Hide Articles List

27 articles on this Page

THE HEALTH OF MR GLADSTONE.

A BIGOTED VICAR. I

ATTEMPT TO MURDER ATI HULL.

THE UNDERGROUND RAILWAY EXPLOSION.

TIPPERARY ELECTION.I

I THE PROPOSED EGYPTIAN i…

--_.,-GERMANY AND SOUTH AFRICA.

-----THE WEST AFRICAN CONFERENCE.

-THE MAN THAT HUNG HIMSELF…

The French in China.

PONDOLAND. I

[No title]

Death of the Bishop of London.

CARDIFF CORPORATION. I

[No title]

TO-DAY'S SPORTING.I

I SPORTING ITEMS. I I

i -CARDIFF. I

News
Cite
Share

CARDIFF. MAYORS TREAT TO THE DEAF AND DUMB.— Last evening the New Year's tea given by the Mayor and Mrs Fulton to the adult deaf and dumb of Cardiff took place at the Mission House, Windsor-place, Cardiff. About 30 deaf mutes assembled, including some from Merthyr and Aberdare. There were also present Councillor Alfred Thomas, the Revs. D. Young, J. D. Walters, N. Thomas, G. Hargreaves, and A. Roberts, and Messrs R. Pardoe (Aberdare), R. Benjamin (Cardiff), and Thomas, missionary to the Bristol Deat and Dumb. After tea—which was catered for by Mr Benjamin, and gave general satisfaction-a statement written by the Rev. E. Rowland was read by the Rev. D. Young. Mr Rowland strongly urged the advisability of something being done towards clearing off the debt on the mission premises. Mr R. T. Casson, the secretary to the fund, stated that the total list of donations to the fund up to the 31st Dec., including JS26 6s 4 paid by Mr Cory for furnish- ing the room in which Sunday services are held, amounted to £ 417 28s Igd. The total expendi- ture had been 2301 lls {¡d, leaving a balance in hand of L116 6s 7d. After a brief discussion it was resolved that the secretary be authorised to issue a fresh appeal, together with a full list of subscriptions, with the view of obtaining the £ 384 still required to clear off the debt. The deaf and dumb were afterwards addressed by Mr Rowland and Mr Thomas, of Bristol. Hearty votes of thanks were accorded to the mayor and mayoress for their kindness in giving the tea. Mrs Rd. England, of Windsor-place, sent a hamper of apples for the deaf and cumb, who thoroughly enjoyed themselves.

Advertising

MONEY MARKET.I

TO-DAY'S MARKETS.I

---.__-TO-DAY'S SHIPPING.…

I SUPPOSED LOSS OF TWO I VESSELS…

ITHE CHARGE AGAINST A SOL-IDIER…

TO-DAY'S POLICE. I

-GLAMORGANSHIRE GUARTEP, i…

Advertising