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FERNDALE

SMOKELESS STEAM COAL.

PROPRIETORS

D. DAVIS & SONS, LTD.

FERNDALE COALS are produced from the Ferndale Collieries, in the Rhondda Fach and Rhondda Fawr Valleys, which include those acquired from Messrs. A. Tylor & Co., Limited.

These Collieries are altogether situated within that portion of the South Wales Coalfield whence the best Steam Coals are worked, and, adjoining each other, THE COALS WORKED FROM THEM ARE UNIFORM IN QUALITY.

FERNDALE COALS are well known for their great evaporative power, purity, and durability.

They are purchased extensively for the English Admiralty, many of the largest English, French, Austrian, and Russian Steamship Companies, for shipment to the principal Depôts and for the Indian Railways, and by some of the largest Shippers of Coal.

Offices of the Company: Registered Offices—7, BUTE CRESCENT, CARDIFF. London Offices-138, LEADENHALL ST., E.C.

Paris Offices-31, RUE DE CAUMARTIN.

The Shipping World Year Book

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Port Directory.

ALMANACK FOR 1905.

ARTICLES OF THE CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR 1905. Golden Number vi | Dominical Letter...

A. Epact 24 Roman Indiction...

3 Solar Cycle 10 Julian Period

6618

ECLIPSES. Feb. 19--A Partial Eclipse of the Moon, parily visible at Greenwich. March 6-An Annular Eclipse of the Sun, invisible at Greenwich. Aug. 15-A Partial Eclipse of the Moon, partly visible at Greenwich. Aug. 30-A Total Eclipse of the Sun, partly visible at Greenwich.

The Year 5666 of the Jewish Era commences on Sept. 30, 1905. Ramadan (Month of Abstinence observed by the Turks) commences

on October 30, 1905. The Year 1323 of the Mohammedan Era co:nmences on March 8,

1905.

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THE RT. HON. A. J. BALFOUR'S FIRST MINISTRY,

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Premier. First Lord of the Treasury. ' Rt. Hon. ARTHUR J. BALFOUR.
Lord Privy Seal.

| Most Hon. Marquess of SALISBURY. Lord President of the Council and

President of the Board of Educa. Most Hon. Marquess of LONDONDERKY, tion

(K.G. Lord Chancellor.

Rt. Hon, Earl of HALSBURY.
Home Department Rt. Hon. A. AKERS-DOUGLAS.
Secretaries
Foreign

Most Hon. Marquess of LANSDOWNE, K.G.
Colonial

Rt. Hon. ALFRED LYTTELTON.
or State.
War

Rt, Hon. H. O. ARNOLD-FORSTER,
India

Rt. Hon. W. ST. JOHN BRODRICK.
Chancellor of the Exchequer

Rt. Hon. J. AUSTEN CHAMBERLAIN First Lord of the Admiralty

Rt. Hon. Earl of SELBORNE. Lord Chancellor of Ireland.

Rt. Hon. Lord ASHBOURNE. Chief Secretary for Ireland..

Rt. Hon. G. WYNDITAM. President of the Board of Trade, Rt. Hon, GERALD W. BALFOUR. Postmaster-General

RI. Hon. LORD STANLEY. Secretary for Scotland

Rt. Hon. A. GRAHAM-MURRAY. President Local Govt. Board

Rt. Hon. WALTER H. LONG. President Board of Agriculture Rt. Hon. Earl of ONSLOW, G.G.M.G.

[The above form the Cabinet. ]

Office.

Minister.

Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland
Chancellor, Duchy of Lancaster
First Commissioner of Works
Under Secretary Foreign Affairs
Under Secretary India..
Under Secretary Colonies
Under Secretary Home Dept.
Under Secretary for War
Financial Secretary for War
Financial Secretary to Admiralty
Parliamentary Secretary to Board

of Trade
Parliamentary Secretary to Local

Government Boad
Parliamentary Secretary to Board

of Education..
Attorney-General
Solicitor-General..
Lord Advocate
Solicitor General for Scotland
Attorney-General for Ireland
Solicitor-General for Ireland

Earl of DULLEY.
Rt. Hon. Sir W. H. WALROND), Bt.
Rt. Hon. Lord WINDSOR.
Earl PERCY, CB.
Earl of HARDWICKE,
Sir M. F. OMMAVEY, K.C.B,
Hon. T. H. A. E. COCHRANE.
Earl of DONOUGH MORE.
BROMLEY DAVENTORT, Esq., D.S.O.
E. G. PRETYMAN, Esq.
A. BONAR LAW, Esq.

John Grant Lawson, Esq.
Sir WILLIAM INSON, Bt.
Sir Robert B. FINLAY, G.C.M.G.
Rt. Hon. Sir E. H, CARSON.
Rt. Hon. C. SCOTT DICKSON, K.C.
David PUNDAS, Esq., K.C.
| Rt. Hon. J. ATKINSON.
J. H. M. CAMPBELL, Esq., K.C.
Hon. Allwyn FELLOWES.
H. W. FORSTER, Esq.
Lord BALCARRES,
Sir A ACLAND-HOOD.

Junior Lords of the Treasury

Joint Secretaries to the Treasury { VICTOR CAVENDISI, Esq.

Civil Lord of the Admiralty

A. H. LEE, Esq.

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