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BARRY MAY SHOW COMMITTEE
BARRY MAY SHOW COM- MITTEE. AMALGAMATION OF LOCAL I CHARITIES: At a meeting of Barry May Show Committee on Thursday evening last at the Windsor Hotel, Barry Docks, Mr. R. W. Hall, M.R.C.V.S., in the chair, it was decided to convene a meeting in the Council Offices on November 29, to which representa- tives of the various charitable or- ganisations in the town will be invited, with a view to amalgamating the local charities in the town, and organising a special week for the benefit of them, thus obviating ithe efforts which are being made continually, and which are a constant drain on the public purse. I
BARRYCANADIAN SOLDIERS SEARCH FOR HIS PARENTS
BARRY-CANADIAN SOLDIER'S SEARCH FOR HIS PARENTS. Private E. Lewis, of the 14th Cana- dian Battalion-, has been wounded in action in France, and is now an in- mate of the Royal Infirmary, Liver- pool. He is anxious to know the whereabouts of his parents, who are, he believes, resident at Barry, or in the neighbourhood. Will the parents kindly communicate with their son, at the address given, or with the police authorities, Central Police Station, Barry Docks? Private Lewis has been in the Dominion for a number of years.
9S( f:í; J LR COUGH?? Soon-Relieves Chronic Cough and Frees the Breathing in Asthma The curative power of Veno's Light- ning Coiteh Cure is never more strikingly shown than in those hard, deep-seated coughs and wheezings from which go many old folks suffer. Veno's soothes at once, loosens the phlegm and relieves the breathing; and as it contains no narcotics it may be taken freely during attack. Jwarded Srand Prix and Sold lidal at the International Health Exhibition, Paris, 1010. VPT¡()' i" tite Safest and Surest Romedyfor Coughs. Colds, j 1 J Difficult Breathing, Lung Troubles. | I d, Whooping Cough, Nasal Ca arr 19 Blood Spittina. Bronohitis, '? Hoarseness, Asthma, A Bottle. Influenza. Larger sizes 1/3 & it-. The 3/- site is the mott economical. Of Chemists & Stores in all parts of the world. He/use substitutes. THE lEIO MVS Ci., Ltd., MMCHESTER.
BIBLICAL AND MISSIONARYI EXHIBITION AT BARRY DOCKS
BIBLICAL AND MISSIONARY I EXHIBITION AT BARRY DOCKS. A Biblical and Missionary Exhibi- tion, with the object of educating and inspiring the young in missionary and Sunday school work, under the auspices of Tabernacle Welsh Con- gregational Church, Holton-road, Barry Docks, is being held this week, open daily from 3 to 9 p.m. Curios are on view and missionary addresses delivered. Lantern lectures are being given each evening at 7.30, in Wes- ley Hall. Demonstration Sunday School lessons will be given this even- ing (Thursday), and Friday, at 5.45, by Miss Spriggs, of the Sunday School Union. Admission Exhibi- tion, adults 5d., children 3d; Lec- tures, adults 3d., children 2d. All Sun- day scholars and teachers are invited to attend at the Tabernacle at 3.30 p.m. next Sunday, when Mr. H. W. Cotton, of London Missionary Soci- ety, will give an address and on Sun- day week, when an address will be Hplivprpfl hir thp Rp\r R nhprt ririfflth 'II' '8. J '1..1. y..& "& '<8" .1.&1. L.M.S., formerly missionary at Mada- gasgar. Mr. D. Arthur Evans, 15, Somerset-road, Barry, is the hon. secretary of the movement. The whole object is to inspire the young in missionary and Sunday School work. The President of the Exhibi- tion is Alderman T. W. David, J.P., Rev. Ben Evans being chairman, and Miss M. E. Meredith, treasurer. The official opening of the Exhibi- tion took place on Monday aftenoon by County Alderman T. W. David, J.P., Ely Rise, the president, who, in a happy and appropriate speech, said it had been contended that the present greait war proved that Chris- tianity was a failure. This was not true, for it was in consequence of those nations, professing Christianity, who were responsible for the war, having abandoned the great prin- ciples of Christianity, and had set up a doctrine that might was right," that the necessity for the war had arisen. (Hear, heir.) The greatness of Britain, Alderman David said, had been built upon the noble sacrifices of missionaries, and it was only natural that Great Britain should in return be the principle source of the missionary effort to evangelise the world. (Cheers.) Alderman David congratulated the promoters upon the successful inauguration of the Exhibi- tion, and expressed the hope that the Exhibition would prove Ito be sue- cessful. (Cheers.) Formal operings of tHe Exhibition will continue daily, and there are; demonstration lessons, talks on Sun- day school methods, addresses to the children, descriptive essay competi- tions, and other attractions, the Exhi- bition being largely attended.
