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District Intelligence. I CARDIFF I NAUTICAL SUCCESSES.—Mr" Morgan Jones, of Aberayron, and Mr Charles Oatway, of Bideford, successfully passed their first mate's examination at Newport this week. They were prepared at- the Cardiff Nautical Academy, 47, St. Mary- street, by Captam J. Aetherclift Jutsum, extra- certificated master mariner (London), and both were successful at the firat attempt. THE NAUTICAL SCHOOL, LOUDOUN SQUARE, CAIIDITF. At the Board of Trade ex- amination held at Newport this week, Mr A. E. Ellis, Aeath, Cardiff, was successful as roaster, a]24 at the last exami- nation at Cardiff Mr Sfarcus Morgan, Llan- trisant, as first mate. Both of these gentlemen, prepared by Captain Owen, of the above school, succeeded at the nrstattempt. BOARD OF TRADE EXAlII,-This week at New- port Mr William Isaac, Windsor-esplanade, Car- diff, obtained his mate s certificate; and Mr George W. Levitt, -Kobm Hood Bay, his second mate's certificate. -bey ^vere prepared by George W. Levitt, Robin Hood Bay, his second mate's certificate. -bey ^vere prepared by Captain H. C. Mills, Navigation School, Clar- ence-road, and were successful first attempt. VICTORIA BAPTIST „ CHAPEL. The opening services will be held to-raorrow when the Rev. David Davies, ot Brighton, will preach. Par- ticulars of the services will be found in the advertising columns. RELIGIOUS MErTINGS.&S will be seen by an advertisement in another column, services will be held at Oxford Lane-road, Neville-street, and Mountain Ash Meeting Rooms, to-morrow and following evenings. WOOD-STREET CHAPF-L.-The services to-morrow will be conducted by the Rev. W. Spurgeon, as announced in another column. MEMORIAL HALL. Ihe popular afternoon ser- vice will be held to-iaorrow at 3 o'clock, when the Rev. John Prfgh will deliver the address. I Further particulars will be found in the adver- tising columns. AT WEST GROVE U NITARIAJ- CHURCH to-morrow flbwer services are to be conducted by the Rev. fl,ower service d George St. Clair. The advertisement promises suitable decorations and appropriate discourses. Hours—11 a«d 6"3a CYCLISTS' CARNIVAL AT THE SOPHIA GARDENS.— This event, which was abandoned last Saturday, will take pl»ce ""s evening. The gardens will be illuminated, and tnree bands will perform. The procession starts fromy?estgate-street at 5. COLLKCTOBSHIP OF ELECTRIO LIGHTING RENTALS.—AC, A feting of the Elaotrieal Com- mitieei yesterday 79 applications were received for the P08' co'leo*oi- of eleotrio lighting rentals a*a salary of £ gg p8r auunm< Tb«ae were reduced to three, aud the committee adjourned nil Monday nexb, when final selection will be .e candidates referred to ate T. B- Jeu^ns- Grange Gardens T. O. Elliott, Water Katss Office and E. Morgan, TheRigt!r-stry-t C;ttbays. ACCIDENT AT THB Dooj[s. About nine o'clock yesterday tnorniug a donkeyman named Edward xJrooklaud, residing in Railway- streefc, was admitted to Cardiff Infirmary suffering from severe injuries to hie head and body, caused f rotn severe in by his having tallen down the hold of the steam- shin Pordogne, lying it, the F,et Dook. LLA"AFF CATHEDRAL.-Thesixtb Sunday after Trinity )• residence, tbe Very Rev. the Dean and j Canon Roberts. Holy Com- muniont rn'd»y. Morning, 11: Te Deum, Jubilate ^'rie» anc* Credo (Garrett in D); anthem. Give ear, O, ye heavens (Armes); hvmn, 299; preacher, Oanon Roberts, Afternoon, 3 P. Litany. 3,30: Magnificat, Nunc Uiinittis (Pf0Uj anthems, "Jerusalem, Jerusalem d Happy and Blest" (Mendels- soho) hymns, £ 06 and 223; preacher, the Rev. Minor Canon rnce. Offertories for Cathedral expenses and choir fuud> CAERPHILLY. I TRADESMEN a UDTING.—OU Wednesday the Caerphilly tradesmen )lad their annual outing at Ilfraoombe. Ine party, numbering about 400, were conveyed down channel in one of Campbell's palatial boats, and W0re accompanied by the Caerphilly ew"'°ice Party, under the leader- ship'0' -Evans, Dinner and other refreshments were partaken of at the Montebello Hotel. On board the steamer going down a formal presentation meeting took place, under the presidency of Mr J, D. Hughes, when Miss Salhe W..ghi of Oaerphilly, on behalf of the Male v oice -tartv present;ed Mr W. Evans, naval architeob. Docks, Cardiff (late of Caerphil'y)» wlJb, .a Gladstone companion bag, in reoognltlon of bIll Paat; services as secretary to the party. „ PPNARTH. COUNCIL RIMFLOYAGG' Picmic.-The employees of the Penarth Urban District Council held their third annual picnic on Thursday. The party left Penarthat a"rChepistow and Tintern,and, favoured w"4." K'°rious weather, spent an enjoy- able day- nner Was partaken of at the White Hart Hotel. „ cvvmbran. LECTOR* a«RHPT.—On Wednesday evening a huge number of niembers of the Natifcnal Deposit CTII Society assembled at* the Wesley an Hall, Ownabran, for tea, and subse- quently M,r Litchfield, of London, general secretary or tne' society, lecture oil tha 1- lOfibs of thrift in S £ n.era,l' ^»d the advantages of member- ship of Friendly Sooiebies in particnlar. Mr John lAutufOl,d Tr,idd.

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