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ti TEL. 1871. Books are Silent Friends. I ? f, SCHOLASTIC Silent Friends. ? ? 8CH.OLAST1C BOOK DE POT. J. H. DYER, CHILDREN'S PICTURE BOOKS. PLAYING CARDS from 6d. per Pkt. BLACKBOARDS and EASELS. ILLUSTRATED GIFT BOOKS in Velvet, Calf, Persian, Yapp Edges, &c., all the Latest Styles from Is. to 10B. 6d. PURSES and LADIES' BAGS. REWARD BOOKS for Sunday Schools. SWAN FOUNTAIN PENS, gold mounted, for Presents, from 12/6 to 42/- each, DISCOUNT BOOKSELLER. PARK HALL BUILDINGS, 95, QUEEN-STREET, CARDIFF. R. J. HEATH & SONS, s SOLE AGENTS for the WORLD-RENOWNED fcROADWOOD PIANOS, I PtEYEL PIANOS, RTEINWAY PIANOLA-PIANOS, 4ND THE ORCHESTRELLE CO.S ￼ "IANOLA-PIANOS & EOLIANS. I I ?ASON AND HAMLIN ORGANS. PIANOFORTES IN STOCK BY IOLLARD, BRINSMEAD, HOPKINSON, CHALLEN, CRAMER, BQRD, &c. L New Pianofortes I I* FROM 10/6 MONTHLY, ORGANS I BY I'tAI30N AND HAMLIN, BELL, DOMINION, &c ?onl Depot for HI3 MASTER'S ^jgu't I 'Y" GRAMOPHONES, RECP?? M- # £ &TH it SONS, 76, Queen-street, CARDIFF; jM 70, TAFF STREET, PONTYPRIDD; PENARTH, and PORT TALBOT. ^Iephone-2199 CARDIFF: 21 PONTYPRIDD. WEDDING, KEEPER, & EMBABEiEKI R I N G S. I Finest BEST VALuE a. Bi ROUCHIS, 16, St MARY-STREBT, I ? 48, QUEEN STREET 9, High-street Arcade, Cardiff THE 'CITY' JEWELLERS, Guaranteed best Value in the Principality. A fiapdBome Present given to every Purchaser naming this Paper. | ^ould^S^OWSDKIEST LTD., I t.'lItON AND BRASS FOUNDERS I L AND I GENERAL ENGINEERS, (BETWEEN NOS. 4 AND 5 TIPS), BARRY. MW MORTAR BILLS AND PARTE ,i ALWAYS KEPT IN STOCK, AND EVERY ? DESCRIPTION OF CASTINGS MADE. •| BOLE MAKERS OF l SMITH'S PATENT GULLEYS. 5 BUILDERS' CASTINGS SUPPLIED í • MACHINERY BOUGHT AND sold.^ Telephones ?OQndnea—CMdiS, 4743 & 4744. j j Barry, 415 & 416. I ?dencea—Dinaa Powis, 80. I r Barry, 416. j Penartb, 349. I Tetegrama—"Capola. Cardie." Castings, Barry." 5?o LOANS I Tf you have a private income, or to I ? money or property under a Will or ?SetM? ? ,j ?nt, we can arrange for you & Cash Advance &t I r4v8 per cent per annum, and Principal can ttrARin outstanding over a number of years. } NOTE OF HAND LOANS. I (Without any other security) also advanced j • t very moderate rates extended over long or I -1; hort periods. No charge unless busi«es3 done, j Py: t I CHARLES STEVENS, Ltd., • Hayes Buildings, Cara-iff. f TEL. No. 467J f NOTE.-We shall be pleased to "ad vipe you free j- Df all cost. No expense of any description unless business done. |T Telephone 8.74. J S. "WOODHAKI & SON, I, Wholesale & Heta Fruit Stores, 108, HIGH STREET, BARRY. PO-USH CUT FRUIT & VEGETABLES FROM [ OWN GARDENS DAILY. ? Families waited on Daily. j i ?Peci&litiea—Wreatha, Crosses, and Cut Flowers. i 1 ?1 kinds of Garden Plants in Stock. SaTfoster, Practical plumber, j Park Crescent, Barry. l' PERSO'Nà.L WORK. ? ?Wn and Counts work with 30 years ? practical experience, not theory. r?st Ct? wut ensnro pro?t attention. R. W. WOOLCOCK'S I Arabian Oil Embrocation FOR ALL ANIMALS. Stands unrivalled. The hair will grow