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OTliER MEN'S MINDS. .1 .1 -1 In war the ouly test Is success, and no Government can be popular which does not win victories.—Ms. BoNAR LAW. IMPERIAL TRIPPERS. It would be useful if the statesmen of the Mother Country found time to vieit their children in the Dominions and saw the households they were living in. MR. ANlJREW FISHER. NO STRIKES. An industrial stoppage would have meant !oaing the war, and much as I hate conscrip- tion and consider it a trap and a fraud from beginning to end, my sense of duty to the brave fettows who have already lost their lives and those who are still fighting, compel me to discountenance industrial strife.—MR. J. II. THOMAS, M.P. DOMESTIC ECONOMY. There is no doubt about it. We have a.pt to take stock of our daily habits, and e have got to see by close examination how much we can really go without, how much we can give up of our expenditure, without real detriment to our power of work, and without saerincing obligations to others which we have undertaken. I believe that even with those two limitations we shall find that there is a good deal that we can all of ua do in the way of domestic economy. Mn. McEENNA. OUT OF THEIR ELEMENT. The poisoned source of nearly all our re- vcMps is our willingness to allow the con- duct of the war to remain in the hands of n: 'n of peace.—DR. E. J. DILLON. THE QUESTION. A-t,,u, the civilians at nome prepared to let their brothers and friends in the trenches .sacrifice their lives and endure hardships of all Idnd.9, and yet themselves not be ready to undergo the small sacrifices in the way of harder work, increased effort, and increased <'«'.tomy which alone can with certainty pro- vide our Armica with all that they require until the end of the war?—LoRD KITCHENER. SILVER BULLETS. I the Rank of England is doing as much to I carry the war to a successful conclusion as ts any of th< armies in the neld.—Ms. T. LutJGH, M.P. THE BEGINNING. The' war in which v/.e are now engaged cc.uld be foreseen in its broad outline from t!x' mr-ment, now many years ago, when the ambition of (iermany to be mistress of Etir(-,Ix, Y'a.s nrst revealed, and more cepeci- aUv from two steps taken by the German (}.H'rnm ('lIt i'nd prcclaimcd to all the first, the creation of a navy I whieh could have no intelligible purpose, as the theory of naval war makes plain, than th
I ON A VISIT TO HER SON 11 AT BARRY
I ON A VISIT TO HER SON 11 AT BARRY. FATAL FALL ON üER WAY TO CHAPEL. Mrs. Rachel Evajis, widow of John Emails, of Spring Croft., Licmdys- sul, Cardigansihire, was on a, visit to her son, Mr. D. J. Evams, 211, Crogafn -h-ill, Cadoxton-Ba.rry. On Sunday evening, the 17th instant, she was on the to chapel, 'accompanied by he'r son and daughter-in-law, when she ac- cidenttany slipped and fell on the pave- men't at the corner of Harmah-st'reet and Court-road. On getting up she re- sumed the walk towards Calf a,ni, but showing signs of weakness she turned back and was carried into n. house in Hamiah-street in an uncon- scious state, being afterwards removed home. where she died on Thursday. Dr. Owen T. Jones, at the coroner's in- quiry held on. Saturday r.ftemoon bv Mr. Dd. Rees at Cadoxton Police S)ta)tion, attributed the cause of death to coiictission of the brain, and the jurv returned a verdict of "AücÜlent.al death." The deceased was 75 years of ,'I, ge.
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BOXtNG. PRETTY SIDE-STAKE CONTEST AT BARRY. Mr. Hill. of the "Evening Express," was referee in a match for TIO .aside and a. purse between Young Bashano, New TWdooa,r,,aii-d lvo'r E,a,ns, Neat'h, who met in a nfteen-round eon'teat at Sulliva-n's Boxing Stadium, Barry Docks, on Saturday evening last. The opening of the bout was fast and furi- ous. bo'tih cnmhat.a,mt giving and re- receivLnjg piluckily. In succeeding rounds there was little to choose be- tween either, although Evans was the After t'lic seventh round the tide turned, Evans a.ppa.rentiv losing f;lltJnh. skil! and stamina.. ITh' thp eleventb rouiKt i'n)s \v
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I TO OUR READERS. RESTRICTION ON THE USE OF I PAPER. Ow.ing to the impending severe Gov- ernment restriction on the use of paper, the publishers of the "Barry Dock News" are compelled in order to mini- mise waste, to reduce very considerably the number of papers sent to agents "on sale or return" to meet the demand of casual purchasers. It will be necessary, therefore, that readers who have not already done so should give an order to their news- agent to deliver or reserve for them every week a copy of the "Barry Dock News.
RITE I I 1),\EY TROUBLE. Rheumatism is due to uric acid crystals in the joints and muscles, the result of exces- sive uric acid in the system that the kidneys failed to remove as nature intended, and this acid is also the cause of backache, lumbago, sciatica, gout, urinary trouble, stone, gravel, dropsy. ESTORA TABLETS, a specinc based on modern medical science, are the successfut treatment, and have cured numberless ob- stinate cases after the failure of all other tried remedies, which accounts for them superseding out-of-date medicines sold at a. price beyond all but the wealthy. Estora Tablets fully warrant their description—an honest remedy at an honest price, 1/3 per box of 40 tablets, or six for 6/9. All chem- ista, or postage free from Estora Co., 132, Oharing Cross-road, London, W.C.—Barry Agents, W, T, Hick¡¡ ií Co., 48; F pItQn-rQad.