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HEALTH FROM THE PINE WOODS
HEALTH FROM THE PINE WOODS. THE GREAT VALUE OF PEPS FOR COUGHS, COLDS & BRONCHITIS. The lung healing properties of pine- forest a.ir are well-known. In normal times invalids flock to home dnd foreign pine forest resort, get the breath of the pine-woods into their lungs, and gather new strength, com- f-))'t and healing. Xowaday.s, the in- crca.si.'d co.st and i-i-;k of tra.vel abroad jnakes this impossible. But there is a welcome and effective alternative available for everybody. By the aid of science, the curative hruath of the pine-woods ha.s been brought to our homes ,m the form of pleasant tablets called Peps. The secret of the true medicinal pine balsams 1) as been discovered, and con- centrated in these Ppps tablets, from which the medicine is released i. the form of air as the tablet dissolves In the: Thus the pure pine essences mix with the air we breathe, transforming it, as it were, into pine-forest air, laden with the same chest-strengthpning virtues, in a highly concentrated form. Peps are said to virtually bring a pine-forest to every home. If you suf- fer from coughs, colds, bronchitis, asth- ma, or any other throat, lung. or chest ailments, you will find Peps just the safe, sound, and rational remedy vou need. But be sure that no worthless substitutes are foisted upon you. Peps alone are your safeguard In the "bad cold'' reason. They are sold by all chemists and drug stores at Ijlî' plus 1 hI. war-tax for the ordinary size box, and 2/9 plus 3d. war-tax for the large size.
WITH OUR BRAVE LADS AT THE FRONT
WITH OUR BRAVE LADS AT THE FRONT. THE LATE PRIVATE HUBERT WEST. In the last issue of the Burry Dock News appeared a letter frodn Private J. Seymour, 1st. Batt. Welsh Guaixis, who is a Barry soldier at the Front. giving particulars of the de.a.th and burial of Private Hubert "\Ye,t. who was believed to belong to Barry. We made enquiries at the address given, and other addresses in the town but; were unable to ascertain that Private West belonged to Barry. Public at ion c.f Private Seymour's letter, however, has elicited the necessary information. Private Hubert West was the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. West. of 38. Salis- bury-road. Barry, and young West died bravely righting. Mr. W. West. writing us this week says :—" I beg to state that Hubert West i:s my son, a.nd my wife and myself tender our sincere thanks to Private Seymour for his in- formation of the deatth of our beloved son." We sympathise wLth Mr. and Mrs. West iu their bereavement, which Is no doubt softened by a consciousness of the fact tliat their brave boy died a noble dea.th, tighting for his King and Country in the worhhy cause of our common liberty. FORMER HARRY TRADESMAN j- THE ARMY. Private Isaac Davies (1 :3:-)38;3L of Die Motor Transport Section \.S.(\. is stationed at Ostc'rk'y Park. Lidc11('cx, where there are \)f"h'('en 3
I CHFXESE SEAMEX AX ADMIRALTY TRAXSPORTSI
CHFXESE SEAMEX AX]) ADMIR- ALTY TRAXSPORTS. Mr. J. Renson, the di.strict secretary of the National Sailors and Firemen 's TJnio.n,has recoived a.couT.munica.tion from the Admiralty Board, .stating that. a.s the result of a eon.fcrMir'e held la.st week regarding the exclusion of Chmeisc nrennon from Ad- mirajky transports, it lLas been decided that m future crews shouM so far as passible, bn either British or British coloured in Admiralty transports, and tha,t no other nait.ínnali,tiE'ls be engaged unless it is found impo'ssible. without delay to the- transport' .service, to secure Britisli crows.
LOfLiJ DISTRICT NEWS
LOfL-\iJ& DISTRICT NEWS BARRY TSE B\RRY MAL?; VOICE CHOIR bvve resumed Practice", ThnrpeayF3 at 8 p.m., f.nd Suaday af'eruooD at 4 p.tp at the Institute (corner of Tynewydi and W'od)atid Roads). The Choir ¡n.ve vacancies for ainp'e's in 1\11 vocal psrtf. _Apply either at Intitute, or Hon. Secretary, 7, Mitkir,.stre(-t, Barry. BARRi DOCKS. JUMBLE S\LE.- A Jumbie Sale, !n aid of the Barry Deck Wpf!eyan trost fund will be held at the Wesleyan Pehoo!roo.-n, Iloli.on-road, this (Fri(lavl, at thrff p.m. The sale will consist of aeeond-b&nd clothtcg and other useful &rticle='.
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THE RAISING OF RENTS AT BARRY
THE RAISING OF RENTS AT BARRY. "Gonzalo" writes:—"How very pat- riotic! Yes, very; I mean the house- owners at Barry. Their patriotism is appalling. They are raising the rents in the town, and are doing so with the usual excuse's, 'Sorry, madam, but it must be done. The income-tax, you know, it must be paid.' "Yes, 'it must be paid, true, but by whom?'' "You must know, madam, that the price of food has considerably increased and money must come from somewhere. What's that you say? Your husband I) as joined the Army, and left you to look after .seven little children. Ah, well! I am sorry, but it cannot be helped." And so on. "Now we have an explanation. Poor landlord, you can depend upon him to make a sacrifi'ce. What sacrifice?— that fat cigar, that lobster, that cus- tard? Not likely. Do you want the poor man to starve ? "Now, just the tenants' &ide of the question. 'Yes, sir, I have had my rent imc.reased three times this year. And my two boys—I depend on them- they, joiined the Army when this 'ere war broke out. And now one of them's killed—(sobs)—and the other's in the trenches. I told the landlord this, but lawks, he just said he was sorry, and that's all!' "Our landlord wouldn't mind if he could rely upon the sons of his tenants to protect the walls which keep the yearning mother from the cold of the cruel winter. If lie could still grind, and grind Hie extortionate rental which the poor mother is at her wit's end to provide. "Come, landlord, show a little con- sideration and patriotism, and the rents as they were before the war. Think of those brave lads who are stain- ing the battlefields with their blood, -in order to protect their mothers, yea and even you. Think how you would like to be out there. Think" of the mother who dreams of her son out there, and how she :is going to pav her next week's rent. Do have a little more manhood. Thq reward wiiH be vours, and you will })j.t\.o 'done your bit' nobly and well
BARRY WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY NEXT, NOV. 21. Popular Chrysanthemum and Patriotic Services HA.M. REV. FRED. J. POPE. 6.30'P.M. Rev. E. HORROCKS HOWARD ON How to End the War A large number cf Exhibition Chrysan- themum Plants and Blooms will be used in decorating the Church. Mr and Mrs Howard win Sing. ALI, WELCOME. Holton-road Baptist CburdL Barry Docks. PREACHER, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21st, MORNING 11, EVENING 6.30, The Rev. A. S. EVANS, OF ST. HELLON'8. Brotherhood Committee on Sanday, at 3 o'c!oeb. Don't Forget the Boys! At the Front & Abroad CHRISTMAS and NEW YEA!} CARDS w Speciality of Patriotic Cards. Order Early! PLEASE SEND POST CARD TO THE "BARRY DOCK NEWS OFFICES, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCKS For the Best Quality and most Varied, Dainty, and Up-to-Date Specimen Books. FOR SALE. WELL and su'bstanti'aJly-built ? HOUSES in BROAD-STREET, BARRY, Lot a.t 13/- per week, Inclu- sive. For further particulars, apply to REES PHILUPS & CO., 29, Holton-road, Barry Docks. !$ MONEY YOUR PRESSING MEEO? TTF so we can come to your help, without making i repayments a burden to you. A!l Loans repaid by eaay weekly INSTALMENTS, and all Borrowers participate in Dividend and Bonus Benefits. All Fronts shared alikf. Information readily gtven, and strictest secrecy kept. Apply the Secretary, E. W. 8TANDEN. The Progressive Mutual Investment Society (reciBtered nnder the Friendly Sboiet'ps Act, 1896), 89, Holton road (above Scotch Woo!' Go's. Shop), Barry Dock?. JAMES PAYNE, (uJptOt & rØ\onumrnbtl #$on. BARRY DOCKS. DESIGNS AND PRICES ON APPLICATION ENQUIRIES M6PEOTFUMY SOLICITED. Works: Private AddreB LOWER MOBEL STBEET. 40, JEWEL STREET.
Rirths, Xarriages, De&ths, In Memoriam. &c. BIRTHS STEPHENS.—On the 13th instant. at The Grange, SnUy.the wife of Mr A. T. Stephen!?, a daughter. MARRIAGES. AYRES PHILLIPS.—On the 13th instant, at St. Paul's Church, Barry, by the Rev. T. Jone?, Mr John Ayera, 25, Brook-street, to Miss Bessie PhiHips, 11, Lombard-etreet, both of Barry Doekf. OSBOURN—GALE.—On November t5t.h, 1915, at Cardiff, Wiltiam, eldest eon of W. J. Oabonrn, to Mand, second daoghter of the late H. Gale, both of Barry. DEATHS. EDWARDP.—On the 16th instant, at the King Edward VII. Hospital, Cardin', Mrs Elsie Nellie Edwards, wife of Mr Charles Edwardf, and second daughter of Mr and Mrs E. Francis, Vere-street, Cadoxton-Ba,,ry. aged 27 years- JONES.—On the 15th instant, at 70ct, Hih- street, Barry. Kez:a, widow of the late Rev. Lewis Jonef, Xaztrctb, Pentre Rhondda. POWELL.—On the 16th insta%t, suddenly, Mr Frederick William PoweII. Board of Trade, of Radnor Villa, Norwich-road, Cadoxton-Barry, aged 43 years.—Funeral Saturday, leaving the houae at 2.45 p.m. Gentlemen only.
Nat. Telephone: Telegrams: No.128 Barry. Ad&mB,Undertaker,B&rry A. G.ADAMS & CO., UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL FLI KRIS HERS& DIRECTORS 134,HOLTONR(iD BARRY DOCK Proprietors of the moft modern ?Rne?&! Oarriagee and Belgian JBorae'' kept exclnBively for Funerals. PERSONAL SUPERVISION. Every Requisite for Funerals of all Classes with suverior Style and Nconolnys*every