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￼ X- ■■ — = LOCAL & DISTRICT NEWS 1 CADOXTON. I P. T. MOSSFORD AND CO., LTD., Monumental Masons, Cardiff, Newport, Barry and Bridgend, We carry the largest stock in Wales and are the most reliable.Vide Western Mail. 1 BARRY DOCKS. I W. BELLEY, The Tobacconist and Newsagent, is open to supply Shops with large or small Parcels at rock bottom prices.-259 and 63, Holton-road. Barry Docks. Price List on applica- tion. Tel. 85. SEAMEXS INSTITUTE, NEAR RAILWAY ARCH, SU8WAY-ROAD.—Sunday next, at 630 p.m., Gospel Service. Speaker Mr W. W. Marshall. Monday, 7.30 pm., Experience Meet- ing. Tuesday, 7.30 p.m., Floating C. E. Thurs- day, 7 30 p.m Bible reading. On Saturday, May 23rd, at 8 p.m., a special Evangelistic Sr- vice will be held. Speaker, the Hen. Roland Phillips. Sti-Iors' Flover Saturdav, June 1i:1I, 1914. DIN AM HALL ANNIVERSARY.—The anni- versary services of Dinam Hall Sunday School, Barry Docks, were held on Sunday 1 aef, appropriate dJijpursea bsing preajhnl by the Rev. -CT. Griffi ha, pastor. In the afternoon thera was a musical service, when sacred selections were Tendered by the S-inlay illi, T. W. Lewis, lUrry, presided. Mr S. Eiward* waz: the organist, Miss Lily Jones pi-.ni-t, and Mr J. Bartram conductor. The collations Wtre in aid of the Suaday schawl funds.
LOYAL WOMEN AND THE KINGS BIRTHDAY
LOYAL WOMEN AND THE KINGS BIRTHDAY. MESSAGE FROM BARRY RED CROSS CAMP. The following telegram was sent to the Kins from Barry Inland Red Cross Cim-) oil Wednesday last To His Majesty the King, Buckingham Palace. The loyal Women Red Cross members, training on Barry Islaud Camp, beg respectfully to excites a fervent wish that his Majesty may enjoy very many birthdays among his loyal subjecta. They proudly saiuted his fiag this morning. The following answer was received.—' Rid Cross Members, Barry Island Camp, Barry. I am commanded by the Kuig to thank you and all who have associated tbsui*elv<-s with you for your congratulations and good wishes.—Stamfordham."
WOMEXS HELP FOR THE BLIND
WOMEXS HELP FOR THE BLIND. Another novel scheme for helping the blind has just been launched. This time the women of England are being appealed to specially and directly, for during the current week more than a million leaflets are to be distributed among them, calling attention to the needs of the Blind for cheaper literature. The Launderers' Association, the organisa- tion to which all the biggest launderers in the country are affiliated, have given their whole support to a suggestion that with every parcel of laundry sent out this week a pic- torial leaflet should be enclosed appealing for help for the National Institute for the Blind, 206, ,Great Portland-street, London. W. The result of this cordial co-operation on the part of the laundry trade will be that practically every household in the country f will and one of these leaflets in its basket I this week. Laundry proprietors, managers, and assis- tants have generously promised to do all in their power to further the claims of the Institute, and it is hoped that as a result of this new scheme a further considerable interest in the cause of the blind will accure.
I RED CROSS NURSING I EXAMINATION AT BARRY I
RED CROSS NURSING EXAMINATION AT BARRY. The following were successful candidates at the recent Red Cross Nursing Examina- ti-on:- r irst Urade.—.Miss Denning, Miss E. Mor- gan, Mrs. C. Jones, Miss Kilto, Miss G. Williams, Mrs. Seddon, Miss Cauter, Mrs. Phillips. Mrs. Hare. Second Grade (Advanced).—Miss Hogg, Miss Howell, Miss Lowdon, Mrs. Griffiths, Miss Cook, Miss S. Rogers, Mrs. Pairdoe, Miss Ferguson, Miss B..Jones. Miss Ro.ss. Mrs. Dew. Third Grade
LADS FOOT CAUGHT IN REINS
LAD'S FOOT CAUGHT IN REINS. Fred Eveleigh do), of Xewland-street. Barry Docks, an errand boy in the employ of a local trading company, was walking along Holton-road, on Tuesday evening last, when his foot caught in the reins of a wagonette and he was dragged some distance, the horse having.started by the jerk of the reins. The lad was taken to the Barry Town Accident Hospital, where it was found by Dr. Percy Billups that he had sustained severe injuries to his ankle. He was detained.
