FROM CITY CORRESPONDENTS. THE addition of two hundred millions to the Na- tional Debt will have a considerable effect on the price of Consols. What will be the precise amount of depreciation even experts cannot say, but it is believed that it will not be less than five per cent. Whatever may be its influence on the value of Con- sols, the scheme win undoubtedly prevent the pro- gress of converting the debt from being carried out for some years. THE verdict in the Belt case seems to have taken People by surprise. Mr. George Lewis, who was beaten by the sculptor in the famous libel case, is, Of course, jubilant. Then Mr. Belt received damages to the tune of £ 5,000. Now he is sent to prison for twelve months with hard labour. Mr. Belt hat teen quite a figure in certain social sets frequented 1Jy the quality, and ladies of rank have lionised him. lie is very well known in the higher Bohemian cir- cles. There was a good deal about the case which the public could not understand, and the verdict is now all over the town. Mr. Belt was married only a short while ago. ONE of the sights of London dear to a large class of country visitors is the departure of the road coaches from l'jcca dilly every morning in the sum- mer. But even coaching seems on the decline. The smart teams that leave town could not be kept on the road were the proprietors to depend upon the fares receive d from passengers. To each of the road coaches there are subscribers. Gentlemen fond of coachi ng give, say, i.100 a year to have the privilege of driving the coach one day a week, and liad it not been for these amateurs the road revival eould not have taken place. £ ad to say, it is not expected this yellr that there will be half so many coach es as there were a few summers ago. WHIL E painters and chisellers have closely watched the development of the Belt case, doctors, on the other hand, have had their attention centred upon the Bartlett trial. Here the opinion of spe- cialists is divided, though the consensus of belief is that the prosecution will fail. It has yet to be set- tled what the cause of Mr. Bartlett's death was, and it will have to be proved that the dose of liquid chloroform has been the cause of death. The Pal- mer case was the first wherein strychnine was em- ployed, in the famous Cotton case arsenic was the poison, in the Balham mystery antimony was sus- pected, while aconite was used by Dr. Lamson to poison the boy at the Wimbledon school. Sons astonishment has been caused in the sport- ing world by the circulation of a story to the effect that the well-known firm of Messrs. Tattersall were »bout to convert tlieir business into a limited lia- mlity company. The report, however, did not on its face, and it was speedily con- tradicted. Folk who have money to invest, would have been only too glad had it been true, for the profits are said to be worth close upon jE40,000 a The firm, which by the way consists of Mr. £ amnnd Tattersall only, have one of the rarest monopolies in the country. Mr. Tattersall, the principal, is wonderfully popular among all classes, for lie is a cou rteous debonnaire gentleman. Hunt- ing men and racing men alike would regret were he retire from the business and hand it over to the management of aboard of directors. I BAV. received an outline of the Home Rule scheme from a source which is u Bually well informed. I do not pretend to say that it is authoritative, but it probably represents the outlines of the plan which now before the Cabi net. This scheme proposes to establis.i a legislative body, consisting of a single Chamber, in VubH n. With a view to secure the protection of the minority, a system of minority re- presentation will be introduced. Ireland is to con- tinue to be represe nted in the Imperial Parliament Bot in proportion to her population, but in propor- tion to her taxation. The Irish contribution to the imperial revenue will be between two and three millions, and her proportion of members in the Im- perial 1 arJianient will he in the proportion. The Irish police are to Le placed under the control of the JJrish Government mill are to be disarmed. This plan is obv