same color. Flies will not touch any part where oil is applied. No bathing or binding is required. Animals like it to be applied as it sooths the wounds immediately. II "190 YEARS IN USE. 1. per Bottle. I See Piv Mme on bottle. II SOLO EVERYWHERE,"Oft FROM SOU PROPRIETOR. I I R w. WOOOCK, II I 11 CARDIGAN. TESTIMONIAL. S. W. DAW KINS, Esq., J.P., Havlett Grange, ITaver f ord west, says:I have fouad yens. Embrocation very good for Sore Udders in Cowe, and for Woanda and Sote Shoulders oi Horeea.' Sold at Barry by rR. P. D. RICHARDS, Ph.O., M.P.S. The Pharmacy, Cadoxton; and by MR. D. J. THOMAS, M.P .S., Chemist, 148, Holton-road. TtiE REALWELSH C'URE ) 119 S HAI?MfS i L S AM CURES K COUGHS ,COLDS Iftvaluable Nursery ?m, Bottler l??Md 3 flsiK OF ALL CHEMISTS AND STORES. HI V PURE BLOOD 1 Pure Blood and a Clear Skin. 9 ii are impossible when the Liver, Stomach and Kidneys are sluggish or irregalar. Holloway's Pills are exactly what is needed-a gentle I but thorough corrective. They I regulate the biliary secretions and 9 promptly cure Headaches and I i Indigestion. IHOLLOWAYSJ I JWUSSOINIMQjy I Holloway's Ointment, in con- JB junction with the Pills is un- 9 matched as a Skin Cure, peedily 9 r?Toving all disfiguring blotches, 9 pi??Ies and blackheads. It is a 9 sur,- !11edy for Obstinate Sores 9 and L Wounds, as well as for 9 Rheuma. n, Lumbago, &c., while 9 in cases of Chest and Throat 9 Troubles it gives almost magical 9 relief. < Prices ilil, and 2/9 per 5■ box jof Pills or pot ii Ointment. J 4 CLEABSKIN "I IWHARTON-STREET SALEROOMS CARDIFF. LJLVY1 FB. A. 8ETCHFIELD will SELL by ?i AUCTION on THURSDAY NEXT a Large Assemblage of Superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, removod for convenience of Sale, oomprisina Dining and Drawing-room Suites, 2 excellent Pianofortes, Walnut Sidoboards and Over- mantels, Dining and Occasional Tables, Wal- I nut and Oak Hailefeacds, Clocks, Bronzes, Foa and Dinner Services, Carpets and Rugs, Oarbs and Brasses, Bedroom Suites in r&rious woods, All-Brass and other Bed- ■ iszds, Wire and Wool Overlays, Chests of Drapers, Washsfcstnds, TaUas, Toilet Ware, &c. 1,e at 2 o'clock sharp, No reserve. THE GREAT SKIN CURE. BUDDEN'S S.R. SKIN OTNTMEST. It will cure Itching after one application destroys every form of Eczema; heals old Wounds and Sores acts like a charm on Bad Legs is infallible for Piles; prevents Cnts from festesing; will cure Ringworm in af«sw days; removes the mogt.obstinateEruptions and Scurvy Boxes, 9d and Is 3d. Agettt for Barry T)orks; V i- D. J. Thomas, Chspaist I48s Holton-road,
WHAT BEAONSFIELD WOULD b I
WHAT BEA(>ONSFIELD WOULD bÓ. WIN THE WAR. AND WIN IT I THOROUGHLY. I ANNUAL miMmSE DINNER AT OADOXTON CONSERVA- TIVE CLUB. I The annual Primrose Dinner, fol- lowed by a Smoking Concert, in con- nection with the Cadoxton Junior Con- iSGrViatiye Club aiiad Institute, was hcild (as briefly reported in our last issue) on Wednesday evening, the 20tai ult. The dinner was a great succosis, the coanmodious hiall the Institute being fillod with guests. Mr. A. E. Knill oc- cupied the chair. iamd he was supported by- ex-Aldeinuan Robert Hughes, J.P., f Mcsisrs. H. Robt. Topping (chief Con- serv/ative tagenA for South Gila-anorgan), O. B. Griffiths (chairmiain of Barry Dis-. trict Cotmcil) L. Y. Owen, T. John, G. Jfa/moSj J, A. Owen. Trevor Roberts, H. Girajit, etc. The Bufttrillis Camp Orcheistd-a ren- dered selections during the proceed- iugs, under the direction of Sergea
DEATH OF PROFESSOR JOHN LLOYDI i
DEATH OF PROFESSOR JOHN LLOYD. i PASSING AWAY OF WELL- KNOWN SHOWMAN ANJ) ENTERTAINER. 'I I I It is with regret we record the death of Professor" John Lloyd, well- known throughout South .Wales as showman and entertainer for .a long number of yeans. Mr. Lloyd had lived ￼ v I at Barry JOT a considerable time, and was well-known a?d respected, his death taking pl?co at his r(\idencn. I Holton-road, Barry Docks, on Mv! D?v. 'in fhis 03rd ';03,1'. ¡ The death of Professor Lloyd dc- (if one of its loading showmen. Born at Buitth Wells ei-xty years lago. Mr, Lloyd, in the ,course of this career toured through tho British Isles, first •wi.iJi Bo stock and Wombwell's and other well-known shows, and later on his own account. He was on expert conjurer, and, fear- less to a degree, had also acted as tamer of wild beasts. As a -concession for the (surrender Û'f certain 'lands he held in the city, Professor Lloyd was -many years ago granted ?ie f ree- dom of LT'?rpooh and was privHe.ged to show in the ie:apirt:131 of the* Mersey without t^ynient of tolls, fees, or other charges, a distinction unique among Z71 sihownncin. and believed to ibe. held by I nO. other. For a number of years the deceased was a. member of the execu _I tive council of the N?oiml Showmen's Guild, land dUring bus time jnrt:ro(Jucccll to i'hf public many ?ota?e frp'nks. IL )
I TOE REV 0 A TTBjEY CIARK j
I TOE REV. 0. A TTB-j&EY CIARK. j .An iaiterestkig announcement a.p- li>e.a,rs in the papers this week, to the Effect that the Rev. 0, Aubrey Clark, lately assistant cnD?e?t St. M?}y's phureh, Barry Docks, hn? bi?n licensed ats assistant = curate to St. An- iirew's. Dinas Powis, where his rector váU be the Right Rev. Bishop .Croslslov. It twill be romembered that tjw rev. gentlooasan left Cadoxton with the intention of working in the (fi.ocese o.f BloemfonteMi, South Africa. He) had made all arrangements for so I doing, but wIt mil. few days of the intended date for sailing from Eng- j land he received intimation from the < d iocesan a-uthor'ities at-Bloem.fonteiai that 1 owing to serious dignities, mainly at- t aributablo to the war, 'he would not be ) &Me to join the diocesan staff as In- i ?ided. Conise??e'nt on this chm?e in i o,ii plans, Mr. Clark was offered, and H'- cepted, the assistant curacy as men- j 11Hünedabüve. and we understand he is ifrrtending to remiain in. fhis country fnr ,50me time. His many friends in the district will extend to Mr. jCIark their sympathy in the enforced a&tera- tion in his intentions, together jvith their'best wishes for happiness In the sipliere of work.
