musical Instrmtunts. F you want i Piano oc Organ ÙO na be penuader1 by any 'ntre.;te 1 neriO, to p\lrcha. unt'l youliavs ascertainedLne extraordinary value we ara of jriti. You will!ave many pounds, be most liOirally treatel. and get .tle easiest p0:3ibl terms by purC!la.3in.; lroiU WI. Duck. Son. and Pinker. The Ureat Piano Merchant?. Pultney Uridge. Bath, and at Bristol. Catalogue and book of 11Jvice tree Name ttrs paper. D'AT,MAINE'S PIAOS AND ORGANS^ CLEARANCE SALE. 9 Guineas.—American Orcan, Santley Model, equal to new (list Priee 15 guineas). 11 stops, inclùding 2 knee stops, also glorious vox celeste and homana high case church organ affects. Large selection of other styles from 5 to 120 guineas. -f X Guineas.—" Duchsss Model Piano (list price 30 JL«J guineas) only slightly used full upright grand 7 octaves check action full trichord celeste pedal; approval free. Very great bargain. /"V Guineas.—Nearly new60-guinsa model, full concert. &\J grand overstrung, steel frame underdamper Piano rich purr walnut case; accept 20 guineas cash; easy tenns arranged warranted for 20 years; full price allowed if exchanged foc one of higher value; approval 7 days. carriage free. Several Second-hand Pianos from £ 8 cast. D'ALMAINX'S (estbd 1785), 91. Finsbury Pavement. Moorgate-street. London. E.C. Open till 7 p.m. Sats. 3. IBirgcUs and 1909 Dun lop. Clincher, Palmer Tyres. Covers from 3s 6d L Air Tubes with valyes. 2s 3d each; Free Wheels, Chains. Sc. lists free; A. Gorton, Manufacturer, Wolverhampton. 478 JViON glCYCLES 5s OIl CASH OK 15s WITH ORDER AND 10s PER MONTH. Gold-li1;1ed frames, plated rims ball free wheel. 2 roller ie^r brakes, plated lamp bell. pump, spanners, oil can, repair outfit: fully guaranteed first-grade tyres, packed in crate ifreei ■ carriage paid guaranteed 4 years; 10 daYi for trial and approval. 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Cardil. 13938 rf-'HK OLD ESTABLISHED PROVINCIAL UNION JL BANK continues to lend immense sums daily, from £10 to £5.000 on Note of Hand alone or other Security, at a few hours'not<oe. to all classes in any part of England 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 busine8 in the Kinadom. Thousands ofoui rcarulac customers have expressed Lbelr entire satisfac- tion in repeated transactions with uø. If desired one of our officials will attend at your residence at once with cash, and carry oat the advance THERE and THEN. Call or write (in confidence) to the Manager. Mr STANLEY DOWDING. 1. Queen-square. Bristol. 003 MESSRS S. HERN PERIGEE. Estate Agents. 74] ULa. Ei. Mary-street. Cardiff, are prepared to advance irom £ 100 to £ 100.000 on. Mortgage erf Freehold or Leasehold Property, and nam £ 50 to iXJXO an personal security. 5664 THE WAY OF THE WORLD is usually a shrewd common-sense way, particularly in the matter of medicinal treatment. While it is always ready to give a sympathetic hearing to new theories relating to pathology and medicine, it sticks tenaciously to the good old estab- lished preparations that have been proved to possess the undoubted virtue of curing. Sixty years ago public opinion found in Beecham's Pills a medicine for every form of bilious and dyspeptic trouble, and though numerous methods of dealing with digestive disorders have been advanced since then, it still pins its faith to the old dcacioos medicine. Every year it expresses its vote of confidence in Beecham's Pills by buying over 6,000,000 bases. Popularity is one of the undoubted indications of quality. If you are suffering from any digestive disturbance remember that Beec ham's Pills are the most popular family medicine, the most popular because effective cure for digestive disorders in the world. Thousands have derived benefit from them and the likelihood is that you will derive benefit also. The wisest course therefore IS TO TAKE gEECHAM'S JpiLLS- Sold £ verywhere in boxes, price Is lid (56 pills) and 2s 9d (168 pills). PIGS FOR BACON I We are always open to bay-prime quality pigs from 6ac. 101b. to lOse. 101b. Prices and Terms on appHcxtfon. Killings every day. Chequa PosUd on day oj killing. CHAS.