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National Vigilance Association. SOUTH WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE BRANCHES. THREE DAYS' SALE OF WORK ON BEHALF OF THE FUNDS OF THE MEDICAL AND PREVENTIVE HOMES, Will (By kind permission of the Mayor of Cardiff, W- P- Carey, Esq.) take place at the Town TL IL Cardiff, On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, July 9th, 10th and 11th. THE obiect of tbe Sale is to raise a sufficient sum of money to pay off the outstanding- debt on the premises used for the Preventive Homes, which have been purchased by the Committee, and which are Freehold, and also to raise a sum of money to be specially devoted to the present needs of the Medical Home. The committee estimate that £ 1,000 will be sufficient to meet all demands, and free all the Homes from debt. It is arranged to hold similar Sales in London and Birmingham. The Committee anticipate no difficulty in raising the amount required. The Homes are for the reception of Children and Young Women from all parts of the United Kingdom, and are especially available for those living in this District. The Ladies and Gentlemen whose names re aappended, will thankfully receive gifts intended for the Sale. CARDIFF— Mrs Lewis Willliams, Cae Coed. Mrs W. Y Edwards, 12, Richmond Road Mrs Budgell 158, Richmond Road Mrs Good 92, Richmond Road MrsBeynon, Glen Bank, Ninian Road, Roath Park Mrs llollyer, Oakley, 193, Newport Road Mrs Bridgman 34, Kiucraig Street Mrs Dawson, St Saviour's Vicarage Mrs Gridley, 4, Hinton Street Mrs Clarke, 43, Covney Street Mrs Roberts, 83, Railway Street Mrs Barnett Jacobs, Rhubina House, Cowbridge Road Mr Padfield, 6, Clare Gardens Mrs A. G. Russell, EO, nlive Street Mrs Windsor, Guildford Crescent PEN ART H— Rev E. S. Roberts, B.A., 5, Clive Place. Mrs Pyne 41, Clive, Place Mrs Pike 8, Westbourne Road Mr E. S. Tregellis, Court y Ville Road BARRY AND DISTRICT— Mrs Inglis, Hill Side Villas Rev J. Honey, Holton Road Mrs Henden,, 87, Station Street Miss Small, Court House, Cadoxton Mrs Fhillips, Main Street, Cadoxton. ABERGAVENNY— Mrs Howells. Stationer, High Street Mrs Morris, Stanhope Street Mrs E, Foster, Regent Street Mrs Beveredge, Frogmore Street Miss Jenk'ns, Ellerslie, Weston Road LLANELLY- Mr W, David Atbenium ABERDARE- Mrs Miles, Commercial Place Mrs George, Commercial Place MERTHYR TYDFIL- Mrs. Peter Williams, Somerset Place Mr E. W, Harris, Chemist, High Street Mrs Thorning, Church Street PONTYPRIDD- Mrs Jones-Powell, Gellywasted Road Mr Belcher, The Golden Key NEATH- Mr Moore, Grocer, Queen Street Mr W. Hibbert, Chemist, The Square SWANSEA— Messrss F'tt, Brothers & Da vies, Wind Street Mrs Ebenezar Davies, Brunswick House CARMARTHEN- Messrs Richards & Son, Merchants HA VERFORDWEST- Mr F. Green, Ironmerchant PEMBROKE DOCK- Mr John Green, Merchant, Meyrick Street J TENBY— Mrs, Peerless, Temperance Hotel Many friends have already lesponded to our appeal for Saleable rticles.. The time is now getting short, and we urgently impress upon all the need of sending in whatever Articles they have ready as soon as they can make it. convenient. Almost anything can be turned to account on such an occasion. The following is a list of what will be most useful, and will be a guide to our friends who desire to aid us. Fancy Articles, including Table and Toilet Draperies, Underclothing, Fancy Ware, Pottery, &c., Pointings and Photographs, Woollen Goods, Baskets, Potted Flowers and Ferns, Household Stores and Provisions, Fancy Soaps and Toilet Requisites of every description, Fruits and Sweets of all kinds, Toys, and indeed anything and everything that can be suggested by the creative genius,of our numerous friends. There will be no Lotteries or Chance Games. Aircontributions of whatever kind intended for the Sale, should be sent as early as possible to the Secretary, Arcada Chambers, St. John's Square, Cardiff. p,S.—A Post Card requesting us to send for gifts, will have immediate attention. .i1:nmediate attention. Rev. CANON THOMPSON, D.D., President. A. E. BEYNON, Ninian Road, ) rr o E. S. TREGELLIS, Court.y-ville Road. Penarth. j Hon' Secretaries, GEO. PIKE, District Secretary. E. FJ GAnn, R.P.G., SANITARY tLUIBER and HOT WATER ENGINEER, GAS-FITTER, BELL-I-IANGER, &c., Begs to intimate 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. ILFRACOMUB. Martin's &GLIFTON" BOARDING- HOUSE, PLEASANTLY SITUATED. FEW MINUTES' WALK FROM PIER, AND CLOSE TO SEA. EXCELLENT NEWLY-FURNISHED DRAW- ING, DINING, AND BED ROOMS. TERMS VERY MODERATE. I PURCHASE PIANOS FOR CASH AND SAVE 50 PER CENT AT The New Pianoforte and Organ Stores, 44, WINDSOR ROAD PENARTH, Next door to Messrs. Vaughan and Co., Dyers. intending purchaasers should see the HIGH CLASS ITI'S INSTRUMENTS now on view at the above address before buying elsewhere. ALL INSTRUMENTS COME DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY, And can be Manufactured to suit the tastes of Customers. Pianos Tuned from 3s. 6d. PIPE AND REED ORGANS TUNED AND RENOVATED. ESTIMATES FREE FOR ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS. Pianos on Hire from 10/6 Monthly. For Perfection in Quality of DAIRY PRODUCE and High Class GROCERIES, try H. HUNTLEY, GLOUCESTER HOUSE, MAUGHAN STREET Finest Home Cured Wiltshire Bacon and Hams. Devons&?$t5 BUTTER AND FRESH EGGs. Tabernacle Baptist Church. DURING POOP OF CfPEL SERVICES Will be held On STJlNTID^^rS In ANDREWS' LARGE HALL, MORNINGatii. EVENING at 6.30. SOHOO MORNING at 10. AFTERNOON at 2.3o. GO TO THE CHRONICLE1 OFFICE, For your if* i It is the JBest and Cheapest. Hign Class Work a Speciality A Cardiff Printer says The Official Programme 0 of the Tabernacle Baptist Fancy Fair, and the Cogan Exhibition Certificates, issued from the Penarth Chronicle office are the neatest specimens of their kinds I hav.e seen turned oat in the district,"