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^MAHE HAPPIEST DAY OF YOUR LIFE ??6B????3? should be crowned by the thought that the symbol of your wedding joy Is the most perfect ?????????" ￼ ?.T ? m J7 that money can buy. H. Samuel's "Lucky" Wedding Rings are perfect-perfect in beauty, jW/Kkr P\ t I ^« &?' 7 perfect in their golden purity, perfect for sterling value, perfect for a lifetime's wear. ??????" /J t'?S??L Finished in all the newest Court styles.in22ct.soUd gold. Sold by weight, 10/6 to 701. st- ? ?\' -?? A HANDSOME WEDDING GIFT FREE! i N N. "u. \Wemmm An enormous selection of Diamond and Gem-set Dress and Engagement Rin?s, Buckle '???????????????B??? ? J.. Twist Rings, Signet Rings, etc., at next to Factory Pricn. Ms' ￼ A I /( I- IM^PI H QAMIIFh T. ST. MARY STREET, ???SSMMB??? By t? ￼ ￼ -IIARY STREET, Weight ) H. SAMUEL-, AIT) AT QT'rFjFN I-TRFF,P. (ARDIFF.uvwards. THE WINDSOR HOTEL, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCKS. FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL HOTEL. WINE & SPIRITS OF THE CHOICEST QUALITY. BRAIN'S FLAGON ALES AND STOUT. FIRST-CLASS BILLIARD AND ASSDWIT-ROOMS. STABLIM. AR"ORBB OF THE BRISTOL, WEST OF ENGLAND, & SOUTH WALES OPERATIVES PROVIDENT SOCIETY, THE LOYAL DAVID DAVIES LODGE G.U.O.O.F,, AND THE STEAM ENGINE MAKERS' SOCIETY 54T. TEL. 359 BARBY. T. H HILL, MANAGER. VICTORIA HOTEL, BARRY DOCKS. E. WILLIAMS, PROPRIETOR. BASSETT ARMS HOTEL FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL), HOLTON ItOAl) I BAIZIIY BOCKS, (Midway between Barry Duck una Q^oxtoa Staiioae*, SPIRITS OF THE BEST QUALITY AND WELL MATURED CHOICEST WINES AND CIGARS. WO&THINGTON'S CELEBRATED BITTER ALE ALWAYS ON DRAUGHT BILLIARDS with Burroughs and Watts' latest Improved Cushions. 4W Head Quarters of most of the Leading Societies of the District. PROPRIETOR A. J. HOPKIN. CASTLE HOTEL. BARRY DOCKS. ONLY ONE QUALITY, THE BEST. Most of the Societies of the District use the above Hotel for Meeting purpose MRS. FARMER, PROPRIETRESS. Barry Dock Hotel, 'Phone 267 Barry. Facing Barry Dock Railway Station. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. COIlERCIAL AND FAMILY. Splendid Banquet Hall for Balls, Receptions, & Dinners Special 1/6 Luncheon. Billiards, 3 Tables. HY. J. HAZELL, MANAGER. Late Manager Gower Hotel, London. B £ E £ HAMS | ? ???? ?? S?M ??S tra A Fa Jtt?& ?* ?< ? ? ?? i? Pt US «J 1 -nothing else will serve. Everywhere they are regarded as an ideal medicine. There's t t no country on the globe where they are not asked for, and the better they are known the + $ more they are appreciated. This should "give furiously to think." There must be a r.on far beyond that ari8ng from mere advertisement. Pabdctty is essential in order to ? brine any article to the notice of the world but it by no means ensures success, as the ? 2 1 aippant sometimes imagine. Success, solid and sustained, is acheved by merit aio?e The $ $ poaiSonoccapMbyBeecham'sPiUsisaBtrikingtIlustraHouofthistruth. It is sufficient ? to take them once, to become convinced of their unique value as a general and family ? medicine That is the secret of their popularity. They never disappoint anyone. They ￼ 3 effectively perform what is promised for them. Their office is to restore and preserve the $ ? health • and to those who have experienced their high efficiency, they are < 5 AN ABSOLUTE NECESSITY. | srisjr:j'.r.i' tat tbe sensible Uil6 of echa.'a Pills would put new life nto manypeolle who are new httle better than chromc mvahd.s, People ￼ appetite Ii 4m.?MneSrS!iLy? indSerent. whose liver and bowels are usually sluggish, whose blood ,s always j* I more or ￼ out of order-how oan they be well How can they be free from recnrnng headache and ?uat?bIe.laeeitudeanddepreMion? The important organs of d?tion t ilation aTe really neVer acting properly or in harmony. Under such conditions hfe $ may be bearable, but never happy, never rich, fuH joyous, snffimen^ itself, a very fountain ￼ of gladness dav by day in gloom or 8unehm8. Those who suffer from dyspepsia, ouious and J' J -6-Ssj adopt the systematic use of BEECHAM'S PILLS-a remedy of great value and small cost, which is I. WiTHÏÑHTiïERÊÃ'ÕH"oioALL.1 j SOLD EVERYWHERE IN BOXES PRICE 1/?