GELLIGAER. WELSH BAPTISTS.—On Monday evening the children and choir at Horeb Welsh Baptist Chapel gave an entertainment to a large attend- ance. Mr David Thomas was the conductor.
VALUABLE DI^COVWTV FOR TH: HAIR.—IF your ;.air is turning grev or white, or falling' off, use The Mexican Ilair Renewer," for it will positively restore in every case Grey or White hair" to its original colour, without leaving the disagreeable smell of most Res- torers." It niaVes the hair charmingly beautiful; as well as promoting- the growth of the hair on ba'd spots, where the glands are not decayed. Ask your Chemist for "TilE MEXICAN HAIR RENEWER," prepared by HENRY C. GALLUP, 493, Oxford-street, London, a.nd sold by Clusinists and Perfumers everywhere at 3s 6d per Bottio. 30579 v. ILJLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS. sense, ever the best of ail learning, becomes invaluable when its practice will re .ovate broken health and rein- stale roundness, strength, nnd vigour, bummer is the season for removing coughs, shortness of breath, wheezing, asthma, and all pulmonary diseases inflicted on the delicate and careliss by our rigorous winters, and Hoiloway's remedies are the means of ejecting a happy transition from danger to safety. After the harassed chest i;as been fomented with sea-water or weak brine, and dried, this Ointment should be wed rubbed into the skdi, botli in lr lit an 1 behind, between the blade-bones. Ilodowa.v's Pills should be takn to correct any func- tional irregularity they will make each oreran conform tn Teouiremen
THE GREAT DISASTER ON THE THAMES. The loss of the Princess Alice, in the Thames, on the 3rd of beptember last, farmed the subject of a jnd c al decision on Tuesday. The Princess Alice into collision wita u.. steamer Bywell Castie. and the Admiralty Couit held that the latter w is guilty of contributory negligence. Against this the owners of the Bywell Castle ap- pealed, and the Lord Justices have held that the Princess Alice was alone to bla-i.e.
COMMERCIAL SALES. JOHNSTON, MILES, AND CO., CARDIFF, IMPORTERS OF AMElUCAN AND CANADIAN PRODUCE, OFFER FOR SALE- BACON. St) Boxes of Cumberland Cut, Stiles' brand, 291b avg. 455 Boxes of Cumberland Cut, Small's brand) 291b avg. 0 Boxes of Welsh Cut Singed Sides, 501b avg. 25 Boxes of Welsh Cut Scalded Sides, John- ston, Miiea, & Co.'s brand, 421b avg. 25 Boxes (f New York City Bellies, lllb av. HAMS. 20 Boxes Stiles' Preston Cut. 41545
IONEI MARKET. LONDON, TUESDAY EVENING. T i>c a mtes have shown no change. 1 per ce t is L'è general charge for best month's bills, with exc^n'ional transactions at i per cent. Short and day-to-day loans are negotiated at about i per cent. writish Funds.—Consols, 97f, J do Account, 97 8; New, 97, I Reduced, 97j, Indian Government Securities.—India Stock (1880), 102J. 3; do (1888), 104J, g. Miscellaneous.—Metropolitan Board of Works, 1021, 2, i. Colonial Government Securities. -Cape of Go d Hope, 41 per cent, account, 99. Foreign Stocks, Bonds, <fec.— Bolivia, account, 85| Chilian (18-42), 4!); do (1858), account, 52 £ do (1867)67^ do (1873), account, 57^ Egyptian Unified, 48i, g, account, 4S| do Preference, account, 72^ do State Domain, account, 7G c 4 account, n: do State Doma.in account, 7G Russian (18(12), 84 £ do f 1873), 815; Turkish (1858), 24 do (18<i2), 20 do General Debt, llf, ftccouuC, llg to 11|; io (1809), account, 14 £ do (1871), 55J, account, 56j. Rail ways-Ordinal y Shares.—Caledonian, 94i, 5, account 94§, i, b i, § Great Eastern, account, 58h, J, 8, Great Western, account, Hi to 943 London and Briglitii A, account, L08. J, J, n, 8 London ana Chatham, account, 24i. J, i- t. :3, London and North Western, acconnt,142, i, 1, j, 1, Manchester and Shef- 1, 1, 1, 1 -Nlztucliester and Shef. field, account, 7,5-,4, J, J, 4;t, 1 Metropolitan, account, 116, log, 14f, 15; Millanl. account, 12-11, Š, 61, n; North Brici-h, account, 75, i ii i North Eastern, 130 £ account, 130 £ 29|, 30, 29g, £ South Eastern Pref., 140^, 3i)|, h 83. Railwavs.—British Possessions.—East Indian, 125 to 124g—account, 1251, j, i. 5. i Telegraphs.—Anglo-American, Preferred, ac- count, 85 to 85i. Banks.—City, account, 14; London and Pro- vincial, 11 National Provincial of England, ac- count, 65; Union of London, account, 32. British -Niiiie,Great Laxey, Account, 1.5. Foreign Mines.—Cape C'n; per, Account, 28; Colorado. l; London and California, Account, g. Gas.—G« Light and Coke, 5 percent, Prefer- encet 5th issue; 1(J, Tramway*.—City of Beunos Ayres, 5J Dublin, Account, 14J, 14; Glasgow, 10J Liverpool, 12J; North Metropolitan, Account, 15, i; Tramways Union, Account, 6;f.
DAILY STOCK AND SHARE LIST. SlippiieU L>V Alc-bis. iiiAvJKiliiiA i. č :AJ.t;, Stock iUJ'i :1,,>1'0. iiroktrs, 1, j:r..vu, V "ce, Cardiif; RAILWAYS. Paid Prices JtocK Ureal H extern 1911)0 34 95 London and Norm Western.100 l-A- 143 Momuouui&Uiie 100 1^9 Midland 100 .127 las (f Rhymney 100 — 15J 15*2 50 Severn aii.i 1> 1e a'J 16 13 Stock Tall Vale 1W ..il3 ul5 PREFERENTIAL Stock Cambrian Lai'idloes Nol 5 p.c 100 ..110 115 „ Do Machynlleth .No. I Pref 100 ..110 115 Stock Great Western Consul. 5 p.c.100 ..124} 125.^ 11 Monmouthshire 0 per cent .100 ..llj 121 12 Do New. eonvei tib.e (i 11 III 10 PembioUu ft Tenby 5 p.c.. IStH 10 5 6 Stock Kliymiipy 5 per cent (jnia) .100 ..119 121 Do t> per cent. 1801 .100 ..154 lo7 Do 5 per cent, 1861 .100 _J15 117 Do 5 per cent. 1804 .100 ,.114 llf! Do o per cent. 1804 .100 ..138 143 „ Do ;> per cent, 1867 .100 113 114 >t Do u per cent, 1873 10 llj 11 j 20 S«vcrn ami U'j e 4J p.c 2Q1 18 10 5J ti stoek Tall V lie No 1 100 ..Sl3 215 7 n lJv 4 j per cent, J00 ..108 109 xd Do per cent 100 ..119 120 xd AND LEASEL) 60 Al>erilare, 10 [n-r cent 50 ..118 120 20 Uolefot\l, Mou., ami Usk, 5 p. c. 20 ..23 23J 8loo't Dare Vai.ev, 5 ]>. c 100 ..117 lie1 xd Ely V 1p- C. 100 -.122 195 n Gre.t 5 per ct. tua) 100 ..128 129 I I e, ilay & Brecon 100 9 93 xd Do. do Pref..100 924 u:i* xa IJantus ant & TalT Vale, 5 p.c. 100 ..117 119 xd Mancliy Ky. am) Dk. Oriiy 100 ..136 138 | Do lio A Preference 100 ..137 139 I>o. do. B 0 p. c. do 100 .137 139 „ 100 1,9 132 „ 1 'o. j nor cent 100 115 117 80 Penartli, llarbi)ur, Dock, & Kail 100 ..113 115 Stock So") to Dorset Path ICxtension) 100 78 80 DEiSfcNTURlS STOCKS Stock Cam'oriivi 5 p.e.f lieu "Existing 1804 100 ,.K9 111 xd „ Do Do "Henewed" 1864 100 ..103 107 xd „ Hereford, Hay, and Jirecon S jcr cent 100 ..123 124 xd Great W estern 5 ditto 100 ..j.27 1?9 xd „ Midland 4 per cent 100 ..10(5 1U7 xd 44 ditto 100 ..Iio 112 xd lUiyimi.'v 4 ditto 100 ..100 102 xd Somerset and Dorset 5 c>o. No. i 100 _119 120 Tall Vale 4 i>.c 100 ..101 103 xd BANKS. 