CARDIFF—ARRIVALS. I ROATH BASIN-Dee 16. Solent ss, 462, Taylor, Boulogne, ballast Scoresby as, 609, Fortune, Hull, ballast ROATH BASIN—Dec 17. Primus 88, 496, Harland, Dublin, ballast ROATH BASIN.—Dec 18. Olivia, 778, Evans, Quebec, wood goods Bromsgrove bb, 427, Hodgson Southampton,ballast Corinth ss, 182, Edwards, Sables d Oionne, barley & Stainsacre ss, 705, lindell, Gloucester ballast Black Swan ss. 411. Lawson, Rouen, ballast Crosbv ss, 1118, Hayes, Cork, ballast Callixene, 1336. Chubb, London James Malam as. 659, Payne, Bristol, ballast Lucie, 215, Persson, Bristol, light EAST BUTE DOCK-Dec 16. Baron Von Hartinsine, 480, Moller, Gunn's Dry Dock, light EABT BUTJ: Doclt-Dec 17. Colstrup so, 318, Hamon, Sables d'Olonne, general EAST BUT: DOCK—Dec 18. Constantia, 446, Fallaksen, Svartvik, timber & deals Skjold, 200, Rusmussen, Southampton, ballast Cort Adler, 450, Nielsen, Bristol. ballast Foscolo, 495, Meckison, Bideford, ballast Charles, 419, Leyinarie, Dunkerque ballast Albinus, *53, Sweeny, Quebec, wood goods Kangaroo, 83, Corrin, Bristol, burnt ore Catherine, 177, Owen, Londenj burnt ore Lovely, 429, Vogt, Memel, wood goods Ann, 27, Warren, Bristol, burnt ore Kite, 158, Couilliard, Dieppe, flint John Caspar, 349, Dukert, Dieppe, flint Potomac. 1198, Loudon, Hull. ballast; run down a French lugger off the Nash three men drowned. WWST BUTB DOCK—Dec 17. Culmore as, 337, Sherlock, Liverpool, ballast WEST BUTic DOCK-Dee 18. Vigilant, 72, Anthony, Bristol, light Onward, 85, Thomas, St Ives. ballast Nuroo, 95, Maheo. Vannes, pitwood St Anne, 97, Lebeyan, L'Orient, pitwood Annetta, 433, Roth, Cronstadt, wood goods Voldtofte, 142, J redrik-sen, Warberg, oats Marie Malonie, 104, Richard, Vannes, pitwood Melaine Heloise, 98, Rollando, Vannes, pitwood Mediterranee, 128, Lebeyot, Caen, ballast Ville de Hennebon, 50, Brice, Morieg, potatoes St Joseph, 103, Ezan. Vannes, pitwood Clothilde. 95, Ollivier, Redon, pitwood Vorwarts, 362, Lobre. Brake, ballast Marie Ange, 274, Luen, St Malo, ballast Clio, 409, Schupp, St Nazaire, pitwood PENARTH DOCK—Dec 16. Niobe as, 625, Barrow, London, light Southern Ocean, 1188, Huxtable, Bristol, ballast Enterprise, 70, Everett, Bristol, light Bacchus, 29, Morgan. Bristol, light Derby, 30, Roberts, Bristol, light Llanfrada, 121, Jones, Bristol, lieht PINABTH DOCK—Dec 17. Sallie ss, 400, Baxter. Rouen, ballast Cardiff Castle ss, 50, Clutterbuck, Bristol, light Florence, 60, Nurse. Bristol, light Ellen, 32, Bailey, Bristol. Ueht PENARTH DOCK—Dec 18. Douglas, 648, Bariff, London, light GLAMORGAN CANAL—Dec 16. Electric, 45, Nicholas. Watchet, general GLAMORGAN CANAL-Dee 17, St Davids, 57, Baker, Bristol, general
I SAILINGS. OLD DOCK. Dec 17.-TiliouR, Robbins, Singapore. ISLAND, Cruse, Havannab. BECKERWIT, Murphy, Dub. OLD DOCK. Dec 18.—PENELOPE, Mclver, Dundalk. JANE AC ANK, Mackey, Little Hampton. SAXON, Hua- dleatone, Plymouth. THOMAS FISHER, Wright. Belfast. MOONLIGHT, Hughes. Newhaven. BIUTISH SEAMEN, Heskeith, J.isbon. ORPHELIUS, Daniel, Nantes. RIVER, Dec 16.- OLIVE BRANOH, Good, Bristol. WESTON SII, Richards, Bridgwater. SERAPHENA, Park- house, Bideford. ELIZABETH, Hyatt, Bristol. HENRI. ETTA, Hammett, Padstow. UNION CANAL, Stephens, Bideford, TRYPHBNA, Martin, London. NELSON, McGrevie, wnturiuiu. j-'auxsiless, noiioway, vvorK- ington. CHARLES PHILLIPS, Pidaway, Watchet. MART, Roberts, Gloucester. EVENAS, Groggin, Cork. FAME, Driscoll, Cork. THOMAS & SARAH, Allen, Bridgwater. GERTRUDE ss, Marshall, Eling. WM DAWSON ss, Roberts, Eling. ALPHA, Woodman, Bristol. PROVI- DENCE, Bosley, Bristol. KELSON, Cookie, Bristol. NEATH T" ADER, Churchill, Bristol. UNION, Browning, Bristol. WILLIAM, Hobs, Bristol. ROPE, Ball, Bridg- water. GRATITUDE, Knight, Bristol. FRTETDS, Bown. Bridgwater. ROEBUCK, Jones, Weston. ECHO, Neill, Wexford. EDGAR, Williams, Bristol. ELIZABETH ANN, Williams, Waterford. RIVER, Dec 17.—-SECRET, Gower, Bridgwater. VIC- TORIA, Nutt, Bridgwater. ELIZA, Freebury, Bristol, LYDNEY PACKET, Grines, Gloucester. COMMERCE, Spriggs, Bridgwater. BRITISH QBEKN, Codd, Wexford. LEONORA, Chicester, Barnstaple. CAROLINE, Smith, Bridgwater. PILOT, Stephens, Barnstaple. ETHEL liP. Miles, Bristol. GEORGE, White, Bristol. BROTHERS, Everett, Bristol. JOHN, Jones, Bristol. VESSELS CLEARED—Dec 18. Alexandria, Antonietta ss, Aus, 600 coal, Powell IMPOSTS'—Dee 18. 1K antes. Amelie, 1014 sacks wheaten flour order Bordeaux, Heureuse Marie, 123 loads pitprops, order Pont FAbbe. Parisien, 94 loads pitprops, order Bordeaux, Ville de Lucan, 140 loads pitprops, order Nantes, Achille Celestine, 208 loads pitprops, order St Valery, Lucinda, 2080 cwts potatoes, Le Couteur VESSEL"! ENTERED OUTWARDS—Dec IS. Martinique, Mexicanil, F, 313, Eckirt, J Mosss & t\
NEATH. VESSELS ENTERED UUTwilDs-Dec 18. Fecamp, Murton as, coal, Dynevor Coal Co ?