iousl; incomplete, and its guarantees will certainly not satisfy the Imperial Parliament; but it represents a part, at least, of the plan which is before the Government. Timis Queen caused quite a flutter in medical cir- cles when she consented to perform the ceremony w laying the foundation stone of the new Examina- tion Hall. The building, which is to be erected at the foot ot the Savoy, join tly by the Colleges of Physic and Surgery is to be a palatial edifice. The two institutions ,lave great wealth, and the hall is he,n- The ceremonial ought to be Hne> for the Fellows of the two colleges fLW :lr*r;ar ,n tlleir robes. State functions are l)osses»ion wll^t?* and fevr ,,atl S"*rns in their ° 7f,en the gracious message came from the MmrLhoim Jf r<^ roarers to the profession are now %lu» nlivai/ re* 'hose sported by are of crimson. The site of the hall it ia tn lw> I i° l'le west Waterloo Bridge, and not be tjurwl1!61 tllHt .tlie t'»»hle-down viaduct may There is a. 'ts on the occasion, ceremonv • «r ° 8truSS*e *or places to witness the <teed that onTv It"1"/ hilve 1)een tho applications in- members of tU /ilow3 ,lnd ce1"1'1"1 distinguished ballot. ThJ profuS9>°'1 ca" be admitted without in the mori,in„Pr0Cee,,i"S8 will take place at eleven voted to lmw t aild tI,e (,ay wil1 afterwards be de- Cenerally. a,,d bail(luet3> aud high jinks A ■MA ABBR OKD and RUSSELL, who succeeded Theatre are. e management of the Haymarket ♦ ?ut to restore the PJt which their tainment was^? a,WHy» rea,i8inS t,,at 1,i8 enter- tlie mope i,? 6'1 8Pecia"y f°r t,,e edification W* latt tho p nous classes. Mr. Bancroft, when P t ,rjnce of Wales to take possession of EffT?f.hr°Me- «'• "4 raised a wafa. tmmonriS1X seats in its place. There for tho iinmi i °us SCene when the house was opened, Sev hJ h^ ,Patr"ns of ti,e ^ama, finding that MIIFATOIIRAHVF T-8ALLER^> DENIOIWTNITED IN A MOST Mt J'0" »nd ,11 f Ie made no pretence to be more than lioiiae on a "8Ilje88> ai>d that he would conduct the T^ttorlv +1,„ ■ys 1 ,nost remunerative to himself, unsuccessful Ve"t"r(-'si°f the management have been mu!« » fnrt.1, urk Days," which would have nroTMl an iirn6 at-a t,,eatre the Princess's,"1 # J> ('m"ii'»us failure. Had there been A ? „n :ieatre' Mr. Comyns Carr's piece might fcave been lucrative; and feeling that they could dobetter with the pit than without it, Messrs. Bash- Russell, with tlie permission of the pro- prietors, will provide for the florin folk. IT is quite clear that we are at the beginning of a lie" glacial period, and we may look for learned essays on the 8ubject in the April magazines. In- idMimj; with the approach of summer, arder and col(]er and m°re un- All enterprise is arrested, work becomes jnore scarce, and out-of-door recreations are out of ,.he questiot,. 1 It is too hard to hunt, too hard to gace, too hard to course, and yet it is hardly hard or skatii.'jr Folks do not want ice in the middle o ilarch, however good it may be. There are other nngs to be thought of. Ladies still go mboutcladin velvet and fur, while their smart spring jBQWRS prepared in anticipation of the ar- >ival of seasonable days lie hidden at home. There "as a large gathering of fashionable folk at the private view of the Holnian Hunt pictures. Here, Lad the weather been fine, would the new browns • yellows and heliotropes liare been sported, as it was, lauies arrived in the attire that has worn throughout the winter, and as a fashion* able function Sphering had no quality. The shop Keepers sing uirges of deep distress, for trade is at "^•t-ill, and win remain so till the frost has twused to grip lIJe eartlu
There is no f'>"J!-dation for the report of the forth* "Itillg resuiiiptjc)n of lllauaSement by Mr. and Mrs. The friends of the lady novelist so widely and fav&uiaojy known as "Mrs. Forrester" will regret to hear t iat she is in the deepest sorrow, caused by the death of her o;]iv son. 3 I Amongst forthcoming legal changes, it is possi- lie that on the prontotiou of Sir James Hannen the position of President of the Probate and Divorce Court, so Ion? and so ably occupied by him, will be JL'ed UT Sir ileary Hawkins. JL'ed Ù" Sir ileary Hawkins.
