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lIN AID OF LOCAL DISABLED ISOLDIERS AND SAILORS
l IN AID OF LOCAL DISABLED SOLDIERS AND SAILORS., GRAXD OPIvX-AI i' COXCKHT AT I, I" l'J BARRY. In aid of the I
BRITISH SAILOR HEROES BURIED IN NORWAY
BRITISH SAILOR HEROES BURIED IN NORWAY. BARRY LADLES WITNESS rrOCCH- ING SCENE. Writing home from Farsund. Nor- way. to their mother, at Barry Docks. two Barry young ladies, referring to the recent Naval fight in the North Sea. say that on Saturday last, ten bodies of English and German sailors were washed ashore and buried at Far- sund. All the flags were Hying at half- (' mast, and church bells tolling. We thought, we would like to see our countrymen being buried, it was a very sad sight, and we could not help crying when our boys were being laid to rest ?) far from home. I'erhaps wo were stnnding 111'<.1 r the hl!d. of some! poor sailor whom we knew. There was a large number of people present in the cemetery, and the majority had taken flowers. There was a wreath on every coffin, and inscribed on a piece of white ribbunattnclwd was From Norwegian Marines." t The, coffiti, were laid in a row, with small ground s pace between the two Nationalities. There were many Norwegian bluejackets, with their offi- cers, and several civilian gentlemen around the graves. Some men carried flags. Men. holding the British. Ger- man, and the Sailors' Society flags stood on one side of the graves, and the Norwegian flag, which was draped in black, was on the other. Each time a coffin was lowered the Norwegian flag was dipped. They gave our boys a nice burial. Before we left the ceme- tery, two admirals came up and shook hands with us. and one said. When you go back to England, tell rhem over there we did our best.'
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Sf) L i) IER S. As the advantages of the scheme for sending parcel to soldiers, on active service abroad, are becoming more generally known, advantage is being taken of it by a large number of rela- tives and friends of men serving. Lnder this scheme the parcels are made up in bales, and are sent to the ()f each unit, who ditrjbutes them to the men to whom they are addressed. Parcels of any weight can be sent, and the cost is only 4ri. for Tibs., and Id. for eac.li j addhion;)] pcuml. 'On Tuesday, JJ parcels wore accepted, and having been made lip into 12 bales were despatched on Wednesday morning. As a general rule, where two parcels are received for the same unit, they can bo made up into a bale and despatched. It is. therefore, in the interest of those de- sirous of taking advantage of this scheme that they should endeavour to ascertain other residents in Barry in- terested in men in the same units, anil make the scheme known to iheni. Oil Tuesday many, of those w ho were send- ing parcels tor the second or third time, Raid they had hoard from their rela- tives and friends at the front that the previous parcels had been received in good order, and acknowledgments of t he bel ks have been received from some of the commanding officers. Full par- ticulars can he obtained from the Depot..28. Dock View-road, ifarrv Docks.
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BARRY DISTRICT NURSING II ASSOCIATION
BARRY DISTRICT NURSING II ASSOCIATION. A meetinc of the Exectitivt) of the Barry at id District Nursing Association was held on Wednesday evening last at t h V icto ria Nurses Institute. The members present were Colonel J. A. Hughes', C.B. (in the cliair), Mrs. J. H. Llewellyn, Mr John Davies (secretary), and Mr J. A. Kelly. The Matron (Miss A. Tyson) reported that for May new cases nursed were 40, number of cases on books 73, total cases nrrsed 122, visits by nurses 1,506, includ- ing parish visits 117. The report for June showed 51 appli- cations received, nurses visits to 121 cases 1,510, an average of 12 visits per patient, remaining on books 7. Miss Cranmer was appointed on the nursing staff in place of Miss Yellow deceased.
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TO OUR READERS. I RESTRICTION ON THE USE OF PAPER. Owing to the impending severe Gov- ernment restriction on the use of paper, the publishers of the "Barry Dock News" are compelled in order to mini- mise waste, to reduce very considerably the number of papers sent to agents "on sale or return" to meet the demand of casual purchasers. It will be necessary, therefore, that readers who have not already done so should give an order to the-ir news- agent to deliver or reserve for them every week a copy of the "Barry Dock News."
