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SOUTH Wale3 Propartv Gazette."—A Monthly Register o' Si'i'm, Ho ism, Lands, &c., to be Let or Sold in Wales, Monmouthshire, West of England, &c. 1,000 copies sent monthly, post free, to the leading inhabitants of Wales and Monmouthshire Insertions free. Copies post free from Messrs Hern end Pertwee. Estate Agents, Auctioneers, &c.. 74, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. 189 F EATHEllSF EA THERS FEATHERS FOR BEDS. Why bny common shoddy Wool Beds when yon oan get best ENGLISH FEATHERS at 5d per Ib, carriage Warranted dry and sweet. Feather Beds made Holder. Be d for samples and price list to 11 HANDY AND CO.. FEATHER MERCHANTS, 6061 WELSHPOOL. NORTH WALES. 114 iHisfillatuaits. A RTIFICIAL Teeth Bought.—We strongly advise .cL everyone to send to us any Artificial Teeth they may have for disposal. We make mosc liberal offers and are the largest firm of Dental Merchants in the world.—K. D. and J. B. Fraser, LÜ., Desk 123. Prinoes-st., Ipswich. Est. 1833. Refs. 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Stocks and Shares bought and sold. 24 PER CENT, allowed on current account balances, DEPOSITS of jElO and upwards received as under— Subject to ^months' notice of wlthdrawal.5p.c. per aDo •• 6 „ 6 „ „ M 12 „ „ 7 Special terms for longer periods. Interest paid quarterly. Owing to the natnre of our investments we are able to pay rates of interest on Seposits that will compare favourably with dividends paid on almost any class of Itock or shareholding,Insuring the saiety of capital. We have been established for 38 years, and our position In the banking world to-day testifies to the success of our business methods and to the satisfaction of our customers. Write or call for prospectus. 1165 A. WILLIAMS and H J. TALL, Joint Managers.53n jSlutun. £2 to £ 5.000 ADVANCED By Private Lender on simple Promissory Notes. No bills of sale taken, and absolute privacy guaranteed. 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HERN & PERTW'EE, Estate Agents. 74, St. Mary-street, Cardiff, are prepared to advance from £ 100 to £ 100,000 on Mortgage of Free- held or Leasehold Property, and from £ 50 to £ 1,000 011 I pemonsJ security. 36M X REACH OUT "\r And take hold of Good Health. j\. ALWAYS HAVE A BOTTLE OF rjYUDOR ^yiLLIAMS' PATENT JgALSAM OF HONEY. WHAT IT IS. TUDOR WILLIAMS' PATENT BALSAM OF HONEY is an essence of the purest and most efficacious herbs gathered on the Welsh Hills and Valleys in the proper season when their virtues are in full perfection, and combined with pure Welsh Honey. All the insjredients are perfectly pure. WHAT IT DOES, TUDOR WILLIAMS' PATENT BALSAM OF HONEY Cures Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup, and aii disorders of the Throat, Chest, and Lungs. Wonderful Cure lor Children's Coughs after Measles, It is invaluable to weak-chested men, delicate women, and children. It succeeds where aU other remedies fail. Sold by all Chemists and" Stores in Is, 2s 6d, and 4s 6d bottles. A great saving in purchasing the larger size bottles. WHAT IT HAS DONE FOR OTHERS. A Stipendiary and Magistrate in the County of Glamorgan remarks I feel it my duty to inform you that I have been using your Tudor Williams' Balsam of Honey in my family, which is a large one. for many years, and have "pro ved its great value, having used nothing else for Cough during Measles, Whooping Cough, and Bronchitis, and can highly recommend it to all parents for such complaints." YOU NEED NOT SUFFER. Disease is a sin, inasmuch that you act rightly, at the right time, it can to a great ex- tent be avoided. Here is the preventative. The first moment you start wpth Sore Throat take dose of fJlUDOR ^yiLLIAMS' PATEN i" JJALSAM [OF JJONEY. It has saved thousands, it will save you. It is prepared by a fully-qualified chemist, and is, by virtue of its composition, eminently adapted for all cases of Coughs, Colds, Bron- chitis, Asthma, etc.; it exercises a distinct in- ihience upon the mucous lining of the throat, windpipe, and small air vessels,so that nothing but warmed pure air passes into the lungs. THE CHILDREN LIKE IT. It's the product of the Honeycomb chemic- any treated to get the best results. THEY ASK FOR IT. Sodiffereut froan most Medicines. Nice to Take. Cures Quickly. Krir vocalists and public speakers it has no rqual, it makes the voice as clear as a bell. Sample Bottle sent (post paid) for Is 3d, 2" 9d, and 5s from the inventor, D. TUDOR WILLIAMS, K.S.D.E. Manufacturer— TUDOR WILLIAMS, M.R.P.S., A.S.Apth., Analytical and Consulting Chemist and Druggist by Examination. MEDICAL HALL, ABERDARE. 