CONVICTION FOR SENDING CHILDREN TO A NONCONFORMIST SCHOOL. The West Cornwall magistrates, sitting at Penzance, have, for the third time, fined a father, in gradually in- creasing penalties, for not sending his children to school. The third time, however, it was proved that the child is in regular attendance at a sch ol of the father's Selection, but the prosecutor urged that the Church school at Gulval was the only one recognised by the School Board, and therefore the parent was fined, he expressing his unconquerable determination not to send his children to Church schools.
EXCITING SCENE AT A FIRE. On Saturday, between four and five o'clock, as a police-constable was passing along his beat in Chiswell- street, Finsbury, he discovered that the premises of Mr. W. Cave, a gas-fitter, No. 10, was on fire. Having sent a messenger to Whitecross-street Station to call the engines, the constables aroused the inmates. Just lid the fire-engines arrived in front of the burning building a number of persons, children, and adults, made their appearance at one of the upper windows, and cried out piteously for help. Two of the brigade, Ball and Weldon, at once ran back and procured an ad- ditional couple of ladders, and the firemen succeeded in bringing down in safety the whole of the inmates, amidst the cheers and applause of the bystanders. All this work took place before the nearest fire-escape had time to arrive. The engines were called into operation, but the flames could not be subdued until the costly stock-in-trade on the ground-fioor and the upper part of the building was partially destroyed. The origin of the fire is unknown.
THE LATE LORD MAYO. The following letter puts on record the high opinion his colleagues entertained of the late Lord Mayo:— "London, April 11, 1872. Dear Lady Mayo,—We, the late colleagues of Lord Mayo, bound to him by the ties of friendship as well as political regard, while we will- not presume to obtrude upon you topics of consolation in your terrible bereave- ment, request permission to offer you this tribute of our heartfelt sympathy. The whole nation has recognised with sorrow and admiring respect those qualities of the man and states- man which endeared him to us, and which we so warmly appreciated; but while we unite with it in doing honour to his genial virtues, eminent talents and distinguished' 8 :rvices, allow us to add the expression of that deeper feeling with which the private grief of one who adorned his home and cheered his life, so profoundly aff-cts us.— Believe us ever, dear Lady Mayo, your faithful friends and servants, B. Disraeli, Richmond, Marlborough, Derby, George AVard Hunt, Gathorne Hardy, H. Corry, John S. Pakington, J. 117ilson Patten, John Manners, Stafford H. Northcote, Cairns; Buckingham and Chandos, Malmesbury. The Countess of Mayo.
DEATH OF THE EARL OF BRECON. We regret to have to announce the death of the Marquis of Camden, who was seized with a fit on Thurs- day last, at his residence in Eaton-square, from which he never rallied, but died about eight o'clock on Satur- day morning. Tha late John Charles Pratt, Marquis and Earl of Camden, was Earl of Brecknock in Wales Viscount Bayham, of Bayham Abbey, county of Sussex; and Baron Camden, of Camden-house, county Kent, in the peerage of the United Kingdom. He was the eldest son of Grcjorge Charles, second marquis, by his wife Harriet, eldest daughter of the Bight Rev. George Murray, Lord Bishop of Rochester. He was born June 30, 1840, and was educated at Trinity College, Cam- bridge. From February, 1866, until he succeeded to the Marquisate on the death of his father, in August that year, he represented Brecknock in the House of Com- mons. His lordship married July 12, 1866, Lady Clementine Augusta, enly daughter of George, fifth Duke of Marlborough, by his second wife, the Hon. Charlotte Augasta, only daughter of Viscount Ashbrook, by whom he has had issue several children, but only two survive their father, namely, a daughter born Aug., 1870, and a son (who succeeds to the title), born on the 8th of January this year.
TAE DEFECTIVE EDUCATION ACT. The London School Board, says the Pall Mall Gazette, have at last been forced to take administrative cognisance of a defect in the Elementary Education Aet, which has probably already attracted the attention of those who have carefully studied the measure. This defect lies in the absence of any summary provisions for enabling school boards to recover fees from the parents of children attending the Board schools. A school board may make a by-law compelling parents to send their children to school, and on the refusal or neglect of the former to obey the by-law, they may be summoned before a justice and find in any sum not exceeding 5s., costs included, which the court in its discretion may impose. They may also remit the fees for any parents who are unable from poverty to pay them but the Act supplies no means of dealing with those parents who can pay, but will not; and con- sidering that those who have only been induced by a fine, or the threat of a fine, to send their children to school will be naturally unwilling to bear the expense of their enforced education, this difficulty threatens to be a serious one. The statutory powers of the Board are, however, exhausted when they have compelled the parent to send his child t school, and they are left to their own resources to secure the payment of the fees. Under these circumstances the only courses open to a school board appear to be either that suggested by Mr. McGregor-to exclude the child from the school, which is exactly what the parent wishes to be done, and which, whatever its merits, is certainly not an effective means of carrying out compulsory education; or else to admit the child and resort to the ordinary method for the recovery of small debts—a summons in the county court. Several causes concur to render this method of enforcing payment a very unpromising one, more es- pecially in the country districts, where the feeling is sure to be the strongest against the compulsory pro- visions of the Act. This, however, seems to be the only course by which a school board could even attempt the enforcement of the law which they have to ad- minister and if the Act is to be made practically operative, a short amending Act, conferring ttpon the school boards summary powers of summoning parents for school fees cannot too soon be passed.
THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION AT VIENNA.—The Queen has appointed a Royal Commission to advise upon the best mode by which the United Kingdom, its colonies and dependencies, may be represented at the International Exhibition at Vienna in 1873, and that the Prince of Wales, the British Ambassador at Vienna, the Lord President of the Council, Earl Cowper, Lord Henry Lennox, Lord Acton, and Mr. Henry Arthur Brassey have been named Commissioners, with Mr. Philip Cunliffe Owen as Secretary. 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. Hade simply with Boiling Water or Milk. Each packet is labelled JAMES.EPPS & Co., Homoeopathic Chemists, London." Also, makers of Epps's Cacaoine, a thin beverage for evening use. 320 KERNICK'S DANDELION COFFEE, refreshing, healthy, and much ap- proved, is a most valuable beverage for preserving a healthy con- dition of the liver and stomach, and as an aid to more potent medicines. In canisters at 6d., 10d., and Is. 6d. each. Shop- keepers may be supplied by the proprietor, or the following whole sale agents :—Leonard and Robinson, Bristol; Clutterbuck and Griffin, Bristol; Hugh Bevan, wholesale grocer, Bridgend Ivy and Davies, eommission agents, Swansea. 180 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 wiil:lams,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 Efmuine. Sold by most Chemists at 9id., Is. ljd., and 2s. 9d. pex box, or by post for 14 and 34 stamps, from the sole Manufacturer J Davies, Chemist, Swansea. 162
MONEY MARKET.-MONDAY. There was very little business transacted to-day, calling for notice, and stocks remained firm. The feeling of se- curity which the probable settlement of the American question induced has given place to doubt, and to this cause may be attributed the unimportance of transactions generally. ———
BRISTOL STOCK EXCHANGE.—YESTERDAY. LOCAL AND MISCELII VNEOUS STOCK. Share. Company. Amt. Paid. Prices. Stock Bristol and Eieter ZCIOO ..106 107 Stock Do. 4 per Cent. Preference — 92 94 Ditto, 5 p.c. Rent Charge.. ..116 118 Stack Monmouthshire Rail. & Canal 100 ..113 115 100 Do. 5 per Cent. Preference 100 ..107 108 Do. £ 10 Shares 5 ij If Stock Rhymney 100 73 75 Stock South Devon 100 70 72 Stock Taff Yale 100 ..165 167 10 Do. £ 10 Shares, Class C 6 4J 4J Stoek West Cornwall 100 77 79 10 Avonside Engine 7 2t 2 10 Bristol City Hotel 10 3% 3§ 147.9.0 Bristol Dock Shares 147.9.0.. 83 89 xd. Stock Bristol United Gas 100 19i 194 10 Bristol College Green Hotel 10 12 12 £ 25 Bristol Commercial Rooms 25 14 15 200 Bristol Steam Navigation 130 8 8g 20 Bristol Waggon Works 10 1 dis. par. 25 Bristol Water Works 25 50 51 10 B. & S. Wales Rail. Waggon 5 1£ If 10 Clifton Suspension Bridge.. 10 6:t 7i 10 Clifton Hotel 10 11J 12 100 London & South West. Bank 20 7" 6 dis. 10 Western Waggon 10 7J 8 20 West of England and South Wales District Bank 15 20.1
CORK BUTTER MARKET.-MONDAY. Ordinary firsts, 125s; seconds, 114s; thirds, 90s; fourths, 65s fifths, 43s sixths, 32s Mild cured-Firsts, 131s; seconds, 114s thirds, 110s. In market 1,150 firkins. ————
LONDON CATTLE MARKET.-MONDAY. Twenty-eight Islington cattle. About 2500 beasts were offered, including 101 from Aberdeen. Trade was firm and prices tending upwards, the best occasionally making 5s 8d general top, 5s Gd per 81bs. About 22,000 sheep; demand active prices rather higher; best Downs, 5s lOd to 6s. Lambs, 8s per 81bs. Calves steady.
CARDIFF. WEST BUTE DOCK ARRIVAL.—MAY 4. Brothers, Silk, Bridgwater, wheat, 49 EAST BUTE DOCK ARRIVAL.—MAY 4. Upton (s), Browning, Newport, ballast, 494 EAST BUTE DOCK ARRIVALS.—MAY 5. Bromsgrove (s), Hodgson, Southampton, ballast, 427 Llandaff (s), Dickson, Bilboa. ballast, 258 Princess Alexandra (s), Wheeler, Swansea, general, 420 Hawthorns (s), Sinclair, Hamburgh, ballast, 575 G-LAMORGAN CANAL ARRIVAL.—MAY 4. Enid, Hughes, Bristol, general, 57 PENARTH DOCK ARRIVALS.—MAY 4. William and Ann, Hewitt, Penzance, ballast, 55 Arab, Hall, Penzance, ballast, 98 Melanira, Ninas, Gweek, ballast, 101 Vigilant, Cock, Hayle, ballast, 95 Jasper, Richards, Gweek, ballast, 92 English Maid, Quick, Hayle, ballast, 119 Iron Duke (s), Terrell, Bristol, b&llast, 90 John (s), Thomas, Bristol, ballast, 92 Marquis (s), Windows, Bristol, light, 68 Eliza and Mary, McDonald, Bristol, light, 53 Maria, Cruishanks, Dartmouth, ballast, 163 John (s), Thomas. Bristol, light, 92 Princess Royal (s), Latham, Swansea, windbound, 68 PENARTH DOCK ARRIVALS.—MAY 5. Isabel (s), Trottel, Caen, light, 205 Reconnassance, Shovelong, Brest, ballast, 66 Enterprise (s), Everrett, Bristol, light, 70 VESSELS CLEARED.—MAY 6. St. Nazaire, Bwllfa (s), B, 926 coal, Bwllfa Coal Co Hamburg, Hawthorns (s), B, 900 coal, Powell's Duffryn Malta, Basingstoke (s), B, 750 coal, Powell's Duffryn Constantinople, Lorrento (s), B, 1000 coal, H. Worms Dieppe, Bellona (s), B, 490 coal, Ccry Bros St. Malo, Auguste Marie, F, 85 coal, Morel and Co An II de Re, Granvallaise, F, 100 coal, Morel and Co St. Nazaire, Delphine Elise, F, 138 coal, Goddard Point de Galle, Geerges, F, 655 patent fuel. H. Worms Brest, Elizabeth Arthur, F, 150 coal, H. Worms Barcelona, Ragione, Itly, 850 coal, Powell's Duffryn Genoa, Nina Matilde, Itly, 1100 coal, Morteo and Penco Monte Video, Carlotta, Itly, 853 coal, Cory Bros Bordeaux, Porto Rcio, Itly, 340 coal, H. Worms Civitta Vecchia, Arcangelo, Itly, 410 patent fuel, Tinel and Co, 7 crates earthenware, Primavesi Civita Vecchia, Bianca Salvatore, 450 patent fuel, Tinel Constantinople, Peppina Luigia, Aus, 522 coal, H. Worms, 7 crates earthenware, Primavesi Odessa, Michele Vercetich (s), Aus, 1050 coal, Ocean Co Santander, Elina, Spn, 479 coal, G. Hancock Pensacola, John G. Chase. U.S., 974 rail, Rhymney Co ENTERED OUTWARDS.—MAY 6. St. Nazaire, Bwllfa, (s), B, 515, Rees, Bwllfa Coal Co Hamburg, Hawthorne, (s), B, 575, Sinclair, Nixon & Co Dedeagh, Upton, (s), B, 494, Brown, Marychurch & Co Malta, Basingstoke, (s), B, 419, Orme, Marychurch & Co Malta, Scicluna, B, 339, Beringo, J. H. Wilson Anger, Fairleader, B, 473, Hookes, R." W. Parry & Co Villaneuva, Allegro, B, 93, Odger, R. W. Parry & Co Cadiz, Maria, B, 161, Cruickshank, Davies Jones & Co Rochefort, Llandatf, (s), B, 258, Dickson, J. H. Wilson St Malo, Lucinda, B, 59, Morrisey, Morel & Co Monte Video Jules de Rontarmay, F, 443, Foumier, Msrtin Marquand & Co Caen, Isabel, (s), F, 19i Trotel, Powell's Duffryn Genoa, Nina Matilda, Tty, 631, Ferran, Decandia & Co Hong Kong, Maasnymph, Hoi, 1177, Vogelsant, Worms Quebec, Hercules, Ger, 456, Kruger, Jones, Hoard & Co Callao, Guldregn, Ny, 700, Andwond, E. C. Downing
NEWPORT. VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARDS.—MAY 6. King George's Sound, Talbot, B, 822, Simon, Beynon & Co Rio Grande. Neptune, Maglely, John Moses Villa Rivera, Joseph, B, 115, Wilding, Jones Bros VESSELS CLEARED.—MAY 6. Mollendo, Glen Tilt, B, 1157 iron, 59 fish plates, Ebbw Vale Iron Co 60 bolts and spikes, Patent Nut Co St. Carlos, Rose, F. 17 coal, G. W. Jones & Co Riga. Ouse (s). 850 iron, Nantyglo & Blaina Iron Co Bordeaux, Boobat, F, 130 coal, Powell's Duffryn
SHIPPING AND MAIL NEWS". NEW YORK, Sunday.—The Inman City of Washington and the White Star Baltic, arrived out. HALIFAX, Sunday.—The Allan steamer Caspian arrived out. DARTMOUTH, Monday.—The steamer Marc Anthony. from Cape of Good Hope, arrived last evening and landed mails. LIVERPOOL, Monday. — The African mail steamer Calaban arrived in the Mersey. HURST CASTLE, Monday.—The North German steamer Ohio, from Baltimore, passed by this afternoon. SOUTHAMPTON, Monday.—The North German Lloyd's steamer Ohio, arrived from Baltimore at three this afternoon. QUEENSTOWN, Monday.—The Cunard steamer Abys- sinia, arrived from New York at half-past four this after- noon, with 289,000 dollars specie. The Inman steamer City of Paris, arrived from New York at 11.10 this morning. Specie, 480,803 dollars.
