$arinrr?brp. A .B C. Guide to Stork Exchange, 1537 E.lttlon i27th).— Tile simplest an.1 tie". (iuitlf t-u every description of Stock Exchange transactions how to coon an ac- count with emali capita] contains highest and lowest sales for last IS years. Gratis and iostirgefrouipub- lishers, 9071 Freeborn, Fanklin and Co., 17. BariJc-street. kuy,d F:h;ln:1hester. 328a ÀgtníÍ£5,ij;randl.trs. &r. A Good Agency.—Kespectal/e Men in regular employ- meet, de«irons of increasing their income, aie ir>- vt?d to arpiy for terms ana particulars of a Spare-time Agency, by which th y can supply ciotl¡jr: boots and shoes, watches, jewellery, household r". quisites. musical intrmne!1t?" bicycles, Ac., forcasti or credit favourable terms 1.1 agent unci customer.- John MHlr" and Co Ltd., Box id, ;61. Westminster 'Bi.lgP4rcP!.(ond0n. F>nparjv a century.19137 ISiqjdes attb Crinrcbs. glc^T £ 5 59 CASIL or 15s with ordar and 10s per month, Lined frames plated rim", frsc wheel, two brakes, lamp, bell "J)ump. spanners: honest reliable machines hikil grade tyres: earring*- paid: guaranteed four years ten days' approval. Testimonials, photo, full speciti Ottlons tr)m the maker- GEORGE BEATSON. LION CYCLE WORKS, 80 MOSSLEY-3TRSET. BlitMINGKAM. 19105 iHe&ual SUnufcws. KHEBFR Appliances, Enemas, Hosiery, &j. list., Tree Trusses, -id double, os Z&. — Atkinsons' (C.,i.), Hin-strpet. Mi'idle<broo.gii. it) Jar Jfab. IFyour Boots are the Fife that's ail yoil need to know. The name Fife (re^.> is ft guarantee of quality, workmanship. comfort. LOD:! years of practi- cal bootmaJcing, experience, and conscience In the makincc are responsible for tbeirsuccess and reputation. "jTUEE Lome Boots, tackets or sprigs, stand hard Jl usage ana give long service. AJI sizes and fitting: fionest workmansiup. fh fid, 9s 6d. 10s Sd. A GR1CCLTURISTS, Shepherds, Foresters, Game- wTi- keepers and ali Outdoor Wearers. There ara no Boots for you to equal" Fife Boots at 13s 6d. TEE Farmer's I-Tiend Is undoubtedly Hogg's "Fife'' Boot* at 15s Sd and IBs M per pair built specially from finest waterproof leailiars for Country W>*r. TTiLOUOHMIiVS. Carters', Navvies', Miners', Road SZ men's. and Labourers' Boots made by skilled boot- makeri; give iron wear, 3olid comjort. 1~ jd.Ss3d, Ss &<1 ladies;. button bia,x cr I71IFR Roots for ladles, button and lace, black or JS; tan. glace kid or box eaif. 7s 6d. 8s 6d, 9s (id Shoes, ditto, 5s 6il. ?s fid, 7s od. Valueunequalled anywhere. 'TTUrK >ots for girls, button and lace, glova Jj j i'. Sises—? to 10, 3s 9d 11 to 1, 4s 9d Z,a 3d. Shoe- — to 10, 38 4d 11 to 1, 45 2d 2. 4s 8d. For boys, stand hard «7ear and Z-ar. Stzes-9.1ü. 4s 6d; 11 tol. 5s 3d 5 to 5, 6s 3d. Shoes—11 to 1, is 1d 2 to 5, 48 lid. AilGoodo sent carrlaeo paid. jJEND for my frea illustrated catalogue, covering O needs of whole family. It will save you money. T. Ho Eg. o 62. Strathmtzlo, Fife.—The Pioneer of A the Boots-oy-Post Trade. 18390 SOUTH Wales Property Gazette."—A Monthly Register of Hstiti ri. Houses, Lands, &c.. to be Let or Sold in Wales, Monmouthshire, West of gn-land, &c. 1.00C copies sent monthly, post free, to the leading inhabitants of Walegand Monmouthshire Insertions tree. Copies post free from Messrs Hen and Pertwee, Estate Agents, Auctioneers. &c, 74, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. 2444 F EAT il-E- 10 a, E A T R B h 8 FEATHERS FOR BEDS. Why bay common shoddy Wool Beds when you aan get best ENGLISH FEATHERS at 5d per lb, earriaga paid? Warranted dry and sweet. Feather Beds made Warder, 8e u for samples and price list to H HANDY AND CO., FEATHER JÐ.ŒCH..AKTS. 6061 WELSHPOOL. NORTH WALES. 114 .ft[ísuUant01ts. '• Tt/I"AX'F.EVIONIAL Poet sealed envelope 5d, with clr- 1TL cular 9d sstabliahe.d over quarter of century.— Editor. Rooms 9 to 14, Tr? £ ai*ar Hldg. Loodon, W.C. n :s. ^xsailatuons Mavis. WfELSS China.—Wanted, Swansea and Nantgarw IT Cbtna, Swansea and CambrianPotwr.w.d iHUwyn IT Cbtna, Swansea and CambrianPotwr.w.d iHUwyn Etruscan VV are only good sp^cfmeris required; hi; ii Jlr1oesldo.-Adùrp, Collector ;Otk. C'ir<J¡,r, 1Jaitks. j THE CHARING 0ROS'J B ÁK. (Est. 1370). | Cardiff Branch-75, ST. MARY-STREET. IdeadOffices—28,Bedford-street, Strand, London, W.C., and 39, Bishopsaate-sireet Witnm, London, E.G. Branches—Manciiesr-e*. Li-verpoo!, Leeds, Bradford, &c. I Assets, £ 1.607,949; Liabilities, £ i,256^J71; Surplus, £ 371,078. LOANS of E30 to £2.000 granted at a few hours' notice in town or country on personal security, jewellery, precious stones, stocks, shares and ftiriiimre ^"ithout removal. Stocks and Shares bought and sold. 2t PER CENT. allowed on current account balances. PEPOSIX3 of £10 and upwards received as aader— Subject to 3 months* notice-of withdrawal, p.c. per an. 6 It „ ,,6 It 12 7 Spectal terms for longer periods. Interest paid quarterly. Owing to the nature of our investments we are able to pay rates of Interest on deposits that will compare favourably with dividends caid on almost axij dass of stock or shareholding, insuring the safety of capital. We have been established for 37 years, and oar position in the banking world to-day testifies to the s access of 0\ business methods and to the satisfaction of our Write or call for prospectus. 