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FOR Printing OF EVERY DESCRIPTION TRY THE 'Barry Dock News,' -:r- HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCK. THE 'Barry Dock News' ? IS PUBLISHED ft EVERY THURSDAY.. PRICE ONE PENNY ■/ i", 1 THE Barry Dock News' is ON THE ) LIST FOR PARLIAMENTARY ADVERTISEMENTS i (Educational. THE COLLEGIATE, ROMILLY PARK, BARRY. High-class School for Girls, Preparatory for Boys and Kindergarten. PRINCIPAL MRS. C. L. REES. Assisted by other qualified Masters and Mistresses. ACCOMPLISHMENTS A SPECIALITY. Music, Art, Elocution, and French Classes. Private Coaching arranged to suit all Pupils. Individual attention given to backward and delicate Pupils. PROSPECTUS ON APPLICATION. H. A. FOSTER, THE PLUMBER & DECORATOR, 21, PARK CRESCENT, BARRY. Your orders and enquiries respectfully solicited. Telephone 374. S, WOODHAlfl & SON, Wholesale and Retail Fruit Stcres, 108, HIGH STREET, BARRY. FRESH CUT FRUIT & VEGETABLES FROM OWN GARDENS DAILY. Families waited on Daily. Specialities :-Wreaths, Crosses, and Cut Flowers. All kinds of Garden Plants in Stock. ESTABLISHED 1900. Barry District Window Cleaning, I Carpet Beating & Shute Cleaning Co., Proprietor—THOMAS COOKSLEY. 63, PYKE-STUEET, BARRY DOCKS. fir I have no connection with any other Firm trading under the name of Cooksley. CLARENCE TEMPERANCE IQTIL AND DINING ROOMS, KOLTON-SOALD, aAmiY DOCKS. BLOT DINNS&S DAILY. for Visitors. W eU-rJ.rÑ v Hot and CoM Batfea. Fsopanrro*—«. 9. EOS&SS, THE GREAT SKIN CURE. BUDDEN'S S. R. SKIN OINTMENT. It will cure Itching after one application; destroys every form of Eczema; heals old Wounds and Sores; acts like a charm on Bad Legs; is infallible for Piles; prevents Cuts from festering will cure Ringworm in a few clays removes the most obstinate Eruptions and Scurvy. Boxes, 7d and Is ld. Agent for Barry Docks,Mr D. J. Thomas, Chemist 148, Holton-road. EASY TERMS. EASY TERMS. LADIES' AND GENTS' HIGH-CLASS DRAPERY. AND CLOTHING | OF EVERY DESCIPTION SUPPLIED ON CREDIT. H. A. YOUNG, DRAPER & TAILOR, 9, Parade, Barry. SEND POSTCARD. SEND POSTCARD. WE DO NOT ASK THE HEAVY CHARGES required by many lenders, as we discriminate and ohooae honourable borrowers, who met their obligations. Therefore we need only ask a reason- able commercial profit. VILO TO £ 10,000 advanced promptly and privately, withont guarantors or security, repayable by instalments, which can be conveniently spared from youi income. Our Business being absolutely Genuine, unless oash actually advanced, not a penny charged. WRITE CALL, OR 'PHONE, CHARLES STEVENS, LTD.. Hayes Buildings, The Hayes, CARDIFF. | 1'el.—487 Cardiff, Telegrami3- At'P. L;, Card it'. OTHER MEN'S MINDS. The mall who !.s I-PIK: mcd of his badness » bcttpr.):at)tha;)
I REVIEW OF PUBLICATIONS
I REVIEW OF PUBLICATIONS. I I "REVIEW OF REVIEWS. "The Progress of the World," deal- ing with the war in all its aspects, the I horrible barbarity and depraved bru- tality of the Huns, the question of "war babies," and munitions of war, and the action of the Government with regard to the drink question, is the main fea- ture in this month's issue of the "Review of Reviews." The cartoons are well up to their usual high standard, and cari- caturists depict the Germans as we see them, and the British as they are "thought to be" by the Huns. A well- w ritten larticlf^by j Vr. R. /J. JesjBurun on "Dutch Defence" will assuredly be read with utmost interest, inasmuch as Hol- land might easily have shared the same fate as Belgium. "German diplomacy has blundered so badly in the case of Belgium," Dr. Jesserun writes, "that an attack on Hol- land is not outside the possibilities of the immediate future, and the recent threat to Dutch shipping may mean an attempt to over-ride the neutrality of Holland." "After the W,ar—the need for a League of. Peace," is a really bril- liant and brainy contribution; whilst "Will Belgium Revive'?"' by Emile j Cammaerts is no whit less interesting. "The Future of Africa, is another ex- cellent article. Leading articles drawn from the reviews, discussing economic issues, and revealing the true inward- ness of the worker's motives in striking improved conditions, together with "The Victims of Kultur; "Instru- ments of Death"; "Racial Rivalry"; "Labour's Demands"; etc., provide un- surpassable reading, matter. The "Re- view of Reviews" is published at Bank Buildings, Kingsway, London. W.C., I price Gd. -—— I "THE LADY'S WORLD." j The Mav number of "The Lady's World," No. 200 (Messrs. Horace Mar- shall, 125, Fleet-sireet, London, E.C.) I