1LFBACOMKE. I "Martin's "nCLIFTOI" BOARDING HOUSE, PLEASANTLY SITUATED. FEW MINUTES' WALK FROM PIER, AND CLOSE TO SEA. EXCELLENT NEWLY-FURNISHED DRAW- lNG, DINING, AND BED ROOMS. TERMS VERY MODERATE. Tabernacle Baptist Church. DURING REBUILSP OF Of PEL SERVICES | Will be held J In I ANDREWS' LAROE HALL, J MORNING at n. EVENING at 6.30. SCIIOO MORNING at 10. AFTERNOON at 2.3o. E. f GANN, H.P.G., SAIITARY PLUMBER and w HOT WATER ENGINEER, ■GAS-FITTER, BELL-HANGER, &c., Begs to intimate to the Residents of Penarth and I 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. 1 ELOCUTION. I T ADY (from London) Accepts ENGAGEMENTS VACANCIES FOR PUPILS- SCHOOLS ATTENDED. For terms, address—" Eiocutiün," 23, Lower Cathedral Road, CARDIFF, J CARDIFF AND PENARTH FERRY BOAT. IONN' AND I KA'I'E' Will (wdather anl circumstances permitting) ply between Cardiff aud Penarth Dock as under —(unless unavoidably delayed.) Cardiff and Penarth Dock Morni'-jg Afternoon Saturday 25 7 10 4 9 Monday 27 7 11 30 5 30 9 Tuesday 28 7 12 30 6 30 9 Wednesday 29 7 1 7 30 9 Thursday 30 7 30.« 2 8 *9 Friday 31 8 30. 9 Saturday 19 j 9 Penarth Dock and Cardiff. Morning Afternoon Saturday 25¡ 7 15.10 15 4 16. 9 15 Monday 27i 7 15.11 45 5 45. 9 15 Tuesday 28 7 15.12 45 6 45. 9 15 Wtdaesday 29 7 15. 1 15 7 45. 9 15 Thursday .„ 30 7 45. 2 15 8 15. 9 15 Friday 31 8 46.9 15 Saturday 1 3 15 Saturday 1 3 15 PURCHASE PIANOS FOR CASH. The New Pianoforte and Organ Stores, 44, WINDSOR ROAD, PENARTH, Next door to Messrs. Vaughan and Co., Dyers. Ladies in want of a FIRST-CLASS INSTRUMENT should pay us a visit. ALL INSTRUMENTS COME DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY, And can be Manufactured to snit Customers' tastes. On the New Hire System FROM 103. PER MONTH. SINGLE TUNING FROM 3s. 6d. ESTIMATES FREE FOR ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS. For Perfection in Quality of DAIRY PRODUCE and High Class GRO^FRIES, try H. HUNTLEY, GLOUCESTER HOUSE, MAUGHAN STRliEl Finest Home Cured Wiltshire Bacon and Hams. DevonshTRE BUTTER AND Pressi EGGS. L. Cosslett, DRESSMAKER, 23, WOOD STREET, (West Cottages,) PENARTH. Newest Styles. Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
Weekly Notes by Quirkpepip. The Editor does not hold himself responsible for the opinions expressed in these notes. District Councillor W. Ij. Monis, J P., was one of the unfortunate victims who was delayed on going to Pewsey by the recent railway accident between Bristol and Bath. 000 "Timothy Slick" must have been a bit of a ver- dant phool in his courting days 1 Oh, the agony of his sweethearting 000 There have been many guesses as to" Tim's" ident tity. His nationality has at least betrayed him. In hid poetical effusion last week he made hewl" rhyme with It soul." By me sowl," he's an Irish- man, shure! o » f) It is whispered that the Chairman of the District Council will at the next Public Works' Committee be presented ,HEh a natty souvenir in connection with the I opening-of the Reading Room last February. I Colonel Guthrie, J.P., who returned last week from a five months' visit to his son in Ceylon, took a trip, in company with his wife, to Weston last Saturday on board the "Scotia," and, if appearances couut for aught, the Colonel has greatly benefited by his lengthy absence. The many friends, football and others, will be glad to hear tiat Mr John Guthrie is in excellent health and doing well in his adopted CJuntry. o 0 o Admiral Seymour, who visited Penarth on Tues- day, looks every inch a sailor Tall, straight of limb and spare, twenty breezy knots an hoti,, seems written in his very features. When stepping from the steam launch on to the pier, an official prof- fered an helping hand, but the Admiral brusquely 0 y said, Don't touch me. I can manage all right, I've got both legs and arms. 0 0 t Mr Neale, Professor Trowe, and Professor Tanner ) membeis of the Penarth Entomological Society went down to the Yale of Neath abcit Eastertide. j Near Hirwain Mr Neald scaled a mountain which w,:s 1 known to be the resort of ravens, and secured three n fledglings, which he lowered safely to his friends be- low. He afterwards took them to his ho:iv±, where they may now be seen-neady fledged. 