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BARRY RED CROSS HOSPITAL. The Matron of the Barry Red Cross Hospital, Dock View-road, Barry, would be glad of gifts of Vegetables, Eggs, and Fruit, and would send to I fetch same on hearing address.
CORRESPONDENCE.. I The Editor desires to Biate L'.t sa does not aeoessauij -1 e3dLi" the opiriùn eipres?ed bj Correspondents, SATURDAY'S BIG PARADE. I To the Editor of the "Barry Dock I News." Sir,—My attention has been called to a poster issued by the Barry Pri- soners of War Committee, in which occur the words: -No connection with any other collection. Barry money .for Barry Boys," etc. Now in my opinion, and I say so in all friendliness, a British hero who is starving in Germany has as much right to a parcel of food from home as any man, be he from Barry, Cardiff, or anywhere else, and it has been the policy of the Evening Express" not to ignore any appeal from our poor fel- lows in Germany. All the prisoners of war who hail from Barry, and who are on the "Even- ing Express list, are regularly re- ceiving not only parcels of food, but cigarettes as well, and we make no dis- tinction in the treatment. Our good I friends the R.A.O.B., among others, have recognised our efforts bv organis- ing charity shows all over 7ales, and inside four months the Express has raised well over £ 5,000 for food sup- plies. There are, of course, several funds of the kind in Wales, but the Express fund has been recognised as the chief, and in confirmation of this I need only point out that we have already given substantial donations to smaller organi- sations who are pursuing the same good object- A dog-in-the-manger policy is I feel sure, the last thing the warm-hearted residents-of Barry desire. We are not out for gain; we simply desire to re- lieve the suffering of our brave lads, and if the persons responsible for the poster mentioned above have the slightest fear that Barry boys will suf- fer through the charity parade on Saturday, then I hereby promise to take over the entire list of Barry pri- soners, and send them 6/- parcels weekly.—Faithfully yours, OlIAS. A. BARNETT, Editor, Evening Express." I THE SHORTAGE OF SUGAR AT BARRY. I To the Editor of the "Barry Dock News. Dear Sir,—X should be obliged if you would insert- in your valuable paper the following in reference to the short- age of sugar, which is a source of greater worry and annoyance to the trade generally than it is to the pub- lic. 1. The Government have an absolute monopoly of the sugar, and control the supply; we do not. 2. We do not get one quarter of our usual supply, and not one-thousandth part of our present requirements. 3. Is it not reasonable to expect the public to know that we would far rather sell them 201bs. or 501bs. of sugar than lib. if we had it to sell? During my 18 years' experience of the grocery trade, in all parts of the United Kingdom, I have found that the public, for the sake of about 1:d. a pound, have insisted upon the trade purchasing German and Austrian sugar to the extent of about twenty bags to one of British, and now, either in their ignorance of the position, or thoughtlessness, expect to get a full supply. Without doubt the Govern- ment at a time like this have met the difficulty extremely well. None of us are satisfied. Certainly I am not, but the crux of the whole position amounts to this, if the British refiners had been supported in the past, there would have been far more British refiners to-day, and we should not have been left in the muddle we are. It is up to the public to remember this fact when the war is over. Then they will buy British refined sugar, and support their own country.—Yours faithfully, ERNEST WILLIAMS. ) Williams' Stores, I nflton-road.
BOXING. I RETIREMENT AT BARRY. I Walter Osborne, Maes teg, retired in tho sixth of a fifteen-round contest at Still.tvail"v Stadium, Barry Docks, on Saturday last, his opponent being Harry Higgins. Treherbert. Osborne forced the boxing from the outset, and jarred IIiggills on several occasions. The bout was of an even character, biil in the fifth ruunxl the Maesteg man re- ceived a cut on the eye, which bled pro- f [I and he retired in the next I round. 1 The chief contest next Saturday cven- ing will be one of fifteen rounds be- tween Young Beynon, Fern dale, and T). I Stanley, Blaenavon. There will be also a six-round bout between Kid I Kestrell and Young Saunders, both".of Cardiff. Mr. Tom Thomas. Barry Docks, will referee.
