THE Beoddi "Royal Engineer" Fraud. A COOL SHOEMAKER. COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. A.t tk« Footjpridd police-oonrt en Wednesday, Mm j Sogers DM brought ip OB raaand for falsely repreeentiag himself to he of the Royal tBgiBNn, and obtaining food and lodgings. Pri- roster was this time armed with writing Materials. -Ann Jaakina, wife of John Jeakias, carpenter, isid on the 15th instant defendant come to her fconae at Taynybwl at 12 o'clock at Boon. He said lw wanted respectable Icdgiaga for six men of the Itoyal Engineers, who were going to survey the land. Asked her if the oeald make room for them and ahe replied that ahe coald. Be aaked to see tile hoaae and said it would suit him splendid if sbe eoald get the plaoe ready for them by to-morrew (Tuesday). She said she conld but she mnst have more things. Asked him what it was beat to do to get the things that evening or wait till next morn- ing. He said ahe would have Be time in the morn- ing AS the wen would be there by BOOB, SO she had lietter get them that evening. She gave him a cup of tea. She toasted buna for him. He said the captain would pay for everything. He had three teas on the Monday. The first which she gave him was at 1 o'clock, the second aboet half past four. Ze asked fer the second tea and he had bread and vhgeoo and butter. He had not been out of the boom between the first tea and the second. He had ne luggage, only a walking stick. She was at Pontypridd whea he had the third tea. The girl gave it him. Prisoner accompanied her husband to meet her on her retarn from Pontypridd and they returned together to the bouse. She bought i table, four chairs, a carpet, knives and forks, and tumblers. He slept there that night. On Tuesday morning he asked for ham and eggs for breakfast. 81M went out to purchase some. Got ham but conld not get the eggs. He had bread and ham and tea for his breakfast. Afterwards he said he -would ge npstairs and pat his shirt and collar oa. He went npstairs and remained there about ten minutes. Abont half-past ten he left the house saying he was going for a walk, and told her to get the things ready. On the following Thursday she missed her husband's waistcoat. She did not see iim afterwards until she saw him in the court last Wednesday. The waistcoat was in the bedroom in which prisoner slept. That produced by Sergeant lilewelyn is the one she miewd. When he told her he bele figed to the Boyal Engineeis and that the captain would pay the believed him, and it was be- cause of that she furnished him with food and lodging. The value of the food was So.-By Mr 43tockwood Neither the captain er men turned up. -By the Brnch She believed he was himself one of the Engineers. He told her so. Prisoner: Who was there when I came. Witness A lodger; Joe Stanley. Prisoner Ton swear you showed me the whole k«w. Witness: Tee. Prisoner: Can yon swear you showed me the abop- Witness: Yes. Prisoner: Severnber yoa are on your oath. Too say yon showed me the whole house did you ahow me upetairs ? Witness: Yes, whftlloa went to bed. You are a wioked man yon are. Prisoner: What did you say to me on Tuesday morning. Witness: I asked you how yon slept. Prisoner: Did I ssk you to get me breakfast. Witaeor: Yes. You asked me for ham and Did I show yoa aay paper ? Witaeea No you did not. Prisoner Yoa had nothing but my word that I belonged to the Engineers. Witness: No, bat 1 believed yoa. Prisoner •. Will jonr Worship take the case of the waistcoat separately ? The Stipendiary Yes, they mast be separate oases. Prisoner What is the valoa of the food and lodgings ? Witness: Five shillings. Prisoner: What proof have you of my having had a sneal while you were at Pontypridd. Witness: The girl told me so. A.S. James Llewelyn said from information re- ceived he arrested prisoner about nine o'olook on the 22nd metant, on the Pentypridd platform. He had jaat gone into the Bhoadda train. Took him to the station and oharged him with obtaining food sad lodgirgs from John Jenkins, earpenter, Yaysybwl, on Monday, Mareh 15th, to the value of 6a. Also with stealing a waistcoat, value 12s 6d, from a bedroom in John Jenkins, house. He said c. All light" Foand the waistcoat produced upon him. Ha was wearing it at the time. Prisoner Where did you get the information from ? A .8. UGWOIYU I Mrs Jenkins gave me the infor- mation. Prisoner: Will yen swear you did not say Tonyr- •fail ? A.S. Llewelyn Idid not. Prisoner: Who pointed me out to you ? SlIpt. Matthews We object to that question. rtinoiner Will you swear you did not say the value of tt e waistooat was 101.. A.S. Llewelya No, I said 12s. Mr SU ckwood: 18 anything kaowa of prisoaer. Superintendent Matthews: Too. He lives at Hafod aid is a shoemaker. He has lived there aboot 10 months. He has a wife