1165 A. W uü T '\I-2:II.a:I:3,S ifioneu. x 0 T E S BMNK NoTES TO j t E N D LOANS arranged and CASH SENT BY POST. I H. L 10.: w 1 3 f wishes to invest a large sum of money by CASH ADVANCES OF £ 20 TO £ 10.000 on the SECURITY of your SIGNATURE ONLY. on the SECURITY of your SIGNATURE ONLY. BeJoreappIyiugto PROFESSIONAL MONEY LENDERS 'phone, wire, writt?, or consul: me. H LEWIS, I 27. CHARLES STREET, CARDIFF. PROMPTLY, PRIVATELY, CHEAPLY. 45n 2 to £5,000 ADVANCED By Private Lender on Simula Promissory Notas. No bills of sale taken. andabsaiuSe privacy guaranSeal. First letterofappllcatioa reaeiva.5 prornot -isssotlo-i, and intending borrowers are waited upon by a repre- sentative, who is empowered to complete transaction cn terms mutually arrange*), no charge bsir-K made unlets businessactuaiiy completed. Special quooaUons lorabortloalns, Write in confidence to C WVLLS. COKRIDER CBA)1BERS, 4Crn 9193 LEICESTER. TjUBLDINti3, Ohl-est&bllshed yinancievs, are pre JL pared to Advance sums from C20 to 93.00 at short ¡ notice on approved Note of Hand, personal or ether securities. Charges arranged before transactions are completed. Mortgaj^s on Property effected at current completed. onga;. on Property effected at current ratcbof intereft. i'roperty Purchased. Trade BilN t'tsccunted. Annuities and Fixed Incomes armnged. Honey advanced on second mcrtils-gps. Apply directsa we have no agents, Hayes Buildings, Ihe I Hayes, Cardiff. 15933 MESSRS S. HERN & PERTWEE, Estate Agents. 1' 74, St. Mary-street, Cardiff, art) prepared to advance from £100 to £ 100,000 en .Mortgage of Free- hold or Leasehold Property. and from £ b0 to £1,000 on persomJ security. J064 HE OLD-KSTABLISRKD PROVINCLir, CNIoN BANK continues to lend immense sums daily, from xio to £5,OCO, on Note of Hand Alone, or other Security, at a few hours' notice, to all classes in any part of Eng- land and Wales, r?x:ayabie by easy instalments. No good appiieation is ever refused. All communications strictly private. Moderate Interest. Special rates for short periods. The largest, best known, and most horwurably conducted Business in the Kingdom. Thousands of our regular customers have expressed their entire satisfac- tion in repeated transactions with us. If dssired, one of our Officials will attend at your residence at once with Cash, and carry out the advance THERE and THEN.— Call. or write (in confidence) to the Manager, Mr Stanley Dowding, 1, Queen-square, Bristol, ur to tne Local ¡ Agents. Davles and Co., !J;. St. 13ry."treet. Cardiff. AT URE*S £ JALL FOR ^JEDICINE comes to us aU at one time or another. It is impossible to go on-year in and year out- without the strongest bodily machine getting out of order in some respect. Indigestion, Liver or Kidney derangements, Constipation. from the consequences ol' too strenuous living jr other ailments we cannot escape, and the demand for a corrective F IS ^XSWERED BY BEECHAM'S PILLS. An iJea ot the I universal esteem in which these pilis are held may be formed from, the fact that the annual sale, exceeds six million boxes- This huge demand u the best proof of their value. The world wants th-em, aDd will have them for it has found no other medicine so generally and uniformly etticacious. If, therefore, your appe- tite is at fault. or biliousness troubles yriu. or you feellauguid. or depressed and run down, I there is no other remedy you can adopt with such confidence as jg E E C H A M'S pILLS. gEECHAM'S P ILL S. gEECH AM'S P ILL S. gEECHAM'S P T T, T, Sold everywhere in boxes. Price Is lid (56 pills) and 2s 9d (168 pills). JgASS AND CO'S PALE AND MILD ALES. SEASON BREWINGS ? AY NOW BE HAD IN PRIME CONDITION, IN CASKS OR BOTTLES, OF FULTON, DUNLOP, AND CO CARDIFF U4d ARDIFF AD VE RTI SI NG7~BILL- POSTING, & CIR.CULAB. JDISTRIBUTING LOA1PANY, LIMITED. OFFICES AND WORKS 1, PARK-STREET CARDIFF SECRETARY FRANK H. SIMPSON. Proprietors of the Principal Stations in Cardiff and Neighbourhood. Contractors tor all descriptions of Advertising, Circular pisteibutdng, &c. Ail orders promptiv attended to, 132—1044 $3nIiUc Jltmisfttttttts. C.aiDIFP. E W rjl H E A T R e! FARE-PLACE. CARDIFF. Sole Proprietor,ROEERT REDFORD. EVERY EVENING AT 7.30. GREAT ATTRACTION FOR THE SHOW WEEK, ) THE EVEPv^POPULAR MUSICAL PLAY. I rjIHE JgELLE OF ^EW \TORK. I — Next Week— HIS HOUSE IN ORDER. Box Office at Theatre. 10 to 5. Nat. Tel.. 376. I N Ew T HEATPE, CARDIFF. i_ Sept. 16,IX MIGHTS and a MATINEE. Welcome return of GEORGE ALEXANDER'S i COMPANY in the Brilliant Comedy TJIS JJ0lTSE IN (^EDER' I By A. W. Piuero. S t'¡. t" can now be booked. THEATRE ROYALT CARDIFF] Lessee and Manacer .ROBERT PvEDb'ORD. j EVERY EVENING AT 7.53. The Powerful P av. THE KIXG OF CRIME. Next Week—IN HOLY RUSSIA. j hotels, &c. LOXDON. y^ONDON.— I^IRCH'S JJOTELT Ib:¿, STRAND. Bed. Breakfast, and Attendance from 3s Sd. j J^ONDON JJOXN'S JJOTEL. 1, CIIAVEN-STREET, CHARINU CROSS. Bed, Breakfast, and Attendance from 3s. Every Comfort. 19122 TJISITORS to Liverpool will find ex- 7 cellent accommodation at Parry's Hotel (private), 34, Lori Quiet and most Wil- venient for all stations aud principal thoroughhfares. Terms moderate. 