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Barry Congregational .t5 Church. SUNDAY NEXT, MAY 8th, 1882, REV. J. H. STOWELL, M.A., Will Preach in the Morning at 11, and in the Evening at 6.30. Subject for Morning- :— AMOS, THE PREACHER OF JUSTICE. Subject for Evening :— IS THE BIBLE WORTH READING ? All Seats free. Hymn Books provided. r600 EISTEDDFOD, GADEIHIOL CADOXTO-N., YR HON A GYXHELIR YX Y A T Y JM A R C H y A D, AR Y "T LUN CYNTAF YN A WST, 1892 (BANK HOLIDAY). LLYWYDD: YR ANRHYDEDDUS FARNWR GWILYM WILLIAMS, MISKIX. AKWKINYDD MR. W. LLEWELLYN WILLIAMS, B.A. (LLWTDFKYN), Golygydd y "SOUTH WALES STAR." BEIKNIAD Y CANU: MR. D. T. PROSSER (EOS CYNLAIS), Treorky. BEIRNIAD Y X^ARDDO VIAKTH, TEAETJIODAIT, &C., Y PARCH. M. 13. THOMAS (CYNWYD), Caerdydd. PRIF DESTUNAU, AC: £ s. d. 1. "Dato(I mac Rhwymau," i Gor;tu dim dan 60ain o rif 15 0 0 ci i a Chartair. 2. Ar lan lorddonen ddoni" (Dr. Parry), i Gomu dim dan 3Qaiu 0 rif 5 0 0 3. Am y Traethawd goreu ar "Hanes y Galatiaid 0 10 0 4. Am v 40ain linell ereu ar y "Storm ar For Tiberias" 0 10 0 Bydd y Programme* yn baro,i dechreu Mai, yn eynwya y gweddill o'r Testunan. i'w cael am Id.; trwy y Post. lid.; oddiwrth yr Ysgrifenydd, J. D. DAVIES, Ho'ton-ror.d, B&rry Dock. I). EVANS» GOLDEN RET, ]yj A I N f, THE E rr (J AD 6 XT 0 N. rjlIIlS IS"'T) EALLY -— rJpilE jjllRST ^ROCER Y^JgST A BITS [I JIENT G J (J^doxton: JTSJ> KPUT.iTlON güs'tAINS-IT! T II E QUA LITY OF ITS ^OOD?TlS "JJNEQUALLED. JTSJJRICES ARE THE JQOWEST IN THE jyjARKET. QLD (CUSTOMERS SAY SO! QLD ^USTOMEILS QONTINUE'TliEIR PATRONAGE. RP H E Q; 0 L D EN TZ" E Y DEFIES COMPETITION. rpHE^E ARE OUR PRICES FOR RP E A PERLB. OUR WELL-KNOWN MONKEY BRAND _1 s. _4D. T) U T T E R PER LB. FINEST DANISH 19. HD. IRISH. Is. Oil). 2 NEW ZEALAND. Os. 11D. ^TETFE": AMERICAN 6D. & 7D. PER LB. T) E E R S SOLE AGENT FOR GARTON'S BRISTOL PRIZE MEDAL ALES, Supplied in 4! Gallons, at 3s. 9d. and 4s. 6d., and 9 Gallons at 7s. 6d. and 9s., and 18-Gallon Casks. ALL Goods delivered Free of Charge at the shortest notice for Cash only. I). E v A N s- -1 0 L D E N E Y GOLDEN E Y BEGS to state that his business has so increased that he has been compelled to JgN LARGE HIS PREMISES, CONSEQUENTLY he has acquired the next Shop to his old establishment, where he now is enabled to supply his customers with every commodity in CORS, F LOUR, AXD JIKESH VEGETABLES DAILY GPECIAL QFFER! rpONS OF jpOTATOES, rro-CLEAR OUT, AT —— — ^S.PEITCWT JQ^NOT pORCiETl rpHE Y LDEST ROCERY. QM^f^STABLWHED gROCERY, rjlHE ^OLDEN j^liY, 1\ f .IVANS. PROPRIETOR. JJ. Jj til? Titsovr ArFi-cnio»3 AND JloftRSESEes.—All suf- JYria;; i om irritei'iou of tue throat and hoarseness wiH bo a<rreaibly surj-rised at the almost iinmet'.y.te r«iief airorded by the u.-e of "Brown's Bronchial Troches." These famous lozenges are now so.d by most responsible chemists iu th'S country at Is. per bos. People troubled with a hacking congb, j, sli^hb cold," or bronchial affections, caimot try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to pro- cross, result iu serious Puhnonary and Asthmatic ailec* tious. See that ihe words ^Brown's. Bronsmal Troches are on the Government Stamp around eacn box.-Prepared bv JOIIN 1. BRCV-N & SONS, Boston, U.S. European depot, 33, Farrmgdon Road, London. ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS is warranted to cure all discharges from the Urinary Organs, in either sex (acquired or constitutional), Gravel, and Pains In the Back. Guaranteed free from Mercury. Sold m Boxes, As. 6d. each, by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors throughout the World, or sent to any address for sixty stamps by the Makers, THE LTJTCOI.IT AND MIDLAND COUNTIES Diiua COMPANY, Lincoln. Wholesale Agents, BAKCLAX & Sows, London, and all the Wholesale Houses. 10, ROMILLY-ROAD, BARRY. MR. WILLIAM THOMAS will SELL bv AUCTION, on MONDAY, the 9th day of May. 1892, at 12 o'clock in the forenoon, sufficient of the T HOUSEHOLD GOODS to realise claims for rent and taxes. On view morning of sale from 10 to 12. Auctioneer's Office, Vere-street, Cadoxton. WANTED. WANTED, good GENERAL SERVANT, iit.le to wiisli, used to children good wages; rcfeteuce required. Apply 4, Hillside Villas, Barry. WANTED, several good WALLING MASONS: good Tvajres: no strike on. Apply John Cox and Son, Stone Merchants, Cross Keys, Newport (Mon.) X/CT ANTED. — Two good PAPERHANGERS. — Apply, V Morgan Brothers, Plumbers and DtforittoM, C.wloxton, XS7"ANTED, a CANVASSER for the 13»rry Dock Sr.nitary T T Steam Luuudry.—For particulars apply to the Secre- tary, D. Shaw, 12, Vere-street, Cadoxton. [114 -u_- A RESPECTABLE, Intelligent LAD Wanted as all AP- A PHENTICE to the PRINTING BUSINESS. Every facility oifereii for thorough training in ilepartmenis of Letterpress and Jlanufaeturing Statiol1ery.-Apply Manager, Star Printing Works, Vere-street, Cudoxtou-Barry. [a WANTED, ASSISTANTS, APPRENTICES VV or IMPROVERS to the Dressmaking. Apply L. S. Barstow, Hchble House, Cadoxton. [689 WANTED.-Respectable BOYS to Sell the South w Wales Star at Bridgend. Good commission.— Apply at the Star Branch Office, Friday mornings. PONTYPRIDD.-WANTED, 250 BOYS to Sell P the "SoriTH WALES STAR." Liberal Com- mission.—Apply, E. R. Evans, 10, Feirael-Square, Pontypridd. DO you dc-sire to realise the best possible prices and secure a numerous company when you dispose of your Landed Estate, Freehold Property, Stock, Merchandise or Household Furniture ? — See that your Advertisements are inserted iu the South U'a/i Star, (^LfTB AGENTS WANTED, to form Clubs tor J Watches, Clocks. Jewellery. Silver Plate, Opera Glasses. Musical Insts., &c. Members pay Is. per week Terms, Catalogues, Ac., KENDAL A DHXT, 106, Cheapside, London. Splendid value. Great suc- cess. Mention Paper. Ladies' and Gents' Silver Levers 42s., worth 70s. [523 DO you want your FINGHJR BTLLS, Handbills and Circulars conscientiously Distributed in town and country ?—Apply X. X. X., Star Office, Cadoxton. TTTANTED, respectable BOYS to sell the South VV If rale.i Star.—Good commission to suitable lads. Apply Manager, "Star" Printing Works, Vere Street, Cadoxton TO LET. I BURNISHED SITTING-ROOM an! BEDROOM for one or. two gentlemen.—Apply Commercial House, Kolton-or.d Cadoxt,OtI. FJARItY DOCK, Barry, Cadoxton.—All best Shops; suitable ) any business.—Apply Edward Ilees, Estate Agent, 32, Hoitcn road, Barry Dock. Pf AUnY DOCK.—Extensive Corner Premises, near Dock > and Town coffee and dining rooms suitable restaurant, temperance hot?!, extensive provision business. -Edward Rees, Estate Agent, 32, Holton-road. Barry Dock. YJLLAS TO BE LET, pleasantly situate in the Park (Jivs- v cont. Dining-room, drawing-room, kitchen, scullery, fonr bedrooms, bathroom, anil all the usual offices. Rents ;n<xlerate.—Apply Ii. J. Money, builder, 1, Park Cresr-ent. Barry. [100 HOUSE and SHOP to LET; Bakehonse and Stable at Pal- merstnwn.—Apply B. Lewis, on the premises or David Jones and Co., Vere-street, Cailoxton. [896 TO I.l'.T, TWELVE-ROOMED VILLAS, at York-place, B:irry.—Apply to E. Thomas, 85, Cast lei:'nil-street, Barry Dock, or Frankford Villa. [81 HOUSE AND SHOP TO BE LET OR SOLD, at Holton-road suit butcher newly papered. —Fr»r particulars apply to John Jones, Brynamlwg House, Holton-road, Cadoxton. [p88 HOUSE TO LET on Crogan Hill. Seven rooms' pleasant situation.—Apply, No. 1, above address. .u [76 A COMFORTABLE HOME, with board, for one or two respectable young men, closc to Cadoxton Station. Terms moderate.