&THOS. qARRIS & Co., Ld. Bacon Curers, CALlE, Wilts. Buying Agents wanted wilen Mt already appointed. R. J. HEATH & SONS, SOLE AGENTS FOB BECHSTEIN. BROADWOOD, BLUTHNER, ERARD, SCHIEDMAYER, NEUMEYER, WALDEMAR, Etc., THE ORCHESTRELLE PIANOLO CO. ALSO STOCK pIANOS BY BRINSMEAD, HOPKINSON, COLLARD, IBACH, STEINWAY, Etc. ORGANS BY MASON & HAMLIN, Etc. FROM JQ/0 MONTHLY. ——— 1066 CARDIFF. PONTTPRIPD. PENARTH. & PORT TALBOT. Hat. TeL, Cardiff, 2199. Pontypridd,21. Jluhlit }.mnSfuunfS. CARDIFF. NEW rji HEATRE, CARDIFF. Sole Proprietor .ROBERT REDFORD LAST TWO WEEKS OF THE SEASON. EVERY EVENING at 7.30 and SATURDAY at 2. WELCOME REVIVAL OF THE EVERGREEN COMEDY— CHARLEY'S AUNT. Preceded by The Colour Sergeant." NEXT WEEK— Special and exclusive engagement of the well-known London Actor, MrC. W. SOMERSET, in the SORROWS OF SATAN. Box Office at Theatre, 10 to 5. Nat Tel., Cardiff, 376. Jlotios. CANCER HOSPITAL (Free), Fulham- road, London. S.W.—PATENTS SEEN DAILY on their own application at I o'clock. Funds urgently needed for general expenses and for the Research Department. 19615 Secretary. Fred W. Howell I N°W IS THE TIME, N°W IS THE TIME. N°W IS THE TIME. AT THIS SEASON OF THE YEAR NO ONE SHOULD BE WITHOUT GWILYM jg VANS' gITTERS. It is recommended for indiges- tion in ita different forms, such as sick headache, heartburn cramp, flatulency, sense of fulness, and oppression after eating, drowsiness, and pains in the region of the heart. GWILYM VANS' BITTERS. It is, without exception, the best remedy for Depression of Spirits and Melancholy. It is strongljt, recommended for nervous diseases, such as undue anxiety, depond- ency, fainting fits, neuralgia, and nerve pains generally. GWILYM JITTERS. It has successfully treated, after all other known preparations had failed, severe cases of affection of the chest, such as common colds, bronchitis, asthmatic colds short- ness of breath, influenza, &c. GWILYM "prVANS' JJITTERS. It purifies and enriches the blood, and is a healthy and safe tonic. It should be taken by all who are delicate, as it strengthens the system, and by so doine assists nature, thereby promoting good health. GWILYM Jg VANS' JJITTERS. To children growing, and to people suffering great weakness, either after an illness or through long confinement in ill-ventilated rooms, or any other cause, it is most valuable. GWILYM Jg VANS' JJITTERS. When you ask for Gwilym Evans' Bitters see that you get it. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, with the name Gwilym Evans on BEWARE OF IMITATIONS the label, on the stamp, and on the BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, bottle, without which none are genuine* In- dignantly refuse sub- stitutes, and insist upon having » GWILYM JTVANS' gITTERS. This world-famous pre- SOLD EVERYWHERE paration issold everywhere SOLD EVERYWHERE in bottles 2s 9d and 4s 6d SOLD EVERYWHERE each, or will be sent direct, carriage free, from the sole Proprietors— QUININE BITTERS MANUFAC- TURING CO., LTD. MINCING-LANE, LLANELLY, SOUTH WALES. GWILYM