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IMPORTANT NOTICE. JJELICIOUS JUTAYPOLE JgTJTTER NOW ONLY lid. PER LB. MAYPOLE BUTTER, lid. PER LB. MAYPOLE BUTTER, lid. PER LB. DIRECT FROM DAIRIES — FINEST QUALITY pEOCURABLE. — FRESH CHURNED IARGARINE, 4D., 6D. & 8U. PER LB. Guaranteed to give Satisfaction, BRANCHES IN ALL LARGE TOWNS. London Offices: ELDON STREET, E.C. NOTE THE ADDRESS- MAYPOLE DAIRY COMPANY, 83A, TAFF STREET, PONTYPRIDD. 1735 T A F F yALE PARK, pONT YPR IDD. PONTYPRIDD FOOTBALL CLUB SECOND GRAND ATHLETIC SPORTS, BANK HOLIDAY, AUGUST 2ND, AT 2 P.M. LIST OF EVENTS FOOTKACING PROFESSIONAL. 131CYCLING AMATEUR. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. 1.—Boys' Race (under 14) 0 15 0 0 7 6. 0 r; 0 2.-120 yards Handicap (Football Players) 3 3 0 1 1 0. 0 10 6 3.-120 yards Open Handicap. 12 0 0. 3 0 0. 1 0 0 4.—440 yards Open Handicap. 600200100 5.—One mile Open Handicap. 6 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 6.—One mile Bicycle Race (open to Licensed Amateurs) 6 6 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 7.-Three mile Bicycle Race (open to Licensed Amateurs) 6 6 0. 2 2 0. 1 1 0 O.-One mile Novice Bicycle Race (open to Licensed Amateurs). 2 2 0. 1 1 0 0 10 6 FT71 "OA PFYNT THE CHAMPION ATHLETE OP THE WORLD, WILL POSITIVELY 0 COMPETE AT THESE SPORTS, Entry Forms may be obtained of the Hon. Sec., GWILYM L. MORGAN, 3363 White Hart Hotel, Pontypridd. PONTYPRIDD. JOHN EVANS & CO/S SUMMER SALE OF DRAPERY WILL COMMENCE ON SATURDAY, JULY 31st, 1897, AND CONTINUE FOR 28 DAYS. — IMMENSE REDUCTIONS — IN MILLINERY, MANTLES, CAPES, JACKETS, COSTUMES, BLOUZES AND SKIRTS. The Whole Stock of Children's Clothing must be Cleared Regardless of Cost. QBE AT BARGAINS IN DRESS MATERULS^AND HOUSEHOLD REMNANTS VERY CHEAP. 3378 Public Notices. SAFE FOR CHILDREN. 7, I!tA HABI A' -L STOPS COLD CURES COUGH Having a violent cough I took two doses of HAYMAN'S BALSAM and felt greatly relieved. After one bottle my cough had quite gone. T. MARLES, 484, Caledonian Road, A. Speedy cure# of colds in the head (Influenza) re- lieving me from a state of misery to my normal con- dition, lead me to express my high opinion ef your medicine. It afforded me prompt relief and com- plete cum.-ALFRBD MBAGER, London, B.C. TRY ONE BOTTLE. BOLD EVERYWHERE, Price Is l £ d. & 2s.9d. 15 TFFTH TEETH*. GENUINE & PAINLESS TEETH! AMERICAX DENTISTRY. The AMERICAN DENTISTS'Co., Regd., LONDON. PARIS. NEW YORK. W. ADAMS, R. D. S., E m 4 QUEEN STREET, CARDIFF. ATTENDANCE DAILY—10 to 8. COMPLETE SET- TEETH. ONE GUINEA. TEETH. v/ TTTTTTTJ Guaranteed for Six Years. Ti?rTn' Single Tooth—2s. 6d. liiEiii. TEETH. Genuine Treatment. TEETH. Prize Medal Teeth. TEETH. All Work by Skilled Mechanics. TEETH. Consultations Free. RAILWAY FARES ALLOWED. Note Well our only Addresses. CA.RDIFF-4, Queen Street: Attendance Daily-10 to 8 NEWPORT—20, High Street: Every Saturday—10 to 6 MERTHYR—67, High St. •• Every Friday, 10 to 5. PONTVPKXDD—19, Market Square Every Wednesday, 10 to 6. All Consultations Free. Write for Pamphlet." TEETH. TEETH. TEETH. TEETH. 2530 » TEETH. w. c. P ea c e;| BEDWELLTY HOUSE, 78, QUEEN STREET, CARDIFF. SUMMER STOCK i OF [ BOOTS & SHOES AT MODERATE PRICES. 31900 BARRY ISLAND Refreshment Rooms, WHITMORE BAY. ADDITIONS TO PREMISES LUNCHEONS AND TEAS PROVIDED AT MODERATE CHARGE?. Large and small Parties, Schools, &c., catered for. All communications to be addressed to- E. LONG, Manageress, Refreshment Rooms, 3371 BARRY IbLAND. 1 Publio Notices- JOSIAH JJILL, Having resigned his position as Manager of The Pontypridd Debt Collecting and Purchase Company, Limited, WILL CONTINUE BUSINESS on his own account as Accountant, Purchaser of Book Debts, &e., at CHURCH STREET, PONTYPRIDD. 3391 SAM GRIFFITHS, 13, YORK PLACE, BARRY. WHOLESALE & RETAIL COAL MERCHANT. HOUSE, LAND, ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENT. SHOPS, VILLAS AND COTTAGES In desirable positions to Let and for Sale. BUILDING SITES TO LET WITHIN EASY DISTANCE TO THE DOCKS. Mortgages negotiated. Rents personally collected. Reference: London & Provincial Bank, Barry. 3370 A large assortment of Wreaths, Glass INEXPENSIVE AND RESPECTABLE FUNERALS. J. T. LLOYD, UNDERTAKER, 50, HANNAH STREET, PORTH. Funerals completely Furnished in su- perior style to suit all customers. Shades, Tablets, etc. 3149n TO ARCHITECTS & BUILDERS. ARCHIBALD D. DAWNAY m.,„„ » Keeps at the WALES & WEST OF ENGLAND GIRDER WORKS EAST MOOES, CARDIFF, crrwr STOCK of STEEL JOIbTS, FLITCH PLATES, TEES, ANGLES, CHANNELS, &c. Manufacturer of ROOFS, GIRDERS, BRIDGES, STANCHIONS PATENT SOLID TILE and CONCRETE FLOORS. Offices EAST MOORS, CARDIFF. Telegrams DAWNAY, CARDIFF. National Telephone, Cardiff, No. 694. 