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'1"- -0 'Every Picture Tells a Story' I Of Weak, Aching Backs and Inactive Kidneys; of Irritable, DropsicaL Nervous People who Need BacAacJielildneyPilb Doan's There le IV^y who are Burdened with Backache, Dragging Pains !n the Loins, the Swe!Hngs of Dropsy, and the Stiffness and Aches of Rheumatism, and who do not Understand what Makes them ill. No one knows the suffering some women quietly endure. They think it is only natural for them to have pain in the back, throbbing headaches, dizzy spells, rheumatic twinges, irregular heart, and to feel tired and worn out before the day is half through. And so they bear up as best they can, in patience and without complaint, never thinking they can be cured, never sus- o pecting the kidneys as the cause of their illness. But it is not right for women to be always ailing. Doan's Pills gently heal the tired, overworked kidneys, and when the kid- neys are well they take out the liquid poisons which cause the above symptoms, as well as bladder disorders, gravel, dropsy, rheumatism and lumbago. The work the kidneys have to do is totally different from the. work of the other organs of the body. The heart pumps the blood. The lungs feed the system with air. The digestive system deals with the food we eat. BUT THE KIDNEYS HAVE TO FILTER THE BLOOD, and drain out the liquid waste from our food and drink. That is what the kidneys are for-to keep the blood pure. When they fail, the poisonous waste left in the blood makes you feel heavy, sleepy and irritable; your back aches, you may get a touch of rheu- matism, dropsical swellings appear under the eyes or in the ankles. The urinary system is affected, and you may suffer from gravel or stone. Kidney and urinary disorders are a class of diseases by themselves, and treat. ment that is successful for other diseas6 may be WRONQ for the kidneys-only a kidney remedy can help them. That is what Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are for. They are intended for the kidneys and urinary system and nothing else. If this remedy is started with in good time, before the kidneys are seriously diseased, the good results will be perma- nent. But do not neglect your kidneys too long. In t/9 boxet only, fix boxes 13/9. Fever Bold loott. OJF all chemutt and ttores, or from Foster-ileCltllan Cb.9 8, Wells-strdct, Ojtford-ttreet, London, Jr. JUflm fuutillike. THE BEST KEYLESS WATCH MADE AT £5. !H&? !S? Eg BBL ? ?B??? JBJj? cB ￼ iB%t ? ￼ BENSON'S LONDON MADE KEYLESS ENGLISH LEVER BANK." Three-quarter Plate Movement, Chronometer Balance, and all the Latest Improvements special to BENSON'S W ATCHE8. In Sterling Silver Crystal- Glass Cases, S5; made in Half-hunting and Full Hunting Cases, 96. Purchasers in all parts of the world using O Bk these Watches testify totheir excellent time- keeping qualities. a y H S GOLD CHAINS (London Hall-marked) from £ 2 ,109. SELECTED GEM RINGS. All Diamonds or Rubies, Sapphire, Emerald, Pearl, Opal and Diamonds, from £2 upwards. Rubies G and DismondS. Rubies or Sapphires Diamonds, Sapphires and as 106. and Diamonds, S7. Diamond, .2.151. Dlamonds, S I#. 96.6s. Diamonds^ £ 4.4s. Selections on Approval at our Risk and Expense. New Mustrated I A, of Watches and Chain& B, of Bracelet and Wristlet Watches. Books Post — I 0, of Rings, (with size card). D, of Jewenery. E, of Inexpensive Silver Goods for Bwks Post eel I Presents, etc., and large Book of Clocks and Plate for Household Use, etc. 'iltattt" system of MONTHLY PAYMENTS still Available. ￼ Makers to the Admlral, BENSON'S, 62 & 64, LUDGATE HILL, E.C. FOlt EVERY DESCRIPTION OF HOUSE REPAIRS TOWN OR COUNTRY H. A. FOSTER,! PARK CRESCENT, BNRRY. I POST ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. j I THE GREAT SKIN CURE. BUDDEN'S S.R. 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 Cuts from festering will cure Ringworm in a few days removes the most obstinate Eruptions and Scurvy Boies, Sd and Is 3d. Agent for Barry D,- rks, M r D. J. Thomas, Chemist 148, Holton-riad THINK Of us when in need of fine-quality Printing.
