THE ATTACK UPON THE QUEEN. From detailed accounts which have reached us of the occurrence briefly alluded to in our columns yesterday, it appears that the Royal cortefjc had returned by way of Constitution-hill, and had entered the Palace about half-past five by the north gate, passing thence through what is called the Garden Gate into the inner court- yard. A large crowd, whom the police were engaged in keeping back, had collected in front of the Palace to see the Queen, and cheered her as she entered. Her Majesty was attended by Lady Churchill, and had the usual escort, Major-General the Hon. A. Hardinge and Lord Charles Fitzroy being the Equerries. As the Queen was preparing to alight a lad suddenly presented himself at the side of the carriage, holding a paper in one hand and a pistol in the other. He tried at first, it is said, to attract the attention of Lady Churchill, mistaking her probably for the Queen, by whose side she sat, and then appeared to be about to address himself to Her Majesty, going round the back of the carriage, when the Equerries and the Queen's personal attendant, John Brown, followed him and gave him into custody of the police-sergeant on duty at the time. The Queen shewed no signs whatever of fear. The lad was immediately dis- armed of the pistol, which proved to be unloaded. It is an old-fashioned weapon, with a flint and steal lock, which was broken, and in the barrel a piece of greasy red rag was found. He had also a knife in his possession and the paper to which re- ference has been made, which on examination was .found to be a petition written on parchment, for the re- lease of the Fenian prisoners. He was taken forth- with to the King-street police station, where he gave the name Arthur O'Connor, and stated his age to be 17, adding that he was a clerk to Messrs. Livett and Franks, oil and colour manufacturers, 72, Blackman- street, Borough, and that he resided with his father and mother at 4, Church-row, Houndsditch. He is in appearance rather tall for his age, and slender. He wore a black felt hat, and was ordinarily well dressed in other respects for a person in his condition of life. He had managed to scale some iron railings, ten foot high, at the point where the garden wall abuts at a corner upon the Palace on its northern side, and had passed through the Garden Gate into the courtyard un- perceived, and, therefore, unchallenged. The theory of the police is that he contrived to accomplish this feat at the moment they and the porter were engaged in keeping the entrance clear for the return of Her Majesty. He has stated since his apprehension that ha bought the pistol at a shop in the Borough, and that he is a grandson of the late Mr. Feargus O'Connor. He was seen last evening by Dr. Bond, the medical officer connected with the police-station. The pistol found upon the prisoner was, at the re- quest of Mr. Gladstone, taken to the House of Com- mons, the better to enable him to answer anxious inquiries as to whether it was really unloaded when the prisoner was apprehended, and in the course of-lhe evening several members of Parliament called at the Station for the purpose of seeing the prisoner, but their request was very properly not complied with, he himself, moreover, showing much aversion to being seen in his cell by any one but the attendants. From another source we learn the following particu- lars :—On Thursday, after the diplomatic reception at Buckingham Palace, her Majesty went for a drive, and returned to the Palace through the garden gate at the foot of Constitution-hill at half-past five o'clock. About five hundred people had assembled at the gate to see the Queen's return, and the attention of Inspector Baker, with the few members of the Royal Household police actually on duty, was directed to the manage- ment of this small crowd. While this was going on a youth named Arthur O'Connor, residing in Blackman- street, Borough, and now declaring himself a clerk in the City, dropped over the railing of the forecourt at the bottom of Constitution-hill unperceived, and rushed up to the carriage as it was drawn up at the garden en- trance, presenting at the same time a pistel with one hand, and a paper with the other. Her Majesty, who did not even change colour, slightly drew back, and Lord Charles Fitzroy and General the Hon. Arthur E. Hardinge, the Lord and Equerry in waiting, darting forward, seized the fellow by the collar and handed him over promptly to the custody of Sergt. Jackson, 15 A. Meanwhile her Majesty quietly entered the door of Palace, and did not, as it might have been expected, suffer during the evening from the shock. The lad, for the prisoner is no more than between 17 and 18 years of age, was at once taken to the King-street Police-staticn, and Detective Inspector Williamson was entrusted with the duty of finding out his antecedents. He is an underbred-looking "Irish cockney," spare of figure, and rather fresh in his com- plexion, his general appearance being that of a small chandler's shopboy. A couple of hours after his arrival at King-street station he was examined by Dr. Bond, divisional surgeon, who pronounced him entirely sane and not even suffering under any form of mental ex- citement. The prisoner declares that he never meant to do the Queen any harm, and is sorry he has been the cause of so much trouble. A hang-dog look which marks his face when he feels eyes resting upon it is by no means prepossessing, but he seems rather an object for contempt than of danger. It is singular, but, at the same time, a gratifying circumstance, that the first impressions of public opinion on the dastardly proceeding came from work- ing men's meetings. Of all her Majesty's subjects out- side Parliament, Mr. George Odger had the honour of taking the lead in denouncing the disloyal outrage. He presided on Thursday night at a meeting of Democratic delegates, held at the White Horse Tavern, to arrange for the intended demonstration against the Parks Regu- lations Bill. Before saying a word about the business of the evening, he declared that if the report as to the attempt on her Majesty's life were true, he felt sure every man in the room, no matter how advanced his political opinions might be, would denounce, in the most indignant manner, such a cowardly action. The thousands whom they represented woijld have deeply" lamented the success of any attempt, Rot merely to take the life, but, in any way, to cause personal suffer- ing to the Lady who now occupied the throne. Sen- tence after sentence of this statement was loudly cheered by Mr. Odger's audience, and thorough execration of the proceeding could, be read on every countenance.
