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I HOCKEY. BARRY LADIES v. PORT TALBOT LADIES. At Barry Islard; bully off 2,45 p.m. BUSINESS AS USUAL. I Mr. Arthur T. Hammond wishes to state that his business is carried on as usual by a competent staff during his absence. MR. A. T. HAMMOND, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT. LARGE HOUSES TO LET. Attractive Residence. Barry, standing in own grounds of about three acres. Country Residence, Pencoedtre. Tynewydd House, Tynewydd-road, Barry Dock. Delightfully situated. "Highmead," Romilly-road, Barry. BUSINESS AND OTHER PREMISES TO LET. Offices, Holton-road, Barry Dock. Small Hall, Broad-street, Barry. Business Premises, Vere-street. Well-appointed Stable to Let, Barry. Yard and Buildings, Barry Dock. Large Hall, Bassett-street. Suitable for Brake Proprietor, Furniture Remover, etc. Twelve excellent stalls, two loose boxes, etc. Lock-up Shop, Barry. Lock-up Shop, Barry Island. PROPERTY FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. Two Houses, Cora-street, Barry Dock. Two Houses, St. Oswalds-road, Cadox ton Barry. Seven Houses, Glamorgan-street, Barry. House. Cadoxton Common. Two Freehold Cottages, The Merch, Cadox- ton-Barry. Kingsland-crescent.Barry Dock. Harbour-road, Barry. Maesycwm-street, Barry Dock. Evelyn-street, Barry Dock. Barry-road, Barry Dock. Rverard-street, Barry Dock. George-street, Barry Dock. Hannah-street, Barry Dock. Broad-street, Barry. Seven Houses, Kathleen-street, Barry. Three Houses, Porthkerry-road. Three Houses, Upper Pyke-street. Flora-street. Various Business Premises. BUILDING LAND. Twenty-four Acres of Freehold. Buildiing Sites, Court-road. Building Sites, Tynewydd-road. Building Sites, Barry-road. Building Sites, Romilly Park. Building Sites, George-street. Building S'tes, Castleland-street. BUSINESS TRANSFER AGENCY. Tobacconist and Fancy Goods, Barry Island, jMO. Butcher and Greengrocer, Barry, E40. Wholesale and Retail Bakery, Ba.rry, £400. Grocery and Confectionery, Barry Dock, -250. Tobacconist and Fancy Goods, Barry Dock, £ 300. First Class Laundry, Barry Dock, JB160. Grocery, Barry Dock, CIOO. Grocery, High-street, Barry. £2,15. AUCTION AND ESTATE OFFICE, 101, HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCKS. Telephone: 250 and 282. WEDDING CARDS OF THB CHOICEST DESIGNS t AND ARTISTIC EXECUTION MAY B3 OBTAINED AT THE 4Barry Dock News/ Holton road, Barry Docks. j Cards can bo supplied the same day as ordered. _n" "BARRY DOCK NEWS." Small Prepaid Advertisements. ￼ o Three Six Words. Once„ Times. Times. 20 Words. 0 9 1 3 2 0 30 Words 10 1 9 2 6 40 Words. 