A BARRY DOCK OCCURRENCE. THE SENSATIONAL AND UNTRUTH- FUL REPORT. A copy of the following communication has been sent to our local contemporary for publica- tion :â€” SENSATIONAL INCIDENT AT BARRY DOCK." TO THE EDITOR OF THE BARRY DOCK NEWS." SIIL,-The circumstances of the affair conneoted with ourselves as they were reported in your issue of October 20th, are as far removed from the truth as the north is from the south. Before publishing such a sensational paragraph, it would have been well and proper had you but taken the least trouble to ascertain a truthful account of the occurrence.- We are, &c., JOHN A. MANATON. W. M. DAVIES. Barry Dock, Nov. 1st, 1899.
BOILERMAKERS' SOCIETY IN WALES. RESIGNATION OF MR FRANK FOX. COUNCILLOR J. H. JOSE, J.P., AND THE VACANCY. ALREADY APPOINTED PRO TEM. An Executive Committee of the Boiler- makers' Society was held at the Angel Hotel, Cardiff, on Monday last, at which, among other important business transacted, was the con- sideration of the resignation of Councillor F. A. Fox as delegateâ€”a position which he has held with great credit to himself and considerable benefit to the Society for many years past. Councillor Fox explained at length his reasons for resigning and declining to accept the position of general secretary of the Society in succession to Mr Knight, and to which he would undoubtedly have been appointed. Mr Fox has alieady accepted a position under the newly-constituted Employers' Federation, and the members of the Ixecutive, after accepting his resignation, wished Mr Fox every success in his new sphere. With regard to the appointment of a suc- cessor, the matter was discussed at some length, there being a unanimous feeling expressed that Councillor J. H. Jose, J.P., of Barry, should be selected. Considerable pressure was brought to bear upon that gentlemen, who eventually accepted the position pro tem. The point as to the residence of Mr Jose at Cardiff, instead of at Barryâ€”an insuperable difficulty-was over- come in favour of Mr Jose, who will undoubedly be appointed. The numerous friends of Mr Jose will be delighted to learn of the elevation of that gentleman by his fellow-workmen; an act impelled by the splendid service he has rendered the Boilermakers' Society in particular and the Labour cause generally.
The Soldiers and Sailors' Families' Association. President, Mrs Jenner, Wenvoe Castle; viee- president, Mrs Forrest, St Fagan's, near Cardiff; secretary, Mrs Livingstone, The Towers, Barry Dock treasurer, Major-general Lee, The Mount, Dinas Powis. In view of the pressiog need amongst the woman and children deprived of their bread earners through being called up to serve with the Colours in the Transvaal, the local committee of the above Association now appeal to the public for donations to enable them to carry on the work of relief that may be needed amongst the wives and families of Army Reservists. Subscriptions or donations will be thankfully received and acknow- ledged by the above.