contains the continuation of a charm- ing scrips oT war sl ¡rJüs by Mr. John A. Steuart. with c'?n?'te stories by Katharine Tynan ■ ad Alexandra Wat- son. Th" int> ing society section contains the newest phonographs and commc-nos upon 1. lios who a re doing good work f-i* iho country in thr-s;- try- j img .times. Then the d rama gives aei in- tere.sting peep into theatreland, with photographs of well-known actors and actresses. House beautiful will be wel- come to those who- are spring cleaning, and making their homes beautiful for the fSinmwT season. The fancy-work department is beautifully illustrated, I) and a useful transfer design for a chair- back is given gratis. There are useful om.broi dories and crochet work in cot- ton and wool. There is an article en- titled "Fresh Air and Baths." Dame fashion is well illustrated with the new- est modes in costumes, indoor frocks, fashions for children, millinery, and a useful two-in-one gratis coat and blouse pattern will be appreciated, as well as the coupon frock pattern which is illus- trated and fully described with dia- grams. Order early, either from the newsagent, or direct from "The Lady's World" Office, G. Essex-street, Strand. Ibnclon. W.C. Price :3<.1.. post free! •>H1. "THE WELSH OUTLOOK." I "Tho Life and Opinions of Robert j Roberts" are continued in the May number of "The Welsh Outlook." In addition to the customary monthly notes, and an exceptionally fine array of illustrations, there are a number of interesting articles of national interest. "Art. and Life" is dealt. with- by Sir Henry Jones. Ll.D., Lift. n., profes- sor of moral philosophy in the Univer- sity of Glasgow: whilst. "The Sword" is a prettily written contribut ion by T. Ifuws Davies. With so much having bean written of late with, reference to the (Vntral Welsh Board, the article upon that body by "Z" is of significant i and timely interest. A realistic sketch of Captain Thomas James, an ancient mariner, is given by J.K.F.: Mr. C. Bryner .tones. M.Sc.. writes about Welsh agriculture. Evan Evans. Swansea, refers to Anglican Lessons for Fire Churchmen and D.C.T. gives some interesting particulars about Rheim> and its Cathedral. "The Uni- versity and Theology" is ablv dealt with by a Re\. Professor A. S. Peake. M.A.. I).D.. University of Manchester. Amongst several items of poetry is one on "Paris. by the hew Kilvn Roberts. Barry. The magazine is published by the elsh Outlook Press. Oardiff: price 3d. "THE WIRELESS. WORLD." In the May issue of Hie Wireless World," the wireless powers of German pirate craft. remarks on "German Wireless Lies," arid,an nccolmt of the part played by radio-telegraphy in en- abling the "Treasure ship" to escape British cruisers, form items which must appeal to every intelligent reader of in- cidents in the present struggle. Also included j il the pages are articles on "Life in a Wireless Station in Majorca" by Mr. E. Blake. "My Rural W i red ess Station'' l)v Mr. A. H. Johnson, "Pbiqnify. d "Resonance phenomena in the low frequency circuit." by Profes- sor Hallborg, and Dr. Marcus J. Mar- tin continues his instructive exposition on "The wireless transmission of photo- graphs." The wireless personality dealt with is Commander F. G. Loring R.N., officer in charge of Naval Shore .W i relc-i Tel p, Wireless Telegraph Stations. Other regular featuros conitinue, and includo the customary Digest of curren t wireless literature," Administra- tive Notes," Wireletsis in the j Courts," -4 Maritime Incidents," Ama- kail" experiences 6nd hi'nt,s;" be- sides an instructional article on "The Receiving Circuit." We would call special attention to the jiarration of his terrible experiences by the Wireless telegraphist of the fFalaba." "The Wireless World" is published monthly by the Wireless Press Ltd., Marconi Bfmse, Strand, London. W.C., at threepence. I THE QUEEN AT THE BRITISH I INDUSTRIES' FAIR. The Queen paid a visit on the open- ing day of the British Industries' Fair to the exhibit of Messrs. Raphael Tuck and Sons. A fine engraving of the Prime Minister, produced by Messrs. Raphael Tuck and .Sons, from the original picture iby Mr. 'Solomon J. Solomon, R.A., was approvingly com- mented upon by her Majesty, who evinced great interest in the original British Zag-Zaw Puzzles and post- cards depicting the work of the British Red Gross Society just issued by the firm in aid of that institution. A post- card representing a cute little baby doll figure, with the title "Fums up and keep to the front, was smilingly taken away iby her Majesty as a souvenir of her visit.