20 Bristol West of England, Urn. a.. 7J li 100 Glamorganshire Bankins Co. 100 _140 145 10 Glaiuoruanshire 10 14 Hi 10 1." ndou and Provincial Lim 5 11't 12 60 National Provincial 21 65 I to National Provincial 12 bT 39 I 10 Nortn and South Wales 10..27 28 xl SO Swansea (Limited). J 8 Si >v i!ts ami Dorset 10 36 37 GAS. 10 Aberdare „ 10 „ 10 101 Stock Bristol 100 ..173 1-4 Stock Cardilf A 10 per cent.100 ,.178 182 Do li 8 per cent 1C0 ,_140 145 25 Do Siiares 7 per cent 25 30 ?3 10 UVllvi Vallev 10 10 11 Stock Newport A 100 ..175 180 Do B 100 130 135 10 Do. C 17 19 20 25 Swansea 10 per cent 25 — — 25 Swansea 7 i per cent 25 — — GAS AND WATER. 10 Bridgend 10 «. 9 10 Stools D'O. Deb. Stock 100 ..100 101 xd Fontypooi l.JIux. 10 p.c.) .10' ..140 150 IS Do. ( (io. ) IS 16 18 10 1),,),7p- c.) 10 10 12 10 Ystrad 10 20 21 WATERWORKS. 25 Bristol 25 „ 0 103* Stock Carditl 100 ..2;0 2-0 „ L),) 18(;0 100 -170 180 10 N'cvr ti 11 13 Stock Neati. 10 ner Ct. Guaranteed 100 ..190 195 10 Do, 5 |>er Ct. Preference 10 91 lOt 10 ^Newport 10 16 IN 10 Do New 7 12 14 Stock Pontvpiidd 5 ner Ct. Pref 100 _105 109 MISCELLANEOUS Stock Alexandra l\> k, 6 p. C., Pref. 100 ..110 1?0 Ditto 8 p. c., Pref. 100.120 130 10 Bristol and South Wales Waynn Co.. Limited 4 6i 6J 10 Caidnf Kesuiurant Co., LUll. 10 5 6 25 Cardiff Workmen C'ottace Co. 25 31 S2 10 Cardilf and Swansea Coiiiet-Y9 i 1 t3 Ebbw Vale 20 i 1. iO G-«ui'ester Wayon Company 10 5} 6 6 Great Western Colliery a „ — — b D". Preference 100 Do l'ebentures 100.. — — 10 Milford Dock 10„ 14 21 4 Mwyndy Iron Ore, Limiteit 3* i Ii 100 Nantyu :o allÜ DJailla Iron Works. Pref 100 16 18: 5 Neath Tnimways 5 1 1J 10 Newnort Abercani Colliery 10 4 44 6 Do Tran nvavs 6 3 4 20 Patent JNut & Holt, !.nn 14 19 20 t60 Rhyainev Iron, Limiteu 50 Ii) \15 Do. New I b23 W Swansea M SliiDowners 40 19 20 10 Do. Sliipl)i,ii (i li 2 10 110 Tramway 10 7 74 10 Do. WTUfim Aorks xij 1 1*2 25 South Wales Colliery 24 1J 60 Tredegar Iron b Coal A Lnn. 24 V. 11 13 25 Do Do. B Lim 26 113 18 Hank rate 2 Der cent, (since 10th AprilJ BUYERS Newport Abe: carn Colliery Shares Rhvniiiey ii Guaranteed, and Debentures Vale l.'ailway Stock and Preferences. 4c &c SELLERS— Lo-i iln and Provincial Bank Shares Swa uea BanK Sh-res A < nC:ra 1)( k Orifriual and Preference Stocks Oloucesrer Watro'.i Shares Peun'-th o -f D-'ck and Thi" hare«. & THACKERAY & SAYCE. CARDIFF. Ju y 15. 1879. 158
The unices of the YYVA KBIXOR. otUie SOUTH WALWI DATLT >'KWS are at i7, xVv*liB:iou/L iTOui^B. WALBHOOK, E.C, All comiiimiicaiioH!# ukcuqed fo> our'' Monetary and Commercial c&uninS shout i be sent there before 4p.m., SO as appear nexu.da>. HERBERT RAKE, STOCK BROKER. 0»7ci:-iiANK liCJILDINGS, SWANSEA. L- ROBERTS AND LYDDOK, s»iu»_iv AND SUAHi'j UitOKElW, 17, CHULLCH STREET AND VIENNA CHAMBERS, BUTE DOCKS, CARDIFF. 8620 PURCHASE AND SALE OF STEAMSHIP SHARK NEGOTIATED, STOCK AND SHARE BROKER-C J AStOX, 7 Angei-court, rhioamorton-street. London E C SPECIAL INVESTM EN is ENGLISH CONSOLS, Cert'flcate-, payable to bearer, with interest Coupons attached, for amounts ol £ 50, £ 100 £ 200 £ >iOO and £ 1,000 The,, are the most couvenientTnd ^ab e form of security for country and small investors Investments in High Claas Bondi n and Preference Stocks, also in Railways, Tramways, Telegraphg, Banks, Mines, American and Miscellaneous Home Securities. 1 Speculative accounts opened upon deposit of subatan. tbl aecurity. Monthly Pocket Liston application. v, useful cgrnplnon to Investors and SDeculatorg.42112 RAILWAY TRAFFIC RETURNSL iOii THE PAST WEEK. 1879 1873 In. De *• P., IL £ South eastern 4088; 4 0160 227 London. Brisrhton. & S. C 3; 0 .) 3t)°48 2309 "Man wants but little here below," but he can't get 011 without W. F, NICHOLLS and Co'A TOBACCOS. TO Be had of respectable tobacconists, and at 20, St. Mary Street. Cardiff; 9, Castle-street. Swansea; or 72. Pine Now York. 4oaai
LATEST MARKETSI CORN. COWBRIDQA CORN MARKET, Tuesday. —Best wheat, per bushel, 5a 3d inferior, 5s oats, white, 2s lOd to 38 Id do. black, 2a 9d to 3s. Very few home samples on offer. LIVERPOOL CORN MARKET, Tuesday. — The tone of the wheat trade waa strong, and the de- mand good. Prices were Id to 2d per cental dearer than on Tuesday last. Flour firm. Indian corn in fair request, at a further advance. New mixed American closina 4s 4d per cental. Weather dull to-day, and unsettled since Friday. IroLl. VORN MARKET, Tuesday.-To-day there was a small show of English wheat, and owing to continuance of bad weather, market was in an excited condition, farmers asking very high rates. An advance of 3s to 4s must be quoted white made 51s to 56s per quarter red, 47s to 50s. Barley 6d to Is dearer tor all kinds. Oats, beans, and peas also dearer. CATTLE. COWBRIDGE CATTLE MARKET, Tuesday.—There was a very small market both of fat cattle and of sheep. Some good pigs were sent in. Quota- tations :—Best fat cattle (per lb), 81d second do, 7d to 8d. Cows and calves, £14, EIS, £ 20. Best fat sheep, 101 second, 9d fat lambs, lOd. Fat calves, 8d. Pigs, two months old, 16s to 20s three months, 20"1 to 28s six months, 50s to 60s light porkers. 10s heavy do, 9s. SALFORD CATTLE MARKET, Tuesday. The supply of both beasts and sheep was larger to-day, and included about 200 Spanish and 150 Canadian beasts, and 4,000 foreign sheep. There was ;t fiir demand for the best sorts at about late rates, but middling and inferior animals coul 1 be bought at a considerable reduction. Trade ruled slow for sheep and lambs, and prices were lower. Foreign sheep shared in the general dullness, and they were offered at prices ranging from 8^d to 9d per lb. Trade in calves was dull, and prices easier. Beef, first quality, Sid second. 