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I OUR BRAVE BARRY BOYSI
OUR BRAVE BARRY BOYS. WHO HAVE FALLEN IN THE MIDST OF THE BATTLE. CADOXTON-BARRY SOLDIER KILLED IN FRANCE. HE WAS QN THE LAST GUN AT THE DARDANELLES. The War Office on Wednesday last informed Mr. and Mrs. John Williams, of Rhondda House, Cadoxton-Barry, that their third son, Private Stanley Herbert Williams 21), of the 2nd Hampshire Regiment, was killed in action in France on Saturday last. He had been for thirteen months on active service, at the Dardanelles, in Egypt, and in France, and was on the last gun before the evacu- ation of the Dardanelles. His division had also been officially complimented for bravery in action. It is a remarkable coincidence that, although his parents had not heard from their son for tw6 or three weeks, a letter was received from him on Saturday, and was killed fighting just at the time. Mr. and Mrs. Williams have had their five sons in the Colours since the outbreak of war. The eldest, Mansell Henry, is with ther Royal Garri- son Artillery in France; the second, Alfred, was discharged disabled from severe wounds the third, Stanley, now killed the fourth, Wyndham, in train- ing with the A.S.C. in London and the youngest, William, is in the Royal Navy, having recently been home on leave. OTHER BARRY SOLDIERS FALLEN INACTION. On Monday, Rifleman W. I. Morgan (14016), and Rifleman A. Young (2390), of the Rifle Brigade, both, of Barry, wore officially reported wounded. Tuesday's list of wounded contained the names of Rifleman J; H. Davies (375), Rifleman R. Haines (221), Rifle- man F. Leay (194), Rifleman T. Phipps (205), Rifleman E. Searle (1044), and Rifleman W. J. Westcott (192). of the Rifle Brigade, all belonging to Barry.
CHURCH AND HOSPITAL FUNCTION
CHURCH AND. HOSPITAL FUNCTION. NOVEL AUCTION SALE AT ST. ATHA-N. Mr. S. H. Byass, J.P., Llandough Castle, opened a novel auction sale at the Church Hall, St. Athan, on Wed- nesday last, the proceeds being in aid of Barry Island St. JAii Military Hospital and the building fund of St. Athan Church Hall. The sale con- sisted of an interesting jumble collec- tion, for which there were a large number of entries, comprising, in addi- tion to an engraving by Bartolozzi, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, ten pigs, donkey, geese, fowls, potatoes, corn and wheat, jolly boat, lawn moweT, motor horn, dog kennel, and the inevitable col-lection of old clo'. There was a large, attendance of the public, including a number of the gentry of the district, special trains being run from (Barry and the Vale. The visitors took the liveliest interest in the novel proceedings. Mr. D. O. Watts, P.A.S.I., Cowbridge, was hon. auctioneer. There were teas in the Hall, and a grand concert in the evening, the pro- gramme being taken part in by Miss E. John, Miss Good, the Misses Davies, Miss J. Hopkins, Messrs. 1. Deere, D. ■Hopkins, E. Hopkins, H. Williams, etc. Mrs. Byass, Colonel Herbert Lewis and Mrs. Lewis, and Dr. Budge and Mrs. J. C. Pardoe, from the Barry St. John Hospital, were present with a number of wounded soldiers. The funds of the two deserving ob- jects benefited largely by the success of the function, which was so ably pro- moted by the Rector-of St. Athan. the Rev. G/Jenkins, and a committee of parishioners.
PARCELSFOR THE SOLDIERS
PARCELS-FOR THE SOLDIERS. As tho facilities offered by the Asso- ciation fur forwarding parcels to men on active service has become better known, the relatives and friends of sol- diers are showing their appreciation by now forwarding parcels in greater numbers. The parcels are made up into bales at the depot. Up to the pre- sent 110 bales have been despatched. Where there are a number of small parcels for any particular unit a bale is despatched at once, but occasionally, where there are not a sufficient number of parcels, it has not been possible to make a bale. Every parcel iif I-Ilbs. or more which is handed jy¡j. is des- patched i m m e d i a t e 1 y. The depot is open for receipt of par- cels every Tuesday ffom 11 a.iii, to 4 p.m, Bales are. despatched not only to France, but to Egypt, Salonika, and India. The charge made, to cover thfr cost of packing and printing, is 4d. for Tibs., and an additional charge of Id*, per lb. is made for heavier packets. Full particulars can be had by any relatives or friends of men on foreign service on application to the Depot, 28, Dock View-road, Barry Docks.
