Furniture carefully removed j|||||||j|]l|B>Lâ Vars of all size3 kept, u By Hour or Contract. \w A^iS8b^m| DA VTD^>A (TLETT, Light and Heavy Hauling done FURNITURE REKOVED BYROAOQRRAlT at Moderate Prices. Brakes, ^ra^' "a^'ffOI1^te?' Note the Addre88- David Paulett, Coal Merchant, oalceâi, Station Yard. 1, Treharne Road, Cadoxton Barry. ESTIMATES FREE. "8II:IIEr-t. D. IESTYN JONES, GROCER, FLOUR, CORN, AND POTATO MERCHANT The Emporium, High St., Barry. ) l STEAM LAUNDRY, GUY'S ROAD, CADOXTON. V. 1 â m â â mm rf HE above is now under entirely New Management. A Manager and Manageress i 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 to send Post Card, and the Van will call at any Address. MRS. BATEMAN, â¢ MANAGERESS The Wye Poultry Supply Co., 18, THOMPSON STREET, BARRY DOCK, â¢ WILL HAVE THIS WEEK A Choice Supply of Ms, Fowls, k The Ziest Quality only is still our Motto. Market early to prevent disappointment* â â¢ Â¡, NOTE ADDRESS :â FOULKES AND CO., THE WYE POULTRY SUPPLY, 18, Thompson Street, Barry Dock. .z::01-7:J> TWO GOOD THINGS. LzmaL. i Tasting Sample Free on receipt of 2d. Stamps to cover Postage. ââââ- i T149 Breakfast Beverage, "'If AT 110.. OR ABROAD, Jay For Millions & Millionaires j ;-? i; :Vi'licious Cojfee at one Farthing Aak your Otseer, Cbenuet, or Strrf for a j FACTORSâ Biopnisbury Works, LEEDS. I For T <kfast. Srprer. r r Lunchecn, use only" EROMlirs COFFEE ESSENCE," ^uperirr to Ground Coffee. I,LDE IN A OMENT- ONE TR.POONFUL MAKES A CUP OF COFTEE Prepcrâ by a Special ProceÂ»s, and contains all the it rema, Strength, and Flmvour of Fresh Roasted Cofee. THE BEST and Healthiest TEMPERANCE BEVERAGE IS THE HERB BEER Brewed from Of.RiLr No other Extract makes Beer Hke it. Wk Beware of Vile Imitations. ^BR^. Sold in ad., 1 h and 2/- Bottles. Small Tasting Sample Free on receipt of 3d. Stamps to cover Postage. I Factorv-Bloomsbury Works, LEEDS. | Make more pure, healthful, refreshing Herb Beer than any other. A 6D. BOTTLE MAKES 12 GALLONS A Delightful Sunder Beverage. Drunk and enjoyed by all. Made from British grown Herbs by a New Process. Superior in Flavour. Sold by 11 Grocers, Chemists, and Stores. THE GRIFFIN HOTEL,: j iST. MARY STBEET, CARDIFF, IS NOTED FOR ITS WI^s, SPIRITS, AND CIGARS. Excellent Billiard Table I BRAIV S CELEBRATED XXXXX ALU AYS ON DRAUGHT. CHARLES DAYIES, Proprietor. T CALCUTTA TEA Agents in every village are appointed to sell delicious Calcutta Tea at nd per iJb. Buy only Calcutta Tea. The most liberal presents ever given are offered with Calcutta Tea. GIVEN AWAY. The most liberal presents are given with Calcutta Tea, retailed by Grocers and Agents in "very to, n ard illage at 71,1 per ilb. Buy no other. Applications for agenci, sIii South Wales can be made to Francis New ten aud Co., 27, Custom House-st.eet, Cardiff. Write at ouce fur t,-rlns And ptcar.. PANSY CYCLES. Jones, Brown, & Co., MAKERS OF PANSY CYCLES, BEG to inform the Public that they are BUILD- ING tl-eir SPECIALITY it Â£ 10 10s. Od., Palmer Tyres oti Jointl ss Rims, or Du^lop or A.B. Unpuoctur-il L- Tyres on \Vestu< od Rims. Weight, â¢261b>, ROÃ¤d RICt r or Roadst r. 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. Prices on application, with Trade Card. CATALOGUES may be had upon application for the following leading MakersRudge Wedge, Coventry Cross Gloria and Wooden Cycles. Btst Prices quoted.