CARDIFF. 10TH. RIFLE Corps.-Chtirch Parade on Tuesday next. Muster at the Drill Hall at 10 a.m. Full uniform, waist belts, and side arms to be worn. Band to attend. SMALL Pox. -In addition to the cases of small-pox men- tioned at the Board of Guardians on Saturday, a case has been reported as having broken out in Christina-street, Cardiff. THE CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS.—The lists of successful candidates at the last Cambridge Local Exami- nations, Bristol centre, were published on Friday. We are glad to observe that Mr. C. F. Vachell, eldest son of the late Dr. Charles Vachell, has passed amongst the Seniors. He was one of the pupils presented for exami- nation from the Milton Abbas School, Blandford. SOCIETY OFFRIENDS.—Mr. Samuel Bowly of Gloucester, Mr. Pumphrey of Cirencester, members of the Society of Friends, and one or two other prominent members, held a public meeting for worship last evening, at the Town-hall, which was largely attended by persons belonging to almost every denomination. There was, as usual with this body of Christians, no fixed order for the service, but the entire proceedings were of a deeply devotional character. A short address, and the reading of a chapter in the New Testament, by a gentleman whose name we did not learn, opened the meeting, followed by fervent addresses by Messrs. Bowly and Pumphrey. The hall was densely crowded, and a deep impression appeared to be made upon the audience by the earnest and practical addresses of the speakers. The meeting closed with prayer and the usual benediction. THE BOROUGH POLICE AND THE WAGES QUESTION.— This matter, which at the present moment is agitating every trade and calling in the country, is exercising the Cardiff Borough police. The example of Newport, Bris- tol, Birmingham, and other towns, and the increase in the salaries of police officers which has there been made, have led, we understand, to a general movement in our force for an advance upon the present rate of payment. The salaries at present are — inspectors 30s ser- geants 28s., first-class constables 24s second class 23s., third class 22s., and fourth class 21s. The members of the force will bring the matter before the Watch Committee at its next meeting, and request a proportionate increase throughout each rank. REFUSINGTODO P UTY. -At the police court on Saturday, (before Mr. E. S. Hill and Mr. G. Bird), James Mention and John Lee were charged with refusing to do duty abroad the brig Spring, of South Shields, on the 12th of February. The captain (John Ford) said that the prisoners refused to do anything he told them. The prisoners, in defence, said that the ship was all out of order, and the food was very bad. The magistrates asked them if they would go aboard, and they refused and they were sentenced to 10 weeks' imprisonment with hard labour. A SELF-CONFESSED DESERTER.—Alfred Woodward, 28, was charged, on his own confession, with deserting from the 17th Royal Artillery at Woolwich, in May, 1863. He was remanded until next Wednesday in order that in quiries might be made.. CRIMPING.—William Anstone was charged with being aboard the Russian ship Venice, with the intention of committing a felony. That charge was withdrawn by the police, and the prisoner was proceeded against for in- ducing certain sailors to desert their ship.—Mr. Ander- son, the mate, was called and said that the prisoner came aboard the ship as soon as she got into the dock, and asked if there were any sailors who wished to leave, and he said no. The prisoner came there several times after- wards and endeavoured to induce some of the men to come away. He was remanded until Monday.
EBBW VALE. CONCEitT,-On Saturday evening a concert was given at Libanus chapel (kindly lent for the occasion) by the Brynhyfryd choir, ably conducted by Mr. D. Bowen, assisted by Miss Forey, Miss Watkins, Mrs. Reynolds, and Messrs. John Jones and Hugh Roberts, who ac- quitted themselves most creditably, and to the entire satisfaction of the large audience. The proceeds went to the augmentation of the funds of Brynhyfryd Baptist chapel LITERARY SCHOOL. A literary school of a novel character has been formed in this town, under the presi- dency of the Rev. D. Oliver Edwards, for the improve- ment of young men in various branches of literature. The teachers are Mabon Wyn," Derwyddog," and "Brwynog, who give their services gratuitously. Many young men avail themselves of this opportunity of im- proving themselves in composition, grammar, history, &c. A public meeting will be held quarterly in connection with it, when addresses will be given, and several prizes in prose and poetry will be competed for.
