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I (TELL THE TIME IN THE DAMT?fB?M 8 HAVE a Watch that .hows They are proving a great boon LUMINOUS WRIST WATCH II I B ? 1 you the time at mid. (N THE TRENCHES .<4?7??M? Splendid timekeeper, B???tQa))B?t9P?F B night as distinctly as h ih- grade keyless movement, Nickel tMBSfjSZ?BtS?????f night as distinctly as by day- ￼ THE FRONT S ig lv er Case, with strap in ??? ?????tSMSB?? ? ￼ B one of H. Smuel 5 famous time- Send one to your IOldiu lriead to.&y I any shade. 'I ?N?"??M?BS?tc?Bi??????? ? ￼ keepers with lumInous dials. See the large &eletien in th« window* MANY OTHER DESI8NS..21/ 25A uuwardc. ?<.?.?'.?.'?. B a) ,k,e., epers wi.t,h lumi. nous d,t.al, s. S..th.Iarg?.lecti.n in th. windows MAKY OTHER DE?aMS..Z1/2S/. upwards. ? ￼ l Corp..S?n.R.F..???H.S?lw???S??? 1 B Keepers with luminous dials. SI«e I C A lIf lUkL 15, DUKE ST. S'FP.EET'Aewing he 40141 I t ? SMASHED BYACERMAMSH?Lj nU MC?mUHUEE)L ) ?'???????? seej7 lot thas v but even that did not stop it Watc h maker to t e Admirity 6, QUEEN ST., J:' 'il o o usehold $ c?n be really happy if any of its members are ailing. Sound health in a ¡ ? family is a boon priceless beyond words, and without it, success and 5 felicity are practically ;mpossiblo. Much illness is positively unnecessary > ? and is occasioned chiefly by neglect. Much anxiety given on this account £ ? to near and dear ones is, therefore, avoidable. It is of the utmo import- ? &nee that a reliable remedy should always be at hand to relieve the ££ i earliest symptoms of indisposition. Beecham's Pilla are an excellent house- ￼ ? hold mediciD?—safe to take and iure in their curative results. No home ? Should Be Without ? ? t h em. They exercise a beneficial effect upon the liver, stomach, kidneys | ? and bowels. They give speedy relief, and, in time, they remove most of J £ the ailments connected with these important organs. Attacks of bilious- 5 ? new, constipation, natulence, headache, dyspepsia and other disorders of 5 5 the digestive system are speedily dispelled by > BEECHAM'S 1 PILLS There is yet another point the,, you should mark on the tablet of your I memory. Beecham's Pills, in addition to their acknowledged value in kidney. liver and stomach disorders, have a specially beneficial effect in < such ailments as are peculiar to women, many of whom endure needless J| < pain and ill-health through ignorance of this important fact. THI WINDSOR HOTEL, HOLTGN ROAD, BARRY DOCKS. PAMILY AND COMMERCIAL- HOTEL. WINE & SPIRITS OF THE CHOICEST QUALITY. BRAIN'S FLAGON ALES AND STOUT. FIRST-GUIS BILLIARD AND ASSEMBLY-ROOMS. STABLING. CBAKOHEB OF THE BRISTOL, WEST OF ENGLAND, k SOUTH WALES OPERATIVES PROVIDENT SOCIETY, THE LOYAL DAVID DA VIES LODGE G.U.O.O.F., AND THE STEAM ENGINE MAKERS' SOCIETY WAY. Tim. BU Bmmr. T. H HILL, MANAGER. VICTORIA HOTEL, BARRY DOCKS. E. WILLIAMS, PROPRIETOR. BASSETT ARMS HOTEL FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL), HOLTON KOAD, BARRY DOCKS, Midway between Barry Dock and Oadoxbon Stations). SPIRITS OF THE BEST QUALITY AND WELL MATURED CHOICEST tflNES AND CIGARS. WORTHINGTON'S CELEBRATED BITTER ALE ALWAYS ON DRAUGHT BILLIARDS with Burroughs and Watts' latest Improved Cushions. or Head Quarters of most of the Leading Sceieties of the District. PROPRIETOR A. J. HOPKIN. CASTLE HOTEL, BARRY DOCKS. ￼ ONLY ONE QUALITY, THE BEST. Most of the Societies of the District use the above Hotel for Meeting purpose MRS. FARMER. PROPRIETRESS. Barry Dock Hotel, 'Phone 267 Barry. Facing Barry Dock Railway Station. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. COMMERCIAL AND FAMILY. Splendid Banquet Hall for Balls, Receptions, & Dinners Special 1/6 Luncheon. Billiards, 3 Tables. E. W. CORKILL, MANAGER. Late of the Carlton, Cardiff. THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED l. THE BARRY AND CADOXTON DISTRICT. I 1 P S j t FURNITURE REMOVED P AU lE1T Furniture Carefully Removed. Vans of all Bizee kept. By Hour or Contract. Light and Heavy Hauling done at Moderate Prices. Estimates Free. POSTING I?? ALL ITS BRANCHES Estimates Free. David PAULETT, Coal Merchant, Court-road. CADOXTON-BAHHF. Offices-STATION YARD & JTARKET MEWS, CADOXTON. Telephone Uc. 349 ( Suitable Luggage Carta kept for Commercials, etc. Weddings a speciality. Grey Horses kept. 1 —- -— J I MATRIMONY A Young Man of good position and excellent character desires a SITUATION AS SON-IN-LAW in a Respectable Family. THE YOUNG LADY -J A D Y will be expected to select the Furniture from the vast stocks from which his parents obtained their excellent poods many years a go, the Business being still carried on by the well- known old-established Firm Bevan & Company, ita, I and known tar and wide, as 'The Cardiff Furnishers' Near the Empire, and 97, St. Mary St., CARDIFF, WITH BRANCHES THROUGHOUT SOUTH WALES. Immense Selection! everything for Furnishing. All Goods Warranted! Rock bottom prices! Delivery free by load or rail up to 200 miles from any of the Firm's numerous Branches Bevan and Company CARDIFF, NEWPORT, SWANSEA, &c. FOR EVERY DESCRIPTION OF HOUSE REPAIRS TOWN OR COUNTRY H. A. FOSTER, PARK CRESCENT, BARRY. POST ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 5% LOANS. If you have a private income, or are entitled to I. money or property under a Will or Settle. ment, we can arrange for you a Cash Advance at five per cent per annum, and Principal can remain outstanding over a number of years. NOTE OF HAND LOANS. (Without any other security) also advanced at very moderate rates extended over long or short periods. No charge unless business done. Apply CHARLES STEVENS, Ltd., Hayes Buildings, Cardiff. TEL. No. 4671 NOTE.-We shall be pleased to advise you free of all cost. No expense of any description unless business done ■ THE MOST P  PERFECT PAINT  Aj Experience can make or Jfl money can buy, is the CAMBRIAN M BRAND M H| (of Guaranteed ?!/?M/f? j? Q M 54 RICH STRONG COLOURS. Q H Ask your Ironmonger, or H f ) Decorator to show you 1^ } ) the Cambrian Paint < I j JJ Tint Card. LI See that the name If B ■ CAMBRIAN BRAND is ]■ Br on the tin, and ensure nB j ) absolute satisfactioa. I | j — MANLTACTLTUJ) BY im I I JAMES RUDMAN, BPJSTOL FOR PRINTING )f every description, try the Barry Dock News Printing Works. )1 CURE ￼ HAYMAN'S ULSAm M CURES IK COUGHS ,COLD ? lavaluablh_e Nur??ry MN? Bottle* 1/3 & 3i OF ALL CHEMISTS AND STORES. HLL jiiiirasffll mh PURE blood Pure Blood and a Clear Skin are impossible when the Liver, Stomach and Kidneys are sluggish or irregular. Holloway's Pills are exactly what is needed-a gentle but thorough corrective. They regulate the biliary secretions and promptly cure Headaches and J. Indigestion. iHOLUHKNftl PlLLOINTMENT l Holloway's Ointment, in con- 9B junction with the Pills is un- matched as a Skin Cure, speedily H removing all disfiguring blotches, ■ piY. Mes and blackheads. It is a ■ sure mcdy for Obstinate Sores S and L Wounds, as well as for II Rheuma. n. Lumbago, &c., while a in cases of Chest and Throat S Troubles it gives almost magical BB relief. Prices lIlt and 2/9 per box of Pills or pot r ^iutment 8 CLEARSKIN t
BARHY POLICE COURT
