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FURTHER CASUALTIES TO U I G i L C J 1 I n r p tI ltOt7r HKY HOESj
￼ FURTHER CASUALTIES TO U Ù I G i\. L C .J -1- I n r p,' tI 'l.tOt7r-. ¡ H\K?Y H::?OES. j I YOI-N(-; ?KRUKAXT. | I. ) 1.\[\. ,t\l_ herge-a.ilr Frank 020). of the. Oth Dsvoii^, whose is ltll. 1 ard-street, Barry Docks, is now in bos- pital in Devon port. siiffermcr from bul- let wounds in the rlLtht thigh. Ser- geant Mnrrpll lias two brothers serving with the Colours, one of whom is a Serpen i it-instructor of sword man ship. OTHER LOCAL SOLDIERS WHO HAVE FALLEN. In the official list issued bst Friday I of casualties, appeared the names of Private P. Barn field ('9892), Lanca- • shire Fusiliers, reported wounded; and Private F. Phillips (19203), King's Own Scottish Borderers, reported miss- ing. Both Barnfield ,iiid Pliillips,be- long to Barry. RECOVERING AT DINAS POWIS HOSPITAL. One of the patients at Dinas Powis Auxiliary Hospital is Rifleman Jack Akers. aged 23. of the 11th Battalion I Rifle Brigade, who was wounded in France on June 17. His home is at 47, j Lombard-street, Barry Docks, and pre- vious to enlisting, eleven months ago, j was in the employ of the Barry Rail- way Compajiy. I WOrXDED AT AFAMETZ WOODS. Private J. Fonraere, of the Cardiff City Battalion, was wounded in the thigh and foot during the great Bri- tish advance Oil -Arartietz Woods, in France, and is now in hospital at Liverpool. Private Fouracre's home is at Gilbert House, •• Cadoxton-Barry. FURTHER LOCAL SOLDIERS WOUNDED. Official lists issued during the week include the names of the following local men who have been wounded in action :—Private P. Alien (9905), East Surrey Regt. (Barry): Gunner W. G. Turner (412). Royal Garrison Artillery (Cadoxton) Private J. Dig- gins (780). Royal Garrison Artillery (Barry Docks): and Private F. James (315f)2). Royal Welsh Fusiliers Docks). SUFFERIXG FROM SIIELL SHOCK. Private F. Morris. Roval Welsh Fusiliers, is now in hospital at Rouen suffering from shell-shock received in action in France, on July 28. Private Morris is 24 years of age. married, his wife living at 24, Arthur-street, Cadoxton-Barry. DINAS POWIS SOLDIER DIES OF WOUNDS. Private GeorgeH. Wright, of the tWelsh Regiment, has died of wounds re- ceived whilst in action. Private Wright is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wrightf of Highwalls, Dinas Powis. NARROW ESCAPES OF CADOXTON SERGEANT. Sergeant Vincent- Watkins, of the machine-gun section Welsh Regiment, writing to his wife, Mrs. Watkins, 1, Church-terrace, Cadoxton-Barry, from Halesworth Hospital, Suffolk, gives a racy account of his escape from death after having been wounded at Mametz Wood. He says I was turning to see where the other gun was when I was shot in the chest, and I had quite a lively time getting away. I rolled into a shell hole, but I hadn't been there long before a big howitzer shell dropped about a yard away on the left anu buried me completely, and I said finish then. Two of our boys, ad- vancing to the attack, saw what had happened, and dug me out with en- trenching tools. One of them, Corporal Northdale, while kneeling to pull some stuff off my chest, was shot through the face. I should like to know what be- came of him. I hope he got back. He deserves the V.C.: also Private Leigh, for after Northdale was shot -he got me out and helped me into the hole made by the shell that buried me. It took me until nightfall to crawl 500 yards back to a hollow where the battalion bivouacked the previous night. The doctor saw me and sent me forward. Whilst the stretcher party was resting a shell dropped in the midst of them. killing two and wounding two. and thev fell on top of me in the stretcher, but I íY;1Sn)t hit. It rained oil night and all next day. and I didn't get to the dressing station till after midnight on the Saturday. They sent me on to the charing station, where I was not expected to live. Xow I am almost well.- and hope to be home within the next fortnight.
COAL TRIMMERS FATAL FALL
COAL TRIMMER'S FATAL FALL. Thomas TCvnr>s ;-r>D. a ooaltrimmer. of 7ft, Ri'-ry. fell down the hold of a steamer at 13:">rrV Docks on Wednesday evening Inst. He was picked np unconscions, and conveyed to the Town Accident Hospital, where he succumbed to his injuries early this morning (Tnnrpday). Evans was for- merly in the Life Guards.