âBona fide agedts for the above Cycle Firms. All Cycle Accessories stocked. Note the Address Jones, Brown, & Co., 210, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCK. NATIONAL TELEPHONE, 71. John Jones & Sods 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 Desoription on Hire. THE TRADE SUPPLIED. Nice Assortment of Wreaths and Memorial Card always in Stock. TERMS-CASH. v '-v v.>: â¢' ,â¢ â¢â¢ 7 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 n,eak-after their bath, and dip the brush in it when I dress their hair daily. There 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 CLEANSER 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 strangtrs stop in the street to â M'e 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 CLEANSER now. The cost is Sixpence per bottle, by post tor 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, th.n-be sure you get HAGON'S. Shams >re hatefulâhave the real thing, or none at all. Imitations are never satis- factory. Remember the Name HAGON'S. (' Nothing else o&u do the work* c WELSHMEN f Staoald Snekt Prince Llewelyn ishagge WANTED, a respectable LAD as APPREN- vV TICE.- WATKINS, Smith, 29, Merthyr- street, Barry Dock. WANTED, a thoroughly respectable GIRL, as General, aged from 18 to 20.âApply K, HERALD Office, Barry Dock. STRONG GOVERNESS TRAP FOR SALE, Cheap with brake no further use.âApply, 8, Plymouth-road, Barry Island. UMBRELLAS COVERED and REPAIRED. U CANE CHAIRS RE-SEATED.-37, Station street, Barry Dock. GOLD WATCH ABSOLUTELY FREE.âFor Coupon and Particulars, send Stamped- directed Envelope to C. E. LONG) 99, Miskin- street, Cardiff. WANTED, a thoroughly respectable GIRL as GENERAL SERVANi. â 9, Windsor- road, Barry. W. H. HOOPER & CO. 99-100, HIGH ST., BARRY. QOMPLETE JIUNERAL JURNISHERS AND DIRECTORS. ALL FUNERALS UNDER PERSONAL SUPERVISION. ESTIMATES GIVEN ON APPLICATION. Telephone :âNational, No 64.âTelegraphic Address, Hardware," Barry. Private Address, 2, Hilda Street, Barry. ALLDAY'S CYCLES ARE THE WORLD'S BEST CYCLES. From SIC 10s. Od EASY PAYMENTS. 42 SOUTH WALES DEPOT, 49, WESTGATE-STREET, CARDIFF. ,'t. SEND EOR CATALOGUE. THEATRE ROYAL, OADOXTON. Sole Lessees Miss Adria Hill and Mr Robt Ayrton Resident Manager Mr Fred C. Earle MONDAY, NOV. 20, and every Evening during the week, at 7.30, 'THE MERMAID.' OR, LOVE'S OLD SWEET SONG. 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 WATERBURY WATCHES. | DEAD ON TIME. CHEAP TO REPAIR. VERY DURABLE. FROM 10/6 EACH. WARRANTED Two YEARS. CATALOGUES FREE DEPOT- 44, ROYAL ARCADE, CARDIFF. JCdvertisement gxale. 1" MALL PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. One Three Six Ins. Ins. Ins. 20 Words or under 0 6 1 0 2 0 Over 20 and under 30 0 9 1 3 2 3 Over 30 and under 40 1 3 2 0 2 9 Each additional 10 words 0 4 f 8 1 0 LEGAL AND FINANCIAL ADVER- TISEMENTS. Parliamentary Addresses 6s. 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 Is. od. per inch 4 to i insertions. 0s. lOd. i, 9 to .3 insertions Os. 9d. 26 insertions Os. 7d. 52 iuwtions Os. Id. ts, U