BKEUMATISMKIDNEY TROUBLE i I
BKEUMATISM—KIDNEY TROUBLE. i FREE TREATMENT. i\heuraatifaai is due to uric acid r-rystals in the joints and muscles, the result of excessive uric acid in the system that the kidneys failed to remove as nature intended, and this acid is also the cause of backache, lumbago, sciatic.a, goiit, urinary trouble, stone, gravel, dropsy. To prove Estora Tablets are the sucoessfiTl treatment for such complaints one full box of forty tablets will be sent to readers of the" Barry Dock News" on re- ceipt of tin's notice and 3d. in stamps to cover postage, packing, etc. Sold by chem- ists, 1/3 per box of 40 tablets, or six boxes for 6/9. For full box sample address Estora Co., 132. Cliatinpc Cross-road, London. W.O.— Barry Agents, W: T. Hicks & CO., 48, Holton-road.
I MUNICIPAL EIIPTOYEES I ANVAIILi I
I MUNICIPAL E?IIPTOYEES' I ANVAIIL).'i <- BARRY GAS AND "W ATER I COMMITTEE. I A special meeting of the Barry Gas and Water Committee was held on Monday-evening, last. The members present were Messrs. C. B. Griffiths, S. R. Jones, J. Marshall. G. Wareham. J. E. Levers, and W. Beck. Mr. S.- R. Jones was elected chair- man for the ensuing year. Mr. John Jenkins, sn peri 11 ten dent collector, reported that the total collec- tions for tho month amounted to ■ £ 3,807 Gs. Gd. The Gas and Water Engineer re- ported that the quantitv of sulphate in I stock was about 35 tons. The difficulty I with regard to obtaining supplies of sulphuric acid still continued. The de- ? mand for coke continuing, it had been necessary to restrict the sale to lcwt. for each customer. The chimney at the Gasworks was too small to carry away the products of combustion from the steam boilers, and explosions in the I' flues were frequent and were a source of danger to the men firing the bailers. The construction of a new chimnev would be very great, and he suggested that an induced draught nJant be in- stalled, at a cost of about £ 150. Resolved tha/t the Committee inspect I the works, and this was agreed to. I On the jnotion of Mr. Beck, seconded by Mr. Wareham. it was decided to make the usual h,hatr on thr gas and I water account of the Barry Red Cross I Hospital. A letter was read from Messrs. Hel- byrne and Browne, house agents, New- port, stating that they had requested the tenant of 15. Greenwood-street, Barry Docks, to take- steps to remove the gypsies who were living in "the yard. I The- award of the Board of Trade I arbitration, conducted by Mr. F. N. I Em?. B.A.L.. in regard to the differ- ence hctwr?n the Council and the muni- cipal employees, was now received. The I awards of employees not less than 21 years of age. and he- longing to grades recolvill" 3/ 2/ and 1/- war bonus, to be increased to 4/ except, gasfitters; (2) the employees less thaJl 21 years of ago, incroascd., from 1/- to 1/6; (3) the wages paid to o sa^fittors increased from Sid. to
I EASTER VESTRY OF BARRY
— EASTER VESTRY OF BARRY.* RESOLUTION OF PROTEST- AGAINST DISESTAB- LISHMENT. The Rector, the Rev. T. \V. Welch, presided at the Easter Vestry of Barry Parish, which was held in the Church Hall on Friday evening last. There was a large attendance. The siatOlllent of accounts was pre- sented, showing a balance in hand of £ 15 13s. 6d. 11\\0 amount of offertories showed a tot-al if £ 207 19s. Id., whilst the special o'ffertorv account reached £1-4 10s. 3d Messrs. C. Cll,r11fi)fu1 and J. C. Pa r- doo were elected chuirchwardens for the msuing twelve months, and a resolu- tion protesting against the Disestablish- ment and D:isendoi\vmcnt of the Church in Wales was unanimously passed. —