aDd two child;*n. P.C. Davies said he knew defendant and had known him for the last ten months. He has been living at No. 8 Morgan Terrace, Britannia, and is a ahoemaker. By the Bench Have never known hipf eje ployed as an engilneer or Surveyor. He was working with man named Davies, in Bannab Street, Perth. Be has a wife and two children. He has also been working for Cash and Co., Porth. Prisoner D. you know anything of my personal oharaoter. Witness; I know nothing against yoa before thk. A Second case was taken. Sarah, wife of Biehsid Bowoott, saddler, living with her father at the Crown Inn, Llantwit Yardre, said on Saturday afternoon, March 13th, pHgontr Mm. to the Inn. e aid he was Sent by the Sergeant Major to look for accommodation for him and six Engineers. He aaid he was himself a member of the Boyal Bp-. He wanted a sitting reom aad bedroom for the Sergeant Major. She srid she had plenty of room. She showed him the sitting-room and .w bedroom. He said they would do. She asked when they were coming and he replied on Monday. The Sergeant Major was to pay for all, 15a a week for the Sergeant Major, and 51 each for the men. This was for the lodging. She agreed to the terms. He said they would remain from nine to twelve too* tbs. ne aaked for something to eat and 8he Sot hieo sows with bacon aad eggs and bread. tSa Monday morning be left. He had had six Taftle at Is each meal, and Is a n;ght for the Agings. It was in oonseqaenoe of what he told her that she supplied him. On leaving on Monday Ma&id he vras I to telegraph to Whitland to **»• Sergeant Major. i*riao»er Aw landlady of the Crown. Witaeu I manage my father's business. Pciaeaer: Whose I did you supply. 1 Witaeaa: My father's. J?n*)ner; Did I show you any papers, Ifo. Priaon«-. £ jd I yoa for food Wneti I came ù. Witneas: Yea. Prisonftr: Dy X WJ anything about payment. WiteM: Yes You said the Sergeant Major would pay tnr all A.S. J farelyn said this morning he charged piisoser with this offence. He leplied. "I had only one -e%V, Prisoner: will you swear you did not this morning charge me with obtainirg food and lodgings of Mrs Bowcott. Witness No, I told you Ricbatd Peace. Flitwser: Wbotele the paper you read the charge frtn ? Y"a have got it in yo., pocket. Come, out with it aad let me see. Witness: I told you Pearce. I have no paper. A third case from Tonyrefail was then takes.- Floreace Evans, wite of George Brans, carpenter, said last Saturday week prisoaer came to her aouse between 3 and 4. She keeps a Coffee Tavern. He said I have come to see if yen have aecommodatioB for 6 men. She asked what men, and he add surveyors. She asked what surveyors; are they sappers and miaers ? He replied yes. He said they came from Pembroke Dock. She was pleased at hearing that, and called her husbaad saying Here's a gentleman f.'018 Pembroke Dock; he waats accommodation for six men." He said II I am eerparal, and there are four men besides, and the sergeant-major." Her husband told her to give him some food he had tea. He also had supper. He asked about a suitable bedroom for the sergeant-major, and she went to a friend and secured a bed for him. He told her she would have the Government grant for food, lodging, &c. She was to be paid every fortnight, bs a week for each man. Before that he asked her what she would charge, and she told him she did not knew and requested him to name a sum. He replied I don't generally tell that, but I am allowed 6s a week for each man's lodging, and 15s for the sergeant-major. Asked him why he had not his regimentals on. He replied "lam privileged, being a corporal, and the sergeant-major is engaged to my sister." He left em Sunday evening. She valued his board and lodgings at 108 altogether. He said on leaving he was going as far as the charoh and would be back directly. Prisoner: Did I offer you any money. Witness: You did not offer me any money, but you offered me a cheque. You said you had no money, but I can give you a cheque for the first fortnight. Prisoner: Don't you think your oharges ex- cessive. Witness: No, I don't, for you had my best bed- room. Prisoner: Did I tell you Government was going to pay P Witness: You said there would be a sack of flour, a sack of potatoes, 81bs of beef, per man per day. (Laughter.) A.S. Llewelyn proved arresting the prisoner, and charged bim with this offcnce. He made no answer. Prisoner said to the Stipendiary: It's my private opinion that there is not a tittle of evi- dence to prove the oharge; it is a case for the county-court. The Stipendiary told him be had clearly used false piatences.-Prisoiner I am not guilty, and I reserve my defence. When will the Sessions be ? Stipendiary: A week to-day.— Committed on all the charges, including stealing the waistooat, fortrial eLt the Quarter sessions.