SEAMANS SUDDEN DEATH AT BARRY
SEAMAN'S SUDDEN DEATH AT BARRY. Upon the arrival of the s s Pensilva at Bari-v Docks, on Tuesday last, the captain reported that during the voyage from Algiers to Barry Anton Watson (59), a member of the crew, had been taken ill, and died almost immediately. The body was landed, and con- veyed to the Barry Town Mortuary to await an inquest.
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Births, Carriages, Deaths, In Memoriam, &c. MARRIAGES. ANDREWS—TFIJMAS.—On the 30th ultimo, at Jerusalem Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, Tynewydd-road, Barry Docks, by the Rev. Howell Davie3, B.Sc., pastor, Mr Thomas Henry Andrews, eldest son of Mr Henry Andrews, Wood:and-road, to Miss Mary Louisa Thomas, youngest daughter of Mr James Thomas, 24, Morel-street, both of Barry Dock?. BATr-YEEND.-Oil the 1st instant, at Cadoxton Pariah Cnurch, by the Rev. J. S. Longdon, M.A., rector, Mr Robert George Batt, Witt-hill Farm, to Miss Vera France3 Yetnd, 20, Barry-road, both of Cadoxton-Barry. nA YNIIAM-DYER.-On the 1st instant, at Cadoxton Parish Church, by the Rev. Ifor Daviee, curate, Mr Robert Baynham, 16, Morlais- street, to Miss Agnes Lily Ann Dyer, 13, Fairford-street, both of C-idoxton-Barry. DAVIES-ROWE; -On the 1st instant, at Cidoxton Parish Chrnch, by the Rev. Ifor Davies, curate, Mr William Victor Davies, 40, Fryatt- strc-et. Barry Docks, to Miss Minnie Bowes, 19, Milward-road. Cadoxton-Barry. DA VIE--BEITH.-On the 30th ultimo, at Barry Parish Church, by the Rev H. U. Stewart, M.A., rector, Mr Thomas Davies, of Pontypridd to Mis3 Queenie Beith, eldest daughter of Mr George Beith, Fairfawn, Pontypridd. LEE—COULTHARD.—On the 31st ultimo, at Merthyr Dovan Parish Church, by the Rev. F. T. Picton Warlow, curate, Mr Walter Francis Lee, eecond eon of Mr and Mrs W. R. Lee, 69, Porthkt rry-rcal, Barry, to Miss Maud Alice Coulthard, eldest daughter of Mr W. H. Coulthard, 25, Cross-street, Barry Docks. SrEPHE-A YRE.-On the ht instant, at Cadoxton Parish Church, by the Rev. J. S. Eungdon, M.A.. rector, Mr Ernest Edward Stephen", 4, Everard-street, to Miss Sarah Ann Ayres, 25, Brook-street, both of Barry Docks. THOM PSON-ELLIOTE.-On the 2nd instant, at St. Luke's Church, Canton, Cardiff, by the Rev. T. J. Richards, Vicar, Mr William James Thompson to Miss Tryphena Margaret Elliote, Cardiff, niece of 51rti T. Morgan and Mrs J. Williams, Somerset-road, Barry Docks. DEATHS. HUGHE?.—On the 30th ultimo, at 25, Romilly- road, Barry, Alfred Augustus, second son of the Rev. A. T. Hughes, formerly Vicar of Llancarfan.