1108 MANFULNESS.—An interesting and M instructive Book can be had FREE describing a aaie, simple, and Scientific System which has been pouoiseil for over 20 years with urexampled success, toother with over 1,000 Testimonials giving absolute proof that the severest cases of N I'^RVOL'S EX- HAUSTION, DECAY OK VITAL FORCE, WASTING WAITRESS, VARICOCELE, etc., have been PER. MAJTENTLY CURED WITHOUT Stomach Medicine, Ilectricity, Change of Diet or Habits, Loss of Time or Occupation. A former sufferer writes It has made Hie agaiii worth living." Apply to-day enclosing two icmrnps for postage in plain envelope, and mention this paper.—A. J. Leigh, S2 and 93, Great Russell-street, London, W.C. 16625 S"W A N S E A O F F T C E^S OF THE SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS." No. 52, HIGH-STREET. public ÀmnStnunfl. CARDIFF. NEW THEATRE, CARDIFF. Sole Proprietor ROBERT REDFORD. EVERY EVENING at 7.30 and SATURDAY at 2, ^TILLIAM jyjOLLISON w w Iw.i. and MISS EVELYN MCNAY. 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FULLY PAID-UP SHARES, bearing a lixed rate of interest, payable half-yearly, or allowed to accn mulate. DEPOSITS received. Interest at 4 percent. per annum, payable half-yearly, or may accumulate. Prospectuses, or any further particulars, may be obtained on application to the Secretary, as above or to 189 Mr THOMAS WEBBER, District Secretary, Tower Chambers, Church-street, St. Jetan's- sqnare, Cardiff. ddnrotton. OUR 'BOARDRNG SCHOors (Ladies'), private, high-class. London, Surrey 17JOUR BOARDING SCHOOLS lis, Eastbourne, Brighton.—For information and prospectus kindly write or- ealLupon the Secretary (Miss GREEN), 97, New Bond-street. London, W. JNFLUENZA. TNFLUENZA. THE BEST JJEMEDY. GWILnI EVANS' QUININE JITTERS. TTtoasands of patients are down with "v f uenxa. 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Ji can hardly be doubted that the pr valem cf 1 hest and LLM4 ompiaints must be ascribed to the baneful influence of Imttuema, whose after-etfectsjo frequently take this form, It is Pneumonia that kills, and Pneumonia itrikes the man who imagines he has only a n.ild form of Influensa. Take in time a couns c I GWILYll VANS- QUININE JglTTERS TIIE BEST REMEDY. j I invaluable in cases Of Weakness, Indlgestloa, Nervousness, Loss of Appstite, Flatulence, Low Spirits, and Sleeplessness i B EWARE OF IMITATIONS. No Medicine has had so many imitators \» Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters, but the Pur- chaser has the remedy against such deceit ill Lis own hands. Note particularly the nams "Gwilym Evans" on the Label, on the Stamp, i »rr on the Bottle (a three-fold precaution), 1 without which aon* genuine, Kefuse ill r ethers. v| £ J_WILYM jgyVANS* ] QLTNINE JglTTERS. J pERPETUAL INJUNCTION. ferpetual In | unction hu been granted against )1. W. 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The Directors of the above Company are prepared to receive TENDERS for the SUPPLY of 30,000 tons, delivery of which to be spread over six months, or 60,000 tons delivery of which to be spread over twelve months, of best quality SOUTH WALES STEAM COAL FOR LOCO- MOTIVES, subject to specification, tj be delivered in eqnal monthly quantities, commencing from about 1st July, 1908, free of all charge, f.o.b. at shipping port. Form of tender and specification can be had on application to the undersigned. Tender, sealed and marked on cover, Tender for Steam Coal," addressed to the "Chairman, Broadstone Terminus, Dublin," to be sent through the post. and should reach him not later than Monday, 8th day of June, 1908. The Directors do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. By order, R. L. BADHAM, Secretary. Broadstone Terminus, Dublin, 26th May, 1908. 4509 II GRASSHOPPER OINTMENT AND PILLS. THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. 