ESTABLISHED OVER QUARTER OF A CENTITRY, David Cornwell, !fOu7:Rer, AND G-lelbe A T T PENARTH. JL JLL jTY JL JL JL '!M PORK PIES, any size, 7d per Ib BEST PORK SAUSAGES, 8d per lb HOME CURED BACON AND HAMS (WHITE or Smoked) LEGS OF PORK, 6d per lb HOME MADE BRAWI, in Moulds, 8d per Ib Just the thing for the Breakfast or Tea Table. -& -L UTin. Saim,deFs Stafier and Confectioner 53, PLASSEY csTHEET, (Nex t door to Mr Corr. well, Butcher.) and The Decker Bakery, Ludlow Street, Penarth. Bood Home frtade and Ture 20fiole meal BRE&D. CHOICE CAKE from 4d. to Is, per lb. 4 Delicious PASTRY of every Description. PARTIES CATERED FOR. Bread delivered daily to all parts of the Town. -+- Tabernacle Baptist Church. .J.. DURING REBUILDINO of pa SERVICES Will be lieia Oil SUN""DA"YS In ANDREWS' LARGE HALL MORNING at n. EVENING at 6.30. SCHOO MORNING at to. AFTERNOON at 2.3o L. Cosslett, DRESSMAKER. j 23, WOOD STREET, ^ZEINT^-jE^TZHL j Newest Styles. Perfect Fit Guaranteed HFBACOM 13 E. JC&rtjin's • OLIFTOI" BOARDING HOUSE, I PLEASANTLY SITUATED. FEW MINUTES' WALK FROM PIER, AND CLOSE TO SEA.. EXCELLENT N E WLY FURNISH ED DRAW- ING, DINING, AND BED ROOMS. TERMS VERY MODERATE. PURCHASE PIANOS FOR CASH AND SAVE 50 PER CENT AT The Few Pianoforte and Organ Stores, 44, WINDSOR ROAD, PENARTH, Next door to Messrs. Vaughan and Co., Dyers. Intending purchaasers should see the IIIGH CLASS 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. GO TO THE CI-IIÜNICLE OFFICE, For your 30 IP* ir»JL3» -t* i Ml v It is the 13est zlime- Cheapest. I Hign Class Work a Speciality
Notes and Comments. IN our last issrie we published a letter beaming upon the subject of the Nonconformist ministers of Penarth in relation to the newly established Liberal Associa- tion. We are sure that very many of the Liberals of our town will agree with the writer, for it was no part of the duty of the meeting referred to to inquire as to what a man's occupation was, but they were called tog-ether to select the best men possible, the men possessing the most influence, the men willing to work to wipe out the disgrace which has fallen upon our town and the whole of the Liberal party of South Glamorgan. When the election took place we were caught napping. The first effort of this association should be to heal all differences, and to get bound together every section of the party, for if there is a continuation cf that lack of unity which has existed during the pasf- few months, we cannot have any hope for the future. United we stand, divided we fall," must be our motto. Let us all be prepared to bear our share of the burden, but at the same time not seek to bear the responsibilities of others. It is singular that, with one exception, all the Nonconformist minis- ters of Penarth reside in the Central Ward, and we are proud to assert that they are all men who have the courage of their convictions, and their hands ought tc be upheld by every Nonconformist in the town. We are not so enlighted but that we need more light, and were some of those who denounced the election of the ministers on the Two Hundred a little more enlightened as to what our Nonconformist forefathers had suffered for the truth, if they con* sidered the great need which exists to-day for unity in our ranks, they would have spoken with a different voice, and a hand of welcome would have been ex- extended to every one of our ministerial brethren. Our correspondent dealt fairly, squarely, and openly with the question, and it is to be hop?d that oven yet, now that it has been determined to elect a Liberal Two Hundred instead of One Hundred, that the names of these gentlemen will be included, and that in the future we shall be rrepared to sink our little petty differences for the gcod of our party.