jglTTERS. Perpetual injunction has been granted against M. W. James, PERPETUAL INJUNCTION Llanelly, with costs, PERPETUAL INJUNCTION restraining him from PERPETUAL INJUNCTION passing off his goods as Gwilym Evans' 1—2e012 Quinine Bitters, Ltd. XSTOP ONE MOMENT V OH DEAR. DOCTOR, MUST MY DARLING PIE, THERE IS VERY LITTLE HOPE, » BUT TRY rjlUDOR LOAMS' g ALSAM OF H 0 N E Y. It 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 Pore Welsh Honey. All the ingredients are perfectly pure. IJIUDOR ^TILLIAMS' B A L S A M OF H 0 N E Y Cures Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup, and all disorders of the Throat, Chest, and Lungs. It is invaluable to Weak-chested Men, Delicate Women, and Children. Wonderful Cure for Children's Cough, after Measles and Whooping Cough. It succeeds where all other remedies fail. I IT SOOTHES WHIljE IT CURES. Thousands of people have written us testifying to its marvellous curative properties. For Vocalists and Public Speakers it is a Real Blessing—it prevents hoarseness and sore throat, and keeps the voice as clear as a bell. Try it. You will not regret it. ITS HEALING POWER IS MARVELLOUS No House Should be Without Ik See that You Get the Genuine Article. TUDOR WILLIAMS' PATENT BALSAM OF HONEY. So Many Imitations and Frauds. Sold by all Chemists and Stores, la, 2a 6d, and 4s 6d bottles. Great saving in purchasing the large bottle. Sample bottle sent (post paid) for Is 3d, 2s 9d, and 5s, from the Inventor, D. Tudor Williams, R.S.D.L. This preparation is not a quack Medicine, but of 36 > ears' standing, prepared by Scientific Chemists and Druggists. Manufacturer:— TUDOR WILLIAMS, M.R.P.S., A.S.Apth., London Analytical and Consulting Chemist and Druggist by Examination, Medical Hall, Aberdare. 1019 CARDIFF ADVERTISING, BILL- POSTING & CIRCULAR DISTRIBUTING COMPANY. LIMITED. OFFICES and WORKS. 1. PARK-STREET, CARDIFF. Manager-FRANK H.SIMPSON. Proprietors of the Principal Stations in Cardiff and neighbourhood. Contractors for all descriptions of Advertising, Circular Distributing, etc. ¡ AWorders promptly attended to. 1005 dipping gatirts. B g UMMER TOURS TO GLASGOW, FIRTH OF CLYDE, Y SCOTTISH HIGHLANDS, BELFAST, PORTItUSH. NORTH OF IRELAND, ISLE OF MAN, „ From BRISTOL, CARDIFF, SWANSEA, and NEWPORT. CIRCULAR TOUR to Glasgow, Edinburgh, E London, &c. Guide Book and all particulars Free from A ALEXANDER GREGOR, 19722 13, BUTE-CRESCENT, CARDIFF. CANADIAN pACIFIC L INE. FAST Weekly service from Liverpool. Un- LINE TO surpassed accomodation at moderate piiiTjn » fires. Immigrants met at Liverpool uain AUA. bv C.P. officials. For Sailings, pamph- lets and information as to opportunities in Canada apply to 18, St. Augustiue's-parade, Bristol, or Locai Agents everywhere. 19613 apply to 18, St. Augustiue's-parade, Bristol, or Locai Agents everywhere. 19613 ABE RDEEN TINE FROM LONDON TO JLi AUSTRALIA. Via Plymouth, Tenerife, and Capetown. •MORAVIAN june 8 *SALAMIS Aug. 3 MARATHON (tw. sc.) PERICLES (tw. sc.) July 7 Aug. 28 .Carries third-class passengers only. NEXT SAILING—ss. Moravian," .8th June, carries ONE CLASS of passengers only, unrivalled accommodation ^outside cabins amidships. Fares from £18 to Melbourne and Sydney. Apply to LOCAL AGENTS or to GEO. THOMP- SON and CO., Ltd., 7, Billiter-square, E.C., or to HICKLE, BORMAN, GRANT and CO., M.Waterloo- place, S.W. HITlC STAR LINE.—LIVERPOOL to AUSTRALIA, eallin? at iSouth Africa). Al RIC. 11,948 toni July 1 SUEVIC, 12,531 ton3 July 2J PERSIC, 11,974 toni Aug, 26 RUNIC, 12,432 tons Sept 23 The accommodation oa theie twin-screw steamers comprises smoking, reading, and dining: rooms. Fares.