rl. ..& GO TO THE J 'CHRONICLE' OFFICE For your si It is the Best and Cheapest. Hign Class Work a Speciality A Cardiff Printer says :—u The Official Programme Of the Tabernacle Baptist Fancy Fair, and the Cogan Exhibition Certificates,' issued from the Penarih Chronicle office are the neatest specimens of their kinds I have seen turned out in the district r4 Jflps SftJUH & Go., Beg to intimate that they have added to their lbusiness as Grocers and Provision Merchants, that of FAMILY BUTCHERS & GREENGROCERS, AH Qidera will receive m0:5t careful attention. NOTE ADDRESS— JJLHfll) SJU 0 £ G&03 Grocers & Provision Merchants Family Butchers, Greengrocers &c. AMERICAN HOUSE, 68, MAUGHAN STREET, PENARTH. (Opposite Pilot Hotel.) 3rd V.B. Welsh Regiment PENARTH DETACHMENT. Orders—V\reek ending Saturday, 20:11 April, 1895. MONDAY—C ompany Drill S p.m.-Plain Clothes. THURSDAY—Attack formation—8 15 p.m. Drill Order. By order, (Signed) SIDNEY COLEMAN, | (Commanding Captain, j tJJ J BURNS, &c. In every house children, and even grown people, are apt to get burned, apply at once, HOMOCEA, WHICH INSTANTLY TOUCHES THE SPOT, taking away all pain, and in a very short time working a perfect cure. Sold by all chemists, Is. lj^d., and 2s. 9d., per box, by post, 1/3 and 3b. EXANO (HOMOCEA PORT) Is the strong form of Homocea made especially for deep-seated rheumatic pains-more especially of the joints, and for pains in the chest, bronchitis, &c., but it is not to be used for open wounds, sores, or delicate parts of the body. We guarantee this ointment, and in every case when purchased direct ) from us, we will refund the money if relief is not ( obtained by the purchaser. Price, 2s. 9d. per box, 3s. by post. HOMOCEA SOAP. HOMOCEA SOAP. This soap contains the valuable properties of the Homocea ointment, and is certainly a perfect toilet Soap; but as a medical soap, it is of great value, especially in the nursery, and for all who have jelicate skins. Price, 9d. and Is. 3d. a cake, or ) 26. and 3s. per box postage, 2d. and 3d. extra. All the above preparations can be had from Chemists, Druggists, &«., or direct by post from the JlomoeeaCompany, 22, Hamilton Square, Birkenhead, For Perfection in Quality of DAIRY PRODUCE and High Class GROCERIES, try lr-r H. HUNTLEY, GLOUCESTER HOUSE, MAUGHAN STREET Finest Home Cured Wiltshire Bacon and Hams. Devonshire Butter AND Fhesii EGGs. "-TV E. f GAnn, R.P.G., SAIITARY PLUMBER ancl HOT WATER EIGHEER, G &.S-FJTTER, BELL-HANGER, &c., Begs to intimare to the Residents of Penarth and Neighbourhood that he has commenced Business on his own account, and respectfully solicits a share of Public Patronage; ELECTRIC AND OTHER BELLS FIXED AND REPAIRED. All work will receive personal and prompt attention, and will be executed with: Despatch and at Moderate Charges. Note Address— 48, Grove Terrace, PENARTH. EIRE WOOD! FIREWOOD 1 i BLOCKS, BUNDLES, CHOPPED j STICKS at the Penarth Firewood Supply 57, and 58, SALOP STREET, Penarth, -I Prize Drawing. The result of the Prize Drawing for the benefit of the widow of the late Ed ward Taylor, are as follows 1— 545 8 932 15- 455 2- 257 778 16- 186 3— 447 10— 488 17—1091 4— 681 .11— 502 18- 672 5—1006 12— 509 19— 355 6— 216 ] 3 156 20— 848 7—1.082 14— 131 21-1039 G. P. LUEN, Hon. Sec. PENARTH URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. THE above Council are prepared to received Tenders for the laying of about 150 lineal yards of 9 inch pipe sewer in Stanwell Road. Plans, Specification and Bill of quantities may he seen at this Office on and after the 22nd inst. Sealed Tenders to be sent to the undersigned not later than the 29th inst. The Council do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. EDGAR 1. EVANS, A.M.I.C.E. Surveyor. 11th April, 1805. District Council Offices, Penarth PENAETH UEBAN DISTEICT COUNCIL. nPHE above Council are prepared to receive tenders for the supply and orectioii, of about 100 lineal yards of Cast and Wrought Iron Bailing for Ferry Lane and Hill Street. Plans, Specification and Bill of quantities may be seen at this office, on and after the 22nd inst. Sealed Tenders to be sent to the undersigned not later than the 29th inst. The Council do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any r. EDGAR I. EVANS, A.M.I.C.E. Surveyor. I 11th April. 1895. District Council Offices, Penarth.