7<1 to I; third, 6d to 7id; mntton. 8id to 9d; lambs, 9!1 to 10^d veal. 7d to 8^1 per lb. PROVISIONS. COWBRIPGE PROVISION IARKET, Tuesday. — Best fresii butter, lid per Ib eggs, 7d per dozen fowls, 3. 6 1 to 4s 6d per couple; ducks, 7s per couple. Best cheese, 8d per Ib; other qualities, 6d to 7 d. PRODUCE. LONDON PRODUCE MARKET, Tuesday.—Sugar ,ar —firm market. Crystallised at auction realised fully 6i a ivance. Baw descriptions exhibit nearly the same improvement. Coftee sales passed off with a g:iod demand at Is to 2s advance. Cocoa auctions realised about former values. Tea- small quantity new season's sold down to 11¡1 to 111. Enst India Imligo sales firm for Tirhoot other kinds generally dull. Rice unaltered. Cotton market flat. Jute inactive. Tallow un- altered. LIVERPOOL PRODUCE MARKET, Tuesday.—Sugar strong. Coffee firm at advanced rates. Rice steady. Nitrate of soda, 14s 9d to 15s. Palm oil—Honny, £ 2 8s. Rosin, 43 3d for common. Spirits of turpentine, 23, to 23 3d. Lar i, 31s 6 1 to 32s. Petroleum steady, at 6.Jd. Tallow, 30s to 32s for Nortlis. BUTTER. WHITLASD PUTTER MARKET, Tuesday.—There was a fair supply of butter in the mark. t. Prices much the same as last week. In casks, 8J i per lb, and in two or three cises for some very choice selections, 8^1 were paid. CORK BUTTER MARKET, Tuesday. —Ordinary —Firsts, 8's: seconds, 71s: thirds 638; fourths, Dos superfine, GIs., Mild cured :-firits, 80s; seconds, 73s; thirds, 69s. Kegs- firsts, 3s over seconds 3s over. Mild kegs—ifrsts, 5s over. 1,843 firkins in market. f SUGAR. CLYDE CRUSHED £ UGAR MARKET, Tuesday.— Market continues quiet..Moderate business done. WOOL. COWBRIDJE WOOL MARKET. Tuesday. -Bilsi- ne-s was ,'O:le to--lay at the following prices Teg, lOd; fleece, Ud; lamb, 8d to 9d. A large quantity of wool change'! hands. HAY AND STRAW. COWBRIDGE HAY AND STRAW MARKET, Tuesday. Pest hay in 1 ick. 55s to 60s per ton inferior do, no buyers. The prospects of the hay crop this summer are generally bad, and inach is already spoile I, and what is secured is exceedingly bad hoirie.,Ie;tfl, Straw, per loa i. 30s to 32s per ton reeds, 15s per cwt. LONDON HAY AND STRAW MARKET, Tuesday.— Moderate supplies at market, aud trade firm, at the following :-Inferior hav, 40s to 70s; best do, 75s to 94s; inferior clover, 85s to 95s best do, 100s to 112s straw, 303 to 40s per load. M..TAIS. LONDON METAL MARKET, Tuesday.—Copper— The Wallaroo offered at auction to-i:ay was with- drawn at Good ordinary Chili quoted at £54. Market vt-ry dull. Tin steady foreign on the spot. £ü4 15s to JSu5. Etiglisii ingots, Bo4. Shelter, £ 13 log to jei4. Lead unaltered. Scotch pig-iron, IO-; 3d cash. Quicksilver, £ 6. GLASGOW PIG IRON MARKET. Tuesday.—Mar- ket steady. Business done at 40; 2,1 and 40, 3d cash; closing nominally at 40s 3 cash.
CLEVELAND IRON MARKET. MIDDLESBOROUGH. Tuesday. — The market was thinly attended, and business continued stagnant, though prices .i-eio no more than last week. Makers quoted 33s, less one per cent, for No. 3 G.M.B's, and 33s 6 1 for No. 1. but only a few were selling. Connals' stocks to-day amounts to 79,900 tons. Messrs Jackson, Gill, and Company. of the Inii erial Ironworks, Southbank, near Middlesborough, have suspended payment through depression and f,ilure of other people to meet engagements. The shareholders will meet next Wednesday. Here Mr Suthers, of Guisborough, is laying down Kessemer plant to make steel cast- ings, and will turn out 800 or 900 tons per week. T:.e plate makers have done a little more this week, and prices are rather firm at £5 per week. There are comparatively few firms left to do the work. Coal trade exceedingly quiet. Prices weaker.
SOUTH WALES TIDE TABLE. CARDIFF. SWANSEA.* NEWPORT July Morn:EvenjHghtjMorn EVCI !Hg!Jifornl Evei H"ht 14 M 1 4a 2 2624 6 1 1 1 4117 6 1 57 2 318 7 15 T 3 2 3 4025 5 2 19 2 5&18 5 3 lCf 3 4819 7 IS W 4 17 4 5227 2 3 31 4 319 11 4 25 5 021 8 17 T 6 21 5 45 28 10 4 31 4 54 21 4 5 29 6 53 23 6 18 F 6 8 6 3330 5 5 17 5 4122 7 6 16 6 4125 4 19 S 6 54 7 15 31 2 6 2 6 22 22 6 7 2 7 23 26 3 20 S 7 34 7 5232 6 6 40 6 59 23 7 7 42 8 027 10 21 M 8 13 8 3233 6 7 20 7 3924 5 8 21 8 4028 11 North Dock hail-tide Basin ail!.
VESSELS SIGNALLED AT THE SWAN- SEA BAY SIGNAL STATION. SWANSEA, Tuesday.—Wind SW. Weather fine. Steamers Express, of Hayle; Ogmore, of Hayle.
VESSELS SIGNALLED AT THE LIZARD. THE LIZARD, TLiesday.-Wind W, fresh. "Weather tine. Barometer 29'8. Passed Zasi- morning—Priscilla, of Chester Louis, of Bremen, from Iquique, for Falmouth North German Lloyd's steamer Rhein, from New York, for Southampton. Afternoon-2allisto, of Sunder. land Gerhardine, of Hamburg, from Santos— both for Falmouth Angelo, of Genoa, from New York, for Plymouth; Mozart, of Bremen. Passed West morning — Bessie Row, of Carntrvou; yachts Neagh, of Cowes Rainbow, of Dartmouth Sirex, of Gainsborough Lutzburg, of Norden Leopoldine. of Hamburg; steamers Rallus, of Cork North Eastern, of Hull; Arago, of Liver- pool Thursby, of Fleetwood. Afternoon— Alexia, of Holbeck; Griinaldo, of Genoa; Mechanic, of Harwich Connaught, of St John's; steamers Silisilla Diadem, of London.
MOVEMENTS OF SOUTH WALES VESSELS. North Devon ss arrived St Nazaire Monday. Richard Anning ss left Bremerhaven Monday, for Cardiff. Black Watch ss left Rouen Tuesday, for Penarth Roads. Hero ss left Dantzic Tuesday, for Calais. Llanarthen ss passed Malta Tuesday, for Altona. Rosebud S3 arvd Rochefort Monday, from Newport. St Aubin ss passed Constantinople Monday, for G alatz. Whitehall sa left Malta Monday, for Alarseilles. Campanil ss arrived Bilbao Monday, from Cardiff. Somorrostro ss arvd Bilbao Monday, from Cardiff. Gabalva ss arrived Bilbao Monday, from Cardiff. Fifty Nine ss arvd Odessa Monday, from Genoa. Sallie ss was expected to leave H< ufleur Tuesday, for Penarth Roads. Cornishman ss passed Constantinople Monday, for Malta. Cardiff ss passed Constantinople Monday, for Malta.