The Rhondda Collier; Enginemei's Dispite. AN IMPORTANT MEETING. A well-attended meeting of the colliery enginemen and stokers of the Rhondda and Ogmore districts was held on Wednesday evening, at the Windsor Castle Hotel, Ton-Ystrad, to consider the step to be taken in regard to the notices to terminate contracts. It will be remembered that, the employers having given notices ef a reduetien of 21 per eent., the men objected and gave notices to terminate contracts un- less the employera withdraw the 2! per cent. redac- tion, and further, a 2, per cent. not granted at the proper time was now claimed by the men. These notices expired on Wednesday night, and, no settle- ment oaring been arrived at, the question was what should be done.—After discussing the matter carefully the meeting decided to offer to go on from day to day pending a settlement. Each delegate was to tase this offer to the colliery he represented, and upon the acceptance of it depends the question of stoppage or otherwise of a large number of collieriea. It is stated that pits outside the Coalowners' Associ- ation are affected by the dispute, some of them pay- ing even lower wagea than the asaeeiated employers. Tne Ocean Company's collieriea, however, are not affected by it. We understand that, among employers who accede to the men's suggested "day to day" COB- tract are tbe owners of Pentre, Gelli, Tynybedw, and Mardy collieries, represented by Mr W. Thomas, Brynawel.
The Rhondda Engineering Dispute. STOPPAGE AT TYLORSTOWN. 800 MEN IDLE. At Tylorstown Colliery, the employers refused the enginemen's offer of a day to day contract, aad the result ia, the pit ia atopped to-day (Thursday) and 800 men are idle. At Llwynpia, the men's offer has been accepted, and the pita are kept going. Sir W. T. Lewis and Mr Martin, Dowlais, went to Cardiff on Thursday morning to sea Mr Dalziel, and try to arrange matters. The employers say that even after the proposed reduction, the average wages of the enginemen would be £6 118 3d per month.
Pontypridd Low Board Election. The voting papers were collected on Wednesday, and the countiag took place at the Local Board Offices on Thursday. In the Graig Ward the result was as follows:- W. Y. Rees 225 Jabez Evans 184 Majority for Rocs 41 In the Town Ward:- D. Rowlands 363 C. Bassett 249 Majority for Rowlands.. 114 In Treforest Ward, the Rev. D. W. Williams was returned unopposed.—Mr Crawshay was disqualified through non-residence. In the Rhondda Ward, Mr Benjamin Jones was re- turned unopposed, Mr D. Morgan not seeking re- election.
Alleged Murder at Aberdare. LAMENTABLE RESULT OF A QUARREL. On Wednesday, a quatrel wkioh resulted in the death of one of the disputants took place at Aber- dare. It appeals that Elizabeth Walsh, a widow, aged about 35, had a quarrel with a sister with whom she resided. Elizabeth Jordan, a neighbour, ventured to interfere, whereupon Walsh took up a quart jug which was on the table and straok the woman Jordan on the left arm,, inflicting two severe cats, one of which severed the main artery. There was, of coarse, a copious flow of blood, when Dr. Bees and Dr. Moller attended to sew up the wounds the poor injured woman was in a state of great physical exhaustion, the low of blood being so great that she gradually sank, and died in the course of a few hoars. At the Merthyr police court on Wednesday Elizabeth Walsh was remanded charged with the wilful murder of Elizabeth Jordan, at Aberdare, on the proviOS4 day. The evidence of Inspector Thorney, who apprehended the prisoner having been given, she was adjourned to the Aberdare police court on Tuesday next.