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. I I I LONDON BETTING-YESTERDAY. 1 WATERLOO CUP. (Wednesday. February 21.) 16 to 1 agst Mr Urocklebank's nomination, 20 to 1 Mr Vyner's nomination, t I 20 to 1 Mr Salter's nomination, t 25 to 1 Mr Dunn's nomination, t 25 to 1 Mr Haywood's nominarion, t 33 to 1 Mr Darlinson's nomination, t 33 to I Mr Carruthers' nomination, o 40 to 1 wanted
LATE GENERAL NEWS. Dr. O'Shea, Roman Catholic Bishop of Ross, died Cork yesterday morning. The Queen and Prinels Beatrice left Windsor Castia at ten o'clock yesterday, on a visit to the Princess LouiiB and the Marquis of Lome at Dornden, near Tunbriclg4 Wells. The Queen returned to Windsor the same night. At an early hour yesterday a fire broke out on the premises of Mr. George Edward Clayton, in Arrowgate- j park, near Finchley, and was not extinguished till much h. damage had been done, and the adjoining houses con. J siderably injured. In connection with the Hoxton Haberdashers' School* the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor presided yesterday at th< distribution of prizes and certi ficate cards of award to the successful candidates for exhibitions, which took place iff the great hall of the schools, Pitfield-atreet. Yesterday morning the Queen's Christmas gifts were distributed at the Royal Almonry OSEce, 3Iiddle-yard, J Whitehall, by the Lord Hig^ Almoner, the Very Rev. Dr«' j I Wellesley, Sub-Almoner, Mr. Hanby Sect, and others f | connected with the Lord Chamberlain's office. The gifts 1 I were bestowed on aged and infirm and blind persons, their .1 ages varying from 60 to 90. years. The gifts consisted of money, blankets, and clothing. Intelligence was received by the Lord Mayor at the Mansion House, London, yesterday, of the death of Mr.Al- derman Besley, which occurred at his residence, Victoria- road, Wimbledon- park, that morning. The deceased,who was a type founder by business, was for many years a member of the Court of Common Council, and was elected, on the death of Sir Peier Laurie, in December, 1861, alderman of the ward of Aldersgate. He was sheriff in 1864, in con- j nection with Alderman Sir Thomas Dakin, and he served the offioe of Lord Mayor in 18G9. He was Over 80 years of age.
LORD TEYNHAM AND CABMEN. A cabman informs the Globe that Lord Teynham hai entertained as many cabmen of Wool wish as could 'i attend at his residence, Tower Hou«e, Shooter's-hilb | Twenty-four of them attended, and were liberally I entertained at dinner. Lord Teynham rid Colonel J Tmvers presided at one table, and the Earl of Cavaa j and the Rev. Mr. Thompson at the other while Lady 1 Teynham and other ladies were present. Address were | afterwards delivered by his lordship and the Rev. Mr. j Thompson. One of the cabmen having thanked his lordship for his kindness, Lady Teynham presented each < of them with a book as a souvenir of the interesting j occasion. & j
REMARKS OX THE WEATHER. |, ] LONDON, Monday.—During the past two days thi. f barometer has fallen over the whole of Western J Europe. On Sunday the changes were slight and j uniform, but during last night the decrease became much more brisk at our south-western and southern sta- tions than elsewhere, and this morning's cnart shews that a small depression has advanced over the south of i j Ireland, while over southern England also some lpcal I Ireland, while over southern England also some lpcal I irregularities apparently exist. The highest pressures are | I still found over Sweden, but the barometer is no# I rising in the south-west of France, so that while a fresh J easterly current prevails over the North Sea and the I greater part of the United Kingdom, westerly breezes | f' are reported over the Bay of Biscay and at the > Scilly Islands. At Valentia and Roche's Point northerly }<■ are reported over the Bay of Biscay and at the Scilly Islands. At Valentia and Roche's Point northerly winds are reported in the rear of the small depression. Temperature has decreased in all places, except over the < Gulf of Bothnia, where the thermometer has risen several degrees. Rain has fallen at all out stations, and still con- tinues in the sonth, the amounts in the south-west being rather heavy. The sky is everywhere overcast, and the weather is very dull. The sea runs high off the east of Scotland, and is rough in most of the exposed parts of thf coast.
THE TRAGEDY IN PIMLICO. At the Westminster Police-court yesterday, before Mr. Woolryth, Frederick Treadaway was charged with tht wilful murder of John Collins. The prisoner, a respectable looking young man, aged 20, appeared acutely to feel his position.—Mr. Reader, solicitor, proceeded to detail the circumstances of the case.—Mrs. Elizabeth Collins (who had her bead bandaged, and was helped into court, in an almosl hysterical condition) said she lived at 99, Stanley-street, Pimlico. She knew the prisoner as the lover of one of hei nieces, and had known him about eight or nine months On Thursday he came to her house about a quarter to one in the middle of the day,and asked for her niece. He stayed there to dinner and tea. Mr. Collins was at home, and she went to Paddington, leaving him with Mr. Collins; the left about four o'clock. When she returned at a I quarter te eleven he was gone. She did not herself hesr any conversation between him and Mr. Collins about money matters. Her husband made a statement to her. i On the next morning the prisoner came to her house again about half past ten, Mr. Collins was; not at home then. She went to the area door and let him in. He asked if Mr. Collins was in. She said no, and asked him to come into the front kitchen and wait. He remained there until Mr. C jllins came home. They were in the front kitchen together, and sat talking until the dinner was ready. Prisoner remained to dinner and afterwards continued talking to herhusband.She knew the prisoner stopped a considerable time after she cleared away the dinner things—somewhat after three. She never heard any high words or saw any angry looks. While she was in the back kitchen she heard the report of fire arms. She turned round to go and see what it was. J At this moment the witness became faint and could only < proceed after restoratives were administered.] She met the prisoner in the doorway leading to the passage. She asked him what it was and he said he did not know. She had scarcely spoken when he fired. She felt the blow and tba blood was running down. He flew to the area doorandsho followed him. She caught hold of some of his clothes and was going to cry murder. He put one hand in he* mouth and the other under her ear, and threw her down* He beat her head on the floor outside the area door. She again seized him somewhere about the elothes and got to her feet in the struggle. Then he loosed her and ran up the area steps. She followed him and begged the people in mercy to fetch a doctor, and to send for a policeman to stop him. Then she came down and wen* to the front kitohen and saw her husband lying. She flew towards him and said What have you done ?" She knelt beside him and saw that he was dead. She saw a vety light quiver in the lip. The doctdr then came and she scarcely knew what followed, —In reply to a question by the magistrate, the prisoner said he did not wish to put any question to Mrs. Collins, As she was being assisted out of the room she fell back in a fainting fit, in which state she remained several minutes* —William Folwell, physician and surgeon, 55, Gloucester- street, testified to having been called to 99, Stanley-street) finding Mr. Collins dead, and Mrs. Collins wounded, eti- dently by gun shots. He found bruises about the head of Mrs. Collins which might have been caused by bumpinf- —John Edmonds, labourer, said he saw a young maf running away about the time* of the murder, and sa* Mrs. Collins following him. He pursued the young but could not overtake him, and lost sight of hini. Thomas Ware proved apprehending the prisoner at Isle* worth, and finding a pistol hanging to his breast on th* right side.