Notes and Comments. Referring again to the vote of the District Council last week, presenting the Surveyor with a cheque for X25 in acknowledgement of his services last year in opposing the Cardiff Corporation Bill, we are pleased to express the opinion that the amount inade- quately pays for the work done. We were under the impression that what he did was only that which fell to him in the discharge of his regular duties, bUt such was -,io" l the case. Mr Evans had to work during the whole of the Easter holidays (not omitting Sunday) and even whole nights, and spent upwards of 80 hours on the water. When in London it was stated to some of the Board that had Mi Evans not done this particular work, it would have been necessary to have sent some engineers from London especially, which would have cost the ratepayers a sum far iu advance of that voted) so that Mr Evans ? by his extraordinary ability, bas saved our rates, and proved himself a valuable servant. Under these eir cumstances we congratulate Mr Evans upon receiving this small mark of the Council's good will.
Euneral of Mrs Ware, The funeral of the late Mrs Margaret Broadish Ware took place on Saturday afternoon, leaving the resi- dence. Briar Bank, Penarth, for Penarth Church at 3 o'clock. The coffin, which consisted of a shell with an outer case of panelled English oak- was conveyed to the church in an open Victoria car, followed by three mourning coaches, containing the relatives and a few friends. The Rev Sweet-Escott, recter of Penarth, officiated- Wreaths were sent by Misses Walker, sisters; Mr and Mrs Alec Ware, Mr and Mrs Bowring, The Heath, Penarth Mrs Fisher, Eadyr Mr and Mrs II O Fishes Radyr Dr Nell, Mr and Mrs Vyvyan Robinson, Velindra, Cardiff; Mr and Mrs Robeit Thomas, London Mr Ogden, Newport; Misses Parsley, Worle Mr and Mrs J G Thomas, The Rectory, Llandough Mr and Mrs D T Alexander, Dinas Powis; Mrs Thomas Evans, Cardiff; Mr and Mrs Ivor Vachell, Cardiff; Mr and Mrs Lorang-e. Llandough Mr and Mrs Gottwaltz, Penarth Mrs Bazeley, Penarth; Mr and Mrs Fied Greenhill, Penarth Mr and Mrs E Bowiing, Iluntspill; Miss and Master Bowring, The Heath Mr and ilirs II Willi an?, Roath the servants at Briar Bank, &c. The funeral arrangements were entrusted to Messrs I Stone Bros., 5, Working Street, C-ardiff.
Opening of Penarth Pier. The Penarth Pier, although having been liberally patronised for some months past aa a promenade, was tormallyopenedon Saturday illsomewhat unfavourable weather. Notwithstanding this fact, however, a keen interest was manifested in the event. The structure- looked gay with colour, decked as it was with a pro- fusion of flags and bunting. There were flags, too, on the sea route from Cardiff to Penarth, whilst the Bonnie Poon and Wa^erley were both rigged up for the occasion. Shortly after 2 o'clock the former steamer left Cardiff with a goodly number of passen- gers. On approaching Penarth. a salute was fired from the pier- It was replied to from the vessel amidst cheers, followed by the strains of the Co^an Brass Band, whose services had been retained for the occasion. Upon reaching the pier Mr Edwards was the first to step upon the structure. There were no speeches, and after discharging passengers for Penarih, the steamer proceeded for the first time this season to Wesson. The operations of the Waverley, which followed, were pretty much in the wake of the Bonnie Doon, and the proceedings ter- minated. We noticed three of the directorate of the Pier Company present—Messrs Edwards, E. Hancock jar. and Mr Vellacott. .l1li Dirt thinks itself the most abused When MATCHLESS CLEANSER SOAP is 1,sc).