EXAMINATION AND COMMITTAL OF THE ACCUSED. [BY SPECIAL TELEGRAM.] L At Bow-slgeet police court, yesterday afternoon, be- fore Sir Thomas Henry, the young man, Arthur O'Connor, w*s charged with presenting a pistol at Her Majesty, Yjalh the intent to frighten the Queen. John Brown stated that he was in the service of Her Majesty, and that just as the royal carriage stopped at the private entrance to Buckingham Palace, within the iron railings, he opened the door, and 6aw the prisoner between the two equerries, Lord Charles Fitzroy and General Hardinge, who were in attendance upon Her Majesty. Lord Charles Fitzroy pushed the prisoner back, and he went round to the other side of the car- riage where the Queen sat. Witness took him by the neck, and he dropped a pistol which he held in his hand. His Royal Highness Prince Leopold, deposed that he pat facing Lady Churchill, and that his brother, Prince Arthur, sat facing the Queen. As the carriage stopped, a movement on the part of Prince Arthur attracted his attention, and caused him to turn towards the Queen, when he saw the prisoner's head, just above the door on his right hand, pointing a pistol within a foot of the Queen's face. General Hardinge. deposed to having seen the paper taken from the prisoner's pocket, beginning: "I Vic- toria, by the grace of God," and containing a promise to grant a free pardon to all Fenian prisoners now in custody. The prisoner, a weak-looking youth, contradicted only one or two minute points in the evidence, and was committed for trial at the Central Criminal Court.
MONEY MARKET. —FKIDAY. The Stock Markets are dull. The British Funds are -J- lower, In Home Railway stocks there is a decline of i in Caledonian, Great Northern A, and Manchester and Sheffield; and of 1. in North British, South Eastern, and Ncrth Eastern Consols. In Foreign Stocks there are no changes in prices worthy of notice.
BRISTOL -STOCK EXCHANGE.—YESTERDAY. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCK. Share. Company. Amt. Paid. Prices. Stock Bristol and Exeter £ 100 ..107 108xd. & xn. Stock Do. 4 per Cent. Preference. In 92 Ditto, 5 p.c. Rent Charge — ..116 118 Stock Monmouthshire Rail. & Canal 100 ..115 118 100 Do. 5 per Cent. Preference 100 10Sj 1091 Stock Rhymney 100 68 70 Stock South Devaii 100 73 75 xd. Stock Taff Vale 100 158 160 xd. 10 Do. £10 Shares, Class C 6 41 4i pm. xd. Stock West Cornwall. 100 75 77 xd. 10 Avonside Engine 7 2J 2$dis. 10 Bristol City Hotel 10 3 3| 147.9.0 Bristol Dock Shares 147.9.0.. 88 89 Stock Bristol United Gas 100 ..196jl97 £ 10 Bristol College Green Hotel 10 111 12 25 Bristol Commercial Rooms .25 13" 14 200 Bristol Steam Navigation 130 7J. 8 20 Bristol Waggon Works 10 II 11 dis. 25 Bristol Water Works 25 50 50^ 10 B. & S. Wales Rail. Waggon 4 11 1J pm. 10 Clifton Suspension Bridge.. 10 6i 6A- 10 Clifton Hotel 10 11 £ 111 100 London & South West. Bank 20 7 6 dis. 10 Western Waggon 10 7,1 72 xd. 20 West of England and South Wales District Bank 15 19$20 The Standard Trust Investment Corporation Shares arc at 1 to 1 premium. The Directors have announced that 2 the Share List will close for London on Thursday next, and on Friday for the country.
LONDON CORN MARKET.-FRIDAY. WHEAT.—There has been no feature in the grain trade at Mark-lane to-day. The supply of English grain has been short, and the quality indifferent. Of foreign grain there has been a moderate supply. The samples of English wheat have been scarce and quite as dear, other- wise the market has been quiet. Foreign parcels have been dealt in to a moderate extent at about late rates. BARLEY.—Moderate supplies of barley have been on the stands Malting produce has been quiet, but firm. Grinding sorts have been neglected. MALT has changed hands slowly at late rates. OATS. Fair average supplies of oats have been On offer, the demand for which has been inactive, on former terms. BEANS and PEAS have been in limited request, at late rates. MAIZE has been dull FLOUR,—Not much business has been doing in flour, at about late rates.
METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET.-FRIDAY. This market has been fairly supplied with meat. The demand has been quiet, but prices have remained without material alteration. ————
LIVER,POOL. -FRIDAY. The market opened with only a moderate attendance, and although there has been no market since last Friday, the wheat trade is very dull, with prices in buyers' favour. Flours also slow.
WAKEFIELD. FRIDAY. The demand for wheat continues of the same retail character as of late the little change there may be in price is rather in favour of buyers. Barley must gene- rally be noted Is te 2s. per qr. lower. Beans and oats are also rather lower
(ftomspttdence* THANKSGIVING DAY IN MERTHYR. To the Editor of the SOUTH WALES DVILY NEWS. SIR,—In your impression of to-day you state, in refer- ence to the Thanksgiving Day in Wales," that little no- tice was taken of it in Merthyr. Now, I beg to inform you that such was not the case The congregation as- sembled at St. David's Church was very large, exclusive of the school children. Most of the tradesmen closed their shops-not, as you say, only about half-a-dozen" —soon after mid-day. Considering the authorities" did not take the matter in hand, I think the people of Mer- thyr were not so far behind in their loyal demonstration as you were led to suppose. I may add that the services at St. David's were distin- guished from the ordinary service, by being fully choral. It commenced by the choir and congregation heartily sing- ing the Thanksgiving hymn, hymn No. 238 in •' Hymns Ancient andModern," and Mendelssohn's splendid anthem, I waited for the Lord," was sung, as was also the Rev. J. S. Stone's hymn to the prescribed tune.-I am, &c., A TRADESMAN. THE CARMARTHEN SCHOOL BOARD. To the Editor of the SOUTH WALES DAILY NBWS. SIR,—When it became evident that increased school accommodation must be provided at Carmarthen, the Church party proceeded to erect schools, although the increased accommodation was required for the children of Dissenters, there being already ample room in the National schools for the children of all Church-going- people. It so happened that the Corporation owned an old building, which had been leased for the purpose of a Church school. The rent had been unpaid for years, the covenants of the lease had been broken, and the lessees had allowed the building to get into a ruinous state. Then one of the railway companies bought the building, and the lessees were allowed by the Corporation to receive nearly all the purchase money. How it occurred, that our Town Council suffered this I have never been able to understand. The money received by the lessees was used in the building of one of the new schools called the School Church." The church party having built their unsuitable schools, and having done so, in a great measure, out of the money of the ratepayers, and having been refused a cool request that the Corporation would allow them to enclose the pavement in front of their school- church," opposed the application of the Town Council for a School Board, on the ground that the school accom- modation, including the unsuitable schools they were building, was sufficient. However, in spite of their ut- most opposition, a School Board was ordered to be formed. Then, in order to avoid a contest, it was arranged that four members of the Board should be nominated by the Liberals and the other three by the Conserva- tives. The Conservatives first violated an important condition of the arrangement, and afterwards abstained from nominating their candidates. The result was that the Liberals nominated the seven members of the Board, and it is their own fault that, when they had the game in their own hands, they did not select men upon whom they could rely to carry out a Liberal policy. Your cor- respondent Lector" has shown that the effect of com- pulsion in the present state of school accommodation at Carmarthen would be to drive the children of Dissenters into Church schools. I cannot agree with him that Mr. Smith (who voted with the Tories on the ques- tion of compulsion), has crowned himself with honour." He took an illogical course, under the circumstances, in supporting compulsion and opposing the payment of fees. We must have suitable accommodation before compulsion can be used and, in the meantime, let the Board remit the fees of poor children in its own schools. The Liberal members of the Board (Messrs. Morgan, Evans, and Lewis) deserve, not crowns of honour, but merely the thanks due to men who have faithfully performed their pledges and done their duty. When their term of office expires they must be re-elected, with a new member of the same stamp as themselves and the other members of the board must, if they seek re-election, seek it at the hands of the lories.—Yours, &c., Carmarthen. VINDEX. ——-
GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY MEETING.—The seventy- third half-yearly meeting of the proprietors of the Great Western Railway was held at the Paddington Station, on Thursday, Sir D. Gooch presiding. The Chairman announced that the total increase of the revenue receipts in the half-year had been f,157,079, and of expenditure X57,949, and there remained a balance of X328,401 for a dividend of 5: per Gent. The report was adopted and the dividend as recom- mended was declared.