—Sergeant Edbrook proved taking the charge, and Thomas Ferrell, inspector, saia and Inspector Sayer took the prisoner to London. Tb* prisoner in his statements said he did not know ho* ne came to commit the crime, it was a blank to him must have been mad. Things weie very uncomfortable at home he was out of work, and intended to use th* revolver on himself. The case was adjourned. Printed and published by the Sole Proprietors, DAVIT DUITC and bON, at their fiteMn iTintmic Works, 75 and 76, St. Mary-street, and Wcst^ate-stree:, in the town of Cardiff.* th# COUNTY OF OT,AMOTION; and published in the COUHT* >10XM9UTH BY W., Milton Locke, Advertising Agent, hol. 6; Trede^r-place, >ewvort, and others; in the Covnrt| CARMARTHEN by Thompson and Shackell, BooVselltrs, niarthen William Bookseller, Carmarthen, and Btnif-a' Bees,. Bool;?eller. Manelly, and otliare; in COUNTY or PEMBROKE by F. O. Treweeks, Chemist. Pembro* 1 1 Hv.niasDaviep, Pookseller, Pembroke Dock, Thomas BooVsel'er, Haverfordwest, aid M:es John, Haverfordwest, and others; in the OOUKTY or CAR»I<»4& j An^e Williams, Bookseller, Cardigan, W. H. Smith ( Book elles. Aberystwith, aixl o*i~er^; in j by J .tries Whee'er., Newsagent, Brecon, Thorras Joi e-. m sel e Brynmawr, and others in the COUNTY OF Hiss Francis, Newsagent, LlandriJ dod Well*. Mrs. Kewswrent, Bhuradar. sad othttfr
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LONDON, Ale&Aop EVENING. In the open discount market demand for sccomqdation to-day was fair, ah« fates are firm, is follows -1 Bank Bills-2 months, 1$to If per cent; 3 months, 1 per cent; 4 months, 17 per cent; 6 months, 2§- to 21' per cent. Trade Hills-2 months, 11 per cent; 3 months, 2 per cent; 4 months,12; per cent; 6 months, 3 per cent. The Stock markets have been devoid of ani- mation throughout the day, the nearo approach of the holidays preventing speculation, and thinning the attendance on the Exchange. The tone, how- ever, is moderately steady. Consols are unaltered at 93g to 94 for money and the account. New and Reduced are at 94 to 941. In Foreign descrip- tion Egyptian 73's are about i lower; and Russian have also given way fractionally. Turkish are steady, and Argentines are without any important alteration. In home railway stocks, North British are buoyant, and close If higher. Other descriptions have risen k to i all round, with the exception of Brighton Deferred, Great Eastern, and Chatham Ordinary, which are a shade lower. American and Canadian lines are very firm, Erie shares rising j, and Canadas about t. The business done is annexed :— British Funds.-3 per cent Consols, 93* to 94 do do for account, 93 j to 94 3 per cent Reduced, 94k to 94; New 3 per cent,94 to 94J. Indian Government Securities.—Indian Stock,5 per cent, July, 1880, 104f do, 4 per cent, Oct., I 1888, 1021 to 103. Foreign Government Securities.-6 per cent Argentine. 1868, 69, 1, 9 6 per cent do, Public Works, 1871, 6ui te 60; 5 per cent Egyptian, 1368, 50t; 7 per cent do, 1873, 49i, J, 8g, 9 5 per cent Peruvian, 1872, 15t to 15§ 3 per cent Portuguese, 1853-1867, 54t, J, i 5 per cent Rus- sian, 1822, £ Sterling, 17!; 5 per cent do, 1862, 18£ to 78^ 5 per cent do, 1870, 83 to 83! 5 per cent do, 1872, 19! 5 per cent do, 1873, 79, i, i, 9: 4% per cent do, Scrip, 73§; 5 per cent Swedish Government, 1870, 96f 5 per cent Turkish, 1865, 109; 4 per cent do, Guaranteed, 103t-; 3 per cent French Rentes, ex 25 francs, 1041 Italian, ex 25 francs, 70J, 70, i; 6 per cent United States, 5 20 years, redeem 1882, 104f; 5 per cent do, Funded, redeem 1881, 106, k, i. Railways Ordinary Shares and Stocks.— Caledonian, 120g, £ f, £ fast London, 241; Glasgow and South Western, 109f Great Eastern, 49|, 50, 91; Great Eastern East Angli- can, No 2. 13J Great Western Consolidated Ordinary." 1041 to 104i; London, Brighton, Pill South Coast, 119-1; do Preferred, 135J do Interred, 1041 to 104f London, Chatham, aud Dover Arbitration, 23, J, 2J, 31, 3; London and North Western, 146, f.- J; London and South Western, 128 Mauchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire, 71i; do Deferred, 40; Metropolitan, 106J to 106|; Metropolitan District, 48 to 481; Midland, 130$, i, j North British, 107§, f, f, 8, f, 9, 8 £ 9, i- it k, 8i, 9 North Eastern "Consols," 156; North London, 138J North Staffordshire, 60J; South Eastern Deferred, 117f, f, i, 18!, 18. Railways, Preference shares and Stocks.— London, Chatham, and Dover, arbitration 4-! per cent. 74^, |, 5, f, -i. Railways, British Possessions.—Grand Trunk of Canada, 8 £ f; do. Equipment Mortgage Bonds, 1 charg. 6 per cent, 99; do. 2nd do., 95, 4:f; do. 1st preference Stock, 40, 39jf, 1, i do. 2nd Preference Stock, 27i, 61, J do. 3rd Preference fetock, 157 f, •§ do. 5 per cent Perpetual Debt, 71 Great Indian Peninsular, guaranteed 5 ppr cent, 116J, f, § Great Western of Canada, 713 16, 8. Foreign Railways.—Buenos Ayres, 6 per cent Debeature t-tock, 1117 to 1111. American Dollar Bonds and Shares.-6 per cent j Central Pacific of California, 1st Mortgage, 101-i to 101| i Eiiie 100 dol shares, 9i; if, f; 7 percent do Preference Shares, 18J 7 per cent do Convert- do Preference Shares, 181 7 per cent do Convert- ible i'iold Bonds, 36. 5i, 5 Illinois Central 100 dol shares, 65 to 65^; 7 per cent N ew York Central and Hudson River Mort. hds., Illf to Hi ? do 100 dol shares, 101 to 102i: Pennsvl- 50 dol shares, 45, 6, 5t 6 per cent Union 7 Paciöc Railway, 1st Mortgage, 97-g. Foreign Railway Obligations.—South Austrian and Upcer Italian, 9, 7-16, i. Telagraplis. Anglo-American, 63k to 63J; Direct United States Cable, llf Eastern, 6§. G =.—Continental Union. 23i; Oriental, Lim., 85. Banke-Bank of Roumanin, 3,11, Bank of New Zealand. 215 to 2H City, 13À- Imperial Otto- J r» an, 44 London and County; 62 London and Westminster, 62. Miscellaneous—Bonds, Loans, and Trusts- E"vpt,ian 7 per cent Khedive Mortgage Loan, 1870. 40, 3'i, Co-,i-iT,,iercial. -Credit Foncier of England, li Telegraph Construction and Maintenance, 28, Land—Newfoundland Land, 13-16, f, ?,.
PRICES AFTER OFFICIAL HOURS. (SPECIAL TELEGRAM.) z2344,000 werö taken out on balance. Bar silver lower. Egyptians firmer, 73's 49^ to 49f; Russian 73's, 79 to 4"91 Argentines, 1 lower United States Funded, lOOt to 106. Railways firra; North British, 109J Midland, 130J Eries, 9i to 10; 111 nois and Atlantics better; Anglos, higher. Tallow unchanged; petroleum, 2s 6d; rape oil, 393 to 39.1 3a.
SPECIAL COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS. fFROM OCB C0311JEliCIAL S £ POBT £ &6.1 BERLIN, MONDAY.—The stock market was very quiet. Americans showed some rise, while other international stocks maintained nearly Saturday's FAtc was again dearer, at 32 per cent. VIEXNA, Monday. — There was hardly any change in the prices of stocks since Saturday. Some transactions took place in the New 4 per ced Gold Rentes, which were quoted at 55f. 80c. Foreign exchanges and old were a shade stronger. Silver, however, continued the downward move- ment. PARTS, Monday.—The Bourse was rather weak, and yesterday's rise on the Boulevard was lost. The Three per Cent Rentes olosed for the account 9* 7Qf 17c, and the Five per Cents at í041 65s. Or both about the same as on Saturday. All foreign stocks gave way more or less. Exchange on Lon- don short, 25f 16c.