3372 NOTICE TO BUSINESS MEN. JULY 30th, 1897. I WILLIAM WILLIAMS, hereby give notice 4 that I will not be responsible for any Debts contracted by my wife, Mary Ann Wil- liams, of 78, Coedpenmaen Road, Pontypridd, after this date.-WILLIAM WILLIAMS. [3380L TT/~INNING NUMBERS. — THE EVAN f f JONES PRIZE DRAWING 20C3, 1592, 2374, 30, 877, 3007, 2850, 3018, 821, 2848, 2000, 31, 702, 136, 1758, 1453, 1829, 1340, 2232, 1092, 376, 2431, 1450.  Public Notices. THE WEST END TAILORS IN DUKE ST. (Facing St. John's Square.) I The Only (Bona Fide) I 1 West End Tailoring II j Establishment j Out of London for High-Class 1 Tailoring Tailoring At Up-to-Date | Prices. LADY'S COAT A SAVING AND OF SKIRTS 25 TO MEASURE PER CENT, AT L3 3s. GUARANTEED Fit and Finish to Perfection. PATTERNS SENT POST FREE. Telegraphic Address— I West of England Branch Revolution," Cardiff. I WINE ST Telephone 834. | BRISTOL. 3359 PORTHCAWL FLOWER SHOW. THE Second Annual SHOW (under the auspices of the Chamber of Trade), will be held at Porthcawl on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18th, 1897. 0 A n IN PRIZES, for Fruit, Vegetables, Dairy ctnrU Produce, Pigeons, Rabbits, &c. Show open to subscribers of 2s. 6d. and upwards, at 1 o'clock. PRICES: From S o'clock till 5 o'clock, Is. Od. from 5 o'clock till 8 o'clock, Cd. For Schedules, containing full particulars, apply :-Mr. WM. J. PHILLIPS, Hon. Sec., Newton, Porthcawl, R.SO. 3379 TRE HERBERT AND DISTRICT ANNUAL EXHIBITION, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19TH. ENTRIES for Dogs, Poultry, Pigeons, Cage Birds, Cats, and garden produce close on Thursday, August 5th. Timbermen and colliers' timbering competition —First prize, 30s second prize, 20s; third prize 10s in each class. Entrance fee, Is 6d. Judges-T. Richards, Esq., M.E., Havod J. Picton, Esq., M.E., C.C., Blaengarw. The Treherbert Volunteer Band will play selections on the ground during the day. All kinds of refreshments will be provided on the ground. Admission Morning, 2s; Afternoon, Is Evening, 6d. COME IN CROWDS. 3367 Glamorganshire General Agricultural Society, THE SOCIETY'S ANNUAL MEETING for the EXHIBITION of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, Implements, Dairy Produce, Honey, Poultry, Pigeons Jumping, Shoeing, and Tim- bering Competitions, will be held at SWANSEA on MONDAY, August 2nd (Bank Holiday), and TUESDAY, August 3rd. The usual PUBLIC LUNCHEON will take place in the Show Yard at 1 o'clock p.m. the first day of the Show, when the President, Sir JOHN T. D. LLEWELYN, Bart., M.P., will preside. The Show Yard will be open each day from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on payment of Is. each person. Return tickets at a faro and a 'l'1a.l't(,r wiiJ be issued by the various railway companies for particulars see Companies' Bills. W. V. HUNTLEY, Welsh St. Donatt's, Secretary. Cowbridge. 3385 MOUNTAIN ASH ATHLETIC GROUND. A GRAND DRUM AND FIFE PIAND CONTEST Will be Held at the above Ground On Saturday, August 21st, 18D7, When £26158. 6d. will be given in Prizes and other Trophies. Also a CHAMPION SILVER CUP, valued 10 guineas (presented by the Good Templar Societies of Mountain Ash) will be awarded to the Band winning 1st Prize three times in succession. Test Piece.—" Maritana" (Wright and Round) Full particulars may be had of the Sec.— W. DAVIES, 15, Mount Pleasant Terrace, 3233 Miskin, Mountain Ash. FERNDALE ATHLETIC SPORTS GREAT BANK HOLIDAY ATTRACTION! THE above Sports will be held on the Fern- dale Athletic Grounds on Mabon's Day, August 2nd, 1897. Enormous sums to be given in prizes. The events include :— 120 Yards Boys' Handicap. 120 Yards Open Handicap. 440 Yards Open Handicap. One Mile Open Handicap. One Mile Trotting Handicap for Ponies 12 hauds (or under). Two Miles Trotting Handicap for Mare or Gelding. Refreshments on the Grounds. The Femdale Prize Band (Holders of the South Wales Challenge Cup) will be in attendance. Intending Competitors must send in stamped addressed envelopes to the Secretary, Com- mercial Hotel, Ferndale, from whom entry forms may be obtained. Entries close on Friday, July 30th. 3355 Shipping Notices. i "V* V Lowest Fares TO & FROM AMERICA, AUSTRALIA, CANADA,SOUTH AFRICA by all approved Lines and for all Classes. Life and Baggage Insured. Passengers met at the various ports and conducted to the steamers. Friends advised of their arrival at destination free of cost. ONE POUND will secure berth, balance can be paid any time before leaving. All intending passengers are advised to get their tickets from J. ROBERTS, Passenger Agent, 24, High street, Pontypridd. Parcels sent to all parts of the world. Satisfaction guaranteed. Prompt! Reliable Confidential! N.B.