545 Insurant. QTTM of^ice 0 w FOUNDED 1710. The Oldest Insurance Office ia the World ( ^A^DIF^ B W. EVAN IiLOYD, District Inrpector. Insurances effected against t.he loUowingnsia FIRE. Workmen's Corn- Personal Accident. pensation & Em- Sickness & Disease, pioyers' Liability, Fidslity Guarantee.; including Accidents Fidslity Guarantes. j including Accidents Burglary. to Domestic Servants, Funds in Hand, £ 2,545 328. .4 ;()niI bing 1!,ttfu5. THE TAUNTON AND WRST OF ENGLAND PERPETUAL BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY. ESTABLISHED 1857. INCORPORATED 1883. Offices: 5, HASIHET-STREF.'i, TAUNTON. Secretsrv iMr R A. CjOODMAN. BORROWING SHAPES, £ 60 EACH. SUMS OF MONEY are ready to be advanced on security of any description of real property-free- hold, leasehold, or cop7holcV—on tho most equitable terms; the principal and Interest repayable by Monthly Instalments. ;LI'G SHARES, jE60 EACH. realised in 2' 15 years and 4 mouths by Monthly Payments Ù1 rive Shillings per share. FULL.X PATD-LT SHARES, bearing a fixed rata 01 Interest, payable half-yearly, or allowed to »ccu mnlÛ1ta Dfi;OSITS received. IntereAt at 4 per cent, per P- mm, payable half-yearly, or may accumulate, x I'OsnectTises, or any further particulars, may be obtained OIl application t-o the Secretary, as above or to 189 Mr THOMAS WEBBEB, District Secretary, Tower Chambers, Church-street, Se. Johm's- square, Cardiff. JtiliUc atirts. TTF. ART UNION [DRAWING in aid of WILLIAM R.BES, PeDybank, Ammanford.— Winning: numbers will appear in the Cardiff Times on October 26th, 1907. /1ANCER HOSPITAL (Free), Fulham Vj road, London, S.W.—PATIENTS SEEN DAILY on their own application at 2 o'clock. Funds ardently needed for general expenses and for the Research Department. Secretary Fred W. H-owell I X STOP ONE MOMENT. X OH, DEAR, DOCTOR, MUST MY DARLING DIE THERE 13 VERY LITTLE HOPE, BUT TRY TUDOR w ILLIAMS' Tv PATENT JJALSAM OF H ONEY. THERE IS NO REMEDY UNDER THE CANOPY Ol HEAVEN EQUAL, P TRONTSED BY ROYALTY, NOBILITY. DOCTORS, NURSES. AND MOTHERS PRAISE IT. WHY1 It contains pure WELSH BONEY and all Essence of the Purest and most efficaciom Herbs, gathered on the Hills of Wales, being gathered in the r proper season, when its virtues are in full perfection. BRONCHITIS. THERE are thousands of children who die annually from Bronchitis. Whooping Cough, and Croup. This is a grand discovery for the cure of such complaints. It is LNVALCABLK for Weak-chested MeaDeiicate Women, and Children. It cures when all other remedies fail. It cures Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Tightness of the Chest. It cures thousands of children of Bronchitis and Whooping Cough. It cures for One Shilling when Pounds have been spent ia vain, TRY IT. If you have a Cough, try ft. If yon have a Cold, try it. If you have Bronchitis, try it. It loosens the phlegm and promotes expectoration, produces warmth and comiort to th- chest, and gives refreshing sleep I when you have lo3t nights oi rest. A STIPENDIARY AND A MAGISTRATE IN THE I COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN REMARKS — "I feel it my dutv to inform YOIl that I have been using your Tudor Williams' Balsam of Honey in my family-whch is a iarge one-tor many years, and have proved its great value, having used nothing else for Cough during Measles, Whooping Cough, and Bronchitis, and can highly recommend it to ail yarent3 for such complaints." SEE THAT YOU GET THE GENUINE ARTICLE- I TUDOR WILLIAMS' PATENT BALSAM OF HONEY. SO MANY IMITATIONS AND FRAUDS. MOST IMPORTANT. Sold by an Cbemlstsand Stores In 19,2B 6d, and 4s Sd bottles. Sample bottle sent (post paid) for Is 3d, 23, and 5s, from the inventor. Savins in purchasing the large size bottles. D. TCD0R Willia?ID.E.W I MEDICAL HALL.'ABERDARE. 1117 I THERAPION 2i' ™JS32 remedy, used in Continental Hospitals by ilicord, Kostau, Jobert. Voipeau, and others surpasses every- thing hitherto employed for impurity oi blood, spots, blotches, pains, and swellings of joints, kidney, bladder, and liver diseases, gravel, pains in back, stone, gleet, gout rheumatism, exhaustion, sleeplessness, &c. Three lorros, Aos. i. 3. and5, according to diseases for which intended. Price 2s Sd (particulars penny stamp) post lxee in Great Britain, Jrom the I.e Cierc Medicine Co., Haverstock-road, Hampstead, London, and principal chemists. i90ai I I?, CARD OP 1 W BIAICEYSl BOOT PROTECTORS I SSSP^ SAVES A SOVEREIGN. pi J^SIST M | UPOM HAV1KG G £ KL'i.«l"SUKEYS' l| D, BE. GUUED. ? 11 Trrri » n iT» iiSln^i iflTtwilinn IIiJlMnil SfdUs Iru JluriuTn. -+- AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. Messrs FULLER. HORSEY, SONS and CASS ELL. Obsolete War Vessels, at Devonport Oct. 2 T. I'llV.' LLL snd SON. Farming -lock, at Pentre, Abercanafon Oct. 3 s" KN NY B R IDG E I Close to Dew nock Railway Station). 2,420 SHEEP, 26 CATTLE, 10 HORSES AND PONIES. rflHE ANNUAL SALE OF FOREST JL LODGE DRAFT STOCK (the property of Jlr W. S. Jlfller) will be lieid at tiie above place on THURSDAY, 19ih September, 1307. HEEP.-20 pure-bred Shropshire. Ryelaud, and Kerry ram; 70 cscetlent Cheviot and Cross-Cheviot and Cardie ralll; 1,200 strong store ewes (Cheviot, Cross-Cheviot, Kerry. and Welsh), about. 253 of these are 2 and 3 year old ewes, and raddled on head GOO wethers, mostly fat 320 ewe lambs (Cheviot, Cross-Cheviot, and Kerry), aud no wether lambs, .10. CATTLE.—26 cows aurt grand heifers (shorthorn, Ayrshire), most of which are to calve from September to Christmas, 1901. 1u HORSES, COLTS, and PONIES, various. Thrt'p 1!10ntlB' credit ou approved 8t:t"Urity lor sums over Discount at the rate of 5 per cent, per anmitc. Lunch at 11. Sale at 12.30, beginning with rams. Brakes wiii leave Llandovery Station at 10 a.m., and return after the Sale. For the convenience of pur- chasers from Monmouth aud Glamorgan a brake will leave Sermybridge for Brecon in the aiternoon to meet the 5.1U plli. Brecon and Merthyr tra.iu. Forest Lodge, Brecon, 4th Sept., 1907.. 