9 0 0 Captain Evans, our genial and courteous pier- master, used to trade in '38 to Cardiff, up the old canal, some time before the docks were dreamt of. Iron ore and tin from Liverpool and Barrow were the usual cargoss. 0 0 0 Colonel Guthrie has brought back with him from Ceylon a young bear, which has alreaiy found many friends m its adopted country. I) I) The Beach watermen are still very sore over the alleged unwarrantable a.nd utterly untrue aspersion against their character over t-ha matter of the removal of a seat. They earnestly courtjin inquiry by the Pleasure Boats' Committee, 0 0 ins> -t- RuUci I«u Penarth a pretty little legacy of £ 40 es the result of a raid upon a shebeen, and the shebeener was amerced < £ 40, or to suffer an alter- native of a month's incarceration at the county's ex- pense. By the advice, doubtless, of his astute counsel, the offender compromised matter by offering C3 £ 2 down and promising 7s 6d weekly. This was 0 agreed to, but the upshot is, sa ins alleged, that only £ 2 7s 6,1 lias been paid towards that £4:0. Oh, ye gods and lit tIc fishes, forfend our hucensiug b W 000 On the Sunday preceding the fateful Tuesday when the Conservative Club was so ignominioasly and ruth- lessly put up to public auction some of the pereniallv thirsty souls of Penarth paid a final loving pilgrimage to the club premises, but found the pluce as dark as Erebus, owing to the gas having been cut oft. Lu; in tenebris was, however, quickly forthcoming, for soon empty bottles were extemporised candle-ticks, o < (J The Don "—which is synonymous with Mr Owen ought to be publicly feted. After nearly a twelve- month's hard labour, he has at last made a L £ ? club in Penarth an accompli fait. Aquatic entertain- ments and natatorial displays will now 6,- ihe pieces de resistance of the season. I) 0 (1 Our Beach experts say that the gleam launch which accompanies the Admiralty yacht, Hawk. travels 11 to 12 knots an hour easily. It was really surprising Q to see how fast she Could go last Tuesday.
OATCH WORK. Ta TOtrWORK P tchwork. Agents Wanted. Ladies, Families, and 0 hens to try out Parcels, containing about 200 asorte I pieces of beau- tiful prints, suitable for aprons, cushions, quilts. One sample parcel, Is 6d two. 2s 6cl; four. 4s d carriage paid. Also velvets, silks, satin-. <cfc.« oir> po.: e=d Cd two, 4 fid four. 6s 3d:—I. BLACK 71 Bui ling toa Street, MANCHESTER-
best and truest sense. There I found several letters awaiting- me, con- gratulating me upon reaching the zenith of happiness and bliss., I gratulzitinc, me upon reachingfhe zenith of happiness On3 was from my old chum Murphy. I am pleased to say that be has exerted a beneficent influence upon his wife, and that they are jogging along quite comfortably- This morning- when I awoke from my slumbers I also awoke from my dream. After all, I find that it is quite true that I am really married. I have been busy since breakfast. preparing for our trip. My housekeeper will look after the hous3 while we are away. She was very much cut up at first be- cause I did not have her for my wife; but some one els6 has soothed her savage breast and they will be married soon- Thus, undoubtedly, some terrible tragedy has been averted. My dear 1 ttle wife has just come in. She puts her tiny little hand on my shoulder) and looking into my face with gladsome eyes, she says playfully "Are you happy now, you foolish boy; are you quite sure you do not repent marrying me ? I simply answer, as my arm steals round her slender waist, and I kiss the shiiiing south "Yes, darling, I am perfectly satisfied." To be Continued•