CORRESPONDENCE. The Editor desirea to mate uu&t 66 does uol ueee«m» i > endorse opinion expressed by Oor(e«^oui">i,i.», BARRY MEN FOR THE NAVY. To the Editor of the "Barry Dock I News." Sir,-T,n your esteemed paper, which is sent to me every week, and which I read with great interest, I observe that the names of local men, and boys, who join the Army are brought to the pub- lic notice through the medium of your paper. As I am serving in the Navy i,afloat), and am earnestly desirous of information respecting the enlistment in the Navy of Barry men, I should be extremely grateful if you could see your way to insert, through the columns of your paper, the names of men who joined the Colours for duty in the Navy. Trusting this applica- tion will meet with your favourable consideration.—Yours truly, DAVID WILLIAMS. *We will endeavour to comply with the suggestion of our gallant corres- ponideilt.-Ed. "B.D.N." GAMBLING BY BOYS. I To the Editor of the "Barry Dock News." Sir,—I should bo grateful if you would allow me, through the medium of your valuable paper, ito call the at- tention of the police to the gambling which takes place at the ton of Wilfrid- street (off Weston Hill), Barry Docks. Gambling is indulged in there every Sunday. Last Sunday, for instance, during all the rain, gambling was in progress, and the language of the boys was simply disgusting. The chief offenders are boys, but a sailor and a IJlHUl of GO as well were playing. Not only at this spot, but all over the district, is gambling by boys tak- ing place, and the language of the players is, without exception, abomin- aible. I trust the police will take steps to stamp out the evil.—I am, etc., RATEPAYER, I BRAVE BARRY SOLDIER'S INDIGNANT PROTEST.. I To the Editor of the Barry Dock I News." Sir,—After having been four years in the Royal Field Artillery, served in France with the first British contingent, went right through the battle of Mons and twelve other engagements, and atfterr serving eleven mo ruths in France, and been wounded three times aticfgas poisoned, nearly killed, and after being eleven (months in Netley Hospital, and being discharged from the Army through sight affection and gas poison- ing of the right lung, I returned to Barry, my native town, and secured aj position as water inspector under the local Diitriot Council, but espjte the fact that I have ?the three gold stripes on my left sleeve, I am constantly being jeered at and insulted by soldiers stationed at Barry, and by civilians. I wish to make a strong protest. If every man had done what I have done, there would be no need for confscrip- tion or the Derbv scheme, My photo ds displayed in the win- dow of Mr. F. Rogers, draper, Holton- roiad, and some souvenirs which I ob- tained whilst in Fra,iiee.-I am, etc., (Late Driver) EDWARD KIFF, llth Battery. 1.5th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. 76, Graving Dock-street, Barry Docks. *We hope soldiers and civilians of Barry will refrain from jeering at and insulting men who have done so much for King and Country as. Driver Kiff has. or any other dis- charged soldiers who are at Barry. —Ed. "B.D.N."
I RHEUMATISM—KIDNEY TROUBLE. Rheumatism is due to uric acid crystals in the joints and muscles, the result of exces- sive uric acid in the system that the kidneys failefl to remove as nature intended, and this acid is also the cause of backache, lumbago, sciatica, gout, urinary trouble, stone, gravel, dropsy. ESTORA TABLETS, a specific based on modern medical science, are the successful treatment, and have cured numberless ob- stinate cases after the failure of all other tried remedies, which accounts for them superseding out-of-date medicine's sold at a price beyond all but the wealthy. Estora Tablets fully warrant their description-an honest remedy at an honest price, 1/3 per I box of 40 tablets, or six for 6/9. All chem- ists, or postage free from Estora Co., 132, Charing Cross-road, London, W.C.—Barry Agents, W. T. Hicka fc Co., 48, Folton-road. 1- I
FOOTBALL. City 2 goals. In a football match played at Dinas Powis on Saturday last, between Dinas Powis and Grangetown United, the homesters won by the odd goal in seven. Sappor E. Rees, Royal Engineers, scored all four goals for Dinas Powis. and Lloyd (2), and Williamus scored for the visitors.
BARRY EVENING CLASSESI
BARRY EVENING CLASSES. The above Classes will reopen for the session 1916-17 011 Monday, October 2nd. Last session the number of classes had to be curtailed for financial con- siderations, but those held were highly successful. This session it is proposed to make an extension in the number of classes by the re-establishment of the Junior Courses, which proved a great success two years ago. Many parents have not yet realised the value of the Junior Courses. This is probably due to the fact that they have not under- stood their aim and object. The aim of the Junior Courses is to give boys and girls, who leave the elementary schools at the age of f4, an education which is thoroughly practical and utilitarian; the syllabuses of the in- struction given in the various subjects having been framed on the lines adopted by the technical and commer- cial sides of up-to-date secondary schools. Pupils leaving the elementary schools at the age of 14 are generally not fully equipped to benefit from the instruction given in the senior techni- cal classes. The two years' Junior Course supplies them with the pre- liminarv instruction which will enable them to reap full benefit from the teaching given the senior classes. Pupils may be admitted to the Junior Courses by means of free studentships offered by the Glamorgan County Cbun- oil. Application for free studentships should be made immediately to the head teachers of the day schools, and the free studentship vouchers should be presented to the organising teacher at the Evening Classes on the night of en- rolment. Courses extending over a period of four years have been arranged for ap- prentices and others in mechanical en- gineering, electrical engineering, boilermaking and ship-building, and in commercial subjects. The subjects of instruction include practical mathe- matics, machine drawing, engineering science, applied electricity, advanced applied mechanics, advanced heat en- gines, and chemistry. In addition to the foregoing, classes will be held in J shorthand (advanced), book-keeping, home nursing for men, home nursing for women, first aid for men, and first aid for women. Particulars as to time, instructors, and place of meeting, will be found in the prospectus, as well as on the posters exhibited in various parts of the town. Intending students should enrol dur- ing the week commencing Sept. 25th. The organising teacher (Mr. D. Jones) will be present at Holton-road School evey evening for the purpose of ad- mitting and advising students.
