THE GLAMORGANSHIRE ASSIZES. The Under-Sheriff is authorised to state that the Court will be opened for the trial of prisoners at eleven o'clock p.m. on the morning of Monday, the 11th inst, when the giv.nl and petty jurors, who were summoned for the 9th inst, must bj in attendance. No civil busi- ness will ba taken before Wednesday, the 13th inst.
ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS. Rev. W. Barclay, M.A., curate of Kingston, Hereford Rev. William Israel Francis, perpetual curate of Llan- gowen, Cardiganshire; Rev. William J. C. Lindsay, rector of Llanvaches, Monmouthshire, and domestic chaplain to the Earl of Crawford and Balcarres, rector of Llanvair Kilgedin, near Abergavenny, Monmouth- shire-patron: Lord Tredegar.
THE WAGES QUESTION ON THE RAILWAYS. The platelayers, to the number of about 800, on the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway have given notice that they will come out on strike in fourteen days unless they are granted an increase of wages. The permí. Dent-way men or platelayers on the Shrewsbury and Chester branch of the Great Western Railway have, this week, struck," and refused to work unless an in- crease of 6d. per day be granted. We hear that the company have offered an advance of 2d., but this has not been the means of settling the dispute.
LEGISLATION UPON THE TRUCK SYSTEM. Mr. Bruce's Bill upon the Truck System, described as a Bill to amend the law with respect to the payment of wages to workmen in certain trade" has been pub- lished. It provides that wages shall be paid weekly or oftener if so contracted for, but it shall be lawful, under contract, to pay a part only of the wages due, provided it be not less than ninety per cent. or in the case of wages accruing at the end of the first week, seventy per cent. of the amount due. In such cases, however, the unpaid balance shall be paid within four weeks or any less period provided by contract. Where wages have been otherwise than in coin, and the workmen thus paid, or his wife, widow, or infant child, receives Poor Law relief within three months of such payment, the Poor law authorities shall be empowered to sue the em- ployer. for the amount of the wages illegally paid, and to apply the same towards the cost of relief. Wages, however, may be paid with the workmen's consent, by bank note, or where the amount exceeds X5, by cheque or order upon a neighbouring bank. No wages shall be paid at any place licensed for the sale of liquor, or where goods are ordinarily sold to workmen, and where goods have been supplied on account of wages, no action or set-off in respect of such illegal transaction shall be tenable. Deductions from wages, however, shall be legal in respect of school fees levied under existing labour Acts, or in corformity with contract, in respect of board and lodging of workpeople residing in the master's house, and in respect of fines. All deductions for edu- cation shall be audited at least once a-year by two audi- tors appointed by the workmen, and in case of difference or neglect of this provision, the local County Court shall have jurisdiction in the matter. Masters are to be held liable for the offences of their agents against the Act, unless the former can disprove responsibility. Work- men cannot assign or charge their wages before they become due. The penalty for violation of the Act is limited in the case of a first offence to Y,10, and on a second or subsequent conviction to 920. The provi- sions of the Act are to be enforced by inspectors of fac- tories and mines in England, and procurators-fiscal in Scotland. It is provided further that no person en- gaged in any trade to which this Act applies; nor the father, son, or brother of such a person shall act as justices in any cases arising under the Act, the applica- tion of which is expressly limited to trades embraced by the Coal Mines Regulation Act, 1872 the Metalli- ferous Mines Regulation Act, 1872 the Factory Acts, 1833 to 1871; or the Workshops Acts, 1867 to 1871. Power is reserved, as usual, to the Secretary of State to grant exemptions under special circumstances.
MONMOUTHSHIRE RAILWAY AND CANAL COMPANY. The report to be presented at the half-yearly meeting of the shareholders states that the traffic returns of the half-year (inclusive of Canal tolls) are E8,121 more than in the preceding half-year, and XS,,284 more than in the corresponding half-year in 1870. A sum of X5,000 is transferred from the net revenue account to the cre- dit of the relaying suspense account, which is thereby reduced to 917,432 2s. 2d. The average rate of inte- rest on the total amount of borrowed capital is X4 9s. per cent. per annum. Debentures for terms of years as they become payable have been replaced to the amount of £3,700 during the half-year, by an issue of the perpetual debenture stock, making a total issue of X159,185 of that stock, and leaving 9227,031 of ter- minable debentures. During the past half-year, one locomotive engine, to replace one unfit for further use, has been built at the company's workshops. Six co- vered goods wagons, one hay wagon, and two break vans have been built, to replace a like number unfit for fur- ther use. For the purposes of an increased traffic, one locomotive engine and two passenger carriages have been purchased; and two locomotive engines, two break vans, and twenty-five goods trucks are in course of construction