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r I SAFE, PROMPT, EFFECTUAL. GEORGE'S PILE & GRAVEL PILLS Are an Invaluable and Effective 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 BACK AND LOINS, CONSTIPATION, SUPPRESSION AND RETENTION OF URINE, IRRITATION OF THE BLADDER SLUGGISHNESS OF THE LIVER AND KIDNEYS, BILIOUSNESS, FLATULENCE, PALPITATION, NER- VOUSNESS, SLEEPLESSNESS, DIM- NESS OF VISION, DEPRESSION OF SPIRITS, PAINS FROM INDIGESTION. KEPT ALIVE BY GEORGE'S PILLS! have been well acquainted with your Pills for years. The box I uaed greatly benefited me. 1 have heard others who have used them recommending them so highly that I believe their efficacy as health-restorers is beyond doubt. Many have told me that your Pills have kept them alive. I have been in the habit of recommending your Pills to sick 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 three forms of this Remedy- No. 1.—GEORGE'S PILE AND GRAVEL PILLS (Whibe Label). 'I No. 2.—GEORGE S GRAVEL PILLS (Blue Label). No. 3.—GEORGE'S PILLS for the PILES (Red Label). BOLD VERYWHERE IN BOXES, lili AND 2/9 EACH. BY POST AND 2/10. here s a great) saving by purchasing the larger box. PHOPBIKTOB J. E. GEORGE, M.R.P.S., HIRWAIN, ABERDARE. LAWN MOWERS SPADES, RAKES, HOES, FORKS, ROLLERS, TRELLIS, and FRAMING. EVERYTHING IN THE GARDEN WAY. AGENT FOR TBB "EfVIOTt" FENCING. J. Williams & Sons (CARDIFF), LTD., 13,15. & 17, QUEEN STREET, CARDIFF. Registration of Lodgers!! NEW GOVERNMENT ORDER. All Hotel and Lodging House Keepers must keep a Special Register of all Guests, whether British or Alien. REGISTRATION FORMS & REGISTERS can be purchased from the "BARRY DOCK NEWS" OFFICES, Holton Road, Barry Docks. ice -.dAa.- RIIJFUSA'l, DAVILE S ?C-00 THE AFCTIOX ROOMS, 7. TYKEWYDD-ROAD, BARRY DOCKS. TO PARTIES. FURNISHING AND OTHERS. MESSRS. RCFCS DAVIES & CO. Have been favoured with instructions from Mr. Williams to SELL bv PUB- LIC AUCTION, at their" well- appointed Salerooms, as above, on MONDAY. JFLY 2Gth. 1915, a large assemblage of superior HO USEIIOLD FURNITURE and other effects, consisting of:—€ar- pets, quantity of Linoleum, Pairs Toi- let Tables, odd Washing Stands and Dressing Tables, odd Wardrobes, BRASS-RAIL and WOODEN BED- STEADS, Wirespring Mattresses, Overlays, Feather and Millpuff Beds, SEVERAL SUBSTANTIAL BED- ROOM .SUITES, Sets Toilet Ware, Trinket China. Swing Mirrors. Brass- Rail Fenders, Stair (Carpet and Lino- leum. Brass Curbs. Sets Brasses. Vene- tian Ashpans. WELL-MADE OAK and WALNUT SIDEBOARDS, fitted with Drawers, Cnpboards and Cellarettes, Extending Dining Tables, Walnut and Oak Overmantles. DINING and DRAWING-ROOM SUITES, Several Occasional Tables in various woods, CHINA CABINET. UPRIGHT GRAND PIANOFORTE, Music Stool, Kitchen Tables, Bentwood Chairs, Armchairs. Fenders, Irons, odd Couches, Full and Half Sets Dinner China and Tea China, (Sets Jugs, Tea- pots. (Cheese Dishes, Rose Bowls, superior Ornaments, Clock Sets, Flower Pots, and numerous other ef- fects. Sale to commence at 2 p.m. sharp. On view Saturday. July 24th. 1915, and Morning of Sale Day. Auctioneers* Oiffces: 7. Tynewydd- rond. Barry Docks. V.J FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. BARRY ISLAND. MESSRS. HCFlJS A. DAVIES & CO. Have received iiistruetioils from S. Thorning, Esq., to SELL by PRIVATE TREATYr tihe well-built and commo- dious RESIDENCE known as 42, RE DBRINK-lCRESCENT, BARRY ISLAND, which is held on lease for a term of 99 yeam from. 1st May, 1899, at the an- | nuaO. ground ront of £5 10s. Od., hav- ing a frontage of 46ft. Bin. to Redbrink- orescent and a depth of about 80ft. The