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LOCAL DISTRICT NEWS i i v I i
LOCAL & DISTRICT NEWS i 'i v GADOXTON. F. T. MOSPFORD AXD Co., LTD., Monr'n-'cnt&l Newp' L .rry and Brinen(, We c&rry the largest ?t:ck ia Wales &nd are the mosc reliable.—Vide Mail. BARRY DOCKS. W. SMLLEY, The Tobacccniat Pnd New-,agent ia open to "upp!y Shops with large or smalt Pareel-3 at r&ck bottocn pric??.—259s.ri(1 63, Holton-ríJ!'IJ. B:rry Doek. Price Li'ton applica- tion. Tel. 85. 8EAXiH.\S I:,STITU1!<" NFAR RAILWAY AKrH, 80BWAY-&D., BAR!
BARRY JUNIOR UNIONISTS DANCE
BARRY JUNIOR UNIONISTS' DANCE. The members of the Barry Junior Unionist Asaociadoa b.!d a 8ucce3f111 da.n:e f.t St. Man.'d Hall. B.trry Dock." on Wednesday evening 1a.t. Mr LesHe C!e\'crdon was M.C., and riiusic t'cr the dance, which was duatnined till t,be early boun of the morning, supp!i?d by Mi-a B. Jou&s, Master nart'y Beynon gave 90:jgs and daccea at interval:
CARDIFF EMPIRE EXT WEEK
CARDIFF EMPIRE ,EXT WEEK. At the Cardiff Empire next week thf programme will be headed by Arthur Prince, the greatest ventriloquist. Framia and Alfred will appear in a cle\t;f juggling cou,,ely, and Fftd Dytr. the tinging boxer, with the latest eougs Otbar a.rtÏ!;te wit! be Bertha Etuart. Fieiding and Hnit, the Ar,uotllè TrLiape, Rhoda Pul. :tcd VioL't E:'aex.
BARRY URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. APPOINTMENT OF PEACH INSPECTOR AND BOATMAN. A PPLICATIONS a'e i'.vited for the pos? of J? RKAf'M INSPECTOR and BOATMAN at HAY for the en-u:ng !Sea"cn, at the waare of 3. and :!lIj, per week respectively. AppUcann rnmt. be good 3.vim'n?ra and ah!e to manage a boat. Applioationp, stating age, experience and present occupation, and eudoreed ''Beach Inspector" or Boatman' (-is the case may be), to be sent to the undermpntionfd, together with copies of two rfcent testimonials, not later than 12 o'clock nooaon Alonday, tht: 27E h April, M)1L T. B. TORDOFF, Ctcrk. Council Ofnoes, Barry. BARRY URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. TO REFRESHMENT CATERERS, ETC. fVIENDERS !.re invited for the TEXAXCY of JL of the KIOSK at ROMILLY PARK for the SALE of REFRESHMENTS, etc. Particulars and forma of tender may be ntained at the Clerk's OfHce, Council Offies, Holton-road. Tender?, endorsed Kiosk," to be gent to the undermentioned not hter than 12 o'clock noon on Monday, the 27th, April 13]4. The highest or any tender not recessarily &cepted. T. B. TORDOFF, Clerk. BARRY URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. APPOINTMENT OF ATTENDANT AT MEN'S BATHING HOUSES. A PPHCATIONS are invited for the post of ?nL ATTENDANT at the MEN'S BATHING HOUSES, WHITMORE BAY, for the ensuing Season, a& the wage of 3
Birtbs, arriages, De&ths, In Memonam, &c. BIRTHS DAWE5.—C)n the 14th instant, &t Sunnyside. fl'l!, Barry Dock: the wife of Mr. A. E. Diwps.of ason. GEORGE.—Oti th.: 6tb instant, at 4, Pontypridd- etreet, C,-tdoxton-B,trry, the wife of Mr. W. neorsre. engineer, of a, daughter. GRtFFITHS.—On the 12h ins ant, at Broo! etreet, Barry Docks, the wife of Mr Richard Griffith, carpenter, of a daughter. SUAW.—On the 13t.h instant, at 17, ]Bassett- ptrpec. Harry Dock", the wife of Mr Chariea Sha.w, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. EO WE:STROXG,-On the 13th instant, at St. Paul's Church. Barry, by the RLv. D. WeatheriD.L.Th., rector, Mr Percy Maneneid Bowen to Miss Helena Frances Strong, both of 119, High-street. Barry. CROUCH—BROOKS.—On the 13th instant, at St. Mary's Church, Barry Docks, by the Rev. J. S. Longdon, M.A., rector, Mr. W. E. Cfou h to Miss Flossie Brooks, both of Barry Dock,. CULLES—MARSH.