SAF^-GUABDS FOB HKALTH-Sanitary importance Washing at Home. This can be done with eaae and economy and the olothes made beautifully sweet, wholesome, lily-white, and fresh as sea breezes, by nsing Hudson's Extract of Soap, avoiding all risk of contagion with infected clothes at Laundries, or where the washing is pat out. No fraying of the olothes as hard rubbing, scrubbing, brushing, or straining is unneossary. No rotting of the olothes as when bleaching chemicals are used. The Dirt slips away, and wear aad tear, Iabour and fnel are saved. Hudson's Extract of Soap is a pure Dry Soap, in fine powder, rapidly soluble, lathers freely, softens water. A perfect Hard-water Soap. a Cold-water Soap, a (Soft-water Scap, a Hot-water Soap. Unrivalled as a purifying agent. Sold Everywhere, in Packets, One Penny and upwards.
Pontypridd Bankruptcy Court. Re WILLIAM THOMAS EVANS, GBOCBB, or 28, TAFF STRBET, POXTTPKIDD agaia came up for examination on Tuesday, before Mr E. C. Spiekctt, registrar. The debtor whose petition was filed on February 5th, attributed his failurq to depression in trade and bad debts. The liabilities were to creditors unsecured J6344 2a. 6d. < the assets were, cash in hand £80 leaving a deficiency of £ 264 2s. 6d. Mr Daniel, the Official Beceiver, reported that the debtor had 80 money of his own when he started business in 1883 but had borrowed 2130 from his mether. The debtor at his first examination stated that he had kept a day book and a ledger. He sold his business on January 11th to his brother-in-law, W. J. Flower, Caatan. Cardiff, for £153. The debtor, who now resides in Morgan-street, Poaty- pridd, aaid in reply te Mr. Daniel that he gave up his business in Taff-street in the early part of Janaary. He wished to make no alteration or correction in bis private preliminary examination, or sworn statement of affairs. He believed be had included all his oreditors in his statement. Mr. Daniel pointed out that he had not included Messrs Gibbons, Sinnock and Co., Mr Hopkin Morgan, or the balance due to his banker's in his statement. Those added together would make the deficiency over J6100 more than it now appeared. The debtor snid he had to hunt up all his invoices to prepare his statement as he had no ledger. The invoices were with his solicitor in Cardiff. He aooounted for the omission of oreditor's from his statement by conjecture that he must have dropped their invoioes. Upon the application of Mr Daniel, an order was made for the debtor to produoe an amended ftnan- cial statement of the case. Adjourned for a week. Re GEO. MORGAN, BUILDEB, GBLLIWASTAD BOAD, POXTYPRIDB.—In the adjourned oase of George Morgan, builder, Gelliwastad-road, tbe debtor, his wife, and his brother-in-law (George Martin) were examined as to certain houses claimed by the two last mentioned. Mrs Morgan now stated that she had no money at the outset when it was decided to erect the premises. Her biother-in-law supplied the capital from his savings to build the houses to the joists, and the other mocey had been borrowed. The debtor was represented by Mr RilYI (Morgan and Rhys); Mr Montague Giover (Grover and Grower) appeared for three creditors. The Regis- trar declared the public examination closed. Re HABBIET THOMAS, MILLINBB, YSTRAD—Mr BbYI appeared for the debtor, Ir Male and Mr W. R. Davies for the creditors. The debtor had car- ried on business 18 months, and bad previously re- aided at Cardiff. The furniture in her house be- longed to a Mr Coopfcr, k er couain, who was her assistant. She had saved from her earnings the money with which she started. She was a certifi- cated hospital nurse and had credentials from G ay's Hospital. The oase was adjourned for a week for the production ot certain documents..