Y GOLOFN GYMREIG. *11* PoH Gohebiaethau i'w danfon i'r Swyddfa. ADGOF UWCH ANGHOF. j Cyflwynedig i Ih. A MKS. JOSEPH COLLIEB, TONY. PANDY, ar farwolaetk ea hanwyl fereh Ellen Collier. I Coffadwriaeth y cyfiawn sydd fendigedig." Magwyd hi yn y cyloh crefyddol, a bu ei rhodiad fel Criation y fath as fydd raid i neb wrido wrth edrych yn ol arhaoeseibywyd, ond ynhytraoh bydd dartlen ei hanes yn anogaeth gref i'w befelychu gan boll grefyddwyr ieoeino ein gwlad. Bedyddiwyd hi pan oddeutu tair-ar-ddeg oed o dan weiaidogaeth y Parch. H. Bees, Jerusalem, Llwynpia, y gweinidog meddylgar a bapos ei dra- ddcdiai, y oymydog parchos a charedig a'r bugail gofalus am y oraidd ag oedd dan ei ofal. Gwein. yddwyd yr ordinhad o fedydd arai gan y Parch. W. Morris (Rhosynog) yn herwydd analluogrwydd Mr Bees ar y pryd, ac yn Jerusalem y parhaodd yn aelcd dichlysaidd hyd ddiwvdd ef gyrfa. Ond hunodd yn yr Iesu. Yr oedd ei marwolaeth hi fel gwywiad pren y bywyd yn yr ardd y pren ag eedd yn tynu fwyaf o Iylw-, pren harddaf, yr un oedd yn addaw harddwch ffrwyth a chysgod yn cael ei dori i lawr pan oedd pawb yn disgwyl oynydd a thwf! Gyda math o syndod yr ydym ya edrych yn ol ar ei thaith fer a'i bywyd gloew. Ba fyw o'r dechreuad yn agos i'r nefoedd aeth yn nes, nes at Ddnw, nes, fel Enoch, ni chatd hi; yr oedd y nefoedd yn ei datrn hi ao yn ei darlleniad a'i bad- roddiad hi. Tr oedd yn dalentog iawn, ond talent wedi ei ohwbl gysegru i waith Daw oedd. Hyn yn nnig fedr roddi rheswm am y golen ar tanbeid- rwydd a nodweddaiei bywyd. Pwy a'i clywodd yn adrodd pened neu ddernyn a fedr ei hanghofio ? Mae ei chyfeillion yn cofio yn gynhes, ac nis anghofiant byth ei gwedd nefolaidd, un DOl Snl pan adroddai y darn hWBW, "Y Dirgeledigaethau sydd eiddo'r Arglwydd," allan o weithian yr an- farwoI AUtud Glyn Maelor, nes gwefreiddio pawb o'i chwmpas. Yr oedd ei llais mor dyner-dreiddgar, mor fwyn-ogleisiol, fel y disgynai yr adroddiad ar glustiau y gynulleidfa fel xniwsig oddiar berdoneg a ohwareuid ganun o'r angylion Gwefreiddiodd yr hoH Ie—a'i y trydan ysbrydol trwy bawb i bob cwr o'r adeilad, ymwynfydan y brodyr a'r chwiorydd, teimlent iasan byw yn rhedeg drwy- ddynt, meddylient fod y net yn sibrwd yn y cyfar- fed, yr oeid yno wres a golenni Pootecostaidd- aeth yn hwyl fiaeddio fawr-Ellon yn adrodd a'r uef yn dyhidlo-yn enoinio y dorf fel yr eneinir dol gan wlith a myrr hwyrnos haf! Ie, dan ddy- lanwad yr adroddiad aeth yn orfoledd mawr. Pa beth oedd y dirgelwch P Nid un ymgais ddaeaiol i ddangos ei thalent oedd ar Ellen, ond ei gWYDeb cedd yn disgleirio fel Moses gytt, wedi bod yn y mynydd yn nghwmni Dnw. Ie. medd yr adnod hono, "Hwy a ryfeddasant, a bwy a'u badwaenent, en bed gyda'r IeID," Actau iv., 13eg. Gwelwyd effeithiau y pryd hwnw, a gwelir effeitbian y cyfar- fod yn y nefoedd. Bedyddiwyd amryw mown canlyniad i'r oedta bono Cymhellwyd hi gyda thaerineb i ymgymeryd a'r weinidegaetb, ac er iddi wrthod, gwnaeth hyny mewn ysbryd pur ao ofeidgyledd-yr oedd ganddi reswm da dros hyny—nid oedd ei iechyd yn ddigon cryf-yr oedd hi ar y pryd yn teimlo fod y gelyn wedi oymeryd meddiant o'r gwersyll, 80 yr oedd, ao ni ollyngodd hi nes i'r Darfodedigaeth dynD ei phabell wanllyd yn ddarnan oddiwrth en gilydd. Un o ffyddloniaid 8ion ydoedd a hyny yn nyddiau ei ienenctyd—yr oedd yn waatad yn brydlon yn yr holl foddion crefyddol tra y gallodd. Ond ow ar yr 28ain o Ionawr, 1886, syrthiodd dan law angan Bu farw na hunodd yn yr Iesn. Fel blodeayn purwyn yr eira—snowdrop—plygodd ei phea dan oerni Ionawr, cauodd ei llygad am byth arfyd gofidns, aeth ei tbafod hyawdl yn fud; agorwyd beddred iddi hi yn oerni y gauaf, ond mown gwir- ionedd huno yn yr Iesu wnaeth—myn'd am ieohyd tragwyddol i Wlad yr haf a wnaeth Yr oedd yn golled i ni ar ei bol. Aeth awp a BRYDFERTHWOH crefyddol oddiwrtbym pan aeth hi aeth esiampl o fuobedd dda ao ymroddiad