hi ppillJJ ntclliJJclIcc. WEST BUTE DOCK ARRIVALS.—MARCH 1. Bulldog (s), Hawkes, Bridgwater, general, 74 Valhyncn, Neilson, sprung a leak in Penarth Roads Equity, James, Rotterdam, pig iron, 85 Mango, Contsodandis, Berdianstri, wheat, 226 Equity, Machin, Bristol, light, 104 Jessie, Morgans, London, ballast, 319 Hebe, Gilby, Dublin, ballast, 331 St. Anne, Chameleon, Gloucester, light, 202 EAST BUTE DOCK ARRIVALS.—FEBRUARY 29. Upupa, Haynes, Newpoit, general, 624 Brancepeth (s), La Roehelle, ballast, 556 EAST BUTE DOCK ARRIVALS. iAlARCH 1. Edmond, Noandto, Dunkerque, ballast, 220 Henry Brand (s), Lowe, Bordeaux, pitwood, 444 Gerolamo Mortola, Schiaffino, Genoa, iron ore, 430 Gazelle (s), Elener, Dieppe, ballast, 374 Fidele, Efisio, Gloucester, ballast, 473 Norah, Jones, Bridgwater- light, 50 Rainbow, Moody, put back, iron, 481 Jane, Smart, Bridgwater, pitwood, 33 Nol, Tugmizza, Gloucester, ballast, 542 GLAMORGAN CANAL ARRIVALS.—MARCH 1. Burton, Thomas, Bristol, general, 52 PENARTH ARRIVALS.—FEBRUARY 29. Hartlepool (s), Peterkin, Bilboa, iron ore, 445 Angelo, Carnano, Plymouth, ballast, 470 Heptarchy (s), Varden, St. Nazaire. ballast, 500 Hippolite, Bodet Gloster, light, 112 Eliza, Dalling, St. Malo, ballast, 211 L. Obbligo, Repettos, Bristol, ballast. 406 Jane Fisk, Brown, Bristol, ballast, 1493 Lilly Annie, Sanders, Southampton, ballast, 196 Canopus, Hencke, London, ballast, 882 St. Annie, Chauvelo, Gloster, light, 104 Eric the Red, Small, Antwerp ballast, 1580 Neoini. Stamp, Kinsale, ballast, 106 Madonna, Curren, Dungarvan, ballast, 103 Edwin Welsh, St. Ive's, ballast, 98 Clyra, Richards, St. Ive's, ballast, 91 Normandie, Cervoney, Gloster, ballast, 66 VESSELS CLEARED.—MARCH 1. Secunda (s), B, 700 coal, Malta, Powell Duffryn Co E. S. Jobson (s), B, 1500 coal, Malta, Powell Duffryn Co Tonjoy, B, 611 coal, 147 patent fuel. A. Bocande Saladin (s), B, 420 coal, Gibraltar, G. S. Stowe Clifford (s), B, 1500 coal, Malta, Ocean Steam Co Cymbeline, B, 550 coal, Hong Kong, Aberdare Coal Co Deux Sceurs Unis, F, 143 coal, Nantes, Wayne & Co St. Etienne, F, 150 coal, Nantes, Powell Duffryn Co Marie Felix, F, 170 coal, Brest, H. Worms Jules Noemi. F, 199 coal, Brest, H. Worms Iguino (s), Aus, 560 coal, Venice, H. Worms Po, Ity, 713 coal, Suez, D. Davis & Sons Angelina, Ity, 250 coal Naples, Cory Bros Thessalia, Ger, 598 coal, Constantinople, Thomas & Co Rosetta McNeil, U.S, 804 rail, New Orleans, Guest & Co Grace, B. 855 rail, Halifax, Guest and Co Medway, B, 700 coal, Charleston, R. Crawshay Iduna, B, 1040 coal, Havre, Powell Duffryn Co Charles, B, 600 coal, Sierra Leone, Ocean Steam Coal Co VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARDS.—MARCH 1. Gazelle (s), B, 374, Elene, St. Nazaire, Cory Bros. William Wright, B, 752, Thomas, Coquimbo, M. Strina Iduma, B, 547, Jones, Havre, Tellefsen and Hoist Prima, Sw, 251, Johanson, Lisbon, Tellefsen and Hoist Roska, Bus, 571. Lundelin New York. Tellefsen & Co. Angelo. B, 470, Carnana Malta, Decandia & Co. Bernardo, Ity, 377, Oneto, Leghorn, Decandia and Co. Maria Lauretto. Ity, 400, Schiaffino, Leghorn, Decandia L'Obligo, Ity 406, Repetto, Genoa, Decandia and Co. Guido, Ity, 450, Schiappacasse, Leghorn, Decandia & Co. Francis, F, 100, Morel, St. Malo, Morel and Co. Vildo Sala (s), B, 648, Scott, Barcelona, Morel and Co. Brancepeth (s), B, 556, Asplet, Rouen, Morel and Co. Elaine (s), B, 432, Hathaway, St. Nazaire, Morel & Co. Gustavo, Ity, 370, Trapani, New York, M. Strina Maresca, Ity, 415, Maresca, Naples, M. Strina SWANSEA. ENTERED OUTWARDS.—MARCH 1. MarJin Luther, 388, Cook, Cadiz, James Strick Ellen, B, 191, Harrison, Bordeaux, W. Bowen Victor Maria, F, Halgand, Nantes, Letricheux and Co. St. Jean, F, 97, Jaunais, Nantes Letricheux and Co. Hella Maris, F, 148, Bazin, Trouville, Letricheux & Co. Edouard, F, 134, Lemarcand, Cherbourg, Letricheux Delphine Anna, F, 128, Merlin, St. Brieux, Letrieheux Tarifa, F, 182, Corbel, Honfleur. Letricheaux and Co. Victoire, F, 77, Totain, Sables d'Olonne, Letricheux Maurice, F, 195, Leclerc, St. Malo, Letricheux aud Co Adolphe George, F, Durand, Granville Letricheux & Co. Charlotte Louise, F, 99, Samzun, Roehelle, Letricheux Deux Frere Unie, F, 141, Dagorne, Letricheux and Co. Jeanne et Robert, F, 99, Briquer, Havre, Letricheux St. Lue, F, 44, Amiot, Pontandemer, Letricheux Constance, F, Tuillebois, Morlaix. Letricheux and Co. Utile, F, 194, Royer, Letricheux and Co. VESSELS CLEARED.