—On the 13.h iustant, at ths Parish Church. Cadoxton-Barry, by 'he Rr;v. Ifor Davies, Mr Joseph Francis Culli-\n to Mias Strah Marsh, both of G, Beverley.stre t, L'adoxton-Barry. DOUGHIY—TURNER.—On April 14th, at Cadoxton-Barry Parish Church, by the Rev. J. S. Longdon, M.A., rector, Albert A. Doughty, only eon of the late Captain T. Doullhtv, of CardiB, and Eliubeth Ward, of Northwood. Llanishen, to Elizabeth Oetavia Turner, eighth uaugbtcr of the l.tte John and Mary Turner, Home Farm. Pinhce, Duvcn. JAMES—'MOORE.—On thP i3th imtant, rJ.. Sr. Paul's Chcrch, Br.rj', by the Rev. D. Weatherni, rector, Mr Thom:s Jame?, 1'i, Riglan stret-t, ( Newport, Men.. to Mies MAry Ana Moorp, .J 7, Qigh-st'eet.Barry. JAMES—PRETHEROE.—On the 9th inatant, at Jerusalem W.!I-h Methodist Church, Barry nccka. hy the Rev. IIowel! Pavie", B.Sc., Mr Bert J.mic?, son of Mr. David James, .')H, Wyndbam-'treet to Miea An;:eli!.a Prctheroe, daughter of Mr. MeweHyn Prftherop, 17, 31aesScwm-treet, both of Barry Dock". HARRI'=—nOPKINS.On the 13-h intant, at Cadcxt.ou Parish Church, by the R'v. ifor D.tvie- cur.tte, Mr Frederick Char'es Jhrri" to Miss Sarah Hopkin", both of D3, Dock View- mad. Harry Docks. LEWtS—HDWARDS.—April llth, at Trinity PicibytEria,i Church. Barry, by the Rev R. Norman Ed;\ardi', P. A., B.D.. brother of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Christmas J. Lewis, P. A pastor, Mr Tvm W., second son of the late ?.tr and Mrs Thomas Lewis, Vale View, Sandyuroft, to Katie, daughter of Mfand Mrs D.tvid Edward- Pen y-Bryn, Bury. TAMLYN—TILNEY.—Oa the 13.h instant, at Stow HHI \ea!eyan Church, Newpott, Mon., hy the Rev. R. Lwir3. pa?tor, Mr \a!ter Tamlyn, baker and confecHoner. 73, Station-street, to Miss Pear! E. Tilney, bcth of Station-street, Barry Docks. DEATHS. DAVlES.—On the Ssh instant, Mr Evan Davief, assistant-master. Hotton-road Boys' Council 8choo], Barry Docks, and of Danvhryn, PenywErn-road, Neath. agfd 40 years.—Interred at Cadoxton-Neath on the H!ch. LAWRENCE.—Oa the 9.h instant, at CardiS Infirmary, Mr Charles Lawrence, of '23. Hoitcn-rcad, Barry Docks. ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF SYMPATHY. BELT. -Mr and Mrs Belt. of 75. Court-road, Barry Dockf, desire to thank their numerous friends for the great kindness showti to them in their recent sad bereavement. RICHARDS.—Mr and Mrj Richards, 58. Thomp- son-street, Barry Docks, desire to thank all kind friends for floral tributes, and messages of condolence sent in their recent sad bereavement. IN MEMQRIAM. LANGFORD.—In loving memory of our dfar daughter, Ehie, who pifsed away April Lïh, 1912. Two years have parsed since that sad d,,ty, When one we loved was called away Her loving voice and smiling face, Not one can 611 our dear one's p)ace. Fondly remembered by Father and Mother. )
Nat.Telephone: Telegrams: No. 128 Barry. Adams, Undertaker. Barry A. G. ADAMS & CO., UNDERTAKERS' FUNERAL FURNISHERS & DIRECTORS 134, ROLTON R(A3 BARRY DOCK ProprictorHof the moat modern Fansr&I Carriage& and Belgian ilorsep- kept exclusively for FanerRiB. PERSONAL SUPERVISION. Every Requisite for Funerals of all Classes u)ithSu,perit)r Style a,-id lJctI7,»ty i,, t'e"y dt,tail /'f7' ,7 (}"1/.rj,tr,l w "'—— Workshop and ew8-66a, ME]tTHfx-fsiux-Kr W. H. Hooper & Co., Complete Funeral Furnishers, EmMmers, & Sanitarians, MourciDg' Carriage Proprietors, 98, HIGH SIREET, BARRY. WREATHS, TABLI,:TA, & CARDS. TEL.:—BARRY 04. All P¡wCI'als rffftrc Perso)!al S1Ipc?,'risi(m. Our TMr. W. H. HOOPER i" an