—To Australia, III to JE30 to Capetown, I. 15 15% to £;4 )1. Fcr further particulars apply to Locil Agents or to Ism»y, Amrie and Co., Liverpool. Southa-nptoa, L, Cockspur-street, S. W., ani 3i, Le&deaiiAll-straot. i.e., Loudon. (BDitraaon. JJ OLID AYS IN THE JJARZ I BY THE British hoydi mail Route, Via HARWICH and the HOOK OF HOLLAND. CORRIDOR VESTIBULED TRAINS ALONGSIDE the Steamers. TURBINE STEAMERS. WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY and S rBMARINE SIGNALLING on the G.E.R. steamers. Send post-card to the Conti- nental Manager, G.E.R., Liver- poo-st. Station, London, E.C., for descript ive illustrated pam- phlet (free). 197.3 SUMMER H OLIDAYS. IMPORTANT TO READERS. « THE gOUTH WALES J^ AILY NEWS IS ON SALE AT T&E FOLLOWING HOLIDAY RESORTS EACH MORNING :— ABERYSTWYTH. W. H. 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JELLY In the same way that the resilience of the tyre pre- vents jolting when motor- ing, so does Redfern's Navy Rubber Heel when Walking. From Boot Repairers everywhere. Write for Booklet. Redfern's Robber Works, Hyde. The flavour and aroma of gravy made with osai Gravosal do credit to the be$t cook and the best tab I e. Jd.1 GlPaC JCtS SanrpU fret 0.. mentioning nam* aM add, us øfGrour to IINCOY TRADING 00 Cardiff PAINE'S BILLPOSTING SYNDI- CATE. i tji Aberdare, Hirwain, Mountain Ash, and District. Z. ANDREWS, Secretary. Oflim- 1015 NEW THEATRE, ABERDARE. I ^public llfltias. IRattonal pageant of Wales, OABDIJF, JULY 26th to AUGUST 7th. < » ———————————————— PERFORMANCES First Week, 2.30 p.m. Second Week, 7.30 p.m. Two Performances on Saturdays and Bank Holiday THRILLING EPI ODES Storming of the CastJe by 200 D.stinguished Footballers, including all the great W- Ish Internationals. Magnificent Fir^works^ Displays by Messrs Brock, of the Crystal Palace 5,000 PERFORMERS. BAND OF THE ROYAL MARINES. PRICES OF RESERVED SEATS, 2/6, 5/ 7/6, 10/6, ORDINARY ADMISSION, Booking Office Now Open, v A. W. SWASH, Hon. Secretary, Pageant House, Cardiff. -Bi.'Î11.:BI:æ5J:' Altbough 11 Skipper" Sardines might well be served to a king, their cost is very trifling. A 6d. tin is sufficient 0 for three or four persons. "Skipper" Sardines are about the most inexpensive luxury that you could place upon your table. "Skippers" have a charming flavour-quite different from all ordi- nary Sardines. Ask gently but firmly for "Skipper" Sardines. If your grocer does not stock them, send us his name I and address and enclose sixpence in stamps. We will post you a sample package of twenty fish post free. ANGUS WATSON & CO. (Dept.No.i), Newcastle-on-Tyne. "I.n.R. C —MM—iiiimwii tu«i»niii ii mi MEND YOUR OWN HARNESS Send for Llt. I Belts, Portmanteaus and goods of Leather, Sheet iron or fin with Patent BIFURCATED RIVETS, J No need to send out your Harness. Halters, Belts. 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THE WEEK'S MARKETS. .J. CORN. Gloucester, Saturday.—English wheat in smal supply and prices unchanged—reds 43s to 44s, whites 43s 6d to 44s 6d per quarter. Foreign wheat nn. changed—Plates 45s 6d Russians 43s 6d to 45s Manitobas 47s. Maize unchanged—Plate 29s 6d flat 28s at Bristol. Bar ley unchanged at 22s 3d. Oats 6d dearer-black 21s 6d to 22s 6d white 23s to 24s. Weather dull. Newport. Wednesday—Modoate business, prices generally firm. Wheat was firmeT on the week owing to a big Continental demand. llour was firm at full prices and in some instances 6d per sack dearer An the week. Maize was firm and unchanged somrnewlv arrived Plate samples were in excellent condition and selling freely. Barley and oats were unchanged. CATTLE. Builth Wells, Monday.