I LOCAL & DISTRICT NEWS CADOXTON-BARRY. For all kinds of Stationery and Fancy Note Papers go to L. NEWMAN'S, Bookseller and Stationer, 104, Holton-road, Barry Dock. Go TO HAROLD L. LINDSEY'S NEW HAIRDRESS- IWG SALOON for a Clean, Comfortable, Easy Shave. Has been opened in DQck View-road (opposite the Shipping Offices). Barry Dock. AUDIT OF THE LOCAL BOARD'S ACCOUNTS.—Mr G. H. Brett. the public auditor of the South Wales district, audited the accounts of the Barry and Cadoxton Local Board this week. NEW LOCAL BUSINESS OPENED.—Miss Alice Major, of Cardiff, has opened business in stationery. Fancy Toys, Sweets, and all kinds of Tobaccos, also as Newsagent, at 70. Main-street. Cat* oxton-Biirry. BARRY DOCK. For Fashionable Haircutting go to L. NEWMAN'S Hairdressiug Rooms, 104, Holton-road, Barry Dock. Go TO HAROLD L. LINDSEY'S NEW HAIRDRESS- ING SALOON for a Clean. Comfortable, Easy Shave. Opened in Dock View-road (opposite the Shipping Offices), Barry Dock. BIBLE CHRISTIAN MISSIONS.—Special services in connection with the home and foreign missions will be held on Sunday next at the Bible Christian Chapel. Court-road. Barry Dock. On Tuesday evening, the annual missionary meeting will be held nt the same place. Alderman R. Cory, J.P., -Cardiff, will preside. Y, ROMAN CATHOLIC MISSION SERVICES.—Special mission sermons will be preached at the Roman Catholic Church. Court-road, Barry Dock, every evening- from Sunday next to Sunday week (inclusive), except Saturday, the preacher being the Rev Father D'Hulst. POPULAR TEAS AT POPULAR PRICES, to suit the tastes of everyone, may now be obtained at T. G. Tibbetts', Ceylon House, Holton-road. Splendid Value. Is 4d a Really Magnificent Tea, Is 8d, honestly worth 2s. Tibbetts' Danish Butter is Grand. Note the Address :-T. G. TIBBETTS, The Grocer. Ceylon House, Holton-road. Barry Dock. PRESENTATION TO THE REV FATHER HYLAND. -After Divine service on Sunday week last, the Rev Father Ryland, the late respected pastor of the Roman Catholic Church, Barry Dock. was pre- sented with a purse of gold as a token of the high esteem and great regard entertained for the rev. by the Church and friends in the district. BENEFIT SMOKING- CONCERT. — On Monday evening last a successful smoking concert was held at the Independent Workman's Club and Institute, Holton-road. Barry Dock. in aid of the widow of and five children of the late Mr W. T. Morgan,, coal trimmer, of Lombard street, Barry Dock. who was a member of the institute. There was a good attendance of members, Mr W. Mitchell being voted to the chair, and in the course of a short address, the chairman spoke in sympathetic terms of the praiseworthy qualities of the departed brother, with whom he had worked for a considerable time. During the evening a very entertaining programme was gone through the following taking part:—Messrs Houselander, Sainsbury. T. Harvey. Harry Abrahams, W. Mitchell. Roberts. Gorman, &c. The president of the Institute, in the course of an address, stated that a benefit society had been started in connec- tion with the institution. Mr Francis, of Cadox- ton, was the accompanist. The company broke up by singing God save the Queen." BAST BARRY. For all kinds of Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes, Pouches Ac., go to L. NEWMAN'S, Stationer and Tobac- conist, 104, Holton-road, Barry Dock. THE QUOIT CLUB.—The annual meeting of the above club. for election of officers. &c.. will be held at the Barry Hotel this evening (Friday) at eight o'clock. Go TO HAROLD L. LINDSEY'S NEW HAIRDRESS- IWG SALOON for a Clean, Comfortable. Easy Shave. Opened in Dock View-road (opposite the Shipping Offices), Barry Dock. BARRY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH (ENGLISH).— On Sunday next, Mr 0. LI. Morris, of Brecon Memorial College, will preach Morning and Evening it 11 and 6.30. All seats free. Hymn books provided.-Adrt. "PUBLIC OPINION."—An address on "Public opinion'' was