A deputation of science teachers waited on Ali- Forster, at the Education Office, on Saturday, to lay be. fore him certain grievances in the system of payment by results, and the mode of examination adopted by the Education Department. In reply, Mr. Forster said the science classes would come under the notice of the Commission sitting, and the Government would give the whole subject a most careful consideration.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.—Nervousnes ■ Mid Want of Energy.—When first the nerves feel unstrung, and listlessness supplants energy, the time has come to take some such alterative as Holloway's Pills to restrain a disorder from developing itself into a disease. These excellent Pills correct all irregularities and weaknesses. They act so kindly, yet so lenergetical!y on the functions of digestion and assimilation, that the whole body is revived, the blood rendered richer and purer, while the muscles become firmer and stronger and the nervous and absorbent systems are invigorated. Thess Pills are suitable for all classes and all ages. They have a most marvellous effect on persons who are out of condition they soon rectify whatever is in fault, restore strength to the body and con- fidence to the mind. 1 OOTS BOOTS!! BOOTS! Cheapest, Best, and in greatest variety at OSBORNE'S, i OSBORNE HOUSE. DUKE-STREET. CARDIFF. 168 ESTIMATES required for Bell Hanging, Eaves, Troughing, Smiths and Tin Work in general may be obtained by applying to THOMAS T R I S T, FURNISHING AND GENERAL IRONMONGER, DUKE STREET, CARDIFF. Farmers, Gardeners, and Carpenters' Tools. Genuine Lamp Oils, as sanctioned by the Board of Trade. 186 THE COMING SEASON. LAWN MOWERS, GARDEN ROLLERS, GARDEN SEATS, TABLES, Galvanised Wire Netting, Croquet Netting, Indiarubber Hose and Brass Fittings, Watering Pots, and every other requisite for the Lawn or Garden in great variety. The Largest Stock of BATHS, TRAVELLING BOXES, AND JAPAN GOODS in South Wales to select from. CROSS BROTHERS, SAINT MARY STREET, CARDIFF. 968 SOUTH WALES STEAM DYEING COM- PANY. SILK, CLOTH, AND FURNITURE DYERS, CLEANERS, &c., 99, COMMERCIAL STREET, NEWPORT. m, SILK DRESSES PRINTED TO IMITATE BROCADING. G. MAYBERY, MANAGER. 597 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 ocated joints, &c., should take such patients without delay to PEDLER'S HOSPITAL, Where remarkable cures are effected daily. Umbrellas made to order, re-covered, and repaired. Gents' Walking Sticks and Canes mounted, polished, and feruled. All work done on the premises, with despatch, on the most moderate terms. First-class workmanship guaranteed. Observe the Address W. PEDLER, late 18, Quay-street, removed to 12, ROYAL ARCADE, CARDIFF. 116 RITISH WORKMAN PUBLIC HOUSES ARE NOW OPEN AT 40, MILLICENT STREET, & 85, BUTE STREET AND OPPOSi™ THEhpOST OFFICE, PENARTH. A public-house without the drink, Where you may sit, talk, read, and think, Then safely home return." REFRESHMENTS AT MODERATE CHARGES. Beds 6d. per night, or 3s. per week. 366 YORKSHIRE RELISH. JL The most DELICIOUS SAUCE in the WORLD to CHOPS, STEAKS, FISH, &c. Sold by all Grocers and Oilmen in Bottles 6d., Is., and 2s. each. Trade mark—Willow- pattern plate. PROPRIETORS-GOODALL, BACKHOUSE & CO., LEEDS. 616 PARSONS, FLETCHER & CO.'S INDIAN JL STARCH. Trade Mark—AN ELEPHANT. AltSONS, FLETCHER & CO.'S INDIAN STARCH for Purity JL and Beauty of Colour. PARSONS, FLETCHER & CO.'S INDIAN STARCH foi LaceS, Muslins, &c., &c. P-. ARSONS, E'LETCHER & CO.'S INDIAN STARCH will not P adhere to the iron. AP,SONS, FLETCHER & O.'S INDIAN STARCH will retain p its stiffness in the dampest weather. PARSONS, FLETCHER & CO.'S INDIAN STARCH~ is"highly recommended to Laundresses. ARSONS, FLETCHER & CO.'S INDIAN STARCH. The P increased demand is proof of its excellence. ARSON, FLETCHER & CO.'S INDIAN~STARCH is packed J, J, and lib. packets, also in boxes, and in 51b. papers. ORKS-G.RAVEL-LANE, SOUTHWARK, LONDON. W MAY RK HAD EVHRYWHBRK. 111 MR. PETER PRICE, -LTjL CARDIFF AGENT TO THE SCOTTISH WIDOWS' FUND. Accumulated Fund £ 5,200,000 Annual Income 630,000 Annual Premium Revenue. 