LATEST ARRIVALS IN PENARTH ROADS. CARDIFF, Tuesday.—Jupiter, 286, ballast; Olivia. 778, timber Scoreaby ss, 609, ballast; Surmise. 40, potatoes; Brazilian, 159, Btone; Nellie 79, ballast; E.i.se, 305, ballast: Rescue. 45: ballast. OA ROIFf—AJlKiyALS. ROATH B46IM, JuTy iS.^Mnifchire ss, 424, Portland, light. MeVedttQ 88, 634, Newport, Hffnt. EAwr" BCt& Docs, JU).Ód!lOn, 28?, Bordeaux, ballast. Brothers, 111), Plymouth, ballast, Nellie, 281, Liverpool, salt* Hod by SLfi}<V lb, Duddon, iron 1^3' ^uildQU, iron, ore. Ocean Belle, rV 0!' 1 w"' r^' 1^5, Workington, iron. Clnffock, 81, WorHngton, pig iron. Rapid, 106, Woi k- T-nV"li m°' Benita, 120, Whitehaven, iron ore. Jane Koper, 93, Duddon, iron ore. Holv Wath, 98, Dud- Duddon, iron ere. Eliza, i;tv? r i r °rek™Lom Bute SS 466. Liverpool, light, Lon,ri.ey Lass, ,36, BiiOgvvater l irht Edirar 69 Bridgwater, lixht. Ergo, 569, Newrv ballast WEST BI TE DOCK, July 15 — Llarthlew 70 « ore. M McWiliiaui, Barrowf^on' Ire S^otTi ^"4? Ballyness, bo-- ore. Saucy Lass, 38, Jersey o Swan, 61, Jersey, potatoes. Frank, 95, Plymouth ballast" Jane, 318, Tarragona, ballast. Li y, 76, L™ck' WM Clara & Jessie, 74, Dublin, ballast. New Fancy' £ » Clare, ballast. J' PBNARTU DOCK, July 15.-Stan&, rd 118, 1074 Darnell London, light. ENTERED OFTW ARDS-July 15. Lisbon, Annie Stuart, B, 98, Gatt, J R Davies Trouvilie, Wm D-. e-. B, 186, Hayward, J R Davies Bombay, Royal George, B, 1458, Arendrup, E C Downing Saloniea, Arranmore ss, B, 895, Sibthorpe, Marychurch Gibraltar, Standard ss, B, 1047, Darnell, Pyman, Watson 4ncoiia, Dora Ann, B, 588, Lloyd, E Jones & Co Monte Video, Kate Melick, B, 759, Eraser, Jones, Heard Bordeaux, Beaulieit, F, 76, Leport, Morel Bros Bordeaux Leontine, F, 80, Guezeilier, Morel Bros C run "a Alexis, F, 129, Coi-elic, Morel Bros Copenhagen, Norden, Nwy, 213, Halvorsen, Tellefsen, Copenhagen Theodcr, Nwy, 224, Johnnr.eseen, Tellefsen, Rio Janeiro^ City 0/ Brooklyn, US, 1745, Hermann, Barnes, Guthr e & Co Corfu, Antonino, Iy, 273, Cacace. M Stnna Singapore, Attivo, Iy, 701, Rapally, M Strina Marseilles, Fanny Clothilde, F, 114, Daniel, Morel Bros Genoa, Topaze ss, B, 1265, Corfield, Young & Christies CLEARED-July 15. „ „ Cape de Verds, Oberon ss, B, 1100 coal, Ocean Ceal Co Jamaica, Clansman, B, 610 coal aud 13 coke, Powell Duffryn St Nazaire, Ardanmoor ss, B, 850 coal, Gueret Valencia, Lord Bute ss, B, 450 coal, COO p fuel, Davis, Fry Trinidad, Hibernian, B, 139 coal, 99 p fuel, Crown Pre- serv. d Coal Co Sab!es d'Olonne, Greta ss, B, 700 coal, Perch & Co Martinique, Marie Charlotte, F 5-10 eoal, Bocande & Co AlarStdiSes, Fanny Clothilde, F, 200 (KIal Ocean Coal Co B ,r eutts, Leontine F, 133 p fuel, Star Fuel Co Bordeaux, S^iiieu, F, 120 coal, Gueret Can-ii j F. Sou. 160 coal. 10 coke. Jones. He&txi ti logram ManUla, Trinidad, Son, 000 eoal, Uaosanoe A Oo Singapore, Esmeralda, Ger, 1050 coal, H Worms & Co Teneriffe, Wega, Ger, 470 coal, Ocean Coal Co Aspinwall, Helvetia, Nwy, 643 coal, D Davis & Sons Barcelona, Isaak, Russ, 588 coal, Cory Bros Salonica, Arranmore as, B, 300 bar iron, Llynvi Co 300 bar iron, Dowlais Co 40 bar iron, Marychurch & do IMPORTS-July 15. Liverpool, Nellie, 204 salt, Tennant & Co Duddon, Hodbarrow Miner, 213 iron ore, Rhymney Co Duddon, F Stonard, 213 iron ore, Rhymney Co Duddon, Ocean Bella, 120 iron ore, Rhymney Co Workington, Jewel, 320 pig iron, Rhymney Co Workington, Cloffock, 170 pig iron, Rhymney Co Workington, Rapid, 195 pig iron, Rhymney Co Whitehaven, Benita, 229 iron ore, Rhymney Co Duddon, Jane Roper, 171 iron ore, Rhymney Co Duddon, Holy Wath, 205 iron ore, Rhymney Co Duddon, L Dingle, 125 iron ore, Rhymney Co Bristol, Eliza, 70 burnt ore, Tennant & Co Barrow, Llarthlew, 130 iron ore, Forest Co Barrow, M McWilliam, 164 iron ore, Forest Co Ballyness, Scotia, 92 bog ore, Gas Co Jersey, Saucy Liss, 25 potatoes, Baker Jersey, Swan, 27 potatoes, Shapland SWANSEA. ENTERED OUTWARDS—July 15. Madeira, Retriever, B, 183, Phillips, Phillips & Rees Granville, Welsh Girl, B, 59, Gillam, Eiirisjht & Co Regneville, Pauline, F, 53, Esnol, Poingdestre & Mesnier Regueville, Marie Eugenie, F, 94, Doguet, Poingdestre Nautes, Jean B Say ss, 197, Richard, E W Cook Cronstadt, Frank, Nwy, 307, Amesen, J Strick & Sons Seville, Gertrude s, B, 136, Tregarthen, Mason & Co St Malo, MLirie Ange, B, 274, Luen, Poingdestre & Mesnier La Ro'-htille and Bilbao, Morton ss, B, 2S2, Davies, Doran CLEARED—July 15. Ensenada, Julia, B, oal, D T Ladd Pernambuco, P-ttlititi-ler, B, 477 coal, Powell Duffryn Cronstadt, Annchen, Ger, 420 coal, Letricheux & David Retrneville, Marie Eugenie, F, 150 oal, 1000 bricks, Evans Lisbon, Raven, B, 290;ci>a.I, 56 copperas, and 9 tinplates, Burgess & Co IMPORTS—July 15. Nantes, via Bristol, Jean 11 Say ss, 300 bags wheat flour, Harvey & Co; 203 bags whe.it flour, B Higgins 5 cases potatoes, order NEWPORT. ENTERED OVTWARDS-July 15. Pernambuco, Valentine, F, 466, P; oustic, Moses & Co LLANELLY. CLEARED-July 15. Plymouth, Naiad, B, 13 pig lead, Nevdl, Druce & Co Cardig; n, Eliza Ann, B, 53 coal, Norton & Co NEATH. ENTERED OUT WARDS—July 15. Fecamp, Trocadero ss, B, 192, Forest, J F Williams CLE ARE 0—J uly 15. Hayle, Bessie, B, 390 coal, Dynevor Co Par, Crystal Stream, B, 200 coal, Dynevor Co Fecamp, Barrington ss, B, 400 coal, Dynevor Co Trep"rt, Lry Saunders, D, 160 coal, Dynevor Co New Quay, Ina Lass, B, 50 coal, M S Williams Portreath, Ogmore ss, B, 170 coal, Glyncorrwg Co Cherbourg, Relative, coal, Dynevcr Co BURRY PORT. SAILINGS. July 15,-Cde1., 92, Barrett, Ulverstone, 180 coal. Naiad, 134, Samuel, Plymouth, 215 coal.
WIND AND WEATHER CHART. The chart represents the western countries of Europe from No way to the coast of Portugal, and embraces Great Pritain and the British Isles. It also includes the North Sea or German OceolD the Bay of Biscay, the Mediterranean,the Atlantic, witk the English Channel, Bristol ChanneL and Irish Sea. EXPLANATION OJ CHART. The direction and force of the wind are shown by ar- rows drawn flying in the direction towards which the air if m0T!n £ The force is indicated by the number ol barbs and feathers on the arrows; thus means a light wind, a fresh to strong breeze,^ y a gale, •* a violent gale, while represents a calm. The shade temperatures at a large number of stations are given in figures (thus, 60), which are placed close to the position to which they refer. The weather prevailing at the time of the observation is noted in words printed in small type for the same localities as those for which the temperatures are entered. The condition of the sea is given in capital letters. Occasionally a few words are added to the top of the chart, exp.anatory of important phenomena which have occurred since the previous niornins'. REMARKS ON THE WEATHER. METEOROLOGICAL OFFICE, July 15th, 8 a.m. Weather remains dull and gloomv over Gre;,t Briiai;i and France this morning, with rain at a few stations in Ireland, however, the weather is fair, and in the Netherlands fine and bright. Rain fell in the north-east and south-east yesterday, and over our inland northern counties severe thunderstorms occurred. At Lutterworth more than an inch and a half of raiu fell in the course of 30 minutes," during a thunderstorm in the afternoon. Temperature shows some tendency to increase at our western and north-western sta- tions, but has fallen a little at some of the western ports and is still very low for the time of year all over our islands. The present readings vary from 51 degrees at our most northern stations to 56 de- grees in the south-west and 58 degrees in the south-east; the maximum readings yesterday varied from 60 degrees to G3 degrees over Eng- land generally, but 65 degrees was recorded at York. Wind is light northerly to north-westerly all over England and Ireland, north-easterly in Scotland. In France and Holland it is W to S.W., and blows a fresh to strong breeze in the Bay of Biscay. Sea is high at Rochefort and Toulon, moderate to small elsewhere. BAROMETRICAL INDICATIONS.—The depression noticed in our eastern counties yesterday is now off our east coast, and the barometer is rising over nearly the whole of our island. In the south-west of Ireland, however, it seems incline! to fall a little. The changes in pressure are still far from being indicative of settled weather, though a temporary improvement is likely in most places. Two P.M.—No important change has occurred since the morning.
FORECASTS FOR THIS DAY. (Issued by the Meteorological Office at 4 p.m.vesterdav) |North-eastexly wiuds, mode- 0, Scotland, N, .< rate cloudy, possibly some rain. 1 Scotland, E. Ditto. 2. England N.E i Vefy li8+lt variable winds cloudy but fair. 3. Eiigland, E. North-westerly to westerly UI< an, ( N winus, light; cloudy. /North westerly to south 4. Mid. Counties < westerly winds, light to 1 moderate cloudy, some u V rain, probably thunder. (westerly to south-westerly 5. Erjgl!iii(l, S* Lo"* winds, light to moderate don & Channel cloudy an< I close, afterwards I wet. 6. Scotland, W i Easterly winds, light: fair • ••• ( to cloudy. 7 England NW f South-westerly to south-east- and N.' Wales | FRIY to raode- rate; cloudy, fair generally. 8. England, S.W., j South-westerly winds, mode- and S. Wales rate to fresh some rain. Easterly to south-easterly 9. Ireland, N < winds, light; cloudy, some ( rain. ( Southerly ar.d southwesterly 10. Ireland, S < winds, licht to moderate; 1 some rain. Warnin,P. -None issued.
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. OITY BETTING. -YESTFITDAY. GOODWOOD STAKES. (2J miles. Run Wednesday, July 30th.) 11 to 2 agst Bay Archer, t 6 to 1 Exmouth, t 100 to 14 RylstGlle, t 100 to 14 — Ridotto, t 100 to 9 — Reefer, t & o 100 to 6 — Adventure, t 20 to 1 — Mistress of the Robes, t ST LEGER. (lni fifur 132yds. Run Wednesday, September 10.) 200 to 100 agst Wheel of Fortune, o 900 to 200 Sir Bevys, t 40 to 1 Visconti, t SBLKCTIOXS FROM THE SPORTING CLIPPER."—A—15; D—11 H—Bore N—7. Special—A—74 D-8: K—6; L—40. ADVT
CRICKET. SWANSEA TELEGRAPHISTS V. PCNTARDULAIS C.C.—This return match was played on Saturday last, and resulted in a victory for the visitors by 34 runs. Scores appended Telegraphists—P. Smith, 9 H. E. Poole, 7; B. Williams, 8; Gard, 21 J. Doggett, 13: G. Gray, 0; J. Drew, 2; T. Cliislett, 1; M. Jenkins, 5; G. Ward, 5 R. Adams, 5 extras, 13 total, 89. Pontardulais—D. Jones, 4; H. P. Boughton, 11; J. Robert, 10; H, C. B'. Lloyd, 2; H. Morris, 2; B. Belton. 0; D. Morris, 3; J. Davies, 0; G. Griffiths, 2; J. Williams, 8; W. l,ewis, 9; extras, 4; total, 55. CAWTON V. PONTYPHIDD..—This match was at Canton on Saturday, and ended in a draw." Score Canton A. Lewis, 4; T. P. Jones, 18; T> 1\?oney- 3' J. Neediiam, 5; P. Davies, 0: R. Porter, 19; T. Powderhill. 12; D. Davies, 35; D. Jones, 0; C. Clarke, 6; J. Donovan, 5 extras, 5-total, 112. Poiitupridd P. Dunn, 10- 1. D. L. Le vis, 2; G. A. Williams, 4; E. Morris, 1 W. L. Sleeman, 1-total 18.
"HOPKINS'S PURE BREAD'' Is made IN LARGE QUANTITIES, With Brewers' Barm, In the Old-fashioned Housekeepers' style, out of THE BEST FLOUR TO BE HAD FOR MONEY. Present price over the counter, per 41b. loaf, oid Delivered, 6d. ———— 42441 GEO. HOPKINS. HAYES.
CARDIFF. THE BIBLE SOCIETY.—The collection at the Bible Society meeting en Monday evening amoun- ted to £24, or;210 more than last year. THEFT BY A PENSIONER.—At the borough police- court on Tuesday-before the Mayor, Alderman D. Jones, and Mr J. W. Vachell—John Phillips, an old soldier, v as charged with having a coat, supposed to have been stolen, in his possession. A police-constable, on Monday, saw the prisoner offering, at the shop of Mr Simon Harris, a new mackintosh coat for sale. He was suspected of having stolen it, and was apprehended. When in custody he declared that he bought the coat last pension day. Mr Thomas Lewis, managing partner of the South Wales India Rubber Com- pany, Bute Docks, identified the coat as one that was taken from the shop door on Monday. Pri- soner now pleaded guilty. He said thai lie was 69 years of age, was in receipt of a pension, and had served in the army many year- The bench sent him to prison for one month with hard labour. GARDEN ROBBERY.—Two lads, of respectable appearance, named Marsh and Cook, were each fined Is nn i costs for stealing strawberries from the garden of Mr Richard Evans, Romilly-road,on Monday. KEEPING A HOUSE OF ILL- FAIIrl,Sopfiia Davie?, a married woman, was charged with keeping a house of ill-fame at No. 8, Sandon-place, on the 14th June. Mr Ensor appeared for the prosecu- tion. The evidence was given by P.C. Havdn, who went to the house on that day in private clothes for the purpose of finding out whether the defendant sold beer, and found that the house was used f >r immoral purpsse3. Inspector Tamblyn also gave evidence. When the case was heard in June the prisoner and her husband had left the town, and she as on Monday apprehended on a warrant. The bench fined the defendant klO and cost.?, or to go to prison for two mouths, with hard labour, I.O.G.T., PRINCE .LLEWELLYN LODGE.—An open mee ing of the above lodge was held on Fri- day, in Bethania schoolroom, Loudoun-square, P.W.U.T. Bro. Watts presiding. The choir of the" Cr ystal Spring Band of Hope," in connec- tion with the lodge, led by the superintendent, Bro. J. Powell, D.J.S., sang and recited several pieces in good style. The children were assisted by Mr F. Cavil and the Misses Smallridge, Jones, Young, and Davis. Miss Hook acted as accompanist. CARDJBV SCHOOL.—The annual Athletic Sports of this Scliool will be held in the Cardiff Bicycle Grounds, on We inesday, July 30th. Entries close for tit following events 011 Monday, July 21st. Old Boys' 120 yards handicap; Strangers' 120 yards scratch race; 3 miles Bicycle Race, kn lieap. The two list events oren to amateurs only. Entiance fce 2s. Entries to be 11 a Ie to G. B. Hughes, the School, Dumfries-place. 4^553 MAGNETISM V. DISEASE.—Mr George Baker, Medical Electrician, 56, Crockherbtown, forwards, gratis and post free, a most interesting pamphlet dealing with the subject of Magnetism as applied to the cure and relief of disease. (Advt.) 42004 EXCELLENT BLACK TEA, remarkable for strength and purity of flavour, one and eightpence per pound, may be obtained at Mason and Son's, Tea Merchants, 8, Stuart Hall, the Haves, Cardiff. 41764 CARDIFF BICYCLE GROUNDS. — To-day (Wed- nesday). Stanton, the renowned long-distance champion of the world, will compete against 10 of our local cracks, he will also ride a short scratch match against Edmund of Swansea, and there will be a dub handi- cap. On Saturday, iltll, Stanton will give Edmund 2 miles in 50 fora prize of £ 25, to be withheld unless best time 01] record (3 hours 6 minutes) is beaten. Prices as usual. Commence each day at 3.30 p.m. The prog-ramme for Bank Holiday and Wednesday following are now ready to be had on application to W. H. Hutchins, 17, St Mary-street. Events comprise bicycle and walking- races. 42485 CAUTION TO SMOKERS !—W. F. Nicholls and Co., of St. Mary-street, Cardiff, 9, Castle-street, Swansea, and 72, Pine-street, New York. are the only Manufacturers of the "Admiralty Smoking Mixture," registered. To be htd of respectable tobacconists, and at above addresses. 4065S DELICIOUS BREAKFAST BACON, mill in flavour, second to none, fourpence per pound. Fine new crrass Butter, a shilling per pound, at Mason and Son's, Pro- vision Merchants, 8. Stuart Hall. the Ilayes, Cardiff. 41765
PENARTH. THE DROWNING CASE.—An inquest was held on Tuesday, befoie Mr Grover, on the body of Lawrence Lawrenson, lio was drowned in the dock on Monday night. Deceased belonged to the ss Madgeburg and he went on board about 11 o'clock and relieved the watchman on duty. Some time afterwards screams were heard, and deceased was seen in the water. Every effort was made to rescue him, but he sank. P.C. Davis recovered the body about an our afterwards. The verdict was" Accidental death." PETTY-SESSIONS. On Wednesday, William Ward and George E igell, of Penarth, charged witli stealing stra berries from the garden of Captain Guthrie, were fined 5s each and lis 9d costs.—William Jones, for obstructing the high- way, was fined 5.3.-Tlioiiias Hopkins, of Roath, rind Edward Koberts, of Llanblethian, were charged by Mr John Pritchard with disobeying a magistrates' order for the maintenance of their mothers. A distress warrant was issued.—Thos. Hopkins, of Roath was summoned for non-main- tenance of his wife, and Thomas Harry, of Ske ven. near Swansea, for non-maintenance of his motner. Similar warrants were issued.
NEWPORT. INFIBMARY AND DISPENSARY.—The number of patients attended at the dispensary for the past week was 380 visits paid to patients at their own houses, 51; patients in the infirmary, 16; southern district, 32 visits paid to patients, 80. Surgeon for the week, Dr B. Davies Mr O. E. Bulwer Marsh, house-surgeon; and Mr W. J. Brizzell, visiting-surgeon pro tern. THE CABMEN'S REST.—On Tuesday a meeting of cabmen took place at the Rest, Dear the Great Western Railway Station, High-street, to examine the accounts prepared by Mr Hy. Collier, secretary and treasurer. The year commenced with a balance in hand of t3 9s lid the subscriptions received for the year were £18 6s the expenditure as pet- vouchers produced amounted to R15 3s lid, leaving a balance in hand of .£6 12.-On the motion of Mr Smith, seconded by Mr Hill, the accounts were passed.—Mr Wheeler moved, and Mr Sanders seconded, a vote of thanks to Mr Collier, for receiving and taking charge of the fiiii,lq.-A vote of thanks was also proposed by Mr Spiers, seconded by Mr Le is, to Mr Locke for attending and auditing the accounts.—It was mentioned that the Rest nee,led reptirii, and hope was expressed that the Corporation would undertake what was necessaiy. A suggestion was made that the Great Western Railwav Company should be a«<ked to construct a rest at tlieir station, particularly as a sum has to be paid weekly by all cabs having liberty to stand on their ground. If thii suggestion met with the approval of the company, the existing rest could be removed, and utilised near another cab-stand. So far as the funds will admit, the surplus will be appropriated to the aid of cabmen who have subscribed thereto in case of sickness or accident which may prevent them following their ordinary avocations. Several donations in this direction have already been voted. AisNivERSARY AT CATSASH.-On Sunday two sermons were preached by the Rev John Tremain, of Cornwall, and collections were made. On Monday a tea meeting and public meeting were held, the latter being presided over by Mr Stephen Watkins, of Newport, and addressed by the Revs B. Glazebrook, J. Tremain, and Messrs Fox, W. H. Brown, and W. Watkins.
CHEPSTOW. GRAMMAR SCHOOL.—The boys from this school went their summer excursion to Raglan Castle on Friday. After a delightful drive through the beautiful country between Chepstow and Raglan, the party arrived about mid-day at the castle. There, having lunched in the open air, they re- sorted to the many games provided in the grounds, racket, tennis, swings, Aunt Sally, &c., and saun- tered amid the grand old ruins, the warden, Mr J Cuxon, good r.aturedly explaining the curiosities in his room of antiquities. After some hours ot enjoyment the young people returned home, this journey, like the morning one. being marked with the rattling fun and merry incidents which characterise the travel of schools boys on a holi- day. The weather was charming, and a delightful day was spent.
CAERPHILLY. THE ODDFELLOWS' ANNIVERSARY FEAS'PS were held at the Boar's Head and C stle Inns. on Mon- day. The town was gaily decorated, and the Bed was Brass Band headed a procession through the streets. Substantial dinners were laid by Hosts Jones and Baker. After dinner singing and dancing were indulged in until closing time.
ABERKENFIG. WESLEYAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL. A tea meeting was held on Monday, and a social meeting fol- low ed, presided over by Mr Bromham. Mr Hunt spoke upon The simplest mode of understanding what we read." The children sang some pieces from the "Golden Chain," led by Mr Gulwell.
LLANDILO. AN OTTER measuring nearly four feet in length was killed by some labourers on Monday in the river Cennell.
BRYNMAWR. ANNIVERSARY SERMONS ilere preached on Sun- day in connection with the Calvary Baptist Chapel by the Rev. J. Morgan, Llanwenaith, Ou Monday a tea-meeting was held, and in the evening a public meeting. Addresses were de- livered by the Rev. J. Williams, pastor, and other friends. When the new building is ready for opening it is expected that Mr T. Blake, M.P., will assist at the opening ceremony.
FERRYSIDE. CAPTURE OF A STURGEON.—Messrs John Wil- liams, William Davies, and John Jenkins, fisher- men, whilst fishing with a seine net, on Monday morning, caught a fine sturgeon, measuring six feet eight inches in length, and nearly three feet in circumference, and weighing nearly a cwt. FUNERAL.—On Monday afternoon the remains of Mr Evan Phillips, formerly pupil te cher at the National School, were interred in St. isi,iii.,ells. The large procession was composed of school children, a lodge of the Manchester Unity, the Church Choir, and a large number of friends. Deceased was much ies; ected. The service was choral (Helmore) throughout. The Rev. D. Owen James, M.A., vicar of St. Ishmael's officiated,
LLANDOVERY. THE BAPTISTS held special prayer meetings for fine weather at the Ebenezer Chapel on M011 lay. The Calvanistic Methodists have held similar prayer meetings at the Tabernacle Chapel.
KNIGHTON. THE BAPTIST CHAPEL Sunday-school anniver- sary was held last Sunday. The pastor, the Rev W. Williams, preached. Recitations were given by the children, and the choir and children sang select pieces.
ABERCARN. SUDDEN DEATH.—On Sunday evening .n od man named John Scull died very suddenly.
CYMMER, HHONDDA. CHURCH PARADE.—On Suiid.ty morning the Pontypridd (19ti, Glamorgan) Rifle Volunteer-, under the command of en taiu H. LI. Grover and Lieutenant Ha ulin, headed by the band of the corps (a sVe-J by the Forth Brass Band), attended service in iije Cyinmer Church. Alter service the company was invited to Tynycymmer Hall, and were plentifully supplied with bread, nheeao. and beer, hv Mr and Mi's liewip,
SWANSEA. POLICE INTELLIGENCE.—At the police-ccurt, on Monday,Robert Challis, Church-street, a billiard- marker, was sentenced to a month's hard labour for assaulting a bihiard-inarker named Richard Jones. The assault was committed in the presence of I'.C. Jones, who gave evidence in the case.- Henrietta Smith, a married woman, living at the Gipsy'court, Mumbles-road, was fined 10s and costs for drunken and riotous conduct on St Helen's roa.d.-Elijah Smith, a barman, was fined 5s and costs for resisting P.O. Willis in the execution of his duty.—Mondrew Florence was fined in a like amount for a similar offence. CHURCH OF ENGLAND SUNDAY-SCHOOL Asso- CIATION.—Sermons were preached Oil Sunday last on behalf of this institute, in the morning at St James' Church, and in the evening at the Parish Church, by the Rev. W. A. C"rbett. Mr Corbett also addressed over 1,000 children at a special service, held ill ti.e afternoon at St the Rev. T. F. Nathan reading prayers; and the children sitng Lymns, accompanied on the organ by Mr Gilbert Legge. On Monday evening a meeting was held at the Young Men s Christian Association, when there was a fair attendance of teacheis to hear an address from Mr Corbett on "The Teacher's difficulties." The Rev. C. C. Bull presided, in the unavoidable absence of the vicar. "BEST BIRO'SYE." as manufactured from Finest Virginian Leaf, by W. F. Nicholls, and Co., DOES XOT B: I;N THE TONGUH—Address, 20. St. Maly-treet, Cardi.T; 0, Castle-street, Swansea, and 72, Pine-street, New York. 40658
ABERDARE. POLICE INTELLIGENCE. — The weekly police- court was held on Tueslay. The Stipendiary (Mr J. Bishop), and Messrs. R. H. Rhys, James Lewis, an 1 D. S. Williams were on the bench.— Charles Martin, a labourer, was charged with deserting his family, and leaving them chargeable to the uui-m, Relieving-officer David gave evi- dence to the effect that prisoner deserted his family, and they Lad since been relieved to the extent of 5s per week until order3d to the house. Prisoner was sentenced to two months' imprison- ment with hard labour.—Gwenny Morgan, Ann S iley, Jane Morgan, and Sarah Ann Davies, four young girls, were summoned for trespa-siug on a plantation whilst in search of ,0 sandstones. Defendants were ordered to pay 4s damage, Is fine, and the costs.-For furiously driving on the highway, Thomas Davies, a farmer, residing at Gilfachrhyd, was fined 10s, and 9s 5d cost s,-John Evans, a collier, for being drunk and refusing to quit a public-house at Tregarn, was fined 5s and costs,—A number of persons were fined for drunkenness, whilst several orders were made upon parents for neglecting to send their children to school.