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS NOTICES should be sent in on or before 10 a.m. on THURSDAY, to ensure insertion in the next issue. BIRTHS. EvANS-On the 24th ult, at 18, Robin's-lane Cadoxton, the wife of Mr Evans, of a daughter. ORDERI-On the 28th ult, at Thompson-street Barry Dock, the wife of Mr Orders of a daughter. ORTON-OU the 31st ult, at 38, Kingsland-crescent Barry Dock, the wife of Mr Orton of a daughter! DitfA-On the 27th ult, at 3, Travis-street, Barry Dock, the wife of Mr Dina. boarding-house, keeper, of twins. BRIrWElt-On the 2nd inst, at 10, Llewellyn-atreet Cadoxton, the wife of Mr Brewer, of a danghter. BARNETT-On the 30th ult. at 67,Thompeou-street, Barry Dock, the wife of Mr Barnett, tobacconist, of a daughter. HoPKiss-On the 30th ult, at 43, Regent-street Barry Dock, the wife of Mr Hopkius, of a son. ROBERTsoN-On the 24rd ult, at 55. Regent-street Barry Dock, the wife of Mr Robertson, of a son. YOUNG-On the 1st inst, at 86, George-street, Barry Dock, the wife of M r Young, of a son. MARRIAGES. BEVAN -DRAPER. -At the Parish Church, Cadox- ton, by the Rev I. Humphreys, curate, Jame. Bevan to Winifred Martha Draper, both of Cadoxton. DICKSON Pegg.â€”At the Parish Church, Cadexton by the Rev I. Humphreys, curate, John Gull Dickson to Agnes Mary Pegg, both of Cadoxton. MORGAN BLWETT. At the Parish Church, Cndoxton, by the Rev I. Humphreys, curate, Henry Morgan to Elizabeth Blwett, both of Cadoxton. MURPHY SLINGLER.-At the Parish Chureb, Cadoxton, by the Rev H. S. F. Williams, curate, John Murphy, of the Armoury, Pen tie, Rhondda Valley, to Elizabeth Slingler, of Cadoxton. RAVENHILLâ€”HULIN.â€”At the Parish Cadoxton by the Rev I. Humphreys, curate, Wm. Ravenhill to Annie Hulin, both of Cadoxton. DEATHS. C^Â°JX Brr,, the 29th ult, at Tynewydd, PeterstoDe Super Ely, Mary Wilholniina Wride, aged 20 years. SApÂ«rvÂ»r~u0 the 21st ult, at Llanbythery, Llan. carvan, Harriet Samuel, aged 73 years. HAIMER.OQ the 29th ult, at 21, Tynewydd-road, Barry Dock, Ann Haimer, aged 67 years.
VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE. 11TH COMPANY, 2ND GLAMORGAN VOLITK. TEER ARTILLERY. VUJjU* COMPANT ORDERS.-Drilla for the week eea menciug Monday, November 6th, 1899 Monday. -Repository and Recruit Drill. Wednesday. -Repository and Recruit Drill. Friday.â€”Repository and Recruit Drill. Hours of Drills, from 7.30 p.m. te i.30 p m. (Signed), J. JUST HANDCOCK, Captai., Commaadiag 11th Company, G.Y.A., Barry Dock. PUND FOR FAMILIES OF RESERVISTS. THE Families of any Reservists residing in Barry District who REQUIRE ASSIS^CE are invited to apply to the Clerk of the Barry U.D. Council, 158, Hoi toe road, Barry Dock, where Forms of Applications can be obtained.
Furniture carefully removed of all sizes kept. By Hour or Contrat \^Hfr^|TURE REMOVED BY ROAD OR RAIL & at Moderate Pricesf dÂ°De 1, TMharne Ro&d. Brakes, Traps, Waggonettes, Close Carriages for Weddings, &c., &c., on hire. Note the Address- David Paulett, Coal Merchant, I Olice-1, Station Yard. 1, Treharne Road, Cadoxton Barry. h 'â€¢ ZBTIMATES FREZ. D. IESTYN JONES, O-BOOEB, FLOUR, CORN, AND POTATO MERCHANT ) (. i The Emporium, High St., Barry. STEAM LAUNDRY, GUY'S ROAD, CADOXTON. 