19186 SALE OF OBSOLETE WAR VESSELSTbjTorder of Lh; Lords Commissioners oi the Admiralty. MESSRS FULLER, HORSEY, SONS and CASSELL are instructed to SELL by CI" I ON af H. \i. Dockyard, Devonport. on WED- NESDAY, October 2nd, 1907, at 11 o'clock precisely, the following Obsolete War Vessels — The twiTi-ftcrfw first-class ARMOURED CRUISER The twiTi-ftcrfw first-class ARMOURED CRUISER ACRoRA. 5,600tons displacement, and I The SAILING BRIG KLSOFISHER, ■W9 rons displacement. I The Aurora is lying at Holy Loch, near Greenock, and the K insifeher off Devonport. Dockyard. Full particulars, wit11 conditiOilS of sale, may be had un payment of Is "wit (returnable to purchasers), of .•h-?!>rs !• tiller, Kersey, and Cassell, 11, Billiter- s qua re, K.C. 19194 bíppin9 Ratios. I LLAN ROYAL MAIL.—CANADA I end U.S. UnsurVIHIf\¡od for 1st!, 2nd and 3rd clfts3e9. Bpecial ratea to Ontario, M!\Dit8ba. and I Cantk .ian North West, Handbooks free.—Apply Allans, 54. Pall 19, James etreet, Liverpool, and 10.3., LendenhaH-streeK London; or to W. J. Tronuce and Sona, Bate Docks, Cardiff: Captaiu J. A. Scoit, 15, Cathaya- terrace, Cathays; 0. Sluart, 35, Mount Smut- squaie C. J. Cudlip. 32, City-road; Davies & Co., 58, Cnartes-street, Cardiff. QTNADTAN JPACIFIC J^INET FA TEST 1 Tor-iaiiings and Pamphlet, q j Re Work and W3cej. R 1 V A ii I Appiy to (.P. Riy., AU A. |gi st. Augustiue's-parade, Bristol: or W. J. Trounce and Sons, Bute Docks; Davies and Co.,55, Cliarles-s^eet Chos. Cook apd Son, J, Duke- st r?et Stew.1.rt and Co., 35, Mcunt5tuarl;-aar6; Captain Scott, 47, Catliays-terrac-, Cathays Cndlipp, 32, City-road, Dean and Daws on, 67, St. Mary- street, Carditf. Voung and 9, xredegrar->J»ca, Newj port. D. At. Richards. Wenallt, Aber^lare. Thomas, 19, Market-street, AliartLHery. F. Coombe3, Besnfort- •iiuars, Chepstow, fliils and Sons, 171. Oxford-street, .Pvnt1cyrU1Dt!r. Rae" Jonei, Hijti-atraat, Rhymn,y. J.L.Atfcins, Geilyraelog, Dowlai*. Morgan. 112, st., Merthyr. Thomts and Son. Town Jtlall Chambers, and D. C.JODea, Graig Post Othce, Pontypridd. West- macott, 16, Monk-stres", Abertjavenny. Howell Bey- non. Slount Vernou. Brynmawr-place, Maesteg, Glain. J. Phiilips, The Post Office, Gianamman. \JLJ HITE STAR LINE.—LIVERPOOL II to AUSTRALIA, calling at Capetown (South Africa). PERSIC, 11,9i4 Sept. 25 R UXIC. 1,43 tens -Oct. 24 MEDIC, 11,934 ions Nov. 21 tons 21 The accommodation on these twin-screw steamers comprises smoking, reading, and dining rooms. Fares.—To Australia, jE17 to £27 to Capetown, £ 15 15s to £ 22 For further particulars apply to Local Agents or tolsmay, Imrie and Co., Liverpool, Southampton; 1. CoeksprtB-otreet, ILW and 33, LeadenhaU-street, E.C, London. GUMME ii O U I D A IMPORTANT TO READERS. THE GOUTH -YJIYALES J^AILY I^RWS IS ON SALE AT THE FOLLOWING! HOLIDAY RESORTS EACH MORNING: — ABERYSTWYTH. W. H. SMITH and SON ..Railway Bookstatt. W JEJUNS.ZJ, Great Darkgate-streat.. G. I. JONES .14, ThespiM-atreet EVANS BEOS 17, Pier-ùtted BARMOUTH. W. H. SMITH and SON .Railway Bookstall E. DAVTBS .1, BelleVua Arcada BATH. WYMAN and SONS, Ltd. RaO way Bookstall W. H. SMITH and SON .15, Manvers-straeb H. MARIGOLD .16. Green-streuli BUILTH. W. H. SMITH and SDN .Railway Bookstall II. LEWIS.Market HaU CLEVEDON. WYMAN and SONS, Ltd.Railway Bookstall W. H. SMITH and Sou 10a, TRIANGLE FERRYSIDE. A. GOLDSMITH Newsagent HAY. HENRY R. GRANT .15, Castle-street 3. FERRIS .Hlghtown ILFRACOMBE. W. H. SMITH and Son .Railway Bookstall W. H. SMITH andSON High-street Miss A. B. CEOPP Fore-street W. COOKE ..79. Fore-st., and 27, Broad-stnwfi LLANDRINDOD WELLS. WYMAN and SONS, Ltd.Railway Bookstall W. H. SMITH and ON Station-crescent R. EVANS and SON.. Middleton-street THE RADNORSHIRE STANDARD COMPANY. High-street LLANWRTYD WELLS. Miss WILLIAMS ..Newsagent LLANGAMMARCH WELLS. W.STEPHENS.. Post Offlca LLANIDLOES. W.H. SMITH and SON „Railway Bookstall J. ROGERS Newsagent LLANSTEPHAN. W.LEWIS The?torea E. T.DAVUS .The Emporium LLANTWIT MAJOR. W. CUMMINGS Wesley-street W.H.FISHER BristolHousa MINEHEAD. COX, SONS, and CO., Ltd .Newsagents MUMBLES. Mrs HOWELL Newsagent Mrs W. H. JONES .The Dunns Post Offlca Mn E. JOHN .— Newsagent 1Irl ORRIN.Post Offica WILLIAMS _BlackplU L,E. WRIGHT .Paradj PORTHCAWL. D. HUTCHINSON .Newsagent Mrs J. J. XHOMAS .Newsagent RHAYADER. W. H. SMITH and SON .Railway Bookstall HrsE. PRICE .Newsagent SENNYB RIDGE. DAVID DAVIES Newsagent SOUTHERNDOWN. 3.VERITY Post 0fflca TENBY. WYMAN and SONS, Ltd.Ranway Bookstall W. H. SMITH and SON.„15, Warren-street C. High-streefc j. E. ARNETT Newsagent, The Library WESTON-SUPER-MARE. WYMAN and SONS, Ltd. Railway Bookstall W. h. dMITH and SON, Hereford House, WalTiscote-road LAWRENCE BROS .High-street W. LEVER and Regent-street JAMES LEVER 47, High-street I). HALLETT .Claremont P.O^near Pier H. JELL.Meadow-street -+_ HEATH & SONS, GRAMOPHONES, RECORDS. AND ACCESSORIES. EOL^AGENW ITYTETROSTYLE BECHSTEIN, OIANOS. BROAD woo a A BLUTHNER, T>IAN0LA ERARD, JL PIANO PLAYERS, SCH1EDMAYER, XALT STECK, 71? OLIAN SELF- NEUMEYER, ZJh PLAYINQ WALDEMAR, &c. ORGANS. IIANOS^lx STOCK Exceptional Discount fl) by Cash, or Easy Teruu Arranged. BRINSMBAD. COLLARD, FROM "| ,1 f* KIRKMAN, iui STEIN WAY. MON i HL Y. IBACH, <fec. £ ^?YPRIDD. ORGANS ,r PENARTH, an l PORT TALBOT. MASON and H^VMLIN, —— 10ô6- BELL, N :>t. Tel. Cardiff -OllH. DOMINION,; Poutypridd—21. PAINE'S BILLPOSTING SYNDI- CATE. For Aberdarc, Hirwain, Mountain Ash and District. .Z. ANDREWS, Secretary. 