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South Wales News. University Settlement. On Thursday evening a very successful gymnastic display was given at the Settlement Hall by the pupils of Miss O. M. May in aid of the funds of the institution. The programme consisted of step-marching, Swedish mass- work, Morris dances, jnmping, &c., while a feature of the entertainment was an electric club display by Miss May. The rendering of the whole of the items reflected great credit upon the tuition of Miss May. The proceedings were presided over by Professor Burrows. Interval for Midday Meal. The ironmongers of Merthyr Tydfil have now had a week's experience of their experi- ment of closing their shops for an hour between 1 and 2 o'clock every day, in order to allow their assistants a proper interval for the midday meal. It has been found to work admirably, producing an advantage to the proprietors, and enabling them to always have their shops under responsible management, securing a great boon to the assistants, and inflicting no hardship upon customers, who have readily adapted themselves to the new circumstances. The example is now likely to be followed by other tradesmen. Scalded to Death, At Abercarn on Tuesday the Deputy Coroner for South Monmouthshire (Mr T. F. Bullen) conducted an inquest touching the death of an infant, Fred John Nippers, son of Mr Frederick Nippers, of JamesviJle, Cwmcarn, who died on the 19th inst. from scalds. A verdict of Death from shock due to scalds was re- turned. The Penygraig Suicide. An inquest was held at Penygraig onTuesday by Mr K. J. Rhys, coroner, on Sarah Williams, Hendrecafan-road, whose body was found suspended by a rope from a beam in an out- house on her brother's premises onSunday last. When the body was cut down it was formd that death had ensued some time before the discovery. The husband, Samuel Williams, stated that deceased had been depressed sinpe the death of a son about two years ago. A verdict of Suicide during temporary in- sanity" was returned. Burnt From Head to Foot. A Spanish workman, named Angola, was burnt from head to foot at the Dowlais furnaces on Tuesday evening. He was removed to the Merthyr Hospital, where he lies in a precarious state. Talbot Docks. On Tuesday afternoon a horse and waggon, belonging to Mr Forsdyke, Walnut Tree Hotel, Aberavon, fell into the Port Talbot Docks, and the animal was drowned before anything could be done to save it. The horse and vehicle were being employed in delivering ships' stores. Tramcars and Parcel Delivery. At a meeting of the Neivport Electrical Committee on Tuesday further consideration was given to the question of carrying parcels on tramcars. It was reported that the tramcar delivery of parcels was a success at Manchester and other towns, and had resulted in relief of the rates. The committee approved of the principle, but decided to make further in- qmries. The committee consented to receive aaeputation of the power station fitters to. discuss matters respecting their conditions of employment. Fell Off a Plank. When engaged painting the s.s Lomas at the Alexandra Dock, Newport, on Tuesday, Charles Detten, Raglan-street, fell off a plank to the bottom of the dry dock, and sustained injuries to his ribs. He was conveyed to the hQSiptaUor treatment- Run Over by Trams. Mr R. J. Rhvs held an inquest at Treharris on Tuesday on John Elias, aged 29,who died at his home, Victoria-terrace, Quaker's Yard, on the 21st inst. Deceased, who was a shackler at the Dowlais Cardiff Colliery, Abercynon, was run over by a journey of trams on the 19th inst., and sustained severe injuries. A verdict of Accidental death was returned. Singing Festival at Hirwain. On Monday the annual singing festival of the united Nonconformist chapels of Hirwain was held in the morning at Nebo, and in the afternoon and evening at Tabernacle. under the conductorship of Mr T. Glyndwr Richards, Mountain Ash. Salts of Lemon P A young woman, Nellie Dunnovon, wentinto the Patriot public-house at Merthyr on Tues- day, and whilst there drank some fluid, sup- posed to be salts of lemon, which she had carried in with her. She lost consciousness and was taken to the Workhouse Infirmary, where Dr. Ward treated her. Late Neath Solicitor. Mr Fred H. Kempthorne, son of the late Mr James Kempthorne, of Neath, died an hour after being seized with a fit at Dovercourt, Harwich, on Monday, at the age of 40. The deceased, who was formerly in practice at Neath as a solicitor with his brother, Mr Lewis J. Kempthorne, clerk to the Neath County Justices, held, until his health failed, the ap- pointment of clerk