accommodation consists o,f:-OiN THE GROUND FLOOR: Large Halil, Three Reception Rooms, Kitchen, Scul- lery, Coal-house, Throe Pantries, and usual Domestic Offices. ON THE FIRST FLOOR: Five Bedrooms, lliarge Bathroom, separate w.c. ON THE TOP FLOOR: Large Bedroom a.nd small Observatory. The Propèlity is in an excellent Sltate of repair both inside and out, and is well adapted for the purposes of a boarding house. ANY REASONABLE OFFER FOR SAME WILL BE ENTERTAINED. FURNISHED HOUSES. MESSRS. RUFUS A. DAVIES & CO. invite parties destkous of letting their Houses Furnished to coanmunicate im- mediately with them, as they have a number of Clients wanting .same. R. J. HEATH & SONS, SOLE AGENTS for the WORLD-RENOWNED BROADWOOD PIANOS, PLEYEL PIANOS, STEIN WAY PIANOLA-PIANOS, AND THE ORCHESTRELLE OO.s PIANOLA-PIANOS & iEOLTANS. PIANOFORTES IN STOCK BY COLLARD, BRINSMEAD, HOPKINSOX, CHALLEN. CRAMER, BORD, &c. New Pianofortes FROM 18 GUINEAS CASH, OR 10/6 MONTHLY. ORGANS BY MASON ASD HAMLIN, BELL, DOMINION, &a Official Depot for "HIS MASTER'S VOICE" GRAMOPHONES, RECORDS, &q. R. J. HEATH & SONS, 76, Queen-street, CARDIFF; 70, TAFF STREET, PONTYPRIDD; FEXARTH, and PORT TALBOT. Telephone-2199 CARDIFF; 21 PONTYPRIDD. MONEY FOR WAR LOAN A CHANCE FOR EVERY ONE. The Progressive Mutual Investment Society (Registered under the Friendly Societies Act}, 89, Holton Road, Barry Dock, Can make immediate Advances for this purpose. FOR FULL PARTICULARS APPLY- E. W. STANDEN, Secretary. FOR PRINTING Of every description, try the Barry Dock News Printing Works. A Sparkling. Cooling Drink, I IE-ALT i?4 ￼ I ￼ ???s??a? ￼ ￼ ￼ j? Contains the Properties of English and Foreign Mineral Waters. 0 BE careful what you drink Natural Health jj Salt acts by Natural Means it has a disinfecting action on tbe Bowels, and removes toxic material, the cause of Headache. Biliousness, Sourness of the Stomach, and Flatulence; it Strengthens the Digestive Organs, and aids the Vital elements of Nutrition in the formation of pure and more Vitalised Blood, thus stimulating the very springs of life. Unsolicited Testimonial. Dear Sirs, I have just completed 28 years' residence in Newcastle, and during the whole of that time have- never had an illness of any moment; and I attribute my excellent health in great measure to the regular use of your NATURAL HKALTH SALT. A dose in the morning 3 or 3 times a week seems to keep all the functions in good working order, and tbus prevents illness, and certainly in this connection prevention is better than cure." I never leave home without a tin in my bag. Yours gratefully, June 5,1913. F. JUDGES. 4.0" Tin* 44. | 8-oz. Tins, 84 Telephone 374. S. WOODHA & 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. THE NAME I Bonner Morgan c. ".j .?*?: ￼ ￼ .t:,}'f((.; I ?CMnecUonWith ??' ?' AWOW^ "K I Sight»Testing 6 Spectacles ? ?- ??.. I Je Guarantee qf the Hifbaet Quality I and Absolute THOROUGHNESS at All Tisnes "I,' 101 QUEEN STREET CARDIFF Parit Hall Buildisse Arrival of Spring & Summer Goods. D. LLOYD & COMPANY'S GENTS,' YOUTHS,' AND BOYS' SPRING SUITS. SUMMER SUITS. Always something new and novel, made from the most pleasing Materials, and specially made to stand hard wear, combining Artistic Beauty, Stability of Fabrio, and Economy in Price. SEASON'S CLOTHING-Most Reliable Brands kept at Popular Prices. ADDRESSES 89 & 91, MAIN-STREET, CADOXTON, AND 72, HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCK. Holton-road Baptist Chiirclt, Barry Docfcs PREACHER NEXT SUNDAY, REV. RONALD THOMAS, CARDIFF. MORNING AT 11. EVENING 6.30. Also at the Brotherhood at 3.15 p.m. Soloist: Mr. DAN EVANS.
