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PATIENTS AT LOCAL MI LIT All Y HOSPITALS i
PATIENTS AT LOCAL MI LIT All Y HOSPITALS. i DIXAS I'• AYLS At XI1/1A RY HOME j HOSPITAL. ] Corpl. W. Can- 11 H)711th liimp- j shiro Kept., Reipnu-, j L.-corjil. J. \Y, Colo. 117?, 13th Hampshire RegL London. Rifleman H. Bull, 14545, Royal Irish Riflp, Caidiff. Rifleman Regt.. Tredegar. Rilfeman F. Colorable. 36497/ R,AM.C.. L'vndon.. j RiflenLa.n J. J. Straifohl, ;)197. 12tit Royal Fillers. London. Driver J. Ferguson." JôlO, R.H.A., Linlithgow. Driver A. Simpson. 17293, 33rd Royal Fusiliers, Folkestone. Driver A. Norman. 12930, 11th Essex Regt., •CoMiester. -J Rifleman J. Johnson, 3523. 1st \fons. j Regt., Newport, M011. Bombr. F. Bird. -19;), 4th Avelsli R.F.A.. Newport. Mon. .Drummer R. Barrett. 9075, 17th Manchester*, Manchester. Gunner Fuller. 39215. 18th Div. R.F.A.. Brede, Sussex. Private N. Boniface, 1849, 8th Royal Sussex. Horsham. Private F. Shiers. 9440, 1st Hamp- shire. Portsmouth. Private n. N. Jackson, 15590, 8th Borderers, \estmorelands. Private A. Lawton, 3207, 7th \Ye_st Ridit?s. Mosslev. Lanes. Private A. Rudd. 4fn. 7th '?-af West Kerns-, Gillingham. Kent. Private U. Arnold, 10314, 10tti Royal West Ke-nts. Eden bridge. Kent. Private A. Xorris. 12951. 8th Glou- cester Regt., Vinevhill, Glos. Private N. Morriss. 12770, 11th West Yorks. Selby. Yorks. Private N. Keene. 20573. 10th HllS- sars. Earlest(Avi). Private A. Wat ling. J8800. lïth Suffolks. Lowestoft. j Private T. Skeetes. 10422, 3rd Welsh. Croydon. Drummer T. P. Dunne, 8490, 1st Wilts, Athlone. T reI and. Gunner O. Williams. 43402. 31st Brigade R.F.A.. Pontypridd. Rifleman T. deary, 2947. H.T. Rifles. Dowmis. Driver T. Roberts. 32129. Royal En- gineers, Burry Port. Driver E. B. Merrigan, 92408, R.F.A., Swansea. Private C. Richards. 4420, R.A.M.C.. Pembroke. Private AT. Burke. 30255, 1st Welsh, Pontypool. R.E.. Treorky. j
BARRY GAS AND ATEH CJMAUTTEH
BARRY GAS AND "ATEH CJMAUTTEH. A meeting of the Barry Gas and V;ater iCbiiimittee was held on Alonday evening last. Coullcillor S. R. Jones was iu the chair, and the members ■ present were Messrs. C. B. Griffiths. J.P., J. E. Levers, and G. Wareham. j The accounts for the month were ex- ? amined and passed. [* The Snperfntendent Collector fMr. ? John Jenkins) reported that ■ the gas I and water receipts for the month were [ £4;26:1 19s. 10d. t. Air. T. E. Franklin, (engineer and ? manager).reported-that there were four I' Sij],I)I-Itltp? of ammonia in stock. ? The workmen intended having their £ annual rip 011 August 20th. and asked L. for a holiday.—Permission was y granted. | The consumption of water during I June, compared with the cor'respond- r ing month last year, was all increase | of 3,177.335 gallons. t The As- sociatioii wrote that they had difficulty t iif obtaining contributions from some of the aHnfrnein-holders. and asked for f- a'reduction of an account for materials and labour amounting to £ 2 10s. 8d.— ? ?r. AYareham proposed. Afr. Levers ￼ deduct ?iiiii it was agreed to deduct .€2. hut to insist on having the remain- der paid immediately, J, Applications were received from St. < .ohn ?lilitary Hospital (Barry Island), ? the Red Cross Hospifa! (Barry Docks), 1 and the local branch of the Church of f England Men s Society for reduction | in tlie giis accounts of those institu- tioiis.—Tim accounts wore reduced to half the. amount. £
i DROWNED AYHILST BATHING AT DINAS POWIS if
