I UNDOUBTEDLY THE I I GREATEST EVENT I In Cardiff next week will be the I BAZAAR I lIND SAllE OF Won f f I On behalf of the Funds of the PREVENTIVE HOMES I of the National Vigilance Association, in the I TO HAUL I Openixlg Oeremonies- I TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1st, at 3 o'clock, by I Fev. Canon Thompson, D.D. R.D. ]' I WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2nd, at 3 o'clock by I Mrs. Vaughan, The Dearxery, LlandafE I THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3rd, at 3 o'clock, by I Alderman F, Gory, Esq., J.P. I Popular Entertainments each day. I AN ATTRAGTIVE PROGRAMME I Of Vocel and Instrumental Music will be provided, and will includv j ■ Violin Solos by MISS KITTY DAVIES, R.C.M-; Overtures I ROATH ORCHESTRAL BAND; Solos, Duetts and Glees by EJ oti I MOORS GLEE PARTY, Other ladies and gentlemen have pror sigafl I to aid in rendering the Programme one of an unusually I I CAPTIVATING CHARACTER, I And Visitors may rest assured of enjoying a I Bright and Gharming Musical E ^erjAgB I OFFICES—ARCADE CHAMBERS, St. John's Sqr are, CARDIFF- I A. E. BEYNON) I K. S. TREGEL' Hon. Sees. I GEO. PIKE, r Jistrict Secretarv.
3rd V.B. Welsh Regiment. i PENAKTH DETACHMENT. 1 ORDERS—Week ending Saturday October 5th, 18" .)5, MON-DAT-Coinpay Drill 8 p.m. Plain clotb' es. THURSDAY—Company Drill at 8 p.m. -pi clothes, Plam By order, SIDNEY COL,)/l A VCaptair,. Commanding Penarth Detachr x t
Fates ar x(i comments. THE Annual Brewsf u — ers Sessions have been held, and eo far as Penartb 1.1 is concerned, very little change has been effected r Plassev Street 3PPl>cal'™ Mre Coucl>. °f was withdrawn that of Mr Miller, Maughan Str failed to 1 ^aS ^ec^ne^' iQasmuch as applicant Stevens a- ov^e evidence of his respectability; Messrs Hall ac* a^ ^° ^°r ^eir premises ander the Masonic Jicensf 'joining the railway station, were granted a t0 Se^ w*nes an(^ spirits by retail, but the beer gar 36 WaS re^usei^ > aa(^ application by Mr Stowe y ->cer, of Glebe Street, was ackjourned until next Londay, at Barry Dock police court, because the notice which should have been served upon the Super- intendent of police, was deposited with the wrong person- The day is pasedlor wholesale granting of licenses, and the magistrates even though they may no themselves, be teetotalers, gieatly hesitate. alld must -oJ- see tb necessity for a new license before they grant it. Ter iiperance Workers have no need to be discouraged ecause of recent events, and because their pet scheme I —Local option—has been for a time shelved. On the | other hand, the signs of the times fill one with hope, i and all should be stimulated to greater diligence in | the teaching and training of the young in total absti- | nence principles. When we remember that it is the youth (If to-day who will make the future of the world, how much care should we exercise in their I education- j We are glad-to lerrn that several gentlemen in our | town are considering the advisability of establishing ¡ 0 in this district a Poultry, Pigeon and Cage Bird Show. There are many fanciers in our midst, and | even if no outsiders exhibited, the show would pro- | bably be large and exceedingly inteiesting. There is scarcely a town anywhere the size of Penartb, which j can boast so many pigeon fanciers, and it is to be re- j gletted that they have not, se far, exhibited their | fancies, for they po&sess some excellent specimens of | show bird fl. However there is a flyi-ag club here, i and many trophies have been won by the members. j We hope now that the ball has been set rolling it will be pushed on and on, and that next year will see j established a strong society for the encouragement of I bird fanciers generally.
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Penarthians at Newport Poultry Show. The fifth annual show m connection with the Newport and Monmouthshire Poultry, Pio-eon, Rabbit and Cage Bird Sogietp, was held at Newport on Wednesday. We are glad to note the following local prize winners Poultry—J. S. Evans, Peuarth, secured 2 firsts, and 1 fouith prize. ]?jlr —First prize Mr F. Miiler 34, Salop Street, Periattli. nage Birds-Messrs Harvey and Hall, Cogan, were awarded 1 first, 2 seconds, 2 thirds and 1 fourth prizes.
Volunteer Intelligenca. HOW CAPTAIN BRAIN'S DETACHMENT LOSI THE QUEENS PRIZE. At the Ship Hotel Penarth, on Wednesday night, Cap'c S. A. Brain, (commanding officer of the ^nd Glamorgan A. V. detachmentat the recent Shoebary- Mess meeting,) invited his company, numbering 60, to a banquet, which Host Lewis catered for, in his usual satisfactory style. Among the officers present were y 11 Colonel H 0 Fisher, Commander of the detachment, Lieu. Colonel E C Fry, iN,Iaj r Fleming Thomas, Captain W Gasgoyne Dal5iel, J J H-mdcock, W Stal- ly brass, Wilkinson, Dest, A Shepherd, Lieut, Pynaan, and Sergeant Majors Attwell H.A., (of the headquar- ter Staff) and Daly R.A., local Instructor. The post prandial proceedings were presided over by Captain Brain, the vice- chairmanship being vested in Majors Attwell and Daly. After the loyal tca-t. Colonel Fisher in a happy speech referred to his inclebtedness to Captain Brain, who had relieved him of the onorous camp commandacy. AI, hough he (the sp aker) had a severe cold yet he had com over that night ir o derto thank Captain Brain, and t) dunk his health (cfceara and musical honour) 'ihj gallant Colonel also expressed a hope that the Queen's Prize would be secured by his men in the near future. (Hear. bear). Captain Brain in responding, said that the detach- ment had an enviable prestage, and he did not think the Company had made a single enemy at Shoebury- ness. They had been cheered to the echo when they had come forward to receive their prizes, the shouts being, "Good Old Wales, Good old Glamorgan." Their reputation was s cond to none, and he was, therefore, exceedingly proud, and felt that his heart was as big as a beer barrel (Laughter) In adverting to the Queens Prize, Captain Bruin said his company 4- with 19 others out of 48 had been disqualified. They had, when up there, to drtll on a gun they had never seen before, and knew nothing about it. He was in London a fortniggt ago making representations to the War Depot of this injustice to provincial artillery men. The prizes happily secured at Shoeburyness were Company Sergeant Wakeham (Barry), single 64 pounder competition, 1st prize £30, 2nd prize, Sergt. Hailet 2nd detachment Penartb, 64 pounder, £20, and 4th prize, Duke of Cambridge Cup. These were presented to the recipients and the rest of the even- ing was given up to conviviality.
Church Parade at Penarth. On Sunday afternoon the Penarth Detachment, 3rd V.B. Welsh Regiment, mustered on parade 80 strong, and under the commandancy of Captain Sidney Cole- man, marched to the railway station where they were re-inforced by a Cardiff contingent, numbering 150, under the command of Colour Sergeant King. Form- ing iBto line opposite the Landsdowne, the head- e, quarters band, in number 25, under bandmaster Mr Arthur Johnstone, played a selection of appropriate music, including II Chuoch Belle, in excellent time and tune. Among the officers present were: Penarth -Captain Coleman, Lieut Simpson, Sergeant Instruc- tor Lobban, Quartermaster Coleman, Quartersergeant T. S. Lloyd, Colour Sergsant Jones and Sergeants David Thomas, Vinnicombe, Lloyd, Davies, Angove and C. Percy. Oardiff-Colour Sergeant Kino-, Drumi Sergeant Thompson and Sergeants C- Austin F Austin, James Martin and Perkins. The men marched to St Augustine's Church through the principal thoroughfares of the town, the route being well lined, where divine service was conducted by the Vicar of Llandaff. Rev J. R. Buckley who delivered a stirring and apposite homily un the text Be strong, and quit yourselves like men." The i vocal portion of the service was accompanied by the band, who also gave, as a concluding voluntary- < The Pilgrims Song of Hope." The corps'afterwarda i marched to the Lesser Hall to partake of refreshments the Cardiff detachment finally entrained at 6 o'clock, The weather was glorious, and the men's smart appearance is commendation enougL for the erthasi- astic and popular Instructor, who initiated this separate Church parade for the local Riflemen.