(56 PILLS) & 2/9 (168 PILLS).$ X 7 )! ? j?. '? ? ?? EMERSO 15, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCK, FOR Repairs, Accessories, &c. j LOWEST PRICES' LOWEST PRICES- gent for SWIFTS, and ROYAL I GEAR & D RE) | The Ironmongers, I B AND Successful Housekeeping. | 1 We have a complete range of Modern Labour Saving Requisites in Stock and 1 1 we invite you to come in and see with what little expanse you can « | make your home-life easier. 9 i We would remind you of our Workshop Department for B Plumbing and Sanitary Engineering, Gasfitting, Sheet B Metal Working, and Bell Fitters. I "j 218, HOLTON ROAD, I I TELEPHONE: 174. I 1- .=- '1110 .> You may save Five Pounds per Minute By carefully Adver-Lisemetit and placing your Orders for a Piai-iofoite ci- (i:;a!J in the hands of that well-known Firm- BEVAH & COMPANY, LTD., f Jï, Ot l J I ) J Pianoforte Merchants, and Complete Furnishers, Near Empire, Queen St., CARDIFF. 97, St. Mary Street, CARDIFF. Has it ever occurred to you that Bevan and Company are not solely I dependent upon the Sale of Musical Instruments, they can save you many pounds under the usual Music Warehouse Prices. Our Leading Pianofortes for this Season are :— "THE MARVEL." Full Compass. Handsome Walnut Case 15 Guineas "THE PRINCIPALITY." Hundreds Sold. Splendid Value 28 Guineas "THE BRIGHTON." A Superb Overstrung Piano 35 Guineas THE KING." Magnificent. Often I at 60 Guineas 40 Guineas Every Pianoforte Warranted TEN YEARS. — Scores of unsolicited Testimonials for your inspection. Terms Cash, or generous Credit arrangements. Delivery free up to 200 miles from any of the Firm's numerous Branches. Catalogues gratis and post-free. FURNITURE FOR THE MILLION ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. BEVAN & COMPANY, LTD. I Branches throughout South Wales & Monmouthshire. THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED IN THE BARRT AND OADOXTON DISTRICT. « ? Furniture Carefully Removed. ?< ? .?B?. ? V&na of &H sizes kept- '? ?V. ???S?? .x?Mt?? By Honr or Contr&ot. \?? ￼ DAVID. fTTL j £ i* and Heavy Hauling done &t I >^S^^nJURN1TURE REm3VEDBYP-?0;OOR RRRAIIAIL L Moder&te Prio". -J????B.&TIMATES ??? .?T??? POSTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES DAVID PAULETT, COAL MERCHANT Court-road, CADOXTON-BARRY JFPICEB- STATION YARD & MARKET MEWS, OADOXTON. NATIONAL TBLKPHONB No. 349 Suitable Luggage CLrts kept f jr Commercials, etc. Weddings a Speciality. Grey Horses kept
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I BAHRY P'UH: COURT. .L ,.I I J it.. I T.l-l' )- I FRHLVY. J I 1) .(''> 1),. "1" 'I (' :¡' '1-'J"5 I ]? ]), ('. l'il,,)inas Davies. I PLATER'S HELPER SIMM OX ED 13 Y HIS WIFE. Martha CLives summoned her husband. George Claves, a plater's he-IpPT. f'r per- sistent cruelty. Complainant, who now live.? in Barry-road, Cadoxton, told the magistrates that she was married to the defendant on June 9th, EŒ at the Cardiff Registry Oiiice. On Xew Year's Day. she left her husband. She wns in the kitchen of her house ahout 3.30 in the afternoon of that day, when her hus- band came in and comnx'ix-ed to "thru" the things about," and called her foul names I not fit for the Court to hear. lie threw dirty water over her, and struck her with ks fist as she was stooping down. He !w