"THE PERFECTION OF PROTECTION." A King-Tailored Overcoat. jiS!f [DON'T PAY MORE FOR NO MORE, OR AS MUCH FOR LESS JB ? i ??t T?XACTING, shrewd, appre- ? ? ?3tn?Sj ciative Britain— as one J? ? ? ?N mt man-has 0. K'd King Tailoring, i L- its style is liked, its soun d ness,, fiHr/l ?s air of satisfactoriness. Ht??aKaHj t ? ■*$!/ ? STEWART COAT IS jt scmethiug to be proud ??? ? t ? of—and for a long time? Suits, Overcoats, Raincoats, f 30/- 35/6 39/? And at intermediate and higher prices. otewarts I 85a, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY. J 135 Branches London to Aberdeen.
FESTIVAL OF THE HARVEST ATI ST AIDANS JOADOXTON
FESTIVAL OF THE HARVEST AT I ST. AIDAN'S, JOADOXTON. The third of the series of harvest thanksgiving services in connection with the Churches in Cadoxton Parish was held on Wednesday last at St. Aidan's Church, Cadoxton-Barry, and were, as heretofore, well attended. The services opened with celebration of holy communion at 7.30 a.m., the Rev. Ifor Davies being the celebrant. The Church was well filled. a Evensong; the service was hearty and impressive, and the singing devotional and effec- tive. The decorations of the sacred edifice for the occasi-on were tasteful and attractive, and offerings of the har- vest, sent by the Churchpeople of Cadoxton, were afterwards sent as gifts to the Red Cross Hospital for Wounded Soldiers. The preacher was the Rev. Gilbert Thomas, M.A., vicar of Bonvilstone.
BENEFIT WHIST DRIVE AND DANCE AT BARRY
BENEFIT WHIST DRIVE AND DANCE AT BARRY. A successful Whist Drive and Cin- derella Dance was held at the Masonic Hall, Barry, on Wednesday evening last. The event was attended by a large gathering, and was in aid of the Barry Red Cross Hospital. In the whist drive valuable prizes were won by players for the best scores.
BARRY WOMENS AUXILIARY I MEETING I
BARRY WOMEN'S AUXILIARY I MEETING. —- I Mr. W. H. Griffiths, the singing evangelist-, who has been conducting a special mission at Barry Docks throughout -the week, addressed the Women's Auxiliary meeting at Dinam Hall on Wednesday afternoon, when a large gathering of the public was pre- sent. The meeting was followed by a faith tea, to which a large number sat down.
ASSAULTATARMS FOR THE I BARRY MILITARY HOSPITALS
ASSAULT-AT-ARMS FOR THE I BARRY MILITARY HOSPITALS. The committee of Barry May Horse Show will hold a meeting at the Wind- sor Hotel this evening (Thursday), at eight o'clock, to promote an assault-at- arms for the benefit of the Barry Red Cross and St. John Military Hospitals. —— )
ITO OUR READERSi
I TO OUR READERS. 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 their news- agent to deliver or reserve for them every .weo? a copy of the "Barry Dock News."