to the Briton Ferry Urban District Council. He was formerly an ardent athlete, distinguishing himself in cricket in the days when the Neath club was in the front rank. Maesteg Raft Fatality. Three lads were on a raft on the New Works pond. Maesteg, about noon On Monday, when oneot them, Cyril Davies (12), overbalanced and fell in. His companions shouted for help, but before assistance came the unfortunate boy had sunk. Hundreds of people at once sur- rounded the banks, and efforts were made to recover the body,which lies in 19 feet of water. Young Davies is the son of Mr David Davies, Gladstone-street. Maesteg. Shortly before 3 o'clock the body was recovered by George Beynon by means of grappling hooks. Dr. Sinclair and Dr. Bell Thomas tried in vain artificial respiration. Gelligaer District Council At a meeting of Crelligaer District Council on Monday, Mr. J. Aurelius presiding, Mr W. Hammond, Labour member, moved that the salaries and duties of the officials of the sur- veyor's department be revised. He stated that during the past few years the salaries bad advanced by leaps and bounds, and that, in comparison with the ratable value of other districts, the department was costing too much. Mr Walter Lewis, another Labour member, seconded. Mr Lewis Edwards moved a direct negative, which, after a somewhat breezy discussion, was carried by six votes to two. The Clerk read a letter from the surveyor complaining that Mr Hammond had given personal instructions to him in recommending him to engage a certain man for some work at Tirphil. Mr Hammond said his letter was I only in the way of a recommendation. The Rev. T. Rees protested against any individual member of the Council interfering with the Council's officials, whose duty it was to carry out the instructions of the whole Councii. After a sharp discussion between the surveyor and Mr Hammond the incident closed. The ¡ Medical Officer of Health reported several casas of scarlet fever at Pengam, and recom- mended the closing of the infant class and the temporary elementary school for three weeks.
CARDIFF. Mother's Spectacles.—Mrs Margaret Cook, Havelock-street, Cardiff, missed an Army shirt and a pair of spectacles, valued II together at 5s, and later learned that her son Edgard, age 15, sold the spectacles to a neighbour in HaveLock-street for 3d. The spectacles were stolen again from the neigh- bour by someone else. The shirt was bought by a Mr Wm. Thomas, the boy pleading poverty at home and saying he bad a brother who had been in the Army. The mother, who complained that her boy frequently slept out, gave him into custody herself. On promising to amend, he was bound over by the magis- trates on Tuesday. Public House Theft.—Henry Shellard was drinking a glass of beer in the Tennis Court Hotel, St. John-street, Cardiff, at mid-day on Monday when he felt a hand about his waist. Looking round he saw Eli Jenkins, whom he accused of robbing him. Jenkins denied it, but ran away, and Shellard chased and caught him. He had missed Is 9d. The two men came up together to P.C. Henry Davies in St. Mary-street, and Shellard gave Jenkins into custody for stealing Is 9d. Jen- kins said he had only Is 2d, which he produced, and denied the "robbery. Jenkins, who told the magistrates he had been three months under the doctor with his eyes, being nearly blind, was sent to prison for fourteen days.
CAERPHILLY. Fowl Smelt of Beer.—At Caerphilly on Tuesday Thomas Wallace (49), labourer, of Newport, was summoned by Thomas Tamplin, Rudry, with stealing two fowls. Evidence was given that the prisoner was seen to pick up a fowl on the road and twist its neck. The prosecutor said he dis- covered the second bird in a pond, and when taken ootof the water it smelt strongly of beer, having evidently been on the brewer's dray of which the prisoner was in charge. Wallace pleaded not guilty, stating that the fowls had been run over by the dray. A fine oi 10s was imposed. A Petty Charge.—Henry Wright (35), haulier, of Caerphilly, was charged with steal- ing a bag of sawd ust from the Llanbrdach col- liery. P.S. Evans stated that the presocution was made as the company had lost a quantity of tools from the colliery. The defendant said he meant no harm in taking the sawdust, which was for the purpose oi keeping the slugs away from the kidney beans. Defendant was discharged with a caution.