Emba!nier by Dipioma of the Massachusetts College of EmlJalming-, in the City of Boston, U.S A. He ia also accumpa.nied by capable Lady Attendant. j j MR. A. T. HAMMOND, I Auctioneer, Valuer, House and Estate Agent.! PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. MR. A. T. HAMMOXD 1\ is favoured with instructions to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at an early date, a large 1 quantity of XEW AXD WELL-MADE FURNITURE. being the surplus stock of a Furniture }[allu- !I facturer. Catalogues will be available shortly. Full particulars will appear next week. Entries invited. PH ELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. JMPORTANT PROPERTY SALE. MR. A. T. ILL\D[OD is favoured with instructions to SELL by PUHLIC AUCTION, at an earlv date. at tho I;AR)!Y HOTEL, BARRY, the following valuable LEASEHOLD RESIDENCES AND DWELLING-HOUSES: Lot 1.—AU that well-built and centrally- situated Villa. No. 33, KINGSLAND- C DESCENT, BARRY DOCK, held for 99 years from 1st May, 18S9, at an annual ground rent of £3 10s., let at 10/6 per week inclusive. Lot 2.-All that convenient and well-built Corner Vi)la. together with stable at rear, No. 137. WOODLAND-ROAD, BARRY DOCKS, held for 99 years from 1st May, 1S<)7. at an annual ground rent of £3, let at 14'- per week inclusive. Lot 3.-A1! that substantially-builb and well-situated Villa, No. 157, GLADSTONE- ROAD, BARRY DOCKS, held for 99 years from 1st May, 1898, at an annual ground rent offals. 10d..letatl0/- per week inclusive. Lot 4.—AI! that excellent and well- appointed residence known as MEATH LODGE," ROMILLY-ROAD. HARRY, held for99ycarsfrom25tliMarch.l889.aban annual ground renb of ;65 12s. Lots 5, 6 and 7.—All those three well-built and convenient Dwelling-houses, Nos. 59. 6] 6; GLAMORGAN-STREET. BARRY, held for 99 years from 1st May. 1891, at an annual ground rent of JE3 each. let at 8;' per week each inclusive. Lot 8.—All that well-built and convenient Dwelling-house, No. 65. GLAMORGAN- STREET. BARRY, held for 99 years from 1st May. 1891, at an annual ground rent of .C3 2s., let at 8/ per week inclusive. Lots 9. 10 and 11.—All those three wcll- built and convenient Dwelling-houses Nos 67. 69. 71. GLAMORGAN-STREET, BARRY. held for 99 years from 1st Mav. 1891. at an annual ground rent of £3 2s. Od., C3 2s. Od.. and £3 4s. 6d. respectively. ]pt at 8/6 per week each inclusive. Lots 5 to 11 will nrst be offered together. For further particulars appiv, as to Lots 1. 2 and 3, to A. Jackson, Esq.. Solicitor. Metropolitan Bank Buildings. Barry Docks; as to Lot 4. E. J. Thomas. Esq.. Solicitor. Holton-road, Barry Docl;s; a.stn Lots;')tn 11, Messrs. Morgan. Francis. Stantonand ParnaH. Solicitors. C.Itepstow; or as to the whole of the Lots to the Auctioneer. 101 Holton-road, Barry Docks. Telephone 250. BLOOD. BLOOD. Health and Life depends upon your Blood being Pure, Rich, and Strong. M&HES' BLOOD PILLS. HUCHES' BLOOD PILLS at-emcFteScctuaiin Putlfyiug. Strengthening. and Hnriching the Blood, acting upon every organ of the body. They have a woil-dcrful effect upon Headache, Bal Liver, Indigestion, Constipation, \Vind, Rheumntism, 1'iie?, Fits Kidney Trouble, Skin Rash, Neuralgia, Itohings, Eczema,, Boils, Nervousues! FOR WOMEN, YOUNG AND OLD, these Pi'ls are most. effilaciolls, and will soon relieve the ailments peculiar to every mother, wife, and daughter. 'I have been in great aony for weeks, wiLh pun in my Back and Legs, with Pile?, Headache, and Constipation.' 'HUGHES'BLOOD PILLS' are cur- ing me rapidly.' TESTIMONY FROM CARDIFF. Sir, I bought a bf