).gtndtl, «rabtUtrs. r. A" GENTS wanted to sell Oliver's Tea; a safe and permanent income,-Write parti AOlars Oliver Oliver & Co., 290. Souihgate-road, London Ito WtL»%usim%& Jtam&n,$ct. FAKMH, instates, Country Houses; rentals from 6s an JL' acre, micea from jE7 acre. Country Houses In all sonnties. Ratter's Monthly Keelster contains <0 pastes of particulars post free 2 stamps.—Messrs flutter, 10 Norfolk-street, Strand, London. t-ereral cheap 1'arm3 And Conntry Profffirtil's in Wale "nrl Bcirder Counties. TO Let, large Shop and House best position Com- mercial-street, Maesteg.—Apply Castle Hotel. 154n To Let, immediate possession, convenient Offices on second floor, 97, St. Mary. street, Cardiff moderate jant^—Apply South Walas Daily News Office, Cardiff. 5n Mnm&l. IANOFORTK—A Lady wishes^ to^Sell-lovely 56- guinea Upright Iron Grand Drawing-room Piano, lull trichord, on massive brass sounding plate; fitted grand repeater check action, handsomemarqueterie 'panel, with carved pillars nearly new maker's 20 gears' warranty, transferable take 15 guineas ap- proval willingly.-G.. 231, Burdett-road, London, E.17891 3prralirg & Mivbs. OLD English Game for Sale all colours bred especi- ally for pit fighting; stamp for reply,—Thomas league, Marions, Berry Hill. Coleford. Gloucestershire. Botrosiw IVriidUs. /4"*1 REAT Clearance Sale of Baby Carriages at enor. OTmous reduction in prices to make room for our Xmas lovelies in British-made Toys send for price lists.— .Spencer's Baby Carriage Warehouse. St. John's Church- ';xIuare. Cardiff. 29:\O-398n I¡ ^Harljtturtr, arools, &c. FOR Sale, a 25 h.p. high-speed Otto Gas Engine, with special heavy 8 ton fly wheel, suitable for driving ylectric dynounos; fitted with patent silent exhaust £ ox and special large tank for water circulation equal ID new, having done no work can be seen at any time Vk South Wales Printing Works, Westgate-street, Car- ets.— Apply Socth Wales Daily News Office. Cardiff.554n 1'- Jfflr .'f:alt. (P1AJSTEBS, Horsekeepers.—Send Is for Book of Stable \J Recipes.—Tully, Craig Bank, Bexhill. 76 %7"AJiM00TH Bloaters, good quality, Is 6d and 2s 9d J. bag free.—Ben Angel, Corge-row, Great Yarmouth. 51 jp BATHERS, "Jjl BATHER S FEATHERS FOR BEDS. Whytay common shoddy Wool Beds when yon can 3et best ENGLISH FEATHERS at 6d per lb, carriage Warranted dry and sweet. Feather Bedsmade JO order. Send for samples and price list to H. HANDY AND CO., FEATHER MERCHANTS, 6061 WELSHPOOL, NORTH WALES. U4 Q<dPTH Wales Property Gazette."—A Monthly O Register of Estates, Houses, Lands. &c„ to be pet or Sold in Wales, Monmouthshire, West of England, &c. 1^300 copies sent monthly, post tree, to leading inhabitant 3 of Wales and Monmouthshire insertions free. Copies post free from Messrs Hern nd Pertwee, Estate Agents, Auctioneers, ice., 74, t, Mary-street. Cardiff. 2444 'JtTkS THE "DEFIANCE GUN." KTV3 OUFORRAl;BfX OR GENERAL SHOOTING.OVJ 12 bore, centrltl tire, double-barrel breechloader, lef )hoke, top or double grip action, with lever under guard. Swist barrels, horn heelplate, walnut stock. pistol grip. double bolt, rebounding locks, patent fore end, Ac.; :»und and well made warranted to shoot and handle well; price 50s, worth 80s carriage paid do cot buy <CUDS at a shop, deal direct with the actual manufac- jursrs and save reail profits satisfaction guaranteed •2>r cash returned beautifully illustrated catalogue fun .f interesting information concerning guns, testi. monials, &c„ post free.—C. and T. Davis, Far-killing Ønn Manufacturers, 4, Femley-road, Stratford-road Birmingham. 17847 JHisaHaueotts Titaitts. laTELSH China.—Wanted, Swansea and Nantganv V T China,Swansea and CambrianPottery.and Dillwyn'a £ truscan Ware only good specimens required high prices given. Address Collector. Echo Office. Cardiff. jiUstellaiwaua. wishes to win 10s up to 2Qs daily through the sale of a lucrative article-aend ad- dress to A 351, Annoncen Bureau Union, LudWig, jtraase, 56. Stuttgart. ■a —J—— Ai FROM .£5 to £500. MONE"i.-U yoa want it promptly, privately, And 111 low rate of interest on approved.Note Ot Hand, CAll or write MB J. H. RIMER, -1. U, TAFF-EMBANKMENT, PENABTH-ROAD, CARDIFF. Immediate attention In town or country. Bftpayments arranged to salt your convenience. 