NEWPORT. IN.QUBSTS.— Mr. W. K. Brewer, coroner, held at inquest on Saturday evening on the body of a man which had been picked up from the dock. From its appearance it is believed that the body had been in the water for over a fortnight, and ia that of a Dane. The jury, who met at the Dock Hotel, returned a verdict of Found drowned."—The Coroner held an inquest at the Tredegar Arms on the body of a child supposed to hare died from convulsive fits. The jury returaed a verdict to that effect. ALLEGED SHEEP STEALING. -At the county police court on Saturday seven magistrates occupied the Bench. Jas. Rudge, alias G. Hitchcox, was charged with stealing seven fat sheep from the farm of Mr. Bennett, Penbont. On the application of Inspector Sheppard, prisoner was remanded till Saturday next. POACHING SALMON OUT OF SEASON.—Alfred Speary and Charles M'Carthy were charged with taking an unseason- able salmon from the river Vsk. Mr. Lyne, jun., solici- tor, stated the case, and called evidence. It appeared that the fish was in a very bad condition. Speary was discharged, but M'Carthy was fined Is. and costs.
ottdente. THE ENGINE DRIVERS AND THE TAFF VALE CHAIRMAN. To the Editor of the SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS. SIR '-In reading the report of the Taff Vale Railway, held at Bristol, on Friday, I was surprised at the remarks the chairman made concerning the engine drivers em- ployed by that company. He distinctly states that the engine drivers' wages were 7s. per day, and with overtime they made £4 and 24 4s. per week and if they granted the concessions demanded by their men, their wages would amount to 25 5s. per week. I only wish it would.; but such is not the case. The statement is put forward to pre- judice and mislead the public on the question of a reduction of the hours of labour to the general body of railway ser- vants. The facts of the case are these there are drivers who do receive 7s. per day, but with all their knowledge of arithmetic they cannot make more than t2 2s. of it, when they get it. Perhaps the chairman can they have got. a School Board in Bristol, and I should think that accounts for the superior knowledge of figures possessed by the chairman. With respect to overtime, it will be seen at a glance that a driver must, to earn the amount stated by the chairman, compress a whole fortnight into a week, and I am sure such a state of things is not desir- able on the part of the public, who wish to travel in safety. Now, sir, with respect to the audacity" of the drivers t asking for a reduction in the hours of labour, I should like to ask have any other large employers of labour, dared" to make use of such an insulting expression to their men, when they asked for and obtained the concession, which we ask for in vain. Again sir, with reference to that part of his speech about our not serving an apprenticeship, or paying a premium to learn our calling. It is something new for me to learn that we work for years as breaks- men, guards, and firemen at low wajes, and immense risks (as the accident list will show), to obtain the situa- tion of driver. I know that almost all our men think they pay a very heavy premium to obtain the desired end. And shall we be different from the commonest labourer, who works his nine hours per day, with no thought or care on his mind, while we have the care of the engine and train, besides the lives of our fellow workmen and the public on our minds; besides being exposed to all winds and weather night and day ? I have thought it my duty to reply thus feebly to the remarks of our chairman, hoping he will deem it his duty to set be public right in respect to various portions of his speech. Apologising for occupying so much of your valuable space, I remain yours Ac., A RAILWAY SLAVE.
EARTHQUAKE AT LEGHORN.-Five strong shocks of earthquake were felt on Saturday night at Leghorn. Enormous crowds of people assembled yesterday, on the route of the Queen's precession on Tuesday, to Witness the preparations. Several slight accidents cecums
NEWPORT BOARD OF GUARDIANS. The usual weekly meeting of the Guardians of the Newport Union was held at the workhouse on Saturday, Lord Tredegar in the chair. The master reported the number of inmates to be 265; sick, 74; small-pox patients in the Old Barn Hospital, 19 children in the Caerleon schools, 129.—Mr. Evans, clerk, stated that until recently the Board of Guardians could not take the security of more than one guarantee company. This difficulty was now obviated, provided the Guard- ians themselves took the responsibility.—The Clerk also mentioned that during the suspension of the late relieving-officer, Mr. Edmunds, Francis Francis per- formed the duties, and made a charge of £2 7s. This amount the auditor, Mr. Murrell, had disallowed from the account. The Guardians considered it was a case in which the money ought to be paid. An appeal was made to the Local Government Board, and now they had sent the case down to the Guardians for the pur- pose of having their remarks thereon. He laid the communication before the Board. A communication from Mr. D. Lewis, surgeon, was read, stating that he hoped to return to his duties in about a month. REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON THE MANAGEMENT OF CAERLEON SCHOOLS. The Clerk said he had received a communication from Mr. Lyne, chairman of the Committee of the Caerleon Schools, stating that he was in London, and unable to be present to bring forward the report. It was, however, presented and read by the Clerk. It stated that at the last meeting nine members were present out of 13. With regard to the Caerleon Schools, the committee had very minutely examined into their general management. The members were unanimously of opinion that the Superintendent (Mr. Bennett) was not equal to the