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THE BURBERRY nsurcs comfort and security ir .ï.Ç; every kind of weather. LAND ANI WATER." W J?f?r? Burberry ??????&??A ? ? ￼ 41 car??? ?M???????????? )????N!r\ it Wha i ever you have in v e?, if it's out-o' j KEN'S RAINCOATS district. MEN'S D.B. OVERCOATS ?tEr?S? IN THE NEWEST SHADES READY TO WEAR Bf jB All the latest styles j M "?- j B ￼ ?? ￼ "? ??"?? ? mSS™ I ? ? the newest and nav^l peIk oIps, b^ats. ly/9, ~/6' 11, BOYS-M?ARY | 1/G*' 2/9' ) smartest M.Lerials. 1/9, 2/6.101"il. ]2/11. COATS 10/11 12/11, r UQ. Holton, Rd., Barry Docks 1 RACE BURBERRY Safeguards hfahh as as com f ort." r ￼ .ITil ec)mfort make it essential that a \\«at-lterproof give efficient security when the weather is at its wort, but at the same tune it must be hygiene protection, or the cure is' werse than the ill. THE proves a reliable safeguard against rain, wind or cold, vet is healthful and comfcrt- aUpat:.?ti:?.b'<"r??citi?atrylighta!d able at I ,!I tI ,?;c?,; ￼ Weather-resisting coats, r.rcHjfed ?i?? ruooer, or liD?I ?:L;: oiled-si'k. keep out fnth wet and air, but in 07,.t l,ntll WV4- incurred of j»ernn>r.enilv nitp??cd health owing to the enervs? i :r"g iic.it engt udcrecl Dy these 'air-tight fabrie-. For Health's, as as Comfort's sake, is wiser to always wear THE BUBDEHRY n's j or all 13>ii ljt i'i ij (• i'litCiit*. 1). C. JONES & Co. J-r" j. tJ .L.cJD o. TEL. 2^0 BAHHY. |M
SATCRDAT EVENXNG FIRE IN BARRY IK K SHOP
SATCRDAT E-VENXNG FIRE IN BARRY I)(K K SHOP. in thick volume scoiv is- ?nng from bn.smes'? premises in Ho]- ?ve?i)? l?tt. Pel Lee In?ctur R. IL ?)}b?oa?, Bar? IM? on ??u-dar ?oin.as was in t.? vicmitv, and after' ?ma'bmg a searct, the seat of .th?
I BRITISH SOLDIERS REIARKj ARLE ENDURANCE I
I ? BRITISH SOLDIER'S RE?IARK- j ARLE ENDURANCE. ,I- -—— | Scream. H. Bryn<\ of th?.??th (? Rtyal 'Engineers, teJls a remark- ?le s?ry. He suf?d fnmi ex- ^ci^ atin-g -pains in the bac? due to ???y ?-?bic. At. 1? be got so bad t!iM he-was ?bli?d to go into hos- P-'rai \viie]?. i)c lay m (?nsta.ni pain for 42 days He now writes: I I IUt-o ti'^ b
IIHATH OF 1 nJ H THOMVS DIN AS 0r is I
IHATH OF \1 n..J. H. THO-M.-VS. DIN AS [»0\r is. I )l r' :jolni ?y.?h.Tb?.s. an .?f I ?" '?-?"?? <'ar?ir ?ck?mn. died! .<,i'.t\n??v!as?('?.:?c[?ccatD;n? I Powi- ??scd \v.-?'n-c]??