THACKERAY AND SAYCJS, STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS 33, WFSV BUTE ibTHEEl, CAKDIFF. STOCK ASL) "HARg LIST. RAILWAYd. Paid. Prices. Stock Great Eastern £ l0u ..49 50 „ 'Great Western 10U 104 104; I London, UlathaIn. and J.Jover 1\)" -3 21St London and North NY eattra 10v 146 14bV Monmouthshire 10J 155 Midland JOO 130 130i Khynaney — J00 89 91 60 Serern & Wye Railway and Canal.. 60.. 22 23 Stock Som.& Dorset (Bath Extension) 100 74 76 bouth Devon 100 66 68 Taff Vale.. 100 1941 1951 PREFERENTIAL, „ Great Western Consolidated &p. ct. £ 100 124 125 Monmouthshire 5 per cent 100 118 120 12 Do. New, COUTertible 610 10i ock Riiymney 5 per cent. (guaranteed) 100 lit 115 Do. 6 per cent. 1861 100 132 134 Do. 5 per cent. 1861 .— 100 10J 110 Do. 5 per cent. 1864 100 108 108 Do. 6 per cent. 1864 100 Ii7 129 Do. 5 per cent. 1867 100 103J 104* Do. 5per cent. 18/3 10 10 20 Severn&WyeRaily. & Canal, 4 £ p.c. */0 18 19 10 Do. 5 per cent 10.. 8 g ock South Devon 5 per cent 100 119 121 St Tail Vale No. I 100 195 16 Do, 4ipar cent. 10u 109 111 Do. 6 per cent 100 122 123 10 Lo. Jiew di 10.. 12i 12i GUARANTEED AND LEASEL) 60 Aberdare, 10 percentt. 60 115 117 20 Coleford, ilon., and Usk, 5 (• c. 20 "^4 24 Stock Dare Valley, 5 p. 100 ..116 lis Ely Valley, 5 p. c 100 123 125 Great Wfserii5 per et. Gitaraiitaed 100.. 125 127 ereford, Hay, « Brecon Ordinary 100.. 9* 93 Do. ditto Preference 100 93 94 Llaiitrissant and Taff Vale, 5 F. c. 100 116 118 „ Llanelly Ry. and Dk. Ordj 100.. 138 140 Do. do. APreference 100 13S 140 Do. do. B. IS p. c. ao. 100 140 112 Llynvi and Ocrmore, 6 p. c 100 142V 143J Do. 5 per cent Fust treference 100 119 120 100 Penarth Harbour, Dock & H.a.il wa,v 10(1 109 110 S5 Swansea Vale. 6 p. c. 3.. 61 53 DEBENTURE STOUJiS. Stock Cowbridge A" 100 113 115 do. "B" 100 65 t-7 do. "C" 1C0 51^ 52j Heref ord, Hay, & Bracon 5 p. c. 1011.. 1-3 12f) Great Western 5 aitto 100 123 130 Midland 4 per cenl. 100 106 107 Monmouthshire 4j dicio 100 114 116 Llynyj 5 ditto 100 123 125 „ Soutn Devon 5 ditto 100 124 16 Somerset and Dorset 5 do. No. i 100 UQr. 115 „ Tall Vale 4 p. c. 100 10Y 105 BAN Kb 100 Glamorganshire Banking Company 1C0 195 196 10 Glamorganshire Isew Shares. 10.. 19i 191 10 London and Provincial Lim. &0"" 5i2 12t 50 National and Provinciai 21.. 86 b7 20 National and Provincial 12 49 61 20 Ditto itew,1874 S22 24 pm 20 Swansea BanK 7.. 9. 9t 20 West ol EnalandS S. W. D. Bank 15 2;j. 2\1 JllSCELLANtOl b. 10 Aberdare Gas 10 li 14; 10 Bristol &So. IVales Wa,,on Co., Lim. 471 8 25 Bristol Watei works 25 63 69 Stock Do. Gas 100 204 206 Cardiff Gas A 10 per cent. 100 203 20 f, Do. do. B 8 per cent 100.. 160 162 25 Do. do. Shares 7 per cent 25 34 36 Stock Do. Waterworks 100 209 210 Do. do. I860 100 ibi 152 10 Do. do. new. 371 7¡ 25 Do. Royal Hotel 25.. 14 15 26 Do. Workmen Cottage Co. 25.. 29 31 10 Cardiff and Swansea Colliery, Lim. 9ij ii 5 Crown Preserved Coal 521 S 32 Ebbw Vale 29.. 11 12 V 20 Great Western Colliery 18.. 9 9j 60 LIynvi,Tondu&O^moreCoal & Iron bO 15 17 10 Llynvi Valley Gas 10.. 15 16 4., Mwyndy Iron Ore. Limited 3.. If 2 CO Nantygio& Bla.ina Iron Works(Pre.) 100 194 20 J 10 NewportAbercarn Colliery, Limtd. 10 4 1.1 1!6 Do. Gas A 35.. 62 64 35 Do. B So 44 46 20 Do. C 611 13 5 vo. Tramways 53 1 4 10 Do. Waterworks Shares 30 151 16i 10 Do. do. New 7 10" 11 10 Portishead Gas 10 10$11 50 Rhondda MerthyrColliery, Limit.. 60 15 20 25 Do. do. "B" 20.. 7 10 60 Rhymney Iron, Limited 60.. 24i 25t 15 Do. New 15.. 7 7* 25 Swansea Gas 25 37 33 10 Do. Shipping 63 3i 25 South Wales Celliery 20 8 10 60 Tredegar Iron & Coal A Lirn. 20.. 16 17 25 Do. do. B Lim. 25 2 j 234 10 Ystrad Gas and Watei wjrks. 013 18t 10 Do. New 5 10$11$ Bank rate 2 per cent, (since 20th AnriJ.i SELLERS-Weit Of England Bank shares Great Westen rColliery do. Newport Aberearn Coll-erv Shares. Monmouthshire Railway Stock. Taff Vole Hailway Stock. Llynvi Railway Stock, BUYERS-Llynvi Preference Stock. Taff Vale Railway do. Rhymney Railwiv Stocks and Shares. N-kntyzlo and Blaina Coal and Iron Shares, etc., etc. CARDIFF DAILY LIST Dec. 19.187C. 961 THACKERAY AND SAYCE.
Messrs SAYCE & RAKE, STOCKBROKER" SWANSEA, Are prepared to buy and sell promptly all local marketable securities at the quotations of the day. ROBERTS & LYDDON, STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS. 17, CHURCH STREET & VIEN NA CHAMBERS, BUTE DOCKS, CARDIFF. H. E. GIRLING, STOCK AND SHARE BROKER, NEATH. Buyer of Neath and District Tramway Shares. Offers Solicited. 1192
A.N EliEPIlAiN '11 IN ij A CUIDENT. A very singular accident has occiVred at the Zoolo- gisal Gardens. The smaller African elephant, Alice, which, some few months ago, had its trunk unfortu- nately torn off, was turned out into the elephant- yard while her cage was being swept out. In the large yard in question some new pipes had been laid down to supply the pond with water. The work- men had not filled in the excavation with suJScient firm- iiass, and, Alice treading with her right fore-leg on the soft ground, it gave way below her, and she was imme- diately buried up to the shoulder. Her present keepers came to her assistance, but the animal was in a state of great fury and excitement, and the only person who dared go near her was Scott, her old keeper, and for. merly joint keeper of the elephant-house with An. ( drew Thompson. Pulleys and hoisting tackle were brought to the spot, and planks inserted under Alice's jaw. The pulleys being brought to work on these planks, ner head was lifted, and khen beams were placed under her chost. Finally, after an hour's hard work, partly by Gigging away the ground a.ro-mll her, and partly by bring- ing the pulleys to bear, she was rescued.
There has been a tena.it i.-i- ue.illustration at Bally- clare presided over by Professor Smyth, M.P., Rt which resolutions were passed in favour of security of tenure at fair rents. Many portions of the Ards district are covered with water. Near Ballymaconnell Mills about 200 acres and several public roads are flooded. HEALTH WITHOUT MFDICIXE, inconvenience, or expense in dyspepsia, chronic constipation, diarrhoea, nervous, bilious, pulmonary, and liver complaints, debility, asthma, wsin in ol'i or you'.tr, nausea, and vomiting, restored by Du BARR DELICIOUS FOOD KAVALS TV ARNICA, which FAVEI 50 times its cost in me ii- ciue, and our s chronic indigestion (d.* 8!<epsia), haDitnal coi sti- pation, dinrihixa, hse-norrht'id-. lji'or complaints, flatulency, nervousness, biliousness, all k.nds of f vers, sore throw's, catarrh*, coliis, influenza, noises in the head and ears, rheuma- tism. gout, povertv anil ininu'ities of the bloo 1. eruptirrns, hyeter a, ueura'gia, irritahil tv, cleeplessnsps, low sp'ri's.-p een, acidity, «aUrbrash, palpitation, hea'tburn, headache, debilry, dropsy, cramps, spasms, nausea, and ^omitinv: aft r eating, even in r,regnancy or at sea. sinking fits, couch, asthma, bronchitis, consumption, exhaustion, epilepsy, dia- betes, paralysis, vesting sway, and the feverish aDd bitter U8t« on awaking, or caused by onioxs, garlic, and tven the gmell of tobacco ordrin*. 30 years' invariab'i success with iduUs and delicate infants. 90,000 cures of cases lo isidere l hupeiess- It con'ahis four times as much niurUhm-nt as meat It is likewise the only recognised tnod to rear delicate Infants successfully, and to overco-ne all infantine difficulties in teething, eaiiins'. measles, fevers, restlessness, diarrhoea, and eruntions. Fed on thi> food infants tnriye better than on nur-e's millf, and the most r,t!,sse,,en sUep soundly all nivht through. CrR'! No. 89 015:—"25 y^ars mc-reciible miseries from = chr mic dyspepsia. nervousness, sleeplessness, low spirits, dtbilit>T, and swellings all ove- to fiouble my natural si»e—miseries I enduye andi tor which I tried the bei-t advice in vA'n. Saics the 29t.fi of M»rch last I have lived entirely on Du BARRY'S EVALINrA AKABJCA FOOD without tiding any mea'. I nBv<=r f 'It so well iu mv li;e Ps I do now, all The swcllinx b.,zn.- left me. I nave .ost all nervo'isaess. I sleep well, and feel happy. Indeed. my fr-ends sav I a n like a new rnan notbin, like whut I was bc-rore I to ft_- _1. n "1 I1tz.ø í f t'hIQ OP tCOK your toon. rray Ultl.I\t:: i'IoLlJ q, utA. y -1, • Kev CHART.ES TI"«OH. l'te eura'e it St JIary 9. Cardiff, Monmouth, 30th August, 1-7^. No 52. M0 63, Souti STREET, Chichts:<=r, 2 tii Nnvciaber. JS 6- T i i RBVAIJRXTA ARABICA BI^CKITS have relieved T'.E f A 1-c c- roni, dyspepsia, which for .-on-e years n), I IIn life quite a burden \ouriJ, etc.. (Kev) J. S. TEI LON." Du KERRY'S RKVALEVTA ARABICA FO D (-uirablv packed f T a l climotes) sells 2s; of lib, 3" 6d 2' h, (is; hlh. 14s: 12H>,?8s; b, 60s. lie ti,.s are tent free bv po t to all li-,trts (!f the kitiv'd'.m on re eipt of 2s 4d stamps or offlco order. Du BVRRV.I Bf',vAT,VT\ ARAR.IR.v CpociT.vfv.—Pow.-e" in RM canisters tor 1* cu|w as, '?s 2+ cups, (id 48 fUrS. t); cups, SOs ?76 CUPS, ffts. Da BARRY'S I By; rr", -They foot, e the rn"lIt irritable ftomw-h an i nerves, in nl\f:" and sickness, even in pregnancy or at sea, hsartburn and ihefcverisn, acid, or bitter t^ste/,n wakinar up, or caused by onior-i, eariic, and even the smell'lcft. hv,iobacc > or drinUins,— 1 'b. 3s Cd 21b, 6s 241b, 5 s. DEPOTS; TDU BAI-KY'S AND Co.. J o 77 Kf.(ent streft, London, W.* and through all flroc^rs and Chemists in the world.Soid Q »])P P^ICR 11 IROH £ S, Church street.
r LATEST IIA-RKETS. I CORN". LONDON CORN' MABKET. Monday —Dull market, for English wheat, and prices were occasionally the turn English wheat, and prices were occasionally the turn lower to I'd!. Foreign—quiet market without change in prices. Flour met a slow sale, with a downward tendency in prices; no quotable alteration, however, is reported in value. Barley without alteration, both for grinding and malting sort. Oats- slow trade, and prices are the turn in buyers' favour. Maize quiet, but steady. Beans and peas-dull sale at late rates. British wheat, 3,146; barley, 3.912 oats, 1,189; maize. 306; flour, 18,394, Foreign: wheat, 30,336 barley, 14,698: oats, 55,130; maize, 2,180: flour, 3.585 sacks, 2,160 barrels. GLASGOW CORN MARKET, Monday.—Market quiet, with prices of wheat and flour tending iu buyers' favour. Other articles quiet but unaltered in value. C.VTTLK. LONDON CATTLE MARKET, Monday.—There is a con- siderable fad in ail lai^e oxen, and second-class beef of any choice breeds bang on hand, the supply being larger than was expected. Choice Scots and crosses quite 2d per stone lower. The few foreign beasts on oifer moved I off with rather more freedom. Brisker trade for both British and foreign sheep, at about 2d advance. Veal scarce and dear. Beef, 4s to 6s; mutton, us to 7s 4d; veal, 5s (id to 7s pork. 4s id to 5s 2d. Beasts, ;1,.36;); sheep, 13,610; calves. 290. Including foreign Beasts, 570 sheep, 4,0(i0 calves, 170. LIVERPOOL CATTLE MARKKT, Monday.—There were 3,672 beasts against 3,831, and 7,461 sheep against 8,146 last week. There was no foreign stock on offer. Trade good, and prices in sellers' favour. The attendance of buyers from the country was very numerous. Some of the cattle were of a very prime quality, but the large fat ones were not worth so much per Jb, as the smaller class, sellers wanting as ,much as E(.10 to £HIO each Prices- best beasts, 8d lo 9d second, 6d to 7fd sheep, 9d to IOAD. The next market will be held on Tuesday, the 26th, instead of Monday (Christmas Day). There was no case of diseased cattle at the market, and this im- munity has flOW ifsted eight. months. ST NICHOLAS CASTLE KAII:, Monday.—Notwithstand ing the wet weather ti>frf« way a, trood show of fat cattle, both in numbers an,l quality. wtore cattle were scarce, but some useful animals wore ottered. fcbeep wer* ftw, and quality rather inferior. Prices—fat cattle, 7d to d per lb.; very superior, 9d. PRODUCE. LONDON PRODUCE MARKET, MOT day.—Sugar market very tirui". bus unt uiiicii im.-ines3 doir. £ Heftning sorts realize extreiie Coffee continues vey firm. but business limited. Of 4SI parkaj.es Indian offered 419 sold at about Kite values. Rice quiet but firm. Hum- dull sale. Cotton market rather firm. Jute— r I I good enquiry at full prices. Tallow, ew, about 45s ion the spot. LIVERPOOL PRODUCE MARKET, Monday.—sugar M mudrate demand at previous rates. Hum quiet. Rice steady. Coffee dull. Nitrate of soda 12s 3d to 12s 6d per cwt on the spot. Petroleum has a hardening tendency. Lard in sellers favour. Olive oil dearer. Linseed oil 2Ss to 28s 6d per cwt. Rape oil 44s per cwt for refined Stettin. Cottonseed oil. 3vs per cwt for Liverpool refined. Palm oil dull. Tallow, 448 6d per cwt for South American beef. Resin 3d per cwt dearer. Ashes, 24s per cwt. for potF. PROVISIONS. LONDON PROVISION MARKET, Monday.