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LIZARD SIGNAL STATION. THE LIZARD, Monday.—Wind, N.N.W., moderate. Weather showerv. Sen moderate. Barometer, 30*08, rising. Pas-ed Ea,t-steamers Maggie Warrington, of Liverpool; Barlby, from Norfolk, Va., for Ipswich La Campine, from Philadelphia for Antwerp; To- ward, of Glasgow Australia, from New Orleans for the Weser Nugget, of Glasgow; Dotterel, of Cork. Pane' West—steamers Weimar, from Bremen for New York; Dnngeness, of Glasgow; York, of "Whitby Westmoreland, from Hamburg for Liver- pool; Clan Buchanan, from London for Glasgow Patroclus, from London for Liverpool Hajeen, of Liverpool; St. Enoch, from Antwerp for Newport News; Shagbrook, from Havre for Cardiff Cragg, of Newcastle a Wilson Line steamer, probably Galileo, from Hull for New York; an Allan Line steamer.
SWANSEA BAY SIGNAL STATION. MUMBLES LIGHTHOUSE, Monday. — Wind N.W., fresh. Weather an 3 and clear. Sea moderate. Pasfd Hast ship Prince Albert, of Christiania. steamers Montauk, of Liverpool; Birchfield, of Liverpool; Corso, of Liverpool; Alsatian, of Liver- pool; Sunlight, of Liverpool; Pela.w, of London.
BARRY DOCK. ARRIVALS, Dec. 4.-Borussia ss, Memel. Marsala ss, Hamburg. Fastnet ss. Woodleigh ss, Hamburg. Clam ss, Hamburg. Niagara ss. Whetstone ss, Bremen. ARRIVALS, Dec. 5.-Ethelreda ss, Rotterdam. Falshaw ss, Hamburg. Rounton ss. Isleworth ss, Dordrecht. ARRIVALS, Dec. 6.-Hazelnioor ss, London. G. N. Wilkinson ss, Plymouth. James Westoll ss, Ply- mouth. Newark ss, St. Malo. Rubinstein ss, Rotterdam. Parklands ss, Rotterdam. Aislaby ss, Havre. SAILINGS, Dec. 4.—F. T. Barry ss, London. Cosmo- politan ss, Genoa. Universal ss, London. Noviembre s, New York. Haxby ss, Colombo. Dunbeth ss, Piraeus. Palomares ss, Chantenay. SAILINGS, Dec. 5.-Windsor ss, Hampton Roads. Carlisle City ss, Newport. Middleton ss, New Orleans. Crathorne ss, Baltimore. Neto ss, Civita, Vecchia. William Adamson ss, Port Said.
NEWPORT—ARRIVALS. ALEXANDRA DaCE, Dec. 4.—Queenswood ss, 1694, Rouen, light. Kasugar ss, 1360, London, light. Red Jacket ss, 1327, Bossmo, pyrites. ALEXANDRA. DocK, Dec. 5.-Pearlmoor ss, 2215, Newcastle, light. Turret ss, 1264, Maryport, light. Eugenic ss, 1157, Hamburg, light. Panama, 378, Bristol, light. Wistow Hall ss, 2139, Havre, light. Dona Amelia ss, 1776, Liverpool, light. Orianda ss, 937, London, light. ALEXANDRA DOCK, Dec. 6.—City of Belfast ss, 523, Bristol, light. Frogmore ss, 1000, Ardrossan, light. OLD DOCK, Dec. 4.—Kirkless ss, 242, Waterford, light. Arthur ss, 241, Dublin, light. I' RIVHR, Dec. 4.—Mary, 53, Bridgwater, light William, 59, Bridgwater, light. Spinel ss, 19S, Lon- don, cement. Tsaa. ss, 45. Bristol, general. Edgar, 57, Avonmouth, grain. Mistletoe, 45, Combmnrtin, light. Stranger, 40, Barnstaple, light. Honour, 31, Ilfracombc, light. Superb, 51, Cardiff, light. Tcl-el- Kebir ss, 92, Bristol, light. Ville de Bayonne ss, 1063, Bilbao, iron ore. Carrie Harvey, 90, TIfra- combe, light. Snowflake, 42, IUracombe, light. Carbon fiS, 71, Bristol, liglit. Kate, 25, St. David's, light. Emilie, 78, Kinsale, old iron. James, 64, Slubbereen, ballast. Industry, 19, Chepstow, stones. Independent, 57, Cardiff, siiver sand. Ada Maria, 49, Bristol, light. Thomasine Mary, 48, Watchet, light. Sarah Mary, 95, Bideford, gravel. Ada Elizabeth, 73, Padstow, sand. Colleen, 80, Courtmaesherry, sand. Eastward, 57, Cork, gunpowder. Salamanca ss, 1158, Dunkerque, light. Dowlais ss, 759, Castro, iron ore. Refugio ss, 791, Bilbao, iron ore. Inverleith ss, 743. Bayonne, pitwood. Gardapee ss, 1026, Bilbao, iron ore. SAILINGS. ALEXANDRA DOCK, DAC. 4.-Inycr ss, Napier, Rouen. General Boyd HS, Graham, Gibraltar. Boyne ss, Branoeh, Pirseus. Shelley ss, Wallace, Torre Annunziata. Crlisle ss. Jessin, Cartiiagena. Harlow ss, Forsyth, Rouen. Alassio ss, Prance, Gibraltar. OLD DOCK, Dec. 4.—Theory GG, Bell, Belfast. Catharine Sutton as. Porter, Cork. Corsair ss, Boden, Plymouth. Springbok ss, Morgans, Bilbao. Kirkless ss, Sullivan, VVtteiford. Arthur ss, Brown, Cork. Superb, Webber, Bristol. Scott Harley fOG, Walters, Cork. Skjold, Margin, Guadaloupe. RIVER, Dec. 4.-Royal Alfred, James, Bristol. Venus, Bruford, Plymouth. Woodcock, Wilkins, Plymouth. Lily, Webb, Kighbridge. Recruit, Molloy, Wexford. Effort, Packer, Chepstow. Isca ss, Jones, Bristol. Edgar, Williams, Avonmouth. Caerleon ss, Woodman, Bristol. Tredegar ss, Cockle, Bristol. RIVER, Dec. 5.—Tel-el-Kebir ss, Clutterbuck, Bris- tol. Samuel Dixon, Walsh, Wexford. Mistletoe, Ley, Combmartin. William, Lec, Bridgwater. Matilda, White, Highbridge. Emn, Dinan, Clona- kiity. Kate, Williams, St. David's. Snowflakc, Irwin, Iifracombe. ENTERED OUTWARDS-Dec. 6. Rosario, Salamanca ss, B, 1158, Cook, Hardy, Wilson & Proctor Baltimore, Widtow Hall RB, B, 2139, Jones, Heard & Co. Novorossisk, via Antwerp and London, Eugenie ss, B, 1157, Screech, Stephens, Maiwson & Co. Suez, Pearlmoor ss, B. 2226, J. Cory Sons & Co. Genoa or Leghorn, Orianda ss, B, 939, J. Cory Sons Genoa, Kashgar ss, Nwy, 1360, J. P. Hacquoil & Co. Barcelona, Itefngio ss, B, 791, Orders & Handford CLEARED—Dec. 6. Baltimore, Wistow Hall ss, B, bunkers Gibraltar, Glendo'.ver ss, B, 1359 coal Le Moule, Guadaloupe, Adolphine, Den, 415 coal IMPORTS—Dec. 6. Bilbao, Ville de Bayonne ss, 2C03 iron ore. Ebbw Vale Castro, Dowlais ss, 1600 iron ore, Ehhw Vale Co. Bayonne, Inverleith ss, 1130 loads pitwood, Tapson Bilbao, Refugio ss, I860 iron ore, Ebbw Vale Co. Bilbao, Gardapee sr., 2235 iron ore, Ebbw Vale Co. Bossmo, Red Jacket ss, 2500 copper pyrites, Jones, Heard & Co. Topsharo, Mary, 120 sleepers, Burt, Boulton & Hay- wood EXPORTS COASTWISE—Dec. 6. Plymouth, Welcome Home, 180 coal, Rennie, Wilkin- son & Co. Bristol, Tel-el Kebir ss, 155 coal, A. J. Smith Bristol, Superb, 120 coal, A. J. Smith lifracombe, Snowflake, 110 coal Bristol, Ada Maria, 100 coal New Ross, Jenny Lind, 140 coal, T. Wilks & Co. Barnstaple, Stranger, G5 coal. Partridge, Jones & Co. Barnstaple, Victoria, 55 coat ? Bideford, Humility, 64 coal Barnstaple, Mary Grace, 60 coal lifracombe, Honour, 57 coal Bristol, Tredegar as, 120 coal Fremington, Lewis ss,215 coal. Stephenson, Clarke Highbridge, Norah, 140coal, Stephenson, Clarke &Co. Fromington, St. Decumans ss, 160 coal, Stephenson, Clarke & Co. Fremington, Ralph ss, 200 coal, Stephenson, Clark Watchet, Thomasine and Mary, 70 coal Par, Carrie Harvey, 190 coal Minehead, Mary Ann, 36 coal, Partridge, Jones &Co. Combmartin, Mistletoe, 70 coal. Partridge, Jones & Co. Skibbereen, Peter James, 160 coal, Partridge, Jones
SWANSEA—ARRIVALS. NonTH DOCK, Dec. 4.—Witch of the Wave, 46, Portaferry, potatoes. Magnet, 56, A vOllmouth, maize. ActiTity ss, 677, Bilbao, iron ore. Annie, 44, Padstow, wheat. Foam. 55, Rostrevor, potatoes. NORTH DOCK, Dec. 5.—Premier ss, 195, Plymouth, light. Swift, 30, Antwerp, fire clay. Camel ss, 226, London via Cardiff, general. Lafrowda, 114, put back. Harriet, 58, put back. SOUTH Door;, Dec. 4.—Mustang ss, 189, L'Orient, pitwood. Loire Imerieure ss, 429, Nantes, light. La Gaite, 110, put bock, coal. Petit Joseph, 104, put back, coal. Saturne, 10S, put back, coal. Vigil, 82, put in, coal. SOUTH DOCK, Dec. 5.-Alice Depeaux ss, 554, Rouen, light. Collier ss, 113, Bristol, general. PRINCE OF WALES DOCK, Dec. 4.-City of Hamburg ss, 750, Dublin, general. Hermes ss, 210, Redon, light. PRINCE OF WALES DOOK, Dec. 5.-Cape Breton as, 163, Granville, light. Strathearron ss, 2050, Amster- dam, light. Bivouac ss, 703, Amsterdam, general. Dalmally ss, 1611, Bremerhaven, light. PRINCE OF WALES DOCK, Dec. 6.—Lord Ailsa ss, 881, Dublin, light. SAILINGS. NORTH DOCK, Dec. 4,-Gogo ss, Ceaton, Huelva, via Cardiff. NORTH DOCK, Dec. S,-Ta,lbot ss, Coc, Liverpool. SOUTH DOCK, I)ec. Fell ss, Grenfell, Portreatli. Hanbury ss, Burrsl!, Rouen. River Derwent SS, Baker, Great Yarmouth. Pearl 55, Mdiiic cl, RoePJ stcr. Dunravon ss, Watkins, Bristol. PRINCI OF WALES DOCK, Dec. 4.-Kansa5 City ss, Jones, Now York. Sfcrathfillau ss, Thompson, Hampton Roads. Beeforth ss, Park, Galveston. PRINCE OF WALES Dour, Dec. 5.—Wcstergate ss, Shraeer, Savona. Ethel ss, Miles, Burry l'ort. Lutece SiI, Balasnam, Uonen. Ant ss, Roberts, Mostyn. ENTERED OUTWARDS—Dec. 6. Antwerp, Bivouac ss, B, 703, Baker, Bristol Steam ]S":¡.vigc.Liol1 Co. Copenhagen, Alvcrfcou ss, B, 893, Burgess & Co. Leghorn, Lord Ailsa is, B, 881, Burgess & Co. Amsterdam, City of Hamburg ss, D, 750, Burgess A Co. St. Nazaire, Loire Inferieure sa, F, 429, Solgrain, E. Williams Cook & Co. Caen, Ueriiies ss, Nwy, 210, Hr„ rries Bros. & Co. Sandy Hook, Strathearron ss, B, 2050, Stockwell, Rutherford, Marshall & Co. Mobile, Dalmally sn, B, 1611, Burgess & Co. Rouen, Alice Depeatix ss, F, 554, Lei'evre, Depeaux Genoa, Alsatian ss, B, 1136, Dexter, Burgess & Co. CI,BAIŒD-Dcc.6. Antwerp, Bivouac ss, 13, 120 general Caen, Hermes ss, Nwy, 430 coal St. Nazaire, Jesmond ss, B, 2000 coal St. Nazaire, Loire Infcrleure ss, F, 900 coal Rouen, Alice Depeaux ss, F, 1280 coal IMPORTS- DCC. 6. L'Orient, Mustang ss, 330 loads pitwood, W. Davies Bilbao, Activity ss, 1250 iron ore, Scrivener, B re flit Antwerp Swift, 222 clay, Virian A: Sons Rotterdam, Bivouac ss, 1400 bags sugar, 550 cases sugar, 5 caskii metal ashes, 19 casks tin ashes, and sundries, order Portaferry, Witch of the Wave, 68 potatoes, G. S. Shepherd London, Camel ss, general, Tucker & Co. Rostrevor, Foam, 95 potatoes, C. Allen & Co. Avonmouth, Magnet, 100 maize, T. Price & Co. Bristol, Dunraven SR, general, Pockett's Co. Padstow, Annie, 80 wheat, Weaver & Co. EXPORTS COASTWISE—Dec. 6. Bristol, Dunraven ss, general, Pockett's Co. Belfast, Premier ss, 600 coal, Vivian & Son; 15 bunkers, Harries Bros. Newquay, John James, 48 coal, S. & J. Hill Highbridge, Squirrel, 130 coal, Abercrave Co.
