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EXCURSIONS. PAND A. CAMPBELL (LIMITED? LM- MJLJN?S FROM CARDIFF ?cd PEARTIL <VM, w<tth<t, ud afteanuganow permit tine.) LJfcAVE CIA g IFF. Sat, 28—12-15, 1.30, 2.50, 3.30, •4.30, 5.30, 6.0 pm Mea., 30-1.45, 8t.JO am. 2.25, 3.15,4.40. 5.30, 7-15, 08.0 pm Tms., 41-&IL &45 am. m 84.30, 5.40, 6J0, 7.45, »S_» pm Wed., lO, 9.25, 10.30 am, 4.20, 5.15 &45 7-30. *8.40, 9.30 They&, i—8?, *l0.15, 1 1L30 am, 5.5, &0, 7.15, 8.1a TN., 3—ULO <0i,.L2.6 noon, 5.40, 7-50 pm I LEAVE WESTON. L20, ') Z5 oj 25 -5.15, &K,. 7.G, i.fS ii | *8.40 am, 1-30, 3.30. 4.15, 6.0, .1.0, 8.30, 8.45 pm 8.55 am, 3.0, 4.35, 85.2Q.; 6.4C, 7.25, 9.0, 9.15 pm 8.55, *10.15 am, 3^0, 5.30, 6.15, 7.40, 8.25, -9.50, 10.20 8.55, ♦10.30, -11.0 am, I 4,0, 6.10, 7.0, 3JC, 9 10 8.50 pm vUBHST ao4 CHEAP WtSS-LVD TICKETS are Itaoed to Principal Stations ifi WEST OF ENGLAND. Afro DAY TICUTS to CHEDDAR and WELLS. I-MA VB CABDITF. LEAVE CLEVXDON. 6«t., U-HLSG pm 16.25 pm MOIL. 3«—2.30. M.45 pm 18.25 am, S.10 pm Ji—5.40, ba_M pm ) 9.5 am, 9.10 pm Wed., 1-4.30 pm 19.36 pm i.TATI R4RNR*TT, j LZAVB^BKISTOI* 8at., 28-h1.30 pm { 5.33 pm Man., M.4S pm 7.30 am, 7.15 pm t Tues., 31—3.40, b5JO pm 8.15 am, 8.15 pm Wed.. 1-4..).) pm ) 8.45 pm wu. VB rTpnigf fXEAYS MINEHKA.T). Sat., 2S-2.0 pm 5.0 pm Ti'ars., 2—9.30 am 11.20 pm LEAVE CARDIFF. I LEA YEo CLOVELL Y. Wed., 1-9.30 am 4.30 pm Thurs., 2—9.30 am 4.45 pm IXATK. CARDIFF LE A VS ^ILFRACOltBE. Sat., 2&-p-30, CJ7.33 pm §10.30 pm Moo., 30—f».25 am j 2.15 pin Tues., 31-tlo.o am I 3.0 pm Wed., 1—1«.30 am 15.45 pm Thurs., 2-i.30 at: j 6.0 pm Fri., 5—9_50 am j 6.0 pm + Chop Souta to Devon and CornwalL SATURDAY, AUGUST 28. APTKKNOON TRIP CLEVELHJN and BRISTOL. Cardiff bl.30 pm, Bristol 4 30 pm, dcvadon 6.25. fans (either place), 2s. REGATTA AT MINEHEAD. ATTIEBNOOS TRIP MINEHEAD.—Cardiff 2.0 pm, Mioecewl 5.0 pm. Fare, 2.s. id. NOTE.—The time of leaving Jtineb^ad previously advertised at 5.30 pm this day, i8 now altered to 5.0 pm. EVENING TRIP ILFRACOMBE DIRECT (Giving about li Hour ou. Shore).-Cardlil 96.30 pm, lliraoombe ilO.JG pm. Fare, 2s. NOTF-This Steamer starts from CkrdiC. MONDAY, AUGUST 30. AFITKBSOOJT TRIPS CLEVEDON aad BRLTMR- Caniar 2.30 and b4.45 pm, 3rialol 7.15 pm, Clevedon 8.10. Fare ^eitier place), 23 TUESDAY, AUGUST 31. AFTERNOON TRIP CLEVEDON ajid BRISTOL.— Cardiff 3.40 pm, Bristol 8-15 pm, Clevedoo. 9.10. Fare (either place), Zs. CLEVEDON and RRISTOL.-Card-iff b5.z,o pm, Bris- tol 8.15 pm, Cleredon 9.10. Fares: Clevedon, Is.; Bns- tol, 2L WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. CLEVEDON and BRISTOL —Cardiff 4.30 pm. Bristol 8.45 pm, Clevedon 9.35. Fares: C'tovedon, 13. 6d.; Bristol, 3s. Does DOt call at Penarth. c Single Trip. i Does not call off Lynmouth. e Via Weston, b Peoarth 20 mlautes earlier a Peaarth 25 minutes earter. h Psnarth 30 mmtrtas earlier. SPECIAL NOTICE.—Passengers' Lagyage Is trans- ferred to and from the Steamer at Cardiff Free of Charge. THROUGH BOOKINGS from all TAFK VALE and RHTMKEY RAILWAY STATIONS to WBSTON, MTVKHK.A n and ILFRACOMBE. For Further Particulars, Tickets, Ac., apply to W M. GUY, 70a, Bate-street; or T. COOK and SON, 2, Duko-street. Cardiff TeteeraJM: "PMmroae." Nat. Tel., Cardia, 21L a4578 B A R R Y R A I LW A Y. MAGNIFICENT (RED FUNNEL) STEAMERS. DAILY TTMX-TABLK SERVICES, Via BARRY PIER (WINC Weather, Accidents, Hindrances, or oUmc Circumstances Permitting). WBSTON SERVICE. Train* leave Daily (Not Sundays). Porta, Bridgend. Steamer Ckrdlff Pontypridd. Calling Returns Onvtr- 10 Kioa. All Vale from aide). Later. Statione. Westoa. 