—Butter— Dull market for descriptions, and prices irregular. Friesiand, 136s to 1;03; Normandy, 130s to 152s; Jersey, 110s to 128s Irish neglected, and prices merely nominal Baeon-lriøtt quoted Is to 2s higher, except oversized, which is lower. American 2s lower. Hams— small Irish continue in demand. Lard lower to sell. Cheese-tinet new American, 68s to 72s. BUTTER. WmTLAND MONTHLY MAKKET, Monday. This market was held on Monday. There was a good supply of nrime qualities. 1\llt prices remained unaltered. CORK BCTTER MAEKET, Monday.—Ordinary—Firsts, 154s; seconds, 135- thirds, 112s: fourths, —; fifths, — sixths, — Mild—firsts, 160s; seconds, 140B; thirds, 112'. Firkins in market, 800. SUGAR. CE*DE CRUSHED SUGAR MARKET, Monday. A small business done at steady prices. DEAD MEAT. T LONDON DEAD MEAT MARKET, Monday.—Large supplies on sale,and trade moderately active at the follow- ing quotations :-Beef, 3s Od to 5s 6d mutton, 38 4d to 6s 2d veal, 5s 4d to 6s Od large pork, 3s 8d to 4s 8d small ditto, 5s Od to 5s 8d. POTATOES. LONDON POTATO MARKET, Monday.-Good supplies and trade slow at the fallowing rates :—Flukes, 120s to 160s regents, 80s to 140s rocks, 60s to 100s French, 50s to 70s per ton. Foreign—kidneys, 3s 6d to 4a; reds, 38 to 5s 6d per bacr. HOP3, SEEDS, AND MALT. LONDON HOP, EED. AND MALT MABKET, Monday.— (Messrs J. Aithur and Co.'s Report.)—The hop trade may, at the reduced values, be quoted firm, and in some few instances more money paid. There is no importation of foreign worth naming, so we are of opinion English hops will be no cheaper. The seed trade has assumed rather a quieter tone, but values remain tirra. Malt, in sympathy with barley, is firmly held, at fully late rates. Saccharine in request, and an additional advance of £1 per ton demanded by the makers. LONDON HOP MARKET, Monday.—Considering the near approach of Christmas there continues to be a good demand for all descriptions of hops at firm rates. COTTOH. MANCHESTER COTTON GOODS ITEPOST, Monday.- There is only a slow inquiry to-day, and as the year draws to a close buyers show less disposition for business. Producers, however, being well under contract, are by no means anxious sellers. A firm tone may be reported through both departments. wuuu BRADFORD WOOL MARKKT, Mondav.-The market is in a very inactive state owing to the impending Con- ference on the Eastern question and the apDroaching holidays. Operations in wool are very scanty. Skin and short wools firm. Other descriptions nominally un. changed. In yarns spinners receive very small orders, simple yarns being specially neglected, the business being in pieces, which are of a very meagre and unsatisfactory kind. COAL. LONDON COAL MARKET, Monday.—Quiet demand for house coals at last prices. South Hettons, 19s; East Hartlepool, Lambton. l ees. 18s 6d Kelloe, Hawthorc, 168 Riddells, 15s; West Hartleys, 17s 6d. Ships at market, 57 sold, 41; at sea, 10. METALS, LONDON METAl, MARKET, Monday.—Copper—Chili quiet at £ o7 10s. Wallaroo £85 10. and for forward delivery £ 85. Burra 284 10s. Tin dull. Straits opened at £ 76,"but £7.5 10s was accepted at the close for on the spot and forward. Australian £7; Spelter dull. Lead 222 to i22 5P. Scotch pig iron, 500 tous done here at 59s 3d one month CMh price, 59s sellers. GLASGOW PIG IRON MARKET, Monday. In the afternoon the market remained quifet,business being done at mFl. Next week buyers, 58s 10d; sellers, 59s. JIWE AND SKIN MARKBT. BRISTOL HIDE. SIUN, AND FAT MARKET, Saturday, December 16th. —Hide?: 931bs and upwards, 5id to 5fd;— 831bs to '21h". 4M to 5d 731bs to 821bs, 3id to 4!d; 631bs to 721 bs, 3jd: 541 bs to 621bs, 3^d; 531bs and under, 3d. Cows 631bs and upwards, 3d to 31d light 3d; bulls, id cut and irregular. Llid. Calf: 171bs and upwards 3^d to 4id 12lbs to 161bs, 6d 91bs to lllbs, ftid under 91b?, 4cT Calf cut and irregular, 3id. Horse hides, 2s Gd to ] ;s. Kips, 4d. Fat-mutton, 4Jd; beef. 3§d. Rh. 21<1. Wool skins, 2s 6d, 4s8d,7s0d, Ex 88 Kd.—G. Webster, broker.
AGRICULTURE, THE WEATHER, AND THE MARKETS. IFROM MONDAY'* NIGHT'S MARK LANE EXPRESS.") J eports as to the appearance of the growing crops, both here and on the Continent, continue satisfactory, and agricultural affairs present no new subject for remark. Although litany of the country markets have manifested considerable firmness, even in the face of increased supplies, provincial trade has, generally speak- ing, shown some of the lethargy which has eharacterised business in the port*. The sharp upward movement in price which took place last week has been succeeded bv a quieter toue iu the wheat trade, albeit confi- dence lias not oi i-ii shaken, and holders are quite content to submit to the temporary lull without endeavouring to press sales at any sacrifice of value. In spite of thy momentary quietude, the present is doubtless a ciitical period in the grain trade, with a rate of impor- tations certainly below the estimated requirements of the country. California supplies still in the distance, and the uncertainty as to the probability of increased shipments from America. deeding corn has improved somewhat in value during the week, and is mainly due to the falling off of imports, especially of oats and maize, and considerable transactions have taken place in the latter article for future delivery. There has been some reaction in business in Californian wheat afloat.
AN INDUSTRIAL MUSEUM.—Chairs in expensive needlework, ottomans, gilded glasses, richly ornamented cornices, gracefully hanging window curtains, noble bedsteads, magnificently carved sideboards, figured table cloths, beautifully designed carpets, and a thousand other thin; meet your gaze in wandering through the well-tilled w;:rt-houses of Messrs LAVKRTON and Co., funiituie manufacturers and upholsterers, of Bristol. At tin- snmo time yon see tables and chairs, bodateads and carpets, of a quieter and more unassuming descrip- tion— furniture for the working-man as well as furniture tbfc hijb horn aristocrat, or wealthy merchant. It deed, Messrs I AVEKTON'S show-rooms form quite an industrial exhibition, and not without its guide either, for on entering you are, if you wish it, presented with a | profusely illustrited catalogue, which gives you the pictuie* of all kinds of furniture with the prices attached. f ADVT. n.l—8146—3201
VESSELS SIGNALLED AT THE LIZARD. THE LIZARD, Monclay.-Wind WNW, fresh. Weather showery. Barometer 29. PASSED EAsT-morning- Hamburg American steamer Herder, from New York for Plymouth5 steamers Wm Dawson, of Middlesborongh Durham, of London, from Melbourne; ^a^Ju,e Barqueerean. of Windsor, US, from Batavia for mouth, 94 days out, all well. Afternoon- bri gan tine Flora, of Elsfieth; steamer Chipchase, of Newcastle Belgian Red Star Line steamer Nederland, for Antwerp barques Dilpussund, of London, from Auckland, Epaminonda. of Newcastle. PASSED WEST -morn i ng-steamer Ruby, of Cardiff, and afterwards put back. Afternoon—steamers Irene, of Amsterdam; Palmeriti, of Newcastle: Faithtul, ot Liverpool; schooner Queen, of Cardiff.