i DROWNED AYHILST BATHING AT | DINAS POWIS. if -—— t John Eustace Jame.s (16), son of I Air. Richard James. Station-road, Dinas Powis. was drowned on Sunday t morn ing last whilst bathing with other lads in the brick-yard pond 1lf'H Dinas i. Powis Ra-ilway Station. Great efforts we-rcmarlc to save the lad. and some wounded .soldiers assisted, but without j- success. The body was recovered by the police. The lad has two brothers I at the front. i r. t • < ■ ■
BARRY PRISONERS OF WAR FOOD FEND
BARRY PRISONERS OF WAR FOOD FEND, os. I R-d. Band of Cymru Lodge 864, X2 2s.; Victoria Hotel Box (per Alisses B. Williams and W. Godfrey), £ 1 lis. 3d. Flag Day Accounts.—-Airs. Marshall £ 31 8s. 9?>d.. Airs. T. G. Davies X20 Is. 10d., -All-iss Evans £ 7 lis. lid., Aliss Rees :Ctl Is. Id.. Mrs. Eastabrook -14 12s.. Airs. Adams £ 4 12s. 8d., Airs. Lloyd i(l) 1,. t Toli,)- 2 Tom Lewis £ 10, Airs. AY. Powell £ 3 17s. 21 d., Hannah-street School—Boys 5/10, Girls -2/1, Gladstone-road Girls' £1 17s. 3d., Town Alilitary Band tS 18s. 10d., Barry Hotel (per Miss Alor- gan) 18/ r 1[essr. B and C. 10/ Messrs. Phillips Bros. 2/0, .Ir. Dyer 2/0, Mr. Monk 2/ Mr. Nel- son food value 7/0, small sums 4/0, general £ 2 6s. õd., total XIIS 3s. lid., less 15/6 ticket money, gross total £ 117 8s. 5d.. Expenses—For flags £ 21 5s., Town Military Band £2 2s., inciden- j tals £ 2 19s. 3d., painting banner 5/ total £ 30 Gs. 3d. .Net result, £87 2s. 2d. Our weekly expenses a IT- now £10 Us. (id.—Ben Evans.
BRILLIANT MI MICAL seoCESSES
"BRILLIANT MI MICAL seo- CESSES. In connection with the R.A3I. and R.C.M. scliool examinations, held at the Bechsfein School of Music, 102, Kingsland-crescent, Barry Docks, the following pupils of Aliss May Newton. L.R.A.AL. A.R.C.AL. were examined in pianoforte playing by Afr. John B. AlcEwen, and were successful — Higher Division.—Alay Bate, Kings- land-crescent: Doris Afanchip, land-street. I Lower Division.—Gladys Evans, Tynewydd-road. 'Elementary.—Ethel Ellison, Evelyn- st rcpt. gained distinction: May Hall, Cardiff, and Gladys Caddy. Guthrie- street. also gained high marks, -T) I (, k -o j, t o i i. Evelyn-i street: Doreen Davies, and Dulcie Blackmore, Kingsland-crescent. Great credit is due to pupils and tbeir teacher in obtaining such excel- lent results.
nnnnI CONCERT FOR ST JOHN i IHOSPITAL I
nnn 'n CONCERT FOR ST. JOHN' HOSPITAL. A. grand open-air concert will bo [held at, Friar' s Point. Barry Island, 'on Tuesday evening next, at 0.30. in aid uf ike St. John Hospital for sick and wounded. The band of the 3rcll Welsh Regiment (ll ndrr the baton of j ] Afr. K. S. Glover), the Royal Engin- eers' Concert Party, and the Barry Brotherhood Choir, will be in attend- anee. and will render musical selec-i tions. Dancing on the green from 8 p.m. It j J IOprd that the general public will support so worfhv an ob- ject..
MISSING FROM HOMh AT BARRY
MISSING FROM HOMh; AT BARRY. George Smith Cooper, 60, of 73, I Princes-street, Barry, who was clean shaven, and wore brown trousers and vest, dungaree jacket, lace(I boots, and cap, left he-me early-on Tuesday morning, and has not been heard of tfince. It is believed that he was seen at Cudoxton the B-mie evening. Mr Cooper has been I unwell for a c-onple of years, and it is feared that he is wandering aimlessly about, with loss cf memory. i
ACCIDENT TO CADOXTON LAD I 111
ACCIDENT TO CADOXTON LAD. 1: ) 1' 1. John JorJan, g,d 15, of Bridge-street, Cadoxton- Barry, w.is admitted to the Barry Town Accident Hospital, on Wednesday evening last, having sustained a frnctnred leg while engaged at his work. He was in the employ of a local milk- vendor, and sozi of Air J. W. Jul dan.