—The market to-day was well supplied with stock, and there was average demand. | Prevailing rates were ;-Cows with calves, E12 to E14 barreners, S10 to £12; two year old bullocks, E12 to E13. 10s 11 year old bullocks, £ 10 to Ell year- ling bullocks. S7 to C9 black-faced ewes and lambs, 35s to42s per couple; Welsh ewes and lambs. 25s cart pigs, 20s to 22s beef, 6 £ d per lb. mutton 8d; lamb, 9d to lOd; veal, 7Jd hye 4s 6d to 5s per couple trussed fowls, 4s 9d to 5s 6d butter, 11 per lb. eggs, 16 for is. Roath (Cardiff), Tuesday .—A short supply of cattle to-day in slow request. Sheep and lambs, a fair supply in steady demand. A few calves, and pigs enough for requirements. QuotationsChoice steers and heifers, 63s to 65s 6d per cwt. second lots, 60s per ewt. fat cows, 56s to 56s per cwt sheep—choice wethm, 71d to 7ld per lb. ewes, 6d to 6id per lb. lambs, 9d to 10id per lb.; calves, Ed to 9d per lb. pigs-cboice small porkers, Ils 6d to Per score second lots, heavy weights, 10s 9d to lis 3d per score baconers, 10s 3d to 10s fd per score. A fair supply of beef in the carcase market in steady demand. Mutton and lamb, a good supply. Prices ;Choice sides of ox or heifer bee(,6d to 6id per lb. second lots, Sid to Sid per lb.: best himdquarters, Sid to 7td per lb seconds, 6d to 6id per lb. best forequarters, 4Jd to 5d per lb. seconds, 4id to 4id per lb.: wether mutton, 7d to 7id per lb. ewe ditto, 5id to 6d per lb.; lamb, 8d to 9d PCNe1ath, Wednesday.—Business on the up grade and good supplies. Quotations :-Beef 6d, seconds 5d to 5Jd calves 7 £ d to 9d, wethers 7d to 7jd ewes 5Jd to 6d, lamb 8d to 9d, small porkers lis to Us 6d, seconds 10s 9d to lis. baconers 10s. Newport, Wednesday-Short supply of cattle and dull trade. Sheep, lambs, and calves were plentiful with brisk trade. Prices :—Best beef 7d, seconds 6id to 64<1, best Irish 61d to 6Jd seconds 6d to 6id, cows 5d to 5id, best wether mutton 7Jd to 5d, ewes 6d to 6id. lamb 9d to 9id. calves 7d to 9d; PROVISIONS. Carmarthen, Saturday—The supply of batter has been one of the largest of the season; denuind con- tinues good price paid from 10*<1 ^d, Per lb., fresh lb. butter lid to Is per lb- ^ew Welsh cheese slow at 20s to 25s per cwt.. Llandilo, Saturday.—Butter in lbs. lid to Is, ditto in tubs lid; eggs 14 and 15 forIs; Welsh cheese 5Jd per lb., Caerphilly ditto 7d fowls 10id per lb. Rhayader, Wednesday.—Fairly large number of country folk in town. Produce was rather scarce. Eggs sold at 15 and 16 for Is, butter lid and Is per lb. trussed chickens 4s 6to 5s per couple, old hens 3s to 3s 6d, trussed fowls 4s 6d to Sa 6d, live fowls 4s to 4s 6d, and potatoes 4s per ewt. CHEESE, Newport, Wednesday.-Supply, eight tons; brisk demand. Caerphillies 44s to 50s fancy dairies 52s to S38, truckles 56s to 63s, doubles 56s to 60s. HIDE, SKIN. FAT, AND WOOL. Rhondda, Pontypridd, and Abelaare Hide, Tallow, and Wool Company, Limited, Treforest, SfttnrdayHides (without horns or skulls) 90lbs and upwards, ordinary flayed, P*1flayed 6Jd; 801bs. to 89ibs., 5id. 6|d: 701bs. to 791bs., 5id, 6d 601 bs. to691bs.,5id, 5|d; 50lb». to 591bs., 5d, 5fd; 49Iba. and under, 5d, Sid: beavy cows, 601bs. and up., 41d. 51d; light cows, 59lbs. and under, 4id, 51d; bulls, 3id to Jfd; cuts and warbled, 3d to 41d. Calfskins—171bs and upwards, 7Jd; 121bs to l61bs, 9d lllbs. and under, 9d; cuts, 7Jd. Lambs, Is to 3s 3d each. Pelts, 9d to 2s 6d each. Fat-best sweet clean, 21d; eeconds, lid common, lid. Salt. 2s per cwt.