JAMES PAYNE, gitulptor & flffmnrotttttal ffiastrw, BARRY DOCKS. DESIGNS AND PRICES ON APPLICATION ENQUIRIES RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Works: » Private Address: LOWER MOBEL STREET. 40, JEWEL STREET.
Births, Carriages, Deaths, In Memoriam, &c. MARRIAGES. MILNER—JAMES.—On October 4th, at Jerusalem Chapel, Barry Docks, by the Rev. Howell Davies, Charles Edward, second son of Mr and Mrs F. C. Milner, to Ellen, daughter of Mr William James, Porth. TaOMAS-CAWTHORNE.-On the 3rd instant, at Holton-road English Baptist Chapel, Barry Docks, Mr Btnjamin Thomas to Miss Nellie Cawthorne, of Palmerstown-road, Cadoxton. Barry. DEATHS. BAYTON.—On the 2nd instant, at Whitchurch, Cardiff, Elizabeth, widow of the late Mr Arthur Bayton, Barry. DAVIES.—On the 1st instant, at 3, Tyllwyd- road, Newport, Mon., Mary Adelaide, wife of Sapper H. Leonard Daviea, 26, Porthkerry-road, Barry. EVANS.—On the 28th ultimo, at Hillrise, Harbour-road, Barry, Eleanor, widow of Mr B. T. Evans, aged 74 years. MAYNE.—On the 1st instant, at 109, High-street, Barry, Mrs Blanche Mayne, wife of Mr J. W. Mayne, junior. MORGAN.—On the 3rd instant, Aneurin, son of jMr W. T. Morgan, 1, Tynewydd-road, Barry Docks. WATSON.—On the 1st instant, at the Royal ILtel, Cadoxton-Barrv, Hiss Anne Elizabeth Watson, aged 76 year?. ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF SYMPATHY. MORGAN.—Mr Griff Morgan and Mr and Mrs J. Murray, Court-road, Barry Pocks, desire to acknowledge the many expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement, and for floral tributes sent. IN MEMORIAM. DYKES.—In ever loving memory of my dear Mother. Amelia Dyke?, who died October 1st, 1914 -Never forgotten by her Daughter and Son-in-law, May and Tom. LEYLAND.-In loving memory of Archibald Leyland, who was killed in action at Laventie, France, September 18th, 1915 and his brother Wilfred Brindley, killed in action at Vermalles, October 12th, 1915. Ever remembered by Father, Mother, and Brothers. -R.I. P.
1 W. H. Hooper & Co., Complete Funeral Furnishers, Embalmers, & Sanitarians, • Mourning Carriage Proprietors, 98, HIGH STREET, BARRY. WREATHS, TABLETS & CARDS. TEL.BARRY 64. All Funerals receive Personal Supervision. Our Mr. W. H. ROOPER is an Embalmer by Diploma of the Massachusetts College of Embalming, in the City of Boston, U.S.A. He is also accompanied by capable Lady Attendant. I I fTat.Telephone} Telegrams No, 128 Barry, 43aKS,Undertaker.Barry A. G. ADAMS & CO., UNDERTAKERS'- FUNERAL FU ERE& DIRECTORS 134, HOLTON ECiB BARRY DOCK Proprietors of lh most modern FnneraJ Oarriagae and Belgian Horse# kept exclusively for Funerals. I PERSONAL SUPERVISION. Every Requisite for Funerals of all Classes I with Superior Stylo and £ sono*»y imzvtry detail for Town or Country j WORKSBCPAAD KFIWK~88A, MMTH¥R»BTJIKKT W. FVANS & Co,, Sculptors and Designers. Monumental Woi-L-s- OUTSIDE CEMETERY GATES Headstones, Grosses, and Monuments in Marble, Granite, and Stone. All Stone direct from Quarries. ENQUIRIES SOLICITED. Private Address— 26, Kingsland-crescent, Barry Docks. Tel.