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??< A SPEC!AL FREE WEONKC ? ?????i ?'?at?NBB??!L\h]M\ Before you buy the Ring, remember that H. Samuels colossal sales enaMe ? tHtMt?inHaH- ?? ? ? ??? ?'PN???BHB??H??tU?M? him to give the best value anywhere obtainable. H. Samuel is now presenting ty marked 22-ct. ?. ? \? S pe 'i.I Free Gift Solid Gold. Sol ￼ ??NB??S TO ?LL ? MEM JOtMiMS OR W!TH THE COLOURS ??? ??X ? -?BBEk\?B???< who purchase one of his famous "Lucky "Wedding Rings. World-renowned H ?' ?"? ? ? ? y f e y ? \'?? ?????M?H??\? for purity, value, superb nnish and lasting wear. Latest Court Styles. Private up",ards, witli a "?A \? ??MUa???taeIectingroom. WEDD!!tSPM8EMT8 in enormous variety at next to Factory ?"?"some\d? ???H ? r?*" Pjice& ding Gift Free I ?? ? ? U??mM?M 7, ST. MARY STRELT, CARDIFF \BKc.A!. 0? ? ? ?r-? ??. ??M.S?MUEL AND ?AT 6. QUEEN STREET. ????10/Sy\\ ?? i!)Mt))t??_- *??? (M?fcA*M ROA Furniture Carefatly Removed. Vaoa of all aizea kept. By Hour or Contract. Light and Heavy Hauling done at Moderate Prices. Eatimatea Free. POSTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES Estimates Free. David PAULETT. Coal Merchant. Court-road, CADOXTON-BARRY. OiBces—STATION YARD & MARKET MEW8, CADOXTON. Telephone lo. 349 Suitable Lrggage CMtt kept for Commercta! etc. Weddiaga a Speciality. Grey HorMakept. Bedsteads & Bedding for the Million!! BEVAN & COMPANY LID. Registered as 'THE CARDIFF FURNISHERS." liold iyiil,,o!t c. ceptioll by far the Largest selection of Brass, Iron, and Wood Bedsteads, Beldiiit L-, Carpets; Pianofortes, Organs, and Furniture of every description in the Principality PIANOS & ORGANS At from 7/6 per Month, and at prices very far below those of usual Music Warehouses Rock bottom prices for thoroughly reliable goods. Catalogues Gratis. Delivery free up to 200 miles. Bevan & Company NEAR EMPIRE, & 87, ST. MARY STREET CARDIFF; Also Swansea, Pontypridd, Newport, &c. WHARTON-STREET SALEROOMS CARDIFF. mR. A. SETCHFIELD will BELL by AUCTION on THURSDAY NEXT a Large Assemblage of Superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. removed for convenience of Sale, comprisina Dining and Drawing-room Suites, 2 excellent PianetorteBl Walnut Sideboards and Over- mantels, Dinicgand Occasional Tables, Wal- oat and O&k Htdlst&nds, OlockB, Bronzea. re& and Dinner Services, Carpets and Rugs, Onrbs and Brtsaes, 6 Bedroom Suites m various woods, AU-BrMS and other Bed- tteads, W;-e and Wool Overlays, Chests of Drawers, "Aashstands, Tables, Toiler Ware, Ac., Ac. R*Ae at N o'clock share. No r&sarv
I BARRY pIIr COUHT
I BARRY p'IIr' COUHT. I Fi.:iD. 1 B< r- y. \V. '¡' ;n' ¡¡[hI Mr. J. j ;,larshall. ki t SEQUEL TO A HiT OF A TUSSLE. I Two burly men, Fred Williams, a rigger, and Rees Baldwin, a tipper, were charged with causing an obstruc- tion by nghting. When asked bv the. Clerk -'Mr. J. W\ Morris) whether they were guilty, Wil- liams sadd: ''It was only a bit of a I tussle. Poliee-sergea-nt Protheroe gave evi- dence that he saw a largo crowd in Castleland-street on Monday, the 1st in- stant. He saw the two' defendants nghting. do spoke to them. and or- dered them to go home.' Both were bleeding from the mouth. Baldwin: We were just having a few words over the work: and just showed one another about. Williams: We are the best of friends. Inspector Thomas said Baldwin had been a teetotaller for eight vears. Mr. Travis: We do not wish to deal harshly with you, as It is vour first offence. You will be cautioned. DEPOSITS FORFEITED. lJavld I-etersoli and Frank Henrick- son. seamen. forfeited d(,i)osits of in/- on charts of being drunk and orderly. HUSBAND AND WIFE DIALOGUE. An old lady named Jane Smith sum- moned her husband, Thomas Smith, for maintenance arrears. Complainant said her husband owed her £8 os. under an order made on D(venib,-r 19th, ]913. Defendant said he had not been able to pay his wife anyth:n.2: because he could not get work. The (-'I(,rk !'t,,) your husband do any work? Compla.ijtant: He is .in regular