UNITED WE STANDI
UNITED WE STAND. There arc moments when criticism is useless and absolutely mischievous," said Mr. Balfour, when unveiling a bust of the late Mr. Joseph Chamber- lain. and his words need to be taken to heart by a good many people in this country. There is too much depressing and useless fault-finding. It is spread- ing from politicians, and the Press, among the people, des- troying confidence and endan- gering national unity. No one doubts that there has been mismanage- ment and mistakes in regard to various military mattery. The shortage of munitions, the equipment of recruits, the wastage of food in camps, the treat- ment of enemy aliens—all these and other subjects have been fruitful in blunders. But this is not the time for party controversy or personal recrimi- nation. We have got to beat the Ger- mans, and that task will be hindered if we start quarrelling among ourselves. Let us iirst finish the war, and then pro- ceed to clear up the muddle at home. It is impossible for any patriot to read questions recently asked, and speeches delivered in the House of Commons, without feeling intense disquietude. Some of our legislators do not appear to realise that in the words of Lord Cur- zon "ine situation is one of grave anxiety" and are apparently more con- cerned about finding scapegoats than promoting measures which will help to win the war. There have been attacks on distinguished generals, there lias been an unedifying difference of opinion between, leading public men.! and there has been denunciation in some quarters of the manhood of the country, and tho British working man. All this has a most pernicious effect. It tends to encouratre the enemy, to create a. false impression among our Allies, and to cause division among ourselves. Is it anv wonder that French people should doubt. our deter- mination when we are shouting about slackers and drunkards? If our gal- lant Allies have a distorted conception of the immense efforts and sacrifices we are making, who is to blame? Very largely it is due to our habit of self- depreciation. and the attacks on the Government by the Yellow Press of I London. Criticism which is suggestive and constructive may be helpful and stimulating, but when it is merely sf- seeking. ill-natured, and destructive, it is worse than useless, for it helps to paralyse effort, and cause depression. We relied upon the Navy to protect British interests, and British policy al- ways assumed that we should never re- quire an Army on the Continental scale. Yet not only is this necessary, but we are expected to provide our Allies with munitions of war. Such demands upon our resources were never contemplated at the beginning of the war, and if there are things which the experts might reasonably have been expected to fore- see. it is no use now turning aside from t.he mai n business to waste time and energy in squabbling. Britain needs the help and loyalty of all her sons, and we are thrilled with pride at the indomi- table courage of our kinsmen from over the seas, who have played such a splen- did part in the war. Not a few of the events in its progress have been disap- pointing, but Germany has also had her bitter failures, and if we abate not a jot of heart or hope, but steer right onward," we shall yet emerge with honour and glory from the gigan- tic confl ict.
ONE WAR FINISHED
ONE WAR FINISHED. General Botha has, by his skilful generalship, compelled the whole of the enemy forces in German South-West Africa;, to fsurrender unconditionally, and he lias thus brought one of the sev- eral wars in which the British Empire is engaged, to a triumphal conclusion. The thanks and admiration of the whole Empire are due to General Botha, and General Smuts, who were confronted with great difficulties in these opera- tions. with regard to water, supplies, transport, and immense distances to be covered. Moreover, the Germans were well supplied with men and munitions. They had accumulated large stores of war material, and had long prepared, both in this way and by intrigtie with the disaffected Dutch, for the coming of the world-war, when they would at- tempt the conquest of the whole sub- continent. That was Germany's aim and object, as proved by the De Wet re- bellion. and it is mainly General Botha's steadfast loyalty, his brilliant generalsh ip. and his splendid gifts of leadership, that have saved South Africa for the Empire. Not only has German South-West Africa dis- appeared from the map, but South Africa is now sending a contingent of men and artillery to fight in the main theatre of war. Germany relied upon our Overseas Dominions being a source of weakness and distraction to us. in the world-wide war she was preparing. She does not understand what freedom and justice mean. If she did. Ger- many would see in the aid rendered to the Mother Country bv Canada, South Africa. Australia, and India, proof of what the British Em pi re stands for. -—
THE WAR LOAN AND THE WORKING CLASS INVESTOR
THE WAR LOAN AND THE WORKING CLASS INVESTOR. There is abundant evidence that the system atised national effort made on be- half of the War Loan, will ensure the success of the scheme, as regards the working class investor. The appeal to the workers is based upon patriotism and prudfence. The Parliamentary War Savings Committee who are doing good work in informing and stimulat- ing the public mind on the subject, have enlisted the aid of the employers who are distributing leaflets explain- ing the scheme at the time they pay their men. It, is expected that, though the Bank of England lists are closed, small savings will continue to pour into the Post Office week after week. and ultimately reach a very substantial a! n oi int. Tn o rder to obtaii i a universal response some further facilities than those offered by the Government may be desirable. Employers, clubs, and other organisations may find it useful to start a War Loan Fund, on a weekly payment basis, so as to enable those who wish to contribute only small amounts each week to participate in a scheme which offers a safe and generous return for investments. Hard times may come bye and bye, and a little nest egg will lie useful. The fear that exists' in some quarters that purchasers will not be able to realise their stock, is ground- less. Their holding will always be readily saleable at the market price.
Seedy Loafer (outside a Barry bank last Friday i "Look at 'em pushin' their way in to lend quids to the Government, and oi can't find anybody to borrer a tanner orf! -:0:- Pedal extremities lubricated and illuminated for the infinitesimal chargo of one penny per operation." This is the notice displayed bv a local shoe- black. "It is only 'meat' and right." When the man with the tray Calls for orders each day, Or economy please make « point; little kss meat, i -i'i'ie requested eat fA' the times hould get quit-e "out of ioint,