—Send stamped and addressed envelope for reply. [606 THE Glamorgan Free Press Has the LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY LOCAL PAPER, Eisteddfodau. EISTEDDFOD DREFACH-VELINDRE AWST 18fed, 1897. Prif Ddarn Comwl-" Briton's Rejoice" (Jenkins), £55. Parti Gwrywaid—" Llewellyn ein Llyw Olaf (T. Price), S30. Awdl—Y Tair Gardd-Eden,Gethsemane a Gardd Joseph, X7, a Chadair gwerth £ 3. Pryddest a Chofiant i'r diweddar Barch- edig W. E. Jeffreys, Saron, £5 5s. a Choron gwerth X2 2s. D. JENKINS, "I V J.LEWIS, JYS«- 3060 Veliudre, Llandyssul. LLANTWIT I A J..O R THE FOURTH ANNUAL EISTEDDFOD Will be held on AUGUST BANK HOLIDAY, 1897. I. President ILLTYD B. NICHOLL, ESQ., The Ham. Conductor M. MORGAN, Esq., Pontypridd. Music Adjudicators E. WILLIAMS, Esq., L.C.M., Pontymister D. THOMAS, Esq., F.T.S.C., Bridgend. MALE VOICE COMPETITION. I The Cru- saders (Protheroe), to parties of not less than 50 in number, L20 and silver medal. CHORAL COMPErITION.-Il Aberystwyth (Dr. Parry). Usual Welsh words English words, 528, Cong. Hymn-book. To choirs of not less than 30 and not more than 40 voices, and restricted te the eounty between Barry, Bridgend and Pontypridd, and to choirs in this district that have not hitherto taken a prize of £8, £5 and silver medal. 3 violin solos, 3 pianoforte solos, 6 vocal solos, 2 recitations, poetry, ambulance, fancy work. Programmes Id each, l!d per post, to be had from the Secretary, J. B. LLEWELYN, 3042 Boverton, Cowbridge. ROYAL NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD, NEWPORT, MON. AUGUST 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th. PRINCIPAL DAY EVENTS. BANK HOLIDAY, August 2nd.-Glee, Choir of one Congregation, and Band Competition. TUESDAY, August 3rd.-Second Chief Choral Competition. WEDNESDAY, August 4th. Chief Choral Competition. THURSDAY, August 5th. Chairing, and Ladies' Choir Contests. FRIDAY, August 6th.-Male Voice, and Or. chestra Band Competition. All applications as to Lodgings to be made to Mr R. T. James, Dock street, Newport Information as to Official Programme to be obtained of Mr George Bell, Printer, Commer- cial street, Newport. Tickets can be booked at Messrs. Newman and Sons, Commercial street, Newport. A. J. PHILLIPS, General Hon. Sec. Rheola, Caerleon-road, Newport, Mon. 3357 VISITORS TO THE NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD Will do well to call and inspect the LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF NEW & SECOND HAND MACHINERY AT THE WORKS OF CHARLES D. PHILLIPS, NEWPORT. BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS' PLANT INCLUDING PORTABLE ENGINES, MORTAR MILLS, &c., And every requirement for Collieries, Saw Mills, Iron Works, &c. Ask for a copy of I I Phillips' Monthly Machinery Register for August, just published, containing over 4000 entries of Machinery of every descrip- tion, new and second-hand. [3358 CROSS KEyS HOTEL, MARKET STREBT, NEWPORT, MON. COMMERCIAL Gentlemen and Visitors to J the Eisteddfod will find at this Hotel all THE COMFORTS OF A HOME. Moderate Charges. Breakfasts, Luncheons, Meat Teas, &c., ready at a moment's notice during Eisteddfod week. Fish, Steaks, and Chops at very short notice. Wines, Spirits, and Liquers of best quality. Large Parties catered for; prices on ap plication. Well air'd Beds. R.A.O.B. S. G. HOBBS, 3356 PROPRIETOR. Sales by Auction. WATFORD COLLIERY, NEAR CAERPHILLY. UNRESERVED SALE OF COLLIERY PLANT, MACHINERY, &c. MR. J. RICHARD THOMAS has received instructions to Sell by Auction, without reserve, at Watford Colliery, on Thursday, the 5th August next, at 2.30 p.m., the whole of the valuable COLLIERY PLANT, MACHINERY, MATERIALS, &c., Lately used in the working of this Colliery by Mr. D. Davies, and which briefly comprise excellent Lancashire Boiler 16ft. x 5ft., with all mountings (every plate stamped Low Moor), Vertical Boiler lift, x 4ft. 6in., with all fittings, Double Cylinder Steam Winch with link-motion reversing gear, large Galvanised Water Tank 7ft. 6in. x 3ft. Gin. x 4ft. excellent Weigh- bridge by More ton, Liverpool Bartlett's 5cwt. Steelyard Weighing Machine and Weights, Three 2cwt. Coal-weighing Machines, Double- throw Gun Metal Force Pump, Gifford's Patent Injector with all necessary valves, Coal Trams, Grindstones, Wrought-iron Shafts and Pulleys, Large Quantity Galvanized Corrugated Iron