Nat.Telephone: Telegrams No. 128 Barry. AdamB, Undertrker, Barry A. G. ADAMS & CO., UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL FURNISHERS & DIRECTORS 134, HOLTON EGAD BARRY DOCK Proprietors of the most modern Funeral Carriages and BeJgian Horee,. kept exclusively for Funerals. PERSONAL SUPERVISION. Every Requisite for Funerals of all Classes with Superior Style and Kconomy i4every detail for Town or Country Workshop and Mews-58a, N RITE 12-STUR 10-1 J W. H. Hooper & Co., Complete Funeral Furnishers, Embalmers, & Sanitarians, 3fourning Carriage Proprietors, 98, HIGH STREET, BARRY. WREATHS, TABLETS, & CARDS. TEL. :-BARRY G4. All Funerals rcceive Personal Supervision. Our Mr. W. H. 1400PER is an Embalmer by Diploma of the Massachusetts College of Embalming, in the City of Boston, U. S. A. He is also accompanied by capable Lady Attendant. J I Td.-408 Barry. Tel'grami "<)-, Undertaker, Barry. G. GAY & SONS, UNDERTAKERS AND Complete Funeral Furnishers, TATION ST., BARRY DOCKS. Personal Supervisino. J ￼ MR. A. T. HAMMOND, Auctioiiec-r, Valuer, House and Estate Agent. I PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. 1 BARRY RAILWAY. CLEARANCE SALE. MR. A. T. HAMMOND HAS been favoured with instructions by tlio Barry Railway Company to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17th, 1914, a Large Quantity of Unclaimed and Uncleared GOODS AND LUGGAGE. Further Particulars will be announced shortly. ON THURSDAY, JUNE 11th, 101-1. NO. 9, THE PARADE, BARRY. SALE OF NEARLY NEW HANDSOME AND ATTRACTIVE HOUSEHOLD AP- POINTMENTS. MR. A. T. HAMMOND IS favoured with instructions by the Owner (who is leaving the District) to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above ad- dress, on the above date, at 2 p.m. sharp, the Whole of the Nearly New and Superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. CONTENTS OF THREE RECEPTION ROOMS. Well made 4ft. Settee and Easy Elbow Chair, upholstered in green cretonne. Hand- some 4ft. Mahogany Framed Settee, uphol- stered in Tapestry, and two Elbow Chairs to match. 3 Upholstered Basket Chairs. Divan Suite 7 pieces. Inlaid Mahogany China Cabinet. NOBLE 7ft. 6in. SOLID MAHOGANY PEDESTAL SIDEBOARD Fitted 3 drawers and 2 cupboards with 4 sliding trays, 2 Bordered Floral Design Car- pets 12ft. by 9ft. each, Roman Reversible Carpet 12ft. b 10ft., 3 Hearth Rugs, 3 ex- cellent Copper Hearth Suite, Cake Stand, Oak Side Table, 2 Black and Bronze Coal Vases, Carved Oak Bookcase, COMFORTABLE 7ft. HIGH BACK DEEP- SEATED LOUNGE Upholstered in green cretonne, Superior High Back Arm Chair, Madeira Chair with extending foot rest, 4 Mahogany Framed Leather Seated Chairs. POWERFUL AMERICAN ORGAN BY MASON & HAMLIN, 2 Low-Seated Basket Chairs upholstered with reversible cushions. Solid Mahogany Table 4ft. 6in. by 3ft. 9in., Pane] Overmante- with bevelled plate glass to centre, 2 Fold- ing Tables, 2 Mahogany Framed Footstools, 3 Jardiniers, Ornaments, Pictures, Pair Choice Candlesticks, Flower Vases. Cushions, Tablecloths, Cornice Poles and Rings, Table with Baize Top, 6 well-made Chairs, Walnut Hat and Umbrella Hall Sband. CONTENTS OF FOUR BEDROOMS. Four 4ft. Gin. Brass Rail Bedsteads and Wire Spring Mattresses, two 3ft. Black and Brass Combination Bedsteads, Wool Over- lays. Wool Bolsters and Pillows, Feather Pillows, 4 Brass Rail Fenders, Bamboo Flower Stand, Toilet Set.?, Toilet Glasses, old 3ft. Linen Chest fitted two large drawers, 6 Cane-Seated Bedroom Chairs, 3ft. Dressing Table and Washstand, Basket Chair. 