1 6 2 9 3 6 Each extra 10 words 0 4 0 8 1 0 General Advertisements. I to 4 infcorbione Is 6d per inch per insertion 4 to 6 Is 3d to ti 6 to 13 — la 26 I* • <• 9d 9) j j 52 o 6d Legal and Financial Advertisements. Parliamentary Election Addressee 68 perinea per insertion Prospectuses of Public Companies, Addresses to District Council and Pariah Council Electors, and Notices iiu, >1 f -lid jui, MANY PEOPLE J Choose a pair of Glasses in the same way as they JI I would select a hat; if the fit appears right, and they can I »■ see in them at all, that is enough. J ■ This is a Great N I MISTAKE. I i The EYE is a most delicate organ, and it needs I* 1 care and attention and IN NO CASE should Glasses II I be worn until the EYES have been scientifically II I tested. 11 MY ADVICE MY ADVICE | j Is at your disposal FREE. A visit to my Sight- 11 I Testing Rooms will ensure Prompt and Skilful II I Attention. 11 ￼ T?TT'Tj? I W. E. REES, .P.S., || Pharmacist & Ophthalmic Optician, I 238, Holton Road, BARRY DOCK. I -!= Staaticm* Uaxatn APPRENTICE WANTED to the PRINTING.— E. J. LLEWELLIN, Printer, Cadoxton Barry. YOUNG MAN to deliver Bread with horse and JL Van. Give full particulars, state wages required.-CAP-H SUPPLY STORES, Barry Docks. W ANTED, smart Lad as APPRENTICE to CARPENTRY TRADE.—Apply H. S. RKNDELL AND SONS, Hannah-streec Works, Barry Docks. +- WANTED, an experienced COOK-GENERAL. TV Good plain cooking. Reference required, good wages.—MRS POINTON NEWMAN, Hillside, Barry. WANTED, a smart Lad as ERRAND BOY.- PEGBAM'S, Barry Docks. Douses, etc., Mantel). WANTED, FURNISHED HOUSE for some W months, five bedrooms, immediately.— Apply, by letter, T. JONES, 9, Harbour-road, Barry. .^irartments ts FURNISHED APARTMENTS, Front bedroom, _F and fitting-room. Close station piano, Bath h. a.nd c. Attendance if required. Moderate. -6B, Dock view-road, Barry. alt FOR SALE, by Private Treaty, KELVIN FHOUSE, Kin?aland crescent. Superiorly built.—Apply REV. T. PANDV JOHN, Sunnybrow, Gladstone-road, Barry. -<- _a_ MOTOR HEARSE.—Latest design, low price, easy terms. Also light GLASS HEARSES and FUNERAL CARS. Pilot03 free. Write for particulars.—MARSTONS', 24, Bradford-street, Birmingham. FOR SALE, Semi detached VILLA RESIDENCE 5. Two reception, five bedroom^, and dressing- room. Stand" high, within three minutes Barry 1 Station.—Apply BLACKMORE, 3, Romilly-road, Barry. FOR SALE Rudge Aero-Special, low-frame, Jt' aluminium rims, Palmer t, res, two brakes, first-class condition.- 17, Park-grcvp, Barry. I "LOR SALE, private treaty, :U, Kingsland- I.' ctegcent, and 4, Gaspard-place. Offera invited.—Apply BLACKMOI:E, 4.5, Holton-road, Barry Docks. IRIAALISRUMTB. RECORDS, Double-Sided, ?d. each, 3 for 2- RAII new 1/1 each, including war records, 3' for 3/- The beat value in records. Coliseum, 1/6 each, 1.400 Titles. Gramaphone repairs at lowest prices,-HOLPIN, Plymouth-road, Barry Island. WANTED, OLD SCRAP FIRE BARS imraedia tely. -Apply" J. J. B(,,i-)-y -Dock lYe-IN, Barry. PATRIOTIC BADGES; Flag*, Union Jacks, Jt. Belgian, French, Allies, in Silk, Jco. Sample 12tfor 81 3 dozen assorted, 2^.—W. H. Jackson k (Jo, Grimsby. MISS JENKINS, Certificated Nurse and Midwife. Late of London Hospital, C.M,B I Examination.