TREDEGAR. AT THE POLICE COURT, on Tuesday, Ellen Lewis, Polly Murphy, Harriet Roberts, and Mary Williams were charged by Police-sergeant Capper with stealing coal from the Tredegar Iron Com- pany, and were severally fined Is each and costs. — John Gower, Augustus Swain, John Thomas, Jonathan Evans, and Joseph Hodges were fined for damaging grass belonging the Company, at Tredegar. — Jane Bryant, a tidy-Inking damsel from Ebbw Vale, summoned Benjamin Williams, engine driver, Blaenafon, for having neglected to pay according to the order of the magistrates towards the support of her child. Defendant said times were too bad, and he had no money for the pur- pose. Dr Coates You were here two weeks ago, and promised to make an effort. You have done nothing, and we have only one alternative. You will be committed for a month, and we hope your friends will help you ere that expires.— Thomas Davies, who had only returned from prisou a week, was summoned for selling beer without a licence at Tredegar. Sergeant Williams proved the facts, and the bench fined the defend- ant 40s and costs, or 21 days at Usk. Mr C. H. Harris appeared for the prosecution. The beer the police seized is to be sold.-Aiiii Parry, married, was fined for stealiug coal at Ebbw Vale. P.C. James Goswell proved the case.- Ellen Haggarty was fined Is and costs for stealing timber at Ebbw Vale, and her mother, Mary Haggarty, for receiving the same knowing it to be stolen, was also fined.-J ames Trump, Sun Inn, Briery Hill, was charged with having his house open at 11.20 on the night of the 28th of June. Constables Parry and Knight gave evidence, and defendant having no evidence to support his denial, was fined 40s and costs.— Henry Jones, of Garnfach, vvas summoned by ElizaDeth Morgan, his mother-in-law, for assault. It was one of the usual cases where mothers-in- law attempt to manage the household affairs of a married daughter. Mrs Morgan had taken her grandchild home to live with her, and refused to give the youngster up to its father when he came to demand it. He pulled the child away, and the old lady came to grief over t big stone outside the door, and charged her son-in-law with knock- ing her down. A disinterested witness gave evi- dence, and the bench dismissed the case, the clerk telling the old dame that a^ father had a perfect right to see and converse with his own child when- ever he desired it. LICENCES TRANSFERRED. The following trans- fers v, ere griiited :-He,)l y Mwyn, Ebbw Vale, from John Crook to Henry Joseph Shinton; Cambrian Inn, Tredegar—Emily Spencer to James Phillips George Inn, Blackwood-Matilda Benchill to John M. Lewis; Yewtree Inn, Black- wood-.r eremi, h Griffiths to Margaret Jones; Farmers' Arms Inn, Twncarno, Rhymney— Martha Meredith to Rees Jones; Greyhound Inn, Tredegar—Mary S. Morgan to Benjamin Broad Junction Inn, Maesycwmmer—David Love to John Morgan. Beerhouse licences :—Roval Ex- change, £ bbw Vale—James Jones to Francis Legg; Joiners' Arms, Ebbw Vale, William Ed a a: da to Walkin Hughes White Hart, Pen- twymmaur—John Davis to Edward Davis.
RHYMNEY. PRESENTATION.—On Saturday a large meeting was held at the Wellington Inn to present Mr Thomas Evans, blower at the Steel Works, with a beautifully embellished address, together with a large oil coloured portrait, and a valuable scarf pin. The latter was given by Miss R. Thomas the other two by the workmen at the Bessemer Steel Works. Mr Evans is now leaving the country for America. Mr R. Thomas presided over the proceedings and presented the address, whilst the oil coloured portrait was presented by Mr John Thomas, an old workman. Messrs J. Evans, J. Wood, aad J. Perkins followed; songs and recitations were given by Messrs J. Perkins, W.Jones, — Michael (vice chairman), J. Thomas, f. Evans, J. Lloyd Jones, H. Thomas, Vaughan Davies, Thomas Evans, W, Lewis, B. Davies, E. Howell, &c., &c.
BEAUFORT. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES.—Mr J. Shephard de. livered three sermons at the Primitive Methodist Chapel on Sunday.
NANTYMOEL. SARON.—Anniversary services were held 011 Sunday and Monday. The Revs. W. Harries, Aberdare; H. Harries, Loughor and O. Waldo James, Aberavon, preached.
YSTALYFERA. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES were held on Sunday and Monday, at the Wern Independent Chapel, when the Rev. J. Davies, Bethel, Llandovery, and others officiated.
LLANTRISANT. „ SALEM BIBLE CHRISTIAN CHAPEL.—On Sunday the Sunday-school anniversary was held. Sermons were preached by Mrs S. M. Terrett, of Bristol. In the afternoon, a dialogue on "The gl ries of Heaven," by nine teachers and senior scholars, was well rendered. Mr Hicks presided at the harmonium. On Monday the children were treated with tea. In the evening a public meet- ing "as held, and addresses were delivered by the Rev. J. Smallridge and others.
SOLVA. THE STAR OF WALES LODGE OF ODDFELLOWS (Manchester Unity), held at the Cambrian Hotel, had a turn out last Saturday, led by Bro. Jenkius, N.G., at Mathry. The procession, miinbeang about 34, marched through Middlemill and Whit- church to the vicarage, where all the brethren were hospitably entertained. A vote of thanks was proposed by the Noble Grand of Mathry, seconded by Bro. Morgan of Trevine, to the vicar and his family. The procession then left for Solva, passing Dr Howell's mansion, where Mr F, R. Howell, solicitor, of Aberdare, was met. Three cheers were given him. Cheers were also given to Air Wm. Davies, of Haverfordwest, and Lord Kensington, M.P., for their support to the lodge. Dr. Howell was met on the way back to the lodge, and heartily cheered. The honorary members in the lodge are Bro. Thos. Thomas, Past Master Bro. Rees Williams, the vicar; Bro. Jai. Harris, of Trewellwell; and, Captain J. M. Nicholas, of Clifton, Bristol.
BRITONFERRY WESSONS ON TEACHING.—On Monday, at Behoboth Baptist Chapel, Mr Irving Smith gave an address to Sunday-school teachers on the best way to conduct their classes and before the close took a class of 40 girls and boys through a portion of the Gospel of John. His questions and his manner of teaching were worthy of imitation. Mr W. Walters, Raglan, presided. The chapel was crowded. THE TOTAL ABSTKNANCF. SOCIETY held a meeting on Monday evening in the open air near the English Congregational Schoolroom. Dr Scool- field, of Cardiff, gave a thrilling address. PRIMITIVE METHODISTS.—Last week the Rev. W. Newns, pastor of this congregation, left forthe Pontypool district. He was highly esteemed, and, although he had only been in the district a short time, he was greatly beloved by all who knew him. The Rev. J. Phillips, of Bristol, is to be his successor.
CARMARTHEN. LARCENY AT FEII.RYSIDE.-At the county petty- sessions OIl Saturday, a tramp, named David Beynou, was committed for a month's hard labour for stealing a Scotch flannel shawl, the property of Miss Peel, Rock Cottage, Ferryside. Mary Beynon, prisoner's wife, who had been arrested as concerned in the theft, was discharged.
TREFOREST. BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY.—On Saturday the annual meeting was held in the Methodist Chapel, Treiorest, Mr J. Roberts in the chair. The society was represented by the Rev. W. Dickens Lewis, M.A. The follow ing gentlemen also took part in the proceedings :— Rev. W. Williams, B. Mr Stephen Jones, Memorial ColU ge, Brecon Rev. Mr Evans, B Air O. Morgan, Ponlvpridd Rev. H. Harries, C.M.