4- THE above is now under entirely New Management. A Manager and Manageress have been appointed with vast experience in some of the leading London Laundries, and, having engaged a most Efficient Staff, are now prepared to give very Satisfaction. Intending Customers are invited te send Post Card, and the Van will call at any Address. MRS. BATEMAN, 'I MANAGERESS The Wye Poultry Supply Co., 18, THOMPSON STREET, BARRY DOCK, WILL HAVE THIS WEEK A Choice Supply of Docks, Fowls, k 2 he Best Quality only is still our Motto. Market early to prevent disappointment. NOTE ADDRISS :â€” FOULKES AND CO., THE WYE POULTRY SUPPLY, 18, Thompson Street, Barry Dock. t TWO GOOD THINGS. Small Tasting Sampta FPM en receipt of THE BEST and Healthiest 2d. stamp, te covr PoÂ«u^. j TEMPERANCE BEVERAGE Â¡ i Twa as" THIE Mr .H^cxmor' i HERB BEER For Millions & MilliOllftlFOS Brewed from FOP Millions it MilliOllftlFOS Brewed from 'A ,Â¡ lA u.io.cs Cofee at one Fartk~g j No other Extract inakes Beer Hl p CuP- =1 Hke it. Ask your Grocer. Clwm" Beware of Vile I mitAtioas. or Store for a ah i 9/Â« m~ Sold In 8d-, 1- and ^gsgl^^ juuj' J 2/- Bottles, I I FACTORY j 8mÂ»ll Ta*tiÂ«g Sarriple Free on receipt of Bloomsbury Works, LEEDS. j j Factoryâ€”Bloonisbupy Works, LEEDS. | For Bieakfast, Supper, rr Lunch^n, use only" Make more pure, healthful, refreshing BROMLEY'S "COFFEE ESSENCE," j Herb Beer than any other. Snperior to GrouDd Coffee. A 6D.BOTTLE MAKES 12 GALLONS 3V M. H E I I-Z .A ^Cl^EKT. j ONE TKASPOONPTJL MAKES A CUP OF COFFEE A Delightful Sunder Beverage. r. CW.7 d â€˛ j Drunk and enjoyed by all. Prepa/f J P PTocess, and contains all IJade from British grown Herbs by a New Process* the rcma, Â«/ Fresh | Superior in Flavour. i SÂ«ld by 11 Grocers, Chemists, and Stores. THE GRIFFIN HOTEL,: I ST. MARY STBEET, CARDIFF. IS NOTED FOR ITS WINES, SPIRITS, AND CIGARS. Excellent Billiard Table BRAINS CELEBRATED XXXXX ALVvAYS ON DRAUGHT. CHARLES DA VIES, Proprietor. CALCUTTA TEA Agents in every village are appointed to sell delicious Calcutta Tea at 7;d per tlb. Buy only Calcutta Tea. The moat liberal presents ever given are offered with Calcutta Tea. GIVEN AWAY. The per Jib. Bi7Lrt;Â°er*"d ,iUagea' W a8e?Â«'e>in Sooth Wales can be made to Francis Newton and Co., 27, Custom House-street, Cardiff. Write at once fur terms and particulars PANSY CYCLES. Jones, Brown, & Co., MAKERS OF PANSY CYCLES, BEG to inform the Public that they are BUILD- ING their SPECIALITY at P,10 108. Od., Palmer Tyres on Jointless Rims, or Dunlop or A.B. Unpuncturable Tyres on Westwood Rims. Weight, 261bs, Road Racer or Roadster. GUARANTEED 12 MONTHS. Machine Delivered Fortnight after Receipt of Order. Call and see Samples of above. REPAIRS Strictly and Promptly Attended to. REPAIRS TO THE TRADE AT BOTTOM PRICES. Wheel-building to the Tiade at Birmingham Prices. Pricea on application, with Trade Card. CATALOGUES may be had upon application for the following leading Makers :-Rudge Wedge, Coventry Cross Gloria and Wooden Cycles. Best Prices quoted.-Bona fide agents for the above Cycle Firms. All Cycle Accessories stocked. Note the Address Jones, Brown, & Co., 210, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOUK. â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€” NATIONAL TELEPHONE, 71. John Jones & Sons HIGH-CLASS FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS, 153, HOLTON ROAD (OPPOSITE WINDSOR HOTEL), BARRY DOCK. Workshop and Mews: TOP OF EVAN STREET, AND WINDSOR MEWS, CASTLELAND STREET EVERY REQUISITE FOR FUNERALS OF ALL CLASSES. Funeral Carriages of Every Description on Hire. THE TRADE SUPPLIED. Nice Assortment of Wreaths and Memorial Card always in Stock. TERMSâ€”CASH. CLEAN HAIR. "You have removed a cause of much trouble to me. Since my children have been going to school, I