BARHY POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. Before Messrs. J. C. Meggitt, W. R. Lee, and W. Jones Thomas. SINGULAR SUMMONS AGAINST J.P. r FY-' 'I Air. 1). T. Alexander, J.P., lJmas Powis, was summoned by the Glamor- gan Education Committee for employ- children under age. Price Jones, school attendance officer, said ho visted Din as Powis School on the previous Thursday, and found eight boys under 14 absent. They wore employed by Mr. Alexander for a day's shooting. I Mr. Meggitt: You have no evidence. The case will be adjourned for a week. Mr. D. T. Alexander: Then I am en- titled to casts. I Mr. Meggitt: Yes. I WENT TO A PARTY. Charles W ilson, run elderly seaman, wa.s summotned for failing to proceed to sea on the 7th of January in the trans- port steamer Penolver. arrested by PC. Samuel White, defendant ,s,aid, "I wont to a party and failed to return in time to catch the ship." Fined £ 2. I CAUSED BY ILLNESS. John McCarthy, another seaman. was summonsed for similar offence. De- fendarlt.sa,id he was indisposed, and was not able to come to the ship the steamer Pollen. ri ined 22. ANOTHER BOARDING-MASTER FINED FOR SHEBEENING. Mr. Harold Lloyd, solicitor, repre- sented Harry Olsen, licensed seamen's boarding-haus.e keeper, 12, Travis- street, Barry Docks, who was sum- moned for selling intoxicating liquor without a licence. Police Inspector R. H. Thomas gave evidence that an the night of Decem- ber 24th, he watched the lion e. Ho saw four men leave and five enter. In company with Sergeant Proftheroe and Special-constable Charles Goslin, he enitered the house, the door being aj ar. In the middle room were seven men, six of whom were drinking. Defencl- ant's wife was coining out of the room. He asked 'her if they were her boarders. She replied: "I don't know, ask thain?" The Inispecor asked the men where they caime from, and one replied they were shipmates. Mrs. Ol'scn then told the men, "Don't trouble, he can't do any- thing; he saw no money pass." Witness read itihe warrant, and asked the woman if there was any more beer in the house, and she replied, "Yes, I have two cases in my bad-room." NA-litmess searched the houiso and found altogether ten flagons, two boititles of whisky, and two of port wine, with fourteen empty tiugons and three spirit booties. Mr. Llovd said the defendant's wife apparently controlled the house. She was expecting her daughter, who was studying tc become a school teacher, home from college, and had bought the beer for that oceaision. Defendant's wife and daugiter denied that any stale had taken place. They did not know the men were in the house. Frederick Neilsou, one of the men foiund'in the house, said the beer was bought by a man named Ross, who treated thean. Defendant was fined JE25, or two months' imprisonment. Mr. Meggitt. expressed a hope that the Clerk would bring Before the Dis- triet Council the fact that the house was con (trolled by the woman, and was very badly managed. ABSCONDED FROM SHIP. I Registration Officer Brimson said that Francesco Gonsalos, an American subject, charged with breach of the Alien's Order, absconded from the siteaimer Catina last August, and left the district wihout permission. Fined 20/ POLICEMAN'S FIND. I Alexander Gull, whom P.C. Murphy found drunk in Dock View-road, Barry Docks, on the previous Monday, for- feited a deposit of 10/ OFFENDING ALIENS. Other seamen, who c-ommitited breach of the Alien's Order, were Augusite Fon. seco, Carl T Haring, Frederick A. Wil- liams, Emil Korauen, Michael Dell is, John Touloupis, and Karalombos Voyas, who were fined 20/- each, on the evidence of Registration Officer Brimsooa. DESERTER FROM NORWEGIAN NAVY. Martin Johanson was charged with giving false particulars at. the Regis- tration Office, and with failing to re- gister. RegitraltiünOfficer Brimson said the defendant produced a Swedish pass- port, and gave a. false name. Accused afterwards admitted that h- was a, Norwegian. and 'had deserted from the Norwegian Navy. Accused wais sent. to prison for a month, Mr. Meggitt requesting that the case be reported to fli(, IToi)ip retarv. INTRICACY OF BREAD LAWS. The Bench had before them a i in which a local tradesman was j charged with selling broad in a cait with no scales. Mr. Alfred Jackson, solicitor, who appeared for the defendant, said hi. client had put on pressure." and finished his bread round soon after noon.. On the day in question the van was at the door. Owing to the large number of scales which had been stolen from stationary broad carts, de- fendant told his son to bring the scalea in. The latter had to take s.om» pastry to the Fort at Barry Island, and "thinking to kill two birds with one stone," he took tne van and deliv- ered some bread in High-street, without his father's knowledge. The lad generally took the loaves to High-street in a basket. It is a curious thing," Mr. Jackson added, that if bread is delivered in a van you must have scales, whereas if d-olivercu in a basket, you need not have scales." Mr. J. G. Thomas: What ha.s been said mitigates the offence. Defendant will be fined 10s. THE D. AND D SOU AD For being drunk and disorderly, Rial war Field, Jahatniieis Higgein, and Cornelius Oroles were lined 10 r each; and for landing from the;r ships without permission, Sverrs' Johairuseci and John. Ola were fined £1 each. MONDAY. Before Mr. J. G. Thomas and Air. Humphrey WaJlis. THE LATE MRS. J. W. MORRIS. i>eiore the commenouiiiuiLt of the business of the Court, Mr. J. U. Thomas said he wished to refer to the bereavements winch their loarned clerk, Mr. J. \V. Morris, had suffered recently. His wifB, lie said, had on Saturday, .alter a painiul illness, pased Ulwa,y. Only a fortnight ago his mother also passed away, and now a second paint ul blow had fallen upon him. There were cases of trouble and sorrow in which the sympathy of fiionjls w as a solace, and Mr. lorria was SO very much respected and es- teemed by all, and was held in great regard by the magistrates and solici- tors practising in that court, and also by -$he police officials, that he thought it was only right to express their deep Sympathy, and he hoped strength would be given him to bear up under this dreadful blow. Mr. Humphrey Wallis associated himself with the remarks. Mr. Alfred Jackson, solicitor, on be- haLf of the legal profession, said there was no body of practitioners anywhere from whotm Mr. Morris could be more certain of sympathy than from those practising in that court. He asked that their sympathy be conveyed to Mr. Morris. The vote of sympathy was passed in silence. GIRLS' JOY RIDE. Irene Bowes, 18, Milward-roaid, Cad- oxton-Barry, and May Blake, 40, Fryatt-street, Barry Docks, were charged with travelling on the 1.42 p.m. train from Barry Docks to Barry in a ifriat-class compartment with a third-class season ticket. Mr. Ivor Downing, solicitor, ap- peared to prosecute for the Barry Rail- way Company. John Ridd, enquiry agent, said that on January 5th he travelled from Cad- oXJron to Barry by the 1.42 train. At Barry Docks the defendants entered the compartment, wliioh was second-class. They left the train at Barry. He left the train also, and got to the ticket office before them. They produced thiiil-class season tickets, and he told them that he would report them. In reply to Mr. Downing, witness said there was plenty of third-class ac- commodation Defendants now said they did not notice the compartment was second- class until they arrived at Barry. Mr. Thomas: We cannot accept what you say as a defence. You are liable to a fine of 40/ but you will be cau- tioned and fined 10/- each.
A MINER WORKS 7 DAYS INSTEAD OF 4
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