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Wonderful Cure for Children's Coughs after Measles, It is invaluable to weak-chested men, delicate women, and children. It succeeds where all other remedies fail. Sold by all Chemists and Stores in Is, 2s 6d, and 4s 6d bottles. A great saving in purchasing the larger size bottles. WHAT IT HAS DONE FOB OTHERS. A Stipendiary and Magistrate in the County of Glamorgan remarks :— I feel it my duty to inform you that I have been using your Tudor Williams' Balsam of Honey in my family, which is a large one. for 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 all parents for such complaints." YOU NEED NOT SUFFER. Disease is a sin, inasmuch that you act rightly, at the right time, it can to a great ex- tent be avoided. Here is the preventative. The first moment you start with Sore Throat take a dose of rjlUDOR WILLIAMS" PATENT jgALSAM OF JJONEY. It^ haa savfed thousands. It will save you. It is prepared by a fully-qualified chemist, and is, by virtue of its composition, eminently adapted for all cases of Coughs, Colds, Bron- chitis, Asthma, etc.; it exercises a distinct in- fluence upon the mucous lining of the throat, windpipe, and small air vesael&,so that nothing but warmed pure air passes into the lungs. THE CHILDREN LIKE IT. It's the product of the Honeycomb chemic- ally treated to get the best results. \THEY ASK FOR IT. So different from most Medicines. Nice to Take. Cures Quickly. For vocalists and public speakers it has no equal, it makes the voice as clear as a bell. Sample Bottle sent (post paid) for Is 3d. 2s 9d, and 5s from the inventor, D. TUDOR WILLIAMS, R.S.D.E. Manufacturer— TUDOR WILLIAMS; M.R.P.S., A.S-Apth., Analytical and Consulting Chemist and Druggist by Examination. MEDICAL HALL. ABERDARE. 1103 W| A lot of self-raising flours on the I market. 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Queen and Dying Girl. 'r A SURPRISE VISIT. ,< The Queen, accompanied by Princess Victoria, on Tuesday afternoon paid a sur- prise visit to St. Luke's House, 14, Pembridge- square, Bayswater, and spent half an hour with the patients. The visit was an absolute sur- prise to all the officials of the institution, of which her Majesty is the patroness, and also to the poor girl for whose benefit her Majesty specially made the call. It appears that some days ago Martha Massey, one of the patients in the House/ the existence of which is for the reception of cases of mortal illness in their latest phases, surreptitiously wrote a letter to the Queen, saying how much she should like to see her Majesty. The unfortunate girl, in respectful terms and delightfully simple phraseology, ex- plained that she had been unable to see the Queen when driving through London owing to her illness. Would her Majesty gratify her dying desire by coming to see her before going abroad, because she was afraid she would not be living when her Majesty returned ? Touched by the sincerity of the missive, her Majesty, with characteristic thoughtfulness, on Tuesday afternoon decided to visit Miss Massey. No intimation of her intention was communicated to the house, which was reached at 4.45, her Majesty driving from Buckingham Palace in her white motor car. Arriving at the principal entrance, theQueen inquired Is Miss Massed in ?" The astonished servant who opened the door, and at once recognised her Majesty, replied in the affirmative, and invited the Queen to the room of Miss Brooke Alder, the matron, who was equally astounded. Her Majesty, who was carrying a lovely bouquet of orchids, lilies, carnations, and asparagus fern, explained her mission to Miss Brooke Alder, and was at once escorted to the ward where Miss Martha Massey was lying. For a moment the poor girl was overcome with surpbise and joy, but her Majesty's kindly and sympathetic manner quickly put her at her ease, The Queen thanked the girl for her letter, and after expressing the pleasure it afforded to her to respond to the invitation handed to her the bouquet of flowers she had brought, telling Miss Massey it was specially for her, and that the flowers were cut from the Palace gardens. The girl with eves bedimmed with tears of joy was too full to do more than briefly reply, Thank you, your Majesty." The Queen then passed to other patients, who had been enjoying the good fortune of Miss Massey, and distributed some lovely roses amongst them, besides addressing a few words of sympathy and encouragement to each. A touching incident occurred as her Majesty was about to leave. Whilst chatting with the matron in the hall the Queen heard someone cough, and asked who it was. Being informed that it was Miss Massey, the Queen ordered some cough lozenges to be brought from- her motor-car, and returned with them to the girl's bedside, where she herself placed one of the lozenges in the girl's mouth, and 'handed others to the matron with a -request that they should be given to the patient when she was attacked by severe fits-of coughing.