-408 Barry Teleg ms "Gay Undertaker, Barry.' G GAY & SONS, UNDERTAKERS AND Complete Funeral Furnishers, STATION ST., BARRY DOGK. Personal Supervision. BLOOD. BLOOD. Health and Life depends upon your Bloop being Pure, Rich, and Strong. HUGHES BLOOD PILLS. HUGHES' BLOOD PILLS are most effectual in Purifying, Strengthening, and Enriching the Blood acting upon every organ of the body. They have a wonderful effect upon • Headache, Bad Liver, Indigestion, Constipation, Biliousness, Backache, Wind, Rheumatism, Piles, Fits Kidney Trouble, Skin Rash, Neuralgia, Itchings, Eczema, Boils, Nervousness. FOR WOMEN, YOUNG AND OLD, these Pills are most efficacious, and will soon relieve the ailments peculiar to every mother, wife, and daughter. I have been in great agony for weeks, with pain in my Back and Legt, with Piles, Headache, and Constipation.' I HUG HE:' BLOO!) PILLS' ara cur- ing me rapidly. TESTIMONY FROM CARDIF3. Sir, I bought a box of your valuable HUGHES BLSOirO, D PILLS. They have done me a. wonderful deal of good. I have been suffering from severe head- eche, indigestion, and very bilious, that I felt quite despondent, no heart for work I am now quite a new man after taking them. I gave a few of them to a young girl who was suffering from dieadful fits, I falling down suddenly in the street. They are doing her good also-F. WKBBBR, CAHDIKF. WARNING. When buying den'tbe deceived. Sold by Chemists and Store?, Price, including- War Tax, 1/3, 3/ 5/ or send direct to maker value in stomps or P.O. Sec that this Shape of Tfau.3 Take no other. Genuine Trade Mark, a H e,i r t. is on each box. Demand the I Sort. JACOB HUG T-IES, M.P,S„ L.D.8. Manufacturing Chemist, Penarth, CARDIFF. SALE OF DESIRABLE LEASE- I HOLD RESIDENCE. MESSRS. S. M. WILKINSON & CO., F.A.I., in conjunction with fR. ARTHUR T. HAMMOND, Have received instructions from the Public Trustee (Executor of Mrs. Jane Williams, deceased) to offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION at the BARRY HOTEL, BARRY, on THURSDAY, October 12th, 1916, at 7.30 p.m. (sub- ject to such conditions as shall be there and then read), the Well-built and pleasantly situated DWELLING HOUSE, 26, THE PARADE, BARRY. The Accommodation comprises:- Ground Floor.—Dining-room, Break- fast-room, Kitchen and usual Offices. First Floor.—Drawing-room opening on to Balcony, 2 Bedrooms, Bathroom (h. and c.), and separate w.c. Second Floor.—3 Bedrooms and large Cupboard. Nice Garden in front, small one in rear. Held under Lease 99 years, less 3 days, from May 1st, 1891. Ground Rent, X5 10s. Od. per an- num. The premises are vacant. Further particulars from J. A. Hughes, Esq., Solicitor, Barry; or the Auctioneers, 6 & 7, St. John's Square, Cardiff, and 101, Holton-road, Barry Dock. Telephones: Cardiff 1007, Barry 250 and 282. "BARRY DOCK NEWS." JM.n.n. X JL?U?iY ?! ? W 0. _H_- Small Prepaid Advertisements. Three Six Words. Once. Times. Times. 20 words 1 0 16 2 6 30 words 1 6 2 0 3 0 40 words 2 0 3 0 4 0 Each extra 10 words 0 6 10 16 General Advertisements. 1 to 4 insns. Is. 6d. per in. per insn. 4 to 6 „ Is. 3d. 77 „ 6 to 13 Is. 26' 9d. >> 52 „ 6d. 777777 1- I MANY PEOPLE 1 S Choose a pair of Glasses in the same way as they 1 S would select a hat; if the fit appears right, and they can B see in them at all*that is enough j This is a Great ??? ? MISTAKE. ?? ￼ ?.? t"f¡ J ¡ The EYE is a most delicate organ, and it needs i care and attention and IN NO CASE should Glasses 1 be worn until the EYES have beeu scientifically tested. I MY ADVICE H Is at your disposal FREE. A visit to my Sight- ■ ■ Testing Rooms will ensure Prompt and Skilful 8 I Attention. g .