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CO \Vd ES PON DEN CE. j I". LA" I The E'liter iJcM:e-s L ".ate u(t UP doe* not ?t,d'?t?e'3??p?? h? Oofc-'ptrnt'. LOCAL FARMERS AND V.A.D. HOSPITALS. To the Editor of the "Barry Dotk News." Sir.—In your issue of the 4th inst. I noticed a letter, signed by Mr. F. P. Jones Lloyd, under the above heading. If my judgment counts for anything, I should say it was an excellent idea. Barry, on more than one occasion, has been in the forefront; surely she is not going to be behind in this. No doubt those who have allotments find, in face of the high price of food, that they need all they can grow to supplement what they cannot get for cash. Is it not possible for the Council to move in the direction that will provide the labour that could be obtained gratuitously with plots of land? In a conversation a little while ago, when on leave, with several ratepayers, I found that there are many desirous of getting an allotment, and some that hold an allotment at present feel the need of a little more, but do not see any way of getting it. What an excellent opportunity is af- forded to those of Barry whose resi- dences are so favourably surrounded with ground suitable, and in many cases available. to consider seriously if they could plant up some small cor- ner with greenstuff for the sole use of the (or any) V.A.D. Hospital. In times such as these, and I fear what wo have to face, the joy of sitting in one's parlour, and looking on a leek where a lily used to grow, or a cauli- flower instead of a wallflower, in spite of the beauty of these, should have no equa l .— Y ours truly. ERNEST PAUL. R.V. Hospital. Netley. LORD KITCHENER, NATIONAL MEMORIAL FUND. To the Editor of the Barry Dock News. Sir,—My Counci l's anxiety to make the Lord Kitchener National Memorial Fund as great a success as possible must bo my excuse for venturing to ask you to be good enough to give pub- licity to the facsimile of Lord Kit- chener's letter so well reproduced by Messrs. Raphael Tuck and Sons, who are giving their services in connection with this national publication entirely free. Apart from the profits which will acc rue directly to the Lord Kit- chener National Memorial Fund from the sale of the fac- simile letter, its circulation among the public will be a constant reminder of the invaluable services rendered by Lord Kitchener to the Em- pi re.—Yours faithfully, (SIR) HEDLEY F. LE BAS, Joint Hon. Secretary. 34-5, Norfolk-street. London, W.C.
i MR. A. T. HAMMOND, 1 AUCTIONEER, VALUER, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. SEVERAL DESIRABLE PRO- PERTIES situate at BARRY AND BARRY ISLAND. TO LET. Lock-up Shops, Barry Island and Vere-streot, Cadoxton. AGENT FOR VILLA SITES on Porth-y-Castell. Barry Garden Suburb. Pamphlets and full particulars. .Plans may be seen at this Office, 101, HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCKS. Telephones: 250 Barry Docks, 282 Barry. I Telegrams: "Hammond, Barry." WEDDING CARDS a OF THE CHOICEST DESIGNS AND ARTISTIC EXECUTION MAY BE OBTAINED AT THE 'Barry Dock News,' Holton road, Barry Docks. Carls can be supplied the name day as ordered. IJAMES PAYNE, cu [picr & ^lanumcntai (Jflason. I BARKY DOCKS. DESIGNS AND PRICES ON APPLICATION ENQUIRIES BKSPECTFTJLLY SOLICITED. Works: Private Address LOWEll MOKKL STREET. 40, JFWKI. STREET.