Roofing, about 200 yards lin. Steel Wire Rope (nearly new), about 150 yards ditto, Wrought- iron Funnel 21ft. x 18in., Large Quantity of 561b. Weights, Tip-cart, Coal ditto, Coal Wagon, Gambo, Several Hundred Feet Steam and Water Piping from lin. to 3|ia., Quantity of Tram Rails I61b. per yard, Sleepers, Large Quantity Wrought and Cast Scrap, Chaff Cutter, Firing Irons, Wooden and Other Buildings, Tram and Sheave Wheels, and a Large and Varied Col- lection of Other Colliery Requisites. Watford Colliery is about 10 minutes' walk from Caerphilly Station on the Rhymncy Railway. Further particulars may be obtained vpon application to the Auctioneer, Andrews'-build- ings, Queen-street, Cardiff. 3375 Sales by Auction (Continued). On TUESDAY AND THURSDAY, AUGUST 3rd and 5th, commencing at Two o'clock precisely each day. IMPORTANT TO PARTIES FURNISHING. MESRS. J. G. MADDOX & SON will SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at their SALE ROOMS, 25, DUKE STREET, CARDIFF, on the above dates, an immense assemblage of very superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE (Removed from various residences for absolute sale), including :— Valuable Pianofortes, Hardwood Bedroom Suites complete, 6ft and 4ft Wardrobes, Pairs of Handsome Toilets. Iron and Brass Bedsteads, I several excellent Carpets, Fenders, Brasses, superior Drawing and Dining-room Suites, Rose- wood and Walnut Cabinets, 6ft. and 5ft. Side- boards, Book-cases, Dining and Occasional Tables, Walnut and Gilt Overmantels, &c., &c., in all about 400 lots each day. On view day prior to and morning of each day's sale. Ar- rangements made to pack and forward all goods purchased by country buyers. The Goods can be purchased any day privately if desired. Complete or Part Houses of Furniture Bought for Cash. Sales and Valuation of every descrip- tion undertaken. For Terms, apply at the Auction Rooms, as above. Established 1860. 2756 ROATH PARK MEWS, COTTERELL ROAD, CARDIFF. Two Minutes' walk from Roath Omnibus Terminus. IMPORTANT TO JOBMASTERS, LIVERY STABLE-KEEPERS, & CAB PROPRIETORS. ESSRS. BAILEY & GILLER have been ▼JL favoured with instructions from Mr. Wakeham, who is leaving the Town, to Sell by Auction, without reserve, upon the premises as above, on Tuesday, August 10th, commencing at two o'clock, the whole of the Plant used in his Cab Proprietor's and Livery Stable-keeper's Businesses at the above Mews, and also latterly at the Windsor Mews, and comprising more par- ticularly :— 11 HORSES, quiet to drive in any harness, and in regular work up to the day of Sale 4 BREAKS, by well-known makers, to carry 25, 20, 14, and 10 persons respectively 12 CARRIAGES, including a very superior, nearly-new pair-horse landau by Marston, landau by Hart, and 2 others private brougham by Fuller, well-built hansom by Marston, 3 dog- carts, 2 wagonettes, phaeton 14 SETS OF HARNESS, brass and plate mountings, single, double, and 4 horse, some of it nearly new Horse Clothing, Lamps, Whips, Brushes, &c.; Chaffcutter, and the miscellaneous Saddleroom and Stable Utensils. On view Monday prior to Sale. Catalogues, ready four days prior to sale, can be obtained at the Auctioneers' Offices, Castle- street, Cardiff. N.B.—The Windsor Mews, Windsor-lane, to be Let, and the Roath Park Mews to be Let or Sold.—Apply to the Auctioneers. 3376 CAERPHILLY, GLAMORGANSHIRE. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PRO- PERTIES. MESSRS. STEPHENSON AND ALEXANDER are instructed to Sell by Auction, at the Market Hall, Caerphilly, on THURSDAY, the 12th day of August, 1897, at o o'clock in the afternoon, in the following lots: LOT I.-All that most valuable premises known as the MARKET HOUSE, MARKET HALL, and CHEESE MARKET, with the liberty and privilege of holding and keeping fairs and markets, and also the pickage and profits of standings, coops, or pens for sheep and cattle toll tallage, and all other profits and advantages of fairs and markets ia Caerphilly, excepting the site the Pig Market. The tolls are let to Mr Lane at 215, expiring on the 31st December, 1897, payable in advance. The Market Hall and Cheese Market are in hand, and produce an annual income of £90. This lot is sold subject to a fee farm rent of iC2 lCs, payable to Lord Bute. LOT 2.—All those FOUR VALUABLE PREMISES adjoining Lot 1, in the occupation of Mr Thomas Morgan, Butcher, and others, including the ante- room facing Cardiff-road, Caerphilly. LOT 3.