work. Defendant: I am not. Complainant: Yes, you are: vou are in regular employriielit.. -Ifr. Marshall: 'What is his work? Defendant: Night watchman. Complainant: And day. The Clerk: When did your husband pay you last? Complainant: He paid me 10/- a fortnight ago. The Clerk: How much has he paid you since last June ? Witness: Twenty-five shiUings. Defendant: I cannot get work gentle- men. There are watchmen at the docks who have been at it for years, and they have been out of employment for six teen week-s. Mr. Travis: We shall send you to prison for twenty-one days. but will suspend comniit. m eiit for twenty-one days to see what you can do. I MONDAY. IP)Ief(-)i-(, H. U. Lee and -)fr. D. T. Alexander. CAPTAIN HEAVILY FIXED. Santo Bassell. master of tlie steamer Levantine. charged with breach of the Defence of the Realm regulations. Mr. L. H. A. Pratt (Pratt. Lloyd. and Pratt, solicitors, Cn rdifn. ap- peared for the defence. Commander Edward Xieholl. R.X.. said the offence consisted i)f tll(, defen- dant not stopping his ship \l}('!J called upon to do so, and proceeding between two examination boats, which were flying tJw flags ;:r. which meant ''stop Jmmpdiatch' The Levantine. was boarded, and the captain arrested. and brought to Hie fort. Defendant had been 'j a r the Police (oin't before. and had been up the channel before, Thomas Hall. emplc.yed on one of tlw: patrol boats, said defendant was about a mile below the prohibited Jine. I)v -Arr. Pratt. wit-! the weather conditions were very bad. The boat had anchored otfj Lightshi!' when first sighted. V'tness did not sr'r the Levantine weigli an'-hor. Lic)1,lt.\ H)(\rt R.X.R. en-i .O') g:; ,¡J on one of fh Pi! trn l boa tc:" \a I bv ? Pratt. r. r'onimander Xich"lL howe\'('r. pro- !«.t"d when 'fl'. Pratt asked Fisher how m:inv s hots were nred fro.))' the f.'rt. tr ])ad. (\)mman I der said. n" connection with ''ase whatever. '¡ ).fr. Pratt \dl¡\r ¡'U';1' H!t h:!d 1Q¡.q¡ the cast-? r ¡'. Pr,¡fr ¡"t'p] i('rl that ¡llwt}wr bnat had on as many times asi Commander That 3, tntalh- yonr \vm'ships. irj-. P)-att s') hTJ).itted th;tr no ¡ IJfor- ma.Hm)of f 11(\ r(>gn giYf'n to nnt1'l)) boat ]md passed on. the captain rallv thonsht lw \vas at 1ih('1'ty t" (.(Y\¡J ft) Ih!ï' an int<'rpr't" Rns.p] d< )i]pd :111 kl1:)¡',l:'dF!" Ilf In rh<- rase for the d< fei, co. )'fr. )rntt :èli¡l he hopod the n('ll \uld¡] takü int
KNOCKOUTS AT BARRY
KNOCK-OUTS AT BARRY. In a ten-round contest at Sullivan' ,.R Pavilion, Barry Docks, last Saturday night, Lance-corporal Rees, Weti'-h Regiment, knocked out Joe Gams, a coloured Cardiff boxer, in the eighth round. Rep's scored well in almost every round. Cans, however, showed remarkable agility. In the eighth round. Rees drove a right to his oppo- nent's ear, putting Can's down and OMt in a neutral corner. The next center, between Fred Jenkins and George Eva.ns, both of Barry Docks, ended j fl the third round. Jenkins got in a right which put Evans down for eight. a.nd on the latter rising connected hi": right with Evan's jaw, bringing mat- ters ..to a. speedy conclus-ion. Evans was clearly nervous, else the reml; would have been different. Xt'-xt week Gunner Towhill a'n.j! Fred Spcnce will box the best of s '-x round s.
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BARRY GRAVING DOCK COMPANY
BARRY GRAVING DOCK COMPANY. The a.nnuai meeting of ihe Barry Craving Dock mid Engineering tmn- pany (Limited) was held at Cardiff o i Friday last, Mr. R. Thompson presid- ing. The report for the year c'ndcd September 3(Mi, W.1S ad(*pt-e,! This showed tha: after the pin'- to the value i' £1.000 and providing £2,520 for ii- teres.t un debentures the pro-Hts amounted to ;t23.,141 8s. lid. To this mlLt be added Hie b-,ila!iiee. brougha forward, -129.333 Os. d. leaving ei-i,(Iit ,t,-)2.774 9s. 4d. nie diredor ;1 inaJ di\idend and bonu.s, ma-king H per cent. for the year û'I the .n-dinary shares, and that £7.500 be carried to the cont.iiigeQcy a.-tnllnt.I('¡\ \'ing t\1 ('H'J.V f(}n\8:rd £:19:R I 4 K.s. }d: