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The Household.

The Household.

Some Simple Tests of Water. The water in some country districts is very im- pure. A few simple tests, whereby an opinion as to the quality of any water may be formed, may be useful. One of these has reference to the colour. Fill a bottle made of pure, clear, colourless glass; lo
06 May 1893 - Cardiff Times - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
A SATURDAY SERMON.

A SATURDAY SERMON.

Between the period of national honour and complete degeneracy there is usually an interval of national vanity, during which examples of virtue are recounted and admired without being imitated. The Romans were never more proud of their ancestors than when they oeased to resemble
06 May 1893 - Cardiff Times - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SHOCKING FATALITY AT  ; TFIEHERBERT.  :;.¡.--....

SHOCKING FATALITY AT ; TFIEHERBERT. :;.¡.--....

SHOCKING FATALITY AT TFIEHERBERT. • On Moftday evening a haulier named Mark Taff, 50 years of nge, employed as a haulier by Mr Cullens, contractor under tho Rhondda Valley Brewery Company, and residing at Penyrenglyn, fell off the front part of the dray to the ground as the horse
06 May 1893 - Cardiff Times - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
CARDIFF DIVORCE SUIT.

CARDIFF DIVORCE SUIT.

In the Divorce Division of the High Court of Justice on Tuesday—before the President (Sir Francis Jeune)—the case of Foulkes v. Foulkes was heard. This was a suit by Mrs Elizabeth loulkes for a dissolution of marriage on the ground of the cruelty, desertion, and adultery of her
06 May 1893 - Cardiff Times - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ANTI-SEMITIC AFERAY IN AUSTRIA.

ANTI-SEMITIC AFERAY IN AUSTRIA.

J."VIENNA, Monday.—A despatch from Troppau fo>es ^efca^s an affray caused by anti-Semitic 'lowing which has occurred at that town. It Ppcars that 4-0 of the townspeople carried their :tl.J wish prejudices so far as to make a violent fe uPon five Jewish officers. The latter de- t
06 May 1893 - Cardiff Times - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 

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CADOXTON AND BARRY.

CADOXTON AND BARRY.

FINANCE COMMITTKE.—The members met at the board-room, Cadoxton, General Lee in the chair, on Tuesday afternoon. General Lee was unanimously re-elected chairman for the coming year. The Clerk (Mr J. A. Hughes) read an estimate of expenses for the past half-year, which amounted to
06 May 1893 - Cardiff Times - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
BLAENAVON.

BLAENAVON.

IMPROVEMENTS AT THE RAILWAY STATION.— In reply to a memorial presented to the Great Western Railway Company by the chamber of trade, Mr Henry Parry, solicitor, the chairman of that body, has just received a letter from the assistant general manager, stating that the com- pany ha
06 May 1893 - Cardiff Times - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
PEMBROKE DOCK.

PEMBROKE DOCK.

LIBERAL annual general meeting of the Pembroke Dock Liberal Associa- tion was held at the Club-room on Tuesday even- ing, Mr Isaac Smedley, J.P., presiding.—The annual report and balance-sheet, from which it appeared that the condition of the association, both financially and ot
06 May 1893 - Cardiff Times - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
KENFIG HILL./■

KENFIG HILL./■

KENFIG HILL. PAINFULLY SUDDEN DEATH,—MtS and Mrs H. Eurfyl Jones, having been to see some friends away by the 2.45 train from Pyle station on Thursday last, on their return called at Mr and Mrs T. D. Williams, drapers, and had tea. Mrs Powell, however, who previously seemed in th
06 May 1893 - Cardiff Times - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
BUILDING TRADES IN MERTHYR.

BUILDING TRADES IN MERTHYR.

< A Dispute Settled. The members of the Merthyr Operative Stone- masons' Society—about 50 in number ceased work on Monday, in pursuance of a six months' notice, to enforce a new code of rules, which had < not been agreed to by all the employers. But < during the day several of t
06 May 1893 - Cardiff Times - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales