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LAXITY OF OFFICIALS.
LAXITY OF OFFICIALS. STRONG COMMENTS BY THE BENCH. At the Bridgend Petty Sessions, on Saturday last, hefore Mr. R. W. Llewellyn (chairman), Mr. C. P. Davis. Mr. R.L. Knight, and Col. Franklen, Edward -Petty, of Maesteg, collier, was charged with a breach of the 224th special colliery rule. he having, it was alleged, had in his possession an un- oeked safety lamp inside the lamp station. Mr. W. R. Randall (Messrs. Randall and Wilson). appeared to prosecute on behalf of North's Navi- gation Co.. Ltd.. and Mr. T. J. Hughes was mstructed for the defence. Mr. Randall was proceeding to open the case when Mr. Hughes took a formal objection to the summons, on the ground that rule 224 was merely an explanatory rule, and did not create an offence against the Act. A discussion ensued between the advocates, and Mr. Randall applied .to amend the summons by adding rules 210, 216. and 220. This Was strongly objected to by Mr. Hughes, who con- tended that three separate offences could not be charged in one summons. Mr. Randall thereupon abandoned his application and elected to proceed on the summons as drawn. A note of Mr. Hughes' objection was taken, and the case was proceeded with. Mr. John Ray deposed that he was manager of the Coegnant Colliery. Maesteg. at which defend- ant was employed as a collier, and produced a certified copy of the rules. In cross-examination witness stated that five men were employed at the commencement of each shift to examine, lock and Unlock all lamps at the lamp station, but admitted that during the shifts these duties were under- taken bv voting lads, although the general rules provided that a competent person should be em- ployed. and that it was equally important that lamps should be carefully seen to during the shifts as well as at the commencement of the shifts- that it was the custom to employ lads for this purpose.-He was not aware that the Chief Inspector of Mines had strongly disapproved of this. Evan Lloyd and William Lewis, firemen, deposed to having' on the 26th February, inspected defendants' lamp in the stall at which he worked. and that it was not locked. In cross-examination both witnesses admitted that the lock was catching and that it did not open easily, and that the defendant's partner. Oliver Jones, stated at the time that as his lamp had gone out, defen- dant had lent him his (defendant's) lamp to light his way back to the lamp station and that if there was anv fault he would bear it. Thomas Price (a diminutive lad. whose head scarcely appeared above the witness box) stated that he was employed on the day in question to examine, lock and unlock lamps at the lamp station during the day shift. That Oliver Jones had brought his own lamp "dark. ajid the defendants lamp lighted to the station, and that he had lighted, examined and locked both lamps and handed them both back to Jones. —Cross-examined by Mr. Hughes, witness stated that he sometimes had to leave the lamp station to see to some points about 30 yards distant, and that on the day in question he handed the key to unlock and relock the lamps to Jones, but subsequently stated that he had himself unlocked the lamps. the witness became utterly confused during cross-examination and did not seem clear as to what had taken place. Mr. Randall stated that that was his case. Mr. Hughes. for the defence, submitted that the rule under which Mr. Randall had elected to proceed did not apply to the case in point, and having read and commented upon the rule. pointed out that defendant ought not to be corrected, as he was entirely free from blame—he had not tam- pered with his lamp in any way, and was not aware of the defect. Mr. Randall contended that the magistrates were bound to convict, as the defendant had not satisfied the overman that he was unaware of the defect. Mr. Hughes pointed out that that was immaterial so long as the Bench were satisfied, and that it would be a very bad lookout for colliers if charges nf this kind were dependent upon the intelligence or want of intelligence of the officials, and that the prosecution was against the letter but not against the spirit of the Act. and that it came with very bad grace from officials who were them- selves guilty of the greatest laxity and neglect. Oliver Jones, for the defence, deposed that he was defendant's partner. That on the day in question he borrowed defendant's lamp to light himself to the lamp station to get his own lamp (which had become extinguished) re-lighted. The boy Price locked and examined both lamps, and witness took them Iwck to the heading. Defendant did not afterwards touch either of the lamps, and witness was quite at a loss to understand how defendant's lamp was unlocked. The Chairman, after a consultation with the magistrates, stated that the defendant had com- mitted a technical breach of the rule, and imposed a mitigated penalty of -tl. John Thomas, collier, was then charged with a similar offence. The same advocates appeared to prosecute and defend the firemen.- William Lewis and Evan Llovd deposed to having found de- fendant's lamp unlocked on the 26th February. Defendant was working in his stall, and his partner William Rees was with him.—Mr. Hughes. for the defence, submitted that the fact of the lamp being unlocked was due to a defect in the lock. which was the result of gross carelessness of the lampman. Defendant had on the previous Monday trusted his lamp to this official for repair, but the latter had been either too lazy or too care- less to put in a fresh lock. and had put in an old one instead, which had Income loosened by the bumping of the lamp against the tram.—The defendant and William Rees, his partner, and John Machon. lampman. were called and bore out this statement. The Bench held that although there had been carelessness on the part of the lampmen. the defendant must be held to be responsible for his own lamp, and inflicted a fine of All. including costs. William J ones, collier, was thou similarly charged, the same advocates appearing.—William Walden. fireman, deposed to having found the defendant's lamp unlocked in his working on the 26th February. In cross-examination witness admitted that the lock was catching'' a good deal—Mr. Hughes here produced the lamp in question, and handed it to witness who admitted that the ridge showed signs of the lamp having being locked for some time in the wrong place. For the defence. Mr. Hughes stated that the "■lass of defendant's lamp being too long the lower part could not be secured sufficiently to allow for the lamp being locked in the proper place, and that for many months past it had been locked in the rid(l"e. the key having in course of time made a slight hole for itself. This had been winked at by the officials for a long period, and he contended it would be unjust to make the defendants suffer for their neglect.—The defendant and his partner. Solomon Jones, were called to bear out the defence, both stating emphatically that the lock had not been wilfully tampered with in any way. The Bench, after consultation, imposed a fine of Cl. including costs. A similar case against a lad named Davies was by consent withdrawn. Mr. Llewellyn (chairman) then stated that the magistrates could not allow these eases to close without expressing their strong sense of the great neglect and carelessness which had been proved to exist at this colliery. In each of the cases that had come before them it had been clearly proved that great laxity existed on the part of the officials, and the magistrates hoped that. considering the terrible risk and danger of life to which a collier was subject, much greater care would be shown in the future.—Mr. Randall expressed a hope that their worships would reconsider this statement, but the chairman stated that they could not do so. A mere child had been placed in a post of the greatest responsi- bility. A fireman had allowed a defective lamp to be used nearly a year, and the lampman had put in an old lock instead of a new one, and it was clear that there was great carelessness all round. Mr. Hughes It is they who should be in the dock instead of my poor clients. The proceedings, which had excited the greatest excitement, then closed, and the parties then left the court.
BOOTS! BOOTS!! J A M E S W ATKINS, BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER, CARDLIKG STREET, BRIDGEND, Invites the attention of his numerous Patrons to his most extensive Stock of LADIES', GENTS'. AND CHILEREN'S BOOTS SHOES, AND SLIPPERS, Of Every Description, to suit all classes, which are quite unrivalled for cheapness, style, and durability. LADIES' DEPARTMENT. Ladies' Elastic Sides, Kid. Levant, and Seal. Ladies' Kid. Balmorals, and Buttoned Boots. Ladies' Levant and Seal Balmorals and Buttoned Boots. Ladies' Felt Boots. Ladies Velvet Boots and Slippers. GENTS' DEPARTMENTS. Gents' Shooting Boots-all prices. Gents' Strong Walking Boots. Gents' Spring Sides—good and cheap. Gents' Balmorals and Water-tights. Gents' Nailed Boots—at very low prices. Boots for Boys or Girls in Plain Leather, Levant. or Kid. Laced and Buttoned. Girls' Boys, and Women's Nailed Boots strong and reliable at very low prices. EAGLE IMPLEMENT, SEED, AXD MANUUE STOKES. (JOWBRIDGE. Ijl JOHN begs to inform FARMERS AND J» OTHERS "that he has a large lot of HOME- GROWN CLOVERS from the neighbourhood of Llancarvan and Penmark. imported ITALIAN RYE GRASS, splendid ALSYKE WHITE DUTCH TREFOIL, all of good samples. Home-grown old sort SANFOIN. Growers' names given. Agent for Adam's Celebrated Manures. A LARGE STOCK OF SEASON S IMPLEMENTS. AN INSPECTION INVITED. JOHN SPICKETT, ROCK HOUSE, <^>. KVV" CADOXTON.. OC* w w £ 2 s -vV> 5 p £ £ N> v V'K-Zl H RAK K R' V o0 GROCER, \v AND I JT Y X y CONFECTIONER. "V. DIGESTIVE WHOLEMEAL BREAD FRESH DAILY. SPRING 1891. „ NEW VEGETABLE Cq OF AND "4P FINEST FLOWERS Xh QUALITY AXD < EXCELLENCE. V/ "o:- ■<>/ D.JENKINS, CHEMIST, y 0. WrYNDHAM STREET, I BRIDGBND.
THE CONVERTED CLOWN AT CADOXTON.
THE CONVERTED CLOWN AT CADOXTON. Mr. King. the Converted Clown." is conducting a service of Temperance Meetings at Cadoxton this week. A Starman's impressions of his Monday night's lecture were of a mixed nature. Mr. King was and is an excellent clown, and he may be an excellent pastor, but as a lecturer he is not convincing. He made some good hits he told some things well: but his hits were quite outside his subject, and the things he told well smacked more of clown than of the convert. To parody Dr. Johnson's saying. There were some things in which he was attractive, and some things in which he dealt with temperance, but those things that were attractive had no con- nection with tempcrance, and those things which dealt with temperance were not attractive." His self-complacent smirk when alluding to the photo- graph of his mother's sion made one forget the egotism and bad taste in the grotesque comicality of the remark. Go to befr him He will amuse you. sometimes he will instruct you, and he will never convince you.
DEAF AND DUMB MISSIONS FOR…
DEAF AND DUMB MISSIONS FOR GLAMORGAN & MONMOUTHSHIRE. SPECIAL SERVICES AT BARRY. A meeting on behalf of the above was held at the Barry Public Hall on Sunday afternoon last, at three o'clock. The chair was taken by Mr. G. Rutter. and addresses were delivered by the Revs. Oswald Parry and J. H. Stowell. and Mr. J. Lloyd. A letter from the Rev. J. Price, apologising for his absence, was read. Recitations in their pecu- liar sign language were given by two deaf mutes, and a few of Sankey s hymns were sung by the meeting during the afternoon. Mr. B. Russell, missionary of the Society, explained in detail the objects of the mission. He pointed out how. after leaving the school in which they are taught the silent language, the deaf and dumb have no one to care for them, spiritually or temporally. The ordinary services of church or chapel have no signification to them, as they can only be approached with regard to spiritual things in their own finger and sign language. The speaker then went on to describe the work of the mission in Cardiff and the district, and explained that the Society was now seeking further funds in order to extend the scope of its work. There were over 20.000 deaf mutes in Great Britain, and he thought the meeting would be lacking in their duty if they did not do some- thing to assist those who were deprived of the priceless organs of hearing and speaking. He looked forward to the time. too. when they should have compulsory education for deaf and dumb children, who now amounted to 2.000 in Great Britain alone.—A collection was made in aid of the funds of the Society, and it is hoped that as there was a good attendance a substantial amount was realised.
LLOYDS BANK LIMITED. Subscribed Capital 173,750 Shares of £ 50 each £ 8,087,500. Capital Paid up £ 8 per Share £ 1,390,000. Reserve Fund £ 850,000, DIRECTORS: X THOMAS SALT. Es(,).. M.P.. CHAIRMAN. JOHN SPENCER PHILLIPS, EtiQ., DEPUTY-CHAIRMAN. CHARLES EDWARD BARNETT. EsQ. RICHARD BORRADAILE LLOYD. ESQ. BERNARD TINDAL BOSANQUET, EsQ. SAMPSON SAMUEL LLOYD. ESQ. EDWARD GEM. ESQ. JOHN CHARLES SALT. ESQ. EDWARD BRODIE HOARE. ESQ.. M.P. RICHARD VASSAR VASSAR-SMITII, ESQ. JOHN JAFFRAY, ESQ. GEORGE DUNBAR WHATMAN. ESQ. JOSEPH SCRIVENER KEEP. ESQ. WILLIAM DE WINTON. ESQ. J. ARTHUR KENRICK, EsQ. ROBERT WOODWARD. ESQ. GEORGE BRAITHWAITE LLOYD. ESQ. GENERAL MANAGER—HOWARD LLOYD. STATEMENT OF LIABILITIES AND ASSETS ON THE 31ST DECEMBER. 1890. Li/lhi! itirx— Subscribed Capital (being 173.750 Shares of C50 each) X8,687,500 0 0 Capitol called up, viz.. 173,750 Shares at .1:8 per Share C 1.390,000 0 0 Reserved Fund C 780.000 0 0 Ditto (added from Premiums on Shares) 40.000 0 0 ——————— 820.000 0 0 ——————. 