61e THE OLD-ESTABLISHED PROVINCIAL UNION BANK continues to lend immense sums daily, from jElO to £5,000, on Note of Hand Alone, or other Security, at a few hours' notice, to all classes in any part of Eng- land and Wales. repayable by easy instalments. No good application is ever refused. All communications strictly private. Moderate Interest. Special rates for short periods. The largest, best known, and most honourably conducted Business in the Kingciom. Thousands of our • regular customers have expressed their entire satisfac- alan in repeated transactions with us. If desired, one of our Officials will attend at your residence at once with Cash, and carry out the advance THERE and THEN.— Call, or write (in confidence) to the Manager, Mr Stanley Dowding, I, Queen-square, Bristol. 58 FIELDINGS, lamised. Old-established Financiers, are JP prepared to Advance sums from £20 to £3,000 at short notice on approved Note of Hand, personal or other securities. Charges arranged before transactions are completed. Mortgages on Property effected at current ■ rates of interest. Property Purchased. Trade Bills jDlsocranted. Annuities and Fixed Incomes arranged. Money advanced on second mortgages. — Apply dlreetas we have no agents, Hayes Buildings. The Hayes, Cardiff, 13938 MONEY.—Mr Pike, 43, 8alisbury-ril.—Head pos card for prospectus (returned in closed envelope tree), and you will do business with no other 8rm.14421 ESSRSS. HEBN & PERTWEE, Estate Agents.. 74, St. Mary-street, Cardiff, are prepared to Advance from £100 to £100.000 on Mortgage of Free- 1Jald orJ.ea.sebold Property, and from. £ b0 to £ 1,000 on" persona,! security. 3664 THE CHARING CROSS BANK.—Established 1870 and 28, BEDFORD-STREET, CHARIIiG-CBOSS, W.O LONDON. eets Æ51Z.415. Sarplns,,£503.000. Loans otJESO to £5.000 made on any class of secnxlty. 2iper cent, allowed on Current Account Balances, Deposits of 1 and upwards received Asunder;— Subject to 3 Months' Notice of Withdrawal, 5 per cent per annum. Snbjectto 6 Months' Notice of Withdrawal, 6 percent' per annum. Subject to 12 Months' Notice of Withdrawal,.? per Bent, per annum. Special Terms for Longer Periods, Interest, paid Quarterly. ? The Terminable Deposit Bonds pay neatly cent and area safe investment, Wriie orcall for Prospectus. 17800 At WILLlAMSJB. J. TALL, JOtarMAUCgers. MIDLAND GUN PEEARTMENT 14, DEMON GUN WOBKS. > VESEY-STBEBT. BIRMINGHAM.. GUNS FROM* 25s to £25,. FAR-KILLING GUNS AT WHOLESALE PRICES —Double Breechloaders from 25s to £10, Hammer- less from JE5 to £20, Hammerless Ejectors from £8 to £25. 5,000 Guns and Rifles usually in stock ready for immediate delivery. Send three stamps for a Price List. We make every part of a gun in our own works, and sell direct to the user at one small profit. We send any gon on approval, pay carriage both ways if not satisfactory, and return cash in full. We take any second-hand gun, central or pin-fire, breeclJo or muzzle-loading, in part payment for a new one, or*' will buy-any nnv for cash. r. "t." FOR ROOKS. PIGEONS, RABBITS. 151- Single-barrel 12 bore breech-loading shofe RUDS, converted from ri1les and bored by 8J1 im- proved process for long range and great penetration, unequalled for rook, pigeon, rabbit, wildfowl, and all long-distance shooting, price 15/ or better quality and improved safety action, price 201-. GUN REPAIRS.—Guns by any maker promptly repaired, vety best material and workmanship, at about balf dealers' charges. NewB1locJrs or new" barrels fitted, barrels browned or bored. Cten converted from pin to central fire, and. done np< SB new. at small cost. Exact price given for all. zepairs if desired before the work is commenced. Gross may be sent from any part of the United; JQngdom by parcel post for Is. CARTRIDGES.— Best of All." The best "Smokeless Powder Cartridge ever made. price 7/- per 100, or 500 for 33/ 1,000 for 63/ "Sadden Death." The best Black Powder Cartridges, 5(- per ,100 or 47/6 per 1,000. Lots of 100 and upwaxfe ^delivered carriage paid tat any station in England. at Wales. Everything in Guns, Rifles, Revolvers, Gun Imple- ments, and Cases at WHOLESALE PRICES. 17879 Xjl BEE TO E N When yon are tired of taking nauseous and mys- terious prescriptions and 'compounds, which do yon nogood. but only min your digestive organs, write to me and I will send yon a Book which describes a Quick and Certain Cure for lost strength, wasting weak- neas» <fec., from whatever canse arising. NO STOMACH MEDICINE. NO ELECTRICITY. Specimens of letters received and guaranteed genuine :— It is an excellent system, and I have scrupu- lously followed the instructions, and am a better man than 20 years ago.