SHIPPING RINGS COMMISSION. 'I Baltic and White Sea Conferences. The Royal Commission on Shipping Rings and Deferred Rebates sat again on Tuesday, the Right Hon. A. Cohen, K.C., P.C., presiding. Sir W. T. Lewis, Bart., was among those present. Mr W. J. Noble gave evidence respecting the Baltic and White Sea Conference. He said it was an international association of shipowners formed for the purpose of arresting the ruinous competition on the low market prevailing in 1905. That was effected by formulating mini- mum rates of freight for wood cargoes from the Baltic and White Sea. There were no penalties on members nor any inducements offered merchants to favour conference vessels. An important function of the conference, Was the successful adoption of a uniform coal charter party from all coal ports in the United Kingdom to Baltic and White Sea ports. That had put an end to some unreasonable condi- tions of contract which were the means of secretly or openly imposing heavy expenses and hardships upon the shipowner. It had re- stored to an owner the control of his property and interest in foreign ports. There was much other work of a similar character done, all tending by means of information and co- operation to put down abuses and make busi- ness cleaner and conditions generally more equitable' whilst at the same time ,having an intelligent regard for the needs and facilities of modern commerce and its future expansion. Sir W. T. Lewis All that has been secured by your association so far as merchants or freighters are concerned is a settlement of the charter party ?—The witness replied that the benefit affected them all practically. Your association fixed the rates of freight without consultation with the merchants or freighters T—Yes, but not arbitrarily. It is arbitrary so far as you are concerned, because the freighters and merchants have nothing to say to it ?—Not until they come to negotiate, and then it is a matter of individual action. The rate is a subject of negotiation between the individual shipowner and merchant. Mr Charles Booth, jun., gave evidence in regard to the shipping conference and deferred rebates in the North Brazil trade. He said they had no complaints in connection with the rebate system.
SHOT DEAD ON WEDDING DAY. A tragic love story is reported from Palmi, Calabria, where Guiseppe Ragioneri, a work- man aged 24, had fallen in love with Maria Rocca, a girl of 18. The weddinghad been fixed for Monday, but on Saturday Ragioneri told his fiancee that he belonged to in Anarchist league, and that if he were married in a church the brotherhood would have him killed for playing false to his "principles. He implored her to consent to a civil marriage. She refused, declaring that, however much she loved him, she placed her religion above everything. Ragioneri departed in silence, and she did not see him again until yesterday, when, as she was entering the church for the ceremony, hoping that he had relented, he dashed forward and shot her through the heart. He then blew out his own brains.
REFUSED AN OPERATION. The Cardiff Coroner on Wednesday held an inquest on David Rees, 44, Lyndhurst-street, Canton. It appeared that deceased, who was 64 years of age, was a carpenter in the employ of Messrs S. A. Brain and Co., Ltd., and that on January 21st iastrhe met with an accident by falling from some planks on to his left side, fracturing a rib. Mr Evan Davies appeared for Messrs S. A. Brain and Co. DM Donovan stated that the cause of death was strictuie of the gullet, as the result of which deceased was unable to take food. Symptoms of this had set in some weeks before his death, but he declined to undergo an operation. A ver- dict was returned in. ,a.ccordancewith, the medical evidsDca* .1
Caravan in Lake. DISASTER TO SHOW PEOPLE. A terrible accident, by which two persons tost their lives, occurred in the Lake district Dn Tuesday afternooD. About three o'clock a, steam roundabout show was proceeding along the east side of Thirlmere Lake, which supplies Manchester with water, when the second engine, which was drawing two vans containing women and children, turned into the wall, crasbed through it, and-was precipi- bated, with the vans, 150ft. down the embank- ment. The engine was completely immersed in bhe lake, and one of the caravans was up to bhe roof in water, while the other was com- pletely wrecked amid the boulders. The two men on the engine, Frank Wood, of King's Lynn, aged about 26, engine driver, and Thomas Allen, known to the company as Jack," aged 22, were killed outright, being bhrown out half way down the embank- ment. The occupants of