THE WEATHER. CARDIFF, Monday, 5 p.m.-Pressure has been very unsteady since yesterday. There was an increase of ba!f-a-tenth this morning, but now the mercury has fallen 4^-tenths. The mercury now stands at 29 2o. 'I The temperature has decreased six degrees. Ihe ther- mometer now registers 42 degrees Fahrenheit. Ihe wind has changed to ESE, light. '?he weather is cloudy, overcast, and unsettled.
FOREIGN ARLIIVALS AND SAILINGS OF CARDIFF VESSELS. (SPFCI ALLT REPORTED TOT ii E; "s')UTH WALES DAILY IfEWS.") The ss Chatsworth, Capt. Gibson, from Odessa, last from Gibraltar, arrived at Falmouth for orders at half- past ten o'clock on Sunday morning. The ss Black Watch. Capt Love, arrived at Malta on Sunday from Alexandria tor Hull. The ss Benwell, Capt Harrison, left Dieppe on Sunday morning for Cardiff. The ss Greta, t apt Bulmer, arrived at Gloucester on Monday morning from Dantzic.
NEW STEAMER FOR CARDIFF. On Saturday a fine screw steamer was added to the NEW STEAMER FOR CARDIFF. On Saturday a fine screw steamer was added to the steam fleet of Cardiff. The vessel was built to the order of Messrs Cloake & Nelson, ButeJDocks, hy the Messrs Charles Mitchell & Co, of Low Walker, on the Tyne. The launch took place from the firm's yard, and was in every respect successful. As the steamer left the ways ahe was christened the Mintha by Miss Cloake, of Cardiff, who deftly broke the orthodox bottle of wine against the ship's bows. This is the second steamer built by sb* above eminent firm for the Messrs Cloake & Nelson. The following are her dimensions — Length, 200 feet; beam, 27 feet 6 inches depth of hold. 21 feet;) inches. He engines wiil be on the compound principle,of SO horse-power nominal, by the Messrs Blair, of Stockton. In the engine room and on deck the steamer is replete with all te most recent modern improvements. Her cabin is neat and commodious, while the accommo- dation for the officers and engineers is ail that could be desired. The forecastle arrangements for the sailors and firemen are in "xcfss of the requirements of the Board of Trade. The Mintha is a beautifully modelled craft, and does credit to her builders.
CASUALTY. The German barque Loveley, Captain Voight. arrived here from Memel with a cargo of timber, in docking by Monday morning's tide collided with the trow Ann, of Gloucester. Captain Warren, carrying away the trow's mast and jibboom. The barque afterwards ran into the Pier Head, carrying away her cutwater, figure-head, &c.
LATEST ARRIVALS IN PENARTH ROADS. CARDIFF, Monday Night.Rose, 168. Megrizola, Rossi 849.' Mars, 281. Djadda Gesiena, Staal, 18S. Eliza,'Blackmore, 211. Entrepreneur, 1-^2. Happy-go- Lucky. Daw, 36- fearless, Consigiio, 352. Vildosaia as Hol'rres 648. Tuspan, Olsen, 254, Ann, Wheatstone, 39'. Woodlands, Pengelly, 11?. Hindborg, Johan- son, 780. son, 780.
REUTBR'S MAIL TELEGRAMS. CROOKHAVEN, Sunday.—The Inman steamer City of Richmond, from New York December 9th, was signalled off here at'8 30 to-night. SOUTHAMPTON, Sunday. — Peninsular and Oriental steamer Pekin, with India mails, arrived here to-day. Specie £ 15.000.—Royal Mail Company's steamer Douro, with Brazil and River Plate Mails arrived here to-day, Specie £ 21,400. PLYMOUTH, Monday.—Hamburg American steamer Herder has arrived here from New York. Specie- 164,216 dols tor England 22,000 for France.
SAILINGS. ROATH BASIN, Dec 17.-AGLIA(tug), Glee, Dublin. ROATH BASIN, Dec 18.—SAPPHO ss. Blecfc, Antwerp. MART ANN, Everett, Bristol. BOGLIASCO, Kjfcso, Caljao. INDEPENDENT, Phillips, Bristol. SABIONCELLO, Critich, Smyrna. VENTNOB SS, Gardener, Havre. EAST DOCK, Dec 16.—ACHILLES SS, Peters, Barrow. EAST DOCK, Decl6.—GLENROSA SS, Marshall, Malta. EAST DOCK, Dec 18.—BALTIC. Lewis, Barry and Holy- head. GOLDEN LIGHT, Donald, Ely Harbour. ALNWICK, Robinson, Almwcb. HEND, Duncan, Palermo. QCEBST or THE ISLES, Jones, Carnarvon. Tsomas & MART, Rowe, Waterford. JAMES Hunter, Cadiz. EmiDio, Randioh, Trieste. CARLA, Bacearach, Mults, WEST DOCK, Dec 16.-ROSEBUD SI, Orombie, Seville. WEST DOCK, Dec 18.—MART JONES, Hughes, Par. LUCINDA JANE. McCarthy, Wexford. SIRHOWY, Twynen, Cork, BRILLIANT, Wallis, Falmouth. SIR FRaNcIS DRAKE, Dtake, Barnstaple. PENARTH DOCK, Dec 16.—"EDWIN. Corbin, Bristol. ST DAVIDS M, Rowles, Bristol. BLBPHEB, Marsh, Bridg- water. THOMAS & MABIA, Longley, Bristol. SWIFT SS, Allen, Bristol. PENARTH DOCK, Dec 17.—POLAM liS, Axe, Constanti- nople. KNAPTOM HALL Be, Sheldrake, Gibraltar. Ex PRESS, Marshall, Barnstaple. ENTEBPBISE SS, Eyerett, Bristol. REBECCA & MART, Rowles, Bristol. ALMA, Wilkins, Bristol, PENARTH DOCK, Dec 18.—CITIZIH, Began, Youghal. GLAMORGAN CANAL, Dec!lg,-WAVE, Pearce, Ely. v VESSELSCLEtARED-Ðec 18. 1 Barcelona, Culmore ss, B. 400 coal, Cwmaman Co St Thomas, Hastings, B, 600 coal, In-o!e & Son j Malta, Free Lance, B, 1000 coal, Cory Bros f j Palermo, S W Kelly ss, B, 1100 coal, M Strina 1 Roscoff, O E C G, B, 60 coal, Powell Duffryn I Havre, Merthyr ss, B, 900 coal, Tinel & Co Havre, Black Swan as, B, 800 coal. Wayne & Co Havre, PrinceM as, B, 900 coal, M Jones Caen, Milky Way, B, 154, Burgess ez Co Antwerp, Solent ss, B, 920 coal, Cory Bros Barcelona, Jernas, Nwy, 425 coal, Powell Duffryn/ Oporto, Jtdward & Laura, Rus, 362 coal, Jones, Ileard & Ingram Santos, Woolton, B, 304 rail, Rhymney Iron Co VESSEHS ENTERED OUTWARDS—Dec 18. Calcutta. Woodhurn, B, 1424, Duncan, Barnes & (jO Callao, Peerless, B, 860, Jones, E Jones & Co Antwerp, Solent sa, B, 462, Taylor, Harrison Bros Barcelona, Culmooe ss, B, 337, Sherlock, Groves & £ Co Caen, Milky Way, B, 88, Wilson. Jones & Co Port Said, Coumoundouros ss, B, 944. Ohlemoth, Cory Havre, Primus ss, JB, 496, Harland, Hurley & Co Havre, Merthyr ss, JB, 511. Ebbett, B wllf a, Ooal Co Rio Janeiro, Acton ss, B, 1065, Young, Young & Co Havre. Black Swan ss, B, 411, Lawson, Tellefeen.