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ARE YOU BUYING FULL CREAM CONDENSED MILK. Only a few weeks ago this delicious milk was Introduced into South Wales for the first time. It won immediate success, and traders are ordering larger quan- tities every week to meet the increasing demand. St. Ivcl Full Cream Condensed Milk is really good, pure and nourishing. Only the best milk is used, and only pure sugar is added. For absolute quality and value for money, you ?? ? ?L cannot beat it. Made by ???RMf ??\?L ST. IVEL Ltd. Staplemead, ???? ??tr????y? Somer.et. ( DO IT NOW!, BUY YOUR PRESENTS AT 'lHI!J Scholastic Book Depot, J. II. DYER. MECCANO—an Os.6!j for tnaMHg Models and Mech&t.ic&t Toyf. Price 5;1. to211. HARBUIT'3 PLASTICINE far Home Modelling, from 6;. t'o 5. per box. BOXES OF WATER COLOURS, from 61. to 7a. 6 1. each. CHILDREN'S riOTURE BOOK-?. CHILDREN'3 STORY BOOK, from H. to 63. WRITING CASES, Leather, etc., la. to 21s. GENT'S POCKET BO'JKS AND LEATHER CASES, from Ii. BIBLES, from 6J.—with P:cl.urt-a, from 1?. 6d. DRAWING 1Tr.U}lENrS, from Is. to 21s. per box. REWARD BOOKS for Sanday Schools. SWAN FOUNTAIN PENS, from 10-. 81. to 21-. FOUNTAIN PESS. from 1<. upwardf. Note: PARK HALL BUILOINGS, 95, Queen St., CARDIFF. GOULD 7S FOUNDRIES, LTD. IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS ASD GENE HAL ENGINEERS, XBBTWBEN NOS. 4 AND 5 TIPS). BARK Y. ttEW WORIM MtLLS ONO PAM8 ALWAYS KEPT IN 3TOCF. A -ŠO EVERY DESCRIPTION OF CASTINGS MADE. SOLE- K AKFs 8 OP SMITH'S PATENT GULLEYS. BUILDERS' CASTINGS SUPPLIED. MACHINERY BOUGHT AND SOLD. Telephones Foundries-Cardiff, 4743 & 4744. Barry, 415 & 416. Residences—Dinaa Powia, 80. Barry, 416. Penarth, 349. Telegrams—"Capoli.CardiS." Caatinga, Barry." R. J. HEATH & SONS, SOLE AGENTS for the WORLD-RENOWNED BROADWOOD PIANOS, PLEYEL PIANOS, STEINWAY PIANOLA..PIAN03, AND THE ORCRESTRELLE CO.s PIANOLA.PIANOS & jEOLIANS. MASON AND HAMLIN ORGANS. PIANOFORTES IN STOCK BY COLLARD. BRINSMEAD, HOPKINSON, CHALLEX, CRAMER, BORD. &c. New Pianofortes FROM 10/6 MONTHLY. ORGA.NS BY MASON ASDH1MLIN, BELL. OScial Depot for "UH MASTER'S VOICE" GRAMOPaONES, RECORDS, &c. R. J. HEATif & SOMS, 76. Queen-street, CARDIFF; '70. TAFF STREET, POXTYPRIDD; fE AoRTa, and PORT TALBOT. Telephone-2199 CARDIFF; 21 PONTYPRIUD. Tplephone 374. S3. WOODHA & SON, Wholesale and Retail Fruit Stcres, 108, HIGH STREET. BARRY. W—— RBan CUT FRUIT & VEGETABLES FROM OWN GARDENS DAILY. Families waited on Daily. Specialities :-Wreatbø. CroeaeB, and Cut Ftowera. AU kinds of Garden Pl&nts in Stock.