under contract. After placing 4:5,000, as above stated, to the relaying account, X500 to the bad debt account, and 91,500 to the reserve fund ac- count, the net revenue account, No. 10, shows that there is a balance oft32,616, and as that sum will (less income tax) yield a dividend at the rate of 5 per cent. per annum on the preferential stock, and a dividend at the rate of 7 per cent. per annum on the ordinary stock and shares (thereby making the dividend for the year 1871 6! per cent.), and a balance of E368 to be carried to the next half-yearly account, the committee recom- mend that those dividends be declared, and made pay- able on the 5th of April proximo. The converting of the existing line of railway between Aberbeeg and Aber- tillery into a double line of railway has been completed, excepting the rock cutting at Aberbeeg, the formation of which has been delayed by continuous wet weather the making and fixing of the signals, which are of a special description, has also been delayed, beyond the company's control, by the manufacturers of them. A Bill for constructing a railway from Blaenavon to Abersychan, and thereby abstracting traffic from this company's railway, has been withdrawn by its promo- ters. The Great Western Railway Company have ap- plied to Parliament for powers to raise money, limited in amount to t7,000 for part of the outlay incidental to the constructing a new road for the purpose of avoiding the level crossing in Thomas-street, Newport; and the committee have presented a petition to Parliament against the Bill containing such powers, being of opinion that the whole amount of such outlay should (legally be borne either by the Great Western Railway Company or the Pontypool, Caerleon, and Newport Railway Company, or by them jointly, and that no por- tion of such outlay should be borne by this Company, as large ratepayers in the town of Newport. Messrs. E. J. Phillips, Francis Tothill, John Lawrence and Wil- liam Evans are the retiring directors Mr. Geo. Miller, of Bristol, has been elected in the place of Mr. Crawshay Btiley. of Abergavenny, whoso decease is much to be re- gretted, after an exceptionally long connection with the company as one of its largest proprietors and freighters. Mr. Walter Powell, M.P., having ceased to be a pro- prietor, the committee recommend that, in the interests of the company, the vacancy be not filled up, but the number of directors be reduced to twelve. I
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 if,to,gehol(( Guide. 319 A VISIT TO Errs's COCOA MANUFACTORY.—Through the kindness of Messrs. Epps, I recently had an opportunity of seeing the many complicated and varied processes the Cacao bean passes Ibrough ere it is sold for public use, and, being both interested and highly pleased with what I saw during my visit to the manufac- tory, I thought a brief account of the Cacao, and the way it is manufactured by Messrs. Epps, to fit it for a wholesome and nu- tritious beverage, might be of interest to the readers of Land and Water.See article in Lalid and Water, Oct. Hth. 319
MONEY MARKET.—THURSDAY. The principal change to notice in the Stock Markets is the recovery from the rather dull tone which characterized Home Railway Stocks in the early hours. The publica- tion of the several traffic receipts given below has strengthened the market, which is now firm, but the changes in prices are confined to a rise of li in Great Northern A, f in North British, and in Great Western. The following lines show an increase in the traffic receipts —The Great Northern, R5021 the Lancashire and York- shire, R4089 the London and South Western, 22995; the Great Eastern, £ 2786; the North British, C2727 the London, Chatham, and Dover, R2454; and the Man- chester and Sheffield, £1612. Lombardo-Venetian shares have improved :1:. In Foreign Stocks there is a rise of 5 in Brazilian New Five per Cents.
BRISTOL STOCK EXCHANGE.—YESTERDAY. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCK. Share. Company. Amt. Paid. Prices. Stock Bristol and Exeter £ 100 ..1081 1081 Stock Do. 4 per Cent. Preference — 91 92 Ditto, 5 p.c. Rent Charge.. — ..116 118 Stock -Nloiiuiouthshire Rail.& 100 ..116 118 100 Do. 5 per Cent. Preference 100 108, 1091 Stock Rhymney 100 69" 71 Stock South Devon 100 73 74 Stock Taff Vale. 100 ..159 160 10 Do. £ 10 Shares, Class C 6 4 J 4 pm. xd. Stock West Cornwall 100 75 77 xd. 10 Avonside Engine 7 2f 2J dis. 10 Bristol City Hotel 10 3 3| 147.9.0 Bristol Dock Shares 147.9.0.. 88 89 Stock Bristol United Gas 100 198J 1971 10 Bristol College Green Hotel 10 11t 12 25 Bristol Commercial Rooms. 25 13 14 200 Bristol Steam Navigation 130 7f 8 £ 20 Bristol Waggon Works 10 l|- l^dis. 25 Bristol Water Works 25 50 51 10 B. & S. Wales Rail. Waggon 4 1-k 1 pm. 10 Clifton Suspension Bridge.. 10 6 7 10 Clifton Hotel. 10 llg 11 100 London & South West. Bank 20 7 6 dis. 10 Western Waggon 10 7 J 8 20 West of England and South Wales District Bank 15 191-11 20
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET.-THURSDAY. The market opened with a good demand. Probable sales 15,000 bales
BRADFORD WOOL MARKET. —THURSDAY. There is no appreciable change in the wool market to- day. A fair amount of business is doing for immediate consumption, and prices are maintained with firmness. Good wethers and hogs are most in favour. Yarns and pieces are in fair request, and prices are firm.
(tarespndtitce, THE CARMARTHEN SCHOOL BOARD. To the Editor of the SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS. SIR,-Yotir correspondent Marmion's letter requires a reply. All the members of the Carmarthen School Board were nominated by the Liberals. Of the three members who voted for the payment of fees in denomi- national schools, the chairman was, by all his antecedents and professions, and the other two were, as one of the conditions of their election, pledged to oppose such pay- ment. Your correspondent stoutly opposes the payment of fees but he is easily satisfied. He is satisfied with the vote of the minority for the payment. He seems not to understand the bearings of this question. He does not know that it has become the crucial test of thorough Liberalism. He tells the Tories on the Beard that they have done gloriously, and that they may again seek elec- tion unblushingly. They may do so unblushingly, but they will be rejected unceremoniously.—Yours, &c., Carmarthen. VINDEX.
SUICIDE OF A POLICEMAN. On Tuesday William Henry Greenwood, aged 24, a member of the Bolton Police force, was found drowned in a lodge near to Messrs. Martin and Johnson's mill, Fletcher-street, under circumstances which point to the fact that the deceased committed suicide. Deceased had been on the sick list for the last week, suffering from an abscess underneath the tongue, and also from quinsy. The pain caused by the complaints was so intense that he on Monday wrote on a slate (not being able to speak) that he wished the doctor would kill him. On Monday night he left the house, and, not returning in a reasonable time, search was made for him. He was not found, however, until Tuesday morning, when his body was discovered when the above lodge was dragged.
PUBLIC HEALTH AND LOCAL OOVERNMENT BILL. Sir C. Adderly has laid before the House of Commons his Bill for consolidating and amending all the laws on public health and lacal government for England and Wales, exclusive of the metropolis. The Bill contains 437 clauses, and fills 197 folio pages. The Bill distin- guishes by special marks clauses taken from the Acts proposed to be repealed, without any substantial altera- tion, except such as are in accordance with the recom- mendations of the Commission also the clauses taken from the dropped Government Bill of last session on rating and local government also a few clauses taken from Local Consolidation Acts or from the Telegraphs or other public Acts. The remaining clauses with no special mark against them are new, and, like other clauses, carry out the recommendations of the Sanitary Commission. The clauses on rates re-enact existing law.
On Tuesday a man named John Boom, a gardener, living in Rothwell, Northampton, attempted to murder his paramour with a hatchet. He afterwards attempted to cut his own throat, but was arrested in time by the arrival of the police. The woman's life is despaired of. The medical attendants on the Prince of Wales have recommended his Royal Higness to pass the spring in the south of Europe. Although the Prince's recovery is thus far most satisfactory it is desirable that his strength should be entirely recruited before his Royal Hignes's engages in public affairs. On Wednesday morning, at the Manchester City Sessions, Andrew Macbeth, 29, a cashier in the employ of the Manchester and County Bank (limited), Man- chester, pleaded guilty to having at various times whilst so employed embezzled sums amounting to £ 1,250. He was sentenced to twelve months' imprison- ment. Edward Roberts, otherwise called Edward Robins, aged 36, who, at the Oxfordshire Assizes, was found guiltyT)f the wilful murder of Ann Merrick, at Watney, will suffer the extreme penalty of the law at Oxford Castle, on Monday morning, the 18th instant, unless the Secretary of State should interfore. On Wednesday night a fire took place in the back workshops of the horse-hair works in Old-street, St. Luke's. London. The building was three floors high. 50 feet long and 40 feet broad. The discovery was not made until the flames had obtained a strong bold of the middle floor. The flames were not extinguished until half-past twelve o'clock yesterday morning, when the workshops were burned out and the roof destroyed. At the Durham Assizes on Wednesday an action was brought by Mr. Alderman John Stracham, of South Shields, auctioneer and commission agent, against the North-Eastern Railway Company for injuries sustained in a collision between an express train from Edinburgh and a luggage train, near the Ouseburn Bridge, New- castle, on the 30th of June last year. The action also included Mrs. Stracham, his wife, who was in company with him. The trial lasted several hours, and the jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff. -Damages, £ 1250, exclusive of plaintiff's costs.
THE PLAIN TRUTH.—BEAUTIFUL HAIR.—If people will only use Mrs. S. A. Allen's Preparations, they will have no trouble about their hair. Mrs. A Hen's World's Hair Restorer will positively and certainly revive and restore the natural original colour in every case of greyness, no matter from what cause it arises, and stimu- ate the hair to natural growth. The Zylobalsamum" as a hair dressing for young' and old, is the best article that can be used imparts a gloss and vigorous appearance to the hair very beautiful to see. The Restorer, Six Shillings. The Zylobalsamum, Three Shillings, in large bottles (separate preparations not at all neces- sary to be used together). Depot, 266, High Holborn, London. Sold by all Chemists and Perfumers, 140
CARDIFF. WEST BUTE DOCK ARRIVALS.—MARCH 6. Berthe et Laure, Perre, Bristol, light, 157 Mathilda, Cope, Bristol, pitwood, 29 Volunteer, Bate, Plymouth, pitvrood, 82 Kho, Tyrer, Midcllesbro', pig iron, 199 Pallas, Baldwin, Bridgwater, pitwood, 50 Touch Me Not, Salt, Fowey, iron ore 159 Theresia, Wekenborg, Bristol, light, 131 Mary, Couth, Falmouth, ballast, 71 Royal Adelaide, Johns, Fowey, iron ore, 99 Mysterious Star. Sherkell, Liverpool, ballast, 385 Hebe, Bilby, Dublin, ballast, 331 Tribune, Wey, Leamington, pitwood, 199 Trio, Kelly, Dublin, pitwood, 199 WEST BUTE DOCK ARRIVALS.—MARCH 7. Alexandre, Ewanno, L'Orient, pitwood, 94 Douro, McCurry, Glamorgan Canal, light, 111 Brennus, Truscat, St. Malo, pitwood, 94 Edward Moore, Jones, Caernarvon, stone, 79 Eugenie Marianne, De Gal, L'Orient, pitwood, 128 Mines de Soumali, Fatome, Dunkirk, ballast, 310 Galilei, Voss, Bristol, ballast, 275 Ardincaple, Dyke, Poole, pitwood, 109 Rambler, Phelan, Leamington, pitwood, 93 Hiate Lialdade, Velha, Bristol, light, 72 EAST BUTE DOCK ARRIVALS.—MARCH 6. Bois Chollet, Gueno, L'Orient, pitwood, 100 Ellen Venn, Jackson, Newport, light, 53 J esil, Morgans, West Dock, light, 349 Razeto Padre, Razeto, Genoa, ballast, 450 Lynx, Lloyd, Bridgwater, liglit, 108 Frederick Snowden (s), James. Bordeaux, pitwood, 480 Derby, Wood, Bristol, timber, 30 Susanna, Bart, Bristol, light, 48 Solo, Dexoto, Genoa, ballast, 493 Earl of Devon, Keane, Penzance, ballast, 103 Abel, Boressen, Cork, ballast, 340 Thistle (s), Harwood, Dordt, ballast, 686 Due Fratelli, Oliva, Genoa, iron ore, 349 EAST BUTE DOCK ARRIVALS.—MARCH 7. Clutha (s), Huckman,?Bristol, general, 336 Lord Byron (s), Walsh, Glasgow, ballast, 515 GLAMORGANSHIRE CANAL ARRIVALS.—MARCH 6. Perseverance, Rowles, Newport, light, 25 Queen Esther, Sherman, Gloucester, flour, etc 61 A. W. McLellan, Thomas, Bilboa, iron ore, 110 PENARTII DOCK ARRIVALS.—MARCH 6. Independent, Rowls, Bristol, light, 41 Iron Duke (s), Terrell, Bristol, light, 90 Cardiff Castle (s), Clutterbuck, Bristol, light, 50 Symmetery, Powell, Cardiff, light, 85 Ocean, Spray, Hayle, ballast, 112 John (s), Terrell, Bristol, light, 92 St. Vincent (s), Parker, Bristol, light, 78 Swift (s), Allen, Bristol, light, 63 Hannah, Windows, Cardiff, light, 33 Spartan (s), Redhead, London, ballast, 916 Express (s), Cock, Hayle, ballast, 196 City of Durham (s), Allen, Liverpool, ballast, 534 Ranger, Gould, Weston, light, 30 Florence, Freebury, Bristol, light, 43 Prince Albert, Watkins, Bristol, light, 53 Eliza, Bellamy, Bristol, light, 33 Queen Ann, Gower, Bridgwater, light, 40 Electric, Clutterbuck, Bristol, light, 88 VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARDS.—MARCH 7. Thistle (s), B, 686 coal,,Harwood, Naples, J. Bovey & Co Druid (s), B, 473 coal, Jarvis, Cadiz, J. Bovey & Co Constantine (s), B, 525 coal, Millon, Malta, J. Bovey Emily, B, 179 coal, Dart, Naples Harrison Bros Newsky (s), B, 337 coal, Wyatt, Rochefort, J. T. Thomas Bellona, B. 261 coal, Robinson, Dieppe, Hacquoil Bros Bride (s), B, 1,018 coal, Graham, Malta, G. S. Stowe Royal Oak, B, 1,044 coal, Hughes, China, S. D. Jenkins T. V. G., B, 198 coal, Luen, St. Malo, Morel & Co Edmond, F, 198 coal, Nentz, Phillipeville, Morel & Co Berthe Laure, F, 146 coal, Perre, Nantes, Morel & Co Fredele, Ity, 467 coal, Laddo, Port Said, Decandia Bros Guiseppe Revello, Ity, 431 coal, Morchio, Genoa,Decardia Abel, Nor, 405 coal, Borresen, New York, S Nash & Co Orto, Ity, 395 coal, Schiaffino, Ancona, A. T Lucovich Istock M, Aus, 308 coal, Medanich, Kertch, Lucovich Caffemia, Aus, 386 coal, Strick, Trieste, Lucovich Marco Primogenisto, Aus, 311 coal. Vircorsovich,Lucovich Lealdacle, Por, 56 coal, Velha, Aveno, R. J. Todd Theresia, Hoi, 131 coal, Wetsenborg. Stralsund, Parry Daniel, Hoi, 241 coal, Meyden, Lisbon, E. C. Downing VESSELS CLEARED.—MARCH 7. Scorpio (s), B, 900 coal, Charente, Wayne & Co Bellona, B, 600 coal, Dieppe, J. Mason Kingston (s), B, ll§0coal, Port Said, Ocean Steam Co Mars (s), B, 820 coal, Malta, Powell's Duffryn Bride (s), B, 950 coal, Malta, D. Davis & Sons Newsky (s), B, 500 coal, Rochefort, Powell's Duffryn Elizabeth, B, 665 coal, Alexandria, Cory Bros Salisbury (s), B, 800 coal, Dieppe, J. Mason Marie Alexandrine, F, 147 coal, Nantes, Coffin & Co Sudpol, Ger, 570 coal, Constantinople, H. Worms Silvanus, Rus, 450 coal, Barcelona, Page & Ohlsen Italia (s), B, 617 rail, Leghorn, Rhymney Iron Co Irene, Ny, 529 rail, New York, Dowlais Iron Co IMPORTS. Bulldog (s), Bridgwater, sundries, Order Equity, Rotterdam, 130 tons spiegle iron, Dowlais Co. Marigo, Berdianski, wheat, Spiller & Co. Camelia, Bridgwater, pitwood, Order Druid, Highbridge, pitwood, Order Elizabeth, Highbridge, 71 old timber, Emery & Co. N. Auguste, Auray, 27 potatoes, 187 pitwood, Order Twins, Gweek, 64 granite blocks, Order Upupa (s) Cork, sundries, Order H. Brand (s), Bordeaux, 650 pitwood, Order Jane, Bridgwater, scrap iron, Order G. Mortola, Genoa, 540 iron ore, Order Achilles, Marbella 1200 iron ore, Order Nellie, Barron, 161 iron ore, Rhymney Co. Stag, Minehead, 53 sleepers, J. P. Lewis John Henry, Carthagena, 300 iron ore, 250 esparto, Order Dora (s), Bilboa, 765 iron ore. Cory Bros Swallow, Gloucester, 18,000 bricks. Order Taranaki, Lydney, 85 iron ore, Gadlys Co. Robin Hood, Gloucester, hoop iron, Order Bellona (s), Rouen, 190 provisions, Order Laugurthorve, Por, 110 iron ore, Forester & Co. Murton, Bilboa, iron ore, Order Bacchus, Bristol, 70 metal, Gadlys Co. Jane Bacon (s), Whitehaven, 790 iron ore, Gadlys Co. Bessie, Padstow, 75 iron ore, J. Carr Beatitude, Middlesboro', 75 pig iron, Order Llandaff (s), Bilboa, 440 iron ore Order Pride of the Dee, Galway, 133 potatoes, Rees & Co. Kate, Penzance, 45 blocks tin, Order J. C, A., Galway, 125 potatoes, Order L. Amelie, Bordeaux, 202 pitwood, Order Carlotta, Bordeaux, pitwood, Order Clotilde, L'Orient, 95 pitwood, Order George and Richard, Eupatoria, wheat, Spiller & Co. Clutha (s), Glasgow, sundries, Webb and Co. F. Snowden (s), Bordeaux, pitwood, Morel Brothers Derby. Bristol, timber, order Due Fratelly, Genoa, 300 iron ore, order Boischolet, Lorient, 110 pitwood, Morel Velio, Middlesboro' 300 pig iron, order Ardencaple, Poole, 120 pitwood F. J. Bevan E Moore, Carnarvon, 185 paving sets, order E. Marianne, Lorient, 118 pitwood. order Pallas, Bridgwater, 118 pitwood, Euieiy and Co. SWANSEA. ° VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARDS.—MARCH 7. Ann and Sophia, B, 195, Gardner, Trouville, Doran Elaine (s), B, 453, Williams, Havre, Vivian & Wyatt Chevarrit (s), B, 653, Horsman Barcelona, James Strick Dora, B, 197, Shire, Teneriffe, James Strick Louis Desiree, F, 99, Gamier, Nantes, Letricheux Jeune Maria, F. 105, Letallea, La Rochelle, Letricheux Isabella F, 73 Pentecote, Bordeaux, Letricheux Bonite, B, 98, Le Tron, La Rochelle, Letricheux Anastasie, F, 98, Loreal, Nantes, Letricheux Alescandre, F, —, Esnol, Pornic, Letricheux Jeune Louise, F, —, logon, Trouville, Letricheux Zebe Leontine, F, 98, Le Costey, Honfleur. Letrichieux VESSELS CLEARED.—MARCH 7. Water Lily, B, 139 coal, Caen, Powell's Duffryn Constance, B, 90 coal, Morlaix, Cory, Yeo, & Co Pathfinder, B, 470 fuel, Bona, H. Bath & Son Florence, B, 482 coal, Alexandria, Vivian & Wyatt Anne Duncan, B, 330 coal, Teneriffe, W. H. Thomas NEWPORT. ENTERED OUTWARDS.—MARCH 7. Ernest, B, 455, Shapwash, Hennebon, Moses & Co Rescue, Prus, 257, Poltinet, St. Valery, Moses & Co VESSELS CLEARED.—MARCH 7. Young Marquis, B, 195, Gibraltar, L. A. Homfray & Co Merchant, Aus, New Orleans, Blaina Co.
