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TELL THE TIME IN THE DARK I | TELL THE TIME IN THE DARK! ^tgpfpp,:Yj'Yj|| ■ I I Iil T AVE a Watch that shows They are proving a great boon I LUMINODS WRIST WATCH ?N S N ￼ ￼ ???L?M ￼ ￼ H L you a Watch that shows TRENCHES As illustrated. Splendid timekeeper, ?MS?? ????? ￼ nigh. di9«i„ct|y as by day_ "AT T?E FRONT ?"sf,?tS ?B???/ ￼ ￼ night as distinctly as by day- AT THE FRONT ing!?ll ver Case ith strap in 15/ one of H. Samuel s famous time- Send one to y?? soldier f,;?? t?y, any shade. 1^ '?': ￼ ■ keepers with luminous dials. See the lares selection in the windows. MANY OTHER DESIGNS, 21/ 2& upwards. f" ???CN????3tSM ? *?3i?? —.—L————————?—————————. L■fl ■ m ■■flinl ?MMOUS POCKET WATCH 7/6 to )BM. t ?S?S&???? .? ￼ ￼ ￼ ?'- ?! ■ ￼ SMASHED BYA'MRMA???? ?MUEL? ST. MARY.3TREET, CARDIFF..} ??? ￼ b[?ut even that did not stop it. Watchmaker to the AdmiraltyAND AT C), QL'EE9 STRF?ET. ^U\H*\VnU\HUUVWHU%UU\WUHUH\UnnWUU$VHWi | i No Household j can be really happy if any of its members are ailing. Sound health in a 5j i family is a boon priceless beyond words, and without it, success and 5 1 felicity are practically impossible. Much illness is positively unnecessary J% and is occasioned chiefly by neglect. Much anxiety given on this account # I to near and dear ones is, therefore, avoidable. It is of the utmost import- II 5 ance that a reliable remedy should always be at hand to relieve the 5 earliest symptoms of indisposition. Beecham's Pills are an excellent house- 3 S hold medicine—safe to take and sure in their curative results. No home £ í Should Be Without j £ them. They exercise a beneficial effect upon the liver, stomach, kidneys 1 and bowels. They give speedy relief, and, in time, they remove most of J t the ailments connected with these important organs. Attacks of bilious- < } ness, constipation, flatulenœ, headache, dyspepsia and other disorders of < 2 the digestive system are speedily dispelled by ? BEECHAM'S PILLS I 1 There is yet another point that you should mark on the tablet of yo-tir I memory. Beecham's Pills, in addition to their acknowledged value in $ t kidney, liver and stomach disorders, have a specially beneficial effect in £ 5 such ailments as are peculiar to women, many of whom endure needles | J ,åin and ill-health through ignorance of this important fact. 5 5 5 J Sold Everywhere in boxes, price t/1? (56 pills) & 2/9 (168 pills). $ i "$ THE WINDSOR HOTEL, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCKS. PAMILY AND COMMERCIAL HOTEL- WINE & SPIRITS OF THE CHOICEST QUALITY. BRAIN'S FLAGON ALES AND STOUT. FIS3T-CUSS BILLIARD AND ASSEMBLY.ROOMS. STABLING. -&.&.NaREs OF THE BRISTOL, WEST OF ENGLAND, & SOUTH WALES OPERATIVES PROVIDENT SOCIETY, THE LOYAL DAVID DAVIES LODGE G.U.O.O.F., AND THE STEAM ENGINE MAKERS' SOCIETY SAT. TaL. 59 BABBY. T. H HILL, MANAGER. VICTORIA HOTEL, BARRY DOCKS. II E. WILLIAMS, PROPRIETOR. BASSETT ARMS HOTEL FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL), BOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCKS, Midway between Barry Dook and Cadoxton Stations). SPIRITS OF THE BEST QUALITY AND WELL MATURED CHOICEST WINES AND CIGARS. WORTHINGTON'S CELEBRATED BITTER ALE ALWAYS ON DRAUGHT BILLIARDS with Burroughs and Wattf?' latest Improved Cushions. or Head Quarters of most of the Leading Sccieties of the District. PROPRIETOR A. J. HOPKIN. CASTLE HOTEL, BARRY DOCKS. ONLY ONE QUALITY, THE BEST. Most of the Societies If the District use the above Hotel for Meeting purpose MRS. FARMER, PROPRIETRESS. ¡ Barry Dock Hotel, I 'Phone 267 Barry. Facing Barry Dock Railway Station. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. 1 COMMERCIAL AND FAillILY. Splendid Banquet Hall for Bills, Receptions, & Dinners I Special 1/6 Luncheon. Billiards, 3 Tables. I IIY. J. HAZEL.L, MANAGER. Late Manager Gower Hotel, London. THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED IN THE BARRY AND CADOXTON DISTRICT. I URN ITURE REMOVED BY R 01 AD Furniture Carefully Removed. I' Vans of all Bizes kept. By Hour or Contract. Light and Heavy Hauling done at I A-loderate -Prices. Estimates Free. POSTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES Estimates Free. David PAULETT, Coal Merchant, Courts-road, CADOXTON-BARRY. I Offo»i—STATION YARD & m&RxEr miiYVS, CADOXTON. Telephone No. 349 1 fiuit&b'e Luggage rartj kept for Commercials, etc. Weddings a Speciality. Grey Horsesbept, .J. L I WORKS: r BEHIND SHIPPING OFFICE BARRY DOCKS. H. ROGERS, PRACTICAL Hand-sewn Boot & Shoe Maker. I AND AT I 10, Graving Dock St., Barry Dock. W. H. GOULD, IRON & BRASS FOUNDER AND GENERAL ENGINEER (BETWEEN NOS. 4 AND 5 TIPS), BARRY. MEW MORTAR MILLS m PARTS ALWAYS KEPT IN STOCK, AND ALL DESCRIPTION OF CASTINGS MADE. SOLE MAKfcR OF SMITH'S PATENT GULLEYS. BUILDERS' CASTINGS SUPPLIED MACHINERY BOUGHT AND SOLD. Telephone Works—Barry Foundry, 415 & 416 Barry (2 lines). Borough foundry, 3S73 Cardiff Residence—SO, Dinas Powis. Telegrapich Address—"Castings," Barry. VEDDIK8. KEEPER, & ENGAGEMENT RINGS. FINEST SELECTION AND BEST VALUE a. B. CROUCH'S, t6, St MARY-STREET, 48, QUEEN STREET 9, High-street Arcade, Cardiff THE 'CITY' JEWELLERS, No Free Presents but Guaranteed beet Value in the Kingdom WHARTON-STREET SALEROOMS CARDIFF. mR. A. BETCHFIELD will SELL b, 1: AUCTION on THURSDAY NEXT a Large Assemblage of Superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, removed for convenience of Sale, comprising Dining and Drawing-room Suites, 2 excellent Pianofortes, Walnut Sideboards and Over- mantels, Dining and Occasional Tables, Wal- nut and Oak HaUstands, Clocks, Bronzes, Tea and Dinner Services, Carpets and Rugs. Ourba and Brasses, 6 Bedroom Suites m rarious woods, All-Brass and other Bed- steads, Wire rnd Wool Overlays, Chests of Drawers, Withstands, Tables, Toilet Ware. tc., Ao. 2 c,'clc.-ek .?barp. .N o reservo. K)Ma at 2 o'clock sharp. No for H?AD ?CdE, TOO-,lihC4E, NEURALGIA, 00..?? ￼ 2, j wnRGAN ZONES a Go.. ￼ t Holloway's Pills are of priceless value in keeping the blood free from impurities and tl4c Liver, Stomach and Kidneys in proper functional activity. They gi ve speedy relief in cases of Head- ache, Biliousness, Nausea, Dizziness, and cure the worst cases of Consti- pation. Females find them without equal for their various ills. HHMnnnHnHUDH Holloway's Ointment i Is essentially a remedy to keep always in the house. With a large family it is always useful. Apply it to Bruises, Ðtrn, Scalds, Cuts, Wounds, Boils, Accesses, etc. It also promptly relieves and cures Bronchitis, Asthma, Sore Throat, Ql1insyand othd" affections of the Throat and Chest. F'jR PRINTING Of every description, try the "Barry Dock News" Printing Works.