-=. Births, ferriages, Deaths, In Memoriam, &c. BIRTHS BOOKER.—On the 2 d instant, at Albyn House, The Parade, Barry, wife of Mr Frederick Booker, a son. MARRIAGES. CLEMO-C,ALTON.-On the 7rh instant, at Cad oxton Parish Church, by the Rev. J. 8. Longdon, rector, Mr Walter James Clemo, 23, Robbies-lane, to Mits Clementina Mary Gallon, 32, Davies street, bcth of Cadoxton-JBarry. DAVI,ION-SA NI WAYS. -August 5th, at St, Andrew's Parish Church, Dinas Powis, by the j Right Rev. Bishop Crossley, D.D, Harold, joangestson of Mr Robert Davison, Neathway, to May, second daughter of Mr Harry Sam ways, both of Dinas Powi?. LATHAM—BOWSHER.—July 22ad, at the Parish Church, Cadoxton-Barry, by the Rev. Ifor Davies Sapper George William Latham, 2/2 Company, Glamorgan Fortress R.E., to Miss Alico Maud Bowsher, daughter of Mr George Bows»h^r, 30 Daviee-srrest, Cadoxton-Barry. WILLIAMS—PHILLIP^. — On the 9uh instant, at Tabernacle Welsh Baptist Chapel, Cardiff, the Rev. B. Williams, Baptist taini-ter, Bletchley, Buck", to Miss Esther Phillip* (Vfair IWi), daughter rf Mrs Fhiilipn, Arfryn, Woodland- road, Barry Pocks. DEATHS. EDWARDS.- On August 3rd, at, 36, Rich^rd- ptreet, Barry Do-ks, Guy, ihe beloved eldest son of Mr and Mrs J. Edwards, ailed 27 yearr. HOt KEN. — August 2nd, nt Kynance, Dinie Powi-, Et!ie. wife of Mr Fnuik Hccken. HUGUES.—August 7th, at 16, Plymouth-road, Barry Island, Henry Martyn Hngb, M.R.P.S. ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF SYMPATHY. DYER.—Mrs Rrsina Dyfr, of Sunny Bank, York- place, Barry, df^ires to thank all kilid friends for their letters of sympathy and floral tributes, in her recent PAD bereave JO eat. F.DWARDS.—?,Tr and Mr8 J. Edward, and Family, 36, Richard-street, Barry Donks, desire to tender thfcir sincere thanks for the many excretions of sympathy fc hown them in the sad Ic-9 of their dear son Guy. and fur the beautiful floral tributes sent in memory of the beloved dead. IN MEMORIAM. RIMRON.—In loving memory of Sergeant Jona- than Rimron, 8th Welsh Pioneers, son of Mr and Mrs Oliver Eimrcn, 24, Ricbard-etret t, Barry Docks, killed in action August 8th, 1915, at Dardanelles, aged 22 year.onrned by Father, Mother, Brother, and Si:.ter.
W. H. Hooper & Co., I I Complete Funeral Furnishers, Embalmers, & Sanitarians, Mourning Carriago Proprietors, 98, HIGH STREET, BARRY. WREATHS, TABLETS & CARDS. TEL.:—BARRY 64. All Funerals receiveJPersonaI Supervision. Our Mr. W. H. HOOPER is an Embalmer by Diploma of the Massachusetts College cf Embalming, in the City of Boston, U.S.A. He is also accompanied by capable Lady Attendant. I —— I < I N-et,TeIephone r Tolograms: No,128 Barry. Adams,Undertaker.Barry A. G. ADAMS & CO., UNDERTAKERS' FUNERAL FURNI £ fcER$&DIRECTORS 134, HOLTON RCAD BARRY DOCK Proprietors of the most modern Funeral Carriages and Belgian Horeep kept exolusively for Funerals. PERSONAL BUPERVIBION. Every Requisite for Funerals of all Classes with Superior Style and Economy ins very detail for Town or Country Workshop and Mews-eel., Bfi»»TBTtt-8T-»KK 1 I ■ .i Tel.-408 Barry Teleg ma "Gay Undertaker, Barry,, G. GAY & SONS, UNDERTAKERS AND Complete Funeral Furnishers, STATION ST., BARRY DOCKS. Personal Supervision. W. FVANS & Co., Sculptors and Designers. Monumental Works- OUTSIDE CEMETERY GATES Headstones, Crosses, and Monuments in Marble, Granite, and Stone. All Stone direct from Quarries. ENQUIRIES SOLICITED. Private Address— 36, Kingrsland-crescent, Barry Docks. BLOOD. BLOOD. Health and Life depends upon your Blood being Pure, Rich, and Strong. HTJ&HES' BLOOD PILLS. HUGHES' BLOOD PILLS are raost 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 'I/ a t I have been in great agony for weeks, with piin in my Back and Legs, with, Piles, Headache, and Constipation.' 