—G.G." Cannot be better than I am at present. It is a perfect cure.—K.G." Book sent sealed, post free. two stamps.—A. G. LEIGH, 92 and 93. Great Bussell-streefl. Blooms- bary. London. Send at once and be cured. Seventeen Years' Continuous Successes. 16625 "TV A INE'S BILL POST I.K*€h XT 8YNDICATB For Aherdare, Hirwain, Mountain AsBf and District* Z. ANDREWS, Secretary. 13520 Offices- n NEW THEATRE, ABERDAREj C'LARKE'S B 4i PILLS are warranted I to cure GRAVEL and PAINS in the BACK and all kindred complaints. Free from mercury Established upwards of 30 years. In boxes, 4s 6d each, of all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors throughout the world, or ssnt for 60 stamps by the makers, the Lincoln and Midlwd Counties Drag Company, Lytcolja. 1em Ilnblít ^musnrtfnis. CARDIFF. rjlHEATRE JJOYAL, CARDIFF. Lessee and Manager ROBERT REDPORD EVURY EVENING AT 7.30 except SATURDAY, when the performance will commence at 7, the MUSICAL PLAY, t THE BELLE OF NEW YORK. Special Engagement of Mr Frank Lawton, the original whistler, from the Shaftesbnry Theatre. London. Morning Performance SATURDAY at 2, NEXT WEEK— THE MOST SUCCESSFUL COMEDY. ARE you A J^JASON? Box Office at Theatre, 10 to 5. Nat. TeL. 362 Jublit jIlotítt!í. IF DUNCAN McNEILL, who was some time in the coal trade in McLellan-street, Glasgow, will COMMUNICATE with M. Mactaggart, Solicitor, Bowrnore, Islay, N.B„ he will hear of some- thing to his advantage. 17910 ANCER HOSPITAL (Free), Fulham. VJ road, London, S.W.—PATIENTS SEEN DAILY on their own application at 2 o'clock. Funds urgently needed for general expenses and for the Research Department. 17734 Secretary Fred W. Howell. JFffr alt. 1000 £1 FULLY. PAID 7 PER CENT. J_ CUMULATIVE PERFERENCE SHARES. carrying 2% per Cent. Bonus, FOR SALE at par. Preference Interest only requires £11,250, Capital £150,000. Reserve Fund. £476,678, Last year's profits over £1,000.000. Established seven years. Sound se- curity. Can divide.—Address Shares, care of Smith's, 51, Moorgate-street, London, E.C. 17926 %utlDtttg &ocietiez. THE TAUNTON AND WEST OF JL ENGLAND PERPETUAL BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY. ESTABLISHED 1857. INCORPORATED 1883. Offices 3. ILAMMET-STREET, TAUNTON. Secretary Mr ALBERT GOODMAN. BORROWING SHARES, £60 EACH. SUMS OF MONEY are ready to be advanced on security of any description of real property—free- hold, leasehold, or copyhold—on the most equitable terms; the principal and interest repayable by Monthly Instalments. INVESTING SHARES. £60 EACH, realised in about 13 years and 4 months by Monthly Payments of Five Shillings per share. FULLY PAID-UP SHARES, bearingaftxedrate of interest, payable half-yearly, or allowed to accu- mutate. DEPOSITS received. Interest at 4 per cent, per acnam. payable half-yearly. or may accumulate. Prospectuses, or any further particulars, may be obtained on application to the Secretary, as above, or to 189 Sir THOMAS WEBBER, District Secretary, 11, St. John 3-square. Cardiff. pipping .f1otites. HITE STAR LINE.—LIVERPOOL TV to AUSTRALIA, calling at Capetown (South Africa). PERSIC, 11,974 tons .Nov. 12 RUNIC, 12,482 tons Dec. 17 MEDIC. 11,984 tons ..Jan. 14,1904 AFBIC, 11,948 tons Feb. 11,1S04 The accommodation on these twin-screw steamers comprises smoking, reading, and dining rooms. Fares.—To Australia, £19 to to Capetown, dE15 15s to £22 Is. For farther particulars apply to Local Agents or to Ismay, Imrie and Co.. Liverpool; 17, Cockspnr- street, SJW., and 34, Leadenhall-street, E.C.. London. rjIHE nyOICE OF THE pEOPLE whenever raised and for whatever porpoae, must always command the fnllest atten- tion and respect. Whether the subject be imperial, national, industrial, or domes-1 tie, the Voice of the people holds the Bway. This voice it is that for nearly sixty years has consistently sounded the praiaeof jg EEOHAM'S pi I L S .II! —a medicine of which the people liftVO long known the remedial valtte In BILIOUS AND LIVER DISORDERS^ SICK-HEADACHE, FAILING APPETITE, JjANGOUR, AND WANT OF TONE caused by depressed conditions of the, Nervous System. In all sacb cases it is not too much to say that the benefits to be derived from ajnClicious use of JgEECHAM'S pILLS £ are practically known all over the world. } (hi,- SOLD EVERYWHERE IN BOXES. Price, Is lid (56 Pills) and 2s 9d (168 Pills). B. J. HEATH & SON, MUSICAL JNSTRUME NTS BY ALL MAKERS. 