have suffered untold misery on account of their heads. Do what I may, I could not keep them clean. I have cried myself to sleep at nights with the annoyance, but now I use HAGON'S CLEANSER once a iieak-af ter their bath, and dip the brush in it when I dress their hair daily. rhere has been no more trouble, and their hair is glossy and strong." My little girl has very fair hair, and was much troubled with nits, &c., but since using HAGON'S CLKANSER I have never seen any sign of live stock, and her hair is lovely. GOLDEN HAIR. "I have used HAGON'S CLEANSER con- stantly for my girls, and they now have beautiful golden hair in such great abun- dance that strai gtrs top in the street to them." SCRAGGY HAIR. I have three children-two girls and a boy. The boy has strong, healthy hair always, but the two girls' hair used to come out coombsfull at a time, and what they kept was scraggy and weak. I have used HAGON'S CLEANSER for six months now, and their hair is much longer, stronger, and brighter. I could hardly have hoped for such success." MOTHERS. have written the above in their letters to me. One says she would rather pay a sovereign a bottle than be compelled to do without HAGON'S CLEANSKR now. The cost is Sixpence per bottle, by post for 9d, or two bottles by post for Is 4d from the maker. Address MR HAGON, CHEMIST, CARDIFF- but most Chemists sell HAGON'S CLEANSER.' Ask your Chemist for it; it only costs 6d, then-be sure you get HAGON'S. Shams are hatefulâ€”have the real thing, or none at all. Imitatious are never satis- factory. Remember the Name HAGON'S. Nothing else can do the work. N /? WELSHMEN Should Smoke Prince Llewelyn Should Smoke Prince Llewelyn Shagg. WANTED, a respectable LAD ae APPREN- TICE.â€”WATKINS, Smith, 29, Merthyr- street, Barry Dock. BRICKLAYERS WANTED, four or five good men.â€”Apply on the Wootten Bassett to Patchway Railway, nearest Station Wootten Bas- sett, G.W.R. STRONG GOVERNESS TRAP FOR SALE, Cheap with brake no further use.â€”Apply, 8, Plymouth-road, Barry Island. UMBRELLAS COVERED and REPAIRED. U CANE CHAIRS RE-SEATED.â€”37, Station street, Barry Dock. FOR SALE, PNEUMATIC BICYCLE perfect condition Warwick tyres Â£ 4 15sâ€”Apply PRATT, Watchmaker, Cadoxton. WANTED, a thoroughly respectable GIRL as GENERAL SERVAN1. â€” 9, Windsor- road, Barry. W. H. HOOPER & CO. 99-100, HIGH ST., BARRY. QOMPLETE JUNERAL jpURNISHERS AND DIRECTORS. ALL FUNERALS UNDER PERSONAL SUPERVISION. ESTIMATES GIVEN ON APPLICATION. Telephone :â€”National, No 64.â€”Telegraphic Address, Hardware," Barry. Private Address, 2, Hilda Street, Barry. ALLDAY'S CYCLES ARE THE WORLD'S BEST CYCLES. Fro m 910 10s. Od 83* EASY PAYMENTS. 42 SOUTH WALES DEPOT, 49, WEST&ATE-S TREET, CARDIFF. SEND EOB. CATALOGUE. THEATRE ROYAL, OADOXTON. Sole Lessees Miss Adria Hill and Mr Robt Ayrton Resident Manager Mr Fred C. Earle MONDAY, OCT. 30, and every Evening during the week, at 7.30, Special Visit of the Celebrated NEILSON GRAND ENGLISH OPERA CO. Monday, and Wednesday, Nov. 6th and 8th, MARITANA. Tuesday and Saturday, Nov. 7th and lltb, BOHEMIAN GIRL. Thursday, Nov. 9th, THE DAUGHTER OF THE REGIMENT. Friday, Nov. 10th, IL TROVATORE. Full Chorus. Augmented Orchestra. Private Boxes, 10/6 (6 Persons) Single Seats, 2s. Orchestra Stalls, 1/6 (these seats can be booked without extra charge); other seats Is, 9d, and 