ORGAN RECITAL AT TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN CHyRCH
ORGAN RECITAL AT TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN CHyRCH. An Organ Recital will be given at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Barry, on Sunday next, at eight p.m. by Mr. D. G. Jones, with solos by Miss Williams, Peterston (soprano), and Mr. D. Miles, Barry (bass). Major Edgar Jones, R.E., will prlside. A silver collection will be made for Christmas gifts for sailors and soldiers.
THE STORY OF A WOMANS GRATITUDE
THE STORY OF A WOMAN'S GRATITUDE. I HAVE NO SIGNS OF BACK- ACHE NOW." Mrs. G. Marshall, of 3, Florence- place, New Clifton-road, Sparkbrook,. Birmingham, wrote us just twelve months ago as follows:- Two weeks ago I sent for a trial box of Baker's Backache Pellets. After I had taken these I got a box from Boots'. They are truly wonder- ful. My pains are all gone after twelve months' torture. I shall recom- mend them to all who suffer. U She now writes I can assure you I have not needed any more pills since I took Baker's Backache Pellets a year ago. I have no signs of backache now. I have recommended Baker's Backache Pellets to several sufferers, as I cannot speak too highly of them." It is no exaggeration to say that Baker's Backache Pellets are of priceless worth to women workers. They are a speedy and positive cure in I all cases of Backache, Lumbago, Sciatica, Gravel, Dizziness, Rheuma- tism, and all kidney troubles. They give ease and happiness, even when all other remedies have failed. Baker's Backache Pellets are the people's remedy, and cost only Is. 3d, per box. A British medicine for British men and women. Get a box to-day from one of Boots' 555 branches, Taylor's Drug Co., or any chemist, or direct in plain wrapper per return post from Baker's Medicine Co., Ltd., 1, Southampton-row, Lon- don, W.C. Trial box sent free on receipt of penny stamp to cover postage.
ARTIFICIAL FLORAL EXHIBITION AT BARRY
ARTIFICIAL FLORAL EXHIBI- TION AT BARRY. An eight days' Artificial Floral/Ex- hibition in connection with. John Groom's Crippleage and Flower Girls' Mission was opened at the Masonic? Hall, Barry, on Friday afternoon last. The Mission was founded many years ago by Mr. John A. Groom with the object of enabling crippled and blind girls to be taken care of and taught the trade of artificial lfower making. At the present time the Crippleage has some 300 girls under its care, who have been received from; all. parts of the Kingdom without votes, influence, or payment. To adequately describe the beautiful aspect of the hall is well-nigh impos- sible. If the flowers made by the blind and crippled girls were as fra- grant as they are beautiful tll form and colour one might imagine oneself in a luxurious bower .radiant with blos- soms. The opening ceremony was per- formed by Mrs. Oliver Jones, Fonmon Castle. The Rev,. J. S. Longdon, M.A., in the absence of Major-General H. H. Lee, owing to illness, presided, and the large company present filled the hall. After the j^roceediaags had been opened with prayer by the Rector ol Barry (the Rev. T. W. Welch), the Chairman and Mr. Alfred Groom, the son of the founder" described the ex- cellent work of the Mission. Mrs. Oliver Jones, in a few well- chosen words, declared the Exhibition open. She had been interested in- the work of the Mission for very many years, and trusted that everyone in Barry would visit the Exhibition and buy some of the flowers. A crippled girl then came on tne platform, and, amidst applause, pre- sented Mrs. Oliver Jones with a beau- tiful bouquet of roses. A vote of thanks to Mrs. Oliver Jones and the Chairman was proposed by the Rev. Christmas J. Lewis, seconded by the Rev. J. Mydyr Evans. The ceremony terminated with the National Anthem. The founder and council of the In- stitution, and Mr. and Mrs. William B. Drummond, desire, through the medium of our columns, to sincerely thank the ladies and their friends who presided at the stalls during the Ex- hibition. An orchestra renders selec- tions each afternoon and evening, ar- ranged by Miss Gwen Davies. Tne Exhibition closes on Saturday, at 9 p.m, .Ù:22.z;r-
SALE OF V ALU ABE PROPERTY AT CADOXTONBARRY