TREDEGAR. Baby Injured.-A Sirhowy boy, it was alleged, threw a stone at a companion, and by mishap struck a baby in the eye, seriously injuring it. The injured child, it was stated, was in Tredegar Hospital, and was not fit to undergo an operation. The case was adjourned for a month. The Court's Safe Keeping,-John Meredith, New Tredegar, was summoned for street betting at New Tredegar on the 13th inst. Mr L. H. Hornby, Newport, who is defending Meredith, was unable to attend, and the case was adjourned until June. 15th, defendant being admitted to bail in the sum of E20. Mere- dith applied for the return of JE17 19s 6d he had in his possession when arrested, but the magis- trates ordered £5 to be returned and the re- mainder retained until the case be heard. De- fendant You had better keep it all until then if I cannot have the lot. The Clerk: Very well. We will keep it safe. Married Woman's Application. — Sarah Evans, residing at Tredegar, applied for an affiliation order against Pendry Williams (42), a Tredegar haulier, Mr R. H. Spencer, Trede- gar, was for the applicant and Mr C. D. Lewis, Tredegar, defended. The woman admitted that her husband wasalive. The case was adjourned for a month.
SWANSEA. To Turn Over New Leaf.—At Swansea on Tuesday Bertie Williams was summoned by his wife for sureties of the peace. Complainant said an order against defendant for maintenance was made recently, and the following day he went to her mother's house, and said if she wanted money from him he would smash the windows, and would go to Dartmoor for her." They were married only in November. Defendant was bound over in £5 for six months, and in response to some advice from the Bench he promised to turn over a new leaf.
MERTHYR. Girl Too Good For Him.—At Merthyr on Tuesday an order for the usual amount in paternity proceedings was made against Frank Hopkins, a colliery rider, of Nash-street, Abercynon, in respect of the child of Emma Phillips, Oakland-street, Bedlinog. Mr F. P. Charles was for the complainant, and Mr Harold Lloyd, of Cardiff, for the defendant. Defendant, it appeared, went to America in August last promising to send for complainant and marry her it In got on weli. He wrote one letter to her from Twinbranch, West Virginia, but he did not reply to letters written by her. On his return to this country in April the pro- ceedings were started. The Stipendiary (Sir Marchant Williams) said he believed the com- plainant's story, and expressed the opinion that she was much too good for the defendant. Smart Penalties.—William Williams was found by P.C. Richards in Glebeland- street, Merthyr, at 11.10 on Friday night, drunk and creating a disturbance. The man declined to go home and struck the con- stable in the face, threw him down, and kicked him. As the constable was getting up, a woman -Mary Williams—struck him a violent blow in the mouth. The man was fined 10s md costs for being drunk and disorderly, and Z and costs, or a month, for the assault. The woman was fined 40s and costs, or a month, for assaulting the police. Neglected Wife and Child. -J. Hughes, Mer- thyr Vale, was summoned under the Vagrancy Act for neglecting to mainta in his wile and child. Defendant, in theopinjon of the guardians, was too lazy to work. He said that he had been working underground, but finding it too hot he got work on the surface. He failed to get anybody to look after his wife, and I had to stay home and look after the woman," he said. The Stipendiary sent him to prison for a month.
BLAENAVON\ Impugned Her Husband.-At Blaenavon on Tuesday Elizabeth Gertrude Toozer, a young married woman, was charged with stealing several articles of clothing, value 8s, the property of Charles Gibson, on April 29th. Bertha Gibson said she missed the articles from the clothes line. Defendant said that the clothes were given to her by her hus- band, but the latter denied this. She was bound over on probation for six months.
FIRE AT A PUBLISHER'S. Feared Loss of Mark Twain's MSS. Nfcw York, Saturday.-A fite broke out about midnight on the extensive premises of Messrs Harper and Bros., the well-known pub- lishers, in Franklin-square. There are stored in the building thousands of valuable manu- scripts and drawings, the former including the work of Mark Twain, W. D. Howells, Mary E. Wilkins, and others, and it is feared that a large number of these have been destroyed or damaged.-Central News. )
PLAYING WITH FIREARMS. THE SAUNDERSFOOT TRAGEDY. Boy's Story at the Inquest. On Wednesday Mr John Roberts, Deputy Coroner for South Pembrokeshire, held an in- quest at SaundersfoOt touching the death of Albe t Reginald Davies, nine years old, son of Mr David Davies, postman, who was accident- ally shot by a comrade, William Jenkins, while playing near Railway-street on the after- noon of May 13th, and died from lockjaw re- sulting from the gunshot wounds on Tuesday last. Major J. J. Glascott was foreman of the ury. From the evidence it appeared that Mr Davies's house is adjoined by a stable occu- pied by the elder brother of the lad Jenkins, and Mr Davies stated that he had often been frightened at the shooting which took place at the stable. On this afternoon two girls employed at Saundersfoot as servants were coming up from the beach with some children, and on the green near the stable they saw tho two boys playing ball. They also saw Jenkins with a gun. They turned to go away, leaving Jenkins standing by the stable door, and Davies at the corner of the house, but they had not gone many steps when they heard a sht,o and saw Davies running towards his home. William Jenkins, who was cautioned by the coroner before giving his evidence, stated that he was 14 years of age. He had not been asked many questions before he burst into tears. He said that the gun was his brother's, and he found it in the stable. What he did was in fun. When he took the gun up he examined the right barrel and found an empty cartridge in it. He did not look at the other barrel because he thought the cartridge in that was empty also. He did not load the gun. He bad never fired a gun before, and had no inten- tion of hooting anybody. Dr. W. Evans, who attended the deceased, stated that the lad had just recovered from a severe liiness, wnien nad. weakened his con- stitution and made him more liable to lock- jaw, the symptoms of which began to appear about the ninth day after the accident. The jury returned a verdict of Accidental death," but added a rider censuring the owner of the gun forl caving the weapon loaded in the stable.
DRAY-HORSE'S MAD CAREER. EXCITEMENT AT CANTON. Considerable commotion was caused in Cow- bridge-road, Cardiff, on Wednesday by a run- away horse, one person at least having a very narrow escape from serious injury. One of Messrs Hancock's delivery drays was standing outside the Castle and Ball public- house shortly after 2 o'clock when the horse bolted at a passing car. The animal dashed off at a terrific pace, and dashed into the window of the shop of Mr Chamberlain, butcher, tearing down the sun blind, splinter- ing the woodwork of the doorposts, and caus- ing bottles and boxes to be strewn about the road. Continuing its mad career, the horse struck across the road in front of the car the passing of which had originally startled it. The driver pulled up. but not in time to save the front of his car from being badly bulged. The horse then made for the fish shop of Mr Phillips, in the doorway of which it slipped, and lay struggling until Mr Phillips and the driver, who had now arrived on the spot, pacified the animal and got it on to its feet again. A woman crossing the road had a narrow escape. Seeing her danger she tried to avoid the on "Coming animal, but in her hurry slipped almost under its feet, just managing to crawl away on all fours as the dray careered by. A lady passenger on the top of the car. was somewhat shaken and had to be taken into a shop at hand, but fortunately no one was seriously injured. The horse escaped with a cut leg.
A DETAIL. SCENE AT A MERTHYR COMMITTEE. At Merthyr Water Works Committee on Wednesday the Engineer reported that a 3- inch meter had been installed at the Merthyr Workhouse,with the result that a consumption of more than 60,000 gallons per day was shown. The discussion that ensued caused a scene. Mr Arthur Daniel said that this was a serious matter, and moved that the Union authorities should be asked to immediately take steps to reduce the consumption of water within reasonable limits, or to pay for what was con- sumed. The resolution was seconded. Alderman David Evans said that the object would be met by asking the Workhouse authorities to shut off all taps and then to see whether the meter recorded any water pass- ing through it. Mr Daniel suggested that that was a detail which it was not the duty of the committee to consider. Alderman Evans Yes, a detail. But you could not think of it. Mr Daniel I don't think members should have to come here to listen to remarks of that kind, and I do think that you, as chair- man, should prevent me being insulted by Alderman Evans. The chairman said nothing, but put the re- solution, and having seen it passed proceeded to the next business, and the scene ended.
A SERIES OF CHARGES. George Banfield (33), alias Fred Barrett and George Burrows, was brought up on remand on Wednesday (before Messrs J. H. Cory and W. T. Symonds) at Cardiff on charges of stealing food and lodgings from Mary Ann Lucas, Elizabeth Price, and Neal Hale. There were other charges of stealing a silver watch belong- ing to Sidney Thomas Bridgeman, and 8s 3d in money while lodging with Mary Ann Lucas at Windsor-road, also a silver watch and gold keeper ring, the property of Mrs Elizabeth Price in Picton-place. The prisoner represented in one case that he had seen Supt. Hayward and that Tie was about to join the Cardiff Police Force, in another that he had come to the city on a job for Messrs Babcock and Wilcox, engineers, and in the third that he was employed at the Dowlais Iron Works. Prisoner was committed to the Quarter Sessions for trial.