3ft. Satin Walnut Duchesse Dressing Table, 3ft. Gin. Ghest of five Drawers, 3ft. 7in Dressing Table fitted with Swinging Mirror, Marble Top and Tiled Back Washstand, Clothes Bas- ket. Towel Rail, Wardrobe, Floral Design Border Carpet 12ft. by 9ft, Bamboo Table, Linoleums—14ft 5in. by lift. 6in., 18ft. by. 9ft., 18ft. by 9ft., 13ft. by 12ft., 31 feet of Stair Linoleum; Stair Carpet, 47ft. by 2ft. llin.; 31 Brass Stair Rods. KITCHEN AND OTHER EFFECTS. Dinner Service, Part Tea and Breakfast Sets, Jugs, Teapots, Tumblers, Bread Pan, Tables, Chairs, Fender, Tablecloth. Brooms, Brushes, "Unity" Sweeper, 7-T'ier Steps, Box of Carpenter's Tools, Patent Convertible Mangle in splendid condition, 2 Bicycle Stands, 3 Camp Stools, Sanitary Dust Bin, Lawn Mower, Garden Tools, Watering Cans, etc. HERCULES SAFETY GEYSER. In perfect order, Brass and Copper Cylinder. ON VIEW WEDNESDAY. JUNE 10th. AT 2 p.m. AND MORNING OF SALE AT 9.30. SALE TO COMMENCE AT 2 p.m. SHARP, THURSDAY, JUNE 11th, 1914. No Catalogues. Auction and Estate Offices, Central Build- ings, 101, Holton-road, Barry Dock. Tele- phones 2-50, Barry Dock, and 282, Barry. THIS RESIDENCE TO LET. The Accommodation comprises :-Dilling Room, Breakfast Room. Small Conservatory, Drawing Room, Fire Bedrooms, Bathroom, Lavatory, Kitchen, etc. Excellent Channel view. Close to Station, Town, Beaches, and Parks. For Full Particulars enquire of the Auctioneer. 1 BLOOD. BLOOD. Health and Life depends upon your Blool being Pure, Rich, and Strong. HUSHES' BLOOD PILLS. HUGHES' BLOOD PILLS are most effectual in Purifying, Strengthening, and Enriching the Blood, acting upon every organ of the body. They have a wondtrful effect upon Headache, Dad Liver, Indigestion, Constipation, Biliousness, Backache, Wind, Rheumatism, Piles, Fits Kidney Trouble, Skin Rash, Neuralgia, Itchings, Eczema, Boils, Nervousness. FOR WOMEN, YOUNG AND OLD, these Pills are most efficacious, and will soon relieve the ailments peculiar to every mother, wife, and daughter. have been in great agony for weeks, with plin in my Baok and Legs, with Piles, Headache, and 'HUGHES' BLOOD PILLS' are cur- ing me TESTIMONY FROM CARDIFE. Sir, I bought a box of your valuable HUGHES' BLOOD PILLS. They have done me a wonderful deal of good. I have been suffering from severe head- eche, indigestion, and very bilious, that I felt quite despondent, no heart for work. I am now quite a new man after taking them. I gave a few of them to a young girl who was suffering from dieadful fits, falling down suddenly in the street. They are doing her good also.-F. WEBBER, CARDIFF, WARNING. When buying don't be deceived. Sold by Chemipts aud Stores at l/l, 2/6, 4/6, or send direct to maker value in stamps or P.O. See that this Trade Mark. Inpe of v a Heart. Thus is on each box. 1 Take no other. Demand the I Gen uine Sort. JACOB HUGHES, M.P.S., L.D.S., Manufacturing Chemist, Penarth, CARDIFF. BARRY URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. WANTED, a BOY to act as CHECK WEIGHER at the REFUSE DESTRUCTOR, it the wage of 7s. 6i. per week. Applications, endorsed "Checkweigher," stating age, together with two recent testimonials, to be sent to the undermentioned not later than 12 o'clock noon on Wednesday, the 10th Jnne 1914. T. P. TORDOFF, Clerk. Council Offices, Barry. I "BARRY DOCK NEWS." SmaH Prepaid Advertisements. Words. Once. Tree ix Times. Times. 20 Words. 0 9 1 3 2 0 30 Words. I 0 1 9 2 6 40 Words. I 6 2 9 3 6 Eachextra 10words 0 4 0 8 1 0 General Advertisements. ] 110 4 insertions Is 6d per loch perirssrbion 4 to 6 it Is 3d It tt 6 to 13 Is 26 II 9d 62 t 6d Legal and Financial Advertisements. Parliamentary Election Addresses 6s per inch per insertion. Prospectuses of Public Companies, Addresses to District Council and Parish Council Electors, and Notices in connection with the same, &c. 48 per inch Situations ftetatu AGENT WANTED— £ 10- £ 20 eameu weekly by active representation, whole or part time, male or female.—Apply "Summit," 7, Arcade, Reading. FRUIT TRADE.-W ANTED smart reliable Jf MAN. Well used to Horses,-Apply JAMEB TALLBOY, Potato Merchant, Barry Dock?. MOUSES, etc.. iCo Jet I ARGE/commodious WAREHOUSES to be LET J in Thompson-street. Low rentals.—Apply E. F. BLACKMOHE, 45, Holton-road, Barry. louse Manfcct. w ANTED.-Small FURNISHED HOUSE for TV eight weeke, from middle July, near Barry.-Apply A. E. GRAXT, St. John's College, Battt rsea, London S. W. aparimtnts to lett. COMFORTABLE LODGINGS for respectable Young Men, in good locality.—Ajply—53, Trinity-street, Barry. TWO, FURNISHED ROOMS, FUit young Tm?rried couple. In respectable locality.- Apply—" P. Barry Dock ?VeM?, Barry. CLEAN HOMELY LODGINGS, suit two respectable Young Men. Upper Pyke-street. —Apply K. Barry Doclt Neics, Barry Dock?. COMFORTABLE SITTING and BEDROOMS, J suit Two or Thtee Friends like to join. Two Minutes from Barry Station. — Apply D. Barry Dock Neics, Dairy. or Saie FOR SALE, by Private Treaty, KELVIN JL' HOUSE, Kingsland crescent. Superiorly built.—Apply REv. T. PANDY JOHN, Sunnybrow, I Gladstone-road, Barry. FOR SALE, GENT'S Safety BICYCLE JL (Raleigh). In good running order. No reasonable offer refused.—Apply "E. F., Barry Dock New*, Barry. PERAMBULATOR for SALE, in zood condition, ￼ reasonable price.- Apply 158, Ghdstone- road, Barry Docks. HOUSE FOR SA LF. SI, Court-roa^, Barry j_JL Docks. Lease 999 years, ground lent -03. Commodious, Excellent condition.—Apply G. MOTION, 85, Court-road, Barry Docks. :p r -fJ11." .¿. r. ￼ ￼ [MANY PEOPLE J i81, -.>¡.. I' g Choose a pair of Glasses in the ""me way as they I g would select a bat; if the fit appears right, and they can g g see in them at all, that is enough. I I This is a Great |ff I MISTAKE, jyF I B n?Y???r? ? iry?Tf? \'3\ ??? y The EYE is a most delicate organraixl it needs k care and attention and IN NO CASE should Glasses g I be worn until the EYES have been scientifically g tested. ) MY ADVICE -=-2.88 g Is at your disposal FREE. A visit to my Sight- ?g Testing Rooms will ensure Prompt and Skilful i B Attention. ￼ I W. E. REES, .P,S., I Pharmacist & Ophthalmic Optician, I 238, Holton Road, BARRY DOCK. .<111- HOUSE FOR SALE in Maesycwm-streft, Barry Docks. Central position, every convenience.—Apply THOMAS, 68, George-street, Barry Dock". TO BUILDERS and OTHER3.-Valuable FREE- I HOLD SITE, 98ft. frontage, near Victoria -Park.-Apply E. F. BLACKMORE, 45, Holton-road, Barry. 1 FURNITURE of all descriptions, also Pianos Sewing Machines, Mangles, Gramophones etc., etc., supplied by the Provident Society at lowest cash prices on their unique system. Call and see samples at PROVIDENT CHAMBERS, 20, Broad-street, Barry, on Mondays, from 3 to 7.45 p.m.. or any time at their Warehouse, 82, Queen- street, Cardiff. 4HiBulkneotiB. MISS E. HOUGHTON, A.L.C.M., Teacher m. of Pianoforte and Theory. 5, Spencer- street, Barry Dock! 1 to £ 100.—THE PUBLIC BENEFIT PER- 30 MANENT MONEY SOCIETY, LTD., 5, Broad-street, Barry, are now prepared to make LOANS to Householders and Tradesmen.—Apply to Secretary. PRIVATE NURSING INSTITUTION AND CONVALESCENT HOME, No. 1, York-place, Barry—Medical, Surgical, Mas- sage, Convalescent, or Maternity Cases re- ceived, and all classes of Patients attended in their own Homes. Monthly, Weekly, or Daily Visiting. Terms moderate. No Nurse with less than three years' Hospital training sent out in charge of cases. Maternity Club for poorer patients.—Matron, MISS WEALE (late Hospital Matron). Nat. Tel. 148. THE Best Money Society is THE TPROVIDENT." Dividend Guaranteed. 3. per Share. Perfect security. Unparallelled stability. Join at once.-Barry Office. 20, Broad- Rtreet. Open Mondays 3 to 7.45 p.m. Registered Office, 82, Queen-street, Cardiff. PAINTING LESSONS in Oil, Watercolour, _L Crystoleum, French Panting, etc.-Appi; Miss HAMMOND, 3 St. Nicholas-road, Barry. MADAME PRAEGER-WILLIAMS (late of I Berlin), Moszkowski Method, gives Lessons in advanced Pianoforte playing.-2, Hickman- road, Penartb. MISS HOUGHTON, Dress and Costume in. Maker, 5, Spencer-street, Barry Docks. Terms moderate. MRS GRIFFITHS, 87, Clive-rosd, Barry Is'and. m CERTIFICATED MIDWIFE. Queen's Trained. C.M.B. examination. Terms moderate for Monthly Cases. -+- MRS. GORMAN, 15, Bridge street, 30, Caroline-street, Cardiff. Purchaser of LADIES and GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING Special prices for Gents. On hire Dress Suits, Frock Coats, &c., Fancy Cotumes for Carnivals Plays, &c. Tel. 2294. URICURA" DROPS and Liniment will U quickly and effectually cure Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, Gout, and Neuralgia. These remedies have been tested for 20 years. Why suffer? Try them. 1/1J per bottle.—Chemists, or Hammond Remedies Company, Barry. ASTROLOGY. — Future events foretold. Mar- Ariage partner described, Journeys. Changes, Money prospects, Business Speculation, Planet lucky days, etc. Send birth date, sixpence p.o., stamped envelope.—MADAME BELMONT, 15, Brun tifield-aven ue, Edinburgh. MISS JENKINS, Certificated Nurse and Midwife, Late of London Hospital. C.M.B Examination. -6, Woodland-road, Barry Docks. NO DEAD CHICKS.—Success in Chicken Rearing can only be obtained by using the mo-t reliable Food. For best results start them on ARMITAGfe/6 BEST DRY CHICK FOOD. In bags 41.,81., L*. 4d., 2H. 6d., etc —Manufactured by ARMUARB BROS. LTD., Poultry Food Specialists, Nottingham, TOLD by A. STALK, 237, Holton-road, Barry Docks. j ?M? ?Me7'???' ? Porthkerry-ro.d l' MecJa1!ii!t ?dh-work. nrs?-ola? distiac' tion., teacher's certificates, Millinery and DreBS- making (City and Guilds, London), ten yeare' technical teaching experience, commence Octobfcr ht. PRIVATE CLASSES DRESS- ?MA?KING .(? Draf,ting, Cutting pnd ￼ ?nd PRACTICAL MILLlNERY?F?t ??f? any _????y. Thursday, or Friday 7-9 p.m HARRISON S NURSERY ?TOILET SOAP Hi!3 Pur(-.st Soap, medicate! with r?md Coal Tar. The ideal Soap for Nursery, Toilet, Batb and Shaving-anticeptic and soothing—contain! no colouring matter or strong perfume. The finest beauty and complexion Soap. Price 4d. Tablet, Is per box. Sold by Chemi.TS.-IJARHISO^ Chemist, Readiug.-Agent for Barry Dock, J. Reynolds. Chemist, Holton-road. T3 ?t?KRN??ouBlNG?ju?RACT? R. F. 13, Beryl-road, Barry Docks, Ti "T" 0 Repairg executed efficiently, an& with person I attention. Rods, leakages*, ranges, boilers, floors, drains, masonry, brick- laying, genpral house and building: repairs IBBS, LICENSED HORSE SLAoaBTMtjM. GLive or dead Horses, Cattle, &c., removed from Barry and district, ten milea radius.? AQQ