BARRY CANADA. Mr. Ivor Reoce, formerly travel- ling passenger agent of the at Tonsito. and son of Mr. C. Reece, of To. Park-grove. Barry, formerly sec- retary of the Barry Cricket Club, has been appointed city passenger agent of the line at Ottawa. rr. Recce was horn in South Wales thirty-five vears ago. ,-rni-d after an experience of twelve years in railway life at Barry, came to Canada nine years ago to accept a position in the general passenger de- payment of the C.N.R. ar Winnipeg. He has Iwn with the company in vari- ous capacities ever since, being assis- tant. city passenger agent at. Winnipeg, 1908-9 city pas-senger agent at Region, 1 f)0)- t 1 travelling passenger si gent at Chicago. 1911-13, a«d travelling pass- enger agent at Toronto. 19.13-1(1
I LOVES LAMENT I
I LOVE'S LAMENT. I O love is like a full-blown rose. Which soon will pass away, j As rue by one its petals fade. I Like dreams at
b.40. miij, — »0. THERE is nothing to equal I Zam-Buk for quickly soothing and healing a cut or sore, or for ridding the skin of Pimples, Itchy Rashes, or deep-seated skin diseases like Eczema, Ringworm, or Ulcers. Zam-Buk is a pure hcrbm balm of unique composition. It is every bit of it medicinal, and possesses Soothing, Healing, and Antiseptic qualities of rare power. Zam-Buk's wonderfully concen- trated character also makes it exceptionally economical in use. SEND YOUR SOLDIER FRIEND A BOX. 156/5. Pie. Edward Wood. of the 10th (Duke of Wellington's) West Riding Regt.. writes from the Front as follows :— We could never manage in the trenches without such a true friend as Zam-Buk. Zam-Buk comes as a God-send after one has been in the trenches. 1 get many a scratch and cut, but this liandy staid' always hwils them. Oime, 1 had a sore on my nose B which refused to heal. However, the first application of Zam-Buk did it a lot of good, and the place was soon quite better. Zam-Buk is worth its weight in gold out here." MOANIMA O.Lo rAx, IS MORAMYMtXtRAt. ￼ f a D U GS/W ￼ r" :??P RADIII ??? ?K li:ADS&BACKS.Mlf4iDPAI 5 ?L??ifCM??Pw CR"ZrIRS,' IS craisrs.rooTBnu PIA YCRS /& ￼ ￼ ?e??c/?/?/?? 6?/?f?M?) ￼ ￼ 0/ all Chemilita and Druggists, or The Zam-Buk Laboratories. Leeds, 1,"11 (plus lid. war-tax) or 2 9 (phis 3d. war-tax).
BARRY OUNTY COURT
BARRY (OUNTY COURT. His 1 i- lour Judge Hill Kelly con- ducted the May sitting of Barry County Court on Tuesday last. The only, business was to hear seven applications f court. The Registrar. rr. Alfred Jackson, hoard the uncontested cases. COULD NOT LIVE ON 1 G I. Mrs. Shea. Barry Docks, said sh-o could not live on 10/- a week, owing to aii illness, but his Honour thought she could. lIe ordered £ 1 to be paid out. IX A NAME. Ellen Thompson, a married womanV applied for payment of E2,0 out of: court in respect of the death of her son Charles Roberts Buller Baden Powell Thompson, who was killed by accident. One son, said applicant, was now in Franco fighting. l. His Honour granted payment of £20. i HI"SAND AND SON LOST. Mary Ann Gainsford. whose husband j was killed, and w hose >on had been re- ported missing in France, applied fot payment of £ 27 7s. Gd. His Honour concurred, and ordered 17 per week to die paid out. HFSBANn LOST AT SEA. Annie Mary Darling, who said her husband was lost at sea on October 26th, said she had Three children de- pendent. upon her. His Honour ordered 17/- per week to be paid out. ALL PEAS. Annie Verholmo snid she had been offered a business for the sale of fag- gots and peas. The fittings were valued at £12. and she asked that this amount, be paid out. His Honour agreed.
mrGLy MISHAP TO GREEK SEAMAN AT BARRY
m. rGLy MISHAP TO GREEK SEAMAN AT BARRY. Stavro Joanis, a Greek seaman, of 48, Thompson-si reel. Barry Docks, arrived by train froiu Cardiff at Barry Dock Sta,tion on Sunday evening last. Un got off whilst tho train was in motion, and fell between the platform and the footboard. The footboard had to be wrenched off bdore Joanis was extricated, and at the. Town Accident Hospital it was found that lie had sus- tained a broken rib.
FOOTBALL. Barry. Hvo goal s: Newport, two goals. At Harry. J). J. Jones (•>) S. Beaumont and Fred Sheldon scored for Barry.