LLANWRTYD. A CONCERT held at t'.e Wells last Satur- day. The following amateurs contributed to the programuie :—" .Niixed i,p;i.t t,,e Wells," composed by the chairman (>lr T. Hii fwyn .Ton<s) for the occasion, and sung by Mr J. Thomas, Swansea; song (Welsh), Air li. H. Phillios Aberdare; song (English), Mr J. R. DHvie. LI an amlet reading, Air Francis dint, Messrs. Phillips and Davies; song (English), Air J. Thomas song (Welsh), Mr J. R. Davies; recitation, Mr Mmti:i,r, Llanwr- r tv-1 I anntr GfinulishL Air B. H. Phillips*
THE REPRESENTATION OF CARDIGANSHIRE. [FROM A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. 1 The state of politics in Cardiganshire may seem to,be a little mixed to those who have only seen the statements aad letters which have appeared in newspapers; also a little mysterious. I shall therefore try to make the hole matter a little clearer. You stated, a year ago. that the Liberal party had resolved to invite Col. Pryse, the Lord- Lieutenant., to content the :C;tt in tho Liberal interest. That statement was perfectly true, aud there was every reason to believe that if he ac- cepted the invitation, he would lead the party t,) a certain victory. He was, in fact, the safest man the Liberals had. As a politician he was well-known, having represented for some year the Cardig-an Boroughs in Parliament while his near connecti on with the old family of Gogerddan—who have so often roused the enthu- siasm of the Cardiganshire Liberals-hi-i known uprightness in all pnblic capacities, and his moderate views upon ecclesiastical matters, pointed him out as the most likely man to unite the party. Colo cl Pryse, ho ever, after earnest ennsi leration of the proposals made to him, determined not to stand. There were private reasons why he wished to avoid the principal part in a fierce and exciting contest and, in addi- tion, there were political questions on which he was not iu accord with the Liberal Association. The gal- lant colonel, however, though he would have been as proud as any man could be to represent his county in Parliament, generously forbore to in- terfere in the slightest degree with the views of the Association, and he retired, assuring them of his desire to assist the Liberal cause so far as he could consistently do so. The executive of the Liberal Association thereupon met at Lampeter in April, 1879, and unanimously resolved to invite Mr Lewis Pugh Pugh, of Abermaide, to become their candidate. Mr Pllgh, who was preseri4 at the meeting, before accepting the invitation, very reasonably asked to be informed how much support he was likely to re- ceive from every polling district, and the general secretary of the Association at once set to work to obtain for him that information. In this work of inquiry some considerable time elapsed, and not a few Cardiganshire L:berals having heard nothing of Air Pugh's acceptance of the candidature, began to suspect that he was playing the part of the "laggard in love." Those ideas spread abroad, and by the ordinary current of common gossip reached the ears of Mr Arthur Williams, barrister-at-law of the South Wales circuit. That gentleman having the honourable and noble ambition of working in the political world, and of helping forward the Liberal cause, of which he is a sincere adherent, made inquiries, and the result was this :-He found a considerable feeling of soreness at Mr Pugh's delay in accepting the invitation; and further, he discovered that there was a section of the Liberal party who did not very heartily support Mr Pugh, because he was not content to go quite so far as they did on the question of Disestablishment. Upon this, Mr Arthur Williams determinel to make per. sonal inquiries, and in the end he issued a "private aud confidential address" to some of the leading Liberals, intimating that he wtu at their service, and expressing pronounced Liber.J views both on general politics and on religious questions. It so happenod that on the day, or the day before, Mr Williams's address came out, the secretary of the Liberal Executive had written to Mr Pugh, sending him the result of the inquiries made in the various polling dis- tricts, and iufcrming him that if the party was united they could return him by a majority of 300 votes. As soon as Mr Williams's address ap- peared, the secretary of the Liberal Executive wrote to Mr Williams acquainting him of the exact state of affairs in Cardiganshire, and Mr Williams, after some consultation with his friends, withdrew his address, and one cannot say that he withdrew from the field, for he had never been in the field but he withdrew from the tentative position which, for a very short period, he had occupied. Mr Lewis Pugh also v. rote, cordially accepting the invitation to contest the county, and the Executive Committee of the Liberal Association thereupon met and formally adopted him as their candidate. This, I believe, is the true history of the events of the past twelve months, There has been no "split in the camp," nor have there been two Richmonds in the field." Mr Arthur Williams has only played an honourable and gentlemanly part, and Mr Lewis Pugh did not delay his acceptance of the candida- ture a day longer than was necessary to enable him to receive the information from the polling districts, information which he was fairly entitled to before coming to a decision. The Liberal party can return Mr Pugh if they be united and the question may be asked, will they unite ? It is well to look difficulties in the face, for, on the one hand, there is a section of the constituency which goes in very distinctly for Disestablishment and Disendowment; and on the other hand, Mr Lewis Pugh is not a pronounced Liberationism What his views are on this matter I am not prepared to say he will shortly have an opportunity of expounding them to the elec- tors. A feeling of considerable soreness exists on this point, but I am in a position to say that a sort of compromise has been effected, and the whole Liberal party will, it is hoped and believed, unite and work together in turning out the Tory Mr Lloyd, and putting in the Liberal Mr Pugh. Apart altogether from disestablish- ment, this will be a distinct gain to the Liberal- ism of the country, and an intelligible step in advance for Cardiganshire. While every advocate of disestablishment will sorely regret this state of things, they will recognize that it will be advisable to wrest the seat from the Tories, and then when disestablishment becomes a practical question, make terms with their Member, whoever he may be. The state of affairs, so far as I can ascertain them, is this Cardiganshire is, no doubt, a Non- conformist county. It is also the county which supplies the greatest number of clergymen to the Church in Wales, and very manv o^the electors have a clergyman belonging to the family. In 1874, when Mr E. AI. Richards came out for the first time, distinctly and emphatically, us an ad- vocate of disestablishment in England, the ques- tion was not at all relished by many of those who returned him triumphantly in 1868. At the same election the powerful interest of the Bronwydd and Gogerddan families, v ith that of a number of smaller ones, was entirely alienated from the Liberal cause, on account of Mr Richards's advocacy of disestablishment. These great families were neutral they stood apart from the battle, and the battle was lost. They wonld do so again under similar circumstances, and the battle would be lost again. On the other hand, the advocates of Disestablishment are strong enough to ensnre the failure of Mr Pugh if they choose to oppose him. As. therefore, neither party is able to carry its views into effect in the present state of politics, an earnest aud, I believe, successful endeavour has been made to effect a compromise, and win the seat for the Liberal party, securing a Liberal vote on practical Liberal questions upon which they can agree, and defer- ring all other questions upon which they cannot agree until they come before the country in a practical shape. Mr Lewis Pugh is a "thorough" Liberal he will have the support of the powerful families who in 1874 were neutral the registration has been well looked after by Mr Thomas Harries, of Llechryd, and if the party will unite to turn out the common enemy, of retrenchment, of freedom, and of all reforms, the representative of tlie com- mon enemy, MrT. E. Lloyd, M.P., will certainly be defeated at the next election.
THE ENGL H'BA P'I'IST CHURCH, CARMARTHEN. For years, those who dhered to the polity of the Baptist denomination at Carmarthen, but who did not understand Welsh, were compelled to worship ahiong the congregations of other Non- conformist bodies. At last a movement was ma,le to form an English church, and an elegant chapel was erected in Lammas-street. The Rev. Evan Thomas was the first minister, and after be. tween three or four years' pastorate, Air Thomas severed his connection with the Carmarthen church. Great regret was expressed, and a hand- some testimonial was presented to him Now that Mr Thomas is so ill that his recovery is more than questionable, not a few of his former people but feel unfeigned sympathy with him in Io!" T! After an interval of weekly supplies, the Rev. W. M. Lewis was invited to the Church. He accepted the call, and some 12 months' ago resigned. Since then, the church has been de- pendent on supplies. At the commencement of this year, Air Thomas Thomas, of Bristol Col- lege, took a Sunday, and his ministration pleased the congregation. In Alarch, he again preached at Carmarthen, and in June he received the call of the church, and entered upon its ministry. On Tuesday, Air Thomas was ordained and formally recognised as the pastor of the church. At half- past two in the 'afternoon. Rev. G. H. Roberts, conducted; and there were present, among others, the Mayor (Mr R. W. Richards), the Rev. Richard Solomon (Congregational), and the Rev. J, Lloyd. Several members of other denominations were among the congrega- tion. The^ new pastor, declaring his re- ligious convictions and his theological opinions, declared himself as emphatically a Baptist—not a Baptist first and a Christian after, nor yet a Christian first and a Baptist after. He was a Baptist because he was a Christian, and because he believed it to be Christlike. The Rev. B. 1 nomas, of Narberth, delivered a charge to the pastor, founding his remarks upon 2ud Cm inthians, 2nd chap., 15th and IGth versps, and the 5th verse of the 3rd cilap., same epistle. The Rev. E. Thomas, of Newport, Mon., delivered the charge to the church, taking as his text, 1st Thesse- lonians, Oth chap., 12th and 13th verses. Sermons were preached m the evening by the Rev. E. Ihomas and the Rev. B. Thomas.
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