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British. Women's Temperance, Association. Jl 3umtile Sale Will be held on WEDNESDAY, MAY 8th, 1895, In ait1 of the Funds of the abovs. THE COMMITTEE hope for the practical JL sympathy of ladies who, in their Spring Cleaning, may turn out Articles of little or no value in their Establishments, which would find ready purchasers at our Sale, such as old or damaged Carpets, Furniture, Household Utensils, Clothing, Millinery. Boots, Toys, Curios, Ornaments, Books, in short, anything old or new, that can be spared. It will save much trouble if friends who have Articles to contribute, will kindly send them to, or communicate with— MRS. PYNE, 41. Clive Place. A CONVEYANCE WILL BE SENT, If necessary, to collect the Goods, not later than MONDAY, MAY 6th. f"' '—' ———————————————.—. STAFF CAPTAIN & MRS :pt.AI Will lead SPECIAL MEETINGS At the „ ■ Salvation limy Barracks, Salop Place, on SATURDAY, SUNDAY & MONDAY, April 20, 21 and 22. Staff Ca.pt. PARKIN Will, on Monday, give a short sketch of bis life. Captain Stanbury and Lieutenant Beeley. 3rd V.B. Welsh Regiment. PEN ARTH DETACHMENT. Orderar-Week ending Saturday, 27th April, 1895. MONDAY—Company Drill S p.m.-Plain Clothes. FRIDAY-Attack formation—8.0 p.m. Drill orders SATURDAY-Class firing 2.30 p.m. By order, (Signed) SIDNEY COLEMAN, 'I Commanding Captain, « XJ 11 BALD HEADS. HOMOCEA INSTANTLY TOUCHES THE SPOT. We have trustworthy evidence that one of the great virtues found in Homocea, is that it is a pre- Tentative of the hair falling out. Rub thoroughly in every night, and wash the hair every morning with Homocea soap, and you will find hair stop coming iont, and a new crop coming in. Price, ¡/IX and 2/9 per box; by post, 1/3 and 3s. EXANO (HOMOCEA FORT) Is the strong form of Homocea made especially for deep-seated rheumatic pairia-more especially of the lointa, and for pains in the chest, bronchitis, &c., Cut it is not to be used for open wounds, sores, or r delicate parte of the body. We guaranteo 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, Ss. by post. HOMOCEA SOAP. HOMOCEA SOAP. This soap contains the valuable properties of the Jlomocea Ointment, and is certainly a perfect toilet •oap; but as a medical soap, it is of great value, in the nursery, and for all who have delicate skins. Price, 9d. and Is. 3d. a cake, or 28. and 3s. per box; postage, 2d. and 3d. extra. All the above preparations can be had from Chemists, Druggists, &c., or direct by post from the Jlomocea Compaq, 22, Hamilton Square, Birkenfet^Sb E. f. CANN, R.P.C., SANITARY PLUMBER and HOT WATER ENGINEER, G NS-FITTER, 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 Ten-ace, BENARTH FIREWOOD! FIREWOOD!! BLOCKS, BUNDLES, CHOPPED STICKS at the Penarth Firewood Supply 57, and 58, SALOP STREET, Penarth, Presents! Presents!! TEA! TEA!! TEA I A1[c Beg to call Special Attention to their 0 • Which are of the Finest Quahties and Blends, and purchasers will have the double advantage of a high quality,Tea, accompanied by First Class Presents at Prices which cannot be beaten by any house (for tea only) in the District. LIVE AND LET LIVE! NOTE OUR PROVISIONS. BACON trom 41d per lb BACON, Finest Wiltshire from 7d per lb HAMS, Wiltshire from 8d per lb BUTTERS, (Finest) from 10J per lb EGGS, (Extra Quality Irish) 8d per doz CHEESE, (Dutch) 5d per lb (Cannot be beaten for Quality.) CHEESE, (Best American) from 7d per lb J. S, and Co., also wishei to inform the public that at their Establishment can be purchased all other Provisions at Wholesale Prices. BEllD T 3d. per 41b hoaf. NOTE ADDRESS- Sames Sajufi & 80., 68, MAUGHAN ST., PENARTH. Tabernacle Baptist Church. DURING REBUILDING OF OPEL, SERVICES Will be held all SUN""D-YS In ANDREWS' LARGE HALL, MORNING at it. EVENING at 6.30. SCHOO I_i- <zi>4 MORNING at 10, AFTERNOON at 2.3o. 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 Billof 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 tender. EDGAR I. EVANS, A.M.I.C.E. Surveyor, 11th April; 1895. District Council Offices, Penarth PENARTH URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. rpHE above Council are prepared to receive tenders -*■ for the supply and erection of about 100 lineal yards of Cast and Wrought Iron Railing 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 tender. EDGAR I. EVANS, A.M.I.C.E. Surveyor. 11th April. 1895. District Council Offices, Penarth. PENARTH URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. \JU~-ANTED immediately a competent Foreman to take charge, under, the Surveyor, of the Scavengers, Roadmen, Sewermen and others employed by the Council. also to act as Clerk of, Works from time to time on Public and Private Improvement Works. Wages 35/- per week. Applications in own handL. writing, together with not more than two letters of recommendation from recent employers to be sent to the undersigned not later the 22nd inst, sealed and endorsed Foreman." J. W. MORRIS Clerk. 18th April 1895- Urban District Council Office Penarth- TO CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are invited for erecting BAPTIST CHAPEL, VESTRIES, & CARETAKERS HOUSE, Stanwell Road: Penarth. Plans and specifi- cation can be seen and Bills of Quantities obtained on payment of 12 2s (which wiU be returned upon receipt of bona fide tender) at the offices of the under- signed Tenders to sent to E. A. Hart, Esq-, Hon. Sec., Westbourne Road, Penarth, on or before 80th April, 1895, the envelopes being endorsed Tender for Baptist Chapel," Penarth. The Committee do not binq themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. J. P. JONES, RICHARDS & BUDGEN, Architectu, 18 St Mary Street, Cardiff.