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._—————— .ÆFfi¥:i,é'}#Îi}£èJ' 8 S EORGES "\ifh\.< ￼ f ?? 3 ￼ ?? ￼ ? ? "lh) M 1 P PILLS .f') W .<¡ ,L,;Ä;'4¿:ti2x;' a-f!j21 Li WJ è SAFE, PROMPT, EFFECTUAL. GEORGE'S PILE & GEAYEL PILLS Are an Invaluable and Effecbive General Remedy for PILES AND GRAVEL, AND ALL THE COMMON DISORDERS OF THE BOWELS STOMACH, LIVER AND KIDNEYS, SUCH AS PILES, GRAVEL, PAINS IN THE LIVER AND KIDNEYS, BILIOUSNESS, BACK AND LOINS, CONSTIPATION, FLATULENCE, PALPITATION, NER- SOPPRESSION AND RETENTION OF VOUSNESS, SLEEPLESSNESS, DIM- U R I N E, IRRITATION OF THE NESS OF VISION, DEPRESSION OF BLADDER SLUGGISHNESS OF THE SPIRITS, PAINS FROM INDIGESTION. KEPT ALIVE BY GEORGE'S PILLS !-I have been well acquainted with your Pills for years. The box I used greatly benefited -me. 1 have beard others who have used them recommending them so highly that I believe their efficacy as health-reetorera is beyond doubt. Many have told me that vDar Pilia have kept them alive. I have been in the habit of recommending your Pills to eick people for years, and have never repented doing so. I never intended to inform you of this fact, but I do so now for your encouragement. W. THOMAS, Congregational Minister, Whitland. The throe forma 01 this Remedy— No. 1.—GEORGE'S PILE AND GRAVEL PILLS (White Label) No. 2.-GEORGE S GRAVEL PILLS (Blue Label). No. 3.-GEORGE'S PILLS for the PILES (Red Labol). BOLD EVERYWHERE IN BOXES, lili AND 2/9 EACH. BY POST, 1/2 AND 2/10. There is a are.-it saving by purchasing the larger box. PROPRIETOR J, E. GEORGE, jUP.Su HIRWASN, ABERDARE. -U- I Anthracite Stoves For the STUDY, OFFICE, HALL, DINING ROOM, BEDROOM, CHURCH PARLOUR. NO DUST. NO LABOUR. EXPERT FIXERS KEPT. DESIGNS ON APPLICATION. J. Williams & Sons (CARDIFF), LTD., QUEEN STREET. SOUTH WALES AGENTS for the LONDON WARMING CO.'s POPULAR PATTERNS. WHY NOT EXCHANGE YOUR PIANO For A COLLARD, A SCHREIBER An IBACH, A BROADWOOD, A KAPS, A HOOFF, A SQUIRE, A BRINSMEAD, or A HOPJKINSON, A CHALLEN, A CRAMER. With 80 many good Piano Makers to select from, practising on a Worn-out Instrument should not be permitted. FULL VALUE ALLOWED IN EXCHANGE. Thompson & Shackell, Ltd., PIANO AND ORGAN MERCHANTS, trr-11 B>1111 at, pn-^ H on rec??lpt o! PMt-card to value any Instrument required to be Taken in Exchpnge and from th Colonial Demand can afford to &llow a Bate* Price than any other Firm. "V' Thompson & Shackell Ltd., 24, Queen St., Cardiff Local Agent: Mr. JOHN WILLIAMS, 21, Holton Road, Barry Docks. PIANOS OQu ORGANS At London Prices for Cash, or any Instrument may bo had on there Two, or Three Years' System of Easy Payments, Catalogues Free on applicatwn. ROGERS, THE UP-TO-DATE Boot and Shoe Manufacturer and Repairer, 10, Graving Dock St., Barry Dock. All Gone by Maciiinery. Turned out like New. THY OUIl FAMOUS WORKING BOOTS FROM 6/11. SOLE SEWING TO THE TRADE. COOKSLEY, BALL & Co., Art Florists, Nurserymen & Seedsmen, Floral Shop atd Seed Stores- j 160, Holton Road, Barry Dock. ] j Gardens at Barry and Dinaa Powis. Nurseries a 63, Pyke Street, Barry Dock. Telephone 285. The Barry District Window Cleaning, Carpet I Beating, & Shute Cleaning Co. j Office-63, Pyke Street, Barry Dock. Manager:—T. COOKSLEY. WINDOWS CLEANED. The Company's men are insured against peasonal accidents fe other heavy liabilities. Customers must pay no money without receiving an ¡ official receipt to employees, otnerwise they will have pay again. 