKINGS, &c. 26] Only Address: 14, STATIOX TERRACE, CARDIFF. Opposite Tail Vale Railway Station. ARMS, LEGS, EYES, SUPPORTS, BELTS CRUTCHES, TRUSSES, LEG- IRONS STOCKINGS made and fitted bv ALLEN PEARCE 3, Tim PARADE, CARDIFF. "Hours, 10 to G. THE yl'? if I k I 5 b U I < I t X £ L A 1 PEL, BARRY-ROAD, CADOXTON. BILLIARDS. PROPRIETOR :— B. HODDINOTT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WINE AND SPIRIT, ALE, AND PC-RTER MERCHANT. CONVEYANCES LEI ON RillE. [17 ROYAL HOTEL, CORNER OF BARRY-ROAD AXlJ MAIN-STREET, C AD OXT 0 N JUXT A-B ARR Y. JPAMILY AND C01"IERCJAL HOTEL. CENTRAL, AND PLEASANTLY SITUATED. GOOD STABLING. FllED C. WILLIAMS 114] PROPRIETOR. TrSPLANADE HOTEL, PORTHCA-.VL 100 ROOMS. ELECTRIC LIGHT Also MARINE HOTEL and TERR AOS, of FURNISHED HOUSES and APAR'I ~SL ENTS Tennis Courts. Inclusive hotel terms, 7s. Cil. after May 1st, 10s. 6ci. Above are the only hotels WItt sea frontage at Porthcawl, and are the nearest to the golf links. Visitors' subscription to golf club 5s. R/ER week, 10s. C'i. per month. Exceptionally heakV.-V'i I invigorating climate. Dry, sandy soil. 2201 APPLY MANAGERESS. PRINTING of all kinds LETTERPPFS<5 -R I LITHOGRAPHIC," 'DONE promptly N: -HE "STAR" OFFICE, VERE-STREET, CADOXTOX-The Parcels Post affording great facilities for chean AND lapid transmission of paroeis, the SLANATCMENT will henceforth avail themselves of it to forward small parcels ox circulars, d:c., to their many country custom- ers. Orders executed by return of post when 00 re- quired. FURNISH ON OOE HEW HIRE SYSTEM. HOUSES OR APARTMENTS Completely Furnished on a New System A DOPTED solely by us, whereby ail publicity, exposure, and enquiries usually Daallie hy other companies are dispensed with. WE HAVE AN IMMENSE STOCK OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE OF CHEAP AND SUPERIOR QUALITY. All Goods sold on the Hire System at READY- MONEY PR!C £ 3 WE MAKE NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR CREDIT AND ALL GOODS SENT HOME IN A PRIVATE VAN FREE OF CHARGE. No Stamp or Agreement Charges made no Bill of Sale everything private. Arrangements com- pleted without delay, and being Manufacturers WE GUARANTEE QUALITY, And will undertake to supply Furniture, etc. At 10 per cent. less than any price I list issued by any firm in Cardiff. ELEVEN SHOW ROOlrS. Call and inspect our IMMENSE STOCK, and com- f pare Prices before purchasing elsewhere. we SUPPLY WORTH FOR 2s- ^D. WEEKLY. £ 10 W0RTn F0R ^.3- WEBKLY. £15 WORTH FOR S. WEEKLY. 2 0 WORTH FOR 6S. WEEKLY. And so on in proportion. Special terms for larger quantities. No objectionable agreements used. PLEASE NOTE THE ADDRESS South Wales Furnishing Go. 6 31, CASTLE STREET (Opposite the Castle), [51 CARDIFF. I