responsibility of the duties appertaining to his office. However efficient he may be as a schoolmaster, he was not equal to the task of m.maging the schools at Caerleon. He seemed to the committee to lack the power of control of such an establishment. Referring to the revolting disease—the itch-which had broken out at the schools, the com- mittee considered one of the special duties of the Superintendent was to prevent the recurrence of this loathsome disease. Having failed to do so, the com- mittee advised that he be not allowed to remain there as Superintendent. Unless he placed his resignation in the hands of the guardians, they recommended that an application be made to the proper authorities for removal. With reference to Mr. Bryant, the school- master, the committee thought he had neglected his orders in not seeing to the chapging of the water in the washing of the boys. In other respects he appeared generally to have performed his class duties to their satisfaction. The report having been read, Mr. PHILLIPS said that seeing the unanimous determination at which the Com- mittee had arrived, he begged to move that a copy of that report be presented to Mr. Bennett, and that the discussion thereon take place next Saturday. He thought that would be desirable rather than that any observations should be made thereon to-day. He also begged to suggest that the Committee who met on Wed- nesday, should present their report to the Board on the Chaplain's application on Saturday next. If the two matters were combined no doubt they would have a large attendance on Saturday, and the members would be prepared to discuss the two questions. Mr. W. PRICE disagreed with the report. There was not a single charge against Mr. Bennett so far as he could see from the reading at the report. On a former occasion, when there was a charge against hin, Mr. Lyne was the man who proposed that the resolution should lie on the table. Now there was no charge against him, and he suggested that the guardians should adopt the same course now. If any one was to blame it was Dr. Morris, and not the Superintendent. Unless a charge was well grounded and could be properly sub- stantiated, they would have no end of correspondence with the Local Government Board, who would give them a lot of trouble to no purpose. An inspector, after a time would be sent down, and he would report he had no fault to find. Hence he suggested that the report should be on the table. Mr. LL. JENKINS agreed with Mr. Phillips, and would second the proposition, provided it was convenient for his Lordship to attend on Saturday naxt. The CHAIRMAN said he always made a point of attending the Board when any matter of importance was to come before the Board for discussion. He observed that he concurred with Mr. Phillips's remarks, aud had every confidence in the Committee who had been appointed to investigate this matter, believing that they performed their duty efficiently. The Board, he considered, were almost bound to attend to their recommendation. Mr. JOHN DAVIES agreed with the motion of Mr. Phillips, and by that time Mr. Bennett would have op- portunity for considering any reply he desired to make. Mr. BENNETT asked permission to say a word or two. The noble CHAIRMAN objected. Mr. BENNETT persisted in saying that he had no ob- jaction to send in his resignation provided it could be shown that he had been guilty of any fraud, neglect of duty, or, in fact, anything wrong. His LORDSHIP said such a thing had never been hinted at, and he would do himself an injustice if he took that view of the matter. The Board considered him incompetent for the situation he held. Incapacity was the ground of the committee's complaint. On Saturday next, however, he could make himself master of the report, and an opportunity would then be afforded him to defend himself. Mr. PHILLIPS: That is the object I had in view by my motion. The resolution was put and carried. Mr. MOGGRIDGE wished to correct an idea which had gone forth in the papers in reference to his remarks about Mr. Bryant. When he spoke of his being ineffi- cient, he did not mean it to apply generally, bdt only as it regarded discipline after school hours. As a schoolmaster he considered Mr. Bryant was efficient. This was all the business.
PONTYPOOL. Mr. Temple Wightman, mining engineer, formerly of Pontypool, who was appointed, little more than twelve months ago, the sole manager of the vast estate of The Maxwell Land Grant and Railway Company, situated in Colerado and New Mexico, has recently been made a direc- tor of the Company. NATIONAL EDUCATION.—A public meeting, for the pur- pose of considering the provisions of the Elemetary Edu- cation Act, and of explaining the principles of the Na- tional Education League was held in Crane-street chapel, an Thursday evening, and, notwithstanding the unfavour- able state of the weather, was very numerously attended. The chair was occupied by Mr. W. Conway, who, after explaining the object of the meeting, called upon the Rev. F. Sonley Johnstone, of Merthyr, to move the first reso- lution. In an interesting and instructive speech of some length he reviewed the progress of education in this country during the past half-century, and also the various schemes that have been adopted, and clearly showed that any system of national education, to be successful and practicable, must not only be unsectarian, but purely se- cular, and under the control of local boards. The meet- ing was afterwards addressed by the Revs. T. Thomas, D.D., S. Price, G. Watson, Daniel Davies, W. M. Lewis, M.A., Mr. E. H. Davies, and others. A petition in favour of Mr. Dixon's resolutions for the amendment of the Elementary Education Act, was adopted by the meet- ing, to be signed by the chairman, and forwarded for pre- sentation to Parliament.
MANUFACTURE OF COCOA, CACAOINE, AND CHOCOLATE. We will now give an account of the process adopted by Messrs. James Epps and Co., manufacturers of dietetic articles, at their works in the Euston-road, London."—See article in Part 19 of Cassell's Household Guide. 319 BREAKFAST. -Epps's COCOA.-GRATEFUL AND COMFORTING, By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern the opera- tions of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the fine properties of well-selected cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavoured' beverage which may save us many heavy doctors' bills. Civil Service Gazette. Made simply with Boiling Water or Milk. Each packet is labelled —"JAMES Epps & Co., Homoeopathic Chemists, London." Also, makers of Epps's Cacaoine, a very thin beverage for evening use.
LATEST COMMERCIAL AND MARKET INTELLIGENCE. MONEY MARKET.—SATURDAY. A rather better tendency is apparent in the Markets for Public Securities, owing to a more favourable impression being produced by the intelligence this morning from New York. In view, however, of the Stock Exchange fort- nightly settlement, which will begin on Monday next and end on the Thursday, in consequence of Tuesday being a holidaythe operations are upon a small scale. The Home Funds show no movement In British Railway Stocks there is a recovery of 5 in Caledonian, Great Northern, and Lancashire and Yorkshire, and i in Manchester and Shef field. In the Foreign Market the only variation in prices at present is a rise of 1 in Italian. There is a fair demand for disceunt in the open market at about 2 for short tine bills. Buyers of Gold for Germany, it appears, prefer to wait the arrival of the overland mail from Australia, which brings £ 397,000 on the 2fc>th inst., the whole of which has been bought for the Continent. BUENOS AYUES, JAN. 30.—Exchange, 5( Rio JANEIRO, FEB B.Exchange. 24-1 PHITNAAIIIUCO, FEB. il.—Exchange, 2-ig to 24 J. RAHIA, FEB. 9.—Exchange 211- to 24§. 2 0 81 CARMARTHEN CORN MARKET.—SATUHDAY AV heat. 7s. to 7s. 3d. per 64; Barley, 48. to 4s. 6d. per 54 Oats, 2s. Md. to 2s. lod. per 40; Butter is. to Is. i. per lb. 2 Cheese, 24s. to 25s. per cwt.
BRISTOL STOCK EXCHANGE.—SATURDAY. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCK. Share. Company. Amt. Paid. Prices. Stock Bristol and Exeter klOO ..iio mi- Stock Do. 4 per Cent. Preference — 90 92 Ditto, 5 p.c. Rent Charge.. — ..116 118 Stock Nloniiiouthshire Rail.& Caiial 100 ..115 118 100 Do. 5 per Cent. Preference 100 108 £ 109 Stock Rhymney 100 67 69 Stock South Devon 100 74 76 Stock Tag Vale. 100 ..161 163 10 Do. ziLIO Shares, Class C 6 4 £ 4 pm. Stock West Cornwall 100 76 78 10 Avonside Engine 7 2 2 dis. 10 Bristol City Hotel 10 3 31 147.9.0 Bristol Dock Shares 147.9.0.. 88 89 Stock Bristol United Gas 100 ..196, 1 197. 10 Bristol College Green Hotel 10 llj llf 25 Bristol Commercial Rooms .25 13 14 200 Bristol Steam Navigation 130 7^- 7f 20 Bristol Waggon Works 10 ll 1J dis. 25 Bristol Water Works 25 50 50i 10 B. & S. Wales Rail. Waggon 4 II I 14 pin. x. d. 10 Clifton Suspension Bridge.. 10 6 61 10 Clifton Hotel 10 11 § 11J 100 London & South West. Bank 20 7 6 dis. 10 Western Waggon 10 7 7 20 West of England and South Wales District Bank 15 19 20 x.d.