——-?.??-n? .j.n. m.?.. -?-?-„ ?.j I W. E. REES, 41 Post, I Pharmacist & Ophthalmic Optician, 1 238, Holton Road, BARRY DOCK. Legal and Financial Advertisements. Parliamentary Election AddreoeeB OR per inch per insertion. Prospectuses of Publio Companies, Addresses to District Council and Pariah Council Kleotors, and Notices in connection with thn sisme. aco. 4s per i.ch j itu4ti£1n.G iJacnUl I WANTED Feveral YOUNG LADIES f(;r SHOWROOM and FANCY DEPART- MENTS. Aleo IMPROVERS and APPRENTICES for MILLINERY &nd DRESSMAKING Work. roc ma.—A. H. BUCKLA^D, Draper, Holton-road, Barry Docks. PPREN'f ICE WANTED, mu?t be well educated—Apply W. E. REES, Pharmacist and Optician, 238, Hilton road, Barry Docks. W ANTED, Experienced YOUNG LADY. r" .,Ilso INIPROVEREI.-JEIZKI. Draper, I 80, High-street, Barry. D RE.,ISMAKING.-APPRBNFIC-ES WANTED I immediately.—Apply E. RoWLEDdE, 123, Broad street, Barry STRONG BOY Wanted.—Apply P. LENNOX, Grocer, Holton-road, Barry Docks. 0 FFICE BOY WANTED.-kpply in own hand- writing, "L." Barry Lock Neivs, Barry. ——tmmm———n——m—■tmm———i Situations fHantei). WANTED SITUATION for girl 14, to assist in Vv business or with Children.—Apply "B. Barry Dock News, Barry. DAILY SITUATION required, to assist in House or Business.—Apply A. B.C, Barry Dock ivews, Barry. MARRIED WOMAN requires DAILY WORK. — Apply W," Barry Dock Neivs, Barry. peases* etc.. (J 'ltt rpo LT, FURNISHED HOUSE, ?/1, X Tynewydd-road.—Apply CAPTAIN MAUGER, 65, Tynewydd-road, Barry Docks. tmxtmmxB tu l>t. FOUR ROOiVlS to let, Parlour, two Bedrooms, JL and Kitchen, io good poeiiion in Cadoxton, near Main-street. Only oue person in the House. -Apply 4, Beverley-street, Cadoxton-Barry. ^jrartnutttB Ittottb WANTED, at once, two or three large TV Unfurnished Rooma, with homely people. —Reply D.M. Barry Dock Nevis, Barry. TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS required, JL Family of two. Barry or Barry Docks.— Apply E. Barry Dock News, Barry. Jf0r alt I^OR SALE, 21, WyDdham-street. Six room JC House, bathroom, hot and cold, 17ft. frontage. £ 2 lis. ground rent. B," Barry Dock News, Barjy. itlisaUsnxistig. WANTED to purchase, FURNITURE of any W description, good or otherwise, large or small quantities Absolutely the best prices given in the district.—Note the Addre; s; M. REED, 80, Main-street, Cadoxton-Barry. A/— offered for the KEY of a suitable ±?/ DWELLING HOUSE in Barry or Bairy Docks.-78, Holton-road, Barry Docks. JLA\ offered for KEY of suitable Housa near 1 0/ offered for KEY of anitable Hous near Docks. X. Y. Ban:! Dock Neic-t, Barry. rr HEY make EGGS do Kara wood Meal (9Jd. bags) X and Karawood Poultry Spice (2d. packets) Hicxs & Co., Holton-road, Barry Docks. IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS.-EverV,, JL Mother who values the Health and Cleanliness of her Child should use HARRI- SON'S RELIABLE NURSERY POM- ADE. One application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strengthens the Hair. In Tins, 4 £ d. and 9d. Postage Id.