THE "HERALJLT 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.] FRIDAY: Barry Dock Police Court, 11, Concert at Llancarvan Bye-laws Committee School Board, 8 SATURDAY: Cadoxton branch National Amal- gamated Labourers' Union, 7. Barry Dock Musicians meet every Satur- day 7.30, and Sundays 3.30 Girls' Department, Holton-road School â Football (Association) Barry Unionists SUNDAY: Anniversary at Bethel Chapel. Court-rd. II." Barry District Glee Society (conductoa 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 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. Da vies, 22, Morel street, Barry Dock General Union of Carpenters and Joiners meets fortnightly Windsor Hotel. Secretary, Mr C. Halford, 95, Barry road Barry Debating Society, 8 TUESDAY Star of Barry Lodge, I.O.G.T, I Lane' Coffee Tavern, 8 Sons of Temperance meet every alternate Tuesday, Rosser's Temperance Hotel Lord Windsor Lodge, 1.0. Oddfellows, M.U., meet every alternate Tuesday, Barry HotelâSecretary, R. E. Main- waring, 32, Porthkerry-road, Barry. Grand United Order of Oddfellows, Loyal David Davies Lodge, meet every alternate Tuesday at the Glamorgan Restaurant at 8 o'clock- Secretary, Mr J. Davies, 20, Cambridge-street, Barry. â Barry Literary and Social Society, Parish-hall, 7.45. Paper by Mr T.H. Thomas on Pre-Norman Monu- ments of Glamorgan." WEDNESDA Y: Penarth Police-court at 10.30 Navvies' Union branch at Barry Hotel, 7.30 â B. W.T.A. meet at Baptist Chapel, Barry Dock, third Wednesday in each month Lecture at Bethel, Court road TR URSDA Y: BARRY HERALD published 4.30 H St David's Lodge, I.O.G.T., at Shafes- bury Temperance Hotel, Cadoxton 7.30 Barry District Glee Society, Bethesdaj Chapel, Barry, 8.
1-1 CHESS. A match was played at the Windsor Hotel, Barry Dock, on Wedntsday evening, between the Barry District and St Saviour's Roath Chess Clubs, re- sulting in a draw. BARar DISTRICT. ST. SAVIOUR S. F W llybart i 1 S Rose i 0 E A H Stewart 1 0 H Cox 0 1 J Felix Williams i 1 R. Giiffiths i 0 A E Thomas 1 0 G Dyer 0 1 Father Fothering- ham 1 1 W Cox 0 0 John Davies i â W Thomas i W R Howell 0 E Heald 1 it A Hybart 1 1 R Cox. 0 0 Rev F Williams.. 1 0 W Laugridge 0 It G F Willett 0 0 T Palmer 1 1 J Martin 0 Tarling fl Dr Caunell 0 0 W Rose 1 If 6* 4* 5* 5* +Adjudioated.
BARRY URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. TO CONTRACTORS AND OTHERS. THE above Council hereby invite TENDERS for the ERECTION in their District of a SMALL-POX HOSPITAL, ADMINISTRATION BLOCK, LAUNDRY, together with ROAD- WAYS and BOUNDARY WALLS. Specification may be seen, and Bill" of Quantities obtained, together with a Form of Tender, on application at the Office of the undersigned on payment of JE3, which will be returned on receipt of a boua fide tender. Tenders, endorsed "Small-Pox Hospital," to be sent in on or before NOON, 30th inst. (November), 1899. The lowest or any tender not necessarily ac. cepted. Dated this 17th day of November, 1899. By Order of the Council, J. C. PARDOE, A.M.I.C.E., Surveyor to the Council. Council Offices, Holton Road, Barry, Glam. BARRY URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. TO CONTRACTORS AND OTHERS. PRIVATE IMPROVEMENTS. THE above Council are prepared to receive TENDERS from Persons willing to carry out the PRIVATE IMPROVEMENT STREET WORKS in the under-mentioned Streets and Lanes CAMBRIDGE STREET. EVERARD STREET. WYND STREET. OXFORD STREET. KATHLEEN STREET. TYDFIL STREET. RECTORY ROAD (Continuation). LANE REAR OF JEWEL STREET (from Guthrie to Morel Streets). LANE BETWEEN DOCK VIEW ROAD and JEWEL STREET. Plans, Sections, and Specifications may be seen and Forms of Tender obtained on application at the Office of the undersigned. Sealed Tenders, endorsed "Private Improve- ments," to be sent to the undersigned on or before NOON, 28th November, 1899. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily ac- cepted. Dated this 17th November, 1899. By Order of the Council, J. C. PARDOE, A.M.I.C.E., Surveyor to the Couneil. Council Offices, Holton Road, Barry, Glam. BARRY PUBLIC LIBRARIES THE Committee invite TENDERS for the SUPPLY of BEST LARGE HOUSE COAL to the FOUR READING ROOMS for a Period of TWELVE MONTHS, delivered as required, in Lots of not less than Two Tons. All Tenders to be delivered at the Library, Holton-road, on or before THURSDAY, 23rd hist. J. ROCH, Sec. and Librarian. pUND FOR FAMILIES OF RESERVISTS. l. I' THE Families of any Reservists residing in the Barry District who REQUIRE ASSISTANCE are invited to apply to the Clerk of the Barry U.D. Council, 158, Holton-road, Barry Dock, where Forms of Applications can be obtained. ROMILLY HALL, BARRY. DECEMBER 6th, 1899. :.Â¡ "I' A GRAND PERFORMANCE OF Handel's 'Messiah' on the above date by THE BARRY TEMPERANCE CHOIR, assisted by the following Eminent Artistes .â SOPRANO: Miss Beatrice Johnstone, R.A.M, Barry CONTRALTO: Miss Mary Richards, Rhymney, TENOR: Mr Richard Thomas, Llanelly (Twise Winner National Eisteddfod Tenor Solo), 't BASS: Mr Emlyn Davies, R.A.M., London, and a FULL ORCHESTRA, led by Mr Paul Draper, Penarth. (. of .t COND uc TOB MR W. T. SAMUELS, l.S.M., G. & L.T.S.C. TICKETs-Reserved and Numbered, 3s; Sesond Seats, 2s. Admission, la. I
'J;,) PORTHKERRY VIADUCT. COMPLETED EARLY NEXT YEAn. The Porthkerry Viaduct is bordering on com- pletion, and will, it is confidently anticipated, be ready for use early in the coming year. Whether passenger strvice will be resummed over the vik- duct immediately after its inspection by the d, of Trade is not yet known.
MEMORIAL TO THE LATE CANON ALLEN. THE LORD BISHOP OF LLANDAFF has i promised to DEDICATE the MEMORIAL WINDOWS at BARRY and PORTHKERRY CHURCHES on WEDNESDAY, Nov. 22nd. Order of Services: PORTHKERRY CHURCH, 12.15; BARRY CHURCH, 3 P.M. The Sermon at Barry Church will be preached by the Bishop of the Diocese. TEA WILL BE PROVIDED, after Service at Barry, AT THE CHURCH HALL. TICKETS (6d each) may be obtained from the Churchwardens and Sidesmen. SAlVI. QRIFFITHS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT, '1. BARRY, I. 'I. "HAS THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES TO LET Several Houses in GEORGE STREET; most convenient and in good condition 8s and 8s 6d. DOCK VIEW ROAD.-New Villas, suitable to Pilots, Coal Trimmers, Boatmen, Ac. bath and w.c. upstairs 10s 6d. CAMBRIDGE STREET & OXFORD STREET. These Villas are being Let to respectable tenants I at 7s 6d weekly inclusive. The conveniences are up to date and the situation charming. PARK AVENUE.-Villa to Let at 11a inclu- sive papered throughout to suit tenant. SALISBURY ROAD.-A few of these Cottages are to Let at 6s. BROAD STREET.âThree Large and Com- modious Shops, suitable for Drapers or Grocers' Stables at rear. Rent upou application.