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WILL YOU WANDERANI INVITATION
WILL YOU WANDER?—AN 'I INVITATION. When the first grey streaks morning, Leave night's mantle rudely torn, Soars the lark, the dull earth scorning, Carolling to greet the morn. Will you wander by the streamlet, Rippling thro' the pastures green, Where the gay and sportive breamlct, Flashes with a silver sheen. Let us trip thro' flowr'y meadows, Decked with cups of yellow hue, Then we'll rest beneath the shadows, Of the stately, ancient yew. Let us lie amongst the clover, Gazing up into the sky, See the curling, whirling plover, Listen to his plaintive cry. Hark the lark again is singing, O'er yon pied and grassy lea, Upward, onward he is winging, Gold is dross to such as he. See in yonder cornfield growing, 'Mid the green soft ears of wheat, Scarlet flames of poppies blowing, Children of the summer heat. Liko a nymph the water lily, Crests the ripple of the pool, Where the heron stands so stilly, How reposeful and how cool. Hark the blackbird now is calling, To his mate in yonder tree, Evening shadows softly falling, Over wood and over lea. Now the sun is slowly sinking, I To his far home in the west, Stars in yonder sky are winking, And all naturo droops to rest. I Barry. CORPL. CHAS. KEKT. I
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I REVIEW OF PUBLICATIONS.^ i LORD KITCHENER NATIONAL MEMORIAL FUND. -_J 1 -.0 T-, ? X-Alluiluly JLUX uio uoimui 01 Lilt) uuru Kitchener National Memorial Fund, and the British Red Cross Fund, Messrs. Raphael Tuck and Sons Ltd., London, have published excellent fac- similes of Lord Kitchener's famous re- cruiting letter. The letter is fittingly enshrined within a border furnished by Mr. Frank Brangwyn, A.R.A., one of our foremost designers. The mar- vellous answer to the stern and direct summons of the great soldier was the mustering of five million men by volun- tary enlistment. This is the stirring subject which is set forth by the master hand of the artist. Above is the medal- lion portrait of the great organiser, half encircled by a spray of oak leaves. ) Below is the original letter, which is a complete facsimile not only of the writ- ing, but reproduced, by permission of the War Office, on the official paper of the Minister of War. In the design Mr. Bryngwyn has indicated the peaceful industries of Britain, busy factories, the warehouses, the wharves, whilst men of every class, young and old, are hurrying in an endless stream to answer the call of duty. Below the recruits are seen marching, amid indi- cations of warlike preparation, until they emerge finished soldiers of the New Armies, ready to serve King and Country. Behind is seen the distant field of battle, the goal of all their labours, where a heavy gun in action indicates the consummation of the toil of the workers on munitions, and the completion of Lord Kitchener's military organisation. The battle smoke which rolls upwards, and mingles with the reek of the factories, forming a fitting background to the portrait, speaks of the vast national effort in industry and in arms which will carry the Allies to I victory. I DR. BARNARDO'S HOMES. We have received the fiftieth annual report of Dr. Barnardo's Homes, for the year 1915, and the great and glori- ous work of this great and glorious in- stitution is set out in detail. "To-day the acorn, to-moirow the oak." The fiftieth year has brought to light many stirring incidents which illustrate the value of the training given at the Bar- nardo Homes, training, which has been put to the severe test of after-life. Among the earliest to join Lord Kit- chener's Army were several old Bar- rfardo boys. Three Barnardo boys were among the first Britishers to land at the unhappily historic Suvla Bay. The reports tells of old boys who, after years of successful Colonial life, eagerly placed themselves once more under drill and discipline for the Nation's good, faced the foe, and in many cases bravely met their death on the battle- field. It is gratifying to know that so many Barnardo boys are serving their King and Country; 7,913 is the total to date in the Navy, Army, and Mer- cantile Marine. A large number of children of soldiers and sailors have been received into the Homes since war broke out. The report is full of inter- esting matter. Price 6d., Dr. Bar- nardo's Homes, 18 to 26, Stepney Causeway, London, E. The daily family at the Barnardo Homes is 7,480, and the number of boys and girls received through the ever-open door since the establishment