GLAMORGAN- FINANCE. Burden of Rates. The FinaDce Committee of the Glamorgan CountyCouncil onTuesday considered the heavy burden cast upon County Councils by Govern- ment Departments, and the Chairman (Alder- man T. J. Hughes) observed that it seemed to be the studied policy of both the great admi- nistrative parties, whtber Liberal or Conser- vative, however much they differed on Imperial politics, to throw any additional cost of home administration upon the County Councils. Last year the Education Bill pro- mised them additional grants in relief, but the Bill died, and they were still without the money, though the orders of the Board of Education compelled them to spend S,2,000 a year for medical inspection, and an additional sum running into hundreds under circular 709. It was time to speak out, and to make a very practical protest. Though he was not prepared to suggest passive resistance, and the setting down of tools and refusing to do the work, he was prepared to go very far to bring home to the Government, through its departmental heads, the fact that they were crippling the resources of any county, however prosperous it was. He proposed that they ask the County Council to send a strong and numerous dele- gation to wait upon Mr Lloyd George and Mr Runciman. Tis was seconded by Dr. T. H. Morris, and carried unanimously. Alderman T. J. Hughes was re-elected chair- man of the committee for the twelfth year in succession.
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Railway Report. ADVISORY COMMITTEE PLAN. The report of the Board of Trade Railway Conference, constituted in 1903 with the object of reviewing some of the more impor- tant questions which arise between railway companies on the one hand, and traders and the general public on the other, was issued as a Parliamentary Blue Book on Monday night. Among the matters discussed by the conference was the machinery for the settlement of dis- putes between railway companies and traders and with the object .of establishing some simpler and more economical procedure than that of the Railway and Canal Commission. The conference recommended preliminary procedure before the Registrar to the Commis- sioner, and that the parties may agree that a case shall be heard either by the registrar, with assessors, or by the Commissioners. On the question of the increase of rates and charges the conference's principal conclusions from which Mr Alfred Mond, M.P., dissented, is that where a reduction of the rate is here- after made the restoration of such rate within two years after the reduction to the figure from which it was reduced or to any less amount should not be deemed an increase within the meaning of the Railway and Canal Traffic Act, 1894. The conference also discussed the procedure for obtaining compulsory powers for the ac- quisition of land, and it is suggested a wider authority should be given to the Board of Trade for granting certificates for compulsory powers, still leaving to Parliament cases where the magnitude of the scheme or special cir- cumstances make a Parliamentary inquiry advisable. With regard to the method of assessing compensation, the resolution recommends the simplification of procedure under the Lands Clause Act in respect of compulsory acquisition of land with a view of securing a cheaper and more efficient tribunal and of giving less scope to extortionate claims. The conference decided that it was desirable that an Advisory Committee on railway matters should be constituted which the Board of Trade might consult on such matters as they might think fit to refer to it.
CARDIFF CORPORATION. MR SEWARD'S CLAIM. At a special meeting of thp Cardiff Corporation on Tuesday the claim of Mr Edward Seward, architect, against the Museum Committee, and his threat to oppose theCai-fliff Corporation Bill, were mentioned. The Lord Mayor said they had not had any definite claim from Mr Seward, and they could not discuss the matter till thev had that claim. They had requested Mr Seward to send in a definite claim, so that they.eould discuss it. As to the Bill, they had amended a clause in their petition, and he did n,,t think they would have any further trouble. —Dr. Biees Is not an attempt being made to mak'-an arr mii m-nt between the Corporation and the Mn- nm Committee?—The Lord Mayor: The Museum Committee is now dis- cussing it.
HEALTH COMMITTEE. Boarding Houses. A meetinrr of the Cardiff Health Committee was held 'n Tuesday for the purpose of consider- in'! the gran in' of licences to boarding houses. Dt. Robinson )r-sidecl. A letter was read from the S "ilors and Firemen's Union, objecting to the grli nt of a licencp to Ah Sam. Mr Prank G-askell appeared on behalf of Ah S^ru who, he said, could not speak English. Mr Gaskell said that Ah Sam had removed from Patrick-street to 214, Bute-street, and the applicant was then informed that if he got other premises the Committee would not object. Mr Nicholl asked if it was true that Ah Sam had shut the door in the face of the Inspector. Mr Gaskell said that Ah Sam did not do so but a, man who was left in charge of the hous might have done so. Inspector Evans said that the door was closed, but he could not say who did it. On the motion of Mr Nicholl it was decided to grant the licence subject to cer- tain alterations and to revision in January next. Several other licences were granted after applicants had been reported upon by the Chief Constable and after the Committee had had personal assurances from the applicants that the houses would be kept clean, con- ducted respectably, and managed by persons of irreproachable character. Warpings were given in every case that one black mark would take away the licence in January next. The Chief Constable reported that one appli- cant had been fined 920 for selling beer without a licence. The committee renewed the licence. Mr Nicholl did not oppose the re- newal, but protested against the inconsistency of the committee's policy, for there was a boarding-house kept by the Marquis of Bute where beer was being sold without a licence, and neither the police nor Dr. Walford were doing anything against it. Dr. Smith: I hope we are going to take action. Mr Nicholl: I bet you a sovereign you will not. There is a boarding-house at the docks, still selling beer without a licence. A Greek whom the police reported for en- couraging young gi rls to resort to the house was not given a licence, it being refused on the casting vote of the chairman. The licence of the German Sailors' Home was renewed subject to an undertaking being given to close a slop shop now upon the pre- mises. The Medical Oiffcer stated that the accom- modation for Asiatics was limited, and a new licence was granted.