& Co Roscoff, C E C G, B, 38, Kent, Morel Bros Singapore, Southern Ocean, B, 1188, Huxtable, X-enkins Malta. Free Lance ss, B, bl6, Pearce, COY oung & Co St Malo, Marie Ange, F, 274, Luen, Morel Bros St Jago de Cuba, Carl Adler, Nwy, 443, Neiluon, Al Krieger Batavia, Hendenborg, Swe, 796, Johann, S D Jenkins Bordeaux, Lucie, iiwe, 215, Petersen, Tellefsen j
S WAN SEA—ARRIVALS SOUTH DocK-Pee 16. Prince of Wales ss, 71, Jackson. Bristol, sundries Boreal, 239, Balhelet, Bordeaue pitwood Annie Holland, 127, Jones, Rotterdam, spelter. Leonida, 461, Langhirs, »"Sund3vai, timber SOUTH DOCK-Dee 17. Oriental, 270, Dupin, Honfleur, ballast Vectig, 73. Walters, Portmadoc, ballast Clipper, 98, Foster, Trouviile, ballast Balder, 162, Ancell, Bordeaux, pitwood Sea Flower BS, 73, Ovfens, Cardigan, ballast SOUTH Doc&-Dee 18. Raymond, 167, Devanne, Caen, ballast NORTH DOCK—Dec*li6. j Sagittaire, 139, Jan, Bordeaux, pitwcod Ludolfina Gautina, 155. Sahaan, Drontheim, copper ore J A Barrow, 130, Crewdson, Barrow, pig iron Victor Marie, 99, Halgond, Nantes, fiauir Diadem, 285, Stevens, Port Nollotb, copper ore J Annie ii Elliott, 614, Hernahan, Betts 40ove, copper ore jj NORTH I)OCK-Dec 17. j Snowdrop as. 431, Clark, Rouen, light Fusilier as, 220, Chester, Rouen, light Agnes. 79, Benean, Nantes, flour U Larsing, 95, Thomas, Gloucester, flour Beata, 207, Johansen, Honfieur, ballast James & Ellen, 189, Brown, Weymouth, ballast Emilie, Nantes NORTH DOCK—Dec IS. Uganda 8i1, 188, Pettitt, Rouen. ballast SAILINGS. 1 SOUTH DOCK, Dec 18. —TOM ROPER, Armstead, Barrow. BESSIE ARNOLD, Dodd, Newry. ELIZABETA ANv, Vviiisov,, Douglas. VESSELS CLELRZD-Dee 15. Denia, Ocean Hanger, b. 423 coal, Hartwell Morice Madeira, Hollywood, B, 495 coal, Ocean Steam Co Nantes, Georges & Charles, F, 130 coal, Richards & Co, Lim Caen, Progres se, F, 300 coal, Graieola Co Rouen, Gazelle ss, B, 750 coa1, E W Cook Rouen, Sophia Margaret, B, 148 coal, Griffith Thomas New York, Frank Marion, US, ballast VESSELS CLEARED—Dec 18. Marseilles, Atalanta ss, Swe, 1000 p fuel, Graigola Co Leghorn, Brigneti, Iy, C80 coal, 20 p fuel, D Ladd Sables, Josephine, F, 210 coal, Livingston & Co Nantss, C'ementine, F. 190 coal, Livingston & Co Jersay. Nenus. B, 50 coal, U Jones & Bro x Carrizal, Alpha, B. 175 coal, 103 coke. 91,000 fire bricks, 12,000 barrels mining powder, J oge, Ford & Co Trouville, Uganda ss, JP>, 340 coal, Dynevor Coal Co Rouen, Jb usilier ss, B, 400 coal, D Nicol VESSELS ENTERED OUTWAltDs-Dee 15. Trouville, C H S, B, 223, Adams, M Jones & Bros Marseilles, M Moxham ss, B. 676, Hodgson, Poingdeatre Caen, Progres ss, F, 168, Auffret, Poingdestre & Mesnier Bona, Celestine, F, 199, Beaujean, Poingdestre Bona, Marguerite. F, 156, Jugault, Poingdestre Bona, Zephir, F, 208, Laplace, Poingdestre, & Mesnier Regneville, Cesarine, F, 63, Lecocq, Poingdestre VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARDS—Dec 18. Rouen, Fusilier ss, B, 220, Chester, W H Thomas & Co TrouviUe, Uganda liS, B, 188, Pettitt, W H Thomas Huelva, Titania, B, 199, Giles, H Hoskin Caen, Clara, B, 192, Reee, Thomas, Lewis, James &«Co Nantes, Clementine, F, 117, Garrec, Thomas & Rosser Sables d'Olonne, Josephine, F, 123, Giequand, Thomas (feRosser „ Dakar, W H B, B, 186, Jones, D Jones
NEWPORT—ARRIVALS. OLD DOCK—Dec 16. Parisian, 84, Gulllard, Pont I'Abbe, pitwood Achille Celestine, 184, Laland, Nantes, pitwood OLD DOCK—Dec 17.. Amelie, 103. Leban, Nantes, flour Glorie, 99. Bouilly, Auray, pitwood Ville de Lucon, 111, Carlope, Bordeaux, pitwood Henreuse Marie, 78, Layec, Bordeaux, pitwood ALEXANDRA DocK-Dee 16. Lady Havelock, 447, Boyd,Plymouth, ballast ALEXANDRA DOCK—Dec 17. Celeste, 69, Grenier, River, light RIVER-Dee 16. Providence, 37, Bosley, Bristol, light Nelson. 26, Cock, Bmtol. light Neath Trader, 37, Churchill, Bristol, light Union, 32, Browning, Bristol, lignt Alpha. 26, Woodman. Bristol, light Teesdaless, 191, Longstaff. Newhaven, light Clevedon ss, 89, Moorhed, Bridgwater, light Velocity, 45, Davies, Bristol, light St Decumans ss, 80. Beddis, Watchet, iron ore Swan PS, 482, Lewes, Whitehaven, iron ore Leopard ss, 41, Brooks, Highbridge, light J Milton, 90, Toms, Bristol, light Flora, 45, Hall, Bridgwater, light Friends, 36, Bown, Bridgwater, light Lucinda, 59, Wadmore, St Valery, potatoes Marquis ss, 68. Windows, Bristol, general Moderator ss, 55, Williams, Bristol, general John, 26, Hole, Watchet, iron ore John, 55, Allen, Bristol, light John, 21. Downes, Bristol, lignt Prince Albert. 53, Hurt. Bristol, light Sea Flower, 12, Allen, Chepstow, light Aaenora, 23, Weeks, Chepstow, light Edgar, 69, Cam, Gloucester, light Thomas & Ann, 71, Driscoll, Cork, pitwood RivzR-Dee 18. Dolphin, 41. Stephens, Weston, light Flower of the Severn, 27, Guy, Bristol, light Prince of Wales, 50, Winfield, Bristol, light Richard & Emily, 85, Guy, Highbridge, light Julia, 69, Farthing, Highbridge, light Victoria, 16, Morgan, Bristol, light