WEST DOCK ARRIVALS.—FEBRURY 24. Mary Joseph, Debray, Brisrol, light, 62 Muse, Cassard, Gloucester, light, 80 Stag, Jones, Highbridge, pitwood and sleepers, 109 Sophia, Harper, Bristol, general, 47 Margaret Jane, Kehoe, Waterford, ballast, 106 Clara Lamb, Dyer, Liverpool, salt, 245 Avon, Bellamy, Bristol, empties, 21 Martha Jane, Riley, Waterford, pitwood, 97 Pere Lancelot, Barret, Gloucester, light. 89 EAST DOCK, FEBRUARY 24. St. David's (s), Gapper, Bristol, light, 68 T. A. Gibb (s), Smith, Bremerhaven, ballast, 739 Lyn, Guy, Bridgwater, light, 109 FEBRUARY 24.. Sidwell Jane, Bowden, Bristol, ballast, 188 Trappano, Merecich, Gloucester, ballast. 491 Columbine (s), Robinson, Hull, ballast, 499 Leon Veneta, Dolling, Dublin, ballast, 499 Helen Clinton, Blanchet, Havre, ballast, 1264 Irene, Jergensen, Newry, ballast, 375 Brahe Malstrom, Gloucester, light, 442. c Atti, Sucich Tralee, ballast, 380. Linthorpe (s). Newton, Havre, ballast,362 Solent (s), Taylor, Southampton, 462 Red Deer. Mincks. London, ballsst 691 Zouave, Sanders, Dunmore, ballast, 68 Utility, Larkin, Workington, pig iron, 104 Von Shackery, EAers, NewrA, ballast, 407 PENARTH ARRIVALS.—FEBRUARY 23. Florence, Thomas, Newport, light, 195 Sidwell Jane, Bowden, Bristol, ballast, 188 Charlotte, King, Weston, light, 17 Thomas, Fishwick, Bideford, light, 65 William, Ballenger, Bristol, light, 59 William and Martha, Longney, Bridgwater, light, 59 Victoria, Harry, Penzance, general, 117 Cruiser, Irwin, Cwm Martin, light, 39 Iron Duke (s), Terrell, Bristol, light, 90 St. Vincent (s), Parker, Bristol, light, 70 John (s), Thomas, Bristol, light, 92 Cardiff Castle (s), Clutterbuck, Bristol, light, 50 ENTERED OUTWARDS.—FEBRUARY 24. Alford (s), B, 638, Ellis, Charente, W. Y. Edwards Brittany (s), B, 539, Styles, Havre, Hacquoil Bros. Chieftain, B, 289, Glasebrook, Alexandria, G. S. Stowe Florence, B, 195, Thomas, Dakar, G. S. Stowe Vinco, B, 222, Cook, Messina, J. R. Davies & Co Margaret Elizabeth, B, 96, Johnstone, Seville, Stowe Linthorpe (s), B, 362, Newton, Gibraltar, Bovey & Co. Ed "worth (s), B, 453, Stonehouse, Gibraltar, J. Bovey Sedwell Jane, B, 188, Bowden, Trieste, J. Bovey <fc Co. Helios, Rus, 594, Mattica, Havannah, Dahlshorn & Co. Bralie, Rus, 449, Malmshorn, Copenhagen, Dahlshorn Libertas, Rus, 480, Ponsar, Barcelona, Dahlshorn & Co. Maria Margretta, Sp, 485, Kohl, Monte Video, Dahlshorn Nadin, F, 85, Ollivard, Nantes, Morel & Co. St. Etienne, F, 98, Aousten, Nantes, Morel & Co. St. Anne, F, 89, Chauvelon, Nantes, Morel & Co. Louisa, F, 274, Poisson, St. Malo, Morel & Co. Barone Vranyczany, Aus, 436, Cumrich, Trieste, Lucovich Ati, Aus, 360, Sucich, Alexandria, A. T. Lucovich Trappano, Aus, 491, Mercicle, Trieste, A. T. Lucovich Romano (c), Aus, 593, Scopinich, Trioste, Lucovich Nuova Franca, Aus, 352, Gabella, Batoun, Lucovich Annetta Gattorno, Ity, 552, Dodero, Brindisi, Lucovich VESSELS CLEARED.—FEBRUARY 24. Invincible, B, 750 coal, Malta, H. Worms Margaret Elizabeth, B, 170 coal, Seville, Page & Ohlsen Renovation, B, 470 coal, Cherbourg, H. Worms .binT,norpe, -D, i ou coal, ult)raltar, -bovey & Uo. Alford (s), B 520 coal, 230 coke, Charente, Wayne & Co. Tartar, B, 302 coal, Dakar, H. Worms Brittany (s), B, 1000 coal, Havre, Powell's Duffryn Wilster (s), 750 coal, St. Nazaire, Godard and Coquard Marie Joseph, F, 140 coal, Auray, Morel & Co. Mars, F, 494 coal, St. Thomas, A. Bocande Deux Freres, F, 135 coal, Bordeaux, Morel & Co. Armoury, F, 255 coal, Brest, Coffin & Co. Penseux, F, 700 coal, Singapore, Heath, Evans & Co. Francais, F, 86 coal, Treguier, Morel & Co. Leda. F, 140 coal. Nantes, Coffin & Co. Giovanni Z, Ity, 763, Manilla, Page & Ohlsen Mary, Den, 170 coal, Rio Grande, Insole & Son Prudentia, Ny, 550 coal, Charente, Wayne & Co. Emmanuel, Ny, 350 coal, St. Thomas, Davies & Son Jenny, Ny, 730 coal, Kertch, Powell's Duffryn Java, Ny, 970 coal, Monte Video, Cory Bros. Divico, Ny, 712 rail, New York, R. Crawshay. Rainbow, B, 655 rail, Galveston, Aberdare Co. SHIPPING AND MAIL NEWS. QUEENSTOWN, Saturday.