7.22 aot .66 am S.30 am 8.15 am 1.20 aim 0 am 11. 9 am 1L25 am U. 5 pm 11.10 am 1-45 pm 1.45 pm 1.32 pm l-i7 pea 6-17 pm 415 pa 5.40 pm -i.1S pm 7.46 pm 9.34 pnt FareeCardiff to Weston: Single Is. Sd., Day Trip 28., All Bve&ing Trips, 5.0 pm and after, la. return, Wednesday, 2.C pm and after, is. 6d.  XI-Ni?ULAD, HXMOUTH, AND ILFRACOMBE SERVICE. Porth, Bridgend. pteamol Cardiff Pontypridd, Calling lAanlll (Blver- 10 Mine. All Vale lltracwnbe ride) Later. fctaiiona. Daily at 8.37 am e.Ctm 3.30 am 5.30 pto Steamer cails Minehead Thursday-. ?nd; Friday, Ird; Saturday. 4th: Monday, 6th; Tuesday, Tth; Wed- t«wjay, Sth. Returns from Minehead at 6.50 pm each lay; Wednesday, Sth, at 8.30 pm. Fares:—Cardiff to )Lnehead-Da.y Trip, 2s. 6d. and is.; Ilfraoombe, 3s. and 4s. EUturday, Z8"h.-A.Jternoon Trp Mineht-ad and Cruise. -Kzl,rew Train Cardiff Riverside 2.10 pm, (intermediate time* see bills). Minehead 7.15 pm. Fare: Minehead, 25.; Cruise, 2s. 6d. Monday, 3Oth.-Clovelly.-Exprg Cardiff Riverside 1.37 am (intermediate times see bills), Clovelly t.10. The Trip previously advertised to Mumbles and Tenby tn this da;te is Unavoidably Cancelleii. Tuesday, 51st.—Clovelly.—Cardiff Riverside 9.37 am Jintermediaie times see bills), Cwvelly 4.10 pm. Wednesday, 1st.—Afternoon Trip Hristul.- Train Car- diff Riverside 3-40 teal ling stations to Barry), Brirtoi 8.0 pm. Fare: Cardiff, 2s. 6d.; Cogao and Barry Stations. 2s. § Cails off Lynmcuth to and fro. • Last steanu* flw Porth and Bridgend Sections. Through bookings from all Barry, Taff, Ehymnejy Station*. E. LAKE, General Manaeer. a4960 "MUCH IN LITTLE." &-ien,tiet,s are ondeavouring to rednce the bulk 1I.nd to render ail articles m-ed for food more p,ortQ,bl,e. As a result, yen can now carry roar breakfast in one waistcoat pocket and the ingredients of a good plate of soup in the jtber. This result has long- been attained in Pharmacy, whilet new and improved methods of se.ection and concentration have been introduced. Although establi-hed over half a Bentary. KERNICK'S VEGETABLE IJILLS ilre up to date, and contain tke essence of  herbs i thr puræt form, and. therefo.e, in the highest degree curative. For a 4i6or<iered stach. impadred dilation, -I, ??? ?nipuM Mood. a. yellow or ?mu?ddy ? complexion, biliousness, &c tht?e lJe,ebted Pilte are unsut-prae?d when taken tocoNhng to the directions accompaB?n? ?ah bo?SoId in 7., l3?d.. and 23. 9d box? 1aml Stores, or d??t of l?°xAi 1 ^? (L.mited? The Lab?r?tory. SOl5RNrrK T W. P. CARYL, F.S.M.C., THE Qualified Eyesight Specialist for SIGHT-TESTING and SPECTACLES, 16, HIGH STREET ARCADE, CARDIFF. And 15. UNION-STREET, SWANSEA. e684 9 TO-DAY'S OUTLOOK. This is an exprewion often used in conneo tian with national or public affairs. But it may very wall be applied to a matter having a more personal bearing. Wha* is your out- look from the point of Health? Is it hope- ful. or is it dark and doubtÎul Doea your life on the whole seem likely to prove a suc- ca.s? The answer to these questions largely depends upon the state of your Health. 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