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Fc:»p jOLajsTla. Class Gakes, Pastry & Bans of every description, You cannot do better than give us a Trial. BREAD DELIVERED DAILY TO ALL PARTS OF PENARTH. Cvtos I 8/ Bread. Cytos Biscuits. Cytos Cakes. S"ry our dftilfi 5"ea Cades, lid. eacfi. THE • QIIEEH + RESTAURANT 73 t; &, ml hit ell JEt. cl,tl (ADJOINING STATION,) PENARTH. H. R. WILLIAMS, Proprietor.
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G hit-Chat. By RAMBLING TOMMY. fC Would you mind tying my boot lace for me ? Said a woman with a baby in her arms to a person she met in the street- "Y eM; isn't it arful," was the reply, and the duty was performed. 0 0 0 A local milk vendor allowed one of his customers to get in debt to the aai"uir of 8 t. He then stopped t! e su .ply- ;•"<< fiii- the su-xtr three months called y guhuly every day at tl.e house for the amount due. One ml rniiig the gi od wom;-n sent uut a message to him to the effect that he had better let the 8d go to- wards purchasing a new knocker- ooo A correspondent of st. David's Weekly hears that the Kecsor oi Teintith searched in his own diocese for a vicar-designate of the proposed ecclesiastical dis. trict of Ali Saints, PcLatth, but in vain. The co respondent hardly knows who to pity the moat, the Kector of Penarth or the Diocese of Liatidaff." e 0 0 Mr and Mrs R. Forrest visited Penarth Windsor Gardens on Sunday afternoon, and afterwards had tea at the Esplanade Hotel- o e o Some of my Cogan friends do not quite like their village being termed" Brickworks Hollow," although they would not obj ct to "The City of Bricks." I think, myself, that the former sounds more musical, hence my leason for using it ( n one or two occasions. My iufcrmant tells me that it has been thought that the use of the term, in the report of Mr Proud's con- e, r 1 st week, suggest d that the young people form t! 11 1 lJg f1 > o:ect choir" hollov, ed" instead of singing. A greater mistake was never made. Mr Proud has a party of whom he ought to be proud, and it goes without saying that the party are, one and all, proud of their Proud. ooo The committee of the British Women's Temper- ance Association announce a Jumble S.de, to be held in the American Matket, Arcot-street, on Wednesday next. I understand a considerable number of articles have been promised, and all that will be required will be put chasers. The goods will be offered at very low pticeR, so that the poor people of the town nny de- pend upon getting some good articles at a trilling cost- Second-hand dealers need not attend- ooo In the House of Commons on Tuesday,on the motion of Mr Bill, a Bill to empower magistratesto prohibit the sale of intoxicating liquors to persona previously con- victed of drunkenness was introduced and read a first time. 0 0 0 Councillor Ebenczer Beavan has been a keen suf- ferer for a long time from the effects of an old-stand- ing wrench, which eminent medical men failed to remedy- During the past few weeks, however, he has submitted himself to homoeopathic treatment at the hands of Mr John Stuart, of Cardiff, and a woc- d Mfnl change for the better has taken place, and a permanent cure seem* to be ahead- This is good for ilie health of Councillor Beavan and for the reputa- tion of Mr John Stuart—South WaUs Daily News. ooo Messrs J. G. L ddox and Son offered for sale at the Roy I Hotel, Ca; diff, on Tuesday evening, a valu- a lot of properties situated in Highland-terrace, Plassey-street, Penarth. The reserve price was not reached, and the pr< parties remain on offer by private contract. Jack Sepoy, in a letter on Volunteer matters to the- South Wales Daily News says :—" Very socn we sballi have the long service medals distributed to the rank and file of our regiment. In connection with this presentation I should hope the colonel would see his way clear to make the occasion as imposing as possible by having a grand review. It appears to me that Whit-Monday would be a most convenient time for this, for two reasons-tirst, the men would have no difficulty in attending this parade, as theie is no work. that day and last, there would be a big attendance of the public, being Bank Holiday. It would be a good thing to have the whole regiment here on such an unique occasion, and for the whole of the presen- tations for the regiment to take place at the same time There is a rice, convenient spot on the cliffs,, OIl the.way to Lavernock, at Penarth, that would just be suitable for the purpose. This ground illl railed off, and the public would be able to enjoy the sight without getting in the way of the troops- What would add to the picturesqueness of this scene would be the Engineer Volunteers and the Artillery Voluu- eers keeping the ground. I predict that there would- be 20,000 spectator present." Ie- a '•A movement is on fo. says a Cardiff paper, to approach Lord Windsor with a view to his be- coming Mayor of Cardiff for the municipal year 1895-6. A young fellow in Penarth Reading Room* after reading the paragraph, exclaimed, Wha t a blessed cheek; they'll be asking the Piiuce of Wales n:jxt." =:
pATOHWOBK. PATCHWORK Pitch work. Agents Wanted. Ladies, Families, and others to try our Parcels, containing about, 200 assorted pieces of beau- tiful prints, suitable for aprons, cushions, quilts* One sample parcel, Is Od two, 2s Gd four, 43 9d carriage paid. Also velvets, silks, satins, &c.,o 2sd; two, 4s 6d four, Gs 3d.—J. BLACK, 71 Burlington duet, MANCHESTER-