BRITON FERRY. AsBiYA&s, Dec. 4,—City of York ss, 23, Bristol,.
iBttsiiuss ]UsiirjJss £ s. SPECIALITIES FOR THE WINTER SEASON. Jotham & Sons, THE NOTED JUVENILE OUTFITTERS, 26 & 27, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. OVERCOATS in nil the New Materials. OVERCOATS In Every Style. OVERCOATS in Ail Siz. OVERCOATS in Splendid Variety. OVERCOATS of the Best Value. JOTHAM & SONS, 26 & 27, ST. MARY-ST., CARDIFF THE LARGEST OUTFITTING ESTABLISHMENT IN SOUTH WALES. National Telephone No, 609. E-'tabhshed over 60 years- 2893 40 tax* CELEBRATED FINE SKA- 11 HILL'S SMOKING MIXTURE if 11 HILL'S SUNRIPE TOBACCO 11 11 MIL'S EXTRA COLD FLME HONEY DEW j 8 STOCKRIDERSMOKINGMllTURE B FACT' t! Jill ——-— — j ØJ r'' "I LEI 111 IPEiRINS' OBSERVE THAT THE A SIGNATURE FJ ) J !S N0W J N V PRINTED //Qyw IN BLUE INK DIAGONALLY ACROSS THl OUTSIDE WK&PPER of every Bottle of the ORXGINAL "iMORCESTERSHJ:RE Sold Wholesale by the Proprietors, ] ™ 37^- mrm Worcester; I ||r^| J|| || || 1^" Crosse & Black well, Ltd., London; I |f|| §| || if |ln and Export Oilmen generally. | Mil || || if go |g RETAIL EVERYWHERE. j fsswk ll|P WSt 9 J
PORTHCAWL. ARRIVALS, Dec. 4.—Emily. 39, lifracombe, light- Trio, 37, lifracombe, light. Margaret, 63, lifracombe) light. Dtc. G.-Cluistin,,i ss, 180, Waterford, light. Moss Kose ss, 155, Dublin, light. Hayle ss, 185, Kayle, light. Bessie, 59, Truro, ballasc. SAILINGS, Dec. 4.—Emily, lifracombe, 60 coal. Trio, Ilfracombc, 60 coal. Marga-ret, Bideford, 100 coal. Dec. 6.-Christina ss, Waterford, 600 coal. Hayle ss, Hayle, 360 coal. Moss Rose ss, Fowey, 330 coal. 1.
X OH! DEAR ME: X I FORGOT TO GIVE TUDOR WILLIAMS' gALSAM OF JJ O N E Y TO MY CHILDREN BEFORE RETIRING TO BED. I AM CERTAIN THEY WILL COUGH ALL NIGHT WITHOUT IT. There is Nothing on the face of the Earth Equa to it. Thoroughly up to date. Does not contain one grain of Morphine or any other Poison. No Mother should neglect to keep this In fallible Remedy in the house ready for any emergency. Remember that it is wiser to check a slight Cough at the commencement than to allow it to develop into a lingering complaint. Ask directly for Tudor Williams' Balsam of Honey, and see that you get the right article. Persons suffering from Difficulty of Breathing hould give it a trial. y^ARGEST SALE OF ANY COUGH 1^J~EDICINE IN THE WORLD. 20,000 TESTIMONIALS TO HAND. A BAG of LETTERS in Every Day, and what they say about TUDOR WILLIAMS'S JgALSAM OF JJONEY -&J' JLl. IS SOMETHING MARVELLOUS. A Magistrate" states :—I find your Balsam of Honey most effectual for Bronchitis. A Lady," Mrs West, Felix-place, Stroud, ,vrites :—Your Balsam of Honey cured my little son of Whooping Cough. Send me on another Supply, I have a daughter subject to Croup that I find it very beneficial. The British Army speaks highly of it. During the two years that our Regiment was in Pembroke Dock I nsccl your Tudor Williams' Balsam of Honey, and found that there was not allot-her Cough and Lang Cure on the British markotj'equal to it. Send me on a case for my friends at ONCE.—Band- Sergeant W. HABDS, 1st Bat. The Conn. Hangers, Anglesea Barracks, Portsea, Portsmouth. I Sold by all Chemists and Stores in Is 1 a I 2s 9d, and 'Is 6:1 bottles. 1117 RJIHE WORLD'S HAIR GROWER C". McOASKIE'S ASTRINGENT, the best Hair Producer of the age. Never fails to make the hair C. McOASKIE'S ASTRINGENT, the best Hair Producer Qf the age. Kcw fails to make the hair grow an infallible remedy for weal; and thin hair; the one and o:ily cure for prematura baldness pan- gent and pleasant to use non-greasy. Ko one having weak hair should be without it. Is. 6d. per Bottle wonh a guinea. Try it. Prepared hv C. McCASKIE, Hairdresser, &e. TE Ml'LK ?!' OKE E T, SWANSEA. 28S4 Proprietor of the Celebrated Electric Hair Dy.'j NO NAME OINTMENT. This Ointraont is confidentially recommended as an old, tried, aud successful remedy for scurvy scrofula, glandular swellings, ringworm, old wound: ulcerated legs, scald head: blotches on the face and body, St. Anthony's fire, burns, chilblains, braises, piles, fistula, rheumatism, bunions, Ac. It will soon heal up the most obstinate eruptions of the skin o> every kind. Please note the Trade Mark Label on each pot. NO NAME PILLS.. For scrofula, BCUTVV, ulcerated legs, erysipelas, blotches on the face, eruptions on the body, piles, fistula, glandular swellings, &c., &c. They may be taken by persons o! either sex, are tonic and invigorating, and, acting upon the secre- tions, they are a truly valuable blood purifier, and may be used in conjunction with the No Name Ointment in any of the above diseases. Sold in pots and boxes by all chemists. Price 7? £ d, Is lù and Zs 9d each. No family should be without them. SOL.F. I'BOPRIKTOB J. WHITEHOUSK, 194 DE1UTEND, BIRMINGHAM. Agents wanted in every district. 1160 SWANSEA OFFICES s OF THK '[ SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS," No. 2, COLLEGE-STRBET. 1 I JESSE WILLIAMS SPECIALITY. y>R, !>ROWN'S Jj £ 3 /iOUGH 110TTLE KJ U Is the best of all Cousk. Cures. The very firsi dose seems to do good It's so comforting. 1)R" J3R0WN's 0OUGH jgOTTLE Warms the Chest, cutt the phlegm, and lubrir cates the throat. For > tickling throat, a hack- ing cough, or a cold oil the chest there's nothing half so good as Dr, Brown's Cough Bottle. JQR. JgROWN'S £ JOUGH jgOTTLE Is prepared from th< choicest drugs nionel c¡¡,n buy. If we were tt cl give you the recipe you would find that if yon were to take it to an) first-class chemist,a man who could be depended upon to use nothing but the best, and at the same to have the necessarj skiii to blend the variouj ingredients properly, if would cost you about twice the money w. charge for it. D R. jjR0WN's £ JOUGH jpOTTLE Is composed of Honey Horohound, Aniseed Squill, Ipecac, Ciiloro dyne,Paregoric,and Tolu It is thereiore no expert ment. Its annually in: creasing sale testifief eloquently to its sterling worth. It is not now necessary to publish anj testimonials,since nearl j every man, woman, and cbiki know something about it. jyx. jgROWN'S ^JOUGH JgOTTLE Is recommended, as th4 name iiiiplies, fcr Cought and Colds. It frequently gives great relief in Asthma, Bronchitis, and Consumption. It allays that irritation or tickling of the throat which bothers yon so much. li softens the congealed phlegm so that it can be coughed up. |)R* JgROWN'S 0OUGH JgOTTLE Is sold in bottles at Is, 2s 9d. and 4s 6d, by the proprietors, Jesse Wil- liams and Co., Chemists, Park Hall Buildings, Cardiff, and by nearly all the Chemists in Car- diff and the Neighbour- hood. Threepence extra will bring any size by parcels post to any 2470-—917a address in the Kingdom -_0. jpOR COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, JgRONCHITIS, AND NEURALGIA. A) DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORO- :DyN:E!v ice-Chancellor Sir W. Page Wood stated publicly in Couro that Dr. J. Colli Browne was nndouutccliV the inventor of Chlorodyne, that the whole story of the rleiendant Freeman was deliberately untrue, and lie regretted to sj\v it had been ivorii tl)-See Times," Jalv 15, 1868. TfeR- J- COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORO- DYNFJ.- rhc Iiight Hon. Ear] Pusseil com- munica.ted to the College of Physicians and J. T> Dftvenporu lihat ho had received information to th< encct that ihe onh* remedy o? anv service In choleri was Crilorodyan.— See Lancet,Dee. 31,166d. DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORO- I.)YNI2.—Extract from the ^ledical Times," J a:J, 12, 18cG:—" It is prescribed by scores of orthodox practitioner*. Of course it would not be tliusingtilsrll popular did it not supply a want and till a place." BR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CIILORO DYNE is the best and most certain remedy it coughs, colds, asthma, consumption, neuralgia, l'heu, matism, etc. m DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORO- DYNK is a certain cure in cholera, dysentery, diarrhoea, etc. DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORO- DYNE.—CAUTION None genuine without the words "Dr. J. Collis Chlorodyne" on tht Government stamp. Overwhe' > ahi^ medical testimony accompanies each bottle. Sole manufacturer: i- T* DAVENPOKT, 33, Great Kussell-street, W.C. Sold bottles, Is ld, :3,; 2d, 4s 6d, and lis. 1G374 2772 "o:or-o.a.r. Printed and Published by the Proprietors DAVID DUNCAN & SONS, at 105, St. Mary-str«* and Westgate-street, in the town of Cardiff, ifl »«*' county of Glamorgan