LOCAL PLACES OF PUBLIC AMUSEMENT
LOCAL PLACES OF PUBLIC AMUSEMENT. ROMILLY HALL. After a very successful initial t.hrec cH\nilngs¡ this wock-end In the Purple Hills," The Black Box," and Charlie, the Tramp," three sbar pic- tures, each in more than one part, will be the outstanding fetatures of an excel- lent programme at the Romllly Hall. Next week a gre
AFRAID TO EATI
_==-=-=:=-=== AFRAID TO EAT. WEALTHY DYSPEPTIC DIES OF STARVATION. An inquest was recently held upon a wealthy man who had died of starva- tion. He was a victim of digestive trouble and afraid to eat because of the pain which always followed. This tragic proof of the folly of dieting should servo as a warning to those of our readers who experience! pain and unpleasantness after eating. It should I bo remembered that indigestion, dys- pepsia, heartburn, flatulence and wind are usually but symptoms of excessive acidity and food fermentation. The acid retards digestion, turns the food sour and causes fermentation and wind. Obviously, therefore, it is acidity which is the root cause of practically all forms of digestive and sto'ma.ch trouble, and that is why physicians advise sufferers to take bisurated magnesia after meals. Bisuraced magnesia -is not a drug or a medicine but an antacid and food cor- rective which can be obtained locally from A. P. Newman. of 51. Thompson- street. and most other high-class chemist's everywhere. Half a toaspoon- ful taken In a little water aftor meals is sumcient to instantly neutralise acidity and prevent all possibility of the food fermenting, and if dyspeptics would only adopt this simple precau- tion they would soon find drug-taking and dieting unnecessary: bisurated magnesia would enable them to eat. hearty meals without fear of pain to follow.
INEW ORGAN AND RENOVATION I AT MICHAELSTONBLEPIT l
NEW ORGAN AND RENOVATION I AT MICHAE.LSTONB-LE-PIT. l On Tuesday evening last, in the q.uaint old Church of St. Michael's, Michaetlsibone-le-pit, a service of dedica- tiofn of a new organ, lamps, and has- socks, was hold, when there was a crowded congregation. The Rev. G. P. Turner, M.A., Rector of St. Augus- tine's, Penartih, preached an appro- priate (Sermon. The service was fol- lowed by an organ recital, given by Mr. Norman Kendrick, of Cardie, the soloists being Miss Blanche John, Dinas Powis (contralto), Mr. Gwilym Price, CardiN (tenor), and Mr. Talbot Thomas, Cardiff (bass). The organ is the gift of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Peacock, Orchardleigh, in memory of their son, Lestlie Gordon Peacock. The seven beautiful hanging lamps, in oxidised silver, were also the gift of Mr. and Mrs. Peacock and a few friends. The hassocks were given by Mrs. H. H. Wilson, The Coppice, Dinas Powis, who are all keenly inteTested in the welfare of this Church. The collection, amount- ing to Y,7 10s. 7d., was in aid of the restorta-ticn fund. The renovations were ca'rried out by Mr. John Britton and Messrs. Cram and Co., Dinas Powis.
I FOOTBALL. I Barry, three goals; Merthyr, nil. At Jenner Park, Barrv. Scorers, W. Pi ice (2), and Fred Sheldon.
M?EMOS UCHTK'M ? COUCH CURE ??? The Ideal family remedy. ? Contains ??? !:n opium, morphine, yp. a0re, gori.c. or ?j? o?her harmful drug. Cur<-s at a.H ages ?OUCHS.COLOS COUGHStCOLDS ?N Vpno's is the surp!'t a,nd Fpot't!' cure for tbe.W winter ills, (he r.t'!