1 HUGHE >'BL00.D PILLS' are cur- ing me rapidly. 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 wovk I am now quite a new man after taking them. I ;rave a few if them to a young girl who was suffering from dieadful tits, falling down suddenly in the street. They arc doing her good also.—F. WEBBER, CARDIFF. T, ARNING. \"h 1 j When bayicg don't be deceived Sold by Chemist? and Sorep, Pricr, :,dtH¡;!ir:: War Tax, 1/3, 3/ 5/ or "uHI direct to UuiSrtr value ia suirapa or P.O. See that „ „ Trad-j f:h:l¡' "f ¡¡. Heart. Tbus ie on each box, Take no other. Demand Genuine Sort. JACOB HUGHES, M.P.S., L.D.S., Manufacturiijg' Chemist, renart'n, CARDIFF. Holton-ioad Baptist Chua-lj, Barry Docis PREACHER, SUNDAY. AFGUST 13th, MORNING 11, EVfeNING 6.30, Rev. EMBLYN THOMAS, B.A., WHITCHURCH. I GOULD'S FOUNDRIES, LTD,, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS AND GENERAL ENGINEERS, (BETWEEN NOS. 4 AND 5 TIPS), BARITY. NEW MORTAR MILLS PtiO PARTS ALWAYS KEPT IN STOCK, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF CASTINGS MADE. SOLE MAKERS OF SMITH'S PATENT GULLEYS. BUILDERS' CASTINGS SUPPLIED MACHINERY BOUGHT AND SOLD. Telephones Foundries-Cardiff, 4743 & 4744. Barry, 415 & 416. Residences-Dinas Powis, 80. Barry, 416. Penartb, 349. Telegrams—" Cupola, Cardiff.' II Castings, Barry." SEDOiiSB, -Er,n & EmSE!? 1h.. û 13 ¡i Ü J ld: 1.: t J t i UJ.\ & t 8' RINGS. BEST VALUE 1 H. B. CROLT C. 11 16, St MARY-STREET, 48, QUEEN STREET 9, High-street Arcade, Cardiff THE 1CITYMIWILLERS. Guaranteed best Value in the Principality A Handsome Present given to every Purchaser I naming this Paper. LARGE quantity of PEA STICKS ia Bandies JLJ BEAN STICKS in Bundles, out-door TOMATO PLANTS, SWEET PEAS in Pots, WHITE ASTERS, MIXED ASTERS, STOCKS. PETUNIAS, LOBELIA, CELERY PLANTS, PANSY ROOTS, VIOLET ROOTS, Yellow, Blue, White. WREATHS and CROSSES a Speciality at Shortest Notice. S. WOODHAHJ & SON, Wholesale & Retail Fruit Stores, 108, HIGH STREET, BARRY. Telephone 374. ￼ ?' J MANY PEOPLE' "t ]' 11- "f: '1 1:1 '71., JJ. r Ji! lJ rl.L£j ||j Choose a pair of Glasses in tb« 1 Si would select a hat; if the fit appears riv Ilt, mid t-Vy I Igj see in them at all, that is enough. B This is a Great pi ,I ,vCI"="=" MISTAKE.-gsg j '.r.. L..t; h E Y F. is a most dfciicato oraun, (iiul it ncech « care and attention and IN NO CASE phoul.i GI »r-sc« S be worn until the EYES have bv-fn M teated. 1 J MY ADVICE II Is at your disposal FREE. A vh it to my Sight- § Testing Rooms will ensure Proust and Skilful H AttentioiL. ￼ S- ￼ ?* ? ￼ ￼ j W. ? ??* REE», H.P.S, I I r Pharmacist & Ophthalmic Optician. I ] ? § 238. Hoiton Road, BARffY DOCK. |.| | IL,or'8W' Iù,.r" J f. A:i.f ,:I!"j. ?BARRY DOCK N ,;ws-" w.}. It.. J Small Prepaid Acivertlswmenis, Three Six Words. Once. Times. Times. 20 words 1 0 1 6 2 G 30 words 1 G 2 0 3 0 40 words 2 0 3 0 4 0 Bach extra 10 words 0 G 1 0 1 G General Advertisements, 1 to 4 insns. Is. 6d. per in. per insn. 4to6" Is. 3d. 77 7) 6 to 13 ls. j, j> 26 „ 9d. 52 6d. 7} Sitmtiowz tlacauI WANTED for Barry, August Uth-Hth, a VV good CHARWOMAN. Alao GARDENER. —Apply EASTWOOD, Elmsleigh, Weston-super- Mare. WANTED respectable DAY GIRL, about 18 W years.-Apply MONTROSE, Colcot-road, Barry. WANTBD a MAID ag help. Another kept.