SOUTH WALES FINANCE. (Cardiff Account Days, Dec. 15th and 30th.) MONDAY, December 6th, 1897. Business continues to be of a very quiet humdrum character in the local market, but the general tone has been just a shade better to-day. There has been a fairly general inquiry for Rliymuey Ordinary, but sellers appeared to be scarce. The quota- tion closed 1 better, a 275%, but no busi- ness is reported. Tarf Ordinary has been dealt in at 83%, the top price, and the quotation moved up Y4 to that level. Rhondda and Swansea Bay Ordinaries have also been dealt in at 6^, the old orice. Barry Stocks are quiet but steady. With the improved prospects of the coal trade Colliery Shares are in rather better demand. The Newport-Abercarn Col- liery is understood to be doing better under the new directorate, and as a consequence the steady rise in the shares continues. The Ordinary has been dealt in to-day at 4^?. The quota- tion for these closes better at 472, and Y4 for the Preferences at 7%. Other business included Stranaghan and Stephens' Pre- ferences, at 19s Bute Dry Docks, at 1612 and Barry Graving Docks, at 20s. The Mining Market keeps very flat. Chartereds have been done at 3iG' 16 The following changes in value are aoted in the official list of the Cardiff Stock Exchange:— Rise.-Rhymney Ordinary 1. to 275; Taff Ordinary 34. to 83% Bristol Gas 5 per Cent. Stock Y2, to 130 Newport- Abercarn Ordinary 7i, to 4}f¡ do. Prefer- ences Y4, to 772 Stranaghan and Stephens' Preferences 6d, to 19s. Fe-dl.-Carcliff Empires to 9%. Messrs Thackeray and Co. note similar changes, and in addition a fall of 1, to 119, in Cardiff Corporation 3% per Cent. Stock. There are buyers of Newport-Abercarn Ordinary and Preferences D. Davis and Sons' Preferences. There are sellers of Stranaghan and Stephens' Preferences Metropolitan Banks Rhymney Iron Debentures; Cardiff Corporation Stock: Rhondda Valley Brewery Debentures Wm. Cory and Co.'s Debentures Newport-Abercarn Prefer- ences; Tredegar Iron A Shares Llanelly Gas B Shares.
LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE. LONDON, Monday. Money was again in strong demand, and, the supply being short, borrowers had to p 1 11 pay 272 to 3 per cent. for advances over the night, whilst a fairly large business was done by the central institution at the official rate. The Discount Market re- mained firm, and brokers would not dis- count best three months' bills below 2* per cent. On the Stock Exchange business was, if anything, a trifle more active, and the tone was firm in most departments. Consols advanced on investment pur- chases, and Home Railway Stocks mark a general improvement on the note of the Board of Trade to the rail- way employees, it being now consi- dered practically certain that no strike will take place. American descriptions were very little dealt in, operators awaiting President McKinley's Message to Con- gress to-day, but the tone was good at the finish in response to New York opening advices. Canadian lines showed only fractional changes at the finish. A feature was a considerable ad- vance in Mexican Rails, believed to be due to the expectation that this company will probably be allowed to raise its rates owing to the heavy fall which has recently taken place in silver, whilst the advance in this I metal to-day also assisted the upward movement in prices. Foreign Bonds were generally firmer. Ottoman Bank Shares, however, were much depressed on un- favourable dividend rumours. South Africans, after being firmer, closed dull, in response to weaker prices from Paris. West Australian and New Zealand issues, I however, were weak, but Copper Shares remained firm. The market for Home Government Securities was strong, and Consols ad- vanced 1" for money, to 112ii-, and 16' for the account, to 113^ Rupee Paper rose Colonial Inscribed Stocks were firm. Tasmanian 334 per Cent. rose 1. Foreign Bonds were firm, and Spanish Fours rose Turkish Second Group, Third and Fourth do., -it; French Threes, Italian Rentes, ft; Argentine 1886, I do. Funding, and Chilian 1885 and 1886 and Uruguay 1835, 1, the latter to 48yz. Uruguay Old Loan, however, fell Bulgarian 1888, 1 and Peru Deben- tures, Y4 the latter to 40. Home Railways were strong and higher, Midland Deferred and Great Eastern marking an advance of 1; Great Westerns, North-Easterns, South-Western Deferred Metropolitans, Districts, and South-Eastern Deferred, XA Brighton Deferred, 54 Midland Preferred Ordinary, Great Northern Deferred, North-Westerns, and Chatham Ordinary, 34 Caledonian De- ferred, Furness, 1; and Rhymney, 2. City and South London Ordinary, however, fell 3, and Hull and Barnsley, Y4. American Railways were ncglected, but ¡ closed with a good tone. Milwaukees advanced Y2 on the day. Union Pacifics and Wabash Preference, 34 and Louis- villes, Missouri, Kansas, Erie Shares, Atchi- son Ordinary, North Pacific Preference, and Norfolk Common, the latter to 13% whilst York Centrals and Erie First Pre- ference receded 34 and Norfolk Pre- ference, Canadian Pacilics declined but Grand Trunk Guaranteed and First Pre- ference improved and Second do., Mexican Railways were buoyant, and First Preference advanced 334 Second ao., 1 and Ordinary Stock, 134. Buenos Ayres Rosario fell Ottoman Dank Shares gave way V2. In Miscellaneous Coats' Ordinary and Preference fell 34 London and St. Katha- rine Docks Capital Stock, 34 and Worth- tngton Brewery Preference Shares and Harrod's Stores Ordinary, 34- North Harrod's Stores Ordinary,. North British Mercantile Insurance rose 72 and Allsopp's Preference 1. South Africans opened firm, but closed below best. Chartereds vere -fu lower on the day. Rhodesia Exploration rose 34, to Ferreiras, 34 and a few others to Durban Roodepoort at 634; Matabele Gold Reefs, 6% Angelos, Klerks- dorp, 5s 9d Zambesi Exploration, 1% Woodstock Transvaal, h wever, fell to West Australians were generally dull, but tile few losses were merely fractional. West Australian G ldficlds roo*. Lake V;c4-,v Sc h vas quo ed 2 Amongst New Zea'.uiu Mii^f-s H^. rak s fell 6d, and I Kapang' a. to 4s 6d. £ 32,000 was taken to the Bank to-day 1 IrOin South Africa. TIMI Silver Market ball been ougug, chiefly owing to the scarcity of spot supplies, and the price for bars was fixed at 27 %d per ounce, showing an advance of Ñ. Forward delivery was also 34 higher at 26y4d per ounce. Calcutta Exchange was quoted Is 3 l-32d; Bombay, Is 2 31-32d; Hong Kong, Is 11 %d; do. 4 months, 2s; Shanghai, 2s 9d do. 4 months, 2s 934d. The Paris Bourse opened firm, but closed weak. Leading South Africans were lower. Exchange Cheques on London advanced to 25.24. We understand that the prospectus of the Welsbach Incandescent Gaslight Com- pany will be issued at the end of this week. The capital will be £ 1,500,000 in 5 per Cent. Preference Shares, £1,350,000 7 per Cent. Ordinary Shares, and £ 650,000 Deferred Shares. None of the Deferred Shares will be offered for sub- scription. The auditor's certificate of the net profits for the last financial year shows £ 209,800. Sir Henry C. Burdett, K.C.B., the ex-secretary of the Share and Loan Department of the London Stock Ex- change, will be the chairman. The prospectus of Messrs George Whybrow, Limited, drysalters, oil mer- chants, and proprietors of Whybrow's pickles, &c., is published in another column. The company has been formed for the pur- pose of acquiring, carrying on, and extend- ing the well known business of Mr George Whybrow, proprietor of the celebrated Whybrow's pickles, dry- salter, sauce manufacturer, &c., this business, one of the oldest in the trade, having been established in the beginning of the present century. The canital is £ 60,000, in 12,000 shares of £ 5 each, and these are now offered at par. There are no debentures, preference, or deferred shares, and the entire nett profits will therefore belong to the ordinary share- holders. The subscription list will be opened on Tuesday, December 7th, and closed on Friday, the lObh, for town, and Saturday, the 11th. for the country.
RATES OF EXCHANGE ON LONDON. LONDON, Saturday Evening.—The following were the rates of exchange on London to-d-ty:- Paris Cheques 25.24 Amst'rd'm, Chequ's 12.08J Berlin Cheques 20.38 Autw'p short 25.25 to 25.2'J Berlin 8 days' sight 20.36 St. P't'rsb'g, 5 mths 93.55 Do. 3 months 20.21 Madrid, sight 33.47i Hamburg, 3months 20.20 I' Do. 3 months 00.00" Frankfort, short 20.36 C'nst'nt'n'pr,3mthsl09.20 Vienna, sight 120.30 Rome, S months 26.42 Amsterdam, Short 12.0S i Lisbon 35?» B¥SINESS;B8NE—SKITISH STOCKS. ePNG 12.0 1.19 eL. IP Do. do. c Account ..Jll2ff, 1125 1121i Do. 2 ie. ldj Local Stock 113 1 Bank of England Stock 350^ India 31 per Cent 117 Do. 3 do. 109V Metropolitan Con. 3 £ p.c, 121 Do. do. 3 p.c. 115, India Rupee Taper 3 £ p.c. 61J! 64 £ Ins. Canadian 4p.c.Jan.Jly 113 Ins. C.GoodHope 4 p.c. 1833 119 Ins. N. Zealand Con. 4 p.c. 116 Ins. New South Wales 121 Ins. Victoria 4 p.c. 1882-3-4 109A Ins. South Australian 4 p.c! 113" Ins. Queensland 4 p.c 112% BRITISH RAILWAYS. Brighton Railway Ord 18S Do. Do Deferred 179 1794' 17911 179|l Caledonian Consolidated. 156 j Do. Preferred Con. Ord. 99ij Do. Deferred Con. Ord. 56a! 57J! 57 Chatham and Dover Ord. 1S|! 19 I9i Do. Preference 134§| East London 7 Furness 69J| Glasgow & South Wstrn. 64 Great Eastern Ordinary. 119f! 1202 Gt. Nthn. Prefd. Con. Ord. 123 .j Do. Defrd. Do. 58 jl 59 Do. A's 56 Great Western 173^ 174 174J: Great Central Prof Ord. 69 Do. Deferred Ordinary. 2111 Hull and Barnsley 46j 45^ Lancashire and Yorkshire 145 London and North-Wstrn' 2023 203 203i 203 London and South-Westrn 225., I. Lon. & Sth. Wstrn. Defrd.: 93i: 94 Metropolitan Consolidated 130il 130J 1307 Do. Land Stock 93; Do. District Ordinary. 28i 28J 29 Do. Preferred 108 Midland Preferred Ord. 87A Do. Deferred Ord. 93i; 94 94J' 93j North British Ord. Pref. 89 Do. Ordinary Deferred. 44 North-Eastern Ordinary .| 178J; 178J North Staffordshire 129 South-Eastern Ordinary.) 156 Do. Deferred 1143, 1151! 113g 1134 Taff Vale Act, 1S3S 84^1 Taff Vale Act, 1S3S 1 84^1 i AMERICAN RAILWAYS Atchir-on 131! ..y Do. Preference 29|i 291 291 Central Pacific 12 11^: Chicago, Milwaukee S6|| 96J 97J Denver Ordinary llf Do. Preferred 46J: Erie Shaxes 15 14J 14g Do. 1st Preference 37J1 Illinois Central 105%; Lake Shore 178 Louis and Nashville 56|! 56ij 56jj Missouri, Kansas, & Texas 13j! 13gi 13J New York Central New York Ontario 15|! Norfolk Preference 44 North Pacific Pic-f, 572 58|! 58| Pennsylvania Ordinary 5<Jii 5S Philadelphia and Reading ll £ Do. First Preference 24A! Southern Ry.Common Stck Sjl Do. Preferred 31 Union Pacific 2S$! 26^ 26J Wabash Preference ISi' 18 £ 18j Do. General Mortgage 2S|! 18J OTHER RAILWAYS. Canadian Pacific S2? 824 ••• I ••• I Grand TrunkOrdinary 7j 7s 7A 7 £ Do. Guaranteed 68gj 67? 68 £ 683; Do. First Preference 514] 50^ 5ii 51w'J Do. Second Preference. 32Ji 33 Do. Third Preference 18 Mexican Ordinary 17J| 18J 18$. 13$ Do. First Preference 704! 71 70 71j Do. Second Preference. 30 Lombards Ordinary 7J Mexican Cntl. 4 p.c. Bonds 68 68J; Do. First Income IS Buenos Ayres Gt. Southern 1*75] Buenos Ayres and Rosario! 74 Central Argentine 78.}! 81 FOREIGN STOCKS. ¡ Chilian, 1886 7. S5~7~ Do. 1892 91 Buenos Ayres, 1832 i 43 I Do. 1883 j 43 | Bulgarian 6 p.c. 1888 96 95 Argentine 1886 90ii 91 Do. Funding 86j 85} Do. 41 p.c. Sterling 59 Do. Treasury 63 Argentine Cedillas A 33' .<i Do. Cedulas B 321' Buenos Ayres Cedulas I. 6|: Do. J. 6|i Brazilian, 1S39 62) .1 61Jj Chinese Silver Loan 100 Do. Gold do. 1895 110 Egyptian Unifieds 108Ji Do New 3i per Cent. 102.3! Do Stats Domain 104}! Do State Domain 104}! Do Daira New 103AL French 3}per Cent. Rentes! 105j! I Do. 3 per Cent. Rentes; 102;1 103 Hungarian 4 per Cent. Gold1 103jl i German 3 per C. 1891-2-3, 96j! Italian 5 per Cent. Rentes! 95 Mexican 6 per Cent 96J1 Peru. Corp. Ordinary 2}; Do. Preference S}| Portuguese 3 per Cent 20ji Greek, 1881 34 Do. 1884 34 Russian 4 p.c. Con 104J Spanish 4 per Cent 60| 60Jg: 61 60 Turkish, 1894 97 £ Do Ottoman Defence1 103^ Do. 1st Group 65 Do. 2nd Group 42J 425 Do. 3rd Group 24j 241 Do. 4th Group 21J 21f| Do. 4th Group I 21J 21f| Ottoman Bank Shares 13J 12| Uruguay 3 £ per Cent 40}! 40J Honduras 5 Paraguay 15 Transvaal Loan 5 per Cent; 107 INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL. Ori-& ental Pri., 154} Do. Deferred I 242 £ j j Cunard Steamship, £ 20 pd.i 9; j Anglo-American Tel. Pref. 105 Do. do. Ordinary 59 Direct United States Cable 10 £ Arthur Guinness Ordinary 570 Allsopps Ordinary 153 Coats Ordinary 57 56} Pears' Soap Ordinary l £ Linotype Deferred 7} Consett Iron 27 E'o'ow Vnle St. & I'n Co 6J Deccan Land £ 5 Share3 2j Suez Canal 129i Eastman's 3 Salt Union Ordinary 2J Nitrite Kailvay Ord 6i Dublin Distillers l £ SOUTH AFRICAN MINES Afrikander J; Bantjes l|! Baraato Consolidated 2fg! Bechuanaland Ex Bonanza, 4|| British South Africa 3J| 3^8 Bu £ t'elsdoorn tsj S City and Suburban New 6j%i 6 £ Con. Gold Fields, Def 4« 4^ Crownreef 121 De Beers Diamonds 2Gj! 23 Durbau-Roodepoort 6j| 6| 6} East Rand 4}' 4ft! Ferreiras 22)| 22J Gold Fields Deep 9} Henderson Trust, Est 1J; Henry Nourse gj; Johannesburg cons. Invest 2 Jubilee 7g! Jumpers 53j Knights 4gl Klerksdorp 5/6' Langlaagte Estate 4| Do. Block B 1 Modderfontein 2Jg Mozambique 1|| New Jagersfontein 89 Nigel 2J| Oceana Land jra 3 Pioneer — Primrose Princess 2ft Rand Mines 33 Randfontein Rand-Rhodesia m Reitfontein 2. Rhodesia Exploration 5} Rhodesia Limited 11 Salisbury .•• 3 Sheba 2ft 2} Simmer and Jack £ 5 New! 3} 3ft 3j South African Exploration! 14ij South African Gold Trust) 4} 4f Wemmers 9| .»* r AUSTRALLA-N. Associated Gold Mine 4^, Bayley's United 4/6! Big Blow 2/5; Broken Hill Prop 2|; i. Golden Horseshoe 6* 6g 6JJ Great BoiUder 24/ 23/6 Great Fingall Reefs 5/i Hampton Plains 1 Hannan's Brownhill 6Jj 6^5 Haiman's Napier 3/ Hit or Miss 7/6 Ivanhoe New 6^ 6J Kalgurli 6^1 6jf Lady Loch 4/ 4/3 Lady Shenton 2^ Lake ViewConsols lis lljg Londonderry 6/ .t Lon.&WestAnstraliaExpr. Mainland Consols Paddington Consols g Wealth of Nations jj WestAustralianGoldFields 1}5 2 Westralia ft Wentworth }| London Globe Finance N'wl 2 MISCELLANEOUS. Burma Ruby 9/61 Cape Copper Mines 4 Hauraki 7/ 6/6 Kapanga 5/ 4/6 Mason and Barry 3 Mysore Gold 5ftI Mysore Gold Fields 15/1 Ooregum Ordinary 2^j Rio Tinto Copper 24 25 24t Tharsis Copper 6L
LONDON MINING EXCHANGE ["EXCHANGE TEUEGKAPH CO.'S TELEGBAAT.L YESTERDAY'S CLOSING PRICES. BRITISH MINES Us-sett,Fully pd.1,3iO 14/0j Polberro ys Do. 12s 6d paid 5/P 6/0jWest Kitty 2% 3 Dolcoath 13/0 14/0!Wheal Grenville 2% 2% East Pool & Agar.. vz Do. Kitty 2/0 3/0 SOUTH AFRICAN MINES. Angelo 4^J 4J3i Do. Block B 1ft Apex Mines 5& 5%j Do. Royal Bantjes (New) 1ft lft!Luipaards Vlei.N 1 1 Barrett 9/6 10/ojMa,y Consolid'ted 1% 2 Bonanza 4 4^iMeyer&Charlton 4% 5 Buffelscloorn ft ifoadeftein New 2:'4 2% City & Sn'o. (New) 6ft 5ftjNew Bulfont-ein i-5 1ft Comet 3 3%'NewPrimrose 4V3 4V* Con. Bulfontein. 31/0 32/0INigel 2>R 2% Con. Deep Level.. 4^ 5781 Do. Deep t Crcesus (New) ft ft! Nth Randfontein 1 1% Crown Reef 12 123i|Nourse Deep 6% 67 Do. Deep 14^ 14J £ |Pioneer .T. 8% 9?i De Beers T 2%% 29 jPorgcs R'df'nt'n 1% 1% Drietfontein 3% 3?^Princess 2% 2*a Durb'11-Roodep't. 6; 6%!Randfontein 2 2^4 East Rand 411: 4ft!Band Mines 32% 337 Ferreira 22;<i 23 iKeitfontein New 211: Geldenhuis 4ft 4ft;Robinson ( £ 5 Sh) Do. Deep 6? £ Do. Deep 10}» 10?» Do. Main Reef.. ytIBoodepoortDeep Glencairn 2ft 2ft|Salisbury New 2% 3yt George Goch 1y. 1%jSheba 2ft 2ft Ginsberg (Nev/). 