c =' £ R. J, HEATH & I0FIS, SOLE AG EN 15 for tta Wu RLit-RENO W'N ED BROADWOOD PIANOS, PLEYEL PIANOS, STEINWA Y PIANOLA-PIANOS, AND THE ORCHESTRELLE CO.s PIANOLA-PIANOS & yEOLIANS. MASON AND HAMLIN ORGANS, PIANOFORTES I IN STOCK LY COLLARP, BRIN.SVIEAD, ilOPKIKSON, CH ALLEN, CRAMER, BORD. &c. New Pianofortes FtiOM 10/6 MONTHLY ORGANS BY IT A SON AND HAMLIN, BELL, DOMINION, &(; .'tliciai Depot for iriS M&STER'S VOICE" (;RAKOPHONES, .HECOROS, &c. AI J. HEiTH & SDiS, 76, Queen-street, CARDIFF; 70, TAFF STREET, PONTYPRIDD; FENARTH, and PORT TALBOT. r1phcne-2199 CARDIFF; 21 PONTYPRIDD, JAMES PAYNE, gatlpior & ^icrnitmental la50n. 1 BARKY lJOCKS" DESIGNS AND PRICES ON APPLICATION ENQUIRIES RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Works: Private A ddress LOWEn MOBEL STREET. 40, JEWEL STHEET.
Births, Carriages, Deaths. In Memorials, &c. BIRTHS POWELL.-August lot, at 151, Holton-rcad, Barry Dock-, the wife of Mr Ernest Powell, a Eon. MARRIAGES. CLA.RK—BOBBETT.—At Sr.. Paul's Church, Barry, oa 29ch July, 1916, by the Rev. D. Weatiierill, L.Th., rector, Corporal Percy Clark, South Wales Borderers, 68, Queen-street, Ba-rv, to Miss Lucy Bobbett, Bella Vista, Tjiiewydd- road, Barry Docks. MCARIHY-SEIARPLES. July 29th, at St. Paul'i Congregational Uhurcb, Cowbridge-road, Cardiff, by Mr H. W. Hill, Eaptiet Chapel, Palmerstown-road, Cadoxton-Barry, Christopher McCarthy, of Liverpool, citizen of U.S.A., to Ada Sharpies, daughter of Captain E. Sharpies, 5, Dobbins-road, Cadoxton-Barry, formerly port missionary. Barry Docks. DEATHS. DAVIES.—On tbe let icstam, at 20, The Parade, Barry, Sarah Annie, wife of Mr Sydney D vie". HEWETT.—July 30 h, at 10, Guthrie-street, Barry Docks, Winifre', only daughter of George and Mary Jane HeweU, aged foar inontbH Jt.NKINS.—July 31st, Captain William Edward Jenkins, 69, Kingsland-crescent, Barry Docks. DIED IN ACTION. SHERLOCK.—July 10th or 11th, killed in notion in France, Private Frank Sherlock, 10th Wdsh Regiment, dearly loved eldest Pt n of Mr and ¡;In P. W. Sherlock, 18, Amherst-crescent, Barry Island, and nephew of the late Mr Richard Evans, 47, Jewel-street, Barry Docks, aged 20 yean'. ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF SYMPATHY. HANIBLETON.-V,rg Hanjb'eton, 5, Spencer- street, Barry Docks, wishes to acknowledge and thank all kind friends for sympathies extended in her recent ead bereavement. IN MEMOIvIAM. CHAPLIN. — In loving memcry of Herbert, dearly beloved son of Mr and Mrs Chapliu, 74, Kingsland-crescent, Barry Docks, who died August 4th, 1914. Never forgotten by Father, Mother, Sisters, and Brothers. JOYCE.—Tn affectionate remembrance of Francis Joyce, 12, Richard-Street, Barry Docks, who was nJed whilst mine-sweeping in the North r Sea, August 7th 1915, aged 25 yeirp.-Fcndt.v remembered by Wife and Child.
