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4t& < I Suits to Order I ?L?B Bs??E? ?y\ \?\ /?B j??' ? //JB 'j ? Stewarts' Great Sale Offer Come down to-day, select a length, let us slip the tape over you, and get ahead with your order. No need to worry about fabric, fit, or fashion. This remarkably low price is simply an advertise- ment- a special inducement for you to put us to the tes-t, and don't forget that it's an advt we are backing with 30 years' experience and reputation, knowing well that your first investment with us will not be your last. Better quality Suits to Order 15/3, 18/3, &c. To the latter we are giving a cut, make, and trim equal to that given to many suits sold at 2 guineas and more: under the credit and easy-way-to-pay systems. Ours is a cash trade. CLEARANCE OF SAMPLE We are also clearing a small stock of OVERCOATS AT COST PRICES. Sample Overcoats, Raincoats (includ- t ing our famous Tegudines) and Suits at practicalJy cost; pric33. We want their room, and are paying for that accommodation by a drastic cutting of prices. You should sed these ready-for- eervice ranges I There are not a lot of them. so come early. 13/3 15/3 18/3 TO 2-GNS. THE KING TAILORS. 85a. Holton Road, BARRY. 4) Bin (hs Iti ("or. to Aberdeen.
BONUS FOR BARRY COUNCIL I EMPLOYEES
BONUS FOR BARRY COUNCIL ¡I EMPLOYEES, A special meeting of the Barry District Council was held on Wednesday evening last, under the chairmanship of Mr S. R. Jones, J P. There were also present, Dr P. J. O'Donnell, J,P., Messrs F. E. J. Murrell, J. Felix Williams, E. Walton, G. Wareham, James Jones, F. C. Milner, J. E. Levers, W. Fowler, D. Lloyd, W. Beck, T.PreecePricbard, T. Evans, and D. T. Howe. The report of sub-committee which met on the 12th instant, with reference to the wages of work- men, was considered, and it was recommended that a bonus of 2s per week should be granted, this being considered a fair amount to advance at the present time. A letter was read from the Municipal Em- ployees' Association, stating that the Association viewed with some concern the resolution passed by the sub-committee that a war bonus of 2s be recommended, and suggesting that the matter be further considered by the Council. An increase of 3s per week alround would only be adequate. Mr Felix Williams moved, and Mr Beck seconded, that 2s per week be granted to employees receiving more than 30 per week, and 3a per week to those receiving less than that amount. Mr Beck remarked that the Barry Railway Company were giving their employees a bonus of 3s per week. Mr Murrell I am glad to hear the railwaymen are getting 3s extra. Hiey are grossly under- paid several married men receiving only 22s per week. The Accountant (Mr C. B Brown): There are 110 men in our employ getting less than 303 per week. Mr Prichard suggested that an increase of 3s per week be granted to men receiving less than 30s; 23 per week to men receiving over that amount and less than JE2; and Is per week to those receiving over E2 and less than C2 10s over the latter amount no advance be given. Mr Felix Williams amended his resolution to this effect. Mr Prichard It would be quite illogical to pay men who have enlisted a bonus, becausa the increased cost of living does not affect them. Mr Fowler: We should make an advance alround. If we don't we shall get into a tangle. It will be the biggest mistake in the world, and if you don't advance the same to all we shall lose our best men, who will obtain employment else- where. It is penny wise and pound foolish." Mr Felix Williams' amended resolution was carried unanimously. It was also deciaid th:.t single men in the Army without dependent:3, should receive no bonus that IJ. per week be granted to youths under tweaty-one years of age, and li- per week to wonen cleaners at the Council Offices. Nk Murrell farther moved that a recommend- ation fee made to the Parks and Licensing 4COmmittee that they cut down all expenditure in the parks. Flowers and shrubs need not be- planted, he added, and they could save several hundred pounds in this way. Mr Murrell's proposition was ruled out of order. UNEMPLOYED BRICKLAYERS. A communication was received from the Operative Bricklayers' Society, enquiring whether the Council eould find relief work for members of the local branch who were unemployed owing to the War. The matter was referred to the Hospitals gommittee. INFECTIOUS DISEASE AMONGST SOLDIERS. A letter was received from Major Walford, Cardiff, asking the Council if they were prepared to treat cases of infectious diseases amongst soldiers at the Small Pox Hospital, and on what terms. j This request was referred to the Hospitais Ij Committee, with full power.