2.210.000 0 0 Debts owing to sundry persons by the Company— On Bills or Notes accepted or endorsed 339.378 4 11 On Deposit. Current, and other Accounts 19.277.245 1 1 Liabilities in respect of Customers'Loans to Brokers, fully secured 435.000 0 0 Liability in respect of GLiiriiitee i-e, Baring Bros, and Co. 250.000 0 0 Profit (including t'9.030 lis. 3d. brought forward from last year 284,626 0 0 Less Interim Dividend for half-year ending Q7 ,nn n n 30th June, at 15 per cent, per annum Income Tax on Dividends and Bonus for the I 5 912 10 0 year ——————— 103.412 10 0 1181,213 10 0 Balance, proposed to be appropriated as follows In payment of half-year's Dividend to 31st) 1(U orn n n December, at 15 per cent, per annum i ,ZJ In payment of Bonus of 4s. per share 34.750 0 0 To be added to the Reserved Fund 30.000 0 0 To be carried forward to next year 12.213 10 0 ——————— 181.213 10 0 22.007.836 16 0 Cash in hand, with Bank of England, at Call and Short Notice. 4.378.996 9 8 Bills of Exchange 2.533.651 14 9 Consols and other British Government Securities 2.958,921 8 10 Indian and Colonial Government Securities. Cor- I poration Stocks. English Railway Debenture 1.832.822 13 1 ► and Preference Stocks, «S:c ) — x 4.841.744 1 11 11.804.392 6 4 Advances to Customers. Promissory Notes, and other Securities and Properties. 9.450.207 19 8 Liabilities of Cus tomcrs for Bills accepted or endorsed by the Company. 339.378 4 11 Bank Premises and Furniture 413.858 5 1 £ 22.007.836 16 0 HOWARD LLOYD. GENUAL MANAGER. We hereby Certify that we have examined the Accounts of the Company, and that the above Statemeni correctly sets forth the position of its affairs, on the 31st day of December. 1890. C. A. HARRISON, BARRETT. WEST THORLEY. I CHARTERACCOUNTANTS. PRICE, WATERHOUSE, Co., AUDITORS. 1) EPORT OF THE DIRECTORS. TO BE PRESENTED TO THE SHAREHOLDERS AT THE V THIRTY-THIRD ORDINARY GENERAL MEETING. TO BE HELD AT THE BIR- MINGHAM AND MIDLAND INSTITUTE. PARADISE STREET. BIRMINGHAM. ON MONDAY. THE NINTH DAY OF FEBRUARY. 1891, AT TWO O'CLOCK P.M. Your Directors present herewith a Statement of the Liabilities and Assets of the Company on the 31st day of December last. The available Profit for the past year. including the amount brought forward from the previous year. after payment of charges and expenses, carrying forward the amount necessary for Rebate of Bills, and making due provision for Bad Debts and Contingencies, is C284.626. Out of this an Interim Dividend at the rate of 15 per cent. per annum, free of Income Tax. amounting to C 97.500. was declared for the half-year ending the 30th day of June last. Your Directors recommend that a Dividend at the same rate for the past half-year, amounting to 4:104.250. be now declared: that a Bonus of 4s. per Share, amounting to C34.750.be added to this Dividend, making a total distribution of 17.\ per cent. for the year that the sum of C 5.912 10s. Od. be applied in payment of Income Tax upon the above Dividends and Bonus: that C 30.000 be added to the Reserved Fund and that the balance. C 12.213 10s. Od. be carried forward to the Profit and Loss Account of the present year. Consequent upon the extension of the Bank into South Wales by the acquisition of the valuable and important business of the Brecon Old' Bank, your Directors have thousrht it desirable to open additional branches at Abergavenny. Barry Docks and Bute Docks (Cardiff), Newport (Mon.). and Pontypool. The business of Messrs. Beecliings and Co. (who were old connections of Messrs. Barnetts and Co.). with branches at Tonbridge. Tunbridge Wells, Hastings. St. Leonards, and Folkestone, was trans- ferred to this Bank from the 28th October last, and promises satisfactory results. In connection with these acquisitions the Capital of the Bank has been increased to the extent of C 90.000, and the Reserved Fund by C 40.000. making, with the C 30.000 from profits, an addition of t 70.000 to this fund for the year, and raising it to a total of 11850.000. In the month of November last a financial disaster in the City of London, imperilling gravely the trading interests of the whole country, was averted by the prompt and vigorous action of the Governor and Directors of the Bank of England, who formed an important combination of bankers and others for the purpose of securing that the engagements of Messrs. Baring Bros. should be met at maturity. Your directors felt it to be their duty to join in this combination, and they have accord- ingly given the guarantee of the bank for this purpose to the extent of X.250.000. Messrs. Barings' estate is estimated to produce a surplus, so that there is every reason to hope that the guarantors will not be called upon. The director:- who retire at this meeting are Messrs. Bernard Tindal Bosanquet. J. Arthur Ken- rick. and George Braithwaitc Lloyd. They arc all eligible, and offer themselves for re-election. The auditors also retire, and are eligible for re-appointment. The dividend and bonus will be payable on and after the 11th February, free of Income Tax. THOMAS SALT. Chairman. Birmingham. 30th January. 1891. PLACES OF BUSINESS. HEAD OFFICE BIRMINGHAM. GENERAL MANAGER :—HOWARD LLOYD. ASSISTANT-GENERAL MANAOEK—GEORGE E. ABELL Principals of the Advance Department :—J. M. RICHARDSON. F. W. NASH. IXFJPKCTOES OF BRANCHES—ANDREW CROSBY. FREDERICK TYTHERLEIGH, GEOIWE W. BALDWIN. CHARLES W. NOAKE, W. S. DE WINTON. SECRETARY —EnwAUD J. HARRISON. REGISTERED OFFICE.72. LOMBARD STREET. LONDON, E.C. CITY MANAGER E. A. HOARE. LONDON :— CITY 72, LOMBARD STREET. E.C. WEST KENSINGTON 42. HAMMERSMITH ROAD. W. WEST END 54. ST. JAMES'S STREET. S.W. HAMPSTEAD :—13 & 14, HIGH STREET. N.W. PIMLICO 33. BELGRAVE ROAD, S.W. BIRMINGHAM :— COT,MORE Row I NEW STHEET. DELUTEND. I HIGH STRKET. ASTON ROAD. FIVE WAYS. GOOCH STREET. TEMPLE ROW. BRISTOL STREET. GT. HAMPTON STREET. ABEHDARE DROITWICH LLANELLY SHREWSBURY ABERGAVENNY DunLEY LOXGTOX SMETHWICK ATHERSTONE ELLESMERE LUDLOW STAEKORI* BARRY DOCKS ENFIELD MALYEI;N STRATFOKD-ON-AVON Hlmcox EVESHAM MERTHYI; TYlWIL TAMWORTH BRIDGNORTH FOLKESTONE NEWCASTLE (Staifs) TENBURY BROMSGROVE GLOUCESTER NEWPORT (Mon.) TONBRIDGE BROSLEY GREAT BHIDGE NEWPORT (Salop) TUNBRIDGE WELLS BUHTON-ON-TRENT HALESOWEN NORTHAMPTON WALSALU CANNOCK HANDSWORTII OLDBURY WA I;WICK CARDIFF HANLEY OSWESTRY WEDN;;SBURY Do. BUTE DOCKS HASTINGS PONTYPOOL WELLINGTON (Salop) CARDIGAN HAVERFORDWEST I PRESTEIGNE WELSHPOOL CARMARTHEN HEREFORD Ross WEST BKOMWICH CATERHAM VALLEY IKONBRIDGE RUGBY WHITCHI:KGTI(Salop) CHELTENHAM KIDDERMINSTER RUCKLE Y WTLLKNHALL COVENTRY LEAMINGTON ST. LEONARDS WOLVERHAMPTON DARI,ASTON LEOMINSTER SIIIFNAL WORCESTER DOWLAIS LICHFIELD | SHIPSTOX-ON-STOUR SUB-BRANCHES AND AGENCIES. ALVECHURCH CUAVEN ARMS MALVERN LINK ST. LEOXARDS-ON-SEA ASTWOOD BAXK DA WLEY MALVERN WELLS SELLY OAK BEXHILL ECCLESHALL MONTPELIER SOLIHULL BIDEFOKD FISHGUARD (Cheltenham) SOUTHAM BLACHWOOD HAltBOHXE MOSELEY SOUTHBOROUGH BLOOMSBURY HEDNESFORD MOUNTAIN ASH STUATFORD ROAD (Birmingham) HIRWAIN NI.WCASLE E.MLYX (Birmingham) BLOXWICH KENILWORTH OAK UNGATES SUTTON COLDFILLD BREWOOD KIDWELLY PEMBREY WENLOCK CLEOJIURY MORTIMER KINGS NORTON PEXKRIDCE WEOBLEY COLESHILL LEANDYSSUL PERSHORE WlIlTLAND With this Bank have been incorporated, by purchase or amalgamation, the long-established private Banks of Lloyds iV Co.. and Moilliet iV Sons. of Birmingham Barnetts. Hoarcs v Co.. and Bosanquet. Salt Co.. of London Stevenson. Salt & Co.. of Stafford and Lichtield P. & H. Willitin. of Wednesday A. Butlin Son. of Rugby: R. s: W. F. Fryer, of Wolverhampton 1. Jc I. C. Wright and Co.. of Burton-on-Trent Beck and Co., of Shrewsbury and Welshpool: Pritchard. Gordon, and Co.. of Brosely and Bridgnorth Wilkins. & Co., of Brecon. Cardiff, and elsewhere in South Wales Beecliings and Co.. of Tonbridge. Tunbridge Wells. Hastings, ,c.: and the following Banking Companies, viz.. the Birmingham Joint Stock Bank Limited, the Worcester City and County Banking Company Limited. the Warwick and Leamington Banking Company, the Shropshire Banking Company, and the Coventry and Warwickshire Banking Comapny. This Bank has Correspondents and Agents in most of the large towns in the British 1-des. as well as in Australia. Canada, the West Indies, Mauritius, and other Colonies, and thus offers to the public great facilities for transacting Banking business. Current accounts are opened upon the terms usnally adopted by Bankers. Deposits are received at interest subject to fourteen daj\s' notice of withdrawal, or by special agreement. Drafts and Letters of Credit are granted upon Agents and Circular Notes, payable in all parts of the world. issued. Purchases and Sales of Government and other Stocks effected, and every description of Banking business transacted. A Declaration of Secrecy is signed, on appointment, by every person engaged in the Bank's service. BENJAMIN LEWIS, GROCER, BAKER AND PROVISION MERCHANT, PALMERSTOWN AND BARRY ROAD, CADOXTON-BARRY. Try our High-Class Provisions at Low Prices. SPECIALITIES IN TEAS GOOD FAMILY, Is. Gel.; SPLENDID BLEND, 2s. AND FINEST GROWN, 2s. Gel. Leviss Bread is the bread of the day, Lewis's Bread defies competition. Lewises Bread is the best. people say Lewis's Bread withstands opposition Lew is s Bread is the bread for the yonng. Lewis's Bread is both wholesome and pure. Lewis s Bread for the weak and the strong Lewis s Bread will just suit you. I'm sure. Lewis's Bread for the navvy is best. Lewis's Bread for workmen to carry. Lev is s Bread is the bread to digest; Lewis s Bread is known down in Barry Lev is s Bread for the Welsh Bard. Lewis s Bread has a very wide fame. Lewis's Bread for all men who work hard. Lewis's Bread bears B. Lewis's name. N.D.-Tea Meetings Supplied on Reasonable Terms. 1\ PRINCE DOG CART, M NEW DESIGN. MOUNTED ON MOST APPROVED PRINCIPLES. FULLER BIRT1LL AND COMPANY, CARRIAGE BUILDERS, CARDIFF. 1- TELEGRAMS—CARRIAGES. CARDIFF. y .V- Inspections made, and Estimates given fur Repairs, free. • A Larg-û Stock of NEW AXD SECOND-HAND CARRIAGES always on Sale. Carriages taken in Exchange, or Sold on Commission. _H- 1 EDUCATIONAL. BARRY HIGH SCHOOL, I BARRY DOCK-ROAD. BARRY. (TEMPORARY PREMISES.) PRINCIPAL D. J. GREIG. rpiIE SCHOOL will be OPENED (D.V.) on X SATURDAY. January 17th. 1891. The Curri- culum will include all the Branches of an ENG- LISH EDUCATION, together with CLASSICS. MODERN LANGUAGES, and the SCIENCES, care being taken to train the Pupils with regard to their Professional or Commercial Career. Music (Vocal and Instrumental") and Calis- thenics will form a Special Feature in the School. PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS. Pupils will be Prepared for any of the Pre- liminary Examinations. London Matriculation. Civil Service. College of Preceptors, Oxford and Cambridge Locals. iVc. Mr. Greig has arrived at Barrv. and will be glad to meet the Parents of Prospective Children at 6. WINDSOR-ROAD. BARRY. Or at the SCHOOL. BARRY GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL. PRINCIPAL D. J. GREIG. F.S.A., Assisted by thoroughly Efficient English and Foreign Governesses. For Prospectus. <kc.. address— 6, WINDSOR-ROAD. EAST BARRY. BARRY PREPARATORY SCHOOL, ATHER- STONE. WINDSOR-ROAD. PRINCIPAL MISS BURBRIDGE. R.A.M.. Assisted by thoroughly efficient Governesses. Thorough English. French. Music, and other Accomplishments. Kindergarten Taught. BARRY PRIVATE DAY SCHOOL, FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. TO COMMENCE OX APRIL 7TH. MUSIC. DRAWING, and Rudiments of French, as well as all the Elementary Ssbjects, by thoroughly qualified and experienced Teacher. For full particulars, apply to- MRS. COLLIER. 111. HIGH STREET. BARRY. (j • MARSH'S Hair Cutting is a treat to us all.. JVtarsh's invites you to give him a call, All the Buffaloes call there, he is noted to fame. I\eliable always, the truth I proclaim. Select his saloon, all in comfort and ease. Hair Cutting and Shaving, and all as you plea.-e. His Stock of Tobaccos are of cluality rare. ^TA.11 his Stock is complete and beyond all compare. Inspect his Cigars, all of the Best Brand. I^are and superior your attentions command. J delightful in flas'our. the best you can buy. Kare Meerschaums and Briars, the trade he'll dcfv. Xlixtraordinarv value no one will denv. <4 Select Stock of Touches and Purses you 11 find. S [combined, imply marvellous for cheapness and goodnt^s Iliach one should haste and put these to the test, 'R 1 leal value for money and all of the best. Marsh s Depot for all kinds of Musical and Fancy Goods. HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCK. H. W. KEEY, 1 PRACTICAL WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER. JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN, MAIN STREET. CADOXTON. SPECTACLES TO SUIT ALL SIGHTS. WEEKLY PAYMENTS TAKEN. BARRY PUBLIC HALL (Formerly called Mission Hall. Barry). rpiIIS HALL, which will seat over 600 people, JL or either of the smaller rooms at the back of it. is now AVAILABLE for penLIC meetings, CONCERTS, ETC. Full particulars may be obtained on application to the BARRY ESTATE OFFICE. 24. HIGH STREET. BARRY. THE IVARIfY TRADLXG COMPANY. (LD.) HAVE OPENED extensive SHOPS and STORES for business in IIAY, CORN, SEED, And GENERAL PRODUCE. I R 0 N M 0 N G E R iT AND HCILDING MATERIALS, FURNITURE. AND HOUSEHOLD REQUISITES, And have taken over the COAL. IRON. AND GEXERAL BUSINESS Carried on by Messrs. R. MOON Co., AT BARRY AND HOLTON. Call and see our Stock of Iron Bedsteads. House- hold Ironmongery. Linoleums, and Furniture. MR. R. MOON is Managing Director for the Company. THOMPSON STREET, BARRY DOCK. B. SEI DEM AN, TOBACCONIST, EXCHANGE TOILET CLt'I!, 5, EXCHANGE BI ILDINGS, BARRY. LADIES COMBINGS CAREFULLY MADE TO ANY DESIGN. CERTIFICATED CHIROPODIST. CORNS CAREFULLY CUT AND EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIX. Moderate Charges. Ladies and Gentlemen waited upon at their residences. TESTIMONIAL FROM DR. GORE. Cadoxton. February 24th. 1891. "Mr. B. SEIDEMAN. Hairdresser and Chiropodist, of Exchange Buildings. Barry, removed a hard Corn for me in Decernl>er last, from which I had suffered a deal of pain. I was very pleased with the way the operation was done. It was quite painless, and up to the present I have not had the least trouble from it re-appearing. ALFRED GORE." (:7" PLEASE NOTE THE ADDRESS. i OLD POST INN BONVILSTONE. rtTHE FAVOURITE POSTING HOUSE JL BETWEEN CARDIFF AND COWBRIDGE. EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION. DINXERSkTEAS ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE. WINES and CIGARS of the Choicest Brands. L. ROBERTS, P/,ojln'ctur.