SALE OF V ALU ABE PROPERTY; AT CADOXTON-BARRY. A sale of valuable business and other properties, took place at Cadox- ton-Barry on> Thursday evening last by Mr. Wr..Thomas, auctioneer. No. 89, Main-street, Cadoxton» comprisin g4 well-built old-established shop and premises, let at £30 per. annum, feeld: for- a term of 98 years from Juna;,1886v at the annual ground rent of £ 3; was sold for 2400 to Coun- cillor Di,, Lloyd, the occupier of the premises. No. 25, Main-street, let at 8/- per week, inclusive, held for 999 years, from Ma3, 18M, at an annual ground I rent the purchaser was Mr. J. Pearce, the tenant, at £ 130. No.. 27, Main-street, let at 7/- per week inclusive, held for 999 years, from May,, 1886, at a ground rent of £ 2/2)- was sold to Mr. D. Griffiths, Victoria Park, for J3127 10/ No. 29^ Main-street, conditions the same as No. 27, was bought by Mr. D. Thomas, Bovil Farm, for £ 127/10/ No. 31, Main-street, same condi- tions as, the two previous lots, was sold to Mr. W. Palmer for JB150. No. 33, Main-street, same condi- tions as last three lots, bought by Mr. H. Hawtin at £ 130. No. 35, Main-street, shop and premises.let at 8/- per week, held for 999 years from May, 1886, at a ground rent of £ 2/2/- a year, the purchaser was Mr. J. Howells, painter, for JS135. Messrs Watkins and Co., Ponty- pool, were solicitors to the vendors.
RHEUMATISM—KIDNEY TROUBLE. Rheumatism is due to uric acid crystals in the joints and muscles, the result of ex- cessive uric acid-which is also the cause of backache, lumbago, sciatica, gout, urinary trouble, stone, gravel, dropsy. Estora Tab- lets, a thoroughly harmless. specific based on modern medical science,, are the success- ful treatment, and have cured numberless obstinate cases, which accounts for them superseding out-of-date medicines. Women frequently suffer from ills, aches, and pains, under the impression that they are victims of ailments common to their sex, but more often than not it is due to the kidneys, and in such cases Estora Tab- lets will set them right t Estora Tablets-an honest remedy at an honest price, 1/3 per box of 40 tablets, or six boxes for 6/9. All chemists, or postage free from Estora Co., 132, Charing Cross Road, London, W.C.-Barry Agents, W. T. Hicks aad Co., 48, Holtoit-road.
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SUCCESSFUL BARRY WAR SAVINGS CONCERT
SUCCESSFUL BARRY WAR SAVINGS CONCERT. BARRY HAS SO FAR DONE I SPLENDIDLY. The first of a series of free concerts, organised by the Barry War Savings Committee, was held in the Wesley Hall, Barry Docks, on Friday even- ing last. the building was crowded, Councillor J. E. Levers, J.P., chair- man of the Barry Central War Sav- ings Association, presided. An attractive musical programme was provided by the Barry Male* Voice Choir, and Miss Alice Lewis (soprano). Miss Gladys Rees (con- tralto), Messrs. J. Dalton (tenor), W. G. Powell and Arthur Griffiths (bari- tone), and Master Jack Clode (vio- linist), all being warmly encored for an excellent programme. During the interval Mr. H. Robert Topping, the hon. secretary of the Barry Central War Savings Com- mittee, appealed to the audience to commence or extend their war sav- ings accounts. The war loan was one of the most successful things of the war. The Government was in need of money, and it was in the interests of the people to supply that money, rather than get it from the United States. Barry had done splendidly in the matter of war sav- ings. In the schools at Barry, £ 7,000 had been contributed, headed by Gladstone-road Boys' with over £ 1,000, and Holton-road Girls' with a thousand certificates. He earnestly oleaded that members of associations should not draw upon their invest- ments for the purpose of buying Christmas gifts, etc. Mr. Topping thanked the Choir and artistes, and was warmingly applauded for his address.
REV T EYNON DAVIES TO LECTURE AT BARRY DOCKS I
REV. T. EYNON DAVIES TO LECTURE AT BARRY DOCKS. The Rev. T. Eynon Davies, Lon- don, the general secretary of the British and Foreign Sailors' Society, will deliver his popular lecture on The Possibilities under a Shabby Coat," at Tabernacle Welsh Congre- gational Chapel, Barry Docks, on Monday evening next, at 7.30. Mr. W. Jones Thomas, J.P., will preside. The proceeds will be in aid of the cen- tenary fund of the British and Foreign Sailors' Society, which has rendered invaluable assistance to seamen during the war. Admission to the lecture, 6d.; reserved seats, 1/