ECZEMAIS RAVAGES STOPPEDI
ECZEMAIS RAVAGES STOPPED. I I Ill REE SPLENDID CrRES BY ZAM-BUK. I Eczema of a very painful and dis- figuring nature attacked the children of Mr. a'nd Mrs. E. Bird, 32, Birrell Street, Gainsborough, and only Zam- buk could banish the dread disease. "Mabel 05) and Edward (18) had the eczema so badly that they had to give up their w
I I MOTOR TRIPS FOR BARRYI WOUNDED SOLDIERS 1 1
MOTOR TRIPS FOR BARRY WOUNDED SOLDIERS. 1 A number of wounded soldiers at the Red Cross Detaining Hospital in Dock View-road, Barry Docks, were given a motor drive and tea on Monday last, through the kindness of Mrs. J. Lamb, Dock View-road. On Tuesday a further hatch was afforded a similar treat through the generosity of Mr. J. Marston, the local secretary, and other officials of the Barry Branch of the National Sailors and Firemen's Union. In each case the "Tommies" spent a highly enjoy- able time. and were extremely grateful for the hospitality extended to them.
I SATURDAYS CRICK IT II
￼ I SATURDAY'S CRICK I,T. MR. A. OSBORNE'S XI. v. FXI VEK- j SITY SETTLEMENT. CARDIFF, j At Barry Island. Wickets pitched at 2.30 p.m. A. Osborne's XI.: A. Osborue, R. V. Williams. AN. T. Llewel- lyn, d' T. Kirby, A. W. White. W. Kinsley, F. Williams. T. Thomas. B. C. Davies. B. S. Cording. Ivor .Uhn. and J. Joslyn. The treasurer, Mr. W. T. Llewellyn, will be on the ground to receive members' subscriptions. Sea- son field tickets. 2/G: pavilion, 5/ members.
BARRY RED CROSS IIENS VAD
BARRY RED CROSS (I-IEN-S). V.A. D. Orders:—Thursday, 13th, at 7.30, Special Ambulance Drill. Sunday, 16th, at 10.15. Parade, Full-dress. Tuesday, 18th, at 7, Stretcher Exer- cise; Doctor's Lecture on Nursing. [■ All members are requested to parade at Headquarters oh, Sunday. May 16th, at 10.15 a.m. sharp. Full-dres,g to be worn. D. Sibbering Jones, Coram an- dant.