—MARCH 1. Mary Ann, B, 390 coal, St. Malo, Mansell & Co Islander, B, 360 coal, Dieppe, Livingston & Co Lea Fernand, F, 130 coal, St. Malo, Burgess & Co Canadian (s), B, 880 fuel, Valencia, J. Strick Active, B. 157 coal Honfleur, W. Pegg & Co Marie Hortense. F, 300 coal, Granville, Letricheux & Co Henriette, F, 130 coal, Trouville, Powell's Duffryn Choice Fruit, B, 221 coal, Madeira, Powell's Duffryn NEWPORT. VESSELS CLEARED.—MARCH 1. Union, U-S, 1000 rail, New Orleans, Tredegar Iron Co. Delphi, B, 373 coal, Antigua, G. W. Jones & Co. Stadt, Ny, 460 coal, St. Luca, Risca Co. VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARDS.—MARCH 1. Comseliff, B, 346, Barker, Colombo, R. Gething jun. William Yeo, B, 786, Hornez, New London, R. Gething Dominico Galliano, It, Moresco, Venice, D. Bordessa Capione, It, Sturhse, Spezia, D. Bordessa SHIPPING AND MAIL NEWS. QUEENSTOWN, Friday.—The Cunard steamer Tripoli arrived here from Liverpool at 11.30 last night, and pro- ceeded for Boston at midnight. QUEENSTOWN, Friday.—The Cunard steamer Russia arrived here from New York at noon. The White Star steamer Republic from New York arrived at 9.40. The Prince of Wales, schooner, of Carvarvon, from Bangor to Ipswich, with slates, has put into Milford Haven leaky, and has been placed on the beach in Hub- berstone Pill. She is supposed to have started at butt- ends. The Lord Exmouth, from Yarmouth to the Mumbles, damaged, has been in collision with a brig, supposed to be Italian, off St. Catherines.
LONDON AND LANCASHIRE LIFE ASSU- RANCE COMPANY. HEAD OFFICE LONDON, Leadenhall-street, Cornhill, E.C LONDON DIRECTORS Chairman, Colonel Nigel Kingscote, C.B., M.P. Deputy-Chairman, J. H. Mackenzie, Esq., Old Broad-st. Abel Chapman, Esq., Aid. Sir Thos. Dakin (ex-Lord Mayor), Mr. Alderman Hale, Lightly Simpson, Esq., Thomas Stenhouse, Esq. MANAGER AND ACTUARY William Palin Clirehugh. Balance sheets, &c., prospectuses, and applications for Agencies to be addressed to the Superintendent for the District of South Wales, Monmouth, and Hereford, MR. RHYS DAVIES, PONTYPOOL. 177 PROTECTOR ENDOWMENT, LOAN, AND JL ANNUITY COMPANY. 34, KING-STREET, CHEAPSIDE, LOADON, E.C. 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(]HLORALUM for CESSPOOLS. 1 HLORALUM. \J 15, Pembroke-road, Dublin, 11th September, 1871.—Sir,— I beg to state that the Chloralum powder and solution have been largely employed in this city, and with the most complete result. The bed of the river Liffey, which emitted a very offensive odour during the recent warm weather, was most satisfactorily disin- fected by Chloralum powder, at the rate of only one pound per 25 square feet. I have found it most efficacious as a purifier of stables, and I use it constantly in my own house. Altogether, I may say of Chloralum that it is a very valuable sanitary agent, and one which is certain to come into general use.-I remain, your obedient servant, Chas. A. Cameron, M.D., Professor of Hygiene, Royal College of Surgeons, and Analyst to the City of Dublin. The Secretary of the Chloralum Company." 0HLORALUM to DISINFECT EXCRETA. CHLORALUM for all FEVERS. 10 HLORALUM*in CHOLERA. CHLORALUM in MEDICINE.