BARRY TOWN BAND CONXERT
BARRY TOWN BAND CONX'ERT. I GREAT EVENING AT THE I I THEATRE ROYAL. I The conceiM in aid of the funds of the Barry Tovrii Band, at the Theatre Royal, o,n Stwday evening last, was -a success in rcspect, me "numerous gatheiring of townsfolk "Leing delighted with the excellent musical programme^ Counéfilor C. B. Griffiths, J.P., who occupied the chair, init-reducing the Band, said tne cause was a deserving one. 1\1f1111v of the members -were süry- ing with the Colours, and the Band had raised over £100 for Prisoners' of War Fund during the past fifteen I ii o I I. The concert opened v. nh the Band, whi("t1 played in masterly fashion the I march, "WaRhiington Greys." Next came a solo by Miss 'Oissie Francis, eisteddfod winner fCardiff), who ren- dered "Comfort." in soft dulcet tones, which gave feeling expression t.o rill flie pathos in the song. U'r. Phil John. Barry Docks, was deservingly ap- ¡ plauded for a splerulid cello solo. loved voii more than I knew." Miss Mabel Denisis. of the Opera Company, who is an especial favourite at Barry, received a great ovation, and her rich mellow voice was heard to tht best advantage in the song, "Angus Mae'Donald." She was vociferously encoded, apd in ro>]nxiese she gave the' beautiful recitative Whte-fl \v?s a?:o \?U received. Thc? Ban'd n)n d cr the amducto.rsj:iip. gf r r A. T?oma?. f?owcd \it1?a??t!fi1T rendi?un oT. "A Variety Shmv." Mr. L. Po?r']] Evans, gohJ mcda?ipt (Car- d ifn. -mug- in great style the favourite swig. blow, tlion wmtry 1 1 I' J l' 1 J L \VlfH; 7rhe pathetic so lo. "Goodbye. •was given in a most efiect've manner Hv Mr. J. ITerlx m on his cornet. well-known duet wnat of the night." rendered v\- th tterfeef effe<'t bv y.i-- Francis and. A"r yrfes nénnl" thrilled the audience with ;1 o'lvarming rendering of with Me." One of the most delightful. pieo(*i --if the evening was "The Air Paid." a descriptive fn.nia-sia. ren- dered bv the B-md. A enjovable concert concluded the y.f;,Von! Anthem, played by the Band, praise for the success of the con- cert is due to (he secretaries. Vr. n. No.lbouhl and Mr. H- R. Eh v, who v'orlcod with inuirinc: efforts Ie: ensure (| ieo desired. rc«ult. Thoilk< are due to ?.hr' ?'o.r"' h, and manri^or of the TI,('t J" for the use et' ihr- buil'i.lmff f<»r Ti" 'h'? f?r th" ??' ?t ih" S?uh?n.i' f?' fh? t.rns!on'. ?
BARRY EDUCATION AUTHORITY i
BARRY EDUCATION AUTHORITY. i SYMPATHY WITH THE I OF THE LATE MR 0. H. JONES, j The first monthly meeting of the i Baary Educatiion Aatliority for the New Year was held on Thursday evening last. Councillor J. Marshall was in i the chair, and the members in attend- ance ??yor?? Messrs. C, B. Griffiths, J.P., J. E. Levers. G. Warelvasm, D. L!ov
IV1ITIrQTv NEW BARin INDUSTRY j I
:V'" 1' \I)}\' T\I)r'Q"T}"v NEW BAR,in' INDUSTRY. j I —— I A new industry ;s being saaned in; the Barry /liVf»f*ret will plaeeoJl I th? market n reaity wonderful h?'sc- hc?firnrtfii?. which w?Jh?ndtc?'L?I-? ate the acute shortage of household eo-ai. Th" new fud has bwn proved to p
BARRY PUBLIC FINANCE COMMITTEE