IBARRY POLICE COURTi
I BARRY POLICE COURT. I FRIDAY. I Before Mr. J. W. Pyman and Mr. AY. R. Lee. PATERNITY ADMITTED. Mr. F. P. Jones Lloyd, solicitor, re- presented a single woman named Annie L. Panting, of 60, High-street, Barry, who summoned Jjames Powis Clarke, an employee at the Aberthaw Cement Works, to show cause, etc. Applicant said she gave birth to a male child on March 27th last, and the defendant was the father. Air. A. Jackson, solicitor, on behalf of the defendant, admitted the facts, and the defendant was ordered fo con- tribute 4/- per week till the child at- tained the age of sixteen years. BLAZING CHIMNEY. j Richard Harvey was ordered to pay I a shilling for allowing the chimney of his house to be on fire. I A SINGLE DRUNK. I John Mitchell had to pay 7/6 for being drunk and disorderly. MONDAY. I Before Messrs. J. Lowdon. D. W. j Roberts and J. Marshall. OVERDUE RATES. j The Bench ordered the following to. pay the general district and poor rates application having been made on be- half of the Barry District Council by Mr. itoliii Jenkinjs, supt. collector: — Arthur Jenkins, Dd. Alexander, Alex- ander Smith and Henry Llewelyn. WOMEN'S SQUABBLE. Mr. J. A. Hughes, solicitor, repre- sented Rosetta. Britton, who summoned Jean Whit tin gton for assault. There a u l t.. There was a crosis-summons. I Mr. Hughes remarked that for some time past there had been ill-feeling be- tween the parties. The complainant, who lives in Ilir- wain-street, Barry Dj)cks. admitted that there had been some depute be- tween the respective .parties for some time, and on the previous Saturday week, complainant went to defendant's house to enquire why she had insulted her daughter. Defendant thereupon I struck her in the face, blackening her eye. Complainant denied that it was her husband who discoloured her eye. Bessie Pearce. a step-daughter of the complainant, said in addition to her mother being Jassaulted bv the defen- dant. she (witness") was also struck in the face by her. In the cross-summons. Whitt-ington stated that she was struck by the de- fendant and lier daughter, who said complainant had come to her house to fight her husband. Both cases were dism issed. I AFTER. XTXE MONTHS' I LIFE. | After only nine months of married life. Olive Reynolds sought a separation order from her husband. George Rey- nolds, a boilermaker. on the ground of persistent, cruelty. The complainant said she was mar- ried to defendant nine months ago at j the Cardiff Registry, but she could not remember the exact date. Up to Satu r- dav week she had lived with her hus- band in Charlotte-place, Cadoxton. but on that date lie locked her out, previous to which he had beaten her He had frequently ill-treated hr; in fact. she said, she had been snbJcded to a "ter- rible life" by the defendant. On the Saturday in question, he strue her in the face, and as a result she "lost her speech'' for about an hour. Com-j painant added that her hnsband wns: addicted to drink, and never a week passed without him striking her. 1 A neighbour named Rose Kirby, said j that on more than one occasion she ha i seen the complainant.with a black eye. and bruises on her body.. Defendant said he had occasion on the previous Saturday week, to speak to his wife about her sending for a penny-worth of tea and sugar after he had paid her his wages, and the com- plainant "flew at him." and threatened to strike him with a knife-box. His wife, he said, gossiped -aill day with neighbours, "and neglected the home. That had been the sole cause of trouble. His wages averaged £ 2 10s. per w:»rdeirly. Evidence was given by P.C. John Sullivan, and Jones was fined 5 or seven day's im- prisonment. A seaman named Samuel Nesbitt was cautioned for a like offence: whilst Ed. ward Robson. a window cleaner, who made his first appearance at the Court. was fined 5/ A deposit of 7, G was ordered to He for- feited in the case of Peter Wiltson. and Thloinas Moore who had been in cus- tody since the previous Fridav was cautioned. 1 PRISON FOR INDECENCY. For an indecent. act in the presence of a female in a lane at the-rear of j Chiarlotte-pla.ee. Cadoxton. Ri c h a!)d Giles, a coloured seaman, was sent to! prison for twenty-one days, the Justices j expressing appreciation of the action of the witnesses in coming forward to giN-P evi dence. REGULATION IGNORANCE. A Russian, named John Pernan. was charged with failing to register him- self. After hearing evidence by Re- gistration Officer Fred Brim son. who said the authorities were quite satisfied that the man was an alien, the defen- dant. was discharged, the Bench advis- ing him to be more careful in future. Joseph McAlevey. at whose house in Quarella-street, Cadoxton. the defen- dant lodged, was charged with failing to notify the presence of an alien in his house. Defendant, pleaded ignorance of the regulations, and to Serjeant D. Phillips he said "I have been very busy in my shop and had no time to read the re- gulations. He was fined 5 i FEMALE D. AXD D." Annie Healey was fined 10 for being drunk and disorderly.
DIED AFTER VOYAGE AT BARRY i
DIED AFTER VOYAGE AT BARRY. i; Martin Humber, a boarding house master, of 16, Trayi-street. Barry Docks, died suddenly on Thursday night last. He had returned from a sea voyage, and soon after reaching home went to bed. Some time later his wife, receiving no answer to her calls, went to her husband's room, where she found him dead in bed. Dr. P..1. O'Donnell pronounced life extinct. DEATH DUE IT) ALCOHOLIC POISONING. At the inquest conducted by Air. D. Rees, the divisional coroner, at the Police Court, Barry Docks, on Friday last. Airs. Sarah Humber. widow of the deceased, gave evidence of identifica- tion. Her husband. she said, who was about -18 years of age. was a ship's fire- man. and on the previous Wednesday arrived home after being on a sea voy- age in the s.s Kelsimore. On Thurs- day her husband, who had been drink- ing heavily throughout the day. retired to bed, being helped upstairs in a help- less condition." Some time later, on entering his room. she found him. fully dressed, lying dead on the bed. Her husband, witness added, was in hospi- tal at raIta in October of last year with fractured ribs. but he had been working since. Dr. P. J. O'Donnell attributed death to acute alcoholic poisoning, and the jurv returned a verdict accordingly.
ni CADONTON CONTRACTORS SON INJURED
__n_ CADONTON CONTRACTOR'S SON INJURED. I Some boiling tar was responsible fori an outbreak of lire in ihe yard of Messrs. \Y. Hllckley aikl Sons, contrac- tors, Cadoxton-Barry. on Friday last. The flames were extinguished before ihe arrival "f th? Barry Fir?. Rn?adc. and little damage was done to th? properfy. little (1', ti) t,l in att?Dpt- ing to cope with the fire, sustained rather severe burns on the right hand, through some of the tar boiling over. He was taken to the Town Accident Hospital by Doctors P. AY. Kent and Lauranee Pick. j
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THE FIGHT FOR HILL 60 i i
THE FIGHT FOR HILL 60. — HOW THE GERMAN TRKXCHES ￼ ?VE?E DLOWX rp. BARRY DOCTOR'S GRAPHIC DESCRIPTION. Lieut.Dr. W. Rogers. M.D.. of the R.A.M.C., attached t0 the .1th Ches- hire Regiment at the Front, has sent an interesting letter to the editor of the "Barry Dock News" from what lie de- | scribes as "the hottest spot in the wes- tern s phere of warf The dressing station of Dr. Rogers, who, prior to the start of the war, wac a moral or of fhj im dica! still of tho l'>iii rv own Accident Ho^rutni is gf the foot of Hill 60. the start of ihe attack." be unites, "the blowing up of the German li -nches which preceded an advance. Vie. knew beforehand that at seven n m on the 17th we were going to blow up tLc trenches, and were waiting for it. Punctually to the second there appeared to be an earthquake, and a bto'Wretch of ground, some hundreds of yards, off, on the hill jumped up into the air. T'hree minutes later, cmr men charged and took the trenches, but there was no one to oppose them. Some few Ger- mans fabout 20 in all) happened to bo a little farther back in the trenches, and were taken prisoners. "Then pandemonium appeared to break loose. Hundreds of guns had been concentrated on the position, and belched shells on the German "position, giving our men opportunities to occupy and fortify their new positions. I shall nevier 'forget that night. Practically ever since then the fighting has been going on without cessation. We have held the position gained here, but fur- ther north the French have had to gin" way. and troops—Canadians. Indiana and British—have been poured into the weakened s pot, and at the moment of writing the position is verv favourable. Lieut, Rogers, on behalf of the men, desires to acknowledge with grateful thanks, receipt of the following gifts: A large consignment of AYoodbines from Miss M. Evans, matron of the Barry Accident Hospital (mainlv from contributions given by past patients of the Hospital), a consignment of cigar- ettes from Miss Margaret Freeman. 12 Kingsland-crescent. Barry Docks; twelve month organs from Mrs. Rogers and Miss 2.f. Evans. "The boys. he says. "are all very grateful, and I am asked to-hand on their thanks to the donors. Concluding. Dr. Rogers says the artillery din is too vigorous and inces- sant for him to continue. "nealh. without exaggeration," he writes, "it is as bad illS a Barry Council meeting cll¡" cusRing T he soft wafer question."
Why Worry About Meals
Why Worry About Meals ? Many victims of indigestion have asked I themselves that question. Eating with them. apart from the pains which follow every lneal, seems to be merely so much wasted efiort. Through the inefficient working of the stomach, liver, and bowels, which pre- vents the thorough digestion of food. your body, if you are a sufferer, becomes badly j nourished. You gradually lose weight your face grows cireworii yon become a mere shadow of your former self. Why continue to exist in what is really a slate of semi-starvation when there is a way out ? This way has been discovered by the tens of thousands of peopk throughout the world ? who take Mother SdgcisSvrup. Co?po?d of the extracts of nearly a do/en varieties of roots, harks, and kYt:s, ihe remedv has medicinal properties for toning up and i strengthening the digestive organs not possessed by any other preparation. Take it, and prove its exceptional value..
BARRY FINANCE COMMITTEE
BARRY FINANCE COMMITTEE. SATISFACTORY COLLEf T!U> OF RATES. AT a meeting of ihe Barrv Finance ( oiaiinttee on Thursday evening last. Ai r. E. AA alton was unanimouslv elected chairman for the coming twelve months. The members who were pre- sent. and who supported the proposi tion. were Messrs. J. Marshall. J.P., 0. AY a relia.m. J. Felix Williams. J. E. Lovers. T. Evans, and F. P. Mihier. The meeting, it was decided, will be held on the same day and hour, as at- J present. >uperil)ton- dent collector, presented a i?tatemei t shoving collections of poor and general district rates made on October 12th 1!11.t. which was considered to l o highly satisfactory, iribuio In-iiig paid 111 lie work of the. c.>lU-.rior and staff.
WEl)l>IXC, CARDS. Of the daintiest and most up-io-da;e styles, clouted at. the Rarrv Dock J News Offices.