^Conxa, lv. N; • .W.AROAE TEE JOINTS — COtt4 A.-tl UUXIOM PI-ASTOM are The ONLY remedy. They differ from all plasters, aim-Ida or compositions ever invented. By inatantly soften in* the callous surrounding the pain goes at once. the corf soon following. Bunions and enlarged too joints r quire more time for perfect care, but the Action -0 certain. Boxen. Sold by Chemists, dc. everywhere GREAT BODILY, NEKVE, MENTAL, AND Diovs-rivit STRENGTH follows the use of PEPPER'S QUINIXK ASH IRON TONIC. By infusing new life into the NERVES enriching the blood, and strengthening the lmiHcnUr aysteni, symptoms of weakness disappear, appetite up- turns, fatigue ceases, and recruited health result' Insist on having Pepper's Tonic. It can be obtain' in 29 6d. bottles. Sold everywhere. It costs ..bolt Ijd. each dose. TARAXACUM AND PODOPHTLLTN.—A liver jneill- eine without merenry, is a mixture of juices of t1'. mandrake and dandelicn plants, good for hoad¡¡d;I", torpidity, costiveness, flatulence, heartburn, ii.di tui- tion, biliousness, reprgnanoe to food, general diooi* fort, depression, &0. Pepper's Taraxacum I'n,1 Podophyllin, by stimulating the liver with a J gentle action on the stomach, is the safest, most re- iable medicine. Bottles 2s. 9d. Sold everywhere. Insist on having Pepper's. To DABKKN GBBT B Ali&. -Loex yit it's SUI.PJTL'K BAlD RESTORES produces a perfectly natural shade i;> a few days. No hair restorer offered is etlual tc Lockyer's, Sulphur for its beautifying, cleansing act- tion on the hair, causing it always to grow. Large bottles, a. 6d. Sold everywhere. To CURB SIIN DWZASZS.-SuLruowNx LOTION will completely remove all eruptions, pimples, rcdnos! blotches, scurf, eczema, psoriasis, die. in a few day? Siilpholine attacks old skin disorders, and totally do- stroys rn in. it is a peculiar, agreeable, harmless fluid, producing a clear skin. Sulpholine Lotion it- sold by Chentists. Bottles^ 2s. 9d. DKADKBSS, NOISBS IN THK EABS, &C.—DKI.LAH' ESSENCE Foa DEAFNESSES still the only remedy of any real worth. Its power of clearing the air passagei and often relieving old cases has been proved dtiritig quarter of a century. Applied on cotton wool Bottles, Is. lid. Sold everywhere. A DELIGHTFUL FLATOUB.CRACROFT'$ AKKC.1- NUT TOOTH PASTE.—By using this delicious Aromati? Dentifrice, the enamel of the teeth becomes white. sound, and polished like ivory. It is exceedingly fragrant, and specially used for removing incrustations of tartar on neglected teeth. Sold by all Chemist* Pots. Is. and 2s. each. Get Cracroft's. LIYEB COMPLAINT. Three-fourths of our I functional derangements are caused by interruption of the liver's action. A few done a of Dr. King's Dau. delion and Quinine Liver Pills, without mercury, arl) a potent remedy. They perform all the benefits of mercury, without any of ita disadvantages ana dangers. Dr. King's Pills remove all liver and stomach complaints, biliousness, headache, sickness, shoulder pains, heartburn, indigestion, constipation, so ensuring perfect health. These old-fashioned Pills still keep ahead of all others as the great liver remedy. Sold everywhere, DR. KING'S LIVSB PILLS, containing dandelion and quinine, without mercury, are far above all others as the surest, mildest means of removing indigestion, biliousness, headache, dyspepsia, obstructions and irregularities of the liver and stomach, so ensuring perfect health. Dr. King's Pills are sold everywhere. To STOP COtJOHiNO, a few doses of PEPP::B'S WTATB COOGH MIXTURE arrests the most troublesome fit of coughing, restoring relief and tranquility to the irritated membranes and air-passages. Soothing, comforting, and demulcent, its action is quite different from ordmary Cough Remedies. Bottles Soli everywhere. _————————— rAmM AH* STOMACH rmw.-D& .&Dr." DAWBB- uow AND Qunnn LIna PiLLiL-Then flameus Pilla ie aot t»ii» even a trace of Merenry, or any of tbe maay dbta> moua lapadienti frequently found in advertised Pills. Vhis (act continues to keep Dr. King's renowned discover te front of all Pilla whatsoever, aa the aafest. best, speediest, most certain and effectual remedy for disorders of the Livet ■ed Stomach, whether in the form of Biliousneaa, Constipa- tion Indigestion, Flatulence, Acidity, Headaehe, Shoulder Pains, Feverish Restlessness ef the whole lyvtem, BisimeliaAr tion for Food, air Dyspeptic symptom generally. JTbc Dandelion Extract contained ia Dr. King't Pills, by its well known action on the Liver (the most im- portant gland in the whole frame), eauaes tho bodily seer» Sons to flow in a regular manner, aad conjointly with th« tonic ingredients, greatly invigorates, ac maintaining thi Kt portals of the aystem ta the It oradMca t £ aawni «< £ th. Any Oh—Ut sails tfeaes ta fteatt lfc 1H. at a H 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, American Organs, Harmoniums, Pianofortes, &c., &c., which their immense amount of business enables them to offer at Prices that will astound you. ill GHds are Delirered 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-fire miles of either of BEVAN and COMPANY'S places of business, GET THEIR TRAIN FARE PAID TO-AMD-FRO. Seven Reasons Why You should purchase youi HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT BEVAN & COMPANY'S WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Furnishing Warehouses, Duke-street, Cardiff. I.-Bece,use 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 largest possible selection, and enables yon 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.'s very large cash purchases enable them to buy much cheaper than other firms, so that they call 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- ohaso delivered free by road, or carnage 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 YOU SEEN The SPLENDID THIRTY-GUIEL PIDOFORTE With Iron Frame, brass iest plank, full compass, full trichord, three pedals, trusses and plinth, in handsome Walnut Cases; usually sold at about Forty-five Guineas ? Each of these beautiful instruments WARRANTED for 5 YEARS! Commoner Pianofortes, in Walnut Cases, from R-12 10s. HARMONIUMS CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN SOUTH WALES. Iron Bedsteads, 4/6 Palissses, 6/6; Largest sized Brass Foot Bedsteads, 42/ Ward- robes, with plate glass doors, 45/ hand- somely upholstered Figured Velvet Drawing- Room Suites, consisting of Couch, Two eaay 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, P,3 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 STREET, CARDIFF. 1 0 MT ILI ZAD MY HEAD Why should people Buffer wheD Hughes's Blood Pills at once remove the pains. They act directly upon the hver and stomach and nerves, BO that head- aches of all kinds at once gire way to them. One ot theizreateat blessings ever came to the knowledge ot human beings. Sold everywhere at 1«. 2s. 9d., and 4B. 6d. Ask your chemist fer thea. DAVID OOLS, Grocir aid PrtiiiiM Dealer AND eBKBRAL DKAPKS, tfILL STREET, PONTYPBIDD PM 110 hft ed ft im Cffd ho AIM la NA MILLINERY. NO t DftLIIIIII8 BTIXPKBIHCED HAIR BO— eg TBI PBWMIWH Tailoring in all its Branches by Practical and Thtnmgh JxperitnoM Hands 40ENT for MUBt. 0VBTI8 J-BABTXTa OK-MBBATBBBUSTING Pow vRiL. A SPLENDID SHOW OF confectionery, Chocolate, Biscuits, AND FANCY GOODS AT J. OOOMBES, 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 ift 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.: IKÅLL PROFITS AND QUICK BUTTONS, To still merit a very large share of thee public patronage. R.R. begs to call attention to his STOCK OF WILTSHIRE. SMOKED BACON AND HAMS [Very Mild.] SMALL LIMERICK HAMS 6Jd. PER LB. Suitable for Picnics and small families*. Pale White BREAKFAST BACON (fell Gored.) Eqnal to Home Fed. FINEST ENGLISH LARD IN BLADDERS 5id PER LB. —CAERPHILLY CHEESE, FRESH WEEKLY,— (FINEST QUALITY.) FINEST NEW MILD AMERICAN CHEESE AT REDUCBD PRICES. All'Goods delivered Free. A call it respectfully solicited. 48, TAFF STREET, PONTYPRIDD. DAVID THOMAS, The Ready-Money Grocer, HIGH STREET, PONTYPRIDD, Is Selling Excellent Flour at 2s. per score.. D. Opposite Court House. ik X\ 'C '4 Oo 4 O ,,O0,4 Ot> 'T °.A V V The Chronicle is the Best Advertising Medium in the District. ittated and PohHahed by B. Davies, 23 and 24, Mill-atreotlPostypridd, ia the Coanty of Glamorgan, Friday, April 2 th, 18b6. "¡'" .f
Tie Power to Commit for Contempt of Court. NOTICE OF MOTION BY MR. A. THOMAS, M.P. Mr Alfred Thomas, M.P., (East Glamor. gan) has given notice of motion in the House of Commons That in the opinion of this House the power now exercised by Judges of the Court of Record and other persons exercising judicial functrocs to commit for contempt of court, involving possible imprisonment for life, is one which ought to be restricted in the House of Commons. [This notice is the natural outcome of the inqdiry set on foot by Mr Thomas with respect to the Bhondda Valley woman now incarcerated in Cardiff gaol for contempt of court.