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CARDIFF. ST. STEPHEN'S CHDRCH.—TLIA incumbent has much pleasure in announcing that the proceeds from the recent concert given by Dr. Treasure and Mr. Storey in the National Schoolroom, Mount Stuart-square, kindly lent by the Vicar of St. Mary's, realised the handsome sum of JE10 12s. Id., which leaves a balance of only £3 to clear the organ from debt; and he begs publicly to thantt those gentlemen and those who so kindly assisted for their generous help on the occasion, and also the Vicar of St. Mary'a for the use of the room. BOGus CLUB PROSECUTIONS. On Wednesday last t.he keeper of the New Tredegar Club, who was defended by Mr. Clifton. of Bristol, was mulcted in a fine for keeping a bogus club. At Cardiff police-court on Monday he, with two sureties, was bound over, himself 1n.£50 and his sureties in JE25 each, to appeal against the magistrates' decision at the next, quarter sessions. ROATH-HOAD WESLEYAN CHAPEL.—The Rev. Dr. Wenyon, the medical missionary from China, gave a most graphic description at the missionary meet- ing on Mondav evening of his work in Patshan. At first, hooted and mobbed, he has at last established n hospital as large as the University College Hospital, London, in which 30,000 patients have been dealt with. Mr. John Cory presided. The Kev J. D. Steven, and Messrs. W. Price, E. R. Mosey, Bustin, and Lewis Williams also took part. The income from the Wesleyan Churches in Cardiff last year for their foreign missions was £1.080. The collections nt Roath-road on Sunday and last evening were JB77 2s. 9d. CARDIFF AND DISTRICT RAILWAY SERVANTS' UNITED BENHKIT SOCIETY.—The eighth annual dinner in connection with the above society was held at the Royal Hotel, Cardiff, on Monday. Mr. H 0, Fisher. C.E., presided, the vice-chairman being Bro. W. Thomas, ami supporting them were Councillors T. H. Riches and Trounce; Messrs. Andrews, Shepton, and Dr. Lougher. There was a large attendance of members. The usual toasts were given, songs being very success- fully rendered at intervals by Bros. E. Wilcox, F. Cox, R. Rundle, F. VV. Gwynne, W. G. Moreton, and W. Prankard. A very enjoyable evening was brought to a termination" by the brethren present Binding the National Antliem. FUNERAL OF MR. JOHN HENRY WHITE—On Tuesday the mortal remains of Mr. John Henry White. late of the firm of Carey and White, wine merchants.Cardiff, were interred at the New Cemetery. The funeral procession consisted of a car and four horses, with tour coaches. In the coaches were Mr. Sylvester White. Mr. Pegg, and Masters Tegsr. Messrs. A. Raymond, W. Ray- mond, J. Raymond, Hughes, Thatcher, G. Burrow, Harvey, Morris, T. R. Thompson, Alderman P. W. Carey, W. M'Donald, Trotter. Captam Cock. and R. Nicoll. A large number of Masonic friends wero also present. The servicc was impressively conducted by the Rev. Mr. Arthur, St. James's Church, and many wreaths and crosses from relatives and friends were placed on the coffin. The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr. Stone, of Working-street, Cardiff. GLAMORGANSHIRE AND MONMOUTHSHIRE iN- FIRMAEY AND DISPRNSARV.— State of racister for the week ending November 29 — Remaining last week, 90 admitted during the week. 21; discharged and relieved. 22; died, 0 remaining in the house, 89; average daily number, 0; number of out-patients on the books, 672. Medical officers for the week ending December 6, 1386:- Physician. W. Taylor. M,D.: Surgeon, Thomas Wallace, M.D. House Surgeon. Donald Paterson. M,J1. — George T. Coleman, secretary.—Books for the library, flowers, old blankets, calico, linen, and firewood will be esteemed valuable presents to the institution. NARROW ESCAPK FROM DROWNING. Late on Tuesday evening Mr. M'Nah, belonging to the Tower Line of Steamers, was returning to his residence, Windsor-esplanade, when he acciden- tally fell into the Roatli Basin. After shouting for help for some time, Mr. George Grant, foreman boiler-maker for Mr. Lace. heard him, and ran and procured a rope, which he threw to Mr. M'Nab, who was only able to grasp one end of it. With this Mr. Grant drew him to the side, but was unable to Jo anything more. He, in turn, called for help. and a young man named Duggan ran and procured a ladder, which he lowered into the basin Mr. M'Nab was, however, too far gone from cold to avail himself of it, and Duggan descended the ladder and fastened the rope round him, then ran up, and both drew up Mr. M'Nab. Mr. Handcock, a pilot, came up, and Mr. M'Nab was placed in a cab and dnven to his home. When drawn up the ladder he wafl quite exhausted, having been in the water nearly half an hour, and but for the timely aid of Mr. Grant he must have been drowned. AMATHJR PHOTOGRAPHY.—The president of the local society. Mr S. W. Allen, at the rooms of the society on Tuesday evening, practically demon- s.ated before an interested audience the science of platinotype printing. This branch of the photographic art produces results that are abso- lutely permanent. On Tuesday evening noxt Mr. Keliar will lecture on Elementary Optics." Gen- tlemen desirous of joining this institution should communicate with the honorary secretary. THE EAR —Mr. S. K. Smith, the well-known and distinguished Aural Surgeon, of London, now on a pro- fesliollal visit to Cardiff, has not been long in our locality without giving proofs of the skill with which he treats one of the most intri- cate and Gifficun distlft5es to which the human frame ialinbitt. and, in so doing, confirming the high opillion expn.s-,e.; by the medical aud scientific jourllals generally, that he is the most talented Auriit of the day." 11.01 the best known operator in diseRses of the ear. Mr. 6iuith's treatment is entirely performed by himself, Rnd there Is not the slightest pain or Inconvenltmce attending it. Å few days atllce a mall. well known alld respected In Cardiff, who lins been & sufferer fpr 26 years trom disease of the ear and deafneas, underwent all operation at the hallds of Mr. Smith. and 1111.8 had bls hearing perfectly restored under the treatment adopted. We refer to Mr. Mastg*, the 5uperintendent of High- sireet Arcade, in which Mr. Smith's ofiices are situated. Hearing of Mr. Smith's abilities, he consulted htm about his own case—with the result above stated. 8788o

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