—The Guion steamer Minne- ssota, arrived frem New York. HALIFAX, Saturday.—The Allan steamer Austrian, arrived in Liverpool on Saturday. The Liverpool, Bra- zil, and River-plate steamer Capernicus, arrived at five p.m. this afternoon. SOUTHAMPTON, Saturday.—The Malta arrived at half- past ten this evening. PONT-DE-GALLE, Friday.—The Nubia from Australia arrived on the 20th. The Pekin from China arrived on the 22nd. The Delai leaves for Suez to-day, with Aus- tralian gold for Europe, £ 300,000. The Nubia left Pont de-Galle for Australia on Feb. 22nd.
WORMS are the cause of nine-tenths of the diseases of children therefore it is very important that every parent should seek the right remedy for their expulsion, and that remedy is undoubtedly found in Williams's Pontardawe Worm Lozenges," which have stood the test for the last twenty years, and are now more popular than ever. See that the words Williams's Worm Lozenges," are engraved on the government stamp, without which none are genuine. Sold by most Chemists at 9-d., Is. lid., and 2s. 9d. per box, or by post for 14 and 34 stamps, fir/m the sole Manufacturer, J. Davies, Chemist, Swansea. 162 l. J D AVIES'S TONIC PILLS. Thousands of ladies of all ages have proved these pills invaluable for general Debility, Nervousness, Headache, Giddiness, Indiges- tion, Flatulence, Shortness of breath, Palpitation, Pain in the Back, Constipation, and all irregularities. In boxes, Is. l-d. and 2s. 9d. each, of all chemists or, post free from the proprietor, M. P. 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May be had WHOLESALE from most Patent Medicine Warehouses in London, Bristol, and Liverpool. 153 jn H L 0 it A L U mT A SAFE ODOURLESS, NON-POISONOUS DISINFECTANT. THE SALINE ANTISEPTIC. HARMLESS AS COMMON SALT. CHLORALUM arrests decomposition in Meat, Milk, Fish, and c other edible substances. CHLORALUM removes Bad Smells and Purifies the Air. CHLORALUM for SMALLPOX. c HLORALUM for TYPHOID FEVER. QHLORALUM for FEVEllS. iHLORALUM for SICK ROOMST V J 0HLORALUM for GENERAL USE. — rpHE BOARD of TRADE have decided to substitute X CHLORALUM for the Solution of Chloride of Zinc, at pre- sent included in the scale of medioines and medical stores issued, and caused to be published by this Board in pursuance of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1867." HLORALUM for SANITARY PURPOSES. c HLORALUM for SANITARY PURPOSES. 0HLORALUM for SEWERS. HLORALUM for URINALS. CHLORALUM for CESSPOOLS. H LORALUM. VJ 15, Pembroke-road, Dublin, 11th September, 1871.-Sir,- I beg to state that the Chloralum powder and solution have been largely employed in this city, and with the most complete result. The bed of the river Liffey, which emitted a very offensive odour during the recent warm weather, was most satisfactorily disin- fected by Chloralum powder, at the rate of only one pound per 25 square feet. I have found it most efficacious as a purifier of stables, and I use it constantly in my own house. Altogether, I may say of Chloralum that it is a very valuable sanitary agent, and one which is certain to come into general use.—I remain, your obedient servant, Chas. A. Cameron, M. D., Professor of Hygiene, Royal College of Surgeons, and Analyst to the City of Dublin. The Secretary of the Chloralum Company." CHLORALUM to DISINFECT EXCRETA. C, HLORALUM to DISINFECT EXCRETA. CHLORALUM for all FEVERS. c HLORALUM for all FEVERS. CHLORALUM in CHOLERA. CHLORALUM in MEDICINE.