-All that valuable FREEHOLD PREMISES known as the CORN MARKET, Caerphilly, with the Schoolrooms, etc., together with the premises now used as a reading-room (held on a tenancy at will), being the block of buildings situate in front of the Parrot and Blue Bell Inn, Caerphilly, with the site of tha Pig Market. LOT 4,-All that most valuable FREEHOLD PRE- MISES known astheTVVYN COTTAG L, S. C:terphilly, in the respective occupations of Mr. Owen Jones, Printer, and aUiec4..tm eaontiproducing a rental or JEtiO per annum. LOT O.-All that valuable FREEHOLD MESSUAGE DOUBLE-FRONTED SHOP and Stabling situate in Castie-street, Caerphilly, in the occupation of Mr John Evans. Shoemaker, on a monthly tenancy. LOT 6.—All that valuable FREEHOLD SHOP and STABLING, situate in Castle-street, Caerphilly, in the occupation of Mr William Davies, Saddler, on a monthly tenancy. LOT 7,—AH that Valuable FREEHOLD SHOP and STABLING adjoining the last lot, in the occupation of Mr Anthony Powell. LOT 8.- All that Valuable FREEHOLD SHOP and STABLING adjoining the last lot, in the occupation of Mr James, Saddler, on a similar tenancy. LOT 9.—All that valuable FREEHOLD SHOP and STABLING, adjoining the last lot, in the occupation of Mr Herbert Ilees, Butcher, on a monthly tenancy. LOT 10.-All that Valuable FREEHOLD SHOP ad- joining the last lot, in the occupation of Mr Williams, Hairdresser, on a monthly tenancy. LOT II.-All that Valuable FREEHOLD SHOP, ad- joining the last lot, in the occupation of Mrs England, Grocer. LOT 12.-All that Valuable FREEHOLD FACTORY known as BRIDGE FACTORY, now let to Mrs Rachel Samuel at a rental of 220 per annum. This lot is sold subject to a right of way at the front and back thereof to the other lots. The mines and minerals under all the above lots are reserved. The Auctioneers desire to draw special attention to this Sale as the properties are situate in the centre of Caerphilly, and in view of the large railway works and colliery operations offers an opportunity to in- vestors and others seldom to be obtained. For further particulars apply to MR. DAVID LEWIS, Solicitor, Caerphilly or to the Auctioneers, 5, High-street, Cardiff. [3387 Excursions. TAFF VALE RAILWAY. AUGUST BANK HOLIDAY. ON MONDAY, August 2nd, EXCURSION TRAINS will be run to — CARDIFF (QUEEN STREET) From Merthyr and Aberdare at 7-50am, 10-25am, and 12-30pm from Treherbert at 7-35am, 9-50am, and 12-57pm; and from Maerdy at 7-35am, 9-0am, and 12-55pm, calling at all intermediate stations to Walnut Tree. PEN ARTE AND CADOXTON From Merthyr at 6-45am, and 7-50am; from Aberdare 7-30am from Maerdy 7-35am, and from Treherbert 8-25am, calling at intermediate stations to Walnut Tree. SWANSEA From Cardiff at 9-15am Pontypridd 9-39am; Maerdy 9-3am, calling at intermediate stations to Treorchy. Returning from Swansea at 8-5pm. COWBRIDGE, ST. AT HANS ROAD, AND ABERTHAW From Treherbert at 7-35am Maerdy 7-45am Merthyr and Aberdare 7-50am. Trains will be run between CARDIFF (Queen Street) and PENARTH every half-hour, and cheap tickets will be issued by all Trains during the afternoon to Penarth, Penarth Lower, Lavernock, Sully and Cadoxton. Bills and other information may be obtained at the Booking Offices [3388 A. BEASLEY, Cardiff, July 1897. General Manager. TAFF VALE RAILWAY. NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD OF WALES AT NEWPORT. ON TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, and FRIDAY, August 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th, EXCURSION THAINS will be run to NEWPORT (via Caerphilly) From Treherbert at 7-17am, and Maerdy at 7-16ani, calling at intermediate stations to Pontypridd. atid returning from Newport at 8-15pm the same day. EXCURSION TICKETS will also be issued to NEWPORT (via Caerphilly) by the Ordinary Trains due to leave Treherbert at 10-18am, Maerdy 10-15am, Mrrthyr and Aberdare at 10-30am, availabh- to return by the 7-0pm Train from Newport the same day. Bills and other information, may be obtained at the DookiD omres. [3389 i. BEASLEY, Cardiff, July, E.;7. General Manager, Excursions (continued). J CAR D IFF AND BRISTOL. "THE MARCHIONESS." JULY. From Bute Docks, Car- From Bathurst Basin, diff, to Bristol. Bristol to Cardiff. 29aThurs. 4.0 morn I 29aThurs. 7.0 morn and 4.15 after | 30 Friday. 4.45 I 30aFriday. 7.45 „ 31 Satur. 5.0 I 31aSatur. 8.15 [ and 8.0 after AUGUST. I From C.B. 15min later. 