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EXCURSIONS. P. AND A. CAMPBELL (LIMITED). SAJLING3 from CAEDIF F and PENARTS (Wind. weaSuiar, Jt circuWtt$Lnc#a jr>ermjttin5rV. LEAVE CARDIFT?. I SHEAVE WESTON. Tues., ^0—12.30, 2.45. 5.0 pm *12.10, 1.50. 3.30, 7.0 pm 5.0. 7.0 1.40. 3.50, 6.0. 7.40, 7.50 pm itm. 2.25. 4.35, 6.35, 3.0 3.45, 5.45. 7.46 m 3.20. 3.40 pm Fr., 6i-9.30 4.30, 6.30 t i-15, 5.2.0, 2.30 pm :â..3-0-3.45. 4.3t. 3.30, 3.33J 3-50 am, 5.30, 7.20, 9.20pm LKAVE CARDIFF. IEAVE CLEVEDCN. Wed., 27—2.15 pm 7.1) ml 1 hum. 2:—e 3.0, a415 pm I 3.10 ,Iolll. _7_P?- LBAVB CAB3>TFF. f LSAVE BRISTOL. Thurs., 28-f 3,0. a4.15 pm 7.0 pm L3AVS CARDIFF. LEAVE illNEHEAD. !!1" 26—2.0 pm ) 5.0 pm :.|TG CARPTFF! T^EATETILFSACOMBE. Tiur- 2?—*9 15 3m 2.0 pm F7: aim 13.0 pm S.it.>tlC15 m 3.30 pm Cal!in? off LYNMOUTH except trips shown t CHEAP BQUTE to DEVON and. CORNWALL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th. METE HE AD, AFTERNOON TRIP.—Cardiff 2.0 pm, Minehead 6.0 DID Far-.2a. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27th. cr>YEDOX and CREPSTOW. Weston.— AFTbROO TRIP.— Cardiff 2.15 nm. Chep- stow 6.0 pm. Clevedon 7.0. Fares-Clevedon 18 6d. Chep^'ow 2s. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2Sth. WESTON (Special Trip).—Cardiff *7.45 am, "West-cn 8.3D am. CLE V -DON and BRISTOL, via, Weston.— AFTERNOON TRIP.—CardiS? 3.0 pm. Bristol 7.0, Cievedoa 7.50. Bristol 23. CLEVEDON and BitlSTOL.—*EV ENING TRIP. —Cardiff 3.4.15 pm. Bristol 7.0, Clewdon 7.50. Fr_1:r place; la 6d. •Does not call at Penart-h. b Simrle only. f Via. W-'aton. a- Pen.arth 25 min-utes earlier. THROUGH TICKETS are issued! from all TAPF VALE and fc.rlY MNEY stat ions to WESTON. ILFRACCMBE, 4c. When Booking aok for Tickets by CAMPBELL'S WEITH FeNNEL BOATa. For Farther Particulars apply W. Gay. 70a, Bute-street. Cardiff. Telephone. 211. 43669 rlED i'U.N £ L LINE. BARilY AND BRISTOL CHANNEL STEAMSHIP COMPANY. SAILINGS by li'A a r TV," DKVGNiA." and WESTONIA." From CARDIFF and PENABTH. LEAVE CARDIFF. | US AVE WESTON. 12.25, 2.45, 4.45, 6.50 pm 5.0, 7.0 1 7.25 am, 3.5, 5.45. 7.50 pm Thurs 2S—9.0. 3.30, 5.20, 7.30 *2.15, 4.15, 6.15, 8.15 pm Fri., 2#-}.40 am, 4 :5. 6.30 *3.0, 5.C. 7.15 pm Sat., iO—*9.0 4.20, 6.46 *9.45 aau, 5.10. 3.30 pm- LEAVE CARDIFF. I-LEAV ILFEACOiUJE. Wed., 27—H9.35 am t4.15 pm T:ur:5., 23—89.35 am t4.15 ;m Fri., 29-9.30 am 4.15 pm. Sat., 30—9.30 am j 4.15 pm Callin6 oIJ Lynmoati1 &. jind fro. •Does not call a; Penai-th. R Froin River- side Station, via. Barry Pier. T Cardiff PaB. severs entrain at Barry Pier. § Penarth 4Q minutes saraer. THKOLGxI BOOKINGS from Stations on the VALE and RHYMNEY RAILWAYS to WEST ON, ILFR AC GMBE, Jt o. 10s. Coupon Books < n sale, enabling holder to have 2C. worth of trips. For Furtaer Particulars apply Company's Cffice. Merchants' Excnauge, Pier-head, Car. diff. BARKY RAILWAY < £ BARRY AND BRISTOL CHANNEL STEAilailiP CO. DAILY SERVICE Between CARDIFF. LYNMOLTH. AND ILFRACOMBE. Shortest and Moot Comfortable Route.) An Express Boat Train leves. Cardiff (Riv.er- aide Station) Daily (Sundays escepted) a." 9.35 Runs Direct to Barry Pier. Steamer leaves Pier at 10.1.J a.m. on arrival of Soat Express. The