—Chloralum is a new agent in therapeutics. There are few superficial injuries, inflamma- tions, or discharges in which its judicious prescription is not at- tended with great advantage, and it is of equal value in many in- ternal disorders. Chloralum in hospital has been used at the Royal Infirmary, Manchester, to destroy the foetor in cases of open cancer; at Middlesex hospital in amputations in small-pox and fever wards generally, as the most pleasant and most active disin- fectant. Chloralum is an astringent antiseptic applied to foul ulcers by London surgeons, as a gargle in scarlet fever, diphtheria, and common sore throats, and has been found invaluable in in- flammation of the eyes, &c. ^HLORALUM DEODORISES. QHLORALUM is HARMLESS: 0HLORALUM in FEVERS. JJLORALUM can be relied on by horsemen in wounds and in- juries, and by farmers in the treatment of foot-and-mouth disease, and in carrying on disinfection in their homes, stables, cowsheds, pigsties, and poultry houses. Chloralum for dog kennels can be used with great advantage and economy in keeping meat fresh for any length of time, in purifying the benches and yards, and completely removing the foul and sickening odour of dirty or ill-drained kennels. HLORALUM is DISINFECTANT. CHLORALUM is sold in quarts, 2s. pints, Is. half-pint, 6d. By the gallon, 5s. In large quantities by special contract, at greatly reduced prices. .^HLORALUM POWDER. t., HLORALUM POWDER is HARMLESS. 'NHLORALUM POWDER.—The Best Stable Disinfectant. Chlo- V J ralum Powder will be found invaluable in Hospitals. Cowsheds. Close and Ill-ventilated Apart- Alleys and Roads. ments. Sewers and Gulleyholes. Earth Closets. in the Dairy and all kinds of Dustbins. Provision Stores. Wine and Beer Cellars. in the Kennel and in Poultry Stables. Houses. Chloralum Powder is not caustic or hurtful in any way, and, although it absorbs moisture, it DOES NOT DETERIORATE BY KEEPING. It is a most elegant and powerful preparation, and a substitute for the disagreeable disinfectants which have hitherto been placed at the disposal of the public and the medical profession. The ob- jects aimed at in the manufacture of Chloralum Powder have been a uniform high strength and cheapness. Sample casks. 1 cwt., for 15s., and in 6d. and Is. packages. IILORALUM WOOL. V > IIDORALUNI WOOL in SURGERY. _———— /"iHLQRALUM WOOL.—The Styptic and Antiseptic Surgical O Dressing. la pound and half-pound packages, at 6s. per pound. IIILORALUM WADDING. V; CHLORALUM WADDING is used extensively as a disinfec- tant in coffins. A dead body when covered with Chloralum Wool cannot convey infection. Price 2s. 6d. a sheet. QHL(mALUM for TYPHOID FEVER. QHLORALUM for SMALLPOX. ^ILORALIJm is SOLD by ul! CHEMISTS. HLOEALUMCOr, 1 and 2, Great Winchester-street-buildings, E.C. 114 DICK'S ENGLISH NOVELS, a Guinea-and-a-half Novel for Sixpenoe, per post nd, FOR A WOMAN'S fíAKE, by WATTS PHILLIPS. TALBOT HARLAND, by HARRISON1 AINSWORTIJ. HUSH MONEY, by CHARMS* II. Ross. The above Novels contain the same quantity of reading as tff, usual 2 or 3 vol. Novels, with the addition of first-class Engrav- ings. London: John Dicks, 313, Strand and all Booksellers. ON UMENTAL SC ULPT ORE. —GRANITE, MARBLE and STONE TOMBS on view. The largest stock in the Kingdom^ IRISH ABLE LETTERS IN LEAD.—GAFFIN, 63, Quadrant, Regent Street, London, W. BRASS, REED, STRING, AND DRUM AND FIFE BANDS. Musical Instruments of every description the best and cheapest, to be had of J. MOORE, Buxton-road, Huddersfield. Bands supplied at wholesale prices. Old instruments bought or taken in exchange. Patterns, prices and testimonials post free. Music for any kind of band. Patronised by tho Army, Navy, Rifle Corps and Principal Professional and Amateur Bands of the United Kingdom. Pianofortes, Harmoniums and Harps by the best makers. CLEANLINESS.—W. G. NIXEY'S Refined BLACK LEAD sold everj-wherc by all Shopkeepers. everywhere by all Shopkeepers. LEANLINESS.—W. G. NOTTSRcflued BLACK LEAD for C polishing stoves, &c., equal to burnished steel, without waste or dust. WG. NIXEY'S Refined BLACK LEAD.—" Cleanliness."— a The proprietor begs to CAUTION the public against being imposed upon by unprincipled tradesmen, who, with a view of deriving greater profit, are manufacturing and vending SPURI- ,OUS IMITATIONS of the above article.