diwyd a difrifol ymaith gyda hi, ond hyfryd oedd iddi hi orphwyso a bwrw nodded gwedi afiechyd a pboen a gwendid. Dar- fu yr oil a hi cyn eyrhaedd ei phump ar hacain oed. Cyn i amser ddwyn rhosynav Cooh ei grnddiau hi, Cyn i flwyddau o fliaderaa Byla dim o'i bri, Denodd angel par yn agherbyd Gloewaf net i'w hoi Hyd at eneddfaino y gwynfyd Dygodd hi yn ei got. Tybiem ni mai'r nef yn anig 1 Ddylasai fod ei ohartref par, Gan mor dirion—gan mor ddiddyg Ydeedd hi yn nghanol oar; GwAn y net oedd ar ei gwyneb Er fod glees o dan ei broa, Hedd a Duw oedd y tlyaineb Welid yn ei llygaid lion. O! tmeni fed y fonwent Oerllyd rhyngom ni a'r nef, A bod rhyngom ni a'r gwynfyd Ra yr hen Iorddonen gref, u Ond er dned yw y beddrod, Er mor gryf yw rha y DON, Ni atalia ni i weled Ellen yn y nefoedd Ion. Mordaith fer fu hon i Ellen, Glanio cynar ar y traeth Lie safai sereiph i ryfeddu A llawenychu pan y daeth; Syniad hyfryd—cyn cyrhaeddyd Pen ei phnmp-ar-ugain oed Syrtbiai ffrwythau Pren y Bywyd Yn gafodan wrth ei tlaroed. Of Heaven she lang-for Heaven she yearnd Till Heaven at last a home she earn'd; Until I join thee there to dwell Farewell! dear Ellen, 0 farewell. Hono DDV.
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Pontypridd Police Intelligence. WEDNESDAY.—Before Messrs. L. G. Lenox and E. John. DRUNK, &C. AT PoNTYpRiDD.—Griffith Pugh was under arrest, charged by P.C. Davies with being drunk on Tuesday evening in Taff-street. He refused to give his name.-Fined 5s. DRUNK, &C., AT TREFOREST.—James Burk, acro- bat, was charged with being drunk last night, making a noise, cursing and swearing and refusing to leave. Defendant said he was only trying to perform a few tricks to help him along the road.—Fined 5s. DRUNK AT TREALAw.-Daniel Watkins was charged by P.C. Markham with being drunk last Monday night, at twelve o'clock, and making a great distur- bance, and using bad language. He refused to go away.—Fined 5s.—There was a warrant out against defendant for six week's imprisonment for assault. DRUNK AT PONTYPRIDD.-Samuel Flowers was charged by P.C. Davies, with being drunk on Monday night last in High-street. He went away then, but saw him again at one o'clock, and he was very abusibe.—Fined 5s. TRESPASS AT LLAKTRISANT.—David Williams, Llwynpia, Daniel Rees, Portb, William Thomas Han- over, Porth, were charged with trespassing on the Great Western Railway.—George Dalby, said on Sunday 28th February, he saw defendant's between twelve and one they were standing near the box pelting the signal box with snowballs. They came towards him. He told them they were trespassing, and told them to go off the line. They refused, and he went with them to the ganger, who also told them to leave, but they refused, and went half a mile along the load. One window of the signal box was broken. —The Ganger gave similar evidence.—Williams was also charged with wilful damage to the window to the value of Is.-Rees and Hanover were fined £ 1 6s each. Williams was fined in the same amount and also Is. fine and Is. damages. HORSE AND CART UNATTENDED AT HAFOD.—Chas. Nash, Hafod, was charged with leaving his horse and cart unattended to.-P.S. Jenkins said he found the horse and cart standing outside a public-house at Pontypridd. Defendant was inside drinking.—Fined 10s. ASSAULT AT CYMMER.-Christmas Llewellyn was charged with assault.—Benjamin Rayman, landlord of the Rickard's Arms, Trebanog, said on 17th March defendant came to his house and called for a pint of beer. He would not pay for it and so he took it back and defendant struck nim on the nose, giving him a black eye.—Fined 10s and costs. DRUNKENNESS, cfec.—John Williams, Penrhiwceibr, was charged with being drunk and fighting on Sun- day week, at Navigation. The other man could not be found.—P.C. Jenkins proved the charge.