the first caravan, all Df whom escaped with slight injuries and burns, were rescued from their perilous posi- tion (being separated from the bank by the deep sloping grove) by employees. A woman and child in the second caravan were extricated from the mass of debris, and were also found to have escaped with only slight bruises. Another of the party escaped by jumping off. The road at the point where the accident happened is wide and perfectly straight, and it is presumed from the wheelmarks of the trac- tion engine that either the steering gear or an axle had given way. The deceased man Wood was a steady driver and had not previously met with an accident during his nine years' service with the company. The safety valve on the engine acted and prevented an explo- sion. After the accident the scene presented a. curious spectacle. The wreckage, which lay about in confusion amid the beautiful sur- roundings of the lake included broken wheels, portions of machinery, household utensils, workmen's tools, feather beds, and children's toys. The occupants of the first caravan were Mrs Relph and her three-year-old daughter, Sarah Beardsworth, aged 23, and Evelyn Blake, aged eight. In the second caravan were Mrs Pullin and her117 months' old child. —————————————
CONCERT AGENJ CHARGED. Alleged Fraud. At Marlborough-street Police Court on Tuesday Laurence Cowen, staying at the Portland Hotel, Great Portland-street, was summoned for having obtained by false pre- tences with intent to defraud from Mrs Ella Amelia Crispin a cheque for JE600, a cheque for JE300, and seourities worth about JE320. Mr Arthur Newton,, for the prosecution, said omplainant had no experience in business, but defendant was a person of business experi- ence who hadposedas" The Lesser Columbus." For the past two or three years he had been calling himself a concert agent, holding him- self out as a company able to obtain engage- ments for artistes, &c. It was alleged he sug- gested complainant should invest her savings in the purchase of shares in his company, and he showed her what purported to be a balance sheet, which indicated that in 14 months a profit of £3,400 had been made. Defendant promised to give her iE3 a week and the same sum to her husband as manager of the com- pany if she would put the money in. She consented to the arrangement, and she and her husband received the sums mentioned till within a few weeks of the present proceed- ings. Defendant told Mrs Crispin he was owner of St. James's Hall, whereas he only had an agreement to take the lease of the hall with a view to an option to purchase. It appeared also that when she parted with her money defendant had a mortgage debenture for JE5,500 over the whole of the assets of the com- pany, but he said nothing about it. Counsel alleged that the company was not a genuine one, that it had not made the profits repre- sented, and that it was registered for the pur- pose of exploiting unbusinesslike persons. After formal evidence, the hearing was adjourned. Mr R. D. Muir appeared for the defence.
A RUINED LIFE. A glimpse of a sad life story was afforded at the inquest held Tuesday at the London Hos- pital on James Kerr, who died in a Spitalsfield lodging-house. Kerr was 32 years old, and was a bachelor of medicine. He was married to an American, but it is not known wherejhis wifeis. After taking his degree he gave way to drinking and acquired the drug habit, with the result that last winter he was in an Aber- deen asylum for three months. He had evi- dently lost his social and professional position and drifted to the East End, where he lived under an assumed name.. A week ago he was found unconscious in bed by the deputy of a lodging-house in Commercial-street, Spitals- fields. He was removed to hospital, but died from opium poisoning. The jury yesterday adopted the view that he had taken an overdose by mistake, and returned a verdict of" Death by misadven- ture."
BREACHES OF MINES LAW. At Tredegar on Tuesday Thomes Harries (26), collier, Pengam, was summoned for taning explosives into the mine at New Tredegar without enclosing them in a proper case on April 15th. Mr W. Kenshole, Aberdare, was for the prosecution. Two pounds of powder belonging to the defendant were found unpro- tected in a manhole. Defendant said it was an accident. He was fined 40is and tl Is costs, or a month's imprisonment In division two. Thomas Matthews (20), haulier, Aberbargoed, was fined 40s and El Is costs, or one month's imprisonment, for disobeying the instructions of the management. A horse was killed as the result of defendant neglecting to carry out his instructions.