13502 Offices— | NEW THEATRE. ABE RDARE, _<• V ^usinens ^bStesses. frora REAL ^SILVER^ WATWE9 j d /Jf* 0 ft M t The markets of the world f,a yy/pa M a S3 have been literally ran- m J y/f Jaaf 4 « | sackod to 3ecure the «cam | cr the latest I.V.ITCH ar,,1 SA.HULI new selections follow. ■M!mk •• SABUKL'Sn!^ sci^ons'fonow^ t-M /Ar Ing his recrnt Stock-taking Sale. The m r!§\ JyyCf V •? enormcus demand has Jed to incv«ased sav- O lugs, the whole of which H. SAMUEL ia la j*0—distoihaiing to his customers in im- m Quaiity and reduced prices, M „ »■ SF^oflusc | R«1 c'dTnd.m. I £ f 'LttCKY' WCDBWW RUMS £ 9 9 0 Bow B W I Free Gift of spiradid'soHd I three RaWes and ffij] "f 7 jj| I GoM/,cPe>. fuut DiamonJs. W 1 I S| SOLid Gold. I Hrooc^°M | H. 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THE POLICE COURTS. CARDIFF, Stone Through Window.—" I had a drop of drink and I fell into the window," was the excuse put forward at Cardiff on Monday by Elizabeth iJ ugh (30), who was charged, with being disorderly and break- ing a pane of embossed plate-glass in the win- dow of the West Dock Hotel, Herbert-street. Sidney Williams, the licensee, produced a stone which prisoner was seen to throw through the window. A fine of 10 and costs and the damage (30s) was imposed, or 21 days in de-. fault. Struck a Scrgnt,-Sergla nt Edward Wa.ters told the magistrates that on Sunday morn- ing,while he had a prisoner in custody, Joseph Whitworth (24;, came up and said, That's my brother you're not going to take him." He struck the sergeant several times on the fne and punched him in the chest. In consequence the prisoner got away. For the assault Whitworth was fined 11 and costs, or 21 days. SWANSEA. Smashing a Mirror.—John llorrigan, of no fixed address, was charged with being drunk and disorderly in Craddock-street and wilfully breaking a mirror in the Albert Restaurant. Defendant was fined zC5, with the alternative of a month's imprisonment. Charge of Attempted Criminal Assault.— John Shea, a labourer, of Cae Pistyll-street, Swansea, was charged with attempting to criminally assault Martha Williams, aged 6. at the Brytimelyn Park. Mr Thompson defended. Defendant was committed for trial, but released on bail. Persistent C'ruoity.—David Thomas Jones, of Caebricks-road.shop assistant,summoned by his wife for persistent cruelty, had, it was stated, been married eight years, and he was alleged to have commenced illtreating his wife three months after marriage. Sin; had once before had an order of 10s a week made against him. On August 31st last he was alleged to have beaten his wife very cruelly. Mr V. frioe, for the defendant, agreed to an order of 12s Cd a week, and this the Hench made. CAERPHILLY. Magistrates as Peacemakers.—Sarah Ann Williams, of Clvdach, neat- Abergavenny, ap- plied for a maintenance order against her hus- band, John Williams, a watchman. Mr T. J. Thomas, Bargoed, appeared for the applicant, and Mr F. P. Charles (Messrs Gwilym James, Charles, and Davies, Merthyr) defended. The parties were married in 1902, and in July last there was some disagreement, which culmi- nated in defendant leaving the district. The summons, on the suggestion of the Bench, was suspended for a month in the hope of an amic- able settlement being effected. Said fTer Effigy was Burnt.—At Caer- philly on Tuesday Blanche Hanson. married, of Wine-street. Caerphilly, applied for and was granted a summons against a Mrs Watkins for threats. In reply to the magis- trates' clerk Mrs Hanson said that Watkins had burnt her effigy in the street. Magistrates' Clerk Are you afraid that she will burn you ?—No, sir but she threatens me and assault, me each time I go out. Callous Pirents.-Edwaxd Smith and hi wife Emily were charged with being drunk when in charge of two children at Llanbradach. Evidence of drunkenness was given by Acting- sergeant Davies, who added that the two chil- dren were in a filthy condition and practically starving. There was absolutely no furniture in the house. Defendants were lined 10s, or seven days each- LLANDAFF. Nets Over Rabbit Boles.AII)ei-t Talbot (41), labourer, of Cardiff, was charged at Llandaff Court on Monday with tres- passing on land belonging to Mrs Cory on August 26th in search of conies. A keeper named Wm. StansLiurg saw a man near éLrabuit warren. On approaching the spot the man entered a wood. The keeper found nine nets set over the holes, and a ferret. Talbot was later seen by Stansburemerging from the wood, his knees being covered with dirt. When he tried to search him Talbot struck him. Prisoner was fined X2 and costs, or one month. ABERAVON. Despicable Hound.