—Fined 5s and costs. David Jones was charged with a breach of the peace at Navigation on the 14th inst., by fighting with a man named Rees Williams. Both were stripped to the waist. There was a erowd look- ing on.—Inspector Jones said defendant had a very bad character, and his wife was now]receiving parish relief.—Bound over, himself in £ 10 and two sureties in f5 eaeh, to keep the peace for six months, and to pay the costs. If the sureties were not forthcoming to go to prison for 3 months. THREATS AT HAFOD.—John Mainwaring was charged with threatening his wife.—Mary Main- waring, the wife, said he came home drunk and caught hold of her and said he would beat her. He cursed and swore. She went away and they had not lived together since. He had threatened to kill her about eight months before. They had been married seven years, and had three children.—P C. Llewelyn said on the 15th inst. he saw defendant and told him his wife had been complaining of his conduct. He said Has my wife been telling you anything?" Witness said" Yes; she has complained of your conduct." He then said So long as she has told you I'll go in and smash all the things." He was drunk. The next night he locked the door, put the key in his pocket and pushed her outside of the house.-Bound over and ordered to pay the costs.
House Sent Agitation in theJElioadda. — teri 1 On Monday evening, a meeting was held at the Lion Hotel Treorky, for the purpose of forming an organization to cope with the grievance which generally prevails in the neighbourhood and sur- rounding district in consequence of the exhorbitant rents which tenants have to pay for bouses. It was proposed and carried that a public meeting be shortly called to further consider the matter.
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Any Chemist sells diem in Boxes Is. ljd. and 2s. DJ. •hcU- •hcU- A TRIP TO CARDIFF FREE BEVAN & COMPANY THE CAKDIFF COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS, Ten doors from Castle Entrance, DUKE STREET, CARDIFF, Have at their various establishments over 18,000 square feet of SHOW ROOMS crammed with every description of House- hold Furniture, Fenders, Fire Irons, Cutlery, Lamps, Hardware, Dinner, Tea, and Toilet Sets, Door Mats, Mattings, Floor Cloths, Linoleums, Carpets of every description, Millpuff and Feather Beds, Spring and Mill- puff Mattresses, Iron and Wood Bedsteads (over 1,500 Bedsteads always in stock), Chests of Drawers, Wardrobes, Cheffioniers, Amcrican Organs, Harmoniums, Pianofortes, &c., &c., which their immense amount of business enables them to offer at Prices that will astound you. All Goods are Delivered FREE by Road or Carriage Paid by Rail, And in addition to this, Each Purchaser of not less than FIVE POUNDS' WORTH OF GOODS, Resident within Twenty-five miles of either of BEY AN and COMPANY'S places of business, GET THEIR TRAIN FARE PAID TO-AND-FRO. Seven Reasons Why You should purchase yout HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT BEVAN & COMPANY'S WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Furnishing Warehouses, Duke-street, Cardiff. 1.—Because they have at their various Es- tablishments over 18,000 square feet of Show Rooms, crammed with the Largesf Stock of Household Furniture, without one single exception, in Monmouthshire or South Wales. 2.-Because this immense stock gives you the large&t possible selection, and enables you to procure, at the same warehouse, every article you require for Furnishing your house, from a Tea-spoon to a Grand Pianoforte. 3.-Because BEVAN & Co.'a very large cash purchases enable them to buy much cheaper than other firms, so that they can often SELL at the same price that other traders have to GIVE for goods. 4.—Because their long experience in the trade is used for the advantage of their numerous customers, by obtaining such goods only as will give entire satisfaction. 