iE. 8. ANDREWS AND SON, COMPLETE FUNERAL FURNISHERS THE MEWS, GLEBE ST., PENARTH. EVERY REQUISITE FOR FUNERALS OF ALL CLASSES. FuneráIs Conducted with Refinement and Economy. Telephonic Communication with Chief Offices, Cardiff S ESTABLISHED 1888 Potato & Fruit Stores, (Anchor Hous) GLEBE STREET, PENARTH. Good Selection of ENGLISH and FOREIGN FRUIT always kpt in Stock. Goods Delivered Daily to all parts of the Town. H. MATTHEWS, Proprietor I Poultry! Youltry I I WISED WIRE HETTIH6, IN 50 YARD ROLLS. 2~in. mesh, 2ft 4s, 3ft 6s 4ft 8s. 1, GflltVAJlISED COUGaTED ROOFING SHEETS, 6ft, 1s 7d. 7 ft, 1s 10d. 8 ft, 2s Od. 1 Patent flOOFIflG fEhIS IN 25 YARD ROLLS. x Best Medium. Common. 8s 5s. 9d 4s. per roll. J. PHILLIPS, & CO., "4 Manufacturing Iromnomonger, f. C1ID8¡¡¥8N:, 20/. ORDERS DELIVERED. THE GREAT AMERICAN PRESCRIPTION. 1 has ^nrnjiht to light a guaranteed Remedy for (M IT i 1 ^m)r* outh, Lost Manhood, Weakness, Dimness of Op-u" > er\ Liver complaints, and all Diseases of the Urinary bl.ti"LJ.1I. i iUsoi/jition js in the Uan is of a Minister, who will befriend any one suffering front ti.t'MJ v.iici'v«tint,r diseases. It lifts \f ■■ CHr-HO THOUSANDS. -rely l 'r.!F-R(!'¡l'f:ed !<t.;Hltn,I, to the Hev. DAVIO JUNKS, Rav Villa, Lewes, the Prescription wul he rt..u.o Vitfcti OF OHAliciE. aW-* this Payer.. AN AMERICAN ORGAN It IOOK FREE. Send youP address on a tfost-card, and you -will receive the i finest and most elaborate Catalogue of American Organs and PLmod ever published. It A g y™1 F"" O will show you the latest and f\ \jf I*$ £ • I 1 best styles, and how to S^g v m—m O Satisfaction guaranteed before you pay. Write to us, mentioning this paper. You will be more than pleased at the result, if you | do it at once. ORGANS, carriage paid, trom £ 10. > References specially permitted to & H. OSBORNE, ESQ., 132, FLEET 8TREET, LOW DON, K.C., of whom catalogues may bo lind free on application, and information obtained aa to the Organs can be seen and tested in London, or write direct to I CORNISH & CO., WASHINGTON. NEW JERSEY, VO=D ST.LVO OV Is I 16 Vears).
Penarth Dock Accident. I LEG AND RIBS FRACTURED- fietvp -1 LCHpPeotep o°'xl°,ck on Wedriesda,.y afternoon, Wi/ fe,! down tJ, u liviuK$7, Maughan &,n penartS n" f d of the *-8' Wwtb.ook, now Cam °Q8table Sn °J *,rst ni(* WH8 rendered by to Jfa'n l)at master of the vessel -SfttnadrvB^ ?uveyed ttl« umoi'u»"'»te fellow a« o ul t w"ertf upon examination (10 was 1^ eg and several rib# were fractured.
:WHEI| MATCHJ1^AOST RBU8«D CLEJAXSEli SOAP is ueed.
Death of a well-known Penarth i. Carpenter. J We regret to announce the death fiom phthisis of Mr John Veal, formerly of Bideford. agtd 38, which took place on March 12. at 32, Salop Street, Penarth, Mr Veal who has beeu an employee of Mr Tape for the past H years was an excellent mechanic, and was most popular amongat his fellow-carpenters and friends, whe deeply deplore hia untimely demise. The deceased's wife also died from the sams fsll disease—consumption—two years ago, and thsrs are now left four orphan children who will, happily, be adopted by their parents' relatives. The funeral takes place on Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Penarth football Club. 1st XV. FIXTURES. 1894-95. 1-- bate Versos. At Result Sept- 15 Ebb Vale H won to 22 Pontymoile H won » 29 Pontypridd H won Oct. 6 Gloucester H won « 13 Morriston A won 20 Bristol A won t, 27 Llanelly H lost Nov 3 Abergavenny A won 10 Devonport Albion H won u 17 Cardiff A won „ 24 Neath H won,, Dec. 1 Aberavon H won t, 18 Newport H lost i) 10 Moseley H won » 25 Penygraig A drawn, 22 Aberavon A drawn 6 Barnstaple A won t, 27 Plymouth A won 29 Morriston H won Jan; 5 Bath H won 12 Swansea H not pl,(I,- J, 19 Neath A lost „ 26 Llanelly H won Feb. 2 Penygraig 0; H not plcl, 9 „ 9 Swansea A „ » 16 Pontypridcl A „ „ 23 Bristol H „ March 2 Newport A lost 9 Llanelly A „ 11 Barnstaple H „ 16 Ireland v. Wales „ 23 Bath A „| |30 Abergavenny H April 6 Cardiff H „ 12 Dewsbury H 13 Gloucester A „ 15 Leicester A "A" TEAM FIXTURES. Date Versus At Result, Sept. 15 Penarth Windsor B won „ 22 Cardiff Hornets H won 99 29 Dinas Powis H won Oct. 6 Whitchurch A won „ 13 Newport Extra XV H won. „ 20 Bristol 2nd XV H lost „ 27 Mertbyr A lost Nov. 3 Pontyclown H won, „ 10 Pontypridd 2nd XV A won 11 17 Barry H woa „ 24 Neath 2nd XV A lost Dec. 1 Crumlin A lost „ 8 Tondu A lost 15 Grangetown Star H won 22 Tondu H won „ 26 Caldicot H not pl'd „ 29 Dinas Powis A won Jan. 5 Barry A „ 12 Caldicot A „ 19 Neath 2nd XV H „ 26 Uek A Feb. 2 Pontyclown A 9 Cardiff Hornets H 16 Pontypridd 2nd XV H „ 23 Bristol 2nd XV A 5 March 2 Crumlin H „ 9 Grangetown Star H „ 16 Ireland v. Wales ,f 23 Newport Extra XV H „ 30 Mertbyr H April 13 Whitchurch H I 15 Usk fl MATCHLESS CLEANSER haa swept awaf. A thousMMi imi« et WMtuag