7, TYNEWYDD-ROAD, DARRY DOCK. GENUINE SALE OF NEARLY NEW AND WELL-PRESERVED HOUSEHOLD FUR- NITURE, CHINA. AND OTHER EF- FECTS. MESSRS. nUFUS A. DAVIES & CO. been favoured with instructionr. to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above address, on FRIDAY, JANUARY 23rd, 1914, a large assortment of well-preserved HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and e fleets, comprising:—Turkey Carpet, 12ft. x. 8ft., two Axminster Carpet Squares, Wilton Pile, Oriental and other Rugs. TWO 6FT. MASSIVE WALNUT SIDEBOARDS, 'I Brass and Copper Fenders, All-brass Curb, Walnut and Oak Overmantles, 14-day Clock, j TWO WELL-MADE DINING-ROOM SUITES, one in Walnut and the other in Oak, an 8-day Clock in Oak Case, hanging and table Lamps, 4ft. Walnut Sideboard, three denl- top Tables, large number of beautiful Vases and Ornaments, Tea and Dinner Services, WALNUT PIANOFORTE, BY CAUL STRAUSS, Brass-rail Bedsteads, Wire Spring Mat- tresses. Overlays, Millpuff Beds, Combination Bedsteads, Child's Cots, Flock Bolsters and Pillows, Bedroom Chairs, TWO 3FT. OAK BEDROOM SUITES, Kitchen Chairs, Smokers' Armchairs, to- gether with a quantitv of Varnish, Black Enamel, Brunswick Black, Paints. Oils and numerous other effects. I On view day prior and morning of sale day. Sale to commence at :2 ,1.) p.m. sharp. Auctioneers' Offices: 7, Tynewydd-road. Barry Dock. 7, TYNEWYDD ROAD, BARRY DOCKS. BARRY JUNIOR UNIONIST ASSOCIATION. A DANCE Under the auspices of the above Association will be held at the Masonic Hall, Barry, ON WEDNESDAY, FEB. 4th, 1914, TICKETS, SINGLE, 2/- DOUBLE, 3jn. May be had at the Juuior Unionist Institute, Dock View-road, the Conservative Offices, 141, Hukon- road, and the Conservative Clubs. To the OVERSEERS OF THE 'OOR for the Parish of Barry, in the County of Glamorgan; to the CLERK to the Licens- ing Justices for the Division of Dynas I Powis, in the said County; and to the PSUowPiEs, RINTENDENT OF POLICE of the said Division of Dynas Powis; and to all whom it doth or may concern. JTHE undcrs;gued, JOHN THOUGHT, of it No. 2.5, York-place, Barry, in the County of Glamorgan, Labouter, DO HERE- BY GIVE NOTICE that it is my intention to apply at the General Annual Licensing Meeting, to be held at the Police Court, Holton-road, Barry Dock, in the Division of Dynas Powis. in the said County of Glamor- gan, on Friday, the 6th day of February, 1914, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, for a BILLIARD LICENSE at the house and pre- mises thereto belonging, situate and being No. 7, Tynewydd-road, Barry, in the Parish of Barry, in the said County of Glamorgan, which premises are now owned and occupied by Mr. Rufus Davies. Dated this 14th day of January, 1914. J. TROUGHT. TO THE OVERSEERS OF THE POOR for the parish of Barry, in the County of Gla- morgan; to JOHN WHITLOCK MORRIS, Esq.. the Clerk to the Justices for the I Petty Sessional Division of Dynas Powis, in the same County; and to DAVID MOR- RIS, Esq., the Superintendent of Police for the said Division and to all whom it may concern. ￼ JOSEPH ARTHUR LLEWELLTN, of 6, I Windway-road, Canton, Cardiff, in the County of Glamorgan, Traveller, do hereby give yon and each of you Notice that it is my intention to apply at the General An- nual Licensing Meeting for the Dynas Powis Division for the County of Glamorgan, to he held at the Police Court, Barry, on