2 Monday (Whole-day 2 Monday Excursions Excursion, to Gum. I (c. B.) 9.30 morn Bas) 7.0 morn and 8.30 after and 6.15 after 3 Tuesday (WhQle.day I. 3 Tuesday Excursion I Excursion to Cum. (C.B.) 10.0 morn Bas.) 7.0 morn and 9.0 after and 6.45 after i 4aWed. 7.30 morn 14 Wed. 10.45 morn (a) To and Fro. FARES :—After Cabin (single), 2a Od; To and Fro (available for Seven Days), 4s Fore Cabin (single), Is 6d To and Fro (available for Seven Days), 2s 6d. JOHN TIIOMAS, Agent, 3259 Packet Office, Bute Docks, Cardiff. P. & A. CAMPBELL, LIMITED. DAILY SERVICE between CARDIFF and WESTON by the WAVERLEY (.weather and circumstances permitting). JULY. Leave CARDIFF. ) Leave WESTON. Fri 30-*8 30,10.15 am, Fri 30-*9.15 am, 3.20, 4.40, 6.30, 8 20 pm *5 25, 7.15, 9.10 pm Sat 31-9.15,10-45 am, Sat 31-10.0 am, 5.20, 4 30, 6.30, 8.30 pm. 7.15, 9.15 pm AUGUST. Mon. 2 (BANK HOLIDAY) Mon. 2 (BANX HOLIDAY) —*7.30, 9.15, 11.30 —*8.10, 10.0 a.m., a.m., *6.30, 8.30 pm. 5 30, 7.15, 9.30 p.m. a.m., *6.30, 8.30 pm. 5 30, 7.15, 9.30 p.m. Tues. 3—*7.15, 9.15, Tues. 3-*8.0, *10.0am, 11.15 am, 6.0, 8.0 pm 12 noon, 7.0, 9.0 pm. Wed. 4-9 20, 11.10 am, Wed. 4 —*10.0, 11.50 1.15, 7.30 pm. am., 6 30, 8.30 pm. 1.15, 7.30 pm. am., 6 30, 8.30 pm. Thur 5 *9.20, 11.15, I Thur 5—*10.0 am, 12 1.50, 8 15 pm. noon, 7.0, 9.0 pm. Fri 6-*9.15, 11.0 am., Fri 6-*10.0, 11.45 am, *12.45, 2.45 pm. *1.30, 7.45 pm. The steamer leaves Penarth Pier Ten Minutes after leaving Cardiff except trips marked REGULAR SERVICE TO AND FROM CARDIFF AND PENARTH TO LYN- MOUTH AND ILFRACOMBE, By the magnificent Saloon Steamers BRITAN- NIA, CAMBRIA, WESTWARD HO, &c. JULY. Leave CARDIFF. Leave ILFRACOMBE. Friday—30 .10.15 am Friday—30 3.30 pm Saturday—31, 9 30 and | Saturday—31 4. 0 pm 11.0 am ) AUGUST. Monday 2 (BANK I Monday — 2 (BlNK HOLIDAY). 9.30 am HOLIDAY).5.30 pm Tuesday-3 .10. 0 am Tuesday-3 .5.30 pm Wednes. —4 .10. 0 am Wednes. 4 5:30 pm Thursday—5. 9 30 am Thursday—5 6.30 pm Friday—6 9,30 am Friday—6. 6. 0 pm Friday—6 9,30 am Friday—6. 6. 0 pm SPECIAL CHEAP THROUGH FARES TO DEVON AND CORNWALL, In conjunction with the London and South- western Railway Company. For further particulars, fares, &c., see bills. ks PECIAL SAILINGS. ERIDAY, July 30th. MUMBLES.—Leave Cardiff, 10.15 a.m. Mumbles, 3.15 p.m. MINEHEAD (via WESTON).—Leave Cardiff, 3.30 p.m.; Minehead, 7.30 p.m.; Weston, 9.0 p.m. EVENING TRIPS Round the Holms.-Leave Cardiff 6.30 and 8.0 p.m. Penarth 6.40 and 8.10 p.m. Fares, 6d each trip. SATURDAY, July 31st. All Day Trip to MINEHEAD.—Leave Cardiff 7.43 a.m., Minehead 9.30 and 8.15 p.m Afternoon Trip to MINEHEAD.—Leave Cardiff at 4.45, Minehead 8.15. HALF-HOLIDAY TRIP TO CLEVEDON AND BRISTOL.—Leave Penarth, 4.15 p.m. Cardiff, 4.45 p.m.; Bristol, 7.30 p.m. Clevedon, 8.30 p.m. EVENING TRIP TO CLEVEDON.—Leave Cardiff, 6 30 p.m.: Clevedon, 8.30 p.m. Fare Is. BANK HOLIDAY, MONDAY, AUGUST 2od. LYNMOUTH, ILFRACOMBE, & CLOVELLY. —Leave Cardiff, 9.30 a.m.; Clovelly, 40 p.m.; Ilfracombe, 5.30 p.m. Lynmouth, 6.5 p'm. WHOLE DAY TRIP to BRISTOL (direct).— Leave Cardiff, 7.30 a.m. Bristol, 9.0 p.m. Return farfs, 23. 6d. WBOT,E DAR TRIP to WATCHEr and MINE- HEAD.— Leave Cardiff, 7.45 a.m. Watchet, 8.30 p.m. Minehead 9.0 p.m. CLEVEDON (via WESTON).—Leave Cardiff, 11.30 a m. Clevedon, 4.30 p.m. EVENING TRIP to BRISTOL.—Leave Cardiff, 5.15 p.m.; Bristol 9.0 p.m. TUESDAY, AUGUST 3rd. MINEHEAD and TENBY.—Leave Cardiff, 8.30 a.m., Tenby 4.30 p.m., Minehead 80 p.m. LYNMOUTH, ILFRACOMBE, and CLOVELLY —Leave Cardiff 10.0 a.m., Clovelly 4.0 p.m., Ilfracombe 5.30 p.m., Lynmouth 6.5 p.m. CLEVEDON (via Weston).—Leave Cardiff 12.30 p.m., Clevedon 5.0 p.m. A limited number of Season Tickets are now being issued. For further particulars apply Mr WM. GUY, 3284 70A, Bute-street, Cardiff. LOR N ADO N E COM PAN Y, DAILY SERVICE BETWEEN CARDIFF AND WEB rON (Calling at Penarth) by the favourite steamers, LORNA DOONE, SCOTIA, &c. Wind, weather, and circumstances permitting. JULY. Leave CARDIFF. ) Leave WESTON. Fri. 30—9.0 a.m., 3.30 Fri. 30—9.45 a.m.,4.20 5 30, 7.30 p.m. 6.10,8.45 p.m. Sat. 31—9.15 a.m., 4.15 Sat. 31—10.0 a.m., 5.15 6.15,8.15 p.m. | 7.10,9.0 p.m. Calling at Penarth Pier ten minutes later than Cardiff except steamers marked thus SPECIAL SAILINGS. FRIDAY, JULY 30th. LYNMOUTH and ILFRACOMBE. Leave Cardiff, 10.0; Penarth 10.10 a.m. Ilfracombe, 3.15; Lynmouth, 3 50 p.m. EVENING TRIP to WESTON.—Leave Cardiff, 7,30; Penarth, 7.40; Weston, 8.45 p.m. Fare Is. SATURDAY, JULY 31. LYNMOUTH AND ILFRACOMBE. Leave Cardiff, 10.0; Penarth 10.10 a.m. Ilfracombe, 2.30 p.m Lynmouth, 3.5 p m. EVENING TRIP TO WESTON.—Leave Cardiff 6.15 and 8.15 Penarth, 6.25 and 8.25 Weston, 7.10 and 9.0 p.m. Is- either Trip. Bank Holiday, August 2nd. WESTON.-Leave Cardiff, 8.0, 9.20, 10.0, 11 15 a.m., 12 noon 5.45, 6 20, 8.20 p.m. Wes. ton 8.50, 10.20, 10.50 a.m 5.15, 6.45, 7.20, 9.30 p.m. AUGUST 3rd. WESTON.—Leave Cardiff, 8.0, 9.45, 11.0 a.m., 12.30, 7.0 p.m. Weston 8.50, 10 40, 12 noon, 5.45, 8.15 p.m. 's* AUGUST 4th. WESTON.—Leave Cardiff, 9.15, 10.15, 11.10 a.m., 1.10, 7.30 p.m. Weston 10.0, 11.15 a.m., 12 noon, 6.0, 8,30 P.M. AUGUST 5tb. WESTON.—Leave Cardiff, 9.20, 11.20 a.m., 1.10,7.30 p.m. Weston 10.10, a.m., 12.10, noon, < .40, 9.4o p.m. AUGUST0tiK WFSTON Leavo Cardiff, 9,20, 11.20 a.m 2.20? 1 Weston 10.10, a.m., 12.10 noon, 8.0 P'M" T YNMOUTH AND ILFRACOMBE. T Pave CARDIFF. Leave ILFRACOMBE. AuS 2 9.20 a.m., August 2 5.30 p.m. Aufust 3 9.20 a m. August 3 — Y.O p.m. iSt 4 10.30 a.m. August 4 5.0 p.m. August 5 10.45 a.m. August 5 5 0 p.m. ALLDAY TRIP TO MINEHEAD. Leave CARDIFF. I fceave MINEHEAD. August 3 9.20 a.m. August 3 7.0 p.m. ALLDAY TRIP TO BURNII AM. Leave CARDIFF. I Lave BURNHAM. August 3 — 8.0 a.m. August 3 — 8,30 p.m. NOTE-—A limited number of Monthly Tickets for August are now b3ing issued at 10s. each for all trips advertispd by the Company (Bank Holidays excepted). For Further Particulars apply to J. and M. Gunn and Co., 11, Mount Stuart-square, or to the Agent, S A. LOWICK 3260 Box Office, Pier.head, Cardiff, Yon can say what you like, but I know well T. 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THE HOUSE OF LORDS THE ENEMY…
THE HOUSE OF LORDS THE ENEMY OF THE WORKING MEN. It is to be feared that the Workmen's Com- pensation Bill, for which so much was expected of right and privilege for the working man, is very much like a mirage in the desert. The high sounding, hopeful disposition which was our delight some few months ago when Mr Chamberlain advocated the Bill, and the evident sincerity that was apparent in the energy and push with which the Bill was promoted in the House of Commons gave hope that this too long delayed justice to the workman in his relationship to his employer would be at last conceded. We must also recognise how very energetic and successful have been the various miners' representatives, how faithful and assiducus they have been in their respective duties, sitting up night after night waiting and watching in the House of Commons in the full and appreciable expecta- tion that these beneficent principles would be at last an enactment of this country. It has gone well as far as the House of Commons was concerned. There we find it has gone through hard fights with regard to vital principles, but on the whole it is recognised that the workmen's representatives, like Mabon and others, have been more or less satisfied with the main principles, of course, always in the hope that an act is an amendable thing by subsequent legislation. But this week wo regret to find that it has been taken before t ie House of Lords, and that its very pith and marrow have been destroyed. Has Lord Salisbury shown that he is in sympathy with what has been said by Mr Chamberlain and Mr Balfour ? Has he, as the head of the Government which pretends to confer a bona fide boon upon the working man, been equal to the sincerity of these privileges ? Two clauses of vital importance have been rejected by the House of Lords, and it can be said without possible denial that the very essence and vitals of that Bill have been knocked out, and that compensation is now compensation in a most emasculated and uncertain form. The side doors have been made wide enough and easy enough of exit to take away all that is beneficial to the working man. The Government hurriedly passed that clause of individual responsibility at first without really understanding the terrible responsibility in connection with it, but when protests from the miners' representa- tives were made they put it in this form which said that unless accidents were solely attributable to the workmen that compensation would be paid to the workmen. The Lords have struck out that little word solely," and by so doing they undermine and shiver the very timbers which went for supporting the Alpha. and Omega principles of the Bill. Many instances of accidents can be shown in which accidents were attributable to workmen, but not "solely" attributable to them. The question, therefore, is as to the value of the word "solely" to the workmen. Compensation would be paid before unless it could be proved conclusively that the man himself was solely attributable to the accident. In 90 cases out of a 100 it could not bj proved. In many cases the workmen could be said to be contributory to the accidents, although not solely, and it would certainly open the door fcr compensation to be contested in all cases, which in practice means endless and expensive litigations. The other clause in the scheme contained the following subsection of vital importance:— "If