3^ 3^ Simmer<fc Jack. 3^i 3% Goldfields Deep. 9js'Spe8 Bona New yi Henry Nourse 9% 9%:Stanhope '?8 Heriot(New) 7% 8>gi'Transvaal Gold Jagersfontein 8}4 821 & Exploration 4;i 4. Jubilee lli 7%jUnit'd Roodp'rte 3% 4 Jumpers 5%jVan Ryn New 1% 2 Kimb.-Roodept 1 ljiiVillage Mainreef 5% 6 Kl'nfo'te'n (Cutl.) 2) 2;Vogelstruis ft fi Knight 4] 4ftlWemmer 9J, 954 Langiaagte 4 4!Wolhuter 6% 6r. LAND AND EXPLORATION COMPANIES. Africn Explratn13 14^!Mash'la'dAgency 2ft 2ft Anglo-French 2% 2%'Mozambique 1% 2 Bechuanal'ndEx 1 Do. ar .í Barnato Consols. 2 2;3jNew African 1% 1% Char. B.S. kfr, em 3 si",i Oceana Land ii Cou.Gol'Rel'sDet 4% 4^!Pochefstroom 5/0 5/6 Exploration Co.. l'/i 2 jRliodesia Lim 1% G'ldTr'st&.T'vest 4% 4W Do. Explor b}± 6 Henderson Est. 1ft lft;Steyn Estate 1% 1% Johannesburg iTatiConcessions ift 1& Cons. Invest. lfg 2ft|United Rhodesia fi Johannesb'gWat 1ft IftjWilloughbyCons l%i Klerksdorp 5/6 6/0 Zambesi Explo. iy8 1% LondonanO. Paris AUSTRALIAN AND INDIAN MINES Aladdin Lamp IfJ IJJIBayley's United 4/3 4/9 Asso. Gold \V. A. 3', £ 4 Lake View Cons.11% 11% Do Southern ?, 1 Do. South 2% 2% Boulder Perse- London & West verance 5f.: 5f¡¡ Au. Explor N N Broken Hill Prop. 2f¡¡ 2,[, Do. & Gl'be Fin 22% Burbanks B Gift.. l>i Mainland Consols 8 74 Central Boulder.. 1ft 1ft Mawson's R'w'd X Champion Reef 4ft 4^J Menzies O'Dr'sc'll yi Colonial G-'d FTds ^idis Menzies Crusoe. >4 Cue, No. 1 3/0 4/0J?iIount Lyell 14% 14% Day Dawn 17/0 18/0tMount Morgan of j 4ft „ P.C. 3/0 3/6jMysore 5 5^ Golden Arrow 5/0 6/0 „ Goldfieldsl3/0 14/0 G'den Horse Shoe (>% 6% „ Reef 11/6 12/6 Golden Links 1ft Ift „ West 15/0 16/0 Gr't Boulder New23/0 24/0 „ Wynaad.,13'0 14/0 Do. Main Reef.. 1% 17$(North Boalder VA iK Hampton Piftim.. 1i 1 jNundydroog 4Vi Hannans Brown |Ooregum 2% 2y Hill 6^ 6^1 „ Pref 3}± 3% Do. Croesus ft ^|Paddington Cons, ft W Do. Oroya Ift IMiRobiuson, Wr.A. *1 Do. Props 14/9 151.3!TO,ikpu Gold t 1ft Hauraki 6/0 7/OjTrae Blue ft Ivanhoe New 6ft 6ft Wentworth ft ft Kalgurli 6ft Cft'W. A. Gold Fields 2 2>i Do. North 1ft 2ft! Do. Joint moclj 2ft 2ft Do. South 3'i 3^1 White F. Reward, ft ft Lady Loch 4/0 4/6!Waihi Gold 4ft 4|^ MISCELLANEOUS. AnacondaCopp'r 61.1 g^jCassclI Coal 178 1;-4; Burmah Buoy 10/8'Mason & Barry. 2% 3% Cape Copper 1" 4^e|Rio Tinto 2425 Copiapo 2 2> £ iSt. Jno. Del RayI7/0 18/0 Coromandel 3?^ 3*^1
DAILY STOCK AND SHARE LIST SUPPLIED BY MESSRS THACKERAY & CO. Stack and Share Brokers, 3, Dock Chambers, Cardi ff RAILWAYS. Paid. Price3. Stock Barry Undivided 100 .286 290 Do. 4p.c.Prefer-red0rd 100 127 129 „ Do. Deferred Ordinary .100 158 160 100 Cardiff 4 p.c. P'f'd Ord Scrip 80 98>y 99 Stock Great Western 100 .173^ J.74% „ London & North-Western .100 .202^ 203V. „ Midland Pref. Cons. Ord.100 37 88 I „ Do. Deferred Cons. OrdlOO 94). 95% 10 Port TaJbot Ry. and Docks. 10 9% 9% I 10 Rhon.&S.Bay Nos. 1/41,850. 10 6% 6 Stock Rhymney 100 .274 278 „ Do. 4 p.c. Preferred 100 .128 130 „ Do. Deferred 100 .155 160 „ Taff Vale Divided Stock 100 83% 84 PREFERENTIAL. Stock Barry Ry. 5 p.c. 1st Pref .100 .169 171 „ Do. Consolidated 4 n.c.100 .139 141 Brecon & Mer. 1st Pref.1861 100 60 70 Do. 2nd Pref. 1862.100 40 50 „ Cambrian, No. 1, 4 p.c.100 70 75 Do. No. 2,4 p.c.100 35 40 „ Great V/estern, 5 p.c 100 .187 183 10 Pembroke & Tenby 5 p.c. 10 12 13 10 Port Talbot 4 p.c 4 1% 5^4 10 Rhon. & S. Bay 5 p.c. 1/35,250 10 13% 13% Stock, Rhymney 4 p.c. Consold 100 .143 145 „ Taff Vale 4 p.c. Consold .100 .144 146 GUARANTEED OR LEASED. 50 Aberti.ar6 10 p.c 50 .158 173 Stock Great Western, 5 p.c. guar.100 .189 191 „ Penarfch 57 p.c 100 133 186 „ Vale of Glamorgan 100 .134 136 RAILWAY AND OTHER DEBENTURES. Stock Alex. Dock & Ry. 4 p.c 1-00 .130 132xd Barry Railway 3 p.c 100 .111 113 „ Brecon it Merthyr A4'^ p.c. 100 .123 125 Do. B 4 p.c.100 93 101 „ Cardiff Railway 3 p.c 100 .106 103 Cambrian A 4 p.c 100 135 137 Do. B 4 p.c.100 .127 129 Do. C 4 p.e 100 .126 128 „ Do. D4p.c.non. cum.100 .108 110 Great Western 4 do 1C0 .156 158 „ Midland 3 per cent 100 .118 120 „ Mid-Wales A 4^ per cent, .100 .130 135 Neath & Brecon 1st 100 .129 131 Do, A 1 100 .118 120 Do, A 2 100 58 62 Rhondda&Sw'nseaBay4p.c.l00 .129 131 Rhymney 4 ditto 100 .146 147 „ Tail Vale 3 p.c 100 .111 113 „ Vale of Glamorgan 3 p.c 100 .103 105 BANKS. 30 Glamorganshire. 2% 6% 634 5 Glamorganshire, Pref 2 6% 6% 60 London & Midland 12% 50> £ 511 10 London & Provincial 5. 21,11 22% 50 Lloyds Bank 8 27y, 28 50 Metro, of England & Wales 5 14 14% 75 National Provincial 10& 50 51 60 National Provincial 12 57 58 40 North & South Wales .10 34% 35 GAS. 10 AberJare 10 20 21 Stock Bristol 5 p.c 100 .129% 130% „ Cardiff A 10 per cent 100 .245 250 „ Do. B 8 per cent 100 .195 200 „ Do. C 7 percent 100 .175 1eO „ Do. D 5 percent 100 .120 125 Do. 4% p.c. Pref. Stock., 100 .122 124 „ Newport A 10 per cent 100 .242 247 „ Do. B 7% per cent .100 .182 184 „ Do. C 7 per cent 100 .171 175 25 Swansea 7% per cent 25 43 45 25 Do. 7 per cent. 25 40 42 GAS AND WATER. 10 Bridgend 10 9% 10% 12 Pontypool (Max. 10 p.c.) 12 16 18 10 Ystrad A (Rhondda) 10 — 10 Do. B 7 p.c 10 — WATERWORKS. 25 Bristol 25 59 60 20 Do 20 45% 46% 10 Pontvnridd 10 per ct. Ord. 10 23% 24 10 Do. 7 p.c. (10. 10 17 17% BREWERIES 10 Bristol (George's) Ordi-uary 10 44 44% 10 do. 6 £ c. Pref. 10 18 18% 10 Hancock G p.c. Prefd. Ordy. 10 14 14%xd 10 do. Pref'd iss. at 2 pm 5 8% 8%xd 10 do. Deferred Ordinary 10 17% 18xd 10 do. Def. iss. at 4 prem. 7 14 1472Xd 10 do. 6 p.c .Preference 10 15 15%xd Stock do. 4 p.c. Deben. StocklOO .113 115xd 10 Rhondda Valley 5 p.C. Pref. 10 11% 11% I Stock do. 4H Deb. StocklOO .109 111 COAL AND IRON. 10 Albion Steam Colliery 10 10% 10% 00 Do. 5 p.c. Deb., red 100 .106 108 10 Cambrian 10. 9:i loy, 00 Do. 4% p.c. Deb.100 .101 103 10 D. Davis & Sons 10 10 ioy, 10 Do. 6p.ccumred PfShs 10 10^ 10% 100 Do. 5 p.c. Deb., red.100 .103 105 100 Do. 5 p.c. B Db. (1906) 100 .103 105 23 Ebbw Vale Steel, Iron, £ -Coal 20 6% 6% 5 Great Western Ordinary 5 4% 4% 5 Do. 10 p.c. ctf iri Pref 5 9% 10 10 Insoles CvmmerCol6p.c. Pf 10 9%. 10% 100 Do. do. 5 p.c. DebsIOO .101 103 5 International Coal 5. 2% 2% :00 Lockets Colliery 5 p.c. Debs.100 101 103 100 Miller & Cory 5 p.c. Debs.100 .101 103 62% Nantyglo&Blainalron Pref. 62% 93 94x iust 10 Newport-Abercarn 10 47; 4% 10 Do. Participating Pref 10 7% 1% 5 North's Navigation Colliery 5 2 2% 5 Do. 10 p.c. Cum Pref 5 7% 100 Do. 6 p.c. Deb 100 .108 109 10 Penrikyber Colliery. 10 4% 5% 10 Do. 5 to 7%p.c. I'ref. 10 8%: 8% 100 Powell Duffryn 6 p.c. Deb.100 .104 106 100 Do 5 p.c. Deb 100 .103 105 5 Rhymney Iron 5 .23s Od 25s Od 5 Do. New 2% credited & 2% paid 17s Od 19s Od 100 Do. 5 p.c. Mort. Debs.100 99 101 17 South Wltles Colliery Ord. 17 8 8Y4xd 3 Do. 10 per cent. PrefB. 3 3% 4xd 3 Do. New Pref. B 1% 2%xd 11 Tredegar Iron and Coal A. 7% 2% 2% 'Stock Do. B .100 29 31 MISCELLANEOUS. Stock Alex.' Dk. & Ry. 4f A Pref.100 .127 129 Ditto 472 B Pref.100 .111 113 10 Barry Graving Dock 10 19% 2OYixd 10 Do. New Issue 6p% pd 3 3%adpm 10 Do. Preference 1% 1% I BeD Evans and Co. Ord. I 19s Od 21s Od to Founts' suateso i 1 Bland & Co 1 .14s 14s 6d xd 10 Bl. and So. Wales Waggon 3 6 6% 10 Bute Drv Dock 10 16% 16% 10 Cardiff Channel Drv Docks 10 14% 14% 100 Do. do. 5 pc Deb. 100 107 109 Stock Cardiff Corporation 3% p.c.100 .118 120 10 Cardiff Ice 10 10% 10% 10 Cardiff Milling Co. Ordinary 10 1% 10 Do. do. 6p.c.Preference 10 2 2}i 5 C diff & Pen'rth Tramways 5 4 5 50 Cardiff Junction Dry Dock 40 52 54 25 Cardiff Workmen's Cottage 25 40 42 5 Empire, Cardiff 5 9 9 20 Hill's Dry Dock 18 7% 8}4 10 Mercantile Pontoon Ord 10 17% 18 10 lilford Dock 10 M 72 10 Mordey Carney 9 14;i 14% 10 Do. do 10 1572 16 100 Do. 4% p.c. Deb. (1909) 100 .105 107 50 Mountstuart Dry Doal, A. 40 77 79 50 Do. Do. B. 30 66 68 Newpt. Water El Annuities 2631 27 50 Penarth Shipbuilding 50 35 37 10 Provincial Tramways 10 7 7% 10 Do. 6 per cent. Preference 10 14 14% 10 Royal Hotel 6% Pref 10 2 6 10 SpUlers & Bakers Ordinary 9 14% 14^%xd 10 Do. 6 p.c. Pref. 10 14 14% 10 Do. New iss 50s pm,paid 10 13i 14 10 SpillersNephews Biscuit Co 9 7% 8Ji 1 Stranaghan& Stephens Stores 1 15s 17sxd 1 Do. do. 6 p.c. Pref. 1 18s 20sxd Stock Swansea Harbour 4 p.c. Stk.100 .115 116 10 Weaver and Co. Or(I 10 12 12% 10 Do. 6 p.c, Pref. 10 10% 11% v West.Mail 4% p.c.Db 1909/20 100 .107 109 Do. 5 p.c. cu Pref. 10 10% 10% Pref." when printed in Italics, indicates that the Shares are Preferential as to Capital as well as Dividend. Bank Rate increased from 24 to 3 p.c. 14th Oct, 1897 SELLERS.