'SOLE AGENTS FOR t BROADWOOD.ERARD.SCHIEDMAYER, WALDEMAR, & CROWN PIANOS. RECITALS DAILY ON THE ANGELUS AND OTHER PIANO ? PLAYERS. The SYMPHONY AND Self-Playing Oboans, 4 ENORMOUS DISCOUNT FOR CASH. "6J' Q U E E"N gT"KEE T* ri ARDIFE \J 1066—2# 70, TAFF-STREET, PONTYPRIDD, STANWELLROAD, PENARTH, 3, STATION-ROAD, PORT TALBOT. Nat. Tel.-cardiff, 01199. N.B. jyS PEC TALLY g A-F E I have used your Balsam with my two older children withgreat snccess, and have known it as a VALUABLE REMEDY for more than THIRTY YEARS. Mr R.J. Hall, School House, r; East Markham, Jan., 1902. p. JgAEWMr j "Hay man's Balsam has earned an excellent reputation. Tried it myself, and found immediate re. lief- Quite safe for ebildreD," —Mrs Ballin, in Baby." FOR INFANTS & ChiujrenJ ':r N.B. 125*1 > «v^' NO LANCING OR CUTTING Required if yoanae the- World- Renowned BUBGESS LION, OINTMENT. It has saved many. limb from the knife. Cored! others after being given up by hospitals. THE BKSTKEMEDY for WOUNDS and all SKIN DISEASES, A Certain Cue for Ulcers. Tumours. Abscesses, Eczema. etc. Thousands of Testimonials from all parts. Sold by all Chemists, 7d. Is 1d, etc.. per box, orpost fieee for stamps, from Proprietor, E. BUBGESS, 59. Gray's Ion-road, London. Advice CARDIFF ADVERTISING, POSTING, AND CIBCULARDISTRmUTIN COMPANY, LIMITED. OFFICES AND WORKS—1, PARK-STREET^ CARDIFF. SBCRETARY FRANK H. SIMPSON. Proprietors of the Principal Stations in Cardiff and Neighbourhood. Contractors for all description of Advertising, Circular Distributing, etc. 132 All orders promptly attended to 1014 1DASS AND PALE AND MILD. rALES. fSBASON BREWINGS 1 AY NOW BE HAD IN: PRIME CONDITION, IN CASKS OB BOTTLES, FU.LTON, DUNLOP, AND-CO., CARDIFF ma B W P O R T O F F I C E J.\ of the » SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS,' 18, J puM:rati0rrs. ? THE LAND WE LIVE EN. BEAUTIFULLY ILLUS- TRATED BY EMINENT ARTISTS AND ABLY I DESCRIBED BY LEADING WRITERS OF THE DAY. j ENTIRELY NEW WORK. 1 In Fortnightly Parts, price 7d net. ) IJHE JgRITISH ISLES DEPICTED BY PKN AJ«UCAMERA, With a Series of MAGNIFICENT COLOURED PLATES, Reproduced from Pictures by J. MACWHIRTER,^R.A. J. AUMONIER, R.I. DAVID MURRAY, AJt.A. J. FULLEYLOVE BJL ALFRED EAST, A.R.A. A. W. WEEDON, R.I. C. E.JOHNSTON. R.I. EDWIN HAYES. R.H.A. C. W WYLLIE. HARRY HINE, R.I. and other Artists. together with a profusion of ILLUSTRATIONS FROM PHOTOGRAPHS EXPRESSLY TAKEN FOR THE WORK. Part I. now ready. CASSELL & COMPANY, Ltd., London, and all j Booksellers. J IMPORTANT NEW FINE ART WOBJi, In Fortnightly Part's, price 7d net. THE JgRITISH ISLES DEPICTED BY PEN AND CAMEBA. Everythinpr concerned in its production will be new. from the text) and pictures to the type from which it is printed. It has been planned with the ntmost care. so that, whilst on fresh and unconven- tional lines, the work will be found as systematic as it is popular. The Coloured Plates will be Droduced;by the three- colour process with the perfection which this pro- cess has now attained under the direction of Messrs Cassell & Company, and thesi plates are alone sum- cient to give the work a distinctive note. CASSELL & COMPANY. Ltd., London; and all Booksellers. AN ENTIRELY NEW AND BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED WORK. In Fortnightly Parts, Price 7d net. TH JgRITISH ISLES DEPICTED BY PEN AND CAMERA. The black and white illnstrations in the British Isles" will be no less Important than the Coloured Plates. For months past photographers have been engaged throughout the kingdom in taking views for this publication. A series of illustrations has thus been secured unexampled in beauty, which, when re- produced on the art paper prepared for the work, will represent the characteristic features of Eng- land, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales, to the fullest advantage. The text. combining history with description in such a manner as to abe thoroughly readable and highly interesting, will be from the pens of some of the most able writers of the day. Part I. now ready. CASSELL & COMPANY, Ltd., London; and all Booksellers. 17922 ADKIEL'S ALMANAC FOR 1904, contains VOICE OF THE STARS, ARTICLES ON WET SUMMERS, COMETS, &c., and Birthday Influences. N.B.