BARRY PUBLIC FINANCE COMMITTEE. L.G.B. WILL NOT SANCTION MUNICIPAL COAL DEPOT. — ■ « The Finance Committee of t¡1w Barrv Urban District CorunCAil Yield rnolflthly meeting on Thursday evening last. Mr. Jaimes Jones presuling. There were present. Messrs,. C. B. Grif- fiths, J.P.. D. Lloyd, J. E. Lever*. Warehain, and F. C. M'ilner. RATE COLLECTIONS. ) Mr. J. Jenkins, the supr?rinteaitient collector, repeated that the coLIoc??ns i'? Ir th? ])"A!. t ")I ?2.8(;('! ?. 2&. I PRINTING OF. THE VOTERS' j TT0m A letter \a,s received from ?he' See- j LlOi. I I!Telt]-y. of the Urban District O)uncj- S j Association snggeJtlÙg that th.e regis- j !-t?r of voters should not be glinted an- nutally. iicot, '(?c?fni?c t!; ask the Local Government! Board t", agree to thk. ) Agreed da Printing contracts were allowed to Uvmtiniiie under existing firnangemei-tt-#. THE BED CROSS HOSPITAL. Mr. F. P. Jones-Lloyd, solicitor, the | hou..secretary of the Barry Red Cross j Society-and Hospital, wrote intimating? 1:tH3!t. ).!r. T. W. Lewis had bwn ap- 1 pointed auditor of the accounts of the! r pfepuSED COAL DEPOT. I I 1 in repiy to tiie application ot rne; Comm ittee, the Local Government Board stated thai the District Council had-no power to este.blish'e. Coal depot; at Barrv. Mr. C. ) j' t. 1 iiooi g h!.?'. _,II'. U. h. (¡rJ ]It 1< rll\,ugli ,0. REtUSTRATIGN AND TRJBFNAL j EXPENSES. A let.U'r was als.o received from the j Board intimating j that tihey had been autliori^'d t.1 pay: the Committee's daitn ot costs m con-, ucction with the work ot National Re-1 i O gistratio.u, at the r.'? ot ?.? per ?'? pÜDsons.. The Cloik Air. T. n.Tord.'?.who i,? als? clerk to tlie Barry Local Tribu- 'n?.?? h? tha-t he had made up the aceou-ar> or expenses incurred at, t.lw Tri'itiinal meetings during the pa,st five iti.f,edl)s. wheai 334 cases were hearth The tncp' enses account a.rr>t>imted to f J l.s. It was decided to appiv ior Lll:" aiaount. OFFICIALS" SALARY.
BARRY RED CROSS SOLDIERS ENTERTAINED BY VAD
BARRY RED CROSS SOLDIERS ENTERTAINED BY V.A. D". At Ilolton-road Sc.ho"*l on Wednesday* ievening the wounded soldiers from the Red Crass Hospital were entertained by I the local Y.A.D.'s at an enjoyable; j social. After a whist drive, refresh- monts were supplied, and a dance fDJ- howed. the entertainment being ;thoroughly appreciat
BONING. EXHILARATING BOXING AT BARRY. -1 Therú was a, large com pan > at i-ut Bttrrv P«>xn"!g Suidium >ai Sat-urday D'. x n' i eveniiiff last. The chief attraction was a fitt'j'in-roilrid coibh^^t liot*w
1 For Men an Training S ? Here is a splendid hint for men in training keep a small. bottle of Sloan's Liniment handy to relieve stiffness and soreness m and to stop pain instantly in cases of bruises or sprains. L??d ? on l?htiy—no need to rub it in-Sloan's Liniment eases the 5m « muscles and drives away all feeling of stiffness a? once ? SS?i?O?AARIJ? S IyMW?T?MMfE?NM-IT? ?—? S JK KILLS PAIN. # 5H ? ? KtLLS PA!M. ? ?-Jf 5 wr Pte. W. R. L. W?tkins. ?75 2/7 Wels'; Regiment (Cyciistsi v w rstes ;—!n civilian lle I am an and Handeut-f King, a,a? at that time I found Si?ns Lhti'neru ia?Inabu ?))??/? ?? t H"? rei??eviiig stiffness and sorpness, kr a? you are no doubt ￼ S SB?/?BaF aware, men of my profession are tied up in all sorts of < ?? posmons. ?t has also been a boon to me since bemg in JEN??????P? NK f tt it ha..Is. ieeii a bo o ntor'le s'nce being in tphe ?-ny, aid during a long cycle rideofnez,Tlv 400 miles ? ? the M'my. and during & iong cycle ride ne&r!v 400 miles ?"?i???jt??A RkR which my battalion has just concluded, I derived great J ^BSBu Sloan'" L' niment ki1is pain of every kind and ???N?? specially recommended as a quick remedy for .fC????NNP? ? ??tt ￼ Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbago, Sprains. ?S?SS?BE???