TO THE LADIES. THOMSON'S JpAGODA." rjlIIOMSON'S "A UTOMATIC." THOMSON'S DUPLEX." r I "HOMSON'S "EMPRE, SS." CRINOLINES. THOMSON'S UNBREAKABLE." CORSET BUSKS. ^HOMSON'S ^LOVE-FITTING." CORSETS. The best Manufactured, always stamped with the "NAME," and Trade Mark a CROWN." Novelties for the Spring now ready. ECHI'S DRESSING BAGS and CASES, DESPATCH BOXES, tourists' writing cases, jewel cases, writing desks, Parisian productions, library sets in mediaeval and leather, albums, cases of fine cutlery, scissors, razors, table knives, the magic razor strop and paste, at MECHl'S, 112, Regent-street, W. Illustrated cata- logues post free. Established 1827. City prices charged for cash. N.B.—Mr. Mechi or his Son attends personally daily. rpHE "VOWEL" ± WASHING MACHINE makes Washing at home pleasant and profitable. 120 Prize Medals and First Prizes. A month's free trial. Catalogue free by post. BRADFORD & CO., C3, Fleet-street, London, and Manchester. BAKER & CRISP'S Patterns sent free by sending this Adver- tisement with Address. All the New Spring Cambrics, Piques, Fancy Dresses, White Piques, &c., from 8/11 to 10/6. Black Silks, Japanese Silks, and Silks of every description from 21/- to 100/- full dress. 198, Regent-street, London. JENNER and KNEWSTUB'S Specialities. rpHE CHOW-CHOW CASE, designed by "the Old Shekarry," _L in japanned tin, made air tight. Contains every requisite for the toilet and writing table for travelling or home use. THE PATENT BAG OF BAGS. THE PATENT A. B, C. DESPATCH BOX. THE ELGIN WRITING CASE. JENNER and KNEWSTUB to the Queen and the Prince of Wales, 33, St. James's-street, and 66, Jermyn-street, London, W. SEWING MACHINES, Five Prize Medals. TAYLOR'S PA- TENT MACHINES (Lock Stitch) contains important im- provements over all others. Price from Z4 4s. Lists and Testi- monials Free. Agents Wanted. Taylor's Sewing Machine Co., Driffield, and Holborn Viaduct, London, E.C. BILLIARD TABLES.—THURSTON & CO., Billiard Table Manu- facturers. By appointment to H.M. the Queen and H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. Established 1814. 14, Catherine-street, Strand, London, W.C. Lists on application. \X7ELBY PUGIN'S GOTHIC FURNITURE.—Furniture similar V V to that supplied to the GRANVILLE HOTEL earn be ob- tained on application to Mr. MORLEY, South Eastern Works, St. Laurence, Thanet. OVEREIGN PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY, 26, Moor- gate-street, London, E.C. Paid-up Shares £ 10 each. Divi- dend 6 per cent. Withdrawals on a month's notice. Deposits received at 5 per cent. Mortgage Securities only. Prospectus post free. A. R. WORMALD, Actuary and Secretary. WALKER'S CRYSTAL CASE WATCHES are superseding all others. Prize Medals, London 1862, Paris 1867. Silver from £6 6s., Gold from £ 15 15s. 68, Cornhill, E.C., 239, Regent- street, W., and 76, Strand, W.C. Descriptive Pamphlet free. I > PHOTOCHROME, a NEW POMMADE to change I\j grey hair a*d beard to their original colour, far superior to dyes or so-called hair restorers. Price 3/6. 96, Strand, 128, Re- gent-street, 24, Cornhill. Sold by all Perfumers. C^lOUNT ST. GERMAINS Celebrated LIFE TEA, used pure or J mixed with other tea, regulates the system, improves the digestion, braces the nerves, prevents diseases, and promotes lon- getity. Price Is. per canister. Sold by all Chemists. 91 i)° MILNER'S STRONG HOLDFAST & FIRE-RESISTING £ l L* £ l (non-conducting and steam-generating) SAFES, CHESTS, DOORS, and STRONG ROOMS, with all the Improvements sug- gested by half a Century's experience in the manufacture of nearly 200,000 Safes, which now keep the Books, Deeds, Cash and valu- ables of the Nobility, Clergy, and Gentry of the kingdom; and of professional and commercial men of London, Liverpool, Man- chester, Leeds, &c.; Edinbro', Glasgow, &c. Dublin, Belfast, and the world over,—many hundreds of which have saved their con tents in destructive FIRES and attacks of BURGLARS. MILNE&'S PIHKNIX SAFE WORKS, LIVERPOOL. Depots Liverpool, Manekester, Sheffield, Leeds, Hull. London Depôt: 47a, Moorgate-street, City, near the Bank of England. Particulars, sizes, prices, post free. ROUGHT rRON TLTBES of every des:cription for STEAM, GAS, WATER, &c., &c. TAUNTON, KESTERTON, and HAYWARD, Star Tube Works, Birmingham. <7 QAFE and SURE". STEAM BOILER. -SAFETY, ECONOMY IO of FUEL and SPACE, absence of Priming, and simplicity of Repairs. PATENT STEAM BOILER CO., Henage-street, Birmingham. ASPlfALTE ROOFING FELT. ONE PENNY per square foot. CROGGON & CO., MANUFACTURERS, Albwn Wharf, 10, Upper Thames-street, London. 