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CARDIFF. OF GUARDIANS.—The usual weekly meet- jjfiof guardians was held on Saturday, Mr. O. H. presiding. Mr. Plain, vice-chairman, was .present. It was decided to remove the ination station from the Stuart-hall, The jjr'es» to the Schoolroom, Bethany Chapel, St. Jr^y-street. The cause of the change was in- ^"jciency of accommodation. The other business of a formal character. .•PROPOSED NEW WESLEYAN CHAPEL.—On Satur- afternoon two memorial stones, to form part L*n extended vestry connected with the Wes- School Chapel, Crwys-road, were laid by Mr. and Mr. George Carpenter, both of whom £ 25 on the stones. A sum of £ 300 is required Complete the extension, and it is proposed at future time to erect a permanent chapel "Joking the vestry. After the ceremony a tea as held. V.^LUE RIBBON MEETING.—The usual weekly Blue Sjobon meeting was held on Saturday evening in j 1tod-street Chapel, when the building was corn- stably full. The chair was taken by Mr. John JjrgUB8on, and very interesting and instructive presses were given by Councillor E. Beavan, 5r- Bedlington, of Burslem, and se.I others. ij16 choir sang some new f> special pieco* »or occasion, and a most enjoyable evening was .Tent. HOATH-ROAD WESLEYAN CHAPEL.—A large con- jugation assembled in this place of worship on l&day morning last, when an impressive sermon preached by the Rev. Charles J. Back on be- j?" of the Llandaff Deaf and Dumb School and j e Blind Institute. The c»llection realised the ^dsome sum of £ 17 10s. Id. INQUEST.—Mr. E. B. Reece, borough coroner, held inquest at the Infirmary on Monday touching j death of William Goddard, 54 years of age, a ?oourer in the employ of Mr. Billups. The evi- nce went to show that the deceased was work- at the Adam-street bridge now in course of instruction for the Tuff Vale Railway Company. "Out •ten o'clock on Monday morning he was P^shihg. some trucks with a piece of plank when ..broke, and a portion of it re-bounding struck violently on the chest, fracturing his ribs and posing internal injuries from which he died at the Infirmary in about an hour after his admission. verdict of Accidental death was returned. CARDIFF PARLIAMENT ART DEBATING SOCIETY.— ^6 debate on the Queen's Speech presented to the ^Use by the Conservative Government, was re-, KUrned on Tuesday night by the member for r^stol and Mr. Payne (London University), of whom complained of the nature of the .jjcument. They were answered by Mr. G. David jPudley). The debate was continued by Messrs. e6aiond (Isle of Wight), Hansen (Orkney Islands), Newell (Central Birmingham),the Conservative remier, who developed a comprehensive system j! domestic policy. Mr. Gronow iMerthyr) ^ying replied, the House divided, the numbers tc'fig—For the Liberal amendment, 37 against, majority for the Government, 18. The motion then put and carried. The next measure will ;?a Rill to amend the Elementary Education Act 1870. ^ASE OF DROWNING.—Shortly after five o'clock Tuesday a little boy named Samuel Stimpson, uVe years of age, son of Thomas Stimpson, of 10, l^'lborough-terrace, Blackweir, was missed by friends, and on a search being made his body as found in the canal, which runs near the back fen*1.'8 father's house. It is supposed that the lad ''into the water as he was playing. j kath OF AN OLD INHABITANT.—It is with the j^Pest regret we record the death of another old ^habitant, of Cardiff. Mrs. Mary Rees, to whom e now refer, had been for over half a century during which time her life t.as spent in a most exemplary manner, and, j!1 ?.US'' occupying a comparatively humble sphere ^■fe.her uniformly affectionate solicitude for those •tli xril0[n she was associated will make her loss a j?vere one to many friends. She was a native of from whence she removed to Cardiff at age of 27, and for a long period prior to her was a constant communicant at St. John's *uUrch, where her unostentatious piety made ij^lf felt. She died at her residence in Frederick- Ob tep-t on Sunday night. As she was retiring to rest 4 Caching the top of the staircase she stumbled, falling backwards, sustained a fracture of the ^ar-bone. This, coupled with the consequent j to the system, eventually caused her death. {/Mediately after the accident Dr. Price was sent j rt but his services were, unfortunately, unavail- «!»• Mrs. Rees had by seven yeara passed the jotted term of three score and ten, but up to the of the mishap all her faculties were unitn- *»ted. .Lighting COMMITTEE.—A meeting of this cotn- ^tee was held at the Town-hall on Tuesday ^ening. Alderman Duncan in the chair. Lamps ^ere ordered to be erected in the following new Ctreets at Riverside and Canton :—St. Jolm's- 2 Eaton-place, 1; Penllvne-road, 1; u>-street, 3; Machen-place, 3 Romilly-road, 1; p Daisy-street, 3. &f ^operty AND MARKETS COMMITTEE.—A meeting ty this committee was held at the Town-hall on Ke<Wsday, Councillor Lougher in the chair, j^ere were also present Councillors D. Jones, T. T. Waring, and Solomon Andrews. Coun- 0r Jacobs also attended. Mr. Kyto, the secre- <?f the Cardiff Batchers' and Cattle Dealers' j^ciation, attended with respect to a petition Ci^fited by that body at thu last meeting. The ot>'«ttee having considered the petition and h0 er matters relating to the Roath Slaughter- ing 80 pointed out by Mr. Kyto, the following reso- ld °ns were passed:—"That a night attendant m employed at the Roath Slaughter-house '•rj, a salary of one guinea per w«ek." "at the hours for slaughtering be extended i l0. p.m., and that the borough engineer deiii-ed to confer with the market mannger and l report to the committee on the improvements fySgested and the structural repairs necessary." borough engineer was also requested to sub- plans for the alteration of the cattle stalls and *ta^rs' anf* t'ie staD^hions be left in and the "8 so arranged that cattle can be tied in couples, ^as also decided to raise the boundary walls of !>e. Cattle market so as to prevent trespassers plng into the market. y ^KDIFF RIFLE CLTTB.—A dinner in connection tye*? this club was held at the Globe Hotel on r 1JHesday evening, under the presidency of Mr. tojerel. After the usual lo}"al and patriotic ''s; 8 jja(j been honoured, the toast of the evening, ^iU)CCess to the Cardiff Rifle Club," was drunk If. enthusiasm. Letters of apology were read '$0^ Captains Thornhill and Scott, Mr. J. Downing U'citor). Captain Rigg (captain of the club), and A tUln David. L ^sical.—Miss Annie T. Jones, R.A.M., who has come to reside at 21, Halswell-terraco, New- jj^road, had the honour of playing on Wednes- last at the Bishop of St. David's Palace, (J^gvvili, before his Grace the Archbishop of if ^terbury, Mrs, and Miss Benson, the Lord Bishop ini3David's, the Lord Bishop of Llandaff, Lord Lady Dynevor, Lady Catherine Allan, Lord l^dare, aud a large party of guests staying at "alace. t^° Farmers and all those to whom it may con- u'7~Tlie ravages of birds and. insects may bo prevented Compo." Sold in cans at 3s. 6ki. and 7s. to, j agents for 8onth Wales, Perkin Bros, and ironmongers, 53, St. Mary-struct, Caidilf. ci,

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