"Fe>x- M jSgfJbiL €Z3JLs&ss& Cakes, Pastry & Bans of every description, You cannot do better than give us a Trial. BREAD DELIVERED DAILY TO ALL PARTS OF PENARTH. Specialties- Cytos Bread. Cytos Biscuits. Cytos I Cakes. awl fir, our Olcilfc Sea Cades, 1zd. each. THE QUEEN RESTAURANT S t; EL W Oil JEfc. O SL d.9 (ADJOINING STATION,) PENARTH H. R. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. ."<' <
South Glamorgan. MEETING OF PENARTH UNIONISTS. .7- A meeting of the prominent Conservatives and Liberal Unionists in the district was held at Penarth on Monday evening, under the presidency of Mr Cecil Riches. Amongst others present were Messrs G C Thomas, Carslake Thompson, J M Jennings, R S Boyer, Turberville Jenkins, FHEnsor, A Andrews, J Rainer, W R Parker, R C Griffiths (Bridgend) sec- retary, and D Lloyd Lougher Cardiff), agent for the district. Major who was also present, delivered a short address, in which he stated that he intended to btpy in the divisio a un'il the election was over, and by canvassing and working vigorously and aided by the various commitfees, he hoped to be returned at the head of the poll- On the proposition of Mr Jenkins, seconded by Mr Boyer, it was resolved that a joint central committee of Conservatives and Liberal Unionists be formed for the purpose of canvassing the different wards of the Penarth polling districts for registration- The committee met afterwards, and we understand that arrangements were made to take prompt action to ensure that all voters shall be duly registered. A public meeting, to be addressed by Major Quin and other speakers, will be held in Penarth in the course of the next three weeks.
Penarth Allotments Association. On Saturday evening last the annual meeting of the Penarth Allotments Association was held in the Schoolroom. The treasurer's and auditors' reports were pre- sented, and showed a good balance in hand. The election of officers resulted in Mr George Pile being elected to the presidency, Messrs W. Farr and W. Liles retaining their positions as treasurer and secretary respectively. The committee, with one exception, were re-elected. The attendance of members was small, and busi- ness proposed to ba discussed was referred to the committee.
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Penarth District Council. The Baths, Pleasure Boats, and Hackney Carriages Committee met on Monday night, Mr R. Bevan occu- pying the chair. Messrs T. S. Lloyd. J. Pavey, T. Bevan, and J. W. Morris (clerk) were also present. BATHS. Complaints having arisen of persons bathing on the beach in puris naturalibusi the Clerk said that bye- laws were in existence forbidding this, and offenders could in consequence be prosecuted. It was therefore decided to summarily proceed against any person contravening this law. A letter was read from Mr J. M. Jennings, asking that the 7s 6d which he bad paid for a monthly ticket for the baths be repaid him, as he bad since taken out a season ticket. The matter was left to the Surveyor, who was directed to refund the money. PLEASURE BOATS. It was resolved to recommend the Council to grant a licence to Thomas Sherman, and also to Henry Cooper, for an extra boat each, as well as to grant licenses to the following boatmen Messrs C. Da vies, Thomas Jones, Henry Yarnton, William Yarnton, E. Turnbull, John Buckley, John Boyle, and James Hock. HACKNEY CARRIAGES. It was further resolved to recommend the Council to grant a licence to Mr White for a two-wheeled carriage, and to grant drivers' licenses to Messrs Geo. John, Wm. Lewis, and Charles Brookes. The minutes of the previous meetings in each case were read and confirmed.
Steamers in Collision off P enarth. At an early hour on Monday morning a collision occurred off Penarth between the steamers Enoch, light (the local agents are Messrs. Tapson and Co.), and Trinidad, Loaded. Both vessels were extensively damaged—the Enoch on the starboard, and the Trin- idad on the port bow. They both put back to the Roath Dock.
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Gleanings. SOWER AND SEED. kindly word and a kindly deed,. A helpful hand in time of need, With a strOBg, true heart To do his part- Thus went the sower out with his seedi Nor stayed in bis toil to name his creeds No coat-of-arms, po silken crest, No purple or linen about his breast, But royally true To the purpose in view Was his ceaseless search, and his constant quest For suffering souls in need of rest. Feeling for others, bearing their pain. Freeing the fetters, undoing the chain, From sorrows and tears, He wrought the bright years. Still, unknown to rank, and unknown to fame, In letters of light God writeth his name. a Rich parents may smile at the idea of their children ever needing to work for a livelihood, but high birth is no protection against misfortunes. 1. A would-be humourist said to a very smart woman, speaking of her sex generally, Ah, it is your mission to make fools of raen." Then it is a pity that in so many cases Nature has forestalled us," was the reply, Mary had a little lamb, rr., Its flesh was pink and white Green peas came in, and all too so6n The lamb was out of sight. A pretty compliment was paid to Mrs Siddons by Sir Joseph Reynolds, who, as he signedjhis name on the edge of her robe, remarked, "Now, madame, I shall go down to posterity on the hem of your garment." A little girl hesitated over a four syllable word while reading to her mother, who said, Come, dear, do you know whas that is ?" The child answered quickly, "Don't you know?" "Oh, yes; but I want to know if you know it Yes," said the little girl. -'Well *then, tell me." "No," answered the child. You know, and I know, so what's the good of talking any more about