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feNMBHB —————MW— S. ANDREWS AND SON, COMPLETE FUNERAL FURNISHERS THE MEvVS, GLEBE ST., PENARTH. EVERY REQUISITE FOR FUNERALS OF ALL CLASSES. Funerals Conducted with Refinement and Economy. Telephonic Communication with Chief Offices, Cardiff U ■—I m PH'HII" *WWS'«gaaMlin ESTABLISHED 1888 TS Potato & Fruit Stor es (Anchor House) GLEBE STREET, PENARTH. Good Selection of ENGLISH and FOREIGN VRII-I IT always kept in Stock. Goods Delivered Daily to all parts of the Town. H. MATTHEWS, Proprietor T p ..i' t&H AMERICAN ORGAN 100K FREE. Send yon? address on a t'ost-card, and you mil roeeiro the finest and most elaborate Catalogue oi American Organs ,?nd pianos ever published. It fk M 8™* f™" C •will sliow you the latest and SJL \ff fTj 11/ best styles, and how to WH V low %J\J_ /O Satisfaction guaranteed before you pay. Write tous, mentioning t.hitt paper. You will be more than pleased at the result, li you. < do it at once. ORGANS, carriage paid, Irom £ 10. | References specially permitted to H. OSBGRWE, ESQ., I t32, FLEET STREET, LONDON, E.C., of "whom catalogues may 1 be had free on application, and information obtained as to where » ttis Organs can be seen and tested in London, or write direct to 3 CORHSSH COtf « .WASHINGTON, NEW JERSEY, AmekicjJ |C Mt:cn, Satisfaction guaranteed before you pay. Write tous, mentioning i t.hitt paper. You will be more than pleased at the result, li you. < do it at once. ORGANS, carriage paid, from;elo. References specially permitted to J. R. OSOORME, ESQ., t t32, FLEET STREET, LONDON, E.C., of "whom catalogues may 1 be had free on application, and information obtained as to where » the Organs can be seen and tested in London, or wnte direct to 3 CORHSSH COtf « .WASHINGTON, NEW JERSEY, AmekicjJ |C 26 '4" THE GREAT 'AMERICAN PRESCRIPTION. f", t ¡ :=. ¡tv A I\J ÎiÎ i:" fi,, |" r DEAR'S RESEARCH has brought to light a guaranteed Remedy for r>i •DEJJILlli, the Errors of outh, Lost Manhood, Weakness, Dimness oi •• n yhi-dder.^ Gravel, Kidney, Liver complaints, and all Diseases of the Urinary Organs, lais Prescription is in the hands of a Minister, who will befriend any one suffering from these enervating diseases. It has CURED THOUSANDS. Merely s^nd self-addressed stamped envelope to the Rev. DAVID JONES, Ray'Villa. Lewes, the Prescription will l>t\sent FRKii OP CHARGE. Na.J- this Pa.:wr.
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Death of a Quondam Notorious Penarth Boarding Master. KNOCKED ON THE HEAD WITH A POKER. An inquest was held at Cardiff Gaol on Wednesday afternoon (before Mr E. B. R^ece, coroner), touching the death of William Burchell, aged 65, boarding bouse-keeper, at Barry, who died in the prison on Tuesday. The body was identified by Wm. Rees, superanuated officer of Customs, of 7, Mori.'mer-road, father-in-law of the deceased. Mr Joseph Howard, governor of the prison, said deceased entered the prison on remand on June J,2th, 1894, and was tried and sentenced at the Cirdifr Ses- sions on July 3 for unlawfully wounding to a term of one month's hard labour, and afterwards to six months or find sureties for good behaviour. He was uuable to find sureties and remained in prison He had to pick oakum when he could. He was not able tu do a full task, and was never tasked." He was never reported and- never punished, but deceased was sub- ject to epileptic fl, s. He was attended by the medical officer. William Benjamin Taylor, qualified hospital warder, spoke to deceased having had several fits during the time he was in prison. He had a succession of fit* on Tuesday from ten o'clock in the morning, and died about three o'clock in the afternoon. fl Hardyman. medical officer of the prison, said deceased hai had epileptic fits* in the gaol on occa- sions previous to his last term. He was excused the task of thd wheel" when he began his last term. At that time he had been knocked about the head with a poker (previous to admission) and his fits since then were worse than before. The jury found a verdict that Deceased did! i'í au epileptic fit."
Take it out of What You Owe…
Take it out of What You Owe Me. At the Penarth Police-court on Monday—before Mr Valentine Trayes and Mr W. L. Morris— Catherine Vel-uul), wife of a Penarth boarding-- master, was charged with being drunk and incapable on Christmas night. The Bench fined her 5s, Defendant: Take it cut of what ,the court owelij me-" gentlemen you owe me 5s now tor actmg as interpreter. W
Womanly Conversation. Keep a watch on your words, my sisters, For words are wonderful things They are sweet, like the bees' fresh honey— Like the bees they have terrible stings They can bless like the warm glad sunshine, And brighten a lonely life; They can cut, in the strife of anger, Like an open two-edged knife. Let them pass through your lips unchallenged, If their errand is true and kind- If they come to support the weary, To comfort and help the blind If a bitter revengeful spirit Prompt the words, let them te unsaid They may flash through a brain like ligh: ting, Or fall on a heart like lead. Keep them back, if they re cold and cruel, Under bar and lock and sea! The wcunds they make, my sisters, • Are always slow to heal. May Christ guard your lips, and ever, From the time of your early youth, May the words that you daily utter Be the words of beautiful truth.
Penarth Votaries of Terpsichore.
Penarth Votaries of Terpsichore. Mr Charles Manley gave an invitation ball in Andrews' Lesser Hall on Wednesday night, which was a pronounced success, and well attended withall. The room presented a very cosy and pleasing appear- ance, having been specially decor a* ed for the occasion. Mr E. Bishop, confectioner, Glebe-street, had charge of the refreshment buffet- and, as usual, gave the u'most satisfaction. The Penarth Quadrille Band, under Mr 1). Hicks. was in attendance, and discoursed a capital selection of fin de giecle music. Dancing was coufiuued well on to the small hours, and was indulged in bv. amongst others. Misses K-'ight, Miss J. Bishop. Miss Mcore. Miss Cory. Miss James» Miss Mug ford, Miss L. bishop, Miss Ellis, Miss James, Miss Heard, Miss L Morgan, Misses Matthews, Miss Evans. Miss Richards, Messrs J. Pickford- Lloyd Davies, A. Hogan, J. Campbell, J. Cory, II. Bishop, S. Bishop, A. Lewis, F. Hill, A. Buckland, W. Meazey. and A. Gilbert- Mr Manley officiated as M.C.
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