—Chloralum is a new agent in therapeutics. There are few superficial injuries, inflamma- tions, or discharges in which its judicious prescription is not at- tended with great advantage, and it is of equal value in many in- ternal disorders. Chloralum in hospital has been used at the Royal Infirmary, Manchester, to destroy the foetor in cases of open cancer at Middlesex hospital in amputations in small-pox and fever wards generally, as the most pleasant and most active disin- fectant. Chloralum is an astringent antiseptic applied to foul ulcers by London surgeons, as a gargle in scarlet fever, diphtheria, and common sore throats, and has been found invaluable in in- flammation of the eyes, &c. 1 HLORALUM DEODORISES. CHLORALUM is HARMLESS] CHLORALUM in FEVERS. CHLORALUM can be relied on by horsemen in wounds and in- J juries, and by farmers in the treatment of foot-and-mouth disease, and in carrying on disinfection in their homes, stables, cowsheds, pigsties, and poultry houses. Chloralum for dog kennels can be used with great advantage and economy in keeping meat fresh for any length of time, in purifying the benches and yards, and completely removing the foul and sickening odour of dirty or ill-drained kennels. HLORALUM is DISINFECTANT. < ) CHLORALUM is sold in quarts, 2s. pints, la. half-pint, 6d. By the gallon, 5s. In large quantities by special contract, at greatly reduced prices. QHLORALUM POWDER. HLORALUM POWDER is HARMLESS. > HLORALUM POWDER.—The Best Stable Disinfectant. Chlo- V j ralum Powder will be found invaluable in Hospitals. Cowsheds. Close and Ill-ventilated Apart- Alleys and Roads. Sewers and Gulleyholes. Earth Closets. In the Dairy and all kinds of Dustbins. Provision Stores. Wine and Beer Cellars. In the Kennel and in Poultry S^Wes. Houses. Chloralum Powder is not caustic or hurtful in any way, and. although it absorbs moisture, it DOES NOT DETERIORATE BY KEEPING. It is a most elegant and powerful preparation, and a substitute lor tne msagreeaole disinfectants which have hitherto been placed at the disposal of the public and the medical profession. The ob- jects aimed at in the manufacture of Chloralum Powder have been a uniform high strength and cheapness. Sample casks. 1 cwt., for 15s., and in 6d. and Is. packages. > HLORALUM WOOL. QII DOR ALUM WOOL in SURGERY. CHLORALUM WOOL.—The Styptic and Antiseptic Surgical V.^ Dressing. In pound and half-pound packages, at 6s ner pound. HLORALUM WADDING. V CHLORALUM WADDING is used extensively as a diainfecr tant in coffins. A dead body when covered with Chloralum Wool cannot convey infection. Price 2s. 6d, a sheet, CHLORALUM for TYPHOID FEVER. QHLOBALUM for SMALLPo £ ™ QHLORALUM is SOLD by all CHEMISTS. CHLORALUM CO., 1 and 2, Great Winchester-street-buildings, E.C. 114 JJOSPITAL FOR UMBRELLAS! 2,000 PATIENTS CURED ANNUALLY ADVICE GRATIS, DAILY, from Seven a.m. to Eight p.m. Ladies and Gentlemen having Umbrellas with broken ribs, dis located joints, &c., should take such patients without delay to PEDLER'S HOSPITAL, Where remarkable cures are effected daily. Umbrellas made to order, re-covered, ttllll repaired. Gents' Walking Sticks and Canes mounted, polished, and feruled. All work done on the premises, with despatch, on tlic, most moderate terms. First-class workmanship guaranteed. Observe the Addr ss W. PEDLER, late 18, Quay-street, removed to 12, ROYAL ARCADE, CARDIFF. no FOR HAIRDRESSING, PERFUMERY, J- AND SHAMPOOING. FOR HAIR BRUSHING BY MACHINERY FOR ALL TOILET REQUISITES. FOR ORNAMENTAL HAIR OF THE NEWEST DESIGNS' FOR WIGS, SCALPS, &c., GO TO H. SWEETING'S FANCY EMPORIUM & HAIRDRESSING ESTABLISHMENT, 13, DUKE STREET, CARDIFF. First class Practical Hairdressers engaged from the principal London Establishments. 