- W Apply, before 1130 a.m., Y.M.C.A., Barry Docks. WANTED a smart CLERK ia Ship Repairer's Office, Bristol Channel. Ineligible, one accustomed to abstracting, shorthand, type- writing. State age, experience, wages required. Send copies testimonials to "Quex," Barry Herald, Barry. WANTED, CARMAN for Wine and Spirio Merchant. -Apply, stating age and salary required, VAUGHAN, St. Nicholas-road, Barry. WANTED clean respectable GIRL for Kitchen. —Apply BABBBTT HOTEL, Barry Dockp. ] IVERPOOL VICTORIA LEGAL FRIENDLY J SOCIETY have Vacancy for COLLECTOR (Male or Female). Apply 9-10 a.m. 72, Broad- street, Barry. WANTED at once, WATCHMAN -:f: ￼ ENGINEERING WORKS.—Apply with references, to Watchman," Barry Dock ?6M's, Barry. l'APt-N: :E:tPhai: AL edncated.—Apply W. E. REES, Pharmacist and Optician, 238, Helton-road, Barry Docks. WOMAN WANTED assist Housework, two or j three days weekly, 9 to 2.—8, Park-, avenue, Barry. 111artmtnts to TO LET, two or three UNFURNISHED ROOMS, Wyndham-street, Barry Docks. No children.—Apply P. Barry Dock Neios, Barry. rjpWO FURNISHED ROO US TO LET. Good Tlocality, well recommended.—Apply "B.A. Barry Dock News, Barry. ^0t .Sale FOR SALE two lady FOX TERRIER PUPPIES. Champion pedigree, six weeks old.—Apply 34, Salisbury-road, Barry. HEARSE, light glass aidee, own build, good as new, great reduction. Cash or easy terms. —MAKSTON, 24, Bradford-street, Birmingham. MOTOR LORRY, magnificent chassis, fitted ?jL with body, own build, immediate delivery, Cash or easy terms.- MARSTON, 24, Bradford- street, Birmingham. STABLE PREMISES FOR SALE, back of Plymouth-road, Barry Island. One-horse Stall, spacious Coach-honsf, and large lofty Workshop. Motor Shed and Yard attached.— Apply 18. The Parade, Barry. MtBCtiimcouB. PROVE to your profit that each hen can lay six t "eggs a week in Spring on KARSWOOD SPICE (containing ground insects). 2d., 6d., !— DA VIES, South Wales Corn Storek, Cadoxtoh-Barry. I IM;() :'r'; 'I- MOTHERS.—KvertJ Mother who values the Health 1111& I Clc,li, of )u r Child should use nAR' SON'S ]TELIABLE NURSERY rO?. I.L\DE. One appHo.ition kills all Nits ￼ Vermin, bcaut.iRcs :!?d strengthens the H?'?' In Tins, 4?d. and 9d. Postage Id Geo. ?' Hanison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Ch?' i?s. Agents for Barry Dof'?s—M..ReeSt ? CIicuii'.r., 'J9u, Holt?n-road; and Hicks & Co., Chemists. Barry Docks and Cardie. I -_c- fT? ?? ?REXT.Jt'BBYKGCO?TBAC!? JL?. S- S? !3, Beryl road, Barry I)oC 1. All kin.:? ?i R?.?ir-) ,=xC!ltc' cEcieatly, ?' with personal attention. Rods. lea?? ranges, boilers, floors, drains, masonr?? bric?' lay'n?. general honae and building repairs. GREY HAIR permanently and speed^ Grc,stored to original colour bv HARRISON'S HAIR COLOUR RESTORER Not a dye, but by natural means acts ?, restorative. Contains nothing injurious, an is beneficial to the growth and beauty of tbe Hair. In bottles, price 1/6 (postage 3d ?' tra).-G. W. Harrison, Hair Speci?'? Reading. Agent, Ba.rry Docks :-Mr. Rees, Chemist. RHEUMT-IM,LUMBAGo.-Try URICUR? LINIMENT and DROPS. Givef Rreat Rel? and most Comforting. Uricura Drcp,3, Liniment, 1,3. Chemist? or post free HAMMO?' REMEDIES Co., Barry. Glamorgan. ;:)-"Ol\¡-WILLIAMS, S!&tcr, and Plasterer, ao? .L GGneral Jobbing Mason, 1, Hillside VU?' Cadoxtoc-Bar?y. All kind of General ,qUU06 Repairs esei All OrdHs promptly attende to. Estimates free. SatidactioD guaranteed. G' I B 8 LiCE?KEn HOBSK SLAUGHTiC?? Gyive c.: d.?t,,d Hor?ee, Cattle, &c., Temo? from Barry and district, ten miles rfdivo." AdOiesw, 20, Lt.A :DAFF-ROAD, CARDIFF. ?' Tel. 3379. Ordere receive prompt attention FOR YOUR POULTRY FOOD go to W. JC BURROUGH, Newport Houeo, Th POOO Etreei. Chick Food in 5d packets; also !o0?'* A?ern o? C&porc* and Hyde's Bird Seed. -w. i-TJÙ)- a;q-titYf-RAGS)BOSBr W Fat, Rubber, Lead, Sera )Iron, and Mef" Cash bu?