THE NEED OF INDIVIDUAL ECONOMY
THE NEED OF INDIVIDUAL ECONOMY. \VAR EMERGENCY CAMPAIGN ATBARR.Y. A. scries of meetings in connection with the South Glamorgan Emergency Campaign, are being held in the town this week, and were commenced on Monday evening last, at Holton-road Schools, Barry Docks, Mr. J. Marshall, J.P. (chairman of the Barry District Council) presiding. The object of the meetings is to emphasise how best could each individual citizen help the Coun- try in her present urgent needs. There was a good attendance, the speakers being Mr. A. W. Hersee, London, and Mr. E. Black, Cardiff. In opening the meeting the Chairman said this was not a political meeting. It was a meeting to consider how each individual should practise economy. Be they Conservative, Liberal, or Labour, they should each do their best. "We must all know, he said, "that we are 'in the throes of a sisantic struggle aa for our national existence. It was' their duty to make it as comfortable for their lads at the Front as possible, and as hard as possible for eligible men to stay at home. (Cheers.) Mr. A. W. Hersee, addressing the meeting, sa.kl abouit fourteen months ago, Mr. Bonar Law told the people that they were fighting for their very existence, and, said the speaker, they had to be prepared. They would have to bear groat demands upon their re- sources. They had to help the Coun- try. The women had the hoav.iest bur- dens to bear, and the men should help the women to solve the difficulties which they had to contend with. They had all heard a great deal about munition and war workers neglecting their work. There was some truth in this. Every man who did not do his best to keep our men at the Front adequately supplied with munitions was unworthy of the name of Briton. (Cheers.) The house- wife had a chance to bring down the family expenditure. The Chancellor <* the Exchequer had said that the ex- penditure on drink alone was .B1 CO, 000,000. and if the mc=n only cut down the drink bill bv half, millions would be saved yearly. Mr. E. Black, addressing the meet- ing. said they were nghting for free- dom a.nd for liberty; and peace at the price of liberty would be worse thanj death itself. Every man who owned a motor-car for pleasure, he said, did harm to his country, inasmtich as he was preventing an able-bodied chauf- feur from joining the Forces. They had a democratic Government, but every man who wa.s waiting to be fetched was helping to make an auto- crat'! c Government. After the speakers had addressed the meeting, several questions were asked, i THE MEETINGS CONTINUED. Similar meetings to promote the spirit of patriotism, under the a'uspices of the War Emergency Campaign, were held, on Tuesday evening, at Hjanniah- street and Romilly-POtad .Schools, when the chairmen were CiouncilLor J. E. Lovers and Mr. J. C. Meggitft, J.P., and on Wednesday evening at C'adoxtou arLd Barry Island Schools, chairmen, Mr. Jones Tho'm'as, J.P., and Mr. W. Grah'am, J.P. The meetings will also be hald this evening (Thursday), at 7.30, at BLigh- stireet and St. Helen's Schools; and on Friday evening at Glad.sto:ne-road and Palmerston-road Schools, when the same speakers will give addresses.
PRINCE OF WALES NATIONAL RELIEF FUND
PRINCE OF WALES' NATIONAL RELIEF FUND. List of contributions received during the week ended October 20th: ? s. d. Amount's previously ac- £ s. d.1 knowledged .2,662 1 3 Barry Railway Co.— Y, s. d. Loco. Dept. 6 14 8 Engineer's Dept. 1 11 0 Tmf&c Dept. 119 Docks Dept. 062 Shipping Dept. 066 Elec. Dept. 049 Stores Dept. 0 1 0 ———— 10 410 Barry Pilots licensed under Ba'rry Pilotage Board 3 5 0 X2,675 11 1 LOCAL RELIEF FUND. £ s. d. A'mjounts previously ac- X s. d. knowledged 254 10 2 Barry RtaHwav Co.— 6. d. Traffic Dcpt. 2 3 Stores Dept. 1 1 —— 034 Mr. P. W. Sherlock 08 0 X265 1 6 Further contributions will be grafte- fully received, and m'ay be sent to the Chairman of tthe Council (Mr. J. Mar- shall), or to Mr. R. A.. Sprent, National Provinciiarl Bank, Barry Docks. BRITAIN'S NEED AND WOMAN'S OPPORTUNITY. Many discoveries have been made during the present terrible war. Per- haps the most important is this—that in modern warfare victory cannot be won by soldiers only, however brave and effective. It is essential that we should have .coal fo.r our Navy, and an unprecedented amount of munitions of war. Hence our coal miners, and our munition workers, have become public servants of the State, to be controlled for State purposes, just -as much as our soldiers and sailors. But modern war- fare requires also an enormous amount of money, and much of this must -be gained by saving. There arc three great spending departments in this country—the central government, loca.1 authorities, and homes. In all three thrift should be practised sedulously, and science and skill brought to bear on the problem. Women at present have .scarcely anything to do with the central government, very little with the local authorities, but everytMng to do with t-he homes. In the nine milMon homes of Great Britain women ha.ve to do practically all the speeding, and probably their most important work in the present grave crisis is to economise in their homes. We have been for a long time a rich nation, and many of the homes of Bri- tain have been very comfortable, but I no one outside England lias ever ac- cused us of thrift. There is little doubt that, without making our homes at all less healthy, or lessening the emciency of a single worker, we could so manage I our homes that we could invest largely in the war fund. Many smaLl sujns added together make a large sum, and it NN-,q,q roughly co
I AUTUMN CHEST PERILS
AUTUMN CHEST PERILS. UP-TO-DATE TREATMENT FOR COUGHS, COLDS, AND BRONCHITIS. Moat people have good reason to dread the arrival of Autumn with its chilly nighds, and damp, clammy air. There is not only the usual crop of bad colds, coughs, tender throats, or sore chesbs to contend with, but the danger of bronchitis, pleurisy, or pneumonia is also present to-day. Rreathe-able Peps, however, rob the weather of its terrors. Witih a box of Peps .always handy you may defy coughs, colds, and bronchitis even on the most chilly or changeable days. You take a Peps tablet Out of tihe silver jacket in which it is sealed, and place it on the tongue. As the tablet dissolves, powerful healing, strengthen- ing, and germ-destroying fumes arise, and are breached direct into the throat, bronchial tubes, and lungs. In this unique fashion the throat and chest are cleared of phlegm and other impurities; lurking germs of disease are destroyed; the membranes, injured and inflamed by incessant coughing, are soothed and healed, and .all the breathing passages strengthened and toned up. The useleesness of liquid remedies for lung troubles is obvious to all, since it is quitte impossible to swallow a liquid into the lungs. All liquids pass atrtaightt into the stomach, and most oJd- fashioned cough mixtures and cough cures are dangerously loaded with opium, chloral, morphia, and other narcotics and sedatives. Peps are en- tirely free from these drugs, and are safe alike for young and old. The Peps method of compressing a breatheable,med-icine into solid tablef form is the latest triumph of modern science. It realises the aim of many groat .specialists in throat and lung troubles. Pops are praised everywhere by people who have proved their wonder- ful power in oases of chronic cough, colds, bronchitis, asthma, innuonza, sore throat, old-age cough, bronchial asthma, dimcult breathing, tightness of the chest, laryngitis, chest weakness, factory and workshop coughs, chil- dren's coughs, wheeziness, and other throat and chest ailments.' Northern Front.
Acute Kidney i Disease Qcicit ReHef and Speedy Cnre byj Dr. CasseUs TaMets. < ). "I u to 8QfFer ?a.????%- fro'm frightful grind- ?j?J??????S'?j?WhL ing pain in the HnaJl of my back," aaya ?' 4 Br?*? \?s?UtSL ?\ Mrs. EUiott, of 6,
MORE APPEALS TO PUBLIC
MORE APPEALS TO PUBLIC. I "THERE IS MONEY ABOUT NOW." BARRY RELIEF COMMITTEE LESS THAN A QUORUM. A meeting of the Barry Local Belief Committee was held on Friday even- ing last, with Mr. J. Marshall, J.P. (chairman) presiding. The members present were Mr. R. A. Sprent, J.P., and Mr. S. R. Jones. DISTRESSING FATALITY. A letter was received from the sec- retary of the French Relief Fund, Pall -inlall, London, stating that the vessel, which was conveying 50 motor ambul- ances, the result of the recent French Flag Day, had been sunk by a German submarine: and appealing to the Coun- cil to open a. special fund in the town. Mr. T. B. Tordoif (the clerk) sug- gested sending personal letters. AL fr. H. A. Sprent favoured publish- ing an appeal in t
CONTRIBUTION. It was reporter that the total contri- but' ns from the district to the National ReJif'fF\llId \n'rB £2.262 Is 3d. Paid back to the town. 23.925. To the local ftmd. the sum of £2ó6 had been contributed, and there was a bftl- ance m hand of XS5 5&. lid.