WEDDING CARDS OF IQI f CHOICEST DESIGNS AND ARTISTIC EXECUTION MAY BE OBTAINED AT TBK 'Barry Dock News,' Holton road, Barry Docks. Cards can supplied the same day as ordered. Holton-road Baptist Clmrcii, Barry Docks PREACHER, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29th, MORNING 11, EVENING 6.30. The Rev. D. PUGH BEVAN, TORT TALBOT. I —————— THE MOST —————— B 1 PERFECT PAINT N Experience can make or money can buy, is the H CAMBRIAN BRAND ID (of Guaranteed Materials) Sfl IN 54 RICH STRONG COLOURS. Ask your Ironmonger, or M Decorator to show you I ) t the Cambrian Paint I < Tint Card. LI )H See that the name aft S CAMBRIAN BRAND is S on the tin, and ensure 4^ absolute satisfaction. I 1 lumrtmia 8 Y ■ L I JAMES RUDMAN, BRISTOL Tel.-408 Barry Teleg ms "Gay Undertaker, Barry.' G. GAY & SONS, UNDERTAKERS AND Complete Funeral Furnishers, STATION ST., BARRY DOCKS. Personal Supervision. I JAMES PAYNE, gcttlptor &: crnttmtnhd ttgan. BARRY DOCKS. DESIGNS AND PRICES ON APPLICATION KNQUIBIES RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Works: Private Address LOWER MOREL STREET. 40, JEWEL STREET. I
Births, Carriages, Deaths, In Memoriam, &e. BIRTHS. ADCOCK.—On the 22nd instant, at the Industrial School, Dinaa Powis, the wife of Mr ). Irving Adcock, a son. SILVER WEDDING. LIDDIATT—BALL.—On October 29th, 1891. at Thornburv Congregational Chnroh, by the Rev. D. D. Evans, Alfred Charles Liddiatt, to Miriam Ball, youngest daughter of the late Daniel Ball, Porch House, Crossways, Gloucestershire.- Now residing at 61, Court-road, Barry. DEATHS. BEYNON.—On the 23rd instant, at the Carlton Cafe, Paget-road, Barry Island, Betty, brloved only danghter of Mr W. and Mrs R. Beynon, aged 24 yeari;Funeral Friday, leaving residence at 2.30 p.m. for Barry Cemetery. Gentlemen only. Friends please accept this the only intimation. ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF SYMPATHY. HARRIS.—Mr William Harris 52, Pjke-street, Barry, and Family wich to tender thanks for the many kind messages of sympathy received in their recent sad bereavement. and Mr* Witlliam Williams, 56, George-street, Barry Docks, wish to thank their many ftiends for their kind exprefisions of sympathy in tbeir recent pad bereavement. IN MEMORIAM. BURrON.—In loving memory of my dear son, Private Eddie Burton, of 11, Weavo- -terrace, Barry, who died cf won; d* in France, on October 18th, 1915. Sadly missed by his loving Mother, Father, and Sister, RYALL,—Killed in action, Oc'o'er 3rd, 1915, Gunner Walter James Ry:tll, dea-ly beloved only eon of Mr George Ryall, 12, Glebe-street, Cadoxton-Barry. In the field of battle ha bravely tiok his place, He fought and died for England, aud the honour of his race He sleeps not in his native land, but neath a foreign eky, And in a valiant hero's grave he lies. SEAGRIM.—In loving memory of Bessie Seagrim. who passed away October 23rd, 1911, at 5, Bell- streefc. Milifield, (Sunderland. Five yeprg have passed since that tad day, When one we loved was called away, Her loving voice, bor emiling face, No one cau fill dear mother's placp. Ever remmbered by Husband and Children.