- 50 Stranaghiin 6 p.c. Pref-, at 19s 30 Van den Burgh Margarine Pref Shs 20 Metropolitan Bank Shares S700 Rhymney Iron 5 p.c. Debs £ 500 Vale of Glamorgan Ry Stock £ 200 Insoles Colliery 5 p.c. Debs,at 102% 12 Spillers &- Bakers Ord Shares, at 14% 8 Channel Pontoon Pf Shs, at S.10 16s 3d 5 & 10 Bute Dry Dock Shares 20 Port Talbot Ry Ord and Pref Shares 50 Rhynmey Iron New Shares, at 17s 6d 10 Cambrian Colliery 6 p.c. Pref, at 10% 40 Rhondda & S. Bay Od, EIC- pd, at 6% Y400 Barry Preferred Stock 20 & 5 Bristol & S. Wales Wagons, at 6% £ 57 Swansea Harbour 4 p.c. Stk, at 115 5 and 10 Bute Dry Dock Shares, at 16% zE625 Rhymney 4 p.c. Pref, at 145 20 Spillers -1124 Bakers 6 p.c, Pref, at 14% 5 & 20 Rhondda 5 p.c. Pref. at 13 20 S. Wales Colliery New B Shs, at 39s 6d 5 Port Talbot Graving Dks, £'¿ pd. at 1% BUYERS. —20 Newport Abercarn Pref & Ord Shares 5 and 15 D. Davis and Sons Pref, at 1072 £ 80 Rhondda & S. Bay Ry Deb Stock 28 and 5 Norths Colliery Ord Shares 20 Cardiff Empire Ord Shares £ 500 Tredegar B Stock 30 Great Western Colliery B, at 4% 20 South Wales Collierv A & B Shares £ 1000 Taff 4 p.c. Pref Stock, at 144% 20 London and Prov Bank Shares X-500 Neath and Brecon A2 Deb Prospectuses of Weaver and Co. New Issues to be obtained upon application THACKERAY AND CO., CARDIFF Telephones-P O. 61. National 134.
E. T. LYDDON AND CO., 122, BUTE-STREET, AND STOCK EXCHANGE, CARDIFF. Telegrams—" Lyddon, Cardiff." Telephones—P.O.. 63; Nat., 103. SELLERS.-20 Tredegar Iron A Shares, at 2% 20 Cardiff Empire Shares, at S9 Is 10%d 20 Spillers Nephews Shares—want bid 80 Rhymney Iron New Shares -9600 Cambrian Colliery Deb, at 102 2 ss Iolo Mcrganwg Shares 20 Hancock Deferred Shares 5 Rhondda and S. Bay Pref Shs, at 13% S-500 Ebbw Vale Debentures, at 107% 10 Albion Colliery Shares, at 10% 50 Merchants' Exchange Shs-want bid £ 500 Barry Deferred Stock £ 450 & £ 28 Barry Ord Stock, at 287% X30 Lockets Merthyr Deb, at 101% 5 Walkey Thomas & Co PZ5 Shs, at 25xd 10 Bute Dry Dock Shares, at 16% BUYERS. -5 Llanelly Gas B Shares £1000 Barry 4 p.c. & 5 p.c. Pref Stock Norths Colliery Debenture, at 10872 5 D. Davis and Sons Pref Shares, at 10% £1000 Taff Vale Pref Stock £100 Rhvmnev Ord Stock X200 Albion Colliery Debentures, at 107 10 Nells Ord Shares S200 Union Dry Dock Debenture JE500 Alexandra Dock B Stock F. S. AND J. G. THOMAS, STOCKBROKERS, 1, DOCK-CHAMBERS, AND STOCK EXCHANGE, CARDIFF. 1083 T grams: 'Fleming, Cardiff.' T'p's. No. 158, P.O. 133 SELLERS.—2,5 Bute Dry Docks 25 Albion Steam Coal Shares £ 1000 Barry Debenture, at 112 25 Spillers Pref Shares zE250 Vale of Glamorgan Stock £100 Rhymney By Debenture JE34 Barry Undivided Stock BUYERS. -7 Lloyds Bank, Ltd., Shares 4 Mountstuart Dry Dock A Shares Cardiff Gas D Stock 4 London & Prov Bank Shares, at 22 £ 500 D. Davis and Sons Debenture 20 Rhondda Ordinary Shares, at 6% 20 Nells Pref. at 12ft" 20 Albion Colli,I,r.v Shares 100 John Blauds, at 14s 6d 20 D. Davis and Sons Preference X_y,_t THOS. F. PEARSON, STOCKBROKER, 4, Dock Chambers (and Stock Exchange), Cardiff, Telegraphic Address, Gedge, Cardiff. Telephones—National. No. 139; P.O. No. 82 1093 BUYERS. — £ 500 Taff Vale Ordinary Hancocks New Preferred Ordinary 2 or 12 D. Davis & Sons Pref Shs, at 10% 20 Cambrian Colliery Pref Shares SELLERS.— £ 1000 Cardiff Corporation 3% p.c. £ 1000 lihondda Valley Brew 4% p.c. Deb Wm. Cory and Son 4 p.c. 1st Mort. 10 Wm. Hancock New Preferred Shares £100 Rhymney Deferred Ordinary 15 Port Talbot Preference 20 Cardiff Milling Prefs and 10 Ordinary TREGERTHEN DUNN AND CO., 27, MOUNTSTUART SQUARE, CARDIFF, AND STOCK EXCHANGE. 1104 T'grams-" T-.RID u-Y. CAHDIPF." ="3,t No. 130, V 0,131 SELL ERS.-IO Cardiff Channel Dry Dock Ord Shares 1 EIOO Mary Thomas ss Share I £ 100 Llanberis ss Share Cardiff Milling Pref Shares .50 Wm. Cory and Sons Pref Shares 10 Chris. Thomas Pref Shares 20 Penarth Slipway Shares BUYERS. -15 Cumbrian Colliery Pref Shares Norths or D D.17ig Debenture 10 Bovril Deferred ..Jr_W:IIJIn J. W. COURTIS AND CO., BANK BUILDINGS, ST. MARY-STREET, AND STOCK EXCHANGE, CARDIFF. 1106 Telegrams-" Stocks, Cardiff." Tele-ohones-N-.at., 551: P.O.. 517. SELLERS.—25 Chris. Thomas and Bros. Pref Shares 20 Crosswells, Cardiff, Brewery Ord BUYERS. — £ 300 Albion Colliery Debenture 10 Bute Dry Dock Shares 5 Mountstuart Dry Dock A Shares 10 Spillers and Bakers Preference R]OO Wegterii Mail Debenture Z300 D. Davis and Sons Debenture 20 Cardiff Empires —■■— I.I. 1. —■ 1 E. B. SIMS, STOCK & SHARE BROKER, 59, MOUNTSTUART-SQ. & STOCK EXCHANGE, BUTE DOCKS, CARDIFF. 1114 T'g'ms, "Sharea." C'dff. P.O. No. 51, Nat. 236 BUYERS. Westlakes Ordinary Shares 6 London < Prov Bank Shares, at 22 £SOO Rhymney Ordinary Stock, at 275 3 Swansea Gas Shares 7 or 7% p.c. SELLERS.—3 Rhondda Ordinary Shares, at 6% £ 400 Barry Preferred 10 Aberystwith Gas Shares, at 15% 11 Rhondda Pref Shares, at 13fg 20 Cardiff Milling Ord Shares £ 200 Cardiff Milling 1st Mortgage Db, 90 10 Cardiff Empire Shares, at 9ft CHARLES MASSY AND CO., CORY'S CORNER, BUTE DOCKS, AND STOCK EXCHANGE, CARDIFF.. 1126 T'grams, ID vest," Cardiff, T'ph's, Nat. 203., P.O. 75. PERCY POWELL, STOCK & SHARE BROKER, 113, Bute-rd., and Stock Exchange, Cardiff T'lgrams, Purse, Cardiff." T'phones, P.O. 89, Nat 225, BUYERS. —Newport Abercarn Ord &Pfs—say lowest 5 Newport Dry Docks, at 15% 20 Westlakes Brewery Prefs and Ord SZW Taff Vale Ord Stock, at 83% 10 Cardiff Empires, at 9% 20 & 25 Evans and Aliens, at 9s 4 Provincial Tram Prefs, at 14% SELLERS. —10 Newport Abercarn Pref Shares 6 and 5 Rhondda Ry Ordinary, at 6% 10 Mordey Carneye, £ 10 pd, with 10s div 10 Cardiff Empires Dealings in EDRiish Sev/ing Cotton Shares ERNEST SULLY AND CO. 118, BUTE-ST., AND STOCK EXCHANGE, CARDIFF. Telegrams," Trust. Telephones:—P.O.,7. Nat.. 187. 1133 LIONEL E. TAYLOR & CO., 27, WEST BUTE-STREET, & STOCK EXCHANGE CARDIFF. 1152 T grams Security, Cardiff." T'phns P.O., 113; Nat. 212 SELLERS.—15 Tredegar Iron A Shares 15 Rhondda Ord Shares, at 6',2 10 Cardiff Empires, at. 9% 10 English Sewing Cottons, at 20s pm £ 200 Taff Vale Ord Stock BUYERS. -20 English Sewing Cottons 20 Cardiff Empires, at 9 150 J. Bland & Co. Shares R. GEO. LAWS, STOCKBROKER, 12, MOUNTST UAliT-SQ UAEE, CARDIFF. T'grams—" Discreet," Cardiff. Nat. T'phone No. 22 BUYERS. £ 500 Barry Dry Dock Debs 100 Mazawattee Tea Shares 10 Great Western Colliery B Shares 30 International Coa! Shares 50 Cardiff Milling Ordinary Shares 1 Walter Thomas ss Share SELLERS.-30 Ocean Dry Dock Shares 1 Radyr ss Share 1 RO5 ss Share 15 Lloyd and Yorath Prefs 20 Wildings Shares 50 St. J('Jinn's Brickworks Shares 14 Insoles Pref Shares 50 Cardiff Channels Ordinary 30 Internationals £ 500 Vale of Glamorgan Stock Cardiff Millings ,w- PTESONS A N D ROB J ENT STOCKBROKERS, CENTRAL CHAlIrBERS, NEWPORT. Telegrams Robjent, Newport. Telephone No., 21 SELLERS.