376,386 "A purely Mutual Company, very economically managed, and having an Accumulated Fund eight times as large as its premium revenue, is the ideal Company for an insurer."—Saturday Review, Oct. 2, 1869. The Scottish Widows' is "purely Mutual very economically managed," and as the above statement shows the Accumulated Fund is tioelve times the amount of its Premium Revenue. The balance sheets and information which Mr. Cave's Bill com- pels Life Assurance Offices to publish, have been voluntarily pub- lished by the Scottish Widows' Society since 1825, and may he obtained of Mr. Peter Price, 3, Crockherbtown, Cardiff. 106 Tfc/fTR. THOS. WEBBER, HOUSE & ESTATE J3JL OFFICES, 32, ROYAL ARCADE, CARDIFF, desires the attention of his friends and the general public to the following an- nouncements :—■ FIRE INSURANCES effected on Property from Is. 6d. per cent. ACCIDENTAL AND GUARANTEE INSURANCES. S LCKNESS INSURANCES AND ENDOWMENTS. IFE ASSURANCE in all its branches. Mutual Assurance LIFE ASSURANCE in all its branches. Mutual Assurance without any additional liability, making the amount assured payable in life time without extra payment. MONEY LENT on MORTGAGE at 5 per cent., or on PER- SONAL SECURITY at Special Rates to include Life As- surance, repayable by instalments. GOOD AGENTS WANTED for a first-class Mutual Life Office in all in South Wales where not fully represented. Apply as above to THOS. WEBBER, F.R.S.L., District Manager. N.B.—Caution.—The present time being favourable to various shallow schemes, T.W. would add, for the assurance of the public, that he represents only first-class offices. Prospectuses on ap- plication. 562 MR. JOHN SAMUEL (late of Neath), Successor to Mr. ROCHE, AUCTION MART, CHURCH-STREET, CARDIFF, AUCTIONEER, ACCOUNTANT, HOUSE AND ESTATE, INSURANCE, and GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT. Drapers' and Outfitters' Stocks Valued, and Businesses Trans- ferred. Agent for the Standard Life Assurance Company. Law Fire Insurance Company, and Norwich and London Accident and Casualty and Plate Glass Insurance Company. 582 CARDIFF PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY. TRUSTEES WM. ALEXANDER, Esq., CHAS. W. DAVID, Esq., CHARLES H. WILLIAMS, Esq. j (MAYOR OF CARDIFF.) The Directors beg to announce that the following Agents to the Society have been appointed, viz.:— FOR MERTHYR, ABERDARE, AND TROEDYRHIEW. Mr. DAVID EVANS, Auctioneer, Merthyr and Aberdare. FOR PONTYPRIDD AND THE RHONDDA VALLEY. Mr. D. T. ALEXANDER, Auctioneer & Accountant, Pontypridd. FOR BRIDGEND. MAESTEG, AND OGMORE VALLEY. Mr. WILLIAM GLADDISII, Grocer, Dunraven-place, Bridgend. FOR WALNUT TREE BRIDGE, TAFFS WELL, MELIN- GRIFFITH, AND PENTYRCH. Mr. W. EVANS, Junction Shop, Walnut Tree Bridge. SUMS FROM Y-50 TO oelOOO READY TO BE ADVANCED AT ANY TIME. Apply to any of the above Agents, or to the undersigned, PETER PRICE, Secretary. Dated, Society's Office, 3, Crockherbtown, Cardiff. 967 PRINCIPALITY PERMANENT BENEFIT JL BUILDING SOCIETY. ESTABLISHED 1860. OFFICE 8, ROYAL ARCADE CARDIFF. This is the OLDEST & CHEAPEST SOCIETY in the neighbourhood. DECLARATION OF BONUS:— INVESTORS have realised nearly 12 PER CENT. PER ANNUM having been paid more than £30 as Bonus. BORROWERS who have made their full repayments have been paid so large an amount of Bonus as to REDUCE their interest to 3t per cent. per annum. DEPOSITS are taken, for which 5 per cent. per annum interest is paidwithollt deductions. Shares may be taken and Deposits made dally, at the Office as above. 350 WM. SANDERS, Secretary. TO THE LADIES. rjlHOMSON'S pAGODA." r jlHOMSON'S UTOMATIC." JL rjlHOMSON'S J yUPLEX." ■'JLHOMSON'S f^IMPRESS." CRINOLINES. rJlHOMSON'S ^JNBREAKABLE." -L CORSET BUSKS. rjjllOMSON'S QLOVE-FITTING." ( CORSETS. The best Manufactured, always stamped with the "NAME," and Trade Mark a CROWN." Novelties for the Spring now ready. MECHI'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 MECHI'S, 112, Regent-street, W. Illustrated cata- logues post free. Established 1827. City prices charged for cash. N. B. -.Ifr. Mechi or his Son attends personally daily. THE "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., 63, Fleet-street, London, and Manchester. AKER & CRISP'S Patterns sent free by sending this Adver- ) tisement with Address. All the New Spring Cambrics, Piques, Fancy Dresses, White Piques, &c., from 3/11 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. THE CHOW-CHOW CASE, designed by "the Old Shekarry," 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. Jaines's-street, and 66, Jeriiiyn-strect, London, W. QEWING MACHINES, Five Prize Medals. TAYLOR'S PA- IO TENT MACHINES (Lock Stitch) contains important im- provements over all others. Price from £ 4 4s. Lists and Testi- monials Free. Agents Wanted. Taylor's Sewing Machine Co., Driffield, and Holborn Viaduct, London, E.C. ILLIARD TABLES.—THURSTON & CO., Billiard Table Maliu- ) 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. XXIELBY PUGIN'S GOTHIC FURNITURE.—Furniture similar VV to that supplied to the GRANVILLE HOTEL can be ob- tained on application to Mr. MORLEY, South Eastern Works, St. Laurence, Thanet. SOVEREIGN 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. ~WJ ALKER'S CRYSTAL CASE WATCHES are superseding al YV others. Prize Medals, London 1862, Paris 1807. Silver from £6 6s., Gold from £ 15 15s. 63, Comhill, E.C., 230, Regent- street, W., and 76, Strand, W.C. Descriptive Pamphlet free. RIMMEL'S PHOTOCHROME, a NEW POMMADE to change grey hair and beard to their original colour, far superior to dyes or so-called hair restorers. Price 3/6. 96, Strand, 123, Re- gent-street, 24, Cornhill. Sold by all Perfumers. -\OUNT ST. GERMAINS Celebrated LIFE TEA, used pure or Vy mixed with sther tea, regulates the system, improves the digestion, braces the nerves, prevents diseases, and promotes lon- gevity. Price Is. per canister. Sold by all Chemists. Q j £ V MILNER'S STRONG HOLDFAST & FIRE-RESISTING /j Y (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 Buoks, 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. MILNBR'S Pmmnx SAFE WORKS, LIVERPOOL. Depots Liverpool, Manchester, Sheffield, Leeds, Hull. London Depot: 47a, Moorgate-street, City, near the Bank of_Engla.nd._Particulars, sizes, prices, post free. "1 ft 7 ROUGHT IRON TUBES of every description for STEAM, YY GAS, WATER, &c., Sc. TAUNTON, KESTERTON, and HAYWARD, Star Tube Works, Birmingham. iTl^AFEatulSURE''STEAMBO[LER-SAFi;TV, 'l^OXOMY FETY, ECONOMY k.5 of FUEL and SPACE, absence of Priming, and simplicity of Repairs. PATENT STEAM BOILER CO., Henage-street, Birmingham. ASPHALTE ROOFING FELT. ONE PENNY per square foot. CROGGON & CO., MANUFACTURERS, Albion 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 Z4 Wales, Scotland, and Ireland. T) ORWICIv'S Gold Medal BAKING POWDER makes Puddings, JD Pies, and Tarts, sweet and wholesome. IEBIG COMPANY'S OF niakes-excellellt BEEF-TEA for 2Jd. 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 Sauces 0 0 6d. each. RIBBONS, JUDSON'S DYES.—18 Colors, 6d. ea(:h.RiBBONS,v (J()L 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 MUCKS.—F. W. BARROWS, Great Bridge, Tipton, Staffordshire, Manufacturer of Blue, Red, and Brown Bricks Tiles, Quarries, Blue and Chequered Paving, Stable Clinkers; Copings and Crestjngs, TNCUBATORS, WARRANTED TO HATCH ALL KINDS OF I EGGS. Easily Managed, Perfectly Safe, Clean and Pretty. Complete for Pigeons, Canaries, and Small Birds 7s. 6d Game, Poultry, and Waterfowl, 20s. to elo. F. W, SALMON, Patentee, Avenue Villa, Bishopton, Stratford-on-Avon. BRASS, REED, STRING, AND DRUM AND FIFE BANDS. Musical Instruments of every description the best and cheapest, to be had of J. MOORE, Buxton-road, Huddcrsfield. Bands supplied at wholesale prices. Old instruments bought or taken in exchange. Patterns, prices and testimonials post free. Music for any kind of band. Patronised by the Army, Navy Rifle Corps and Principal Professional and Amateur Bands of the United Kingdom. Pianofortes, Harmoniums and Harps by the best makers. LEANLINESS.-W. G. NIXEY'S Refined BLACK LEAD sold c everywhere by all Shopkeepers. CLEANLINESS.—W. G. NIXEY'S Refined BLACK LEAD for polishing stoves, &c., equal to burnished steel, without waste or dust. WG. NIXEY'S Refined BLACK LEAD,—" Cleanliness."— a The proprietor begs te CAUTION the public against being imposed upon by unprincipled tradesmen, who, with a view of deriving greater profit, are manufacturing and vending SPURI- OUS IMITATIONS of the above article.—Ask .for W. G. NIXEY'S 's OUS IMITATIONS of the above article.—Ask .for W. G. NIXEY'S BLACK LE,&D, and see that you have it. 12, Soho Square, London, W. OAKEY & SON'S EMERY and' 1SI.ACK LEAD MILLS, Blackfriars Road, London, S. qj Blackfriars Road, London, S. OAKEY'S SILVERSMITHS' SOAP (nonmeroural), for Clean- ing and Polishing Silver, ^Electroplate, Plate Glass, Marble &-c. Tablets 6d. OAKEY' Wellington KNIFE POLISH Packets 3d. each tins 6d., Is., 2s. 6d. and 4s. each. ^AKEY'S Indiarubber KNIFE BOARDS, from Is. ûd. each. OAKEY'S GOODS SOLD Everywhere by Ironmongers, Oilmen Grocers, Brushmakers, Druggists, &c. W. H. ATKINSON'S CHAMPION PLATE POLISH, is only Sixpence a Box. c Sold everywhere by Chemists, Ironmongers, Grocers, &c. YBATMAN'S YEAST POWDER, superior to BAKING POW- DER or YEAST, adopted by Her Majesty's Government and used in tier Aiajesty's Kitchen. CHEAP JEWELLERY.—Shopkeepers and Hawkers will (ina best assortment and lowest prices at MILLINGTON'S 12 Houndsditch, E.C. Gilt and Vulcanite Jewellery, Clocks Watches' Musical Boxes, Cutlery, Combs, Spectacles, Pens, Pipes, Purses, E.P. Goods. Catalogues free. Establishad 1857. GEORGE PRICE'S PATENT (Prize Medal, 1862), FIRE and BURGLAR PROOF BOOK and PLATE SAFES are the best and cheapest in the trade.—GEORGE PRICE, Cleveland Safe and Lock Works, Wolverhampton. CHUBB'S Patent SAFES and Strong-Room DOORS, to resist Wedges, Drills, and Fire. List of prices free.—CHUBB and SON, Makers to the Bank of England, 57, St. Paul's, London, Manchester, Liverpool, and Wolverhampton. 137 GEORGE'S PILE AND GRAVEL PILLS 1 VJT are now recognised by all, as being THE BEST MEDICINE YET DISCOVERED FOR PILE AND GRAVEL, as well as for the following pains :—Pain in the Back, Flatulency, Griping, Colic, a sense of weight in the Back and Loins, Dai'A1!? Pains in the region of the Heart, Liver, and Kidneys, Pains in Thighs, Suppression and Retention of Urine, Pains in the Stomach, AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS. The Proprietor has received upwards of two thousand TastifflO nials in favour of these Pills. Send a halfpenny stamp for important List of Testimonials from Doctors, Chemists, and W valids from all parts of the country. d Sold by all Chemists, in boxes Is. 11:1., and 2s. 9d. each, all may be had from the PROPRIETOR, J. E. GEORGE, M.R.P.S., HFPWAIN, GLAMOr,610* For Is. 4d., and 3s. in Stamps. S May be had WHOLESALE from most Patent Medicine Warehouses in London, Bristol, and Liverpool. 153 LIFE PRESERVERS.—Infant Life protected and secured against the enemy, Death, by Mothers keeping in the house a packet of "DAME EUROPA'S INFANT PRESERVERS." Once tried always used. TEETHING, Sillall-po.1, Scarlatina, Measles, &c., meet with a ready relief, if the ROPA POWDERS" are used. Mothers, try them, and Pu^ their effect. Dame Europa's Infant Life Preservers" are V™' pared only by the Inventor, B. A. GEORGE, Family ul od. ,I Pentre, Pontypridd and said in packets, at Is. and the each, by every chemist in the world. Mav be had posrt free from tn Inventor for 14 or 34 stamps. Wholesale W. Mather, Lonao and Manchester, and Barclay & Sons. Agent in Cardiff, ColeinaDi chemist. KAYE 'S~W O R s DELLT'"S PILL8,; For upwards of half-a-century KAYE'S WORSDELh' PILLS have been esteemed as the best remedy for the cure an prevention of disease. They render the doctor unnecessary the famity. Acting on the blood, thev purify it from all humours, reiiderinf the life-giving fluid healthy in its action, and consequently rest0' mg and establishing the health of the invalid. The propne1"* has in his possession hundreds of testimonials bearing wlt" to their efficacy. Out of many, the two following have selected :— Ballintemple, near Cork, Sept. 1, Jolm Kayo, Esq.