THE DOCTOR HEBERT CASE. Melum, Saturday.—The Assize Court here is now trying Justine Pesnel, alias Mme. Cesbron alias Mme. Cent Kilogrammes, and her husband, who are both charged with the attempted murder of the English doctor -Hebert oji November 20th, 1906. The jury returned »verdict of guilty. Justine Pesnel was sentenced to eight years' imprisonment with hard labour, with 20 years' police sur- veillance, and to pay the costs.—Reuter.
SANK IN DOCK AT NEWPORT. Crew Scramble Ashore. At Newport dock extension the sand hopper No. 1, owned by Mr Maxwell, of Newport, which had arrived with a targo of sand for Messrs Easton, Gribb and Son, sank early on Sunday morning. Her crew of 11 hands found the boat had a heavy list and that water was pouring in. The hopper was lying near the wall and they quickly scrambled ashore, some of them being only half dressed. They had scarcely gained the wall when the boat sank, only the tops of her masts remaning above the surface of the water.
South Wales News, Fuel Trade Prospects. The third annual dinner in connection with the workmen's Sick and Benefit Society of the Port Talbot Crown Preserved Coal Co.. Ltd., took place on Saturday evening at the Vivian Hotel, Aberavon. Mr C. Lewis presided, sup- ported by Mr W Hammett (general manager), Mr T. Cochran (director), and Mr G. N. Bed- ford (secretary). Mr C. Lewis propospd" The Crown Preserved Coal Co.and referred to the great success of the undertaking. The rela- tions between masters and men were most cordial, and the men were proud they were the employees of such men as Messrs Bedford, Hammett, and Cochran. (Cheers.) Mr Bed- ford responded, and congratulated the society upon its continued success. There was, he said, a bright future before them in the fuel trade, although at present a wave of depres- sion was passing over the markets but the present prices would never stand. The Workmen's Society was given by Mr Ham- mett Bathing Fatality at Cv^mbran On Friday GilbertPowell (17), who lived with his parents at Tranquil Houses, Oakfield, Cwm- bran, was drowned whilst bathing in the Mon- mouthshire Canal near Tycoch. Deceased got out of his depth, and another lad who was bathing with him ran off for assistance, but in the meantime Powell had disappeared. The body was recovered 15 minutes later by the lock-keeper. Cwmbran Child Suffocated. A child named Barker, four ypars of age, of Cwmbran, playing with some hard peas, got one lodged in her throat, and though emetics were administered by Dr. Murphy and the parish nurse the child was suffocated in a very short time. Tribute to Waunlwyd Colliery Manager. On Saturday evening, at James-street Wes- leyan Chapel, Ebbw Vale, Mr Thomas Jones, M.E., colliery manager at the Waunlwyd Col- lieries, was presented with gifts on theoccasion of his promotion to the management of the Marine Collieries,- both concerns being under the Ebbw Vale Steel, Iron and Coal Co. Mr J. Fox Tallis, M.E., general colliery manager, presided, and paid high tribute to Mr Jones' tact and skill. Mr and Mrs Jones were pre- sented with an illuminated address, a solid silver tea and coffee service, with solid silver salver, and Miss Jones with a gold watch and chain. The total value was £190, and the pre- sentations were made on behalf of the work- men, officials, and friends of Waun- lwyd Collieries. Mr Jones, in responding, said he had spent 30 years at the Waunlwyd Collieries, and the two pits were now the finest in South Wales. This happy state of affairs was not due to him, but to the hearty co- operation of the officials and workmen. Mr Vyce, miners' agent, spoke of the fair Way in which Mr Jones had always dealt with ques- tions. affecting the workmen. They conld not always expect to agree, but Mr Jones always gave them a fair hearing and reasonable con- sideration. Councillors Evan Davies, J. Barber, Thomas Anthony, and others spoke. Discharged Prisoners' Aid. The 37th annual meeting of the West Gla- morgan Discharged Prisoners' Aid Society was held at Swansea on Monday, the Mayor (Alder- man Lee) presiding. The annual report