NOTICE OF REMOVAL. iI E. A. HOOPER'S FUNERAL ESTABLISHMENT Is THE BEST FOR ALL CLASSES OF FUNERALS. FURNITURE REMOVED To all parts of the KINGDOM. WINDSOR MEWS, SALOP ST., PENARTH PRIGE LIST ON APPLICATION. FIREWOOD! FIREWOOD BLOCKS, BUNDLES, CHOPPED STICKS at the Penarth Firewood Supply 57, and 58, SALOP STREET, Penarth, JiE CI. C. JlewHiiii, PROFESSOR OF MUSIG, Organist and Choir-Master of Windsor Road Jongre- gational Church. Receives and Visits Pupils for INSTRU- MENTAL, VOCAL & THEORETI- CAL Tuition Pupils prepared for the various local Musical Examinations, NUMEROUS FIFST GLj4SS TESTIJWJMI/iLS j Prospectus may be had on application Address—Mozart House Windsor Road. WIlslslAM CAMPBELL. Glass and flhina Burner & Riviter 65, SALOP STREET P.a" )lfenartb. flectt Springs and Guafds put in Cattving fttks All lands of Cutlery ground and set. — No connection with any other person in the trade. — CELEBRATED CELEBRATED ORGANS & PIANOS. For Catalogues, address, CD DANIEL F. BEATTY A STIMULATING, SUSTAINING CUP > —MADE INSTANTLY. f A small spoonful of Cadbury's Cocoa, with boil. ing water or milk will make a large breakfast cup of the most delicious, di- gestible, absolutely pure and nourishing cocoa, of the greatest strength and finest flavour, entirely free from any admixture. Pure, wholesome, and cheap, and has no superior in the market ."—Hygiene. s WANTED.-Washing and Cleaning, by respect- able Person, who can be well recommended. Apply at the Chronicle Office, Penarth. FOR SALE, Brussels Sprouts and Autumn Giant — Cauliflower Plants, Is. per 100; Savoys, 9d. per 100—Apply 62, Salop Street. M ATRIMONIAL.-A Gentleman just retiring from Sea to start Business on Shore, is desirous of corresponding with a Spinster of middle age, from 30 to 40, with small means, with a view to early marriage- No Matrimonial Agencies treated with. —Apply, in first instance, by letter, addressed to W. H., Chronicle Office, Penarth. This is genuine. I HEARTS OF BRITAIN BENEFIT AND DIVIDEND SOCIETY, LIMITED.—Agents Wanted in Penarth District-Managers, Foremen, Timekeepers, and others having spare evenings; stamp for reply. Hermon J. White, District Manager, 8, Arcot-street, Penarth. WANTED, at once, Apprentices to the Dress- making.-Apply Mrs Macdonald, 127, Plassey- street, Penarth. FEATHERS, Gloves, &c., done up, Cleaned and Dyed.—Mrs Trump, 2, James Street. WANTED. An apprentice to the Dressmaking.— Apply Mrs Davies, 2, Ivy Street, Penarth. MR- & MRS. BUCKLA.NL, Wardrobe and Fur- niture Dealers. The Oldest Established Dealer in Penarth.-57 and 58, Salop Street. WANTED at once, an Apprentice to the Knitting. —Apply Evans and Cory, The Penarth Knitting Factory, 62, Arcot Street. YOU WILL NEVER GET WELL I HUGHES'S- UNTIL YOU TAKE IBLOOD PILLS Try what you may, the system will never be eradicated of Disease until the Direct and s Specific Remedy for the Blood is taken, Hughes's Blood Pills For Bad Blood, contains the germs of all the Ailments which trouble the Human System, permeating every organ of the Body, dis- turbing their duties, and bringing the Nervous System to that despondent state which often prefer Death to Lite HENCE HUGHES'S BLOOD PILLS SECURE PURE BLOOD VIGOROUS DIGESTION iEALTHY SKIN SOUND KIDNEYS ;TRONG NERVES STRONG ART ACTIVE LIVER] and Happy & lively Spirits HUGHES'S BLOOD CURE PILLS SCURVEY SKIN RASH TORPID LIVER INDIGESTION HEADACHE DYSPEPSIA BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION RHEUMATISM NERVOUSNESS PILES, FITS TRY A BOX OF HUGHES'S BLOOD PILLS THEY ILL BRING YOU HEALTH, JOY, HAPPINESS And enable you to follow your occupation with comfort and pleasure SEND for a Box from any Chemist or Dealer i? Patent Medicines. They are sold at lilt, 2/9, 4/6 DON'T be persuaded to take any Substi- tute, but see that you get the Geuuine Sort, with the TRADE MARK, shape of a Heart on a Red Label, on each Box, or send direct enclosing 1/3, 2/11, or 4/9, to the Maker, JACOB HUGHES, Manufacturing Chemist, Penarth, who will mail them by return UP loo 60 -1 "-I to t SAMUEL GARWOOD, Salop Street, PRACTICAL Layer of Drain Pipes and W.O. Repairer. Mason Work &c. undertaken Over 25 Years' experience. Excellent References given Home-made Bread. E. BISHOP, CONFECTIONBK 4, GLEBE STREET, PENARTH. Sole Agent for UPTON'S TEAS. 3rd V.B. Welsh Regiment. PEN1RTH DETACHMENT. Orders-Week ending Saturday, 29nd June, 1895. MONDAY-Batallion Drill, Cardiff, 6.45 p.m. Drill TUESDAY-Class firing 2.30 p.m. WEDNESDAY-Equipment to be issued. 8 p.m. for Camp and Inspection, THURSDAY—Company Drill, 8 p.m. Plain clothes. SATURDAY—1st Stage Ladies' Cup Competition. 3 pm. Non-commissioned officers and men not yet measured for kersey frock and field service cap are requested to attend ab Mr Lowman's tailor's shop as early as possible, for kersey frock will be required for camp and inspection. By order, (Signed) SIDNEY COLEMAN, Commanding Captain, PlesentsI Presents!! TEA! TEA!! TEA! Beg to call Special Attention to their TE JLS, Which are of the Finest Qualities 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 Al-d per Jb 2 BACON, Finest Wiltshire from 7d per lb HAMS, Wiltshire from 8d per lb BUTTERS, (Finest) from IOd per lb EGGS, (Extra Quality Irish) 8d per doz CHEESE, (Dutch) 5d per 10 (Cannot be beaten for Quality.) CHEESE, (Best American) from 7d per lb J.S. and Co., also wishes to inform the public that at their Establishment, can be purchased all other Provisions at Wholesale Prices. BREAD I 4d. per 41b Loaf. NOTE ADDRESS- Sames Sajufi & 80., 68. MAUGHAN ST., PENARTH.
Police Business at Penarth and Barry. EXTRA COURTS ARRANGED. In consequence of the pressure of business at the petty sessional courts now held at Penarth arid Barry Dock on Mondays and Thursdays respectively, and the many occasional courts which it has been found necessary to hold between the intervening" courts, a meeting of the magistrates concerned was held on Wednesday at the Cardiff offices of the clerk (Mr J. Morris), to consider the advisability of establishing additional courts. Mr J. S. Batchelor presided, and the other magistrates present were General Lee, Mr W- B. Gibbs, Mr Lowden, Mr Meggitt. and Dr Neale. The Chief Constable, (Captain Lindsay) and Superin- tendent Giddings were also in attendance. Several suggestions were made, but it was ultimately decided to hold courts at Barry Dock on Mondays and Fridays and one at Penarth on Wednesdays, the new arrange- ment to commence on the first Monday in July. t 9 ■