—Dear Sir,—My wife has been suffering n'01" a very sore leg for nineteen years. During that time it has cos me over £ 120 for different doctors, some of whom gave her c» up as hopeless. She was rcduced to nearly a ske'eton. some of Kaye's Worsdell's Pills, and after she took about H3' worth of them she was completely cured, and is now in S°° health and quite strong. It is the most astonishing cure ev«« known in this neighbourhood. I shall recommend them v I can, to any person I hear complaining.—(Signed) JonH BbOWJj. The Agent at Redruth certifies to the truth of the follow"1^ case:— Sept. 4, "John Nicholls, of Illogau, near Redruth, Cornwall, suffei*" severely from burning pains in the stomach and difficulty 0 breathing. In consequence of this lie had to leave work for m;s weeks. He wan recommended to take Kaye's Worsdell's P"'s; Before he had taken one box, he was completely cured, result work, and is now again a strong, healthy map. He says he wu» never he without them. Th!, case can be authenticated by W". Corin. Sold by all Chemists, and ther Dealers in Patent Medicines, Is. lL 2s. 9d., and 4s. 6d. pl r box. 91" HEALTH SECURED BY THE USE O. DAVIES'S TONIC, APERIENT, AND LIVER PId which are a most efficient j emedy for persons suffering" from i!lt!' gestion, liver complaints, cot iveness, sickness, wind in the stomaC<]i lowness of spirits, singing i.oises in the ears, nervousness, P, tation of the heart, giddinesk, headache, piles, gravel tic doloreu*! &c. They may be taken with .safety at any season of the vear, require 110 confinement to tin. house; 011 the contrary, moderate excreise promotes their good effects. One trial will ansure their being registered as "The Family Pills," so ge>;tie is their act10,11' so certain their care. Sold in boxes at Is. 1V1 and 2s 9d. eac»- Prepared and sold by tho sole proprietor, Thomas Howell, Phal'j macoutical Chemist, Bute-street, Cardiff; and may be had of atl respectable chemists. Sent direct for 14 or 3(3 stain is. 1°9 E R NIC K' S V E U ETA BLiTp for HEADACHES, BILIOUS COMPLAINTS TION, COSTIVENESS, RHEUMATISM", or TIC-DOLORES; They are easy to swallow, being verv small rea";i-e no confine* ment indoors, strengthen the system, "and hav'> been tried by sands, who pronounce them to be the best meiJk'i»e in Testimonials from J. Balbimie, Esq., M.A., M.l>* Lecturer & "Physiology," author of "A Treatise on the Turkish Bath," J —"I have examined the pills known as 'Kernick's Vage'tablePi" I certify their composition to be purely vegetable; I We a's., tried their effect, and consider them one of the best 'aucrient p* for constipated habits that I know of,"—"6, Upper Church-strefi1' Bath. Dear Sir,—I have suffered greatly from indigestion, an" have derived great benefit from KERNICK'S Vegetable PillS,-YaC" truly, A. SYLVESTER." Prepared only by S. P. KEKVICK Man 178 turing Chemist, Cardiff. Sold in boxes at Is. lid. and 7Jd. KERNIOK'S VEGE'l'AnL WORM LOZENGES Are the most efficacious remedy ever introduced for Worms. ^1,ei may be taken by children of all ages with perfect saf'-tv and also useful for children of delicate stomachs and pale complexion Six,-A woman gave two of the lozenges for five MORNING and by so doing the child got rid of no less than eighty DANIEL MORGAN, Nelson." ° 40 "W. Harris, of Cefncoed; miner's child had gut rid of Illd worms in a week whilst taking a box of your worm ¡,0ug-esttfJl she has improved wonderfully in health since."—J-<o PRICE, cc 11, Merthyr. A customer of mine, a short time airo, bought a box of 3' to try their effect on his Ghild, who was very11 j The little boy got rid of forty large worms and so many sJ1l ones that they could not reckon them."—JAMES MEVMCK. From Mr. MORSAN, Pendarran.—"Send me 12 dozen of y<?l £ valuable worm lozenges; they are curing all the children i*tl,w neighbourhood. Prepared onlv by S. P. KERNICK, MANUFACTURING CHEMIST, DUKE-STREET, CARDIFF. 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