Train runs alongside Steamer, and Lab-e.led luggage is transferred r ree of Charge. SWamer leave. Ilfraccmbe. Septcaioer 21 to 30 4.15 pm. Lyrunouth 35 minutes later. An. Express Boat Train awaits arriva' of Steamer at Barry Pier and ECllS Direct to Caidiff Riverside). The Through Tickets (Pail and Bo,. obtained SZ Riverside are the sa.me price as thoøe issued from Cardiff Pier-head. A Train also leaves Bridgend at a.3D a..m., Porfn and P0ntypridd 8.47 a.m., call- at ad Stations, to connect with Ilfraoomhe Steadier. A Train awaits return of Boat. from lifraco.Voe at Night, and thrcngh eonneotio:is aro ir.a<te to Bi id^end, Porth. Pontypridd, die. Ordinary a.nd Excursion Booking:- are now in >p?ration frOlli Riverside 6,,3.tion and 8tat>v.:»fl on t-ae Barry Railway Branch) to ix-vor and Cornwall, via Earry Pir. Ilfriv combe, and London and South Western Rail- way. a3752 BUSINESS ADDRESSES The rugged that cannot be ?M? equalled in any ?!J? other part of the B !f •rid Tha.y contain .1 ??? exactly the righ?? '?? material to feed the h ?? body, the bones, the I j?? muscles, the brain, and I ? the nerves. ft ? Provost J g ??ts I Bt -the best that 8 ? ? otland grows- @ jgt are chosen from the very 1 ? finest crops produced on H t? Scotland's most fertile soil. 8 ? Our icess of milling casts H m aside the waste and retains B ? only the true nutriment 9 ? of the oats. Provost Oats 9 ? are so tempting that they jf g add a new pleasure to break- 3 ? fast-and they supply you ■ M with more nourishment, I wg more work-power than any | ? thing else you can eat, f ? We are still giving away jl ? Provost Porringers free. 8 ? Coupon and full par- 9 ?? ticulars in every packet « ?M? of Provost Oats. H ????? A Sixpenny Packet S <<  ? iHes ha1f-a2hundred 8} ?B? ttren?th-givia? I 1  tempting. p| y????????? EN0S LIGHTNmG COUGH CUttS; Thepureit and mcs: efficient Remedy < COUGHS, dOL^S^B^OTTCHrTTR, Aa STHMA, CATARRH, WEAK LUIiGS acd CHILDREN'S COUGHS. RONCHITIS ajU)H AND ASTHMA t?j?g!? Veno's Lightning Couh Cure Produces its must bnJibnt effect m Bronc¡1s. ???? Rev. W? W. TULLOCH?D.? B??f Brîdge. Sutherlandshire. wntc5: h Jd)Y 22nd, '03— I h tve b.en a martyr !o asthma aJl my life and lately to chronic wwter bronchi!s. I hnve fou^d Ver»oP5 Light;¡in Cougii Cure Ii valuable medi- cme. HILDREN'S tr COUGHS Mrs. ADA S. BALLIN, 5, Agar St. London. Editor Womanhood. 3"j a great authority upon children's diseases, writes :_u Yen0>S Lightning CQugh Cure is an exceedingly successful remedy. It is veryp:=sant to take and the re'iet' it skives is very rapid. ? -¡fo \epe¿l s f ffdrr¿; Tho ?W? LASCELiES?SCOTT, F.s!sl ?Lnd'? hhcer e o. Anal y sis, among other tlw»|rs sa ys-.—" I oleaxuro ::eii'y;;as. itl'ng o';i;O;r.'L;c'7; t': CtJRZ 15 an exCeptionaJ!y pure, safe, and effective preparation* LARGH TRIAL At J Regular Sizes, BoTTLES »»CL r/, 4 & 2/9. ,AØfor VKNo s LIOHTNING Cocaa CM?M QtCBUSt 8d Drug SWi"ca everywhere, BUSINESS ADDRESSES  bsMMToSl ? wtaigTs??eo   —' .aa  ???t?..?  ?t?  S  Fas-sim-lc øj One-Ounce Packet. Archer's Golden Returns ffis ?3v«aatian of ¡>e Tob r»i, Blithe, Bobbing Bathers 3 Bite Big Bits off |

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