— Zadkiel Foretold the Difficulties of the Government, the Decline in Consols, the Crisis in the Far East, See. The most useful Almanac extant. London: Glen & Co.. 14, Bed Lion Court, Fleet- street. Price 6d, by posted. 17921 ALWAYS RELIABLE. 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Coea Talywern, Duffryn. Gentlemen,— I am pleased to be able to bear testimony to the benefit I have received by taking Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters. I have been taking medicine from various, doc- WEAKNESS tors every spring for years past, WEAKNESS. and I was obliged to take medicine WEAKNESS, all last winter, but as I received little benefit I resolved to try Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters, and, though I have only taken three 2s 9d bottles, I am able already to go about. I have been suffering from weakness, &c. Yours truly, M. A. WILLIAMS. GWILYM EVANS' QUINTNE BITTERS. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. GWILYM EVANS' QUININf BITTERS. Testimonial. Broom-street, Birmingham. Dear Sirs,— I have suffered greatly during the past 12 months from Nerv- ousness and Weakness, and though several doctors have pre- NEBVOUSNESS. scribed for me, I received but NERVOUSNESS. little benefit until I was recom- NERVOUSNESS. mended to try Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters. I have already found great relief, and intend to persevere in its use, as I believe it will soon restore me to my usual health. Yours gratefully, J. REECE. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. GWILYM EVANS* QUININE BITTERS. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS, Beware of imitations. Ask for Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters," and see that you get it with the name" Gwilym Evans on the label, on the stamp, and on the bottle, without which none are genuine. SOLD EVERYWHERE. SOLD EVERYWHERE. SOLD EVERYWHERE. Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters is sold everywhere in bottles 2s 9d and 4s 6d each, or will be sent, i on receipt of stamps, carriage. tree, direct by THE SOLE PROPRIETORS > "QUININE BITTERS MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED, LLANELLY, SOUTH WALES, T>OSTiTL DBtlYERY OF THE "SOUTH WALES DAILY "NEWS." 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Per Quarter, post tree 0 9t 9 Per half-year 0:19 6 Per year 1 19 0 THERAPION.—This successful and t highly popular remedv, as employed in the Continental Hospitals by Bicord, Rostaji, Jobert Vepean, ana others, surpasses everything hitherto employed for impurity of the blood, spots, blotchesf pains and swellings of the joints, kidney, bladder, and liver diseases, gravel, pains in tffe back, stone, 1 gleet, nervousness, sleeplessness, &c. Therapion is prepared in three different forms, Nos. 1, 2, and 3, according to diseases for which intended. Full parti- cnIars send fltamped addressed envelope for pam- et to Mr B. JQtiWSQiU. Ho19squat:e. —n—■— — = liuatngss ->f,1iIIi/4." Tfil 7 "WORTH DOUBLE" Mr. W. HOWE, THE WRITTEN TESTIMONY Mrs. DAIFISON, "S'r.r.ll, OP THOUSANDS OF CLIENTS 1 "VXit, Write* nnAiiw iRfk ANSWERS THE QUESTION! H Grange-o*er-«andS, Writes on Aug. i&th- WHY PAY THE ORDINARY HEAYY PROFITS OF Writes— «I would not sell RETAIL FIRMS! EVERT ADVANTAGE A PUR H >" V"? 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"M8 BEATING A CHILD. Cardiff Father Summoned. Edmund John Thomas, who keeps a general shop at 170, Broadway, was charged at Cardiff on Tuesday with ill-treating his child Lucy, aged 6. Mr Cecil Brown (town clerk's office) prosecuted, and Mr Harold Lloyd defended. Frederick Falser, cab proprietor, said he was in his yard onrt hearda sound as of carpets being beaten, fol- .)tvecl by the screams of a child. He got up a ladder, and looking over the wall saw defendant beating his child on the buttocks with his hand in a cruel manner. The child's screams increased. Witness afterwards went into defendant's house and examined the child. it was black and blue and red from the shoulder blades downwards. He took the child to Roath Police Station. P.C. Prosser said he counted 14 red marks on the child. The flesh was swollen, and the blood was almost coming through the skin. Defendant said he asked the child three times to take off her boots, and she refused. She went out into the backyard, and he followed her and smacked her with his hand about nine times. He did not think he beat her