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lIREWOOD FIREWOOD!! BLOCKS, BUNDLES, CHOPPED S-iiCKS at the Penarth Firewood Supply 57. and 58, SALOP STREET, Penarth. Tha Late Burning Fatality. We beg to make an appeal to the generous public '0f Penarth, on behalf of the widow and children, (of which there ar9 eight) ot the late Alfred Smith, who Was so severely burnt at the Penarth Steam Laundry, that he died two days afteowards at the Cardiff Infirmary. We have every confidence in recommend- ing this as a moat deserving case of charity) and shall be pleased to receive any subscription, however email. £ s. d Snms previously acknowledged 28 13 6 MrTom Jones 1 0 0 Jno. Williamson 0 2 6 J^alance from J, Smith's account 1 10 3 'Collected by the Penarth and District Industrial Co-operative Society, per Mr Beer. 6 4 9 J. H. Insole, Esq., Ely Court 2 2 0 Penarth Police Force 0 10 0 Mr T King 0 5 0 Mr T. Meazey 0 5 0 deceived from Messrs Pickford and Youd the sum of -6S 15s Od, being amount of Conceot given by Penarth Philharmonic Society towards fund collec- ted for family of the late Alfred Smith. H. SNELL, Esq., ) T ■ + a Dr. J. H. BEES f Jomt TRINITY WESLEYAN CnURCH. OY TREBLES REQUIRED for the Choir- Ages to be between 12 and 13 years. They will be Paid. and will receive special Vocal Tuition. Apply-(in the evening) A. Spencer Jones, 11 Church Road. PENARTH URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. rpHS above Council are prepared to receive Tenders for the Private Improvement Works in Church Avenue. Plan, Specification and Bill of quantities Eaay be seen at this Office on and after the 18th inst. "Tender for Street Work to be sent to the under- aigned not later than the 25th inst. Tenders are also invited for the Repairs of High- ^ays in the Parishes of Cogan and Llandough (about four miles, for the year ending the 25th day of March, 1896. Sealed Tenders marked Tenders for Repairs of Highways," to be tient to the undersigned not later than the 25th inst.. 0 The Council do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. EDGAR I. EVANS, A.M.I.C.E. 13 March, 1895. Surveyor. District Council Offices Penarth.



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