LOCAL PLACES OF PUBLIC AMUSEMENT
LOCAL PLACES OF PUBLIC AMUSEMENT. THEATRE ROYAL. BARRY. The fare provided at this exquisitely cosy, palatial house of amusement is particularly attractive, and each even- ing large audiences witness as fine an exhibition of animated pictures as it is possible to see. A two-part drama, entitled "The Gunman," was the star during the past three nights of this week, and "Seeds of Jealousy, "The Phantom Cracksman," and "Adven- tures of Kathlyn." comprised the dramatic programme. Other pictures were "Wonderful Waterfalls," a travel picture teeming with interest." and "Mother's Babv Boy." "Evolution of Percival." and The lau gh able comedies. A feature film taken in Alaska midst snow and ice. "The Lure of Yukonhas been booked for each per- furmanco this evening (Thursday), and the remainder of the week, and will be supported by "Midnight Mail." "Sen- j tari after the Siege." "Everything j against Him," "Netty and Letty." and "The Coster's Holiday." Ifiss Marie Beresford (late chorus girl in George Edwardes' Compan: who made such a hit at the previous performances, will give songs and j dances. Patrons for the first three evenings of next week will be treated to a fine pro- grame, headed by the great exclusive drama, "Knights of Mystery," the story of a woman who led a gang of crimi- nals. Miss Georgina Fischer, late of the Quinlan Opera Company, will give songs and dances. I CADOXTON PICTURE PALACE. I ("onsequent upon the staging ot a I grand naval and military spectacle at the Cadoxton Picture Palace, record houses were registered during the past three evenings of this week. It is a stirring production of a review of the British (naval and military), Colonial, Indian, and Allied Troops in their uni- Jprms, "naval drills, with field guns, and patriotic choruses, and the elegant and magnificent scenery adds the finish- ing touch to the piece, which is enacted by a number of Cadoxton children, un- der the supervision of M r. C. W. Sel- kirk. The engagement of Billy For- der, the famous comedian and eccen- tric long shoe dancer, was a signal suc- cess, and a gigantic picture programme was headed by a weird drama, "The Madman's Secret." For Thursday. Friday and Samr-i day "Frustrated" will be the pictorial: feature, and the re-appearance of Billy Forder. and "Briton's Defenders." will be welcomed. j A screaming two-reel Keystone, en- titled. "The Alarm," will head the pro- gramme of pictures next. week, and the engagement of Xan Terry and What ( Y) is announced together with the Five Flakes, in their miniature revue. Lona. the musical girl. will surely send the audiences into dreams of delight with her singing. whilst the pictorial numbers will be fully up to their usual- ly high standard. During the lattvr I part of the week, a great Naval drama. "Orders uftder Seal. will be screened. I ROMILLY HALL. BARRY. This week-end a unique film, entitled "America to Europe by Airship, is due at the Roi-iiillv Hall. It is a sub- ject bristling with adventure and sen- sational incidents, an d the story brjeliy runs as follows:—Mr. Johnson, an American millionaire, falls in love with a VOlln hldy whose name is unknown to him. Unfortunately, she jn's for Europe soon -after the meeting, and will not tell him her nanm. We next see him in the Millionaires' Club with his friend Mr. Parker, who wagers with .J(t!1 a-mi • i a r he will Europe aoid ret: :i \1 lady. The wag ei ie-i. and midnight Parle ■■ Hies over r w Ii as io.UUU by g, big from America ;•» Europe by Air>h:p." becans" on she voyage a-ci'wv> ilia pond." iiuy mut-unllv fell in love with enre another. Next week The Lady of Lyons.v adapted from the famous novel bv Lord Lytton, will be the great attraction, a,ad is a high cOass production that will assuredly please the patrons. Special music will be played by the Rom illy I Hall Orchestra.
u SOUTH GLAMORGANCONSERVATIVES ANNUAL IMEETING
_u_- SOUTH GLAMORGAN CONSERVATIVES' ANNUAL I MEETING. The annual meeting of the Sooti) Glamorgan Conservative and t'nioinst Association will be held on Saturday next at the Conservative Club. Western Mail Buildings, Cardiff, at fwur p.m.. when Alderman 0. H. Jones. J.P.. D.L.. Fonmon, will fake the chair. I The business to be transacted is impor- tant.
BOMB HINTS. II » basdful of eommoa nil b iddtd tt the lining water it keep tie clotkee how freesamg until dry. Ban of soap should be stacked up aa children build houses of wooden bricki, n that air may get freely to as much of the surface as possible. If new shoes lift at the heel this can be easily remedied by rubbing a little soft soap on the heel of the stocking or on the heel of the shoe. To brighten a mirror rub with a dean cloth dipped in a cream made of whitening and cold water, to which a few drops of ammonia have been added; polish well with vld newspapers. A good plan during the winter months is to put a bundle of wood and a shovel of ooals on top of the kitchen range before going to bed. In the morning they are quite warm and dry, and the fire burns up in half the usual time. d To keep the breakfast hot for one, put the bacon or chop on a warm plate, cover with another warm plate, and stand the teapot on top. This will keep it hot for quite a long tune. To renew velvet, cover the face of a hot flat-iron with a wet cloth; hold the wrong side of the