NEYLAND COUNCIL SCENE. At a meeting of the Neyland Council on Monday evening, Councillor Lewis brought forward a motion to rescind a resolution passed at a previous meeting rating the owners instead of the occupiers in respect of property of an assessable value of E10 and under. In moving that the resolution be rescinded, Mr Lewis said his objection to the resolution on the books was the extra burdens it would impose on the ratepayers. On the district rate and the pool rate he calculated that it would mean the payment of about E127 a year to the land- lords, an amount equivalent to a 5!d rate. Councillor John seconded. He said that Mr Garrett, when in the chair, said that the extra 4d on the rates was for the purposes of public lighting. It now turned out that the money was not for public lighting at all, but for palm-oiling the landlords of the district. The Chairman (interrupting): Mr John, I shall not allow that expression. Mr John: Perhaps you will give me an ex- pression that I can use. The Chairman You are imputing bribery to the Council. Mr John I am applying it to the whole Council. The Chairman: Unless you can express your- self in a civilised manner as' regards the Council, I shall not allow you to go on. Mr Lewis has brought forward a resolution and has spoken in a proper manner, and if you cannot second him in a proper and respectful manner, I shall not allow you to proceed. Mr John I shall not withdraw. The Chairman: Then I shall leave the chair. You have no right to use an expression of that sort, and I shall not allow it. Mr John You must give me another expres- sion to use then. The Chairman: I cannot put brains into your head (Cries of Withdraw.") Mr John I cannot see how I can. The Chairman I shall not allow you to use that expression on this Council. Eventually Counclilor John withdrew the expression, and the resolution was defeated by a large majority, only three Aembers voting for it.
CAMP AT PORTHCAWL. BAPTISTS RELEASED. Odessa, Monday.—The 224 Baptists, includ- ing 30 women and 12 licensed preachers, have been released from prison after the seven days' incarceration to which they were condemned. Two telegrams addressed to M. Stolypin by the imprisoned Baptists, entreating his inter- vention on their behalf, remained unanswered. The Baptist meeting-house in the Pefeseyo suburb remains closed and under police seal. A similar persecution of the sectarians known as Stundists has been initiated, jointly by the orthodox missionary authorities and the police. In practice, if not in theory, the freedom of religious worship promulgated in the Imperial manifesto of October, 1905, and confirmed by a subsequent ukase in April last year, appears te have been abrogated, and all the Russian Nonconformists and sectarians are again sub- ject to the same stringent disabilities imposed upon them by what is now meaninglessly des- cribed as the old regime. To all intents and purposes the old regime has been restored.— Central News.
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PLACES. Mr Runniman's Interesting Figures. Mr Ellis asked the President of the Board of Education what were the figures of school places in the Council, Church of England, Roman Catholic, and other public elementary schools respectively of England and Wales during the school years 1907-8 and 1908-9 and what were the figures of children in average attendance in each of these classes of schools during the same years (in the same form as reply to question, 24th November, 1908). Mr Runciman answers that the statistical year 1908-9 does not end until the 31st July next, and the figures for that year are, therefore, not yet available. The following are the figures for the years 1906-7 and 1907-8 .-—(a) Recognised accommodation.—Council, 1906-7, 3,650,503- 1907-8,3,766,824; Church of England, 2.681,442- 2,624,789 Roman Catholic, 406,137—401.595 other schools, 306,125-277,810. (b) Average attendance.—Council, 2,873, 801-2,942.482; Church of England, 1,899.365-1,857,706: Roman Catholic, 286,188-286,767; other schools, 231,330-205,073.
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