THE WAR. ONE has to go with Sir Henry Fowler and the rest in agreeing that the lamentable war in South Africa is necessary, as matters have been permitted to culminate but this we can do without at all admitting that it was inevitable from the first, as some would have us concede. We Liberals all must support Lord Salisbury in the employment of military force when our Empire is actually invaded; but this does not compel us to absolve the Ministry from blame for not having pacifically procured a settlement of the issue. We entirely follow Lord Kimberley in his demurrer to the doctrine which decides after the event in politics that it could not have been avoided. This is a species of convenient fatalism which may commend itself to the Tories, but does not appeal to strenuous peace-loving Liberals at all. In this particular instance Lord Salis- bury has, no doubt, warrant in insisting that the difficulty of avoiding war was very great; but for all that, mistakes were made under the Chamberlainian regime that pre- cluded the possibility of a bloodless outcome of the diplomatic negotiations. Yet with those who argue that Mr Chamberlain ever aimed at deliberate provocation to war we do not in any way agree and we endorse fully Lord Kimberley's manly acquittal of the Colonial Secretary under this head, which comes with authority from the Liberal statesman who, with the late Mr Gladstone, was mainly responsible for the treaty of 1881, and who then had the full support of Mr Chamberlain. This is past. We must now to the breach. As Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman argued at Manchester on Tuesday, Liberals, when the pinch comes, arc as open to the Empire's magnificence, and as proud to defend it, as is any vaunting Constitutionalist of them all. Indeed, if we analyse the history of the Empire, it can be demonstrated clearly that the preponderance of its achievement is due to Liberal initiative. And let us remember that the more speedy the conclusion of hostilities the better for us all, civilians as well as soldiery. When the war is over and the war bill has been paid, perhaps our statesmen will address them- selves to the consideration of the promised but repeatedly deferred internal reforms for which the nation has so long been waiting. It is for us to work for the cure of the battling fever, in order that the normal legislation of the nation may once more be proceeded with. IT seems a pity to let the din of a charity- loving and patriotic people overcome their mental balance. The best charity is that most judiciouly extended. There is fear that at Barry the two funds for the families of reservists, viz., that of the Chairman of the District Council and the old-established Soldiers' and Sailors' Families Association, may clash. At any rate, they heve failed to agree upon a common course of action in the distribution of relief and the disposal of funds, and already in one case at least the result has been that relief to one of the dependents have been received from the War Office in the shape of pay, from the local fund, and from the funds of the Associa- tion simultaneously. That is certainly not desirable. Besides, the Association extends its efforts far beyond Barry, and has reached one woman among many who formerly resided here, but on the departure of her husband went to live at the home of her parents. That is proof that there are people connected with the town who can only be reached by the agencies of the Association. Besides, the number of local funds are small-within half-a-dozen famil- ies. FREE Church Ministers are suffering from a decided grievance. These have been succinctly and courageously described oy the Rev Christ- mas J. Lewis in an address reported in these columns. At least one of the matters are mere tricks of custom," which in the light of present day requirements, should be discour- aged. In some measure "complimentary" visiting is the outcome of a system greatly in evidence among the clergy, and many people live in expectation of them so long as they are aitached to churches, whether of the Noncon- formist or Anglican persuasion. Still, a little self-denial, and the exercise of some regard for the time of a minisker in charge of a church ought to effect a desired change. That such a change has become necessary is patent, and the Rev C. J. Lewis deserves the thanks of his brethren for so valiantly making them known. SINCE Mother Shipton made her rbytbmetic prophecy that "The world to an end will come in eighten hundred and seventy-one,"âthis his been conveniently changed with each recurring decade. This week we outlived another of these dreadful oft-repeated forebodings. Me- teoric showers indicate a terrestial disturbance, and Italy, where the volcanic eruption is known has felt some severe shock. At Barry many people believed that the end of the world had come, and it will be difficult to credit the fact that in one street in the town an orgie of a debauching character was organised for the occasion. One of the residents made te irreligious suggestion that a fire should be lighted ready to receive its hostage. That's how seriously life is taken in some quarters of the town.