I — ￼ I —————— 'w H &¡1' W. H. Hooper & Co., Complete Funeral Eurnisliers, Embalmers, & Sanitarians, Mourning Carriage Proprietors, 98, HIGH STREET, BARRY. WREATHS, TABLETS & CARDS. TEL.BARRY 64. All Funerals receive!Personal Supervision. Our Mr. W. H. HOOPER is an Embalmer by Diploma of the Massachusetts College cf Embalming, in the Citv of Boston, U.S.A. He is also accompanied by capable Lady Attendant, I r NDS. alevhone I TelegrasoB: j N e,,I, Barrj. Adam-, UL,.kerlskrr, Lary- 1 A. 0, ADAMS & CO., I .if. ¡"J (\ t) .j., t USER/, i misfires«ofsrsreis BARRY DOCK Proprietor? of the meet modern Funeral Oftrriages and Belgian Horoam- kept exoluaively for Funerals. PERSONAL SUPERVISION. Every asquisitefor Fun6ral3 of all Classy with Superior Style and Economy i#e very detail for Town or Country Workshop and News-86a, MBaTHr*-37;rsE? Tel.—408 Barry Teleg ms "Gay Undertaker, Barry.' G. GAY &, SONS, UNDERTAKERS AND Complete Funeral Furnishers, STATION ST., BARRY DOCKS Personal Supervision. I W. FVANS & Co., Sculptors and Designers. j Monumental Works— OUTSIDE CEMETERY GATES Headstones, Crosses, and Monuments in Marble, Granite, and Stone. All Stone direct from Quarries, ENQUIRIES SOLICITED. Private Address— 63, Kingsland-crescent, Barry Docks. 1- ■IW Holton-road English Baptist i Church. I WANTED, CAKETAKERS (Man and Wife) for the above Church. Particulars as to wages. &e., to be obtained from the Secretajy, Mr. E. BLACKMORE, 39, Kingsland-crt scent, Barry Docks. Applicants must be total abstainers, and all applications, together with two receiit testimonials, to be in the hands of the Secretary not later than Saturday, the 12ih August, HI lb. MR. A. T. HAMMOND, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, I HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT. I FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. I SEVERAL DESIRABLE PRO- I PERTIES I situate at 1 BARRY AND BARRY ISLAND. | TO LET. Lock-up Shops, Barry Island and Vere-street, Cadoxton. V AGENT FOR VILLA SITES I on Porth-v-Castell. Barry' Garden Suburb. Pamphlets and full part iculars. Plans may bo seen at this Office, 101, I HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCKS. 1 Telephones: 250 Bn iTv Docks. 282 Barry. 11 Telegrams: "Hammond. Barn7." || THE Gt, T mn CUE. SUDDEN'S S.J?. SKIN OINTMENT. It will cure Itching after one application destroys every form of Eczema heals old Wounds and Sores acts like a charm on Bad Legs is infallible for Piles prevents Cut from festering will cure Ringworm in a few days; removes the most obstinate Eruptions and Scurvy, Boxes, Ed and Is d. Agent for Barry Dock?,Yir 1) J. Tfcorcas, Chemist 148, Hoi ton-road FOR HIGH-CLASS DECORATIONS ?A -IL -kloi\TS AND SIGN WBITING X .1 Y À, ..Jf CONSULT H A. FOSTEB, t1 1, JL-tLe J'jL,? ?'?. ?-?'' .J .1.J .?' \J, PARK CRESCENT. BARRY. LARGE quantity of PEA STICKS in Bandit I!EKN STICKS in Bundles, out-door TOMATO PLANTS, SWEET PEAS in Potp, WHITE ASTERS, MIXED ASTERS, STOCKS. PETUNIAS, LOBELIA, CELERY PLANTS, PANSY ÎWOT; VIOLET ROOTS, J Yellow, blue, White. j 1 1,?, w, L' I u c- W 1-1 i t e. WREATHS and CROSSES a Speciality at Shurtes t Not.icr. j S. WOODHASF & SON, Wholesale & Retail Fruit Stores, | 108, HIGH STREET, BARBY. Te'ephor.e 374. i WEDDING CAEDS OF THE CHOICEST OSsIGNS AND AKTFSTIC KXE UTION I 'Barry Dock Holton road, Barry Docks. Cariis can be supplied the same as ordered. II !VI: AN Y P ;It"<'f1< :c Y\ .1 -1"41 f' '4 ¡;1 I MANY PEOPLE 'j i II Choose a pair of Glasses in th" 8a II., wy y s f 1 J would select a hat; if the fit appears right, and th. y can I J see in them at all, that is enough. g I??a???? K IS IS a reat IjSg^ H J a MISTAKE, -m I The EYE is a most ddicattl ort;an, and it needs p | care and attention a-nol IN NO CASE sbrroM g 9 be worn until the EYES have. bf;-n B S te8ted. » MY ADVICE [ ) Is at your disposal FREE. A visit t'i my Sight- g I Testing Rooms will ensure Pronr,t and Sk'lful K I Attention. ■ ￼ ￼ W. E. RE??, ?P.&, j I Pharmacist & Ophthalmic Optician, ft 238, Holton Road, BARRY DOCK. 1 0 n (; } i 1 1" K: lIJ, 5I::F7< < B | BARRY DOCK Small Prepaid Advertisements. Three Six Words. Once. Times. Times, j 20 words 1 0 1 G 2 6 j 80 words 1 G 2 0 3 0 j 40 words 2 0 3 0 4 01 Bach extra 10 I J words 0 6 1 0 1 61 General Advertisements, 1 to 4 insns. Is. 6d. per in. per insn. 4 to 6" 118. jj 26 ■ 9d. 52 6d. >> Legal and Financial Advertisements. Parliamentary Election Addressee 89 por indh pel insertion. ProspectaseB of Public Companies, Addresffp to District Council and Parish Council Electors, aid Notice? i" conwectiop with the 9&»ne, «co. 43 p< r inch ihtlthnr$ C t WANlBD tor Barry, August 14