5.—Because you will get the goods you pur- chase delivered free by road, or carriage paid by rail. 6.-Because, if it is not convenient for you to pay cash down when you buy, easy terms of payment will be arranged to suit you. 7.— Because, not only will you get thoroughly good articles, at lowest possible prices, delivered free, but if you buy Five Pounds' Worth of Goods, and reside within 25 miles of either of BEVAN & Co.'s Estab- lishments, they will PAY YOUR TRAIN FARE TO-AND-FRO. A TRIP TO CARDIFF FREE HAVE YQU SEEN The SPLESDID THIRTY-GUINEA PIANOFORTE With Iron Frame, brass rest plank, full compass, full trichord, three pedals, trusses and plinth, in handsome Walnut Cases; usually sold at about Forty-five Guineas P Each of these beautiful instruments WARRANTED for 5 YEARS! Commoner Pianofortes, in Walnut Cases, from X12 10s. HARMONIUMS CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN SOUTH WALES. Iron Bedsteads, 4/6 Paliasses, 6/6; Largest sized Braes Foot Bedsteads, 42/ Ward- robes, with plate glass doors, 45/ hand- somely upholstered Figured Velvet Drawing- Room Suites, consisting of Couch, Two ea.ey chairs, and six small chairs, all spring seated, finished with gold cord and gold braid, ONLY £ 6 10s. These suites are often Sold by other firms AT OVER DOUBLE THE PRICE! Marble Top Inlaid Walnut Sideboards, with Silvered Plate Glass back and doors, X3 10s; Solid Mahogany Loo Tables, 16/11; real Rosewood Timepieces, warranted good, 2/6 Chests of Drawers, 17/6 the Guinea Easy Chair, at Half-price, 10/6. All other goods equally cheap. Then Buy your Furniture of Bevan & Company THE CARDIFF FURNISHERS, Ten doors from Castle Entrance, 21, DUKE STMET, GAWF. O MY HEAD MY HEAD Why should people sutTer when Hughes's Blood Pills at once remove the pains. They act directly upon the liver and stomach and nerves, so that head. aches of all kinds at once give way to them. One of the greateatblessingsever came to tfarf-fajpowledge of human beings. Sold everywhere at Is. lid., 2s. 9d., and 4s. 6d. Ask your chemist for them. DAVID ØULIJ, I Grocer and Profisian Dealir AND GENERAL OBAFEB, KILL STREET, PONTYPRIDD Prime Welsh Butters, and Best Home Cmd Bun iinyi ti stock. MILLINERY. DRESS & MANTLE IlIIIG BY EXPERIENCED HANOI DONB ON THE PREMISES. Tailoring in all its Branches by Practical and Thorough Experiencea Hands WENT for Messrs. OUBTIB t HABvBrs CELEBRATED BLASTING POWDEBl A SPLENDID SHOW OF Confectionery, Chocolate, Biscuits, JLJJ AND FANCY GOODS AT J. COOMBES, Market Street, Pontypridd. TRY OUR CAKE, IT IS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST. R. RICHARDS, THE PONTYPRIDD READY-MONEY GROCER, Begs to take this opportunity to thank his numerous customers for their liberal support the past, he also hopes that by paying the same attention to business as he has hitherto done, and by his style of business, viz.: I SMALL PROFITS AND QUICK RETURNS, To still merit a very large share of tb" public patronage. R.R. begs to call attention to his STOCK OF WILTSHIRE SMOKED BACON AND HAMS fVery Mild ] SMALL LIMERICK HAMS 6ld. PER LB. Suitable for Picnics and small familfe* Pale White BREAKFAST BACON (Well Cored.) Eqnal to Home Pelt FINEST ENGLISH LARD IN BLADDERS Sid PER LB. -CAERPHILLY CHEESE, FRESH WEEXL Y, (FINEST QUALITY.) FINEST NEW MILD AMERICAN CHEESE AT REDUCED PRICES. AlljGoods delivered Free. A call is respectfully solicited. 48, TAFF STREET, PONTYPRIDD —; DAVID THOMAS, The Ready-Money Grocer, HIGH STREET, PONTYPRIDD, "'ff -> -.t. í. 1 Is Selling Excellent Flour at 2s. per score, D. T.BODl:AS. Opposite Court House. h X\ x V V, x ■ I •:<" <.x 4 c V • V 1 The Chronicle is the Best Advertising Medium in the District. I ;— ——— ————— Printed and Published by B. Davies, 23 and 24, Mill-street,;Pontypridd, in the County 1 [of Glamorgan, Friday, March 26th, 18b6. I