—Apply to A. B. C., South Walt's Star. [p90 FOR SALE. DO you desire to realise the best possible prices and secare a numerous company when you dispose of your Landed Estate, Freehold Property, Stock Merchandise, or Household Furniture ? — See that your Advertisements are inserted in the South Wales Star. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS inserted in the J) SOUTH WALES STAn, the most widely-read newspaper in South and Mid-Glamorgan, at com para- tively low terms, for periods ranging from three to twelve mouths. PROPERTY TO BE LET AND FOR SALE. BARRY DOCK.—Lombard-street, Six Well-built Cotttages in two's or lot let 7s. splendid situation a -reat bargain.—Apply Edward Reea, House and Estate Agent, 32, Holton-road, Barry Doek. LOST. LOST, FOX TERRIER (Bitch Pnp), spotted on head and tail. The finder will be rewarded.— Apply 9, HoIton-roa 1, Barry Dock. MISCELLANEOUS. SECOND-HAND Silver Gent's WATCH, nearly new, only 13s. 6d. Pretty L;idy's Watch, good timekeeper, and solid silver, only 12s. 6d. Shrives, Winchcomb-street, Cheltenham. CYCLES.—Just arrived, another consignment from best Makers. Big Discounts for Cash, or on our Easy I'ay- mcnt System.—2, Holton-road. [96 CYCLES.—Repairs of all kinds executed on the premises hy C experienced workmen. Barry Furnishing Company, 2, Holton-road, Barry Dock. THE COAL STRIKE.—Manufacturers who are afraid of having their works stopped, or of making n los3 through the present high price of coal, should at once put in PERRET'S PATENT FURX ACES for boiler mill other grates, which raise steam from coke, coke breeze or dust from gasworks or coke ovens, coal dust, small anthracite, cinders, house refuse, &c. Over 600 at work. Average saving, with coal at ordinary prices. 50 per cent. Sole makers BRYAN DOXKIX and Co. (Liinitc-ii), 55A, Southwark Park-road, Bermomlsey, London. S.E. a GALVANISED CORRUGATED IRON ROOF^ ING SHEETS.—Large quantity of slightly defective sheets. 5ft.long, Is. 3d. each; 6ft. long, is. 6d. each; 7ft„ Is. lOd. each; 3ft., 2s. Id. each; 9it., 2s. 6d. each. 10ft.,3s.each., galvanised ridging, gutters, anlI down spouting. Hails, screws, washers, aud all for fixing.—Apply to BRUCE aud STILL. Cou- tractors for Iron Roofs and Buildings, 15, Norfolk-Street, Liverpool. a POTATOES.— FARMER'S. p Carriage paid to suburbs. Cash Delivery. l-'loury Magnums, 1121b., 5s. Carrots, Turnips, 9d. each 141b. Best Quality, 1121b,, 5s. 6d. Beetroot, 9d., Onions, Is. each 14 lb JAJIES FARMER, 140, Leadenhall-street. Est. 1873. a T EFT-OFF CLOTHES.-Mr. and Mrs. L. L SALMON, 76, Queen's-road, Bavswater, buy the above in large or small quantities. All country parcels and letters of appoiutment will receive the same prompt attention which they liave always made a feature of their business Old gold, silver old teeth, furniture, carpets, linen, and in fact, every kind of property purchased. P.O. remitted for parcels and boxe. sent. Ladies and gentlemen attended free of charge. Bankers reference. EstablishedlMO. a FISH, fresh and cured, direct from the largest fishing port, in the world. We deliver, carriage paid, to any address in the United Kingdom, parcels of assorted fish, fit 61b., 2s.: 91b., 2s. 6d.; 121b., 3s.—Orders and remittance to be addressed A. M. CLXY and Co., Fish Docks, Grimsby. a FISH Direct from Grimsby.—The GRIMSBY SMACKOWNERS' DIRECT EISH SUPPLY ASSOCIA- TION deliver, carriage paid, to any part of the United Kingdom, TION deliver, carriage paid, to any part of the United Kingdom, a basket of Fresh Fish on receipt of P.O. Order 2s. aad remittances to be sent to the Secretary of the Association, R. W. Williams, Fish Docks, Grimsby. No stamps. Quote paper. a NATIVES, direct from Colchester, at wholesale I market prices. 25 Native Ovsters. 3s.; 50 5s. 6d.: 100 1 Os. 6d. Orders, with remittance, to A. MASKELL, Oyster Merchant, Colchester. a PRINTING of all kinds, LETTERPRESS and LITHOGRAPHIC, done promptly at the STAR" OFFICE, VEHK-STREET, CADOXTON.—The Parccls Post affording great facilities for cheap and rapid transmission of parcels, the Management will henceforth avail themselves of it to forward small parcels of circulars, Ac., to their many country custom- ers. Orders executed by return of post when so required. PRINTING of all kinds. LETTERPRESS and LITHOGRAPHIC, done promptly at the '-STAR" OFFICE. VERE-STREET, CADOXTON.—The Parcels Post affording great facilities for cheap and transmission of parcels, the Management will henceforth avail themselves of it to forward small parcels of circulars, itc., to their many country custom- ers. Orders executed by return of post when so re- quired OYEZ OYEZ !—This is to give notice that ?«R WILLIAM MUNDAY. the original Cadoxton and District TOWN CRIER, begs to give notice that he is open to DISTRIBUTE all kinds of BILLS and do the Town Crying on the Shortest Notice. Estimates forwarded. No connection with any other "Goc1 save the Queen.' [506 SALE OF FREEHOLD LAND ADAPTED FOR BUTLDING SITES, ST. ANDREWS,! MERTHYR JOVAN, AND SULLY PARISHES, and within a. short distance of Dinas Powis and Barry Dock Stations. MESSRS. STEPHENSON AND ALEXANDER are instructed to SELL by AUCTION, at the Royal Hotel, Cardiff, on SATURDAY, May 7th, 1892, at 3.30 in the Afternoon, the following VALUABLE FREEHOLD BUILDING SITES :— ST. ANDREW'S PARISH. Lot I.-A Freehold Pasture Field, No. 469 on the Ordnance Survey for the Parish of St. Andrew's, to- gether with a small Plantation, No. 505 on the Ordnance Survey for the said parish. Lot 2.—A Freehold Pasture Field, No. 421 on the Ordnance Survey for the said parish. Lot. 3.—A Ground Rent of £ 5 per annum, secured upon lease of two small detached Freehold Residences, for a term of 999 years. Lot 4.—A freehold Pasture Field, numbered 504 on the Ordnance Survey for the said parish. Lot 5. — A portion ot the Field, Garden, and Premises, Nos. 466 and 467 on the Ordnance Survey for the said parish. There is also a Cotttage on this Lot. Lot 6.—A portion of the Fields, Rickyard. ifec., Nos. 466 and 467 on the Ordnance Survey for the said parish, being part of the Old Merch. Lot 7.—A Freehold Pasture Field, No. 724 on the Ordnance Survey for the said parish. Lot 8.—Particulars in future advertisements. MERTHYR DOVAX PARISH, NEAR BARRY DOCK. Lot 9.—A Close of Land, numbered 233 on the Ord- nance Survey for the Parish of Merthyr Do van, near Barry Dock. Lot 10.—A Close of Land, numbered 235 on the Ord- nance Hurvey for the Parish of Merthyr Dovan, near Barry Dock. SULLY PARISH. Lot 11.—A valuable Leasehold Property, known as Pengarod, having a frontage to the Sully-road, held under lease for a term of 99 years from June 1st, 1889, at a ground nnt of £10 per annum, containing la. lr. lp., or thereabouts Further particulars, together with Plans and Con- ditions lA' Sale, may b& had—ss to Lots ] to 6 inclusive upon ap.plicaiion to Messrs. Randell, Wilson, and Cay, Solicitors, Bute Docks, Cardiff; as to Lots 9 and 10 from Mr. D. E. Davies. Solicitor, Cardiff or as to the I whole of the Lots from Mr. W. Ii. D. Caple, Architect, St. John's-square, Cardifi'; or of the Auctioneers, 5, High-street, Cardiff. [500 BARRY DOCK. MR. JOHN YOUNG has been favoured with in- structions to OFFER for SALE at the BARRY HOTEL, BARRY, on WEDNESDAY, May 18th, 1892, at 2 p.m., (subject to the conditions to be then and there produced and read, and in such Lots as may HOTEL, BARRY, on WEDNESDAY, May 18th, 1892, at 2 p.m., (subject to the conditions to be then and there produced and reacl, and in such Lots as may then be decided,) the following valuable and desirable ¡ LONG LEASEHOLD BUSINESS PREMISES, VILLAS, & DWELLING- HOUSES, viz: BASSETT-STREET, BARRY DOCK. Lot 1.—All that convenient avid well-built house, shop, and premises, together with stable, loft and coach- house, situate and being No. 43, Bassett-street, having a frontage of 13ft., and 75ft. depth, containing three bedrooms, shop, parlour, kitchen, back kitchen, and usual offices. Lot 2.—Ail those new,, Dwelling Houses situate and being Nos. 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 47, 45. 43, 41, 39,37, Bassett-st., commanding a weekly rental of 7s. per week per house, each containing 3 bedrooms, parlour, back parlour, kitchen, back kitchen, and usual offices, having a frontage of about 16ft. 4in., and depth of 75ft. The above lots are held for a term of 99 years from January 1st. 1890, at the annual ground rent of 3s. per foot frontage, which will be apportioned at the time of sale. THOMPSON STREET, BARRY DOCK. Lot 3.-All those two well situate Shops and Premises, being Nos. 20 and 21"Thompson-iltreet, each having a frontage of 20ft. and depth of 115ft., held for a term of 99 years, at the anuual ground rent of £ 12, containing C bedrooms, shop, parlour, kitchen, back kitchen, and usual offices, now in the occupation of Messrs. Allen and Dulling respectively. TRAVIS-STREET. Lot. 4.—All those well-built and convenient Houses, situate and being Nos. 5, 6 and 7, Travis-street, having a frontage of 18 feet and 100 feet depth, held for a term of 99 years, at the annual ground rent of £ 3 10s. for Nos. 4, 5 and 6, and X4 for No. 7, containing 8 rooms, bath-room, w.c., hot and cold water, now let at 11. 6d. per week. THE PARADE, BARRY. Lot 5.—All those four commanding and well-built 9-roomed Villas, situated and being Nos. 7, 8, 9, and 10, The Parade, each having a frontage of 2G feet, and depth of 12o feet held for a term of 33 years, at the annual ground rent of £5 5s. for Non. 7 and 8, and £ 5. 10s. for Nos. 9 and 10, containing 5 bedrooms parlour. back parlour, kitchen, back-kitchen, and usual offices, with hot and cold water. GUTHRIE-STREET, BARRY DOCK. Lot B.-All those four convenient houses, situate and being in Guthrie-street, held for a term of 99 years, from January 1st, 1830, at the ttnnual ground rent of t2 lis. per house, containing 4 bedrooms, parlour, back-parlour, kitehsn, back-kitchen, and usual offices. HANNAH-STREET, CADOXTON. Lot 7.—All those 7 newly-built houses, situate and being Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 6. and i7, Hannah-street, off Court-road, Cadoxton, held for a term 99 years, from May 1st, 1891, at the annual ground rent of X2 per house—containing three bedrooms, parlour, kitchen, back kitchen, itc. THE MOORS, CADOXTON. Lot 8.All those three-storey dwelling-houses, situate and being in Churchill-terrace, containing five bed- rooms, parlour, back parlour, kitchen, back kitchen, bathroom, and usual offices, hot and cold water. Lot 9.—All those 3 houses, being PlotsNo. 20, 21, and 22, Park-crescent, Barry, 999 years' lease, containing three bedrooms, parlour, back parlour, kitchen, and scullery. Mortgages can remain on several of the lots. For Further Particulars as to Lots 1, 2, 5r6, 7, and 8, apply to F. P. JONES-LLOYD, Esq., Solicitor, Pembroke-chambers, Barry Dock. As to Lots 3 and 4 to Messrs. LLOYD and PRATT, Solicitors, Newport, Mon. And as to the whole to the Auctioneer, at his Offices, Barry Dock Chambers, Barry Dock. I Dated Auctioneer's Offices, Barry Dock Chambers, Barry Dock, and 7, Tredegar-olace, Newport, May 4th, 1892. 