excessively, thoaRhhe admi tted losing his temper. The Deputy Stipendiary (Mr Milner Jones) said he did not like interfering between parents and children, and he would con. sider his decision and announce it on Wednesday. The Cardiff Deputy Stipendiary on Wednesday gave his decision in the case in which Edmund John Thomas, who keeps a general shop at 170, Broad- way, Cardiff, was charged with ill-treating his daughter Lucy, aged six, by beating her in an excessive manner. Mr Milner Jones said the law was clear that parents and guardians were entitled to chastise children with moderation, but the occasion must be sufficient and the punishment of a kind suited to the misdeed and the age of the child, otherwise the assault could not be justified. In this case he found the punish ment was excessive, and must convict. Court Sergeant George Evans said in March, 1898, defendant was fined 58 and costs for assaulting bis wife, and in September of the same year he was sentenced to a month's imprisonment for assaulting his wife. The Deputy Stipendiary said on the previous day, while the case was proceed- ing, he came to the conclusion that defendant, as a rule, was a Tiincl father but these convictions for assaulting his wife altered the case. He im- posed a fine of 45, including costs, or one month's imprisonment. On the application of Mr Harold Lloyd, who defended, Thomas was allowed a week in which to pay the fine.
BREACHES OMVliNES ACT. Prosecution at Aberdare. At Aberdare on Tuesday Mr Humphries, owner of Nantmelyn Graig Colliery, and Rhys Roderick, manager, were summoned for breaches of the Mines Regulation Act. Mr Arthur Vachell (Messrs Vachell and Co., Cardiff) prosecuted on behalf of the Home Office, defendants being re- presented by Mr Kenshole, of Aberdare. Mr Vachell said there were in all 18 summonses, nine against the owner and nine against the manager. These included summonses for causing boys under 13 years of age to workunder- ground for not causing a copy of an abstract of the Act to be posted up at the colliery for not having the word station at the entrance to the mine for not having a register of the boys employed underground and for not putting np a notice showing the distance between the tim- bering in the colliery. Mr a. Dyer Lewis, inspector of mines, said he visited the colliery on the 10th of July and fonnd that boys under 13 years of age were em- ployed. No abstract of the Act or special rules were posted up. Witness, in reply to Mr Kensbole, said he could not say whether Mr Humphries had acted as under-manager since 1887. Witness said the new rules relating to timbering came into force last November, but he admitted that he had no cause to complain of the distance separating the props set up in the colliery. Mr Kenshole admitted the charge of employing five boys under 13, and as to there being no station at the entrance to the colliery, there was a sort of lodge which was used as a station. Three of the boys were sons of poor widows whose husbands had been employed by Mr Humphries. The summonses against Mr Roderick as to employing the boys were dismissed, and a fine of 11 and costs for each boy was imposed on Mr Humphries. Both defendants were fined iEl each and costs in connection with the other sum- monses.
£50 FOR AN INFORMER. Liabilities of Newspapers. In the King's Bench on Tuesday the Exchange and Mart was snad for the recovery of penalties for publishing an advertisement regarding a lost dog, which stated no questions would be asked if the dog was returned. The publication of such advertisement renders the publisher liable to a penalty of S50. payable to the informant, who in the case of newspapers must obtain the Attorney- General's fiat to take proceedings. The first' plaintiff. Mr Major, obtained the fiat and claimed one penalty, bnt Mr Wilkins.the becond plaintiff, proceeded without fiat, and claimed X150 for three infringements. Defendants argued the Exchange and Mart was a newspaper, and therefore Wilkins must fail but the latter's counsel contended the publication was struck off the list of newspapers in 1896. Counsel for Major argued the Exchange and Mart was a newspaper, so the interests of Major and defen- dant were identical, because if Wilkins succeeded Major failed. The Judge decided the publication was a newspaper, entering judgment for Major and deciding that Wilkins's case must "fail.