Hoiton-road Baptist Churclli, Barry Docks PREACHER, SUNDAY, JULY 16th. MORNING 11, EVENING 6.30, The Rev. W. LUTHER JONES, li OWL A IS. THE GRA T SKlf SUSIE. EUDDEN'S S.R. SKIN OINTMENT. It will cure Itching after one application destroys every form of Eczema; heals old Wovtnds and Sores acts like a. charm on Bad Legs: is infallible for Piles prevents Cuts from fcsterin: .ill cure Ringworm in a few days: removes the most obstinate Eruptions and Scurvy. Boxes, Cd and Is d. Agent for Barry Do<-ke,Mr D J. Thomas, Chemist 148, Holton-road. MR* A. T. HAMMOND, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. SEVERAL DESIRABLE PRO- PERTIES situate at BARRY AND BARRY ISLAND. TO LET. Lock-Ilp Shops, Barry Island and Vere-street, Cadoxton. AGENT FOR VILLA SITES on Porth-v-Castell. 9 Barry Garden Suburb. Pamphlets and full particulars. Plans may be seen at this Office, 101, IIOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCKS. Telephones: 250 Bo rry Docks, 282 Barry. Telegra tus "Hammond, Barry." FOR HIGH-CLASS DECORATIONS AND SIGN W HITING CONSULT H. A. POSTER, PARK CRESCENT. BARRY. WEDDING, KEEPER, & ENBAGEMErn RINGS. FINEST SELECTION AND BEST VALUE H. B. CROUCH'S, t6, St MARY-STREET, 48, QUEEN STREET i. High-street Arcade, CardHf THE 'CITY' JEWELLERS. Guaranteod beet Value iti the Principality ffarideome Present given to cVeiy Parchaser naming this Paper. JAMES PAYNE, §adptor & 1nnumtnhtl Mason. BARKY DOCKS. DESIGNS AND PRICES ON APPLICATION ENQUIRIES RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Works: Private Address LoTTEH MOREL street. 10, JEWEL STBEET.
Births, Marriages, Deaths, In Memoriam, &e. BIRTHS PRICKETT.—July 13th, at 98. George-street, Barry Docks, the wife of Mr fl. F. Prickett, a son. TAYLOR.—July 15th, at 196, Glad i- ton e-road, Barry Docks, the wife of Mr Dodley Taylor, a daughter. MARRIAGES. SAUNDERS—JENKINS.—June 29th, at All Saints' Church, Belvedere. Kent, by the Rev. W. R. flartwright, Mr William Windsor Saunders, E.P..A., R.N.R., H.M.8. Dido, to Iria Gwendoline, daughter of Mr John Jenkins, Hatch House, Cadoxton-Barry. 8PIERLING—MEPHAM.— July 18th, at the Parish Church. Cadoxton-Barry, by the Rev. Ifor DavieB, curate, Gunner William Herbert Fpierlinir, R.G.A., 50th Battery, Devonport, to Miss Edith Maud Mephara, 131, Merthyr-street, Barry Dock. STOTT— BROWN.—On the 19,h instant, at Merihyf Dovan Church, by tha Rev. D. Weatherill, rector, Franeia Hugh, eldest po i of Mr and Mrs Stott, 81, Castleland-street, Barry Dooks, to Caroline, fourth daughter of Mr J. Brown, Coleot Farm, Barry. WILSON-PA TEM AN .-On July 18th, at St. Mr.ry'a Church, Barry Pocks, by tre Rev. Ifor Davies, Charles Wilson, adopted son of Mr and Mrs J. Dyer, Gardenhurst, Gladn.one-road. B rry, to Florence, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Paternaii, Woodlands-road, Barry. DEATHS. ARGALL.—July 14th. at Solverne, Woodlands- road, Barry Docks, Nellie, wife of Mr Herbert J. Argall. DA VIE8.- On the 15th instant, at Maoslan, Kenilworth-road, Cadoxtun-Barry, Mr John Davies, builder. DYER.—July 15th, at SEnnybank, York-place, Barry, Mr William Dyer, retired pilot, aged 73 years.