the funds payable under any such schema (of agreement between employers and work- men) are not sufficient to meet the compensation payable under the scheme, the employer shall be liable to make good the amount of com- pensation which would be payable under the Act." Now the Lords have struck out that compulsion, and if mutual arrangements are made the employers in many instances will bo able to entice the workmen into contracts that they shall pay so much, and their liabilities will cease there. However inadequate the the amount might be, the employers will not be responsible for anything. The privilege as it enamated from the House of Commons was satisfactory and a sound arrangement, if the employers could compel the workmen to pay mutually, they themselves would be responsible after all. Once more, therefore, we have an object lesson oft repeated that the House of Lords must be swept away before the workmen can have any chance of equality, of fair and equitable treatment from the laws of this country.
EGLWYSILAN SCHOOL BOARD
EGLWYSILAN SCHOOL BOARD The New Schools at Seughenydd. THE OPENING CEREMONY. The monthly meeting of the Eglwrsilan School Board was held at the Council Offices, Caer- philly, on Monday. The Rev Daniel Lewis, R.D., presided, and he was supported by Messrs David Lewis (vice-chairman), John Morgan,Wm. Davies, Evan Sherrah, T. S. Wright, J. S. Jones, and Mr C. S. Richards; with the clerk, Mr Thomas Thomas. APPOINTMENTS. Two applications were received for the posi- tion of assistant master at Caerphilly Schools. One of them liavin- stated that he was only pre- pared to accept the post conditionally upon the Board promoting him to a head mastership im- mediately a vacancy occurred his application was not considered, and the appointment went to Mr Rees Jones, Nantgaaw. Miss M. Rees, Lampeter, was, on the proposi- tion of the Vice-chairman, seconded by Mr Evan Sherrah, appointed lo the position of assistant mistress at the new Senghenydd Schools. Miss Catherine James, a third year pupil teacher at Aberdare, applied to be appointed to Senghenydd school provided she could obtain her transfer. On the, proposition of the Vice-chairman, se- conded by Mr John Morgan, her application was granted. On the proposition of Mr Evan Sherrah, se- conded by Mr W. Davies, J. Edmunds, Seng- henydd, was appointed as monitor at Senghen- ydd. It was decided to open the new schools at Senghenydd on Monday, the 30th August, and on the proposition of Mr C. S. Richards, the Chairman was deputed to perform l-e opening ceremony, and it was decided to invite Mr Rees, Maesyffynon, Aberdare (a director of the Uni- versal Collierv, Senghenydd), io be present afc the ceremony. The following gentlemen were appointed a committee to work up the details connected with the opening, and to report to the Board at the next meeting The Chairman, Messrs John Morgan, T. S. Wright. W. Davies, E. Sherrah, and the Clerk, together with the headmaster, Mr Dan Lloyd. Mrs Margaret Jenkins, widow, Senghenydd, was, out of five applicants, given the duties of cleaning the Senghenydd schools. The report on the evening schools at Aber was read, which stated that the school was well con- ducted, and the instructors in the different sub- jects were very sound. The written subjects were decidedly creditable, especially the hand- writing, and the instruction in vocal music was highly appreciated by the class. The Clerk remarked that there was a gain of £6 or B7 in the class for the year. The report was considered highly satisfactory by tLe. Board.
A Wounding Case at Pontypridd. At the Pontypridd Police Court on Wednes- day, John Abbott, butcher, Pontypridd, was charged with wounding Austin Thomas, butcher, Fcntvpridd, on Saturday, the 13th inst. Mr D. Roberts-Rosser, solictor, Pontypridd, defended. Complainant stated he was in Pontypridd market about 10.10 on the night in question, anrl there he saw the defendant in Mr Edwin Phil- lips-' stall. He had a conversation with him, and asked him 'How are you, Abbotty." The de- fendant then rushed at him .and witness pushed him back. Defendant then fetched a long butoher's knife, and slashed at him. Witness stepped batk, but the point of the knife entered, his throat, marking his neck. He had not had a quarrel with the defendant, but some time P.t3 thy had a few words, but no blows were struck. Joseph Palmer corroborated. For the defence evidence was given by Hop- kin Hopkins, who said Thomas first strwek Ab- bott, and the latter held up the knife ie front of him, and Thomas ran against it. Abbott was fined l and costs.