-G, Woodland-rosd, Barry Docks. r PRIVATE NURSING INSTITUTION AND CONVALESCENT HOME, No. 1, York-place, Bari-y.-Modical, Surgical Mas- sage, Convalescent, or Maternity Cases re- ceived, and all classes of Patients attended in their own Homes. Monthly, Weekly, or Daily Visiting. Terms moderate. No Nurse with less tlian three years' Hospital training sent out in charge of cases. Maternity Club for poorer patients.—Matron, MISS WEALE (late Hospital Matron). Nat. Tel. 148. THE MISSES MAY and GRETTA DAVIES, JL Silver mednlists and certificated R.A. M. Receive PUPILS for PIANO, VIOLIN, and HARMONY. Engagements accepted for Concerts, At Homes, etc. Barry and Barry Dock visited Weekly Terms on application to Eglwysbrewis, Near Cowbridge. TRY URICURA REMEDIES for Rheumatism, TSciatica, Lumbago, Gout, Neuralgia. Gives great Relief and most Comforting. Uricura Drops, 1/11; Urictira Liniment, 1/ti. Chemists, or, post free HAMMOND REMEDIES Co., Barry, Glamorgan. RT71 "ORENT, JOBBING CONTRACTOR J.. JL3 13, Beryl-road, Barry Docks, All kinds of Repairs executed efficiently, and with personal attention. Roofa, leakages, range?, boilers, floors, drains. masonry, briok. laying, general houae and building repairs. ("1 IBBS, LICENSED HO?E SLAUGHTERB?. GL!veordeitd Horses, Cattle, &c., removed from Barry and district, ieo miles radius.— I Ad<1le8l3, 33, LLANDAFF-ROAD, 0 ASDIFF, Nat. Tel. 5379. Orders receive prompt attention. FOR YOUR POULTRY FOOD go to W. H FBUI?ROUGH, Newport HoHM, Thompson, etreefc. Chick Food in 3d packets; also loose. Agent or Caperns and Hyde's Bird Seed. KARSWOOD POULTRY SPICE, containing ground insects, will Double your Egg Supply. Packets, 2J, 63, rnd 1/ ALLEN Pharmacist, High-street, Barry. WlNTED any quantity of RAGS, BONES* TV Fat, Rubber, Lead, Sera )Iron, and Metal. Caeh buyers of Waste Material of all descriptions Pea and Bean Sticks for Sale. Send Post Card.— A. E. Knill & Co,, Barry Docks. (N.T. 165). MRS TAYLOR, 26, 'Thompson-street, Barry Docks,purchaser of Ladies', Gentlemen' a,and Children'a LEFT-OFF CLOTHING. Also BOOTl, SHOES, &c. Good price given. Orders prolllptl, attended to. FURNITURE Bought and Ks. changed. Nat. Tel., No. 45. TRIMNELL'S Pills and Powders have Cored TThousandi3. Why not yon t See that you go, "Eatab1isbrd 187" on every label.—TBIMNELI The Herbalist, 144, Richmond-rcad, Caidiff, Agents Wanted. f* A PAUE BOOK ABOUT HERBS AND 04: HOW TO USE THEM; Post Free. Send for )ne. Trimnoll, The Herbalist, 144, Richmond-rcad, Cardiff. Established 18791 PLEASE NOTE THE ADDRESS. SPECIALITIES, Iadiarubber Applirnoes, Bno. maa, Jco. best and cheapest.-T.BIMNELL, The Herba! st, 144, Richmond-road, Oardiff TO Prevant Fraud Erla that you gat" Established 1879 11 on every latel aiad wrapper of i I'RIMNELL'S PREPARATIONS, without which ftone are genuine.