Friday, the 6th day of February, 1914, at 11 o'clock in the Forenoon, for a BILLIARD LICENCE on the premises situate and being on the corner of East-street and Broad-street, Barry, in the County of Glamorgan, which said premises are now unoccupied, and be" long to Henry Samuel Rendell, Romilly Park, Barry. Parka, ted this Cth day of January, 1314. J. A r. LLEWELLiN. TO THE OVERSEERS OF THE POOR for the Parish of Barry, in the County of Gla- morgan to .JOHN WHITLOCK MORRIS, Esq., the Clerk to the Justices for the Petty Sessional Division of Dynas Powis, in the same County and to DAVID MOR- RIS. Esq., tiie Superintendent of Police for the said Division and to all whom it may concern. IGOMER IVOR DAVIES, of 10, Now- L castle-street, Merthvr Tydifil, in the County of Glamorgan, Insurance Agent, do hereby give you and each of you Notice that it is my intention to apply at the General Annual Licensing Meeting for the Dinas Powis Division for the County of Glamorgan, to bo held at the Police Court, Barry, on Friday, the 6th day of February, HHJ, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, for a BILLIARD LICENCE on the premises situate and being Regent Hall, Regent-street, Barry aforesaid, which said premises are now occupied by me as Tenant, and Griffith Griffiths and Sarah Jane Rowlands as Landlords. Dated this Gth day of January, 1914. COMER IVOR DAVIES. Official Guide TO Barry AND The Vale of Glamorgan. Intending Advertisers in the New Guide for 1914, Should send in their Ad vertise- ments at once. « Full particulars can be obtained at any of the Company's Stations. STUPENDOUS ATTRACTION. L. G. D'COURCI GIBBON PRESENTS THE FAMOUS SOCIETY ENTERTAINERS, ONCERT COSTUME ￼ PARTY. Masonic Hall, BARRY, January 21st, 1914. DOORS OPEN 7.0. COMMENCE AT » P.M. PIS" Is., 9d 6d POPULAR s., 9d,l 6d, ? RICES ?tJ? ￼ U .t< ULLt CHILDREN HALF-PRICE TO ALL PARTS, The Shilling Seats may be booked on application to A. DEVINE, 70, Seymour-street, Cardiff without extra charge. Remittance must accompany applications. I NAME I ;;i<> Bon::Er V '■ Bonner Morgan "?-?? ? —< ,?M? ￼ '\??.-f- In Connection With Sight.Testing 0 Spectacles ,>. Is a Guarantee of the Highest Quality and Absolute THOROUGHNESS at All Times 101 QUEEN STREET CARDIFF Park Hall Buildings < —— ?—m —— a ■ T IJL—JS3 I LET THIS ONE POINT BITE DEEP INTO YOUR MEMORY —namely—that we are not merely Furniture Dealers, selling, our goods in the ordinary way, but that we are actually bonafide- Manufacturers Selling DIRECT from our own Factories at LOWER PRICES than the ordinary dealer DARE offer. By buying froi-a, us you deal DIRECT with the Makers. We can save you Pounds Cash or very Easy Payments. Let us send you our Free Catalogue. T H E-u shl* PA. Compapy. ■ 51, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCKS. I Other Branches at I 89, Commercial Street, ) Taff Street, I Church Street, ■ Tredegar. ) Pontypridd. | • Abertillery. I High Street, I 29, Station Road, 9 Bargoed. ) Port Talbot. Head qu arters-42, City Road, CARDIFF. -1 R'.r- _=-=t- AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS. D. LLOYD & COMPANY9S GENTS," YOUTHS,' AND BOYS' AUTUMN & WINTER SUITS, &c. Always something new and novel, made from the mozt pleasing Materials, and specially made to stand hard wear, combining Artistic Beauty, Stability of Fabric, and Economy in Price. SEASON'S CLOTHING-Most Reliable Brands kept at Popular Prices. ———————— ADDRESSES 