—Ask for W. G. NIXEY'S BLACK LEAD, and see that you have it. 12, Soho Square, London, W. n OAKEY & SON'S EMERY and BLACK LEAD MILLS, Blackfriars Road, London, S. OAKEY'S SILVERSMITHS' SOAP (nonmercural), for Clean- ing and Polishing Silver, Electroplate, Plate Glass, Marble, &c. Tablets 6d. OAKEY' Wellington KNIFE POLISH Packets 3d. each tins 6d., Is., 2s. 6d. and 4s. each. 0 ANEYS Indiarubter KNIFE BOARDS, from Is. Od. each. OAKEY'S GOODS SOLD Everywhere by Ironmongers, Oilmen, Grocers, Brushmakers, Druggists, &c. WT5~. ATKINSES" CHAMPION PLATE POLISH, is only Sixpence a Box. C Sold everywhere by Chemists, Ironmongers, Grocers, kc. ORW L'K'S BAKING POWDER A,as awarded TWO GOLD MEDALS for superiority over every other. Y'EATMAN'S YEAST POWDER, superiorlolSAKlNG POW: I DER or YEAST, adopted by Her Majesty's Government, and used in Her Majesty's Kitchen. HEAP JEWEtUiRY.—Shopkeepers and Hawkers will find best assortment and lowest prices at MILLINGTON'S, 12, Houndsditch, E.C. Gilt and Vulcanite Jewellery, Clocks Watches, Musical Boxes, Cutlery, Combs, Spectacles, Pens, Pipes, Purses, E.P. Goods. Catalogues free. Establishgd 1857. THE VILLAGE BROUGHAM, the Victoria Brougham, and the Park Brougham, RKOISTBRED. First, forms perfect open or closed carriage; second, Brougham and Victoria; third, Brougham, Victoria and Driving Phteton, all in the most perfect manner. Can be made any size. Drawings sent. J. BIDDLECOME, 57, Great Queen Street, Long Acre, London. HE BATHS, ST. LAWliENCE-ON-SEA. — THE I GRANVILLE HOTEL. The OZONODIZED and IODINE BATHS, in addition to their curative properties, are pronounced by all who have tried them to be the most perfect and luxurious baths in the world. Amongst many of the more recent testimonials we have selected the following:— FROM HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF NEWCASTLE. "The Granville, St. Lawrence-on-Sea, Thanet, Oct. 12, 1871. "I have been in a great many baths both in this country and abroad, and I have never found any to compare with those at this hotel. The water apparatus for douches, &c., is unequalled, and the comfort of the Ozone Baths indescribable.—NEWCASTLE." AG L E TNSURA N CE"C0 M P A~NY.—EstablishedTsoY. JCj (FOR LIVES ONLY.) 79, PALL MALL, LONDON. Premiums £ 355,515. Invested Funds £ 3,276,395. Interest aud Dividends (being £ 4 8s. per cent.).. £ 137,731. FURTHER SECURITY.—A subscribed Capital of more than £ 1,500,000.—Tqe Expenses of Management are under 3 per cent.—■ NEXT DIVISION OF SURPLUS IN 1872. GEORGE HUMPHREYS, Actuary and Secretary. /^HUBB'S Patent SAFES and Strong-Rooiii DOOIZS, to resist Wedges, Drills, and Fire. List of prices free.—CHUBB and SON, Makers to the Bank of England, 57, St. Paul's, London, Manchester, Liverpool, and Wolverhampton. d'i E-URGfcTPRICE'S PATENT (Priz« Medal, IMJ2), FIRM and VX BURGLAR PROOF BOOK and PLATE SAFES arc the best and cheapest in the trade.—GEORGE PRICE, Cleveland Safe and Lock Works, Wolverhampton. A NEW SPECIAL PACKAGE TOBACCO. HIGNETT'S "GOOD as GOLD."—Registered title. JLJL A combination of the finest full-flavoured TOBACCOS. This article will be found a luxury to old smokers. Sold only in Packets of 1, 2, and 4 ounces. HIGNETT, BROTHERS & Co., 55, Whitechapel, Liverpool. SIX GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS (as sample) Post Free for Two Shillings, from GEORGE BOTTERILL & SONS (Established 30 Years), 33, Cheapside, London. II written guarantee on each packet. B F DUBLIN. (Largest Brewery in Ireland but one.) Prices and terms on application. BORWICK'S Gold Medal BAKING POWDER makes nice JL) Bread, Tea Cakes and Scones without Yeast. HOLER A, Diarrhoea, Small-Pox, F'ei,erki, .tnd Skiii affections, V_/> the predisposition to, is prevented by LAMPLOUGH'S PYRETIC SALINE. Obtain and take it as directed.- Sold by Chemists everywhere, and the Maker, II. LAMPLOUGH, 113, Hoi born, London. DR. J. TXJLLFS ILLIFJ WNK'S (JJILOJ":OIJ YN K, rpHE GREAT RE, MEDY of the day for ROUGHS, COLDS, ASTH JgHONClIITIS, and NEITRALGIA; a few doses will cure all incipient cases. Caution.