—TBiMNEijj, The Herbalist, 144", Richmond-road, Cardiff. __n_ ARTIFICIAL LEGS, light ?Fj?ht, 8trong, Acomfortable; Hands or Part Hands, Hook Arms, Crutches, Leg Irons, Spinal Apparatus, Ladies' Belts, Trusses, Domen Belt Corsets, Blaatio Stockings, etc Makers of the Steel-less Easifll Truss: list free. Atterdance Daily, 10 to 6 j Wednesdays. 10 to 1; Soiurdayn, 10 to 8. Lady attendant. Established 18,38.-ALLEN PEARCIN, 23,Charlee-strt;et, C ardiF. Nat. Tel. 1282. Printed all Published for the Barry Dock Newspaper and Printing Company, Limited, by JOHN ROWLAND LLZWNLLYN, at Holbon-rcad, Barry Dpcks, FridT, February 12 h, 1915,
4g OCAI DISTRICT NEWSI
4g. ("OCAI & DISTRICT NEWS I CADOXTON I SOCIAL AT ST. AIDAN'S H £ LL.—The annual congregational social was held at St. Aidan's Hall, Cadoxton-Barry, on Wedneaiav evening last. There was aj arge attendance, Music, games, and dancing were indulged in till eleven o'clock. Refreshments were providpd. BARRY DOCKS. I A SOLDIERS EXPERIENCES. —Mr Ivor J. Morgan, who had been stationed with the King's Royal Rifle Corps in Blackdown. Eut rey, since the early days of the War, and w ho has now returned home, related some of his army experiences to the members of the Young People's Guild of Holton-road English Baptist Church, Barry Dock", on Wednesday evening last. Misa Nellie Lloyd presided, and sulos were rendered by Miss Ivy Bates and Gunner Lewii. F. T. MOSSFORD AND CO., LTD., Monumental Masons, Cardiff, Newport. Barry and Bridgend, We carry the largest stock in WaleB and •• are the most reliable.Vide Western Jfail. SEAMEN'S INSTITUTE, NEA H. RAILWAY ARCH, SUBWAY-ROAD.—Sunday next, 3.30 p.m. At 6 30 p.m., Gospel Service Tuesday, 7.30 p;m Floating C. E. Wednesday, 7.30 p.m., Pleasant "AVilnesday Evenir.g. Thursday, 7.30 p.m., Bi,le Steading. Friday. 7.30 p.m., Lantern Talk.
CARDIFF AND BARRY RES THANKS
CARDIFF AND BARRY R.E.'S THANKS. Mr. S. R. Jone's, J.P.. Chairman of Barry District Counqil. has received the following letter from Captain F. R. Hybart. commanding the Glamorgan (Fortress) Royal Engineers, which left Ba rrry hl--t week: — H.E. Headquarters, Park St., Cailiifr*. Feb. 2nd. 1 i) 15. "Dear -Mr. Jones,—It is very difficult to thank you adequately, and through you the townspeople of Barry, for the iia a,i i gave us last night. It was impossible for me to .sufficiently express our great apprecia- tion of your kindness. Please let me assure you that we shall never forget it. We are not going on active service without realising that we have a great task in front lof us. but we are all con- vinced that we are fighting in a just cause, and for the honour <>f our great Empire, and we arc determined to see the thing through. Wherever we aro: sent-, and whatever we have to do. wo < shall remember that we are Barrv men. and do our utmost to bring every pos- sible ei-(Ilit on our town. With very kind regards. Tarn. yours s incerely. -1 0. ?. 'SigIlPd) F, H. HYJL\ TIT. Captain. R. E. R.E. Hcad?uat-ters. Park S t.. 211(i Cardie. F?b. 2nd. 1915.