—At Aberavon on Monday John Fisher, haulier, To/imawr, and Mary Richards, married, also of Toumawr, were summoned for using obscene language. The male defendant said Mary ltu:h'\rds asked him what he had been saying about her daughter (who wz, married to his. i' Lsher's, brother). She the called him several vile names, In cross-examination by Mr L. Thomas (who appeared for Mrs Richards), I1 isher admitted that he told his brother and Mrs Richards's husband that he (defendant) had had immoral relations with his brother's wife. The Chairman characterised the defen- dant Fisher as a most despicable wretch. "You are a low. Ulean, despicable hound," added the chairman. Fisher was fined X2 and costs or a month. LAMPETER. Alleged farceuv.Oli Monda v (before the M ayor, Aid. Evan Davies) Leorge of 105, Dale-street, Liverpool, saddler, was chargi*l with having beeti drunk 011 Saturday evening near Pontfaen. There were further charges against the accused of having stolen a gentleman s overcoat, umbrella, and a lady's coat and mackintosh, the property of Dr. Bebb, principal of St. David's College. P.C. Richards said accused was arrested by him on Saturday evening for drunkenness. He found on him certain goods which it was believed had been stolen, and he applied that accused be remanded until Thursday for further inquiries to be made. The charge of drunkenness was withdrawn, and the accused was remanded uufcil Thursday on the charge of larceny. TREDEGAR. Theft of Timber.—" T thought it was no use, and took it fur firewood," WJIS the explanation of John Lloyd. labourer, New Tredegar, tipoa-, being summoned on Tuesday for stealing a piece of timber, the property of the Powell Duffryn Company. He was fined 10s. Absentee Militiaman.—For absenting hun- self frúm til" trainiiig of the Morupouthshire Militia on July 1st William John Rapps was fined 40s. Travelling Without a Ticket.—-J;mie.s John- son, an Ebbw Vale collier, travelled by a Lon- don and North-Western train from Newport to Bedwellty Pits without a ticket. He was fined 208.,
South Wales News. I' Sudden Death at Pontypridd. An elderly Collier, Jclirt Jones, of Danylan- terrat- Pwllgwaun, near Pontypridd, on Tues- day afternoon, after finishing work at Coed- cae Colliery, Hafod. boarded an electric car for Pontypridd. Soon after his entry into the car the conductor noticed him swoon, and went to his assistance. Dr. Cockroft was summoned, but Jones died in a few minutes without regaining consciousness. Death is presumed to be due to heart failure. Francis Is;tac Ivirby, an assistant timber- man. f Jewelvn-street, Pontvgwaith, on Mon- day night had got to the mouth of the No. S Pit, Tyiorstown, and was in the long file of workmen waiting to descend, when he was seen to stagger. Police-Sergeant Griffiths rushed to Kirbv's assistance, and Kirby died in his arms before medical assistance arrived. Deceased leaves a young widow and seven children. Aberavon Rates. The Finance Committee of the.Aberavon Town Council met on Tuesday evening. Mr David Williams presiding. The accountant (Mr F. E. Baker) submitted his estimates for the ensiling half-year. and it was decided to levy a borough rate of 3d and a general district rate of 2s Id in the C-. the latter being the same as last half-year. The Town Clerk stated that the Post Office authorities were pressing for s, payment of £113. expenses incurred in carrying on the branch post otrke at Aberavon. The accountant reported that the debit balances amounted to £ 2,621, showing a decrease of £ 480 as compared with the same period last year. Tenders were received for the erect".o of the new market, and those of Messrs Gilbert Thompson and Co., Birmingham, being the lowest, viz. No. 1 contract £ 2,902, and Xl). 2 contract £ 2,251, were accepted. Merihyi* Finances. Mr Arthur ..Daniel presided at a meeting of the Finance Committee of the Merthyr Town Council on Tuesday afternoon. The Treasury authorised the payment to Mr W. A. Maciure Phillips of £ 19 7s as compensation for loss of oUieP, The Local Government Board sanc- tioned the borrowing of £ 400 for the purchase of tbe freehold of part of the playground oi' Aberruoi-lais Council School. The borough accountant's report showed balances in favour of the Council amounting to £ 19.241 2s 2d. The committee approved a bill amounting to £ 182 3s Sd for Mr S. T. Evans's fees in connec- tiou with the application for county borough powers. The Buildings Committee appointed a sub-committee to finll a site near the New Brighton district of Pentrebaeh for the erec- tion of a school to accommodate 500 children. Child's Fatal Draught. Mr W. Buckley Roderick, district, coroner, Llanelly, held an inquest at Pontardulais on Monday, touching the death of the 18-months old son of Mr David Ileycock, tinworker, I Hendy. The child's grandfather, with whom its parents also live, was repairing a kettle lid, using for the purpose some tiuniag-fiux (hydro- chloric acid). In his absence the child got some of the flux into a can containing a. small quantity of water, and this the child subse- quently drank. Dr. G. 1. Williams, M.B., Pontardulais, said death was due to suffoca- tion, caused by inflammation of the membrane round the glottis. Verdict accordingly. Sudden Da&th at Cwmbran. Mrs Charlotte Davies, of 64, Victoria-street, Cwmbran, died suddenly on Tuesday. Shortly after 8 o'clock deceased left the house in com- pany with her husband, with the intention of proceeding to the railway station. She turned into the Rose and Crown Hotel to leave the key of the house there, and afterwards went out through the back door. As she did not arrive at the station her husband returned, and after a search found his wife lying dead in the yard at the back of the hotel. Dr. Murphy was at oqce sent for. Death is attri- buted to heart disease. School Managers' Powers. Managers of public elementary schools in Carmarthenshire, particularly those of Llanelly district, have appealed to the county educa- tion authority in vain, s i far, for the delega- tion of further powers of administration, but to-morrow (Thursday) the Carmarthenshire Education