—4 Barry Graving Docks 50 Newport Abcrearrt Pref 20 Huddens Tobacco, at 5 50 Metropolitan Banks, at 14% 25 Pelling Stanley Pref, at 7s 6d prem Y,,100 Penarth Harbour Gaur. Stock 100 John Bland Shares BUYERS. -5 Llanelly Gas Shares 50 Newport Abercarn 4% p.c. Pref, at 7% zEI000 Alexandra Dock B, at 112 20 Lloyds Banks, at 27?-á 20 Lloyd and Yorath Prefs 50 Weavers Ord Shares £ 200 Lloyd & Yorath Deb Stock Chartereds, 3 5-32 Shebas, 2% Johnnies, 2 Associateds, 3JJ Lake View, 12 Hannans Props, 15s STEPHEN P. WILLS, SWANSEA, Stockbroker, T'grams, Wills," S'sea. T'phone, 184. SELLER.—Weavers Ordinary and Pref Shares A. W. JOHNSON, SWANSEA STOCKBROKER. T'g's Ornate." S'sea T'phone 219 SELLER.—Port Talbot Ry Ord and Preference FRED. L. REES, STOCK AND SKAREBROKER, VAUGHAN-STREET, LLANELLY. J 1, JS*t..ffel«pbweNo, 336. 3958 HENRY J. PILLINGER & CO., LATE BETTON SAYCE, VAUGHAN, & CO., STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS, HIGH STREET, NEWPORT, MON. 1123 Telephone No.. 127. Telegrams, Pillinger, Newport." BUYERS. -100 Milford Dock Ordinary Shares £ 2000 Barry Ry Debenture, at III 20 Pontypool Gas & Water A & Stock 70 Ben Evans Pref-say lowest 50 Newport Abercarn Prefs & Ordinary 50 Star Brick and Tile Shares 2S Nicholas and Co., Newport, Shares 50 British Mutual Bank Shares, at 30s JE500 Ben Evans Debs. Prefs, and Ord 50 and 5 Searle and Herrings Ord 100 Glamorganshire Bo,nk Ord & Prefs SELLERS.—Good Trust Security, about £ 5000 £ 300 Alexandra Docli A & £ 200 B Stock 20 Rhondda Valley Brewery Prefs 100 Searle and Herring Ord Shares 20 W. A. Baker Co., Ltd., Prefs
-<8: SOUTH WALES TIDE TABLE. _+- I CARDIFF.* SWANSEA.! NEWPORT, t Dec. ————————— ———————— ————————— |Mor. Evn.j Hgt. Mor.jErn.jHgt. Mor. Evn.j Hgfc |Mor. Evn.j Hgt. Mor.jErn.jHgt. Mor. Evn.j Hgfc 6 Mi 4 48 5 14l29 0 3 53) 4 18.127 4 5 1 5 27 29 5 7 T 5 38 6 0'30 0 4 42 5 4^28 1 5 51 6 13130 5 8 W 6 21 6 42!30 10 5 26! 5 4&29 0 6 34 6 55131 3 9 T 7 0 7 19:31 3 6 4! 6 22]29 7 7 13 7 32t31 8 10 F 7 38 7 56-31 9 6 40j 7 0'30 0 7 51 8 3,32 2 11 S 8 14 8 31[31 10 7 17 7 34130 1 8 27 8 44(32 3 12 .S 8 48 9 4 31 9 7 51! 8 10 29 10 9 1 9 17|32 2 13 M 9 21 9 8131 6 8 291 8 47[29 2 9 34 9 51/31 11 "Roath Basin, tPrince of Wales Dir. tAlexandra Dk.
CARDIFF EXCHANGE. BUTE DOCKS, MONDAY. The more buoyant tone which pervaded the steam coal market at the close of the week has been well maintained to-day. There are &, goodly number of steamers to hand, and shipments are brisk. It will be quite the middle of the week, however, before any sensible relief is felt at the chief dock and railway sidings, or improvement notablo at many of the collieries. Thenceforth prices may be expected to move up in response to the big dcma-id which undoubtedly exists. As it is, quotations are firmer all round except &a regards smalls. The following were the closing prices :—First class steam coal, 10s 6d to 10s 9d; seconds, 9s 3d to 103 3d; drys, 9s 3d to 915 9d; first class Monmouthshire coal, 93 to 9s 3d second class do., 8s 9d to 9s (Cardiff shipment) first class small, 5s 6d to 6s seconds, 5s to 5s 6d inferior from 4s best house coal, 10s 9d te lis seconds, 9s 6d to 10s No. 3 Rhondda large, 103 6d to 10s 9d; through aud through, 9s to 9s 3d; small, 7s 6d to 8s; No. 2 Rhondda, large, 8s to 3" 3d through and through, 6s 6d to 7s; and small, from 41-; 6d f.o.b. Patent fuel, 9s 9d to 10s 6d. Coke, 15s to 24s, according to quality. Pitwood. about 16s 9d to 17s ex ship. Iron ore—Rubio, 14s 3d to 14s Sd and Tafna, 13s 6d to 13s 9d c.i.f. There has been a fair amount of activity in the freight market to-day with the tone weaker. The following comprise the latest operations OUTWARD BOUND STEAMEBS. Cardiff to Alexandria, 9s. Alexandria, 9s 6d. Marseilles, lOfcs. Port Said, 9s. Port Said, 9s. Algiers, 9ifcs. Gibraltar., 6s 7Jd. Port Said, 9s 9d, option Malta, 8s Gil. Lisbon, 63. I Genoa, 9s. Malta, 8s 6d.
SWANSEA EXCHANGE. SWANSEA, MODAY. The following fixtures were completed here to-aav Swansea to Belfast, 3s 9d (Premier). Rouen, 6s 3d (Hanbury). Algiers, 10-25fcs coal, ll-25fcs fuel. Batoum and Odessa, lls (rd (Corbridge). Havre, 5s 4d (Speedwell).
BALTIC REPORTS. LONDON, MONDAY. FREIGHT MAKKET.—The demand for tonnage, even prompt, is quiet, and rates have an easier tendency from the Danube and Black Sea. America quiet. India unchanged. River Plate slow. Ore inactive. FIXTURES—STEAMERS. Sulina, 10s 9d, new charter (Dunedin), 2,800 tons, prompt. Odessa to Bergen, 12s (Oswestry), 3,500 tons, prompt. Odessa to L.H.A.R., 10s 6d (Trevalgan), 3,400 tons, prompt. Galveston or New Orleans to United Kingdom or Continent, 16s, net charter (Maylands), De- cember—January. Northern Range to Cork for orders, 3s la heavy grain, 2s 9d oats (Starlight), January. GRAIN HEPOHT.—At the Baltic market for wheat ruled weak and lower to sell. For prompt Wallas 36" 6J asked, and Californians, same shipment, offered at 37s 9d. Parcels of No. 1 Northern spring, 36s 3d sellers; January-February, 36a nea.rest value. Niaize-mixe(I American steamers cid crop, 16s asked, and 15s 3d new crop. Barley stes.dj Fulah&m steamer Toultchx afloat sold at 14s 9d U.K., price Continent.
WRECKS AND CASUALTIES. [SPECIAL, TELLEGRAMS FROM LLOYD'S AGENTS. I A Colombo telegra,m states that the Cheshire reports having fallen in with the Dutch steamer Babalan on November 30, in lat. 11 N., long. 60 E., with engines broken down. The Austrian stea.mer Bathori, for the Clyde, with a general cargo, is ashore at Broausea Bay, five miles north of Port Patrick, in a dangerous position. The steamer Bingfielwhich grounded on Maplin Sands, was towed off on Sunday night by three tugs, and passed Gravesend on Monday for Millwal!. The vessel WIlf; not making water, out a bulkhead was started, and she was unable to work the engines. A Harwich telegram states that the Norwegian steamer Banes, from Hull for Valencia, grounded on Longsand on Sunday, but afterwards floated and proceeded. The German steamer Eberstein has been assisted afloat by a Svitzer steamer, and taken to Helsingborg. Divers will be employed to examine the vessel's bottom. The German barque Kathkinka, from Middles- brough for Table Bay, with a cargo of phosphate, has arrived at Spithead with loss of sails, etc., and cargo damaged. The British ship Port Patrick, before reported sunk at New York, bllofl been floated. The Swedish barque Nordstjerneu, from Suuds- wall for Palma, with wood, has been towed into Bremerhaven abandoned, waterlogged. She was beached in the harbour. The Norwegian schooner Johann Margrethe, from Dysart for Btavanger, with coals, was abandoned in a sinking condition. The crew landed at Grimsby. The ketch Piona, from Littleferry for Shields, with potatoes, has arrived at Fraserburgh leaking, and grounded at the entrance to the harbour, where she must discharge for repairs. The schooner Thomas, bound down the Clyde, in tow, was considerably damaged by collision with an inward bound steamer and beached at Greenock to prevent sinking. The All-an Line steamer Corean, from New York, has arrived at Haliiax with port bow above the main deck and cattle fittings damaged. The cattle were uninjured. The damage was occasioned through collision with a, large unknown light steamer, appa,rently for Boston. The British steamer Glenochil, before reported ashore at Delaware Breakwater, has been towed off. The Norwegian barque Zampa is outside Lisbon Bar partially dismasted.
MOVEMENTS OP LOCAL VESSELS. Boileau aryd Pormau 4th Moliere passed Gibraltrtr for Antwerp 6th Racine arvd Bordeaux 6th Activity arrd Swansea 4th Salt/wick left Glasgow for Genoa 6th Svrainby left Belfast for Philadelphia 3rd Aislaby left Havre for Cardiff 3rd Hesleden left Middlesbrough for Bilbao 4th Skidby passed Dartmouth for Bremen 4th Larpool left Bordeaux for Newport 6th Jane left St. Nazaire for Liverpool 5th Carlo arvd Ardrossan 4th Usk left Valencia for Glasgow 4th Blodwcn arvd Rotterdam from Odessa 6th Afonwen arvd Portland from London 6th Charles T. Jones left Hamburg for Cardiff 3rd Kosslyn arvd Plymouth 4th Rapid arvd Sevilie 4th Radnor left Seville for Glasgow 5th Restormel arvd Genoa 4tli Reading passed Malta 3rd Koath arvd Barry 4th Fairmead arvd Baltimore from Las Palmas 3rd luver left Newport for Rouen 4th Camrose arvd Havre Roads from Nicolaieff 4th S. W. Kelly arvd Liverpool 6th Turquoise passed Eastbourne 4th Mercedes arvd Portland 6th Gwentland arvd Bilbao 4th Aberdaro arvd Bilbao 4 th Trehcrbert arvd Plymouth 5th Gardapee arvd Newport 4th Hazel Branch left Newport News for Leith 1st Cedar Branch arvd Hamburg 1st Elm Branch arvd Sydney 3rd Laurel Branch left Melbourne for Dunlrerque 3rd Olive Branch left Coronel for Tqtiique 4th Pontypridd arvd Bilbao 5th
CARDIFF—ARRIVALS. ROATH DOCK, Dec. 4.—Trevose as, 1994. White Cross ss, 1937. Chatbum ss, 1224, Bremerhaven, light. SUverton ss, 1723. Ca-rmcn R !:8, 1297, Sarona, light. Viking ss, 75. Aquitaine ss, 979, Bilbao, iron ore. ROATH DOCK, Dec. 5.—Hart 83,830, Santander, light. Isis ss, 1581, Rotterdam, light. Cundali ss, 1554, West Hartlepool, light. Eptalofos ss, 1635. 130ATit DOCK, Dec. 6.— lona ss, 28, Entrance Channel, light. Part)tia ss, 2025, Hamburg, light. Tiverton ss, 1629, Dunkerque, light. BUTE EAST Docx, Dec. 4,-Saari, 404, Havre, bal- last. Fancy ss, 880, Bordeaux, pitwood. Rifondo, 655, Liverpool, ballast. BUTE EAST DOCK, Dec. 5.-sTra ss, 600. Gogo ss, 395, Swansea, sundries, for exportation. BUTE EAST DOCK, Dec. 6.—Swiftsure ss, 487, Ply- mouth. Dordogne ss, 538, Bordeaux, pitwood and general. Tweed ss, 514, Glasgow and Belfast, general. Mayfield ss, 1725. BUTE WEST DOCK, Dec. 5.—C. B. K. P., 56, Bidc- ford, gravel. Courier, 99, Padstow, sand. Liuvinia,, 41, Appledore, gravel. St. Docnmans so, 78, Apple- th w clove, gravel. Derby, 44, Avonmonth, peae, oate, and maize. June, 37, Bridgwater, wheat. Lark, 37, Bide- ford, gravel. Fame, 44, Appledore, gravel. Nellie Mary, 48, Appledore, gravel and scrap iron. Wans fell ss, 93, Plymouth, light. Naiu1, 121, Plymouth, gravel. BUTE WEST DOCK, Dec. 5.—Madge Ballantyne ss, 197, Boulogne & Southampton, general. Carnsew ss, 189, Havle, rope. Maid of Mona, 134, Plymouth, gravel & firebricks. Warwick, 98, Strangford, potatoes. Dawi Wyn, 49, Appledore, gravel. Bessie Gould, 48, Barnstable, gravel. Fanny, 49, Appledore, gravel. Maria McMillan, 79, Dungarvan, oats. BUTE WEST DOCK, Dec. 6.-Fitzwilliam ss, 179, Londoo, geaeral. Tom., 47, Bridgwoter, lia)at. SAILINGS. ROATH DOCK, Dec. 4.—Tarahaki, Hill, Bristol. Austra, Driesen, Trinidad. Rubio ss, Davies, St. Nazaire. Free Lance ss, Burgess, Tangier. Vega ss, Cock, Lisbon. Quickstep ss, Russel, Portsmouth. Carsten Boe, Olsen, Pernambuco. HOATR DOCR, Dec. 5.-Ramillies ss, Pengelly, Madeira. Ben Voirlich ss, Tatehell, Messina. Nord- boen ss, Olsen, Naples. Sard ss, Mason, Belfast. Edilio R gs, Arahon, Genoa. BUTE EAST DOCK, Dec. 4.-Camellia, Good, Glou- cester. Speedwell ss, Leddra, Brest. Mercutio ss, Jaco, London. Beryl ss, Walsh, Ayr. Hafursfjord ss, Meddestone, Naples. Sneyd ss, Guss, Falmouth. BUTE EAST DOCK, Dec. 5.—Independent, Cockle, Newport. Pomaron ss, Stevens, St. Nazaire. Willi, Knudeon, Barbadoes. Garonne ss, Gillies, Bordeaux. Thor ss, Care, St. Nazaire. BUTE WEST DOCK, Dec. 4.-Chanzy ss, Gnihomat, Caen. Violet, Tyrrell, Youghal. Gazelle, James, Portishead. Balthasar, Rio Grande do Sul. Voltaire as, Cartwright, Liverpool. Captain McClure ss, Gallaher, Dublin. Ans, Pecklen, Santos. Stella Maris, Gronilde, Cadiz. Francois Anna, Perrie, Philippeville. Anna, Hughes, Douglas. BUTE WEST DOCK, Dec. 5.—Werfa ss, Jones,Ronen. Staghound ss, Hudson, Greenock. Camel ss, English, London. Brothers, Markev, Gloucester. Volney ss, Rees, St. Malo. BUTE WEST DOCK, Dec. 6.-Wild Rose ss, Binding, Roads. ENTERED OUTWARDS—Dec. 6. Chantenay, Palomares ss, B, 876, L. Gueret & Co. Baltimore, Benrath ss, B, 2233, J. T. Duncan & Co. Port Said, Wm. Adarnson ss, D, 1250, M. Thompson Newport News, Carlisle City ss, B, 1894, Aitkin, Elder, Dempster & Co. Dieppe, Argus ss, B, 577, Paterson, R. & J. H. Rea St. Paul de Loando, Tiverton ss, B, 1629, Gray, H. Rees Jones & Co. Huelva, Gogo ss, D, 395, Ceaton, E. Earl & Co. Havre, Swiftsure ss, B, 486, Downie, Harrison, Moore & Harrison Bordeaux, Fancy ss, Nwv, 880, Tellefsen & Co. Civita Vecchia, Carmen R. ss, Iy, 1297, H. F. Hill & Co. Rio, Santos, &c., Parthia ss, Gcr, 2025, H. Rees Jones Genoa, Thordisa ss, B, 1482, Bell, Turnbull Bros. Marseilles, Fastnet ss, H, 1415, F. C. Strick & Co. CLEARED—Dec. 6. Port Said, Wm. Adamson ss, B, 2200 coal Chantenay, Palomares ss, B, 1750 coal Dieppe, Argas ss, B, 1100 coal Genoa, Dewsland ss, H, 2480 coal Mauritius, Sierra Lepfora, B, 2600 coal Havre, Swiftsure ss, 1060 coal Civita Vecchia, Carmen K ss, Iy, 3000 coal Genoa, Tliordisa ss, B, 2850 coal Korsoer, Bergenseren ss, Nwy, bran IMPORTS—Dec. 6. Bilbao, Aquitaine ss, iron ore, Dowlais Iron Co. Santander, Hart SS, iron ore, Dowlais Iron Co. Bordeaux, Fancy SJ, pitwood, Newport Pitwood Co. Swansea, Gogo 8S, sundries, for exportation Bordeaux, Dordogne ss, pitwood, Simkin Bros.; general, Cardiff Steamship Co. Glasgow and Belfast, Tweed ss, general, E. Taylor Bideiord, C. B. K. F., gravel, Prestage <fc Holway Padsfcow, Courier, sand, H. Scnll Apptedore, Lavinia, gravel, W. H. Chambers Appledore, St. Decumans ss, gravel. W. H. Chambers Avonmouth, Derby, peas, J. Hibbert & Son; oats and maize, Cardiff Grain Co. Bridgwater, Jane, wheat, Spillers & Bakers Bideferd, Lark, gravel, Cardiff Railway Co. Appledore, Fame, gravel, W. J. Trounce Appledore, Nellie Mary, gravel, W. H. Chambers; scrap iron, Glamorgan Canal Co. Plymouth, Naiad, gravel, H. Siicocks Boulogne 1, Southampton, Madge Ballantyne ss, general, W. J. Trounce Hayle, Carnsew ss, rope, T. W. Tonkin & R. P. Hain Plymouth, Maid of Mona, gravel,R. Mark firebricks, Lewis Merthyr Co. Strangford, Warwick, potatoes, Rd. England Appledore, Dewi Wyn, gravel, W. J. Trounce Barnstaple, Bessie Gonld, gravel, Cardiff Railway Co. Appledore, Fanny, gravel, W. H. Chambers Dungarvan, Maria McMillan, oats, W. H. Bodey London, Fitzwilliam ss, general, Matthews & Luff
general. Josephine Marie, 78, Watchet, ballast, Treleigb ss, 172, Portreath, ballast. Corrwg ss, 575, Bilbao, iron ore. Dec. 5—Llandaff ss, 242, Sheerness, ballast. Lady Havelock ss, 299, Rouen, balla.st. SAILINGS, Dec. 4,-City of Yorls SR, Baker, Bristol. Treleigh ss, Connett, I-iondou. Josephine Marie, Wilkius, Watchet. Dec. 6—LlandafE ss, Ley, Guernsey. CLEARED—Dec. 6. Guernsey, Llandail 58, B, coal IMPOIVrS-Dec. 6. Bilbao, Corrwg ss, iron ore, Briton Ferry Ironworks