.h i W. H. Hooper & Co., Complete Funeral Furnishers, I Embalmers, & Sanitarians, Mourning Carriage Proprietors, 98, IIIGH. STREET, BARRY. WREATHS. TABLETS & CARDS. TEL.BARRY 64. All Ftmerals receivc I Perso-nal Supervision. Our Mr. W. H. Hoopeb is an Embalmer by Diploma of the Massachusetts College cf Embalming, in the City of Boston, U.S.A. He is aleo accompanied by capable Lady Attendant. — — Nat.elophore i Tslcgrazs.R: I No.128 Barry. Adaias, Undertaker.Barry A. G. ADAMS & CO., II UNDERTAKERS FUKER«LFURRimRSiD!!»rCTC £ S 134, HOITOB RCAD HARRY DuCK ¡ Proprietors of tha -nost modern Ftwerssi ¡ Carriages and Bolglen Horses kept '.isrokieivaly for Ftinorals, PERSONAL 8UP;:J¡RVI8ION. livery Requisite for Far. of all Classes v with Superior Style and Economy inevery detail for Toon or Country Workshop and SSAIRG—88a, M»ITKS*«B**HKT Tel.-408 Barry Teleg ms "Gay Undertaker, Barry.' G. GAY & SONS, UNDERTAKERS AND Complete Funeral Furnishers, STATION ST., BARRY DOCKS. Personal Supervision. W. f VANS & Co., A 0,. Sculptors and Designers. Monumental Works- OUTSIDE CEMETERY GATES Headstones, Crosses, and Monuments in Marble, Granite, and Stone. All Stone direct from Quarries. ENQUIRIES SOLICITED. Private Addfess- 63, Kingsland-crescent, Barry Docks. :> _J_ GOULD'S FOUNDRIES, LTD., I IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS I AND jS; GENERAL ENGINEERS, I (BETWEEN NOS. 4 AND 5 TIPS), I BAIZEY. MEW MORTAR MillS tNO PARTS 8 ALWAYS KEPT IN STOCK. AND EVERY 1 DESCRIPTION OF CASTINGS MADE. | SOLE 3t AKEBS OF | SMITH'S PATENT GULLEYS. G BUILDERS' CASTINGS SUPPLIED? I MACHINERY BOUGHT AND SOLD. | Telephoneg: FoundriCs-Cardiff, 4743 & 4744. B Barry, 415 & 416. i Reeidencee-Dinas Powis, 80. Barry, 416.. Penarth, 349. Telegram-CI Cupola, Cardiff.' Castings, Barry." ARGE quantity of PEA STICKS in Bundles I" J BEAN STICKS in Bandies, 1 out-door TOMATO PLANTS, SWEET PEAS j in Pota, WHITE ASTERS, MIXED ASTERS, J STOCKS. PETUNIAS, LOBELIA, CELERY PLANTS, PANSY ROOTS, VIOLET ROOTS, Yellow, Blue, White. WREATHS and CROSSES a Speciality at Shortest K otic! S. WOODHAM & SON, Wholesale & Retail Fruit Stores, 108, HIGH STREET, BARRY. Telephone 374. WEDDING CARDS I i CJH OIOFLST D SIGNS « AND I ARTISTIC EXECUTION MAY BE OBTAtNU. AT THB I Barry Dock News,' Holton. road. Barry Docks. Cards can be supplied the same day as ordered. ;2 gill i MANY PEOPLE I Choose a pair of Glasses in the same way as they would select a hat; if the fit appears right, and they can |1 see in them at all, that is enough. w This is a Great l|| §1 Ti?Ii?iicb < iib c d. ?????Sg MISTAKE. ..1' The EYE is a most delicate organ, and it needs care and attention and IN NO CASE should Glasses 1 be worn until the EYES have been scientifically. j tested. TJ-. MY ADVICE Is at yonr disposal FREE. A visit to my Sight- Testing Rooms will ensnre Prompt and Skilful Attention. W. E. REES, At Else, I Pharmacist & Ophthalmic Optician, j 238, Holton Road, BARRY DOCK, I "BARRY DOCK KWS. D 2,i!. l .} I 'I, 8 Small Prepaid Advertisements. f Three Six Words. Once. Times. Times. 20 words 1 0 1 G 2 G 30 words 1 G 2 0 3 0 40 words 2 0 3 0 4 0 Each extra 10 I wo