1- EDUCATIONAL. EXPERIENCED SHORTHAND WRITER (Pitman's) is JfJ open to RECEIVE FEW PUPILS. Terms moderate, but thorough instruction in the art guaranteed. Apply, "Swiftpen," care of F. J. Jones, auctioneer, Barry. [924 THE CADOXTON BOARDING AND A DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Will Re-Open on MONDAY, May 9th, at the OLD COURT. PRINCIPAL MISS SMALL. Assisted by Trained and Certificated English and Foreign Governesses, and visiting Masters. Class for Little Boys. Governess Pupil required. Private Lessons,n,veniri Music, French, and German. Terms on application. FRENCH, Spanish, Italian, German, Private Tuition, Classes, Special Classes for Commercial Correspondence and' Conversation. Candidates pre- pared for the Medical, Law, Civil Service, Excise aud Customs Examinations Scholarships through the post; Arithmetic, Book-keeping, Shorthand.—Mr. W. Haines. Public Translator, 25, Park-street, Cardiff. [830 SCHOOL ADVERTISEMENTS. — Principals oi S Private and other Schools will do well to adver- tise in the South Wales Star, which circulates very largely in the South, East, West, and Rhoridda Di- visions of Glamorganshire. Quotations for a series may be had on application to the Manager, at the Office, Vere-street, Cadoxton, Barry, or of the local representatives. EW. SMALLDRIDGE, Cert. Trinity and London • College of Music, has a FEW V'ACWCIES for the PIANOFORTE. Care taken with young beginners.—For terms, apply, 56, Castleland-street, Barry Dock. f; >64-11. j. *$r~ CERTIFIED UNDERTAKERS AND COM PLETE FUNERAL FURNISHERS. The Best and Ohev>est in the District for all Classes of Fnneiv.1 Oars, Hearse?., Shel'ibieia, MournJhg Coaches, at Mayne. Hooper A Co., | High-street, Barry; and at 30. Windsor-road I Penarth. I I FUNERALS J Completely Furnished by "jyjrRSSliS. JAMES J ONES & 00, HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCK. Every Requisite for FUNERALS supplied on themost Reasonable Terms. ALL ORDEUS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. I The only PROPRIETORS of SHELIBERES &c. in the District. PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION. 'Tis not in mortals to command success but we will do more, we will deserveit," I LLOYD AXD C0IPA.VY, The Largest Distributors of MEN'S, YOUTHS', & BOYS' CLOTHING in the District, RESPECTFULLY INVITE AN INSPECTION OF THEIR IMMENSE STOCK OF FASHIONABLE CLOTHING, Made to Measure or Ready for Immediate Wear. Men's Suits, Complete, 12/6, 14/11, 13/9, 18/3, 19/11, 21/6, 25/ 27/6, 30/ to 45/ Men's Tweed and Cashmere Trousers, 3/11, 4/11, 5/11. 6/11, 7/6, 8/6, to 15/11. Youths' Tweed Suits, 7/6, 7/11, 8/6, 811, 10/6, 12/6, 14/6, 16/6, to 30/ Boys' Eton and Rugby Suits, 6/11, 7/11, 8/6, 9/6, 10/9, 11/6, 12/6, 13/11, to 19/6. Boys' Sailor, Jersey, Brighton, and Norfolk Knicker Suits, 1/11, 2/6, 2/11, 3/6, 3/11, 4/6, 4/11, 5/11, 6/9, 7/6, to 16/6 Men's. Youths', and Boys' Underclothing of Every Description in Endless Variety, at Popular Prices. JJAT AND CAP DEPARTMENT. Includes Gentlemen's Flexible Felt Hats (Fashionable Shares), in Black, Brown, Drab, Slate, T:m, &c. at 1/6, 1/11, 2/6, 2/11, to 5/11. Men's and Boys' Fancy Tweeds, Cloth and Velvet Caps, in Most Approved Shapes, 2 £ d., 41d., 6Jd., 8id., to 3/6d. j^ECHANICS' DEPARTMENT. Is Composed of Tons of the Best and Most Reliable Mates in Cord and Mole Trousers, Cord and Mole Vests, Duck, Dungaree, Drabette, Drill, and Serge Jackets and Trousers, &c., &c. ONE TRIAL IS SUFFICIENT TO PROVE THE SUPERIORITY OF OUR C OTHING NOTE THE ADDRESS— AV4 LLOYD & COMPANY, THE LEADING CLOTHIERS AND TAILORS, MAIN-STREET, CADOXTON. HfORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE INSURANCE COMPANY. FOUNDED 1809. pi RE, LIFE ^NNUITIES. ASSETS EXCEED £ 10,000,000 STERLING. SOUTH WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE OFFICE g T jfyj A BY-STREET, CARDIFF. LOCAL DIRECTORS :— Sir W. T. LEWIS, ROBERT FORREST, Esq., JOHN GUKN, Esq., Sir J. J. JENKINS, Colonel CHARLES LYNE. MANAGER W. SOUTHWELL JONES. Agents Wanted where the Company is unrepresented. [444 I WHIT MO-NDAY. CADOXTON AND BARRY FIFTH ANNUAL SPORTS TO BE HELD ON THE CADOXTON MOORS. Tenders are invited for the following Booths :— No.1, viz.-For sale of Beer. Wine, Spirits, and other Refreshments. No. 2. viz.-For Sale of Tea, Coffee, and other Temperance drinks also eatables. Tenders to be delivered on or before Monday, May 12th. 1892, to the Hon. Sees., y MORGAN BROTHERS, 998] 10, Vere-street, Cadoxton. WHIT-MONDAY. QADOXTON AND BARRY FIFTH: ANNUAL SPORTS. QADOXTON MOORS. TENDERS are invited for the erection .of a STAND and ENCLOSURE. The Stand to be 100 feet long and 5 seats deep. The seats to be 18 inches wide, and to raise 12 inches. The Enclo- sure to be 7 yards each side of Stand, and 7 yards in front. A rail to be fixed along back and sides of Stand. Contractor to take back all materials used. Tenders to be delivered not later than Thursday, May 12th, to the Hon. Sees., MORGAN BROS., 10, Vere-street, Cadoxton. BARRY AND CADOXTON WHIT- MONDAY SPORTS. BAND required for the above Sports, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Price and particulars to Hon. Sees., MORGAN BROS., 10, Vere-street, Cadoxton. CADOXTON MOORS, WHIT-MONDAY, JUNE 6TH, 1802. CADOXTON & BARRY SPORTS. FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING. OVER £ 100 IN PRIZES. HORSE RACES. 1.—2 Miles Open Trotting Handicap—First prize, jGlO: 2nd, £ 4: 3rd. £ 1 entrance fee, 10s. 2.—1-J Mile Open Galloping Handicap, any 2 height—First prize, £ 7; 2nd, £2; 3rd, £ 1 entrance fee, 7s. 6d. 3.—Mile Open Galloping Handicap for Horses 14 hands and under-First prize, £ 7; 2nd, £ 2; 3rd, jel entrance fee, 7s. 6d. 4.—2 Miles Local Trotting Handicap-First prize, £ 8 2nd, £ 5 3rd, £ 2 entrance fee, 10s. A Piece of Plate, value £ 7 7s., added. FOOT RACES. 5.—120 Yards Open Handicap—First prize, £ 10 2nd, £ 3 3rd. £ 1 entrance fee. 2s. 6d. G.—120 Yards Local Handicap—First prize, £ 3 2nd, £ 1 3rd, 10s. entrance fee, Is. 7.—120 Yards Hurdles Handicap-First prize, £ 4 2nd. £ 2 3rd, JE1 entrance fee, Is. 6d. 8.—120 Yards Boys'Handicap, under 14 years— First prize, jEl 2nd, 10s.; 3rd, 5s. entrance fee. 6d. 9.—440 Yards Open Handicap- First prize, £5; 2nd, £ 2 3rd, £1 entrance fee, 2s. 10.—One Mile Open Handicap—First prize, d&S 2nd, P-2 3rd, £ 1 entrance fee, 2s. 11.—Consolation Race-First prize, C- I 2nd, 5s. Horse Races are confined to mares and geldings. A Brass Band will be in attendance. Refreshments on the ground. Admission (id. Grand Stand and Enclosure Is. extra. Trains run every half hour from Cardiff to Cadoxton. Sports to commence punctually at One o'clock. Entries close Wednes- day, June 1st. Thursday morning's post in time. For entry forms and further particulars apply MORGAN BROS., Hon. Sees., 10, Vere-street, Cadoxton, Barry Dock. BAD TIMES.—Timid business men get frightened out of incurring a trifle of expense for advertising, and the enterprising man, by keeping himself before the public, reap the benefit. TO CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are hereby invited for ROAD and DRAINAGE WORKS on land at rear of Maesycwm Wood, Barry Dock, for the Barry Dock Town Syndicate, Limited. Plans and Specification can be inspected, and Bills of Quantities obtained at our Offices, Queen's Chambers, Cardiff. Tenders to be sent to us not later than SATURDAY, he 7th day of May. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. SEWARD & THOMAS, Surveyors. M ARKET HALL, CADOXTON, BARRY. A GRAND EISTEDDFOD Will be held at the above place ON WHIT-MONDAY, JUNE 6, 1892 (MAbON'S DAY). CONDUCTOR LLEURWG. ADJUDICATOR .MR. DYFED LEWIS, R.A.M. CHIEF CHORAL COMPETITION to Choirs not less than 82 in number. OH, FATHER, WHOSE ALMIGHTY POWER" {/latulrl). Prize, £ 25 £ 2 2s. to the successful conductor, and £ 1 Is. to all unsuccessful conductors. MALE VOICE COMPETITION, "CWSG" (Owilynt. (riomt), Prize CIO., Also prizes for Bass, Tenor. Soprano, and Con- tralto Solos Duet, Tenor and Bass Pianoforte Solo, Shorthand, Writing, and Literary Subject. Programmes will be ready on February 16th, and can be obtained, by including postage, ljd., from Hon. Sec., E. LLEURWG MORGAN, 10. Windsor-road Barry. A GRAND CONCERT will be held in the even. ing, when a number of leading Artistes will take part. BRISTOL CHANNEL PASSENGER SERVICE (LIMITED). DAILY SERVICE between CARDIFF and WESTON by by the Saloon Steamer LADY MARGARET. LEAVE CAHDIFF. I LEAVK WESTON. FRI., May 6—12.10, 2.30, 4.30 FRI., May 6—1.15, 3.30, 5.45 p.m. j).m. SAT., May 7 — 12 30, 3.0 5.0 SAT., May 7 — 1.30, 4.0. 6.45 p.m. MON., May 8—8.15 a.m., 2.45, MON., May 9 — 1.40, 4.0. 2.0 5.10 p.m. p.m. TUES.,MaylO—7.20 a.m., 2.45, TIJES., May 10 — 8.20 a.m., 5.15 p.m. 4.0, 8.0 p.m. WED., May 11 — 8.0 a.m., 3.30, WED., May 11—9.0 a.m., 4.30, 5.15 p.m. 4.0, 8.0 p.m. WED., May 11-8.0 a.m., 3.30, WED., May 11—9.0 a.m., 4.30, 5.40 p.m. I 8.0 P.1 1. THURS., May 12-8.0, 10.0 THURS., May 12 9.0 a.m., a.m., 5.15 p.m. 3.20, 8.0 p.m. THURS., May 12—8.0, 10.0 THURS., May 12 — 9.0 a.m., а.m., 5.15 p.m. 3.20, 8.0 p.m. FRI., May 13—8.15, 10.20 a.m., FRI., May 13—9.15 a.m.. 4.0, б.30 p.m. 8.0 p.m. For full particulars lire Bills. EDWARD ROBERTSON & CO.. Agents, 105, Bute Docks, Cardiff. £ IOURT J!°AD' JJA.RRY JJOCK. OPENING OF THE NEW SCHOOL CHAPEL. On MONDAY, the 9th of MAY, 1892, THE RIGHT REV. J. C. HEDLEY, D.D., O.S.B., assisted by THE VERY REV. MGR. WILLIAMS And the leading Clergy of the District, WILL SOLEMNLY OPEN rTHE NEW SCHOOL CHAPEL. Preach, and Celebrate PONTIFICAL MASS N.B.—The Clerg-y are requested to bring a Cassock, Surplice, and Biretta. Divine Service will commence at 11 a.m. Admission—Front Sea.ts, Is. Second Seats, 6d. The best Train for Visitors from Cardiff is that leaving the G. W. Station at 9.54 a.m., and arrives at Cadoxton at 10.18 a.m., where, if the weather be favourable, it is proposed to form a vrocession to meet the Bishop. A Public Luncheon, at which the Bishop will preside, will be held at the Witchill Hotel, Barry I Road, Cadoxton, at 1 p.m. Tickets, 2s. 6d. [140 ALSOP, BROADMEAD, BRISTOL. '"C b=- I TT. a* 4 I g -= men <:D 8 coo c:> Barry Agent: Mrs. C. frraen, Beer Dealer. P-A PALE ALES, 11 tJ 13RrSTOL.. IX 4\ GALLON CASKS FROM 10D. PER GALLON. PORTER AND STOUT FROM Is. PER GALLON. CARDIFF STORES: 9. WORKING-STREET NEWPORT STORES: COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS. CHEPSTOW STORES: BEAUFORT-SQUARE uadoxton Agents: South. Wales Provision Stores. JACOBUS, QELEBRATED J^ONDON rpAILOR, 96, ST. MARY STREET, 96, CAR D IFF. [405 THE PALACE OF VARIETIES, CARDIFF. Two Complete Performances Nightly. Early one 7 o'clock to 9, late one 9 o'clock to 11. ALL ARTISTES APPEAR AT EACH PERFORMANCE, OSWALD STOLL, THE GENERAL FURNISHING COMPANY 104, QUEEN-STREET, AND 48, CLIFTON-STREET, CARDIFF. Known as the Cheapest and Best House Furnishers in the Country. A TRIAL ONLY SOLICITED. A LARGE and Varied STOCK to select from CHAIRS, TABLES, CHEFFIONIERS SIDE-BOARDS, BOOK-CASES, HARMONIUMS, AMERICAN ORGANS, and PIANOS, and every Household Requisite. HIRE BUSINESS CARRIED ON AS USUAL. OLDEST-ESTABLISHED FURNISHING BUSINESS IN CARDIFF. NOTICE. 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The Hour for LUNCHEON after the Opening of the New School Chapel, Court Road, Barry Dock, on Monday, 9th May, is Changed from 1.30 to 1.0 p.m.