357 JJ SWEETING, 13, DUKE STREET, CARDIFF, HOSIER AND GLOVER. A SPLENDID SELECTION OF SCARVES, GLOVES, UMBRELLAS, &c. Ladies and Gentlemen are respectfully invited to inspect his Stock, which will be found to be of a very superior quality, and will be sold at the Lowest Prices. 358 THE HOWE MACHINE CO.'S (ELIAS HOWE, Jun.) SEWING MACHINES. Manufactory: "RPMRJV W*TIFP NRIXIV TT C A T71,. it A LONDON, W.' IMPORTANT TESTIMONIAL. MANTLE MANUFACTORY, 242, BUTE-ROAD, CARDIFF, NOV. 29, 1871. Mr. W. DAVID,—Sir,—You ask me "my candid opinion of the "Elias Howe' Machine." To that question there can be but one reply from any practical worker or mechanic—I know the working and mechanical qualities of about 12 machines, but I must confess" that for all purposes in one machine, ease in working, accuracy of stitch and durability, it surpasses all others. All who have bought the '"Elias Howe' 011 my advice are thoroughly satisfied.—I remain, yours truly, W. B. BLISS. From the STANDARD, November 3rd, 1S69. "CONTEST BETWEEN SEWING MACHINES.—An interesting trial of sewing machines lately took place at London, Canada, in the pre- sence of his Royal Highness Prince Arthur. The result was given in a despatch to the London house of Elias Howe, 64, Regent- street, by Mr. L. C. Mendon, the manager in Canada. It appears that that house received the first prize at the provincial Exhibition for family and manufacturing machines. The contest lasted eight hours, and the 'Howe' machine proved victorious."—Anglo- American Times. Catalogues and samples of work sent free by Post on application to W. DAVID, CARDIFF DEPOT, 3, STUART HALL, CARDIFF. ALL KINDS OF MACHINES SET AND REPAIRED ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE. 105 JOHN HIBBERT, WHOLESALE CORN AND PROVISION MERCHANT, BUTE WAREHOUSES AND WHARF-STREET. JOHN HIBBERT, TEA AND COFFEE MERCHANT, ITALIAN WAREHOUSEMAN. AGENT FOR THE AUSTRALIAN MEAT COMPANY, CHURCH-STREET, CARDIFF. 206 GARDEN SEEDS! GARDEN SEEDS SEASON OF 1872. FOR NEW SEEDS go to JOHN HIBBERT'S. PEAS, earliest and best, go to JOHN HIBBERT'S. „ PEAS, newest and best sorts, go to JOHN HIBBERT'S. BEANS, truest sorts, go to JOHN HIBBERT'S. „ GARDEN SEED DRILLS, go to JOHN HIBBERT'S. All kinds of Garden requisites, go to JOHN HIBBERT'S. JOHN HIBBKKT'S Descriptive Catalogue of Garden and Flower Seeds now ready, post free on application. All parcels to the value of Twenty Shillings and upwards delivered by rail carriage paid. 17, ANGEL-STREET, CARDIFF. WHOLESALE STORES—2, BUTE WAREHOUSES. 205 He R. W ILL I A M SAN D CO. IMPORTERS Of PURE AND UNBRANDIED WINES AND SPIRITS, 3, LIME-STREET, LONDON, Beg to intimate that supplies of their Wines and Spirits may be obtained of EVANS AND CO., TEA AND COFFEE SALESMEN HIGH-STREET, CARDIFF. Orders for any quantity will meet with immediate attention on application as above, and if preferred will be delivered carnage free direct from London. 1868 VINTAGE PORTS. The Ports of 1868 possess those rare qualities necessary to Wines of high character, viz. natural richness, fine colour ex- treme delicacy, with good body and bouquet, besides bein«-' per- fectly free from Oidium (for the first time for the long period of eighteen years), and, consequently cannot fail to develope quali- ties of the highest excellence. Believing from the success that attended the Ports referred to in our letter to The Times of the 21st of October, 1865, that those Wines cannot fail to give equal, and even much greater satisfac- tion, and that they will speedily develope their tine qualities in Bottle and become elegant as weli as valuable Wines, we with confidence offer the pure Vintage Port of 1368 to your favourable consideration. BRAND—H. R. WILLIAMS & Co., OPORTO, 1868. 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