COAL TRAMS RUN WILD. Alarming Results at Pontypool. An accident which, fortunately, was not: attended with serious results occurred at the Glyn Colliery, Pontypool. A journey of three loaded trams were being drawn up an incline to the screens when the rope broke, and the trams, running wild, plunged into a column supporting the pipes conveying the steam to the air com- pressor and pumping engine. As a result, the pipes fell and were broken, and the steam escaped in large quantities. As the air compressors worked the hauling engine underground, the col- liery had to be stopped on Monday night, but it was expected work would be resumed on Tuesday evehing. About 500 men are employed at the colliery.
PERMITTING DRUNKENNESS. Bargoed Publican Fined. At the Caerphilly Police Court on Tuesday Mrs Susannah Mary Earle, of the Plasnewydd Hotel, Bargoed, was summoned for permitting dranken- ness. Mr T. J. Thomas, Bargoed, defended. Police-Sergeant Nicholls said that on Saturday night he saw a man named George Lewis drunk and staggering about, who went into the Plas- newydd Hotel. A minute afterwards witness went in with the intention of cautioning the de- fendant not to supply the man. Lewis was then leaning against the counter with a glass of whisky in front of him. Witness spoke to defendant and her husband. Mr Earle asked, Did you supply him ?" and she replied, Yes." Earle then went to the till and took three coppers from it, and gave them to Lewis, at the same time taking the glass of whisky away. Mrs Earle told witness she did not think the man was drunk. P.C. Smith corroborated, and Annie Kennard, a barmaid at the Hanbury Hotel, deposed that Lewis :bad a short time previously been refused drink on those premises in consequence of his intoxicated state. The defence was a denial of the man's drunken- ness, Mr Thomas submitting that Lewis was an aged man, somewhat weak on his legs, and having a peculiarity in shaking his head when walking. Mr and Mrs Earle, their niece, and Anne Conch, aged 12, who was serving behind the bar on the occasion, and David Williams, Joseph Evans, and Mrs Harriet White gave evidence for the defence. The magistrates retired, and on their return Mr Evan Owen annoanced that the case had been fully proved, and the defendant must be fined S5 and costs. On hearing this decision Mrs Earle fell to the floor in a fit, and was carried out of court. Mr Earle was called back, and Mr Owen said the magistrates considered it was disgraceful that young children of the age given there that day should be permitted to serve in a licensed honse. They would certainly take notice of such a thing at the next Licensing Ses- sions, and they hoped that other lioense-holdera will take note of this.
LIBERAL CONVERSAZIONE AT PONTYPOOL Col. Ivor Herbert on Mr Chamberlain's Policy. The Pontypool and district branch of the Liberal Social Council, which was formed in March last, held their first conversazione at the Town hall, Pontypool, on Mond&y evening. Mr B. Nicholas, Rockfield, Pontypool, presided, and the president (Mrs Nicholas) addressed the meet- ing on the objects of the society, viz., the pro- motion of social life among Liberals. Letters were read from Mr Reginald NcKenna, M.P., Mr W. Brace, miners' agent, and Dr. Garrod Thomas, J.P., Newport, regretting inability to attend. Colonel Ivor Herbert, the principal speaker, in dealing with the fiscal question, said the apostle of so-callad fiscal reform, Mr Cham- berlain, seemed to him to be a man who might be described as one in whose hands is mis- chief, and whose right hand is filled with pride." Mr Chamberlain was doing great mischief in dis- turbing the sentiment which bound the Empire together. Already that most loyal Colony, Canada, had sounded a note which seemed to him like danger. No less a person than the Prime Minister of the Dominion, a most loyal subject of the King, but a true Canadian, had said that rather than that their independence in fiscal matters should be interfered with it would be better to break away from the Empire. Snch a[ thing had never been said before, and if this; :was-not mischief he did not know what was.
On Tuesday an inquest was held at the Town Hall, Cardiff, before Mr Reece, coroner, on the body of Sydney Forcey (56) a machinist, who lived at 133, Woodville-road. Forcey was em- ployed in the fitting shop of the Rhymney Rail- way Co. Upon his return home from work on Monday night he went into the garden, and re- turning through the conservatory leading to the back room be suddenly fell and died. Some time ago he bad the misfortune to lose a leg. Dr. Morris was of opinion that death probably re- I sulted trom heart failure, and the jury returned verdict accordingly.