CARDIFF CYMNIRODORION. Votes of Congratulation. The Council of the Cardiff Cymmrodorion met at the University College on Wednesday night, Dr. R. Prichard, the vice-president, in the chair. The secretary (Mr HuwJ. Huws) reported that the society was in a flo urishing condition, and the members numbered 1,200. The treasurer (Mr T. Lovell) said that the accounts showed a turnover of JE517, the highest revenue the society had ever secured, and after the liabilities had been met there was a small balance on the right side. Mr T. Hurry Riches was congratulated upon his re-election as president of the Institute of Civil Engineers, and a vote congratu- lating the Right Hon. D. Lloyd George was passed upon his appointment to be Chan- cellor of the Exchequer. Other matters of a .routine character were discussed.
SINGING FESTIVALS. Fishguard. The annual singing festival of the Welsh Baptist churches of the Fishguard district was held at Hermon Welsh Baptist Chapel on Tuesday'. There was a very large attendance of choristers from Llangloffan, Harmony, Goodwick, and Fishguard. Mr E. Anthony," Goodwick, was the conductor. Presidents Rev. J. S. Davies, Goedwig; Rev. W. Rees, Harmony and Rev. If an Davies, Llangloffan. Llanwrtyd Wells, The annual singing festival of the C.M. churches of the Llanwrtyd Wells district, comprising Llanwrtyd, Llangammarch, Tir- abbot, and Cefngorw^ydd, was held in the Cefn- gorwydd Chapel on Tuesday. There was a good attendance, and the singing was of a high order. The conductor was the veteran Mr John Thomas, Post Office, Llanwrtyd Wells.
AIDING AND ABUTTING. UNUSUAL CHARGE AT ABERGAVENNY. At Abergavenny onWednesday'Jas. Lewis, a collier, of Cwm, was summoned for aiding and abetting a man named William Pritchard, who was drunk whilst in charge of a horse and trap at Llanfoist on May 14th. P.C. Gub 1 said that Pritchard was fined at the last court for being drunk whilst in charge of a horse and trap. Pritchard was allowed to proceed on his journey on condition that Lewis, who was sober at the time, should take charge. Lewis admitted in court that he took the reins and drove for about 200 yards, and then handed the reins back to Pritchard, who drove the re- mainder of the distance home. The Bench announced that as this was the first case of its kind they had decided not to convict.
GRATITUDE TO THE POLICE. It is seldom police officers are shown any gratitude by prisoners, but Sergeant Bowen, Pontygwaith,was paid a neat compliment by an .9 old lady from the dock at Pontypridd Court on Wednesday. The defendant, Sarah Davies, who has no fixed abode, became very trouble- some through over-indulgence in drink. He has been very kind to me, he has," said Davies, alluding to the officer. I have been trying to make a suicide,' and if it had not been for him I would not be a live woman to. day. I don't want to drown myself," added the prisoner. The Union is the best place for me." There being a list of previous con- victions, defendant was tined 20s, or 14 days.
PRICE OF BREAD. The leading, bakers in Pontypridd display notices on their carts this week, notifying a reduction of Id on the 41b. loaf. The existing price is 5d per quartern loaf.
.1 THE WEEK'S MARKETS. rO Newport, Wednesday.—Barley 3d dearer: ;i maize and oats unchanged from last week. VcfJJji* English wheat on oU'er foreign wheat. 9d 10 1s Glasgow, Wednesday.—There is little bl,nc,:S:ùls Gloucester, Saturday.—.English whcij ,:1 ply, and unchanged—reds 33s 5d to 54s 6a. wi'r, jT 6d to 35s. Foreign wheat dull at practical". < altered prices—Plate, 38s 9d; Russian 6d deA 40s, Manitobas 3d down, at ;4s. Maize d Hate. 27s 6d. IBessarabian, 27s 6d. Barley 6-1 23s 3d. Oats unchanged—black 13s cd to ^93. A 20s to 21s, Weather line. CATTLE. Usk, Monday.—The ordinary fortnightly was he'd to-day, when there was a l'air and supply, and business was iairl v brisk. The in? were the quotations :—B?st beef 6d to 61d p« » second finality 5^d to 6d wether mutton 8td IP ewe ditto 7d to 3d, lamb lOid to lid veil 8ia ||t per lb cows and calves £ 12 to £ 13, yearlings glj i-12, two-year-olds £ 11 to £ 16, sows and .M> ollj £ 10 strong stores 35s to 45s each three 18s t? 20s, weaneers 16s to 18s each; heavy-* g&B porkers 8s od to 9s a score, light ditto 9s to 95 I baconerr, 8s to 3s 6,1 Per score. t go- Roath (Cardiff), Tuesday.—There was a shor ply of rattle to-day in slow request. Sheep and "zjijM a good supply in fair demand. A choice suPP"j*B calves and pigs enough for requirements. m tions :—Choice steers and beiiers. 653 6d to cwt. second lots. 60s to 63s per cwt. cows andJ™M s 5Ss to 5os per cwt. choice wethers, 9d to 9id 1^»} in the wool shorn wethers. 81d to 8M per lb, e to 7Ja per lb. lambs, lOd to lid per ib. calves, 9d per lb. choice porkers, 10s 6d to 10s 9d per ?Kj for small weights second lots, heavy weights, jBi to 10s per score baconers, 9s to 9s 6d per JKf short supply of beef in the carcase market in quest. Mutton and lamb in good supply in so quest. A few carcases of pork. Quotations or ox or heifer beef, bjd to 6Jd per lb. second to 6Jd per lb. hindquarters, 7d to 7^d per lb- j ««■ quarters, 5d to 5id per lb. wether mutton, 8d tol0JM per lb. ewe ditto. 6 £ d to 7d per lb. lamb, 9d to per lb. pork, about 6}d per lb. Newport, Wednesday.—Short, supply of Large supply of sheep, lamb and calves good a nj<rl ance of buyers'. Very brisk trade all round.I tations :—Best beef, Vd to 7 £ d seconds, 6id ;%j;| 5}d to 5Jd shorn wethers. Sd to 8Jd ewes. 6Vd W' jgjl lamb, 10;d calves, 7d to 9d porker pigs, 9s 6d w a per score. I FAIR. ot Rhayader, Wednpsday.—Very few cattle offer, but there was a fairly large supply of sheep, and a spirited trade. Prices in the departments were :-Cows with calves. E12 to 30 yearling bullocks. £ 6 to £ 9 wether hogs, 24s W! p apiece hojrs and Iambs, 3Js to 40s smaU pigs, 2'$f 24s fresh butter, Is per lb. eggs, 18 for Is sPj#> chickens, 4s to 4s 6d per couple fowls (live), 3s 4s 6d and fowls (dressed), 3s Gd to 4s 6d. PROVISIONS. Ml Carmarthen, Saturday.—The make of buttit A greatly increased several hundred casks on were soon disposed of at from lO^d to lid per lb. i expect another big supply next week. Quality eV^ lent. CHEESE. I Newport, Wednesday.—Supply, sight, tons a m § attendance, good demand. Caerphillies, 33s I fancy dairies, 44s to 46s truckles, 56s to 60s Ched"^ I 68s; Derbies, 60s to 63s. ■ HIDE, SKIX, FAT, AND WOOL. I Rhondda, Pontypridd, and Aberdare 1 Tallow, and Wool Company, Limitel. TreKjjXlLlla Saturday.—Hides—Ox hides, 951bi aal ordinaryflayei, 3i-d. oerfact ilaye ljjd UidHH 3gd, 3 £ d. 751b? to 84lbj, 33-d, 3Jlf 651b? to 7410). ill 3 £ d; 56!bj to641b», 3 £ d, ijd; 5altH and under, '-I heavy cows, 2jd, 3d; light cows, 2 £ d, 3d; (j 2id cuts and warbled, 2d to 3d. Horses, IA 9s, 6s. Calf, 171b. and upwardi, 5d 91b to S) I 6d; light, 6d; flawed, 4Jd. Lambs, 2s, Is 6d, pelts, Is 3d, Is, 8d. Fat—best sweet cleaO, < seconds, lid; common, lid. Salt. 2s per cwt. |
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