,I I W. H. Hooper & Co., Complete Funeral Furnishers, Embalmers, & Sanitarians, Mourning Carriage Proprietors,1 ( 98THIGH STREET, BARRY. WREATHS, TABLETS & CARDS. TEL.:—BARRY 64. AU Funerals receive Perianal Supervision. Our Mr. W. H. HOOPER 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. —" ) 1 Nat.Tolophone i Telegrams: No. 138 Barry. Ldame, Underteker, Barry A. G. ADAMS & CO., UNDERTAKERS! FUNERAL FURNISHERS & DIRECTORS 134, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCK Proprietors of the most modern Funeral Carriages and Belgian Boree. kept exclusively for Funeralii. PERSONAL SUPERVISION. Every Requisite for Funerals of all Classes with Buperior Style and Soonomy its very detail for Town or Country Workshop and Mews—6ga, MBBTBTH BTBPB? W. FV ANS & Co., 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 AddreFe- 36, Kingsland-ereseent, Barry Docks. -+- "BARRY DOCK NEWS." Small Prepaid Advertisements. Three Six Words. Once. Times. Times. 20 words 1 0 16 2 6 80 words 1 6 2 0 3 0 40 words 2 0 3 0 4 0 Each extra 10 words 0 6 10 1 6 j 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 I see in them at all, that is enough. ■ Thl*s is a Great, IVIISTAKE. X \w li The EYE is a most delicate organ, Rnci it needs care and attention and IN NO CASE should Glasses ft be worn until the EYES have been scientifically tested. I | MY ADVICE J Is at your disposal FREE. A visit to my Sight.. I g Testing Rooms will ensure Prompt and Skilful II Attention. W. E. REES, 8[.P.S, | j Pharmacist & Ophthalmic Optician, I I 238, Holton Road, BARRY DOCK. I General Advertisements. 1 to 4 insns. Is. 6d. per in. per insn. 4 to 6" Is. 3d. 11 77 6to 13 „ Is. >> i) 26 It 9d. • >> 72 62 „ 6d. Legal and Financial I Advertisements. Parliamentary Election Addresses 6e per inch per inser Pro ipvtuses of Publio Companies, Addresses to District Council and Pariah Counoil Electors, and Notices in connection with the asime. occ. 4a per iach itn4ticns tht.canI APPRENnCE WANTED, must be well J.JL eduoated,-Apply W. E. REES, Pharmacist and Optician, 238. Utlcon road, Barry Docks. WANTED, smart YOUNG LADY, also W APPRENTICE.-Apply SELLEY, 65, Holton-road, Barry Docks. D RESSMA KING. -APPRENTICES WANTED immediatsly.—Apply E. ROWLEDGE, 123, Broad-street, Barry WANTED, Strong LAD, age about 15. Good W Wages given.—J. DAVIES AND SONS, Boot Factors, Barry Docks. WANTED, young GIRL, just Ipaving school, VV for CASH DESK.-JONBS & Co., Drapers, Barry Docks. PAItETIME AGENCIES, ASSURANCE, all branches, Male ineligible, or Female. Splendid terms, good tables.—Apply H.O. Barry Dock News, Barry. WANTED, good GENERAL.—Apply COLLINS. TV Ardmoyle, 24, Barry-road, Cadoxton- Barry. L ADIES'TAILOR -APPRENTICES WANTED JLJ at once. No premium if smart girls. Also IMPROVERS.-Mp.s TOMLINSON, 39, Broad- street, Bury. TRUSTWORTHY refined GIRL WANTED, to JL take Children out daily.—8, Park-road, Barry. •HpunmtntB tü '£. rpo LET, FURNISHED BEDROOM and A SITTING-ROOM.—5, St. Nichola@-road, Barry. Ilpartttunte letentefc W ANTED Two UNFURNISHED ROOMS, vv between Barry and Barry Docks, for one ady.—Apply M. Barry Dock News. Barry. or $air USEFUL CART HORSE, and HARNESS LJ FOR SALE, 15 hands, Flagon Trade paBt three year#.—Addrees SHIP HOTKL, Barry. FOR SALE,"3^- h.p. MOTOR CYCLE, recently JL. overhauled. New outer cover and tube Ready to ride away. Bargain 416. Apply, after 5 p.m., 45, Tynewydd-road, Barry Docks. ifttaaUanamB. WANTED two or three GALVANISED IRON, W BINS (Second-hand). State size, price, &c.c H. Barry Dock News, Barry. WANTED to Purchase, Second hand LARGE, TV PRAM.—Apply with price and particulars to S," BaN!1 Dock News, Barry. NOTE Economy, KARSWOOD SPIUE. cot- taining grpund insects. 2). cabkt t supplies 12 hens one week.—STABK, 237, Holton. road, Barry Docks. 1T7ANTED, SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. W large or &ma!I quantities for CASH. Beet piio 8 niven.