showed that 290 prisoners had been dealt with 20 were found unworthy of aid, while five had de- clined it. The subscriptions only amounted to £53, The repprt was adopted on the motion of the Mayor, seconded by Dr. Ebenezer Davies. Mr Joseph Hall drew attention to the lack of support from justices of the peace, and the Mayor decided to set an example by contri- buting £2 2s. Girl Knocked Down by Motor-Car. On Monday as a little girl, aged 11, Maggie Killminster, was in the Alexandra-road, she was knocked down by a motor-car, and sus- tained injuries which necessitated medical treatment. The car- was going at a slow pace, and was pulled up as quickly as possible. Newport Train Service to Western Valleys A movement is on foot amongst a number of Newport residents who are employed in the WTestern Valleys to induce the Great Western Railway Company to run an early morning workmen's train from Newport to the Valleys. At a meeting held in the Labour Institute, Newport, Councillor Charles Thomas presid- ing, it was stated that scores of workmen living at Newport were employed at various places in the Valley, and that a ntlmber of them were obliged to lodge there. They paid 4s and 5s for lodgings for five nights, and had to sleep in beds which had been occupied by night workmen during the day. One speaker said that there were 136 men working in the Crumlin district who would use the train, and 75 workmen at Nine Mile Point. It was resolved to ask the Great Western Railway Company to put on a train to leave Newport not later than 5.15-a,:m. Messrs John Twomey (Tjaboiurers' Union) and Prank Heath (secre- tary Newport Trades Council) have been deputed to lay the matter before the Railway Company. Dead Seaman Landed at Fishguard. On Sunday afternoon the Bridgwater steamer Torrington put back into Fishguard for medical assistance. A fireman who signed on at Liverpool .on Saturday was in a dying condition and died before aid reached him. The body was'taken on to Bridgwater. Burnt Whilst at Sea. On Monday Richard Churchill, cook on board the steam trawler St. Lawrence, belonging to Messrs Neale and West, was removed to the Hamadryad Hospital suffering from severe burns to his face and neck sus- tained at sea in the engine-room last week. The Cardigan Suicide. An inquest was held at Cardigan on Mon- day afternoon by the Coroner, Mr J. H. Evans, Newcastle-Emlyn, touching the death of Mar- garet Anne Owen, wife of Mr John Owen, Lion-terrace. Deceased was found hanging from a beam by a rope on Saturday afternoon. She had been depressed for some time, and was kept under observation by her relatives. Mrs Thomas, her sister-in-law, had only left her for a short time to pay a visit to her brother's house. She heard deceased scream, and rushed back to the house, which she searched, and, to her horror, found deceased in the attic hanging from a beam. The body was immediately cut down and medical aid summoned. P.C. Evans resorted to artificial respiration. but to no avail. Dr. Charles Jones certified that life was extinct. The jury returned a verdict that deceased Strangled herself whilst temporarily insane." Aberdare County Sehool. At a meeting of the governors of Aberdare County School, held on Monday, Mr David Hughes, county councillor, was elected chair man. Councillor Hughes moved that a vote be passed expressing the deep sense of grati- tude felt by the governors for the past services of Mr D. P. Davies on that body, and their regret at his non-return on the governing body. Mr Hughes paid a high tribute to Mr Davies a.s an educationist. Mrs W. Lloyd, Highland- place, seconded, and several of the governors expressed a hope that Mr Davies might again soon be a member of that body. The vote was carried unanimously. Good Swimmer's Excitement. Mr M. Roberts-Jones conducted an inquest at Cwmbran on Tuesday on Gilbert Lawrence Powell (17), who was drowned whilst bathing in the Monmouthshire Canal near Llantarnam on Friday evening last. Charles Power (14) said deceased dived into the lock and began splashing about; he did not appear to be in difficulties, but eventually he sank out of sight. Witness dived in after him, and sent his com- panion for the lock keeper. The latter, Richard Charles Williams, said he recovered the body from four feet of water, but life was extinct. He declared that Power could have saved deceased had he not lost his head, as he was one of the best swimmers in the parish. A verdict of Accidentally drowned was returned. Child Drowned in a Brook. The two years old boy of Mr Joseph Hill, Jenkin-street, Newport, was drowned in a brook close to the house on Tuesday after- noon. The little one had been playing at the edge of the brook, which was not deep, and fell in. An alarm was raised, and the mother rushed across and rescued her boy from the water. Artificial respiration was resorted to, but the child was beyond human aid. Barry Council and Contractors. • At a meeting of the Barry Public Works Committee on Tuesday, Councillor W. R. Lee presiding, arising out of a discussion on the question of wages paid by contractors of the Council, Councillor J. A. Manaton moved, and it was carried, that it be a recommendation to theCouncil that the Clerk, or such person as he may appoint, inspect the wages books, &c., of any contractors doing work for the Council when he (the Clerk) thought proper, and at least once during the time the contract was under execution. The regulation is not to apply retrospective. Barry Nursing Arrangement. A special meeting of theBarry District Nursing Association, presided over by Mr J. A. Hughes on Tuesday evening, discussed a letter from the District Council respecting the proposal to terminate the existing arrangement in refer- ence to the operation of the new Notification of Births Act. It was agreed to reply to the Council stating that the association adhered to the arrangement already entered into, whereby an extra nurse shall be engaged to carry out the work; Where Cromwell Davies Fell Into the Taff. Mr Rowland Evans presided at a meeting of the Public Works Committee of the Merthyr County Borough Council on Tuesday evening. Mr David Jones drew attention to the need of proceeding with the fencing of Taff-street, Merthyr Vale, which the Council had decided upon. Mr Jones said another child had, on May 18th, fallen into the river at the spot where little Cromwell Davies fell in some months ago, and but for the presence of some people a second fatality would have occurred. The Borough Engineer said that the fencing had not yet been ordered, and power was given to him to order and erect unclimbable fencing without furtheri delay. The com- mittee accepted the tender of Messrs George Allison and Co., Sheffield, at JB402 12s 6d for the alteration of the judge's court at the Town Hall, to adapt it for use aa a permanent
THE WEEK'S MARKETS. eoJt.N. A Gloucester, Saturday--English wheat reds 33s 6d, whites 34s 6d to 35s. Foreign Sir and occasionally the turn lower—Plates 38s 6d, **v sians 39s 6d, Manitobas 43s 6d. Galfox maize 27s sara,bian 3d down at 27s 6d. Barley unchanged Jh 23s 3d. Oats unchanged—black 18s 6d to £ 1, win*8 to El Is. Weather -iull, fine.. Newport, Wednesday.—Very slow trade, prices practically nothing doing in grains ana little in wheat; average attendance. ■ CATTLE. j Monmouth, Monday.—There was a good beef, mostly of prime quality, which met a brisj? uf mand. Mutton in moderate supply, with g00<J. mand. Veal scarce. The pig trade was a little and strong store and smaller pigs changed handsfl#~j Store cattle were well represented, but prices were''J satisfactory. Milch cows £ 13 to £ 15 10s, cows 2^ calves EI4 to £ 17 XOs, two year old cattle £ 9 to Quotations Best beef 51 d to 7d, coarser qualitJ6»2 to 6 £ d veal 8d to 9d mutton—wether 8d to 7 £ d to 8d lamb 9d to 9 £ d per lb. pork 8s 6d fbf bacon 8s to 8s 6d per scorf. Auction prices following prices were realised under Messrs NeJJS Poole, Jackson, and Jones (Monmouth), and Straj^ and Son (Abergavenny) — heifers £ 14 to bullocks £ 17 to £ 21 10s, fat calves £ 2 10s to £ 5, sWJ. ditto E2 to F3 wethers 42s 6d to 57s 6d. ewes35s^vfV lambs 26s to 35s porkers 28s to 42s, baconers W £ 3 15s, sows and pigs £ 8 5s to £ 9. It» Roath (Cardiff), Tuesday.—-Short, supply of c*Zj to-day; slow request. Sheep and lambs—good supf™* sound demand. Choice supply of calves. Pigs eD°^J for requirements. Quotations :-Choice steers %• heifers 65s 6d to 68s per cwt., secondary lots 60s t° per cwt. cows and bulls 54s to 58sper cwt. choice wethers in the wool 8Jd t<J 9d per lb., "STT wethers 8d to 8td per lb., ewes Id to 7td pet Ib lambs 10d to lid per lb. calves 8d to 9d PeT U, pigs—choice small porkers 10s 3d to 10s 6d per sC» secondary lots (heavy weights) 9s 9d to 10s per scoji, baconers 9s to 9s 3d score. Short supply of beef carcase market; dragging trade. Mutton and choice supply steady request. No veal or P°r offer. Prices :—Sides of ox or heifer beef 6}d to?Jf per lb., secondary lots 6d to 6t<! per lb. hindqu lb. 7d to 7jd per lb., forequarters 5d to 5id mutton—wether 8d to 8Jd per lb., ewe 6Jd to lb. lamb 9d to lOd per lb. Newport, Wednesday.—Moderate supply of <^3. large supply of sheep, lambs and calves, good ance of buyers, good prices realised. Best beef 7 £ d to 7ld seconds 6id, cows 5 £ d to best wether mutton 8jd to 8id, ewes 6id to 7d, 10 £ d calves 7d to 9d porker pigs 9s 6d to 9s 9" score. FAIRS. (1a Talgarth, Monday.—The old-established May was held' to-day on account of the oriiginal May falling on Sunday. Attendance and supply were up to average. Trade generally was good. tions Wether mutton (out of wooli) 8}d, ewe 7d, lamb lOd per lb young cattle £ 8 to £ 12. Tn were some fine cart horses, wheih averaged £ 45, cobs from £ 14 to £ 18. A few. good realised more. Carmarthen, Wednesday.—The June Fair, or Newydd, was held here to-day. Cattle were scarce and in brisk demand, especially cows and "•Lm and fat cattle. Mr D. H. Thomas sold under hammer cows and calves at £ 12 10s to £ 16, and £ cattle at £ 14 10s to £ 18 10s. The general prices of p fair were :—Cows and calves £ 15 to £ 18, heifers rf £ 12, two year old bullocks £ 10 to £ 13 10s, to £ 10 sheep and Iambs £ 3 to £ 3 10s. One geatle^J bought four ewes and seven lambs at £ 3 5s for sheep with two lambs. Store cattle very scarce dear. Among horses five year old carters were demand, and had a brisk sale, good animals from £ 35 to £ 50. Mr Derry, Llanpumpsaint, one excellent carter for £ 52. Cobs were very plen^jj but met with a very bad sale, those that were going at £ 22 to E25. With plenty of fodder fa^-f were, however, not anxious to sell. Contrary tOiPf pectations there was not much call for hackneys. amount of fine animals were on parade, and a partjjjf fairly good pair (owned by Mr Williams, of Rhy were offered for £ 100. Those that were sold prices ranging from £ 45 to £ 50 each. Rhayader, Wednesday.—Not much stock on Prices prevailing were Cows with calves, £ 11 to 10s yearling bullocks, £ 7 to £ 9 wether hogs, 30s apiece hogs and lambs, 30s to 40s small 20s to 23s chickens. 4s to 4s 6d per couple *0.. (live), 3s 6d to 4s 6d fowls (.dressed), 3s 6d to 4s eggs, 18 for Is and fresh butter. Is and Is ld per PROVISIONS. Carmarthen Saturday.—We again had an erxeel*^ supply of butter at our market to-day and P*Yjj slightly easier. We quote from lOd to 10Jd per lb. *1 cleared early. The new cheese has made an apP6^ ance, and selling at from 18s to 24s per cwt. CHEESE. a Newport, Wednesday. — Supply 8 tons demand average attendance. Quotations phillies 35s to 42s, fancy dairies 43s to 45s. 56s to 58s, truckles 56s to 60s, doubles 56s to 58s. HIDE, SKIN, FAT, AND WOOL. Rhondda, Pontypridd, and Aberdare Tallow, and Wool Company, Limited, Saturday.—Hides—Ox hides, 951b? and upwsJjS ordinaryQarel, 3fd, oerfest davei 3Jd 85lb* t) 3gd, 3 £ d; 751b* to 84lbj, 3Jd, 3Jd; 65lbi to 74lb?. 3?d; 56!bj to641b?, 3|-d, 3id; 551bj and under, 3|d, heavy cows, 2 £ d, 3d; light cows, 2Jd, 3d; 2 £ d cuts and warbled, 2d to 3d. Horses, 13s, 9s, 6s. Calf, 171b. and upwards, 5d 91b to 6d: light, 6d; flawed, 4Jd. Lambs, 2s, la 6d, pelts, Is 3d, Is, 8d. Fat—best sweet clean, seconds^lid^common^lid^Salt^2spercwt^
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