6d inI WATERBURY WATCHES. DEAD ON TIME. CHEAP TÃ¤REP AIR. VERY DURABLE. FROM 10/6 EACH. WARRANTED Two YEARS. CATALOGUES FREE DEPOT- 44, ROYAL ARCADE, CARDIFF. Advertisement gtcitle. MALL PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. One Three Six Ins. Ins. Ins. 20 Words or under 0 6 i Q 2 0 Over 20 and under 30 0 9 13 2 31 Over 30 and under 40 1 3 2 0 2 9 Each additional 10 words 0 4 8 1 0 LEGAL AND FINANCIAL ADVER- TISEMENTS. Parliamentary Addresses 68. per inch per insertion Prospectuses of Public Com- panies, and Local Authori- ties Notices 4s. per inch. per insertion Local Election Addresses 4s. per inch. per insertion Auctioneers' Announcements 3s. do. GENERAL TRADE ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 tc 3 insertions lB. 0d. per inch 4 to S insertions Os. lOde 9 to .3 insertions Os. 9d. 26 insertions Os. 7d. M 42 ineutiow Os, lei. â€˛ I
THE "HERALD" DIARY, Notification of future events for insertion in this diary must be received at this Office on Wednes- day evening, or Thursday, 10 a.m., at latest.] TRIDA Y: Barry Dock Police Court, 11, Finance Committee District Council, 7.0 p.m. SATURDAY: Cadoxton branch National Amal- gamated Labourers' Union, 7. Barry Dock Musicians meet every Satur- day 7.30, and Sundays 3.30 Girls' ,I Department, Holton-road School â€˛ Football (Association): Barry Unionists v Brynmill, home SUNDAY: Barry District Glee Society (conductor Mr D. Farr), practices 12.30 and 4 p.m. at Welsh Independent Chapel, High-street, Barry. Tabernacle Welsh Congregational Chapel, Barry Dock. Services at 11 and 6.30. Preacher Rev Ben Evans, pastor. Noddfa Welsh Baptist services at Alexandra Hotel Buildings, Woodland-road, 11 and 6.30. MONDAY. Barry Dock Police-court, 11. Navvies' Union branch at Witchil Hotel, 7.30 Mr Morgan Thomas Barry Workmen's Liberal Club. Lifeboat Lodge, IOGT., Glamorgan Restaurant, Barry Dock, 7 .30 â€˛ Barry Parish Church and Orchestral Society Rehearsal 7.30. â€˛ White Heather Lodge, British Order of Ancient Free Gardeners meet every alternate Monday at Castle Hotel. Secretary, Mr W. M. Davies, 22, Morel street, Barry Dock General Union of Carpenters and Joiners meets fortnightly. Next Lodge night Oct. 16, Windsor Hotel. Secretary, Mr C. Halford, 95 Barry road Barry Debating Society, 8 TUESDAY: Star of Barry Lodge, I.O.G.T, Lane' Coffee Tavern, 8 Sons of Temperance meet every alternate Tuesday, Rosser's Temperance Hotel Barry Social Society, 7.45. Barry County Court, 11 a.m. Lord Windsor Lodge, 1.0. Oddfellows, M.U., meet every alternate Tuesday, Barry Hotelâ€”Secretary, R. E. Main- waring, 32, Porthkerry-road, Barry. Grand United Order of Oddfellows, Loyal David Daviea Lodge, meet every alternate Tuesday at the Glamorgan Restaurant at 8 o'clock- Secretary, Mr J. Davies, 20, Cambridge-street, Barrv. Trades Council special meeting. â€˛ Barry Literary and Social Society, Parish-hall, 7.45. Paper by Dr Percy Smith on I I Ghosts." WEDNESDAY: Penarth Police-court at 10.30 Navvies' Union branch at Barry Hotel, 7.30 B. W. T. A. meet at Baptist Chapel, Barry Dock, third Wednesday in each month Barry Friendly Societies' Council, 8 THURSDAY: BARRY HERALD published 4.30 St David's Lodge, I.O.G.T.,at Shafes- bury Temperance Hotel, Cadoxton 7.30 Barry District Glee Society, Bethesda Chapel, Barry, 8. Barry School Board, 8.
TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION COMMITTEE OF THE BARRY SCHOOL BOARD. Rope-Knotting and Splicing Class. THE above Committee are prepared to receive APPLICATIONS for appointment of TEACHER of the above Class, at the fee of L5 for the Session, which will consist of 20 Lessons or there abouts, of One Hour each per week. Applications, which must state age, present employment, and qualifications, to be sent to me together with COPIES of three recent t eetimonials on or before NOVEMBER 11TH next. R. TREHARNE REES, Secretary. School Board Offices. Nov 1, 1899. BARRY D ISTRICT N URSING ASSOCIATION. EXTENSION OF WORK. IN ORDER TO MEET THE WANT of many JL who need the services of a SKILLED NURSE, but are unable to accommodate or afford to pay for a resident one, the Association has arranged for a NURSE TO VISIT, at a rate of not less than Is per visit, or from 5s to 10s per week, according to circumstances. For Special Visits, 2s for Attending an Operation, from 5s to 10s. No INFECTIOUS CASES WILL BE TAKEN. Any Profit which may be derived from this branch of the work will be spent in providing Nurses for the Sick Poor. Applications for the Nurse to be made, through any doctor, to the LADY SUPERINTENDENT, Nurses' Home, Woodland-road, Barry. J. ARTHUR HUGHES, Hon. Sec. CAM. GRIFFITHS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT, BARRY, HAS THB FOLLOWING PROPERTIES TO LET Several Houses in GEORGE STREET; most convenient and in good condition 8s and 8s 6d. DOCK VIEW ROAD.â€”New Villas, suitable to Pilots, Cf-al Tritrmers, Boatmen, &c. bath and w.c. upstairs 10s 6d. CAMBRIDGE STREET & OXFORD STREET. These Villas are beiniz Let to respectable tenants at 7s 6d weekly inclusive. The conveniences are up to date and the situation charming. PARK AVENUE.-Villa to Let at 11s inclu- sive papered throughout to suit tenant. SALISBURY ROADâ€”A few of these Cottages are to Let at 6s. BROAD STREET.-Three Large and Com- modious Sil.ps, suit"bl" for Drapers or Grocers' Stables at rear. Rent upon application,
"GHOSTS IN BARRY." Dr Percy Smith's lecture on Ghosts it un- avoidably held over till next week.- B.H.
PLEA FOR POPULAR CONTROL. THB Hospital Reform Association has met in London. Since it must be patent to everyone who has given the matter a moment's con- sideration that much reform is wanted in the administration, the finance, and general conduct of our hospitals, it was naturally expected that this Conference would have afforded some practical help towards the attainment of that end. Unfortunately (says the New Age) the Conference merely waxed indignant at the thought of people who could afford to pay for a private practitioner betaking themselves to hospitals, and then passed to the consideration of provident dispensaries as a substitute for hospitals. Now it is time a plain word was said on this subject of hospital reform. We have grown somewhat tired of the imper- tinences of the medical profession, concerning the fitness of those seeking hospital relief. The medical and surgical staffs at our hospitals are appointed to certain work, are paid their due wages for attending to that work, and comment on the income and worthiness of their patients is mere insolence. We have known instances of men and women who have subscribed for years to their local hospitals, and who have subsequently, on their admission to the said hospitals, been treated as objects of charitable relief by the medical authorities. The truth is, the day has come for the hospitals to be placed under public control, and for every citizen to be assured of bis right to adequate treatment in them; to be assured, in fact, that he has as much right to hospital treatment as to a seat in the Parish Church, a book from the public library, and a place in the nearest School Board for the education of his child.