UNDEB Y CYMDEITHASAU CYMRAEG
UNDEB Y CYMDEITHASAU CYMRAEG. SUL CENEDLAETHOL CYMRU. At Olygydd y Barry Dock News." Syr,—Dymuna'r Undeb uchod sylw holl Eglwysi Cymru eleni eto at ddathliad Gwyl Ddewi a'r Sul Cenedlaethol, Chwef. 28. Hyderir y cyfeirir at Gymru a'i delfrydau yn ystod gwasanaeth y dydd, yn y gan, y weddi, a'r bregeth. Deallwn y cesglir yn arbermig ar y Sul hwn at angenrheidiau'n milwyr. Khydd hynny gyfle i sefydlu'r Stil Cenedlaethol. Pe unai holl weinidogion y Gair i ddathlu'r Sul hwn, gwnelai hynny les dirfawr i grefydd a moos heblaw i wlad- garweh Cymreig. Hyderwn y dal yr egl wysi a'u gweinidogion ar y cyfle hwn i bwysleisio cadwraeth y Gymraeg mewn > tenlu ac eglwys. Nid raid anghofio iaith ein tadau wrth ddysgu Saesneg. Dilyner Dante a Shakespeare, os mynner, either cofier Pantycelyn yr un pryd. Pros yr Undeb, D: LLEUFER THOMAS, Cadeirydd. WILLIAM LEWIS, Trysorydd. D. ARTHEN EVANS, Ysgrifennydd. Glyn Geraint, Y Barri.
CLASSES FOR THE SOLDIERS
CLASSES FOR THE SOLDIERS. IMPORTANT SCHEME AT BARRY. j f A special meeting of the Barry Even- ing Schools was held on Wednesday evening last to consider list of ISUbjÜCitiS and a ppo-initnienit of teachers for the establishment of classes for the local -soldiers. Mr. J. O. Davies pre- sided. and the members present were Miss Fleming, OoiloneT J. A. Hughes, C.B., Dr. P. J. O'Donrnell, J.P.. Alder- mlan Rev. -D. H. Williams. M.A.. Messrs. J. Lowdon, J.P., D. W. Roberts, J.P., S. R. Jones, J.P.. W. R. Leo, J.P.. J. Mix Williams, J. R. Llewellyn. F. C. Milner. James Jones, and Thois. Evams. Tho subjects comprised those of practical use in coDmecition with the Vwu" tor the various units quartered in the town, comprising the Royal En- gineer*}, the Royal Artillery, and bat- talions of the 12th Welsh and Shrop- shire Light Infantry, representing about 2,500 men. The subjects in- cluded French, German., first aid, his- tory amd geography of the wlar, miap drawing, reading, and sketching, cook- ing, mending, etc. It was pointed out t'hiu nearly 800 applications had been rocei ved for membership of thie dbaisses, and tm-chers were appointed in each sub ject. >
LOCAL DISTRICT NEWSI I
LOCA.L & DISTRICT NEWS I I BARRY DOCKS. I F. T. MOSSFORD AND CO., LTD., Monumental Masons, Cardiff, Newport, Barry and Bridgend, N e carry the largest stock in Wales and are ¡be most reliable."—Vide Western Mail. SEAMEN'S INSTITUTE, NEAR RAILWAY. ARCH, SUBW AY.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 Wednesday Evening. Thursday, 7.30 p.m., Bible Reading. Friday, 7.30 p.m., Lantern Talk.
OUR STIRRING NEW SERIALI
OUR STIRRING NEW SERIAL. I Tliis. week an exceptionally fine serial tale entitled "Lady Margaret's Vow," will commence in the "Barry Dock News." It is a stirring drama of everyday life, and lovers of fiction should not miss it.
WEDDING CARDS, To suit all tastes, from 2/6 a dozen, executed promptly- and neatly at the Barry Dock News" Printing and Publishing Works. JAMES PAYNE, ,Stulptor & onunttnhtl dttagoit. BARKY DOCKS. DESIGNS AND PRICES ON APPLICATION ENQUIRIES RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Works: Private Address LOWER MOBEL STREET. 40, JtWEL STEEET.
Births, Carriages, Deaths, In Memoriam, &c. BIRTHS DERRICK.—On the 12th instant, at 167, Court- road, Cadoxton-Barry, the wife of Mr Alfred H, Derrick, compositor, of a son. MARRIAGES. BUSBY—GODFREY.—On the 16th instant, at St. Baruch's Church, Barry Island, by the Rev. A. D. Collier, curate, Mr John Busby to Mis Frances May Godfrey, of 4, Ivor-street, Barry I Island. DEATHS. HALL.—On the 11th instant, at Angleford, Somerset-road, Barry, Mrs Charlotte Ellen Hall. IN MEMORIAM. MARTIN.—In loving memory of my dear Father, Joseph Martin, of Clive-road, Barry Island, who died February 15th, 1914. Gone and forgotten by some you may be, But we will ever remember thee. GEORGE AND KATE.
Nat.Telephone: Telegrams I No. 128 Barry. Adame, Undertaker, Barry A. G. ADAMS & CO., UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL FURKISKERS& DIRECTORS 134, HOLTON RCAD -BARRY DOCK Proprietors of the most modern Funeral Carriages and Belgian íIorse kept exclusively for Funerals. PERSONAL SUPERVISION. Every Requisite for Funerals of all Classes tcith Superior Style and Economy ins very detail for Town or Country Workshop and Maws-56a, JlBttTHSA-BlKSKT Tel.-408 Barry. Telegrams "Gay Undertaker, Barry. G. GAY & SONS, UNDERTAKERS AND Complete Funeral Furnishers, STATION ST., BARRY DOCKS Person al Supervision. t I |_ W. H. Hooper & Co., Complete Funeral Furnishers, Embalmers, & Sanitarians, Mourning Carriage Proprietors, 98, HIGH STREET, BARRY. WREATHS, TABLETS, & CARDS. I TEL.BARRY 64. All Funerals rcceivelpersonal 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. ~l ——————— I BUSINESS AS USUAL. 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, Penooodtre. 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 Remov-er. 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, Cadoxton- 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. Everard-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, -LTpper Pyke-street. Three Houses, Upper Pyke-street. Various Business Premises. BUILDING LAND. Twenty-four Acres of Freehold. Building Sites, Court-road. Building Sites, Tynewydd-road. Building Sites, Barry-road. Building Sites, Romilly Park. Building Sites, George-street Building Sites, Castloland-street. BUSINESS TRANSFER AGENCY. Tobacconist and Fancy Goods, Barry Island, £50. Butcher and Greengrocer, Barry, £40. Wholesale and Retail Bakery, Barry, L400. Grocery and Confectionery, Barry Dock, 250. Tobacconist and Fancy Goods, Barry Dock, 2300. First Class Laundry, Barry Dock, £ 160. Grocery, Barry Dock,. £ 100. Grocery, High-street, Barry, £ 25. AUCTION AND ESTATE OFFICE, 101, HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCKS. Telephone: 250 and 282. WANTED FOR H.M. YACHT PATROL, EMPLOYED ON ACTIVE SERVICE. Able Seamen 401 per week (Wages including Food and all Allowances.) Engineers Various Firemen 40/-per week Ca-rpentprs 45/- .ooks 43 Assistant Cooks 35/- Volunteers should send their names to the Flag-Captain, H.M. Dockyard, Portsmouth, stating date and place of birth, sea experi- ence, where last employed, and name of em- ployer, last time employed on board a slhip, and in what capacity, name of owner of yesael, and name of Captain. Terms of Agreement.—To sign vu for the duration of the WJtr. Only British subjecfe of British parentage accepted. Pensions in the event of injury or permanent disable- ment. Pensions to Dependents or Wddjows. Further particulars can be obtained on application to Flag-Captain, Portsmouth Dockyard. it "BARRY DOCK NEWS;" Small Prepaid Advertisements. W dO'" Three Six Word.. C?. Times. Times. 20 Words. 0 9 1 3 2 Q 30 Words. 1 0 19 2 ? 40 Worde. 1 6 2 9 3 6 Each extra 10 words 0 4 0 8 1 0 General Advertisements. I to 4 iBsartion? .<. la 6d per IDch psr insertion 4 to 6 Is 3d 5 to 13 H Is 26 9d 52 6d Legal and Financial Advertisements. Parliamentary Election Addresses 6s per inch per insertion Prospectuses of Public Companies, Addresses to District Council and Parish Council Electors, and Notices in connection with the same, .C, 4s per inch. Sxtmiism larani WANTED, smart Lad as APPRENTICE to W CARPENTRY TRADB.-Apply H. S. RENDELL AND SONS, Hannah-Street Works, Barry Docks. WANTED, respectable LAD for Errands. T* Wages, 7/6 per week.—Apply A. H. BUCKLAND, Draper, Holton-road, Barry Docks. YOUNG GENERAL WANTED, able to wash. JL —Apply Mas PERKINS, 38, Romilly-road, Barry. OY WANTED to deliver NEWSPAPERS. BJust left school preferred. Good wages.— Apply G. TAILOR, Newsagent, Vere.street, Cadoxton-Barrjj. ERRAND BOY WANTED.—Apply YOUNG'S EGITOCERY STORES, High-street, Barry. PPRENTICES WANTED for MILLINERY Workroom?.— JOHN JONES AND Co, 112, and 116, Holton-road, Barry Dock?. RESPECTABLE BOYS WANTED.—JOHN JONES AND Co., 112. and 116, Holton-roid, Barry Docks. í ) MANY PEOPLE Choose a pair of Glasses in the same way as they B would select a hat; if the fit appears right, and they can I Ohoosø a pair of Glasses in the same way as they I MISTAKE.-m j This is a Great fSI I The EYE is a most delicate organ, and it needs ( care and attention and IN NO CASE should Glasses II be worn until the EYES have been scientifically I § tested. MY ADVICE I Is at your disposal FREE. A visit to my Sight- I Testing Rooms will ensure Prompt and Skilful ■ Attention. I W. E. REES, I Pharmacist & Ophthalmic Optician, I § 238, Holton Road, BARRY DOCK. I '= 1!}I!.U.¡, A.. -}. ,(,- leasee, etc.. ^0 Ttt 1_- OUSE, or PART of HOUSE, to LET. H Furnished. With or without attendance. Good locality. Central.—Apply "X. Y. Barry Dock ilews, Barry. • SHOP TO LET- fitted for Butcher. Main thoroughfare, near Barry Station.-Apply S. H. MOUNTAIN, Romilly Chambers, Barry. S-truaejef, ttr., SBanteb. HOUSE WANTED by Married Couple, in Hrespectable locality, Barry o* Barry Docks. No children.—Apply K.B. Barry Dock News, Barry. Ilpartmtttts ta COMFORTABLE FURNISHED APART- C MENTS, or Board Residence, in St. Nichola-i-road, Barry.—Apply "E. Barry Dock News, Barry. Jar it FOR SALE, by Private Treaty, KELVIN FHOUSE. Ein?siand crescent. Superiorly built.—Apply REV. T. PANDY JOHN, Sunnybrow, Gladstone-road, Barry. MOTOR HEARSE.—Latest design, low price, m easy terms. Also light GLASS HEARSES and FUNERAL CARS. Photos free. Write for par ticula r, -I.IAP STO.IZs', 24, Bradford-street, Birmingham. FOR SALE, Semi-detached VILLA RESIDENCE FTwo reception, five bedrooms, and dreesiag- room. Stands high, within three minutes Barry Station.—Apply BLACKMORJC, 3, Romilly-road, Barry. FOR SALE Rudge Aero-Special, low-frame, Faluminium rims, Palmer tyres, two brakee, first-class condition.— 17, Park-grove, Barry. IjlOR SiLE, private treaty, 34, Kingsland- F crescent, and 4, Gaspard-place. Offers invited.-Apply BLACKMORE, 45, Holton-road, Barry Docks. FOR SALE, handsome solid MAHOGANY FBOOKCASE. Glaz,-d Doors, with Roll-top, Secretaire and Cupboard below.—Apply a, Rotnilly-road, Barry. MiBtzllmwuB. RECORDS, Double-Sided, 9d. each, 3 for 2/- All new 1/1 each, including war records, 3 for 3/- The best 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 ￼ immediately.—Apply J.J. Barry Dock iYcw., Barry. -v_- PATRIOTIC BADGES Flags, Union Jack3, J[. Belgian, French, Allies, in Silk, &c. Sample 12 for 8d 3 dozen assorted, 2s. — W. H. Jackson & Co, Grimsby. MISS JENKINS, Certi&oated Nurse and .r Midwife. Late of London Hospital. C.M.B. Examination.-6, Woodland-road. Barry Dooka. IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS. Every Moth JL who values the Health and Cleanliness of he Child should use HABBISON'S RELIABLE NURSERY POMADE. One applioation killa ail Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strengthens the Hair. In Tins, 4id and 9d. Postage Id.—8ec W. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Bold by Chemists Agent for B&rry Docks-J, REYNOLDS, Chemist,61 gol ten-road. j /> PRIVATE NURSING INSTITUTION AND, CONVALESCENT HOME, No. is York-place, Barry.-Medical Surgical, sag e, 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 than three years' Hospital traiS sent out In charge of cases. Maternity Club for poorer pationts.-A-,fatron MISS WHAT FT [ (late Hospital Matron). Nat. Tel. 148 rr^HE MISSES MAY and GRETTA DA VIES TSilver medalists and certificated RAM' ￼ for PIANO, VIOLIN, and ￼ HARMONY. Engagements accepted for Coacerta. At Home, etc. Barry and Barry Dock visited Weekly. Terms on application to Eglwysbrewit, Near Cowbridge. TRY URICURA REMEDIES for Rheumatism, -L Soattca, Lumbago, Gont, Neuralgia. Gives great Relief and most Comforting. Urieura Drops, 1/11; Uricura Linimant, lili. Chemists, or, post free HAMMOND REMEDIES 00.. Barry, Glamorgan. RTJ1 J3 RENT, JOBBING CONTRACTOR .A. 13, Beryl-road, Barry Docks, All kmda of Repairs executed efficiently, and with personal attention. Roofs, leakages, ranges, boilers, floors, drains, masonry, brick. laying, general house and building repairs. GIBBS, LICENSED HOBSE Sl.AUGHTBM? I-T Live or dead Horses, Cattle, &c., reov"} from Barry and district, tea milea radiua.— Adaiees, 33, LLANDAFF-BOAD, CABDIFF. Ntt. Tel. 6379. Orders receive prompt attention. FOR YOUR POULTRY TOOD go to W. H T' BURROUGH, Newpors Hociss. ThomDSon. ,treot. Chick Food in 3d p.cke? ahTSSi! Agent or Caperns and Hydo's Bird Seed. KARSWOOD POULTRY SPICE, containing; ground insects, will Double your Earir Supply. Packets, 2d, 6J. rnd If-. ALL.'E;S Pharmacist, High-street, Barry. WANTED any quantity of RAGS, BONBS., VV Fat, Rubber, Lead, Sera )Iron, and Metal, Cash 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, BarrJ IrJL Docks, purchaser of Ladies', Gentlemen's, and Children's LEFT-OFF CLOTHING. Also BOOTl, SHOES, fee. Good price (riven. Orders promDtlv attended to. FURNITURE Bought and B- ohanged. Nat. Tel., No. 46. TRIMNELL'S Pills and Powders have Onred TThousands. Why not you ? See that you ?e, "Established 1879 on- every label.-TRihfNBL0 The Herbalist, 144. Richmond-road, Cardittl Agents Wanted. ￼ PAUE BOOK ABOUT HERBS AND U?b HOW TO USE THEM; Post Free. Send for ;me. Trimnell, The Herbalist, 144, Richmond read, Cardiff. Established 18791 PLEASE NOTE THE ADDRESS. SPECIALITIES, Indiarubber Appliances, En»- aaas, &0. best &nd cheapest. -TRIYNZLL, Th. Herbalist, 144, Richmond-read, oardiff. TO Prevent Fraud see that you get Established JL 1879 on every label and wrapper of. TRIMNELL'S PREPARATIONS, without which none are genuine. -TRIMNELL, The Herbalist, 144, Richmond-road, Cardiff. ARTIFICIAL LEGS? light weight, strong, comfortable HanB or Par? Hands, Hook Arms, Crutches, Leg Irons, Spinal Apparatus, Ladies' Belts, Trusses, Domen Belt Corsets, BMh ■* Stockings, eto; Makers of the Steel-less Easifit Truss; liat free. Attendance Daily, 10 to 6 j W edncBday 10 to 1 Saturdays, 10 to 8. Lady Wednesdays^ &tablished 1838.-ALLEN PzAMB, attendant. ( ardiff.Nat. Tel. 1282. 25, Charlea-etMet, C ?rdiC. Nat. Tel. 1282. Printed aiii Published for the Barry Dock Newspaper and Printing Company, Limited, by JOlIN ROWLAND LLBWELLTH, at Holton-rcftd, Barry Dooka, Friday, February 19,h, 1915.