—MABON, &5, 88, Main-street, 1 C&dcxtcn Carry. IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS.— JL Mother who values the Health [lot Cleanliness of her Child should use HARIT" SON'S RELIABLE NURSERY pOl'} ADE. One application kills all Nits ncr Vermin, beautifies and strengthens the In Tins, 41d. and 9d. Postage ld.-Geo.. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Cheri" ists. Agents for Barry Docks ReeSf Chemist, 69a, Holton-road; and Hicks a Co., Chemists, Barry Docks and Cardiff. f RXJ1 ORENT. JOBBICNG CWTR??-c J.. JL? 13, Beryt ro&d, Barry D? All kinds of Repairs executed efficiently, 00 1 with perponal attention. Roofs, leakai rang-os. boilers, floor*, drains, masonry, bric" laying, general house and building repairs. GREY HAIR permanently and Bpee4? Grestored to original oolour by uri"4?' HARRISON'S HAIR COLOUR REStOBB? Not a dye, but by natural means acts restorative. Contains nothing injurious, ?' is beneficial to the growth and beauty of ￼ Hair. In bottles, price 1/6 (postage 3d e. tra).-G. W. Harri?on. Hair SpeCla Ii' Reading. Agent, Barry Docks:—Mr. W. Rees, Chemist. R.HELTMATISM, LUMBAGO.-Try URIOTJJJ. LINIMENTand DROPS. Give. great ReJ and most Comforting. Uricura Drops, I Liniment, 1/3. Chemists, or post free HAM»0^ REMEDIES Co., Barry, Glamorgan. TOM WILLIAMS, Slater, and Plasterer, General Jobbing Mason, 1, Hillside Vill Cadoxton-Barry. All kinds of General ElOto Repairs exet. All Orders promptly attende to. Estimates free. Satisfaction guaranteed. GIBBS, LICENSED HOKBB BLAUGBTØ' ?r Lireorde?d Hcraea, Cattle, &0., re'oo? frGm Barry and distriot, ten miles raditill, t, Address, 14, LECKWITH-ROAD, CARDIFF. Not' Tel. 3379. Orders receive prompt attention FOR YOUR POULTRY FOOD go to W. FBURROUGH, Newport House, Thomp? street. Chick Food In 3d packets also Agent or Capsrne and Hyde's Bird Seed.. WANTED any quantity of RAGS, BON? VV Fat, Rubber, Lead, Sera ?Iron, and Me? Cash buyers of Waste Material of all deeoript Pea and Bean Sticks for Sale. Send Poet Oar' A. E. KNILL & Co Barry Dock. (N. T. 185). MRS TAYLOR, 28, Thompson-street, ?'? l?JL Uoc?pnrchs?'n of Ltkl lee', Gentlemen' Children's LEFT-OFF CLOTHING. Also BOO"# SHOES, ?c, Gcod price ?iven. Orders prompt Gtcded to. FURNITURE Bought and e ohanged. Nat. Tel., No. 46. TRIMNELL'S PiUs and Powders have Oa? JL Thoas&nda. Why not yon ? See that yO I Eaiablibhed 1879 on every la.bel.-TBlJlNf,. The Eerbahat. ?4 Ricmond-rC&d C?" Agents Wanted. fiA PA(E BOOK ABOUT HERBS A? U?b HOW TO USE THEM; Post JJJf Send for me. Trimnell, The HerbaHat, 144t Richmond r:ad, Cardiff. Esbablished 1?' PLEASE NOTE THE ADDRESS. SPECIALITIES, Indiarnbber Applianoee, ? ?) mM, &3. beet ?nd ob?ap?et.—TMMNBI'I'' Tbi Berbalifit,144, Riohmonl-zoad, Cardiff. rpO Prevent Ffaud see that you get" Establilb X 1879 on every label and wrappe* TRIMNELL'S PREPARATIONS, without Wbiop none are genuine. -TP.IMN E:Ll,, The Ilerbalist, Richmond-road. Cardiff. ARTIFICIAL LEGS, light weight, "tro? Acorafortable; Hands or Part Hands, ￼ Arms, Crutches, Leg Ir?ne, Spinal Apparft^j# Ladiea' Belts, Trusaee. Domen Belt Corsets, ?*?« Stockings, etc Makers of the 8teel.leSB B!»8' Truss: list free. Attendance Daily, 10 to •( Wednesdays, 10 to 1 Satar?ys, 10 to 8. iAo, attendant. Established 1838.—AHEN Pa??' 23, Charles-street, C ardiff. Nat. Tel. 1282. Prinbed ad Published for the Barry Newspaper and Printuig Company, by JOHN ROWLAND N, at Flolbon-Ios o Barry Docks. Friday, October 27th, 1916*