velvet next to this cloth until thoroughly steamed, then brush the pile with a soft brush. If you want your lamps to give a good light, the wicks should be changed every three months at least. The old wicks, if cut into two-inch lengths and stored in a tin, make excellent fire-lightems. Linseed oil is excellent for cleaning var- nished grained paint. It should be applied with a piece of clean soft flannel, rubbed well in, and polished with a soft duster., And only the very tiniest drop of oil should be used. After washing the hair, it should hang down the back for a few hours at least. It is a bad plan to wash it at night, as sleep- ing packs the hair together tightly too soog after the shampoo. t When a gentleman's silk hat becomes spotted with rain or ruffled hold it before a fire and rub the nap firmly and evenly in the right direction with a soft velvet pad, and it will look almost as well as if it had been ironed. —— ——"
FOB BilY'S FEET. The time for changing the knitted boota to regular leather shoes, with socks, entirely) depends upon whether the child is forward or not. unless there is any tendency to weakness in the ankles strap shoes are best, both indoors and out; where ankles a.re weak, boots which hold the feet pretty tight are better. Some shops make a special line in babies' boots, and you are likely to get better value from them than in a shop where Ill" particular attention is paid to what baby; requires. BXSZBVB STOCK. There are so many occasions in which the Housewife is called upon to provide for the unexpected guest or guests that the wise woman will make a point of keeping by her certain condensed and tinned foods that can be dished up in a trice and require either no cooking at all or very little. The reserve store should oontain some of the ezNttllent condensed soups either in powder or cake form that are now obtainable at almost any, grocer's; a tin (or glass) of tongue or. brawn; some potted meat for sandwiches, a tin of tomatoes; another of sardines; and eome rice that can be quickly cooked, To WASH SILVER. The following mixture is excellent Iw washing silver: Take equal parts of common yellow soap and whiting. Melt the soap, then add the whiting, and make it into a cake. Apply it with a piece of flannel and piouty of warm water, then well rinse and dry, and the silver will not only look beauti- fully brignt, but will not require cleaning! so often. We always use this aoap for re- moving egg et?ina from spoons and find i? invaluable. WORBT BBIHOS IKDIGISTION. Worry, it has been proved, has a most de- pressing effect upon that hypersensitive organ the stomach, which at such times be- comes a most unwilling and laggard ser* vant. Indeed, it is safe to say that unless encouraged by a cheerf* temper and bright, or at least hopeful, thoughts, the stomacu will play truant or sulk and do no work which it can shirk. The physiological ex- planation of this is the close alliance of the great sympathetic nerves, which are worse than the telegraph for carrying bad news; the worry and anxiety which depress the brain produce simultaneously a semi- paralysis of the nerves of the stomach, gasfcrio juices will not flow, and-presto I there is indigestion.
SOME USEFUL RECIPES
SOME USEFUL RECIPES. SÁUOB roB. COLD MEAT.—A stick of horse radish a little fresh-made mustard, a small quantity of pounded white sugar, four table* spoonfuls of vinegar and two tablespooc- fuls of' thick cre&m. Grate the radish and mix the other ingredients before put- ting in the cream. Stir the whole well, &Ld the sauce is ready for use. SWBBTBBIAD AND CUCCMBIB SALAD.—Soak .mall pair of sweetbreads for an hour ia koold salted water; then drop them into boil- ing salted water to which has been added a teaspoonful of vinegar, and cook twenty-five minutes; remove from the fire and again put into cold water to blanch and harden. When perfectly cold, remove the pipes and mem- branes, and cut into small pieces. Peel aDd slice two cucumbers very thin, and mix with the sweetbreads. Just before serving pour oier the mixture a cup of mayonnaise dress- ing. PORK PiEs.-M- al-c a short crust with three quarters of a pound of flour and six ounCNI of lard. Knead into a stiff dough with coldl water. Roll out the pastry about a quartea; of an inch thick, line the tfhs with it, and fill them with the pork, prepared thus: Cut up a pound of pork, fat and lean, in small square pieces, season with a teaspoonful (\0- salt, half a teaspoonful of peppar and the same of allspice. Cover the pies with paste, wet the edges, and press firmly togetht-r, Ornament the top and make a hole in the centre. Brush over with egg, and e in a moderate oven. STBWID OXTAIL.-This is an «toell»c| dish but one that is apt to be forgotten* Joint the tail carefully and fry it in two. ounces of dripping till- nicely browned. Take up the tail, and put in an onion and a carrot sliced. When lightly fried put baclc the pieces of meat, cover with stock, and stew very slowly for three hours. When quite tender, put the pieces of tail on a hot dish. Skim the fat off the gravy and strain it. Into a clean saucepan put one ounce oil butter and stir in one ounce of flour till 'blended. then add gradually one pint of thtf gBavy. Let it come to the boil, season to isste, colour a nice brown, and pour 0" Ihs meat. Serve V027 hot.