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CARDIFF. Tke PARLIAMENTARY OATH—Lord Bute's name 'Ppears among the signatories of the memorial remonstrating against any alteration in law or j^age tending to dispense with the recognition by "lament, of the supreme authority of Uod. Fnn: ix THE EAST BUTE DOCK.—On Sunday morn- about ha If-past four o'clock, a barque named jjte Lady Carter, belonging to Messrs. Trayes and was seen by the Bute Dock police to be on tire. The force," under the command of Superin- tendent Edwards, and assisted by Mr. S. W. Allen, quickly on the spot, and the hose was at- to the fire mains that surround the docks. here was no wind blowing at the time, or the rult might have been more disastrous, as there ere a great number of vessels lying close to- other, moored to the buoys in the middle of the ^ck. Several of the crews of the neighbouring ihlpS lent a Willing hand, and the fire was soon |°t under, and confined entirely to the galley and •orecastle. Only the captain, his wife and two j|0ys were on board at the time, and it is uncertain the fire originated. CHUECH PREFERMENT.—The Bishop of Llandaff ^s instituted the Rev. John Lewis Jones to the jjectory of Michaelstone-le-Pit, vacant by the ^ath of the Rev. Hely H. Rickards, on the pre- station of the Misses Rous, of Courtyrala. Cardiff ART SOCIETY.—The concert given on tllrdav night at the Cardiff Art Society's Exhibi- tion in the Town-hall was well attended. The l^ogramme was a pleasing one, the following adies and gentlemen taking part :— Mr. A. D. Mr. T. Evans, Miss Gertrude Lewis, Mr. G. F. Davis, and Miss 'Jennie j6v''is. A promenade concert is announced to be given this (Monday) evening by the Cardiff jtoateur Orchestral Society and the Cardiff Glee *-°eiety. t Cavitary STATE OF CARDIFF.—Week ending ehruary 4-, 1882.—Births registered, 74; 439 per *•000. Deaths from all causes, 23 13 6 per 1,000. °aths from seven chief zymotic, diseases, 3 1'7 rjei" 1,000. Mean barometer, 30'393; mean ther- wind, chiefly east; rainfall, 0'29in. -^nsarks Sanitary condition of town satisfactory. ( Inquests.—On Tuesday the coroner held an m- l'Jest at the gaol upon the body of Morgan Davies, J; prisoner, who died suddenly. It appeared that deceased, whilst undergoing sentence for •°rSery, manifested symptoms of serious illness, '•tic] was transferred to the prison iniirroaiy, \*iiere Monday he died. Evidence was given to the *ii'eet that he had suffered from heart disease, and a verdict of Death from natural causes was 'turned by the jury.—A coroner's inquest was on Monday held at the Town-hall upon the body of an Unknown seaman, who was picked up in the East Ðute Dock on Monday. An open verdict was *«tu*ned. ACCIDENT TO A RAILWAY-MAX.—On Tuesday Zoning David Yaughan, a young man employed 11 the Rhymncy Railway, was near the jj°rth-west signal box watching a train going dawn the Tafi Yale Line, when a Khymney passen- §?rtrain, going in the direction of the Docks, ran gainst him. The wheel of the engine struck his and the motion bar the top of his head. He •wso sustained other injuries. Fortunately, how- pVer, he was thrown aside, and serious effects were to a great extent, avoided. He was con- "syed to the Infirmary, where he remains. BAZAAR.—A bazaar, got up by the children attending the Roath-road Wesleyan Chapel, opened on Wednesday by the mayor (Mr. A. ^lonias), who alluded with pleasure to the fact ".at the children attending the schools had con- ^ibuted no less than £ 250 of the whole £ 1,000 J'bscvibed for the year by the Wesleyans of Cardiff J the Foreign Missionarv Fund. At the conclu- on of his remarks, the mayor was accorded a vote thanks (on the motion of Mr. James Wood, ponded by Mr. I). Roberts, and supported Mr. Lewis Williams) for his kindness .1 being present, and he had the satisfaction j..receiving from the hands of two little ladies— Beatrice Andrews and Miss D. Cedervall—a jj^eful bouquet. The young ladies in charge of ie stalls then began selling in good earnest and to/1* escaped their importunities. jTlie pretty ji '^Women referred to were the Misses Rowe, oberts, Griffiths, Hine, Elliott, and Andrews, all ci %v^,om made'the most of their wares. An effi- choir of cliildren, under the leadership of Mr. ih, Fif°°t, was in attendance and sang at intervals. '• Reed presided at the harmonium. .j/-suusii C'EURCH UNIOX.—A general meeting of ^'e Cardiff Branch of the'English Church Union as held at the Mission Sclioolroom, Temperance- 0pWl1' on Tuesday evening. Colonel Hill, C.B., ^c'ipied the chair, and there was a large atten- I,'I?<?" of members and others. Thefollowingreso- | l0n "Was passed unanimously :—" That the con- Uecl imprisonment of Air. Green, and the seem- s Poweriessness of the bishops to demand inquiry the scandals connected with his trial, or by united action on their part to clear the Church ^e^ee.niing acquiescence in such grievous wicked- a *res'1 Pro&f the great principle of Qfp a Chaita n^eds re-assertion. Let the Church iar 'lriVe 'ler liberty." A very interesting ifpi •» was afterwards read by Mr. C. C. Rolfe, Chancery-lane, London, on "The Use p Cclesiastical Colours." .hrSAL SAMTARY AUTHORITY.— The usual Q Ollthly meeting of this board was held on-Wed- fisday afternoon, when there were present— J>. o. joncs (chairman), C. V. David, J. S. «°"bet.t, R. F. L. Jenner, G. C. Williams,G. Phillips, y- fi. Jones, E. Forrest, G. Domford, T. Bassett, F. t?'r'de. the Rev. J. W. Evans, T. Davies, and F. C. f^atis. Mr. Thomas, analyst, report^! :¡,t the alterations made at the Ijy the ,,ijll<; with the object of abating nilisance arising there from the manu- paper were not satisfactory. It was, tePo t reso^ved that a copy of the analyst's sent, to the manager of the mills, and a* 'j, s*epsbe taken to proceed against the company ^t, assizes if such a course were not rendered itier.ecfSS;lry by the company complying in the with the requirements of the authority. tr .anger, the medica l officer, reported that the of the Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, Pi' '&an's Town, Radyr, had purchased a large j)0s e °f ground adjoining the chapel for the pur- °Pihi°^ enlarging the burial ground, which, in his »lv l0:n> would be very undesirable, the burial being in the centre of the village. The "j'l'n concurred in the view thus expressed, ^'arrf laid stress upon the fact thatgrave- 'n toge t°wns were being closed. At Town there was plenty of other ground l'n a reasonable distance which could be pro- and he opposed the extension for these {>7Soh. The clerk was authorised to communi- lhee with the Local Government Board respecting ii-ij. Matter, so that, if necessary, the board *liso ^ntei'^eve- 'ie water supply of Ely, pf" at last meeting, was again considered. At I\\h:ent thr supply IS obtaYned from a well, over 6 jj,' t'ie sanitary authority were asked to erect 'tis P" This application was declined, but the tw. t°nof nuisances for the district was asked to ligV't't generally on the question of supply. This T[le l0v>* did. and thp resolution come to wa:;that. in 8llnCa-se of houses within tiie 300 yards limit their hiT^ y taken at option from the well, but that i case °' houses outside that limit, the owners be called upon to connect with the water ^Pany's main. jftfi' 'lr>KNT IV r)t*EE-sTBEFT. — On Wednesday S?'.erQoon a boy named Walter Harris, of 4, North- V0, e*» Grangetown. was taking a horse from Mr. establishment in the direction of j(I Qrdiff Arms Hotel, when in Duke-street he f'lj^pntt'ol of the horse, which dashed into Messrs. tlirr window, doing considerable damage, and \1ng its rider. Police-constable Payne con- \vf £ se tho lid to the Infirmary, where, however, he n°t detained, as his injuries were not. so sRMer(3 as at first supposed. The horse Vvas also "pt'ed. {■jg^IOHCAXSHTBE AND MoXMOrTHSHITlE IX- AXD DIST'FX; ART.—For the week ending —Remaining by last week, 44 admitted 10 discharged, 3; died, 1; Remaining in the 50 number of out-patients on the books, t'aj Patients visited at their homes, 53. Medi- h\,ff:cer for the week commencing Feb. 7 tjr- s,cian, Dr. Edwards; surgeon, Dr. Tavlor. :surgeon, C. J. Watkins, M.R.C.S., L.S.A. Wa/en visitors for the week :—Messrs. Jonas (; /°n' Louis Tylor, Archibald Hood, the Rev. .Tones, and the Rev. C. J. Thompson,—(Jeo. T. err>an, secretary.

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NEWPORT. !

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SWANSEA.

"MERTHYR.

ABERGAVENNY.

BTAENAYON.

BRIDGEND.

BRITON FERRY.

CAERPHILLY.

COWBRIDGE.

FOREST OF DEAN.

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LLANELLY.

LLANGiNNEOH.

MAESTEG.

MACIIEN.

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NARBERTII.

NEATH.

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PONTYCYMMER.

TREFOREST.

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CARDIFF.

LLANDAFF.

PENARTH.

NEWPORT.

SWANSEA.

MERTHYR.

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ABERGAVENNY".

LLANELLY.

PONTYPRIDD.

TENBY.

TREDEGAR.

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.CARDIFF BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

NEWPORT BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

MERTIIYR BURIAL BOARD.

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