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EXCURSIONS. P, AIND A. CAMPBELL (LIMITED). -t SAILINGS FROM CARDIFF and PEXARTH. (Wind, vwther, and ci tot instances permitting.) LZAVL CARDFFF. Sat., Z8-12-,S, i.30, Z,50, 3.3,3, -4.30, 5.30, 3.0 pin Moo., 30-7.46, -V.30 am, 2.2S, 3.15, 4.40, 5.30, 7.15, -8.0 pm Tues., 31-8.(1 9.45 am. 3.3C 14-30, 5.40, 6.30, 7.45, -a-30 pm Wed., 1—8.0, 9.25, 10^0 am, 4-20, 5.15, 5.45, 7.30, *3.40, 3.30 ThHTS., 2—?.0, 9.?, *10.15, 1L30 am, 5.5, 6-0, 7.15, 2.15 Pri., 3—4.0, lfl.0 im, 12.0 noon, 5.40, 7-50 pm LEA VE WESTOX. LiO, 2.25, 3.25, 4.25, l>m *8.40 am, 1.50, 3.30, 4.15. 6.3, -I.J, E.SC, 8.45 pm 8.55 am, 3.0, 4.35, -5-20. i 8.4D, 7.25, 9.0, 9.15 pm 2.55, -10.15 am, 3.30, 5.3C, •3 15, 7.40. 2.25, *9.30, 10.20 8-55, *10.30, *11.0 ajn, 4.0, 6.10. 7.0, 8*30, 9.10 8.5o, 10.55 atm, -4.10, ô.O, 3.50 poi "X)URI3T and CHllP WEEK-END TICKL-15 aia Issued to Principal Stations in WEST OF E-NGLA-fD. Almo DAY TICKETS to CHEJDDAB and WELLg. T. ILA V-S CAiDJJT. Sat., 28—hl.30 pm Moil., 3Q—2.30, b4.45 pm 'Tuea-, Jl—3.40, M.50 pm Wed., 1-4.30 pm LjtAVE CARDIFF. Sat., 28—hl.30 pm Mon., 30-2.30, b4.45 pm Tues., 3i—3.40, 05.30 pm Wed., 1-4.;).) pm I LEAVE CAWI-FF. S3.t., 2.0 pm Trora., 2—9.30 am LEAVE CARDIFF. Wed., 1.30 am Thurs., 2—9.30 am I-SAVE DAEDiir! Sat., 28-Ç6.30, c7.2û pm Hon., 30-f" am Tue&. 31-flO.G am "Wed., 1—ta.30 am Thors., 3—9JO am Fz:i-3-ø.JD- a.m LEAVE CLEVBDON. 6.25 pm | S.25 aril. 3-10 pm. 9.5 am, 9.10 pm 9.56 pm LEAVE BRISTOL. 5.30 pm 7.50 am, 7.15 pm 8.15 ajn, 8-15 pm 8.45 pm "leaviTMISehkad. 5.0 pm 7.20 pm leave clovelly. 4.30 pin 4.45 pm LEA VKLLF BAGOMJBE. I 910.30 pm 2.15 pm S. C pm 5.45 pm 6.C pm 6.0 pm Ctxap Route to Devon and Cornwall. SATURDAY, AUGUST 28. APTEKNOON TRIP CLEVEDON and BRISTOL.— Cardiff lil.30 pm, Bristol 5 30 pm, Cievedon 6.25. Fare \r place), 2s. REGATTA AT MINEHEAD. AFTERNOON TRIP MIXEII EaD.—Cardiff 2.0 pm, Minehead 5.9 pm. Fare, 2s. 6d. NOTE.—The time of leaving Minebead previously adverted at 5.30 pm this day, 18 now altered to 5.0 pm. EVENING TRIP ILFHACOMBE DIRECT (Giving about a Hour on Shore).—Cardit* §6.30 pm, llfracombe 610-30 pm. Fare, 2s. NOTE.—This Steamer starts from Cardiff. MONDAY, AUGUST 30. AFTERNOON TRIPS CLEYEDON and BRISTOL.— Cardiff 2.30 and tA.45 pm, Bristol 7.15 pm, Cievedon 6.10. Fare Aither pia.ie), 2s. TUESDAY, AUGUST 31. AFTERNOON TRIP CLEYEDON and BRISTOL.— Cardiff 3.40 pm, Bristol 3.15 pm, Cievedon 9.10. Fare joither place), 2s. CLETEDON and BRISTOL.-Cardlff b5.30 pm, Bris- tol 8.15 pm, Cievedon 9.13. Fares: Cievedon, Is.; Bris- tol, 2s. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEM3E3 1. CLEVEDON and BRISTOL. -Curd if, 4.30 pm. Bristol 8.45 pm, Clevedoa 9.55. Fares: Cievedon, 1; 6d.; Bristoi, 3s. Doe. not cail at Penarth. c Single Trip. i Doe* not call off Lynmouth. e Via Weston. b Panarth 20 m:Date« earlier a Penarth 25 minutes earlier, 11 Penarth 30 minutes earlier. SPECIAL NOTICE-—Passengers' Luggage is trans- ferred to and from the Steamor at Cardiff Free of Charge. THROUGH BOOKINGS from aii rAFF VALE and RHYMITET RAILWAY STATIONS to WESTON, MINEHRAD, and ILFRACOMBE. For Farther Particulars, Tickets, tc., apply to WM. GUY, 7Ca, Bute-street; or T. COGK and SON, 2, Duie-street, Cardiff. Teiegrajns: Primrose." Nat. Toi., Cardiff, 21L a4576 B,& IR yRAILWAY. MAGNIPICEXT (RED FUNNEL) STEAMERS. DAILY TIMS-TABLE SERVICES, Via BARRY PTES tWiRd. Weather, Accidents, El-adraaces, or other Circumstances Permitting;. WESTON SERVICE. Trains leave Daily (-Not Sundays). Por th, Bridgend, Stearotr Cardiff Pontypridd, Ceiling RetnrMl (Biver- 10 Min*. All Vale from sJilil). Later Station". Weston. 1.12 am 6.55 ant S.30 am S.15 am 9.20 am 9-0 am 11. 