This littla maid's life was saved by Veno's Lightning Cough Cure. "I am certain that J'rno's Lightning Cou.h my child's life. She ican ahnct, on the point of suffocating with Whooping ('(.■ugh; but Veno's curcfl iirr co,)tpl(,tclt/. From Mrs. Tedds 29, New Tot?,n-road, ?cdM'ur*?. I c a 1071. T',l,e w,)nd<-rful efneaev of Veno's Litrhtning Cuugh Cure is due to the valuable curative princ-ifKes it contains, aud to their beinjr in liquid form. The only way in which curative principles can reach the breathing organs to do real good is by way of the blood stream. Inhalant preparations ean never equal a liquid medicine like Veno's Lightning Cough Cure. Doetors recognise this fact. They "do not prescribe lozenpes for serious bronchial trouble, but liquid medicines always. Awarded Grand Prix and Gold Medal, International Health Exhibition, Paris, 1910. ￼ ￼ J Fop Coughs and Colds, l Bronchitis, Asthma, 2 d 2 InHuenza, Catarrh, and all Chest and Lung Per Bottle. Troubles In old or young. Lai-ger Sizes TM surest and speediest reiiiec;,g lilt & 2/9 known. 1 VENO'S COUGH CUBE
I i tHOtSEPit011 16EIITYTIIE i property under the HAMMER AT BARRY i
— HOt'SE Pit011 16 EIIT-Y TIIE i property under the HAMMER AT BARRY. At Barry, on Friday evening List, Messrs. F.A.I., caixhif. oiiered for sale several lots of leasehold properties. Xos. 26, 2f, and Docks, let at (is., 6s., and 5s. per week res- pectively (inclusive), 'held on separate lea-sew for 09 years from May 1, 1889, at a ground rent of £2 8s. per annum, wore withdrawn. Xos. 65 and 67, Station-street, Barry Docks, let at fjs. each per week (inclusive), held for 99 years from June 24, 1889, at a ground rent of £ 5 4s. r r annum, were also with- drawn. Xos. 10 and 12, Cora-street. Barry Docks, held for 99 years from May 1, 1897. let, at 8s. (xl. per week (inclusive), at a ground rent of £ 5 5s. per annum, were .sold at £ 300 to Mr. R. Thomas, of Pontypridd. There was no bid for Xos. 4 and 5, Quarelia- i:treet, Cadoxton. held for 98 years from .1.mo 21, 188(3, at a ground rent of £ 1 per nanum, and let at :38, 6d. per week. The solicitors for the vendors of the first lot were Messrs. Thomas Phillips and Sou. Abevdare; awl in respeet of the other lots Mr. Harris Wain, Cardiff, acted.
LIST OF NEW INVENTIONS
LIST OF NEW INVENTIONS. Specially compiled for the Barry Dock News by Mr. (ieorge Darker, F.C.I.P.A. Patent Agent and Co -ulting Engineer, 77, Colmore-road, Birmingnam, from whom all further information may be obtained regard- ing the patenting of invenlions, and the registration of designs and trade marks in England and abroad. 21,318 13. J. W. Williams. Mina-r>treet. Llanelly. Brackets.—A gutter bracket hav- ing an overhanging hook is secured to the facia .boa id by a A-edge. A lip holds the gutter in place. The bracket may be strengthened by a web. 21,512,13. E. Wat kins. iVntivch. nr. Car- diff. Protectors for Picks.—A protector for the points of miner; picks consists of round or square tubular sheath of rubber, or ruh- 1)(> and canvas, closcd at one end by a tightly rolled p'ug of rubber and canvas adapted to provide, a tenacious bed for the peek and secured by nails or staples. 21.628 13. A. T. Winborn. Crunxlin, Mon. Breathing Apparatus.—The regenerative car- tridge of breathing apparatus for use in ir- respirable atmospheres or under wate". com- prises a casing with removable covers and wire gauze trays formed with ridges so as to provide passages for the aid and holders for the potash or soda. The trays may be arranged on a spindle with the ridges of con- secutive trays parallel or at right angles.