-Geo. W. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chem- ists. Agents for Barry Docks—M. Rees, Chemist, 69a, Holton-road; and Hicks t Co., Chemists, Barry Docks and Cardiff. RT7! ?RENT. JOBBING CONTRACTOR 'J) 13, Beryl.road, Barry Docks All kinds of Repairs executed efficiently, ani with rpr-onal attention. Roofs, leakages ranges, boik-rs, floor?, drains, masonry, briok. laying, genera.! house and building repairs. GREY HAIR permanently and speedily Gr(-stored to original colour by using HARRISON'S HAIR COLOUR RESTORER. Not a dye, but by natural means acts as restorative. Conitains nothing injurious, and is beneficial to the growth and beauty of the- Hair. In bottles, price 1/6 (postage 3d ex- tra).—G. W. Harrison, Hair Specialist Reading. Agent, Barry Docks:—Mr. W. E. Rees, Chemist. RHEUMATISM. LUMBAGO.—Try URICURA jLt LINIMEKTand DROPS. Gives great Relief and most Comforting. Uricnra Drops, 1/3 j Liniment, 1/3. Chemists, or post free HAMMO-NP REMEDIES CO., Barry, Glamorgan. TOM WILLIAMS, Slater, and Plasterer, and t General Jobbing Mason, 1, Hillside Villas, Cadoxton-Barry. Ail kinds of General House Rppairs exet • All Orders promptly attended to. Estimates free. Satisfaction guarariteeo., GIBBS, LtCR?ED HOBSB 8LACGHTBBZ*' Live or dead HorceB, Cattle, &c., remov^ fiwOi Barry and district, ten miles radius.- Add«ess, 14, LFCKWITH-KCAD, CARDIFF. Nat. Tel. 3379. Orders receive prompt attention FOR YOUR POULTRY FOOD go to W. a FBIjRROUC, Newport House, Thompson Eireeb. Chick Food in 3d packcta; also loose. Agent or Caparn? znd Hyde's Bird Seed. WANTED any quancity of RAGS, BONES Tv Fat, Rubber, Lead, Sera jlron, and Metal Cash buyers of Waste Material of all description Pea and Bean Sticks for Sale. Send Post Gard.- A. E. KNILL & Co Barry Docks, (N.T. 165). MRS TAYLOR, 23. Thompson-street., B.r, par of LiwHea\ Oen t-lemon'A4 Children's LEFT-OFF CLOTHING. Alao BOaT., SHOEB, fcc. Good prioe jjivcD. Ordera promptly attended to. FURNITURE Bought and changed. Nat. No. 4S. TRIMNELL'S Pills -?ad Powders have Cured JL Thans?Bd?. Why ?ot you 1 See that you ?P' "Est?b!iEh?dl3?9'' on e?cry l&be'.—TEIMN&H The Bf«r«alii.t>, 1 i* Richmond-road Cs/di £ Aeenta Wanted. ￼ PAGE BOOK ABOUT HERBS A?D U HUW TO USE THEM; Pos6 Fro* Send for one. Trircneil, The Herbalist, 144i Richmond r ad, Cardiff. Established 18791 PLEASB NOTE THE ADDRESS. SPECIALITIES, !ndlarnbbu AppHaaoea, mas, &t. best and CheSPOSt.-TRIMNELL, TW Herbaiiat, 144, Richmond road, Qardiff, TO Prevsnt iVsud see that you get JL lS7" on every label and wrapper 011 yRIMNEI-L-S PREPARATIONS, without whoDr none are Tha Herbalist, I a*» Richmond-road. Cardiff. ARTIFICIAL LEGS, !?ht WEIGHT, STRONG ?Y. cunno:table Hands or Part Hands, Hoo^ Arnse, Crutches, Leg Irons, Spinal Apparata" Lsriiea' Belts, Trasses, Dornsn Eeli Corsets. Elastic :scookings, esc; Makers of the Steel-less Easifl* Truss; li3t free. Attendance Daily, 10 to 5 J Wednesdayj». 10 to ] Saturdays, 10 to 8. Lsay attendant. Established 1838.—At-LHIN PEAISOII Nat. Tel. 1282. Printed axi Published for the Barry Dock Newspaper and Printing Company, LimiW*' by JOHN ROVIYAND LLEWZLLYN, at flolton-rC$Ct Barry Bocks. Friday, October 6th, 1916.