I VICAR'B BRID(IE 8 TORY. t Young Girl Victimised by Her Hostess. lj An extraordinary 11 bridge story appears injj the November number of the Clewer St. StepboD; (Windsor) Parish Magazine. A girl who wa^j just out," it runs, went tostav in a fashionable!! house. Bridge was played in the evening, which game she knew next to nothing, whethejll she was aware that points were being played '"HI I do not know, but when the evening's P'J"| was over she was astonished and horrified by announcement being made that she owed £ 40 her hostess. Naturally, she was quite pay the amount, and wrote to her ^at'ieE,Jh*a¥ came at once, paid the money, and carried on n> X daughter. One would like to know what he s* § to the hostess. This incident was told my broths t by people who were indignant about it, but who do not at all consider it wronpr to play for monej« and were at tbe time asking a lady caller clever player) how much she made a at bridge. It was a considerable sum. can hardly imagine a lady being so lost to right feeling as*to be capable of preying 1'* that upon a young girl in her charge. is only one safety, and that is never to play money at all." The Rev. G. D. Nicholas, vIcar of Ciewer St. Stephen, seen last nighfr, said that tlJe story was communicated to him by a lady whose name he is not at liberty to divulge. ge knows, however, that it is a perfectly bona fide story.
CAHMARTHEN QUARTER &?3:0NS. An impudent Prisoner. The Quarter Sessions for the county of the borough of Carmarthen were held on Monday "S Carmarthen Guildhall before the Recorder (W Arthur Lewis, barrister). John Edwards (35), a labourer, of no faed abode, pleaded guilty to entering Furnace Lodge- Tanerdy, on August 14th, and stealing a shirt, coat. a pair of trousers, and a clock. Mr Lloyd Morgan, M.P., appeared for tbe prose*50' tion. A conviction for housebreaking at Gre»* Yarmouth, for which he bad been sentenced SO three years' penal servitude, was proved Oiust the prisoner, who was at the time of the theft out, on ticket-of-leave. Prisoner handed io a written statement in which he said that the evidence given against him by a lad at the Police Court was untrue. It was, he said, a scandalons piece of business to allow a boy to come intO court to give false evidence, and be asked for justice, which he was quite as much entitled o a3 the Recorder would be if he fonnd himself *? a similar position in the dock. (Laughter.^ seemed.. disgraceful thing for a lad to be a-kod to come and tell lies, and even told to tell lies In the court; but, after all, that was what they called justice in this country in order to take advantage of a helpless stranger. (LanghtetJ He asked to be dealt with leniently, as he no ambition to go back to penal servitude. The Recorder, in sentencing the prlsonsrt4 nine months' imprisonment, said he was one of those people who were regular pests,p society*
DOCTOR CHARGED AS DESERTER. At Bow-street on Tuesday Wilham Munro AH" derson, house surgeon at Charing Cross Hospital" was charged with being an absentee from the London Imperial Yeomanry since 4aguat lat, 1903. Accused said he thought that a membec of the Yeomanry might purchase his discharge at any time. Some two months before the train' ing he wrote to the adjutant-general saying that he was willing to pay for his discharge, but the adjutant-general told him he did not kno" whether he could allow it. Not thinking that that was sufficient, he then wrote to his colonel, but had not received any reply. A telegram bad been received saying there was no officer avail" able at present to escort the accused to barra.c and Mr Marsham remanded the prisomeri ou bi!l own recognisances of £5..
ACTOR'S ADVENTURE. Nellie Paine (34), a laundress,giving an addr at Westminster, was charged on remand in London on Tuesday with stealing a belonging to Robert H. Howard. The prose- cutor, an actor, was passing along Camberwell New-road about midnight on the 19th inst., when the prisoner went up to him. and, it is alleged stole a sovereign from his waistcoat pocket. Tba prosecutor followed the prisoner and handed hot over to Police-constable Ward. The woman then denied that she had taken the money, ani the coin could not be found. Police-constable Jones stated that on the 17th March last he was present at the North London Sessions when the prisoner was sentenced to six months' hard labour for stealing a purse from the person after two pre. vious convictions for a similar offence. Mr Hop- kins sentenced the prisoner to three months hard labour.
ROWDYISM ON RHYMNEY RAILWAY. At Caerphilly on Tuesday Wm. Parfit, collier, of Senghenydd, was summoned for assaulting Herbert Hick3, the foreman porter at Caerphilly Railway Station. The evidence of Hicks showed that on the arrival of the last train from Cardifi on Saturday night he saw the defendant asleep in one of the compartments. He awoke him to ascertain where he was booked for. He was very drunk, and behaved in a very violent manner, striking him a blow in the eye. Railway Detec* tive Hughes corroborated, and said that on Satn** day and Thursday nights there cn ruffians from Senghenydd arriving.at Caerphilly* They were most anxious totsnppress this rowdy. jam. Mr E. Owen (the chairman) remarked that the Bench were determined to.assist the ra'lway companies in putting down this conduct. Defen- -dant was fined 40If f. d costs, or one month,
A meeting of the Abergavenny Athletic Asso- ciation was held on Monday evening, and it was decided to hold barrier runs'on Mondays and Wednesdays, to commence on Monday nest. leaving the-dressing-room*at 8.15 p.m. =:
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