59, George Square, Glasgow. 2, Goree Piazzas, Liverpool. TEA.-To Consume or to Sell again. WEBSTER BROS., 39, Moorgate-street, City, have a large stock of well-selected Black TEAS from 1/6 to 2/4, and supply Very Fine Strong Rich Congou at 2/6, Very Choice Sou- chong 2/10. Orders for £ 2 worth sent carriage paid to all parts of England; L4 Wales, Scotland, and Ireland. BORWICK'S Gold Medal BAKING POWDER makes Puddings, B Pies, and Tarts, sweet and wholesome. IEBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF MEAT makes excellent jLj BEEF-TEA for 2W. A PINT. CAUTION.-None genuine without Baron Liebig's the inventor's certificate on every jar. Best and Cheapest Stock for Beef-tea, Soups, Entrees and Smuces JUDSON'S DYES.-18 Colors, 6d. eachV lUBBONS, WOOL, li SILK, FEATHERS, completely Dyed in 10 minutes without soiling the hands. Full instructions supplied. Of all chemists. SMALL-POX, FEVERS, and SKIN DISEASES. -Predisposition prevented by Lamploughs Pyretic Saline. Agreeable, vital- ising, and invigorating, its effects are remarkable in their cure and prevention. Take it according to new directions. Sold by Chemists and the maker, H. Lamplough, 113, Holborn-hill, E.C. BLUE BRICKS.—F. W. BARROWS, Great Bridge, Tipton, LJ Staffordshire, Manufacturer of Blue, Red, and Brown Bricks, Tiles, Quarries, Blue and Chequered Paving, Stable Clinkers, Copings and Crestings. MAX UREGERVSTURE HUNGARIAN WINES, 7, MINCING LANE, E.C. In order to facilitate the supply of these Wines now in great demand, AGENTS of high respectability will be appointed on application from Towns yet vacant. NE WLI FES IZ ED PO RTR A1T for £ 2 2s. Send your Photo- graph to Messrs. LUCAS & TUCKER, Artists, 7, Haymarket, London, and in a fortnight you will receive a beautifully finished Portrait in Chalks, framed complete. SUPERIOR SPECTACLES, BRAZILLIAN PEBBLES, 10/6 a O pair. Glass Lenses, 5/6 a pair. Sights to select from, post free. Field Glasses, Microscopes, &c. J. & W. E. Archbutt, Opti- s, 11, Bridge-street, Westminster. London. Price lists free. ONOGRAMS.-Five Quires of Superfine Note Paper and One ly l- Hundred superfine high-flap Envelopes, stamped in colours with any lady's name or monogram of any two letters, for remit- tance of Five Shillings in stamps. Catalogues and specimens of stamping forwarded post free on application. BRITISH AND FOREIGN STATIONERY COMPANY, Designers, Die-sinkers, Stampers, Illuminators, Engravers, &c., &c., 10 and 12, Garrick- street, Covent Garden, London. r riliE BRlTANNIA SEWING MACIlINE COMPANY, COL- X CHESTER, are purchasers for Cash of any quantity of dry American Walnut or Teake, also Lathes, Drilling Machines and other plant for Steam Power. VACANCIES shortly for any number of steady Men or Youths as Machine Fitters, Adjusters, Turners, &c. To ensure reply state full particulars. AGENTS for Sale of Machines are being appointed everywhere. ORDERS can now only be accepted in rotation. EW SUPPLY ASSOCIATION (Limited), Nos. 48 and 49, LONG ACRE, LONDON. This Association, formed by some Members of the Civil Service Supply Association, for their friends and others who are excluded, by recent regulations, from the older Society, is now open. Its object is to obtain, on the Co-operative principle, unadul- terated ARTICLES OF DOMESTIC CONSUMPTION, Wines, Fancy Goods, Ladies Clothing, &c., at the lowest cost. Its system is the same as that of the two great Civil Service Associations which are so eminently successful: all nrofits Class finwnsm nf Management and 5 per cent. on Capital) being applicable to reduc- tion of prices, lor Tickets, Price Lists, &c., apply to the SECRE- TARY at the above Address. NCUBATORS, WARRANTED TO HATCH ALL KINDS OF JL EGGS. Easily Managed, Perfectly Safe, Clean and Pretty. Complete for Pigeons, Canaries, and Small Birds 7s. 6d. Game, Poultry, and Waterfowl, Os. to £10. F. W. SALMON, Patentee, Avenue Villa, Bishopton, Stratford-on-Avon. "They come as a boon and blessing to men, The Pickwick, the Owl, and the Waverley Pen." "J AAA NEWSPAPERS RECOMMEND THEM. For their JLUUU Niimes see Graphic 13th January, 1872. Sold by every respectable Stationer in the World. Sample Box by Post 1/1 MACNIVEN & CAMERON, 23, Blair-street, Edinburgh. The only POTATO that resists Disease. SUTTON'S RED SKIN FLOUR BALL, without exception the k3 best cooking and heaviest cropping late POTATO in cultiva- tion. Lowest price per Sack and Ton (Carriage Free) on applica- tion. Complete descriptive List of Seeds gratis and post free, SOUTTN & SONS, Royal Berks Seed Establishment, Reading.