9 am 11-25 am D. 5 pm 11.10 am 1.45 pm 1.45 pal 132 pm 1.37 pm ö.17 giu 4 15 pa 8 46 pm .i.15 pm 7.45 pm 9.30 pm Fares:—Cardiff to Weston: Single Is. 6d-, Day Trip 2s., All Evening Trip?, 5.0 pm and alter, b. return, Wednesday, 2-C pm and after, is. 6d. XINJuUEaI?, LYNiiOCTH, AND §ILFRACOMBE SERVICE. Perth, Bridgend, Ltteam- Cardiff Pontvpriud, Calling Leave* (River- 1C Mirw. AH Vale T.fracocatw 8de). Later. fctat.ous. Daily at 8.37 am 9. C am 2.50 -tic 5 30 pm PI earner calls Mineiiead Thursday, Tnd: Friday, Ird: Saturday, 4-th; Monday, 6tii; Tuesday, 7th; Wed- lesday, 8th.. Returns frr>m Minehead at 6.50 pm each lay; Wednesday, 3th, at 3.30 pm. Far»s;—Ca:r.:ff to Mineiiead—Day Trip, 2s. od. and te.; Ilfraoombe, 3s. and 4s. Citurday, -Sth.-Afternoon Tep Minehcad and Cruise. —Express Tram Card;ff Riverside 2.10 pm (intermediate times see bills), Minehead 7.15 pm. Fare; U-nebead, 2s.; Cruise, 2s. 6d. Monday. 30th.—Clovellv.—Kxprn~^ Cardiff Riverside 9.37 iW1 (intermediate times see bill?), Cioveliy 4.10. The Trip previously advertised to :\1n:nb: and Teoby Dn-this date is Unavo"J.3bly Cancelled. Tuesday. 31-1.—Cloveiiy.—Card:if Riverside 9.37 am }!ntPrme.d.i&ie time* see bills), Cicveiiy 4.10 pm. Wednesday, lst.Hte:-noon Tx-p HrioL-TTain Car- diff Riverside 3.40 (calling stations tp Barry), -BrI,toi 8.0 pm. Fare;, Cardiff, 2s. &d.; Ccgan and Barry Ftations. 2s. § Calls off Lynmeuth to and fro. Last steamer lor Porth and Bridgend ons. Through bookings from ali Barn-, Taff, Rhvmney Jtaiiona. E. LAKE, General Manager. 114960 "MUCH IN LITTLE." are endeavouring- to reduce the balk ind to render all artie u.-ed for food more portable. As a result, you can nON carry your breakfast in one waistcoat pocket and the ingredients of a g-ood plate of üup in the tber. This result hfui lont been attained in Pharmacy, whilst new and improved methods yf selection and concentration have been introduced. Although established over halt a rentury. KERNICK'S VEGETABLE PILLS      ■ herbs in their purest sar^t therefore, in the hig-h?t degree curotlilv?le'. For a dlO!dered atomach. impaired digestion ?u?ts? l!v?r impure biood, a Ye;16w or muddy complexion, biliousness, Ac., theee &elebra.tted Pil? are uTi?-p-a.s?d when taken I-'Ording to th? dirMt?ng ac<-<.mpaBv?n? mob bGx. Sold in 7id., ??- and ?- 9d. ?e:  or direct of ;?ERNICK TA ^O>i\N (jjimited). The Laboratory ■artiff. ?n??ci). The Lab<?3?<T-y e6? W. P. CARYL, F.S.f.C., I THE Qualified Eyeeight Speciaiist for SIGHT-TESTING aDd SPECTACLES, 16, HIGH STREET ARCADE, CARDIFF. And 15, UNION-STREET, SWANSEA. e594 < TO-DAY'S OUTLOOK. This is an expreseiop often used in conneo- I tion witii national or public affairs. But it may very well be applied to a matter having a more personal bea.ring. What is your out- look from the point of Health? Is it hope- ful. or is it dark and doubtful? Does your life on the whole see in likely to prove a suc. cess? The answer to these questions Largely depends tppen the state of your Health. The root of depression and despair is more often found in our bodily condition than in cur worldly circumstance^. The "well" man ie always HOPEFUL. This is easy to understand. If your digestive and eecrecive organs h-e been allowed to become deranged you will look, v. ry lite- T-aUy, with a "jaundiced eye upon all your surroundings. Take a done of P.eechara's Pills and note the difference. Your health will speedily riee to its normal level. The Stomach. Bowels, Liver, and Kidneys will at c,nee begin to resume their perfect fnnctiona. The drab of life will become rose-coloured, diffi-culties will vanish, obstacles will disap- pear. Your activity will increase, your mental rigour will revive, your whole oat- look will improve, for all of which THANKS TO BEECHAM'S u J,L k PILLS Sold every-wherie in boxes, price 1/li (56 pills) and 2/9 (168 pills).

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