89 & 91, MAIN-STREET, CADOXTON, AND 7a, HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCKS. Tis not in mortals to command success, but we'll do more—deserve it.ADDIBOI;. THE CARDIFF EMPIRE QUEEN STItEET. PROPRIETORS MOSS EMPIRES, LTD Manager Director Mr. Frank Allen Acting Manager Herbert J. Talyor I Monday, Jan. 19th, 1914, and TWICE NIGHTLY, at 6.45 and 9.0, and during the week. BILLY WILLIAMS. The Man in the Velvet Suit. Alexander's Ragtime Band. Billy Hobbs. Coon Impersonator. BIOSCOPE. Mr. aqd llfrs. Gordon Wilde, The famous Society Entertainers. Rosie Archer. At the Piano. THE FAMOUS Fuji Family. Japanese Artistes. FRANCE aqd STEWART. Molly Wells. Cbia Comedienne, assisted by FRANK MAYBAN. THE FAMOUS CALIFORNIAN ENTERTAINER Huglj. J. Emmett. Assisted by MILDRED EMMETT in a Ventriloquial Comedy. Box Office open daily (with exception of Saturdays) 10 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. and 7 to 10 p.m. Saturdays 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Telephone 625 Cardiff. Plan of Grand Circle. No Booking Fees PRIVATE BOXES- 7 6, 10/6. These Prices admit Four Persons. Extra Seats 2/6, 2/- & 1/6 each FAUTEUILS (Numbered & Reserved) 2s GRAND CIRCLE (Seats Numbered & Reserved) 1/6 STALLS (Tip-up Chairs). Is PIT 6d BALCONY 4d GALLERY Mondays, Saturdays, & Holidays 3d f GLAMORGAN COUNTY COUNCIL. SMALL HOLDINGS AND ALLOT- MENTS ACTS. 1908 and 1910. I THE GLAMORGAN COUNTY COUNCIL — are desirous of receiving APPLICA- TIONS for the following SMALL HOLD- INGS, which are situate at PENMARK, one mile from Rhoose Station, and 2" miles from Barry:- Holding No. 1 comprises 50 acres of land (27! Pasture and 222 Arable), with House conI taining living room. scullery, wash-house, wilder and dairy, and two bedrooms. Cow- shed for six and bos, shed for eight cattle, three-stall stable, fodder room, cartshed, and two pigstys. Rent, £9.3 per annum, inclu- sive of land tax and tithe, but exclusive of rates. Holding No. 3 comprises 471 acres of Land (of which 12 acres are Arable and 351 acres Pasture), with House, containing parlour, kitchen, scullery, dairy, larder, and three bedrooms, 10-tie cowhouse, three-stall stable, fodder room, loft, cartshed, two looss .boxes, and p:gsty. Rent, C97 per annum, inclu- sive of tithe and land tax, but exclusive of rates. Further particulars of the above Holdings, and permission to view may be obtained from F. H. OSMOND-SMITH. County Land Agent, Ja The Glamorgan County Hall, Cardiff, 5tii January. uncI. HEWELL HOUSE HKWELL ROAD, BARRY ISLAND. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE. m R. IN'. THOMAS lias been instructed br the Trustees of the late Captain M. G. Jones, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above address, on TUESDAY, JAN. 20tli, 1914, the following HOUSEHOLD hlRMH RE, viz., Drawing-room Suite I. Tapestry, Dining-room Suite in Leather; Mahogany Dining Table, Hallstand, Carpet,3, Linoleum, Pictures, Ornaments, Hearthrug. Mats, indoiv Poles and Curtails, Brass Rad and other Bedsteads, Spring Mattresses, ?ire Mattre.s.ses, Wasbstands, Dressing TTaZbi les. Chests of Drawers. Bedroom Chairs, Folding Chairs, Settle, Dresser and Ware Chinn. Earthenware, Hardware, a Quantity of Cutlery, Meat Safe, Fenders and Fire- irons. Lamps, Scales..Mangle, Washing Tub 11-atei- Butts, etc. -i Sale at 1 p.m. sharp. | Auctioneer's Offices: 71, Holton-road, Barry Docks* i <4