-The extraor- dinary medical reports on the efficiency of Chlorodyne renders it of vital importance that the public should obtain the genuine, which is now sold under the protection of Government authorising a stamp bearing the words Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne, without which non is genuine. See decision of Vice-Chancellor Sir W. Page Wood, the July 16, 1864. Sold in bottles, Is. 1W., 2s. 9d.. and 4s. &1., by all chemists. Sole manufacturer, J. T. DAVENPORT, 33, Great Russell Street, London, W.C. PROTECTED BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT. DR. LEVENSTON'S African Rheumatic Oil for the Cure of Rheumatism, Rheumatic Gout, Lumbago, Pains in the Limbs. Price 4s. 6d. per Bottle, duty included. The most effectual cure ever discovered. London Wholesale Agents Edwards, 38, Old Change; Butler and Co., 4, Cheapside; F. Newbery and Son, 37, Newgate Street; Barclay and Son, Farringdon Street; Sangers, 150, Oxford Street. 133 HEALTH SECURED BY THE~USB~of DAVIES'S TONIC, APERIENT, AND LIVER PILLS, which are a most efficient remedy for persons.suffering from indi- gestion, liver complaints, eostiveness, sickness, wind in the stomach, lownesg of spirits, singing noises in the cars, nervousness, palpi- tatism of the heart, giddiness, headache, piles, gravel, tic dolorcux, &c. They may be taken with safety at any season of the year, and require no confinement to the house; on the contrary, moderate exercise promotes their good effects. One trial will ensure their being registered as "The Family Pills," so gentle is their action, so certain their cure. Sold in boxes at Is. lid. and 2s. 9d. each. Prepared and sold by the sole proprietor, Thomas Howell, Phar- maceutical Chemist, Bute-street, Cardiff; and may be had of all respectable chemists. Sent direct for 14 or 36 stamps. 109 IFE p- rotectod JLJ and secured against the enemy, Death, by Mothers keepinsc in the house a packet of "DAME EUROPA'S INFANT LIFE PRESERVERS." Once tried always used. TEETHING, Small-pox, Scarlatina, Measles, &c., meet with a ready relief if the "EU- ROPA POWDERS" are used. Mothers, try them, and publish their effect. "Dame Europa's Infant Life Preservers" are pre- pared only by the Inventor, B. A. GEORGE, Family Chemist, Pentre, Pontypridd and sold in packets, at is. ljd., and 28. 0tl. each, by every chemist in the world. May be had post free from the Inventor for 14 or 34 stamps. Wholesale W. Mather, London and Manchester, and Barclay & Sons. Agent in Cardiff, Coleinan, chemist. 159 DANIEL'S DANDKLION COFFEE. Prepared from the pure, fresh Dandelion Root, and con- taining in an agreeable form all its properties, the valuable quali- ties of which are daily becoming more generally appreciated. AS an article of diet to invalids, and those who suffer from weak digestion, &c., it will be found invaluable, at the same time eX- tremely pleasant to the palate. Prepared by W. L. DANIEL, CHEMIST, MERTHYR, and sold only in tins, at Is. 6d. each, which may be had direct from the Proprietor, and through nil respectable Chemists and grocers. Be sure that you ask for, and see that you are supplied with, DANIEL'S DANDELION COFFEE. 1 SAFEG TJ A R D TO TIIE LUNG- kQ) DAVIES'S (Cwmavon) Improved BALSAM of ICELAND MOSS is pronounced to be an invaluable remedy for those complaint" which are most prevalent during the winter months, viz., fluenza, Coughs, Cokls, Asthma, Wheezing of the Chest, Difficulty of Breathing, Hoarseness, Loss of Voice, Spitting of Blood, &c-> &c. Consumptive patients will find this Balsam, if taken in time, very efficacious in staying the progress of that most distressing and painful malady; being agreeable to the palate, children Will take it readily. Prepared and sold by the sole proprietor, Thomas Howell, Pharmaceutical Chemist, Bute-street, Cardiff; and may be had of all respectable chemists. Sold in bottles, Is. 1.}J- :ind 2s. 9d. each. 108 Printed and Published by the sole pronrietors, DAVID IH'NCAF AND SONS, at their Offices, 11, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1872.
WOOL MARKET.—FRIDAY. The wool market has continued steady in tone. A full average business has been passing in English wool, and extreme rates have been obtained. At the public sales of colonial produce a fair amount of animation has been apparent. Choioe qualities have been in request, at the opening advance, but inferior, greasy samples have been Id. per lb. lower. ————