A STRAFE COINCIDENCE
A STRAFE COINCIDENCE. CADOXTOX SOLDIER RECEIVES PARCEL FROM HOME. Some time ago Miss D. Wafers, daughter of Mr. Andrew M. AValters, 49, Court-road. Barry Docks, sent a parcel of comforts ai^d sweets to the Front, and it is an interesting coinci- dence that the acceptable goods fell in- to the hands of a '"Tommy" from Cad- oxton, who lost no time in acknowledg- ing his grateful thanks for the gift, and expressing pleasure that the people (If Barry thought so much of their fighting men at the Front. He is Pri- vate Percy Thomas, of the 2nd Welsh Regiment, and is one of the five sons of fr. W. Thomas. Harvey -street. Cad- oxton. who are serving their country. In his letter. Private Thomas stated that his regiment had a fine day of s port on Monday. January 25th. i "The Germans." lie wrote, "made five] attacks upon us. but when they took us on they made a big mistake. You should have seen the way the Welsh and Scotch boys fought together, and the way in which our guns put- them out of action, driving the rest back. We had about seventy prisoners from the charge, and the Germans have not charged us since. so we are having a bit of a rest. birthday to-day. and it was his 50th Regiment which made the attack. I think they were endeavouring to tako the village for 'Bill's' birthday present, but thev forgot that. they had to encounter Frenc h es contemptible little Ann)'
I YALE OF GLAM RGAX RAILWAYII COMPAX Y
I YALE OF GLAM< >RGAX RAILWAY II COMPAX Y. In their report for the year ejulcjd December 31st, lUL the directors state that, after allowing for the interim dividend at the rate- or .t 1-1 G per cnt. per anmifn,for the half-year ended June paid in A.ngust last, the amount available for distribution is and they recommend | that a dividend at the saltln rate be j declared for the last six months, absorbing £ 10.S2f> I I ,,i i i (I that the balance of £ 417 10s (Id be carried to the credit of tho current year. In consequence of the Government control of railways during the war the Barrv "Railway Company is unable to supply the usual ifgures showing the com- pany' s proportion of the traffic receipts. The directors retiring are Messrs. E. L. Evan-Thomas and Fred L. Davis, I! jvliq offer themselves for re-election.
j LLOYDS BANK I I LIMITED. "?-? ￼ s ? ????.? Head Office: 71, LOMBARD STREET, E.C. Capital Subscribed £ 31,304,200 Capital Paid up 5,008,672 Reserve Fund 3,600,000 I Deposits, &c. 118,173,859 Advances, &c. 59,439,647 j í OVER 880 OFFICES IN EKGLAND AnD WALES. French Auxiliary: LLOYOG BANK (FRANCE) LIMITED. Offices In PARIS, BORDEAUX, BIARRITZ & HAVRE. JAMES PAYNE, gculptot & (flfmtumtntal laoon. BARKY DOCKS. DESIGNS AND PRICES ON APPLICATION ENQUIRIES RK6PLCTFULLY SOLIClTED. Worhs: Private Address LOWER MOREL STREET. 40, JEWEL STBEET. —
Births, Marriages, Deatbs, In Memoriam, &c. 1"- BIRTHS. LYE.—At Sudbury, Canada, on the -3rd instant, to Mr and Mrs Arthur Lye, nee Ethel Bell, a son. DEATHS. BAKER.—On the 8th instant, at 7. Newland- street, Barry Dock?, George Baker, aged year?.—Public funeral Saturday, at 3.30 p.m. for Barry Cemetery. BEYNON.—On the 6th instant, at 27, Pottery- street, Swansea, Thomas Richard, son of Mr William Beynon, shipwright, Cadoxton-Barry, aged 37 yeari. DEERE.-On the 5th instant, at Four Bells, St. Athan, Mr John Deere. EVANS.—On the 4th iDStant, the Rev. Daniel Evans, rector of Llanmaes, in the Vale of Glamorgan. RIDOUT.—On the 7th instant, at Highwalls, Dinas Powia, Mr Jacob Ridout, aged 68 years. WILLIAMS.—On the 7ch Instant, at 29, Onthrie- street, Barry Docks, Harriet, the beloved wife of Mr William William?, coaltrimmer, aged 73 years. ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF SYMPATHY. i EARTRAM.—llr and Mrs J. Bartram, High- street Schools, Barry, wi3h to thank the many kind friends who sent messages of sympathy and floral tributes in their bereavement by the loss of their son.