Committee will consider whether a sub-committee should be appointed to revise the existing regulations and instructions to school managers, with a view of meeting their wishes. Portentous Local Government Board Inquiry. At a meeting of Llandovery Town Council on Tuesday, the Deputy-Mayor (Alderman T. Watkins) presiding, a letter was read from the Local Government Board declining to sanction the borrowing of £ 104 for meat market repairs. The Board stated that such expenditure could be best met out of revenue. It will be recalled that this application was the subject of an inquiry by an inspector of the Local Govern- ment Board. Scavengers' Wage Rate. Mr Thomas Jones presided at a meeting of the Mountain Ash District Council on Tuesday afternoon. The Finance Cummittee reported that they had decided to increase the salary of the scavengers to 4s 3d per day, this rate to be equivalent to 57k per cent. on the standard wage of the miners, and subject to its varia.- tions. The report was referred to the Wages Committee for consideration. Cardiff Infant's Fall. A little girl, aged four, name unknown, fell off high railings in Bridge-street, Cardiff, on Tuesday afternoon, and was rendered uncon- scious. An occupant of a house close by took the child in, and medical aid was obtained. She recovered consciousness a few minutes later. It is feared, however, that she has dislo- cated her left leg. She was taken home. Lighting of Geiligaer Schools. The R-ev. llarri Edwards presided at a special meeting of Gelligaer School Managers on Tuesday, when tenders for coal were ac- cepted. In regard to the lighting of Bedliuog School it. was resolved to ask Messrs Guest, Keen and Co. to quote terms for supplying electric iight to the schools. Measles and Death. Margaret Young, age six years, of Cairns- street, Cardiff, suffered from nleasles for about I a week, but as the child had not taken to its bed the parentis did not send for a doctor. On Monday morning, however, the girl was much worse, and Dr. McKelvey was sent for, but on his arrival he pronounced life extinct. ) Carmarthen and the I.L.P. An I.L.P. meet in:- was held at Carmarthen on Monday night, Mr W. Field, organiser, South Wales and West of England, presiding. Speeches in support of the Labour movement were delivered, and the feeling of the meeting I was that an LL.P. branch should be formed at Carmarthen. Breakdown of.Electric Shaft System. Owing to the breakdown on Saturday even- ing of the electric shttft system between Whit- land and Narberth, believed to have been caused by lightning, the up and down Great Western Railway trains were delayed for some time- Gel ligaer's Low Death Rate. At a meeting of Gelligaer District Council at Hengoed on Monday, liev. T. Reas, B.A., J.P., in the chair, Dr. W. W. Jones, the medical officer for the district, reported adeath rate for the month equal to 7 per 1,000 per annum, the lowest on i-ecord. Telephone Service for Llanwrtyd Wells. Llanwrtyd Wells Urban District Council re- solved at a meeting on Friday night to apply I to the Postmaster-Gener-al for a local telephone service. The health of the town, though crowded with visitors, was reported good." Burglary at Telephone Call Offica. On Friday night last a burglary was com- mitted at Pen?irth central call oilicc of the National Telephone Company. The box con- taining the pence of the users was forced open and the contents were taken. Mr Herbert Booth at Rhayader. Mr Herbert Booth, son of General Booth, lectured on The Early Christians at Bethany Hall, Rhayader, on Tuesday night. There was a large attendance.
CEMETERY FOR CATS AND DOGS An indictment of the 'sanitary state of Cilfynvdd was made bv Mr T. B. Evans at a, meeting of the Pontypridd Council on Tuesday. The Council, asserted Mr Evans, were very ready h, give Cilfynvdd refuse tips, and though a promise had been made to look for other sites nothing seemed to have been done. No attention whatever was Ilaiti to the tip, and the stench was sickening. In fact, it was nothing but a cemetery for cats and dogs." MrMoses Jones said that things covtVInot b« in such a state as that alleged, for if they glanced zilec, at the medical officer of health's report-they would find that only one notifiable disease had occurred in Cilfynvdd in pjght. weeks. The surveyor was instructed to take remedial measures. Mr Dd. Evans also drew attention to the emptying of what is known as the Doctor's Can a f." Treforest, and the menace to public health arising from the dead animals. in the bed of the canal. The sanitary inspector was ordered to prepare a report on the ques- tion.
WAS IT IN SELF-DEFENCE P At Aberdire 011 Tuesday WiHiam Thomas was charged with wounding Thomas Lloyd at Hawthorne-terrace, Aberdare. Defendant lived in an underground kitchen at Lloyd's house On Saturday night Lloyd went down to tdl defendant he would have to leave, whereupon defendant rushed at him like a lion (according to the evidence) and struck him on the forehead with a steel wedge (produced). Cross-examined by 'the prisoner, prosecutor admitted taking a hottle of beer to defendant in the kitchen. He did that for the sake of peace. (Laughter.)—Magistrates' Clerk: Oh, that was a peace offering. (Laughter.) Defendant's story was that prosecutor seized him by the th 'oat and was choking him when he struck him with the wedge in self-defence. j Prisoner was committed for trial at the Quarter Sessions.