* 137 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 I Willianisl,3 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, from the sole Manufacturer, J. Davies, Chemist, Swansea. 152 CHLORALUM, A SAFE ODOURLESS, NON-POISONOUS DISINFECTANT. THE SALINE ANTISEPTIC. HARMLESS AS COMMON SAuro tCHLORALUM arrests decomposition in Meat, Milk, Fish, and J othcr edible substances. c HLORALUIVI removes Bad Smells and Purifies the Air. CHLORALUM for SMALLPOX. IILORALUAI for TYPHOID FEVER. UHLORALUM for FEVE (nWRALUM forSICK ROoMs. V J UHLORALUM for-GENERAL USE. f | UIE BOARD of TRADE have decided to substitute X CHLORALUM for the Solution of Chloride of Zinc, at pre- sent included in the scale of medicines and medical stores issued, and caused to be published by this Board in pursuance of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1867." ^THLORALUM for SANITARY PURPOSES! ^JfiLORALUM for SEWERS. ^JHLORAEUM for URINALS. ^HLORALUM for CESSPOOLS. ZTITLORALUM. K.J 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 od( ur 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 COIre 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." (JHLORALUM to DISINFECT EXCRETA. V7 ^JHLORALUS for all FEVERS. 0HLORALUM 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 fcetor 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. ^jHLORALUM DEODORISES? QHLORALIJM Is HARMLESS. ^JHLORALUM in FEVERS < iHLORALUM can be relied on by horsemen in wounds and in* V 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. V y CI HLORALUM is sold in quarts, 2s. pints, Is. half-pint, 6d. J By the gallon, 5s. In large quantities by special contract, at greatly reduced prices. ^TH LOR ALUM POWDER^ t HLORALUM POWDER is HARMLESS. -= HLORALUM POWDER.—The Best Sttble Chlo- V ralum Powder will be found invaluable in Hospitals. Cowsheds. Close and Ill-ventilated Apart- Alleys and Roads. ments. Sewers and Gulleyholcs. Earth Closets. In the Dairy and all kinds o* ments. Sewers and Gulleyholcs. Earth Closets. In the Dairy and all kinds of Dustbins. Provision Stores. Wine and Beer Cellars. In the Kennel and in Poultry Stables. 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 for the disagreeable 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 bec" a uniform high strength and cheapness. Sample casks. 1 cwt., for 15s., and in 6d. and Is. packages. c HLORALUM WOOL. ^liDORALCM WOOL in SURGERY. HLORALUM WOOL.-Tlie Styptic and Antiseptic Surgical '1 Dressing. In pound and half-pound packages, at 6s. per pound. I ,HLORALUM-W ADDING. V CHLORALUM WADDING is used extensively as a disinfec- tant in coffins. A dead body when covered with Chloralum Wool cannot convey infection. Price 2s. 6d. a sheet. ^HLORALUM for TYPHOID FEVER. C HLORALUM for SMALLPOX. 0HLORALUM is SOLD by all CHEMISTS. HLORALUM CO., c 1 and 2, Great Winchester-street-buildings, E.C. 114 11 MPOPTANT TO LADIES- DAVIES'S TONIC PILLS are the only safe and certain remedy for females suffering from General Debility, Nervousness, GiddI- ness, with a dull and heavy pain in the head; Fatigue, Pal pita- tion, andshortness of breath on the least exertion, Depression of Spirits, Want of Appetite, Indigestion, Pain in the Back, FlatH- lence, Swelling of the Feet, Constipation, and all irregularities. In boxes Is. lid. and 2s. 9d. each. Of all Chemists, or post free from the proprietor, M. P. Davies, Chemist, Tenby. 268 LIFE PRESERVERS.—Infant Life protected and secured against the enemy, Death, by Mothers keeping in the house a packet of "DAME EUROPA'S INFANT LIFN PRESERVERS." Once tried always used. TEKTIUNO, Small-pox> Scarlatina, Measles, &c., meet with a ready relief, if the "EU* ROPA POWDERS" are used. Mothers, try them, and publish their effect. Dame Europa's Infant Life Preservers" arc pre- pared only by the Inventor, B. A. GEORGE, Family Chemist Pentre, Pontypridd and sold in packets, at Is. lid., and 2s. 9d. each, by every chemist in the world. May be had post free from Inventor for 14 or 34 stamps. Wholesale W. Mather, London and Manchester, and Barclay & Sons. Agent in Cardiff, Coleman, chemist. 1 NOTICE. 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