of the Homes by the late Dr. Barnardo now totals nearly 83,000. Their Majesties the King and Queen, and Queen Alexandra are patrons of these National and Patriotic Homes, for which a town collection will be made at Barry next week. THE LONDON MAGAZINE." The London Magazine has been fortunate in securing the services of the Right Hon. Winston S. Churchill, M.P., and special interest is concen- trated upon his first of a series of special articles, The War on Land and Sea. Anything from the pen of Mr. Winston Churchill commands general attention. Even those who dis- agree with him admit his wonderful activity, his vigorous style, and his gift for dramatic narrative and for terse epigrammatic. criticism. Perhaps Mr. Churchill lays himself open to criticism when he says, The increas- ing strength of a large British Army arrests the general attention; but the l German is fighting with the same stub- born efficiency as ever, and the aston- ishing apparatus of his military power is not broken or weakened. Speaking of the war as a whole, Mr. Churchill says: ".East, west, and south, in every theatre of the war, and along so many hundred leagues, the battlefield is all one. But it offers on this gigantic scale, both in space and time, only the same propositions as were presented in the old wars between dawn and sunset on a fighting front of a few miles. It is not enough merely, to recognise this truth, or to deduce from it tardily the idea of a concerted offensive—each Ally doing his best where he finds himself. It is necessary to seek the enemy's weak points, to select for the greatest efforts objectives that can certainly be obtained, and that will yield fruitful results, and to practice the highest economy of forces and man-power compatible with hold- ing the enemy along the whole line. All our strength, rightly applied, will be needed to attain the final goal." Speaking of the war on the sea, Mr. Churchill says: Mighty vessels, each the equivalent as a war factor of whole infantry division, vanish in a single explosion, leaving not a trace behind. The war interest of the number is very strong, and includes the love story of the Emperor of Austria, and a re- cord of the bombing of Contalmoisofl by a private in the Royal Fusiliers, and Mr. Fredk. Wile shows the un- scrupulous use that Germany makes of the Press. We would advise our readers to get their London early. Monthly 6d'1 Amalgamated Press Ltd., Fleetwatf House, Farringdon-street, LondoIl, E.C., or of nil booksellers and Stl- tioners.
IBARRY MUSICIANS WEDDING
I BARRY MUSICIAN'S WEDDING. I A very pretty wedding took place on Saturday last at Holton-road Eng" lish Baptist Church, by the Rev. W- Ingli James, of Mr. A. Rees Jones, t1 member of the clerical staff of the Barry Railway Company, and ivfjss May Newton, L.R.A.M., A.R.C.MM danghter of Mr. J. Newton, 102, Kings- land-crescent, Barry Docks. The bride, who was given away by h01* father, wore a pretty gown of wh't^ silk taffeta and gorgette, with veil and wreath of orange blossom and heather, and carried a slietath of white lilies* The bridesmaid. Miss Doreen DaNieS, was attired in lemon coloured satin, and calrried a pretty basket of whito and gold flowers. Master Donald Newton acted a,s page, and was dressed in black velvet. Mr. Merlyn J,aiileO acted as besit man. The reception w held at the bride's home, and tllpro were numerous presents. The happy couple afterwards left for Cornwall-
I BARRY POTATO SHOW
I BARRY POTATO SHOW. This show, the first- of its kind e^ held in Barry, will be held in IIoltoU' road Infants' School, on Saturday next, 2.30 to 8.30. The object is to encoiurage the cultivation of this useful vegetable, more especially the purcha-50 of good seed. Eighteen classes aJ0 provided, and prizes awarded togethet with a silver cup for champion prize. There will also be bread and egg classes. In addition there will be 0 non-competitive exhibition of RowerS1 frLMt. and vegetables, which will bØ handed over to local hospitals.
ITO OUR READERS
TO OUR READERS. RESTRICTION ON THE USE OF PAPER, Owing to the impending severe Go\ ernment restriction on the use of pa-Deff the publishers of the "Barry Doc. News" are compelled in order to ulin" mise waste, to reduce very considerably the number of papers sent to agents "00 sale or return" to meet the demand Of casual purchasers. It will be necessary, therefore, th4t readers who have not already done should give an order to their ne^ agent to deliver or reserve for thel? every week a copy of the "Barry D? News."