BARRY DISTRICT COUNCIL. THE NEW RATE. A special meeting of the Barry District Council was held at the Council Chamber, Gas and Water Offices, Barry Dock, on Wednesday evening, for the purpose of affixing the rate for the coming half-year. Mr J. H. Jose, J.P., presided, and there were also present Mr W. Paterson, Mr D. Morgan, Mr Evan Jones, Mr J. A. Manaton, and Mr E. B. Smith-Jones. The Chairman explained that the new rateable value was E167,311, and that a rate of Is 6d would bring in Â£ 12,548 6s 6d a Is 7d rate Â£13,24598 Id and a Is 8d rate Â£13,942 lis 8d. Mr Smith-Jones proposed, in view of the fact that there was a considerable amount of property in the district which would be assessed before the expiration of the ensuing half-year, that a rate of Is 6d in the Â£ be declared. Mr Manaton seconded. The Chairman explained that a rate of Is 6d meant a deficiency of JE761, the estimated expen- diture being 413,309. Mr Morgan then moved, as an amendment, a Is 7d rate. The Clerk pointed out that there was an over- draft of about Â£ 1,800. Mr Morgan's amendment remaining unseconded, a Is 6d rate, which realises E12,548 61 6d, was declared.
UNMUZZLING DAY. The following resolutions, passed at an emer- fency meeting of the Executive and members of the National Canine Defence League on Friday, 27th October, have been forwarded to Lord Salisbury :â€” 1st.â€”Proposed by Colonel Gordon, R.A., secon- ded by R. Dawson-Yelverton, late Chief Justice of the Bahamas That this meeting rejoices at the with' drawal of the muzzling order from the Metro' politan and other districts, and sincerely hopes that such withdrawal indicates an abandonment of a method useless for the purpose designed, cruel in its operation, and involving personal indignities and expense to dog-owners. 2nd.â€”Proposed by the Viscountess Haberton, seconded by Mrs James That this meeting desires to reiterate its conviction as to the desirability of the retire- ment from office of the Minister responsible for such useless, crntl, and irritating measures for the extirpation of a disease whose existence in the Metropolis and elsewhere has never been ad< quately attested, the figures adduced to prove such existence having been collected by means of a test which the Department last year con- demned and discarded as unreliable."
NEILSON OPERA COMPANY AT CADOXTON. Residents in the district ought not to fail in their attendance at the Theatre Royal next week, when the well-known Neilson Opera Company pay a vu-it, which it is to be hoped will be an unusually aucceasful one. The best known operas in the re- pertoire of the company will be produced, namely, on Monday and Wednesday, Wallace's romantic opera in three acts, entitled Maritana." On Tuesday and Saturday the Bohemian Girl will be produced and the Daughter of the Regi- ment and II Trovatore on Thursday and Friday respectively. There will be a full chorua and augumented orchestra.
LATEST WAR NEWS. BOERS ADVANCING. NEARING COLONSO. ATTEMPT TO CUT OFF OUR FORCES. [SPECIAL TO THE "BARRY HERALD."] Telegrams received in London to-day confirm the news that Boers are advancing on Colonso, near Ladysmitb, with a view of cutting off British forces. It is feared that telegraph communication has been stopped; very little news coming through this morning. That the Boers are not the mean, contemp- tible men it has been the fashion to paint them during the present circumstances it, we think, a fact which the last few days' events suffi- ciently prove. Old Paul Kruger's face has not much in it of smartness and energy, and how far the stay-at-home Britisher has judged the race by this single specimen is an open question. Latest information on the subject show our eninlies to be good soldiers, and it is the ain- cerei-t wish of all right thinking people that we may soon shake hands and live in unity and peace, contented with having given the Boers a lesson, which justice certainly requires of us.