I THE WEEK'S MARKETS. CORN. Cardiff, Saturday.—Markets very strontr all round Home-grown wheat Is, foreign Is Sd to 23 per qr. higher on the week. Grinding barley Is, maize 9d to Is up. Home-grown wheat 1, foreign Is 6ct to 23 per qr. higher on the week. Grinding barley Is, maize 9<1 to Is up. O:tt,s, I)eans, and pe-,i. tirni. Gloucester .Saturday.— English whe:1t small supply— reds 33s for dry samples, whites 34s foreign wheat 2s 6d advance Plated 39s Ed to 40s 6d. Russians 38s 6d to 40. Plate maize 25s 9d, flat -6s Bristol, Bessarabian 26s. Barley 2is 9d Bristol. Otg-new 18s to 18s 3d, (¡[L122i! to 23. Weather mild and damp. Xewport, Wednesday.—Wheat firm and 6d dearer barley, 1* to Is 6d dearer, according to position; maize, 6d dearer fines. 29s per sack. CATTLE. Roath (Cardiff), Tussday.—There was a fair supply of cattle on offer at this market to-day, which met a slow demand sheep and lambs were a short supply and firm in price pigs were scarce and met a good (temand a few calves were offerrd-prime steera or heifers GBs t,) 6Zs per ewt.. seconds 62s to 618 per rwt. cows and bulls 54s to 60s per cwt.: sheep—choir/* wethers 8d per lb., heavier weights 8d per lb., cwea 6id to 7-Ul per lb., lambs lid to 9d per lb. pigs, mll weights, lis to lis 3d per score. heavier weights 10 fit! to 10a 9d per score, baconers 9s 6d to 10s 3d per score, sows 6s to 7s per score calves 7d to Sid per 10. In the carcase market there was a choice supply of meat on offer, which met a good dmand; prices—prime ox or heifer sides Sd to 5cI per lb., secondary lots SId to S-id per lb. inferior lots 4d to 41d per lb., hind quarters 6.W1 to 7d per lb., fore euarfers 4d to 4Jd per lb., mptton—choice wethers 7}d to 8d per lb., ewe mutton 6d to 7d cer lb., latub 7id to 8 j-d per lb pork 61d to Gtd per liJ: no veal on offer. Trade was fair, but a clearance was not effected. Newport, Wednesday.-Ver good supply of all stock, and brisk demand. Best beef. 6Lti to 61'1, seconds 6d to 6Id., cows 5id to rod. best wether mut- ton 8d to 8-M ewes 7d, lamb 9d, calves 8d, porker pigs 10s to 103 6d, large pigs 9s 6d to lOs. FAIRS. Monmouth, Monday.—This fair was herd or, Mon- day in brilliant weather. There was a good attend- ance of buyers. As usual, there was ft large supply of beef and mutton store cattle were nut numerous, but trade all round ws good. Horses were not well re- presented. and there was a brisk demand for all classes of working animals. Good heavy carts made lroin C50 to £ 60, working horses £15 to £20. young farm horses £ 20 to £ 23. Xo good cobs 011 otfer. The pig trade was again looking up, especially in nice light porkers. Cows and rnive3 n2 to £17, milch cows EU n> £ 14, two year old cattle Ell to £ 13 IC3, sows ntt pigs np to A:8 10s, strong stores 31s to ;)5s smaller pigs were not in demand. Quotations ;TIef 6d to bid, cosrser quaJities 5tl tu 6J. veal 71d t" 71d, werner mutton 8d to Sid, ewe ,'u. 6td. to qd, lamb 9d ro lOd per lb., pork 10s to IO5 lOd, bacon 9; 6d per score. Auction prices :—The tollowing prices were realised under the hammer of 1!8r., Neimes and foole, Mon- mouth :—Bullocks £ io 10s tu;Clg 15R, heifers £ 15 to £ 17 10s, fat calves £2 17s to £ 4 12s, store do. 30s to 33s, wethers 36s 6d to 50s, ewes 32s to 42s, lambs 2Ss to 32s 6d, baooners up to i:5 153. Carmarthen. Mood ay.—September fair was held her to-day, horses being disposed « £ in Priory-?creet, and cattle sold in the uiarkJt. In the latter department trade was not co brisic as it was a month ago, although there were plenty of beasts on offer, stores in particular being more difficult to move than they were at the August, fair. As a class the cattle were very good. Yearlings made from £7 13s 'o £ 12, but few older cattle changed hands, t wo-year-olds going al-, £ 11 to £ 13. Messrs Lloyd and Thomas ottered for sale by pubiic atiction 35 fat cattle and cows with calves, and at the sale there seemed to be a better demand than there was at the fair. Thr quotations of the Carmarthen auctioneers were-fat cattle, C13 to- Ð.7 and cows with calves, £ 12 10s to S15 10s. There were neither sheep i>or pigs 011 offer. There was a very large horse fair, a great, number being takcn back home unsold. The best of the carters were snapped up, good colts selling very well. ^Yearlings realised 1:18 to £ 20 suckers, 00 to >12; two-year-oida, [2.0 to E25 and three-year-olds, E28 to £ 30. The prices for cobs and poilic-s were, according to quality, from E13 to C20, carriage and barn horses being sold at £ 35 to £ 40. Ammamord, Tuesday—There was an excellent supply of pill'" and buyers were plentiful. Prices ranged from 21s to 30s. Milch eows were in poor de- mand. A few yearlings were sold for 1-7 to E8 10s. In other departments trade was slow. CHEESE. Newport, Wednesday.— Supply, 12 tons good atlendaiic,, fair demand. Caerphillies, 45s to 563; fancy dairies, 57s to 58s Derbies, 53s to 60s truckles, 50s to 60s singles. 59s to 603 Cheddars, 50s to 58s. HIDE,SKIN, I1'AT, AND WOOL. Hide, Tallow, and Wool Company, Limited. Tre- forest, Friday.— Hides—Ox hides. SDIOS. and upwards, 4il ordinary flayed 5d, perfect Hayed. 8SJbg. to S41bs., 4jd, 5d 751bs. to 841b3.. 4i :1, 5d: ^5ibs. to 741bs„ 4Jd, Sd 561bs. to 641bs„ 4;d, jd: 551bs. and under, 4Jd, ad; heavy cows, 4}d, 41d; light cows, 4^d, 4 jd bulls, 4Ji; cuts and warbled, M to 41, 1. Horses, 20s, 17s, 15s, 12s, 10s,7s 6d. Calf—171bs. and upwards 6d ylb. to 16ib3., 61d iglit, 6Jd flawed.SJd. Lambs, 33 6d to 5s 3d; pelts -211 to 4s. Fat—best sweet clean, ;¿d per lb.; seconds, 2d; common, lid. Salt. 25 per cwt.
"HAMMERED" A POLICEMAN. A Dangerous Man at Neath. At Neath on Tuesday, NVm. Henry Snow, a rnasou, of Neath, was charged with being drunk and disorderly in Eva-street, Neath, on Monday night, and with assaulting P.C.'s Hopkin Davies and Devereaux. Prisoner pleaded guilty. P.C. gopkin Davies produced a hammer, which, he said, the prisoner had used upon him. striking him several blows on the shoulder. Head-Constable Higgins read a list of previous convictions against the prisoner, and described him as a most dan- gerous man. The Chairman (Mr Walter E. Rees) said the Bench were determined to put a. stop to such conduct. They fined prisoner 10s and costs for drunkenness, and Y.4 and costs, or two months' imprisonment with hard labour, for assaulting the police.
-u_ NEWPORT AW CASE. Justice Parker had before him in the Vac atiori Court on Wednesday a probate motion ;n the case of Pritchard v. Taylor. It was an -tppli- A cation by the plaintiff to grant letters of ad- ministration, pendente lite, in the matter of a. 7 testator's estate at Newport, Mon. Mr Graze- brook, who appeared for one of the parties. said that Mr Justice Pickford had made an in- terim order on insufficient, material. Mr Justice Parker said what lie proposed to do was to refer the matter to the Registrar to deal with, and on Mr Grazebrookundertaking that the assets of the testator's estate would not be dealt with pending the disposal of tho application before the Registrar, he would not continue the interim order which had been made by Justice Pickford.
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