i III Nat,Telephone Telegnnaa No. 128 Barry. ?Jame, Undertaker, Barry A. G. ADAMS & CO., I UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL fGRtUSHERS & DIRECTOS 134, EOLTOS RIAI) BARRY DOCK Proprietors of the most modern Funeral Carriages and Belgian Horse? kept exclusively for Funerals. PERSONAL SUPERVISION, Every Requisite for Funerals of an Classes •eith Superior Siyle and Economy %A-Ivery detail for Town or Country Workshop and FIEW3—38ft, MEHTHTA-STXAXI' ￼ ￼ G -t To!.—403 Barry. Telegrams "Gay Undertaker, Btrry. G. GrAY & SONS, UNDERTAKERS AND Complete Funeral Furnishers, STATION ST., BARRY DOCKS. Personal Supervision. I I W. H. Hooper & Co., Complete Funeral Furnishers, Embalmers, & Sanitarians, Mourning Carriage Proprietors, 98, HIGH STREET, BARRY. WREATHS, TABLETS, & CARDS. TEL. :-BARRY G4. All Funerals receivciPcrsonal Supervision. Our Mr. W. H. HOOPER is an limbalmer by Diploma of the Massachusetts College of Embalming, in the City of Boston, U.S.A. He is also accompanied by capable Lady Attendant. ~T —r BLOOD. BLOOD. Health and Life depends upon your Blood being Pure, Rich, and Strong. HTJ&HES' 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 I have been in great agony for weeks, with t F F pain in my Back and Legs, with Pilea, Hflkdache, and 'HUGHES' BLOOD are our- me TESTIMONY FROM CARDIFE. Sir, I bought a box of your valuable HUGHES' BLOOD 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 dreadful fits, falling down suddenly in the street. They are doing her good also.—F. WEBBER, CARDIFF. WARNING. When buying don't be deceived. Sold by Chemists and Storea at 1111, 2/6, 4/6, or Bend direct to maker value in stamps or P.O. See that this Shape of Thus Take no other. [ Genuine Trade Mark. a Heart. is on each box. Demand the Sort. JACOB HUGHES, M.P,S., L.D.S., Manufacturing Chemist, Penarth CARDIFF.
BARRY VOLUNTEER TRAINING CORPS
BARRY VOLUNTEER TRAINING CORPS. j OR DERS FOR WEEK ENDING 19th FEBRUARY, 1915. BASSETT- STREET DRILL HALL. Saturday, 13th Feb.—Oompany Tuesday. IGth Feb.—Platoons 1 and 2, 7,15 p.m. Wednesday, 17th -peb.-Platooiis 3 and 4, 7.15 p.m. Drill, II 7.15 p.m. I
TIlE WELSH OUTLOOKI
"TIlE WELSH OUTLOOK." I I Tlio Fobuary issue of the "Welsh Outlook. is a particularly strong one. and contains a wealth of interesting matter hy excellent writers. Louis Duriiont-Wilden leads the way with a well-written and timely article on ''The European Spirit-—Germany's greatest sacrifice," a translation of a chapter in his "I/Esprit Europeeu," dealing with Germany, who, in the light of sub- sequent events, is a remarkably pene- trating analysis of Prussian ism. "Politics and Philosophy in England and Germany," is a thoughtful contri- bution by E.E.T., whilst the life and I)ittioi'l I)v E.E.]., N\-Iiilstr the life aii(I dering Scholar. are contnmed. and will certainly lie read with' the same deep interest as its predecessors. A prettily written article is ''The Stranger," by E.R.W.. and side by side with it is "Wales and ne?t Sogar," from th? pen "f?. Hcwo-tson Nelson. T.2. deals with "Hans." Two triolets are given by A. Glyn i Yys Jones; and poetic I items are contributed by G. W. Fran- I cis. Rhosyr, and William Evans. The nm?azine contains a Humber of fine l illustrations, reviews, and interesting cnrrc?por?dnce. The Welsh Outlook I Pn's nro tho publishers; price 3d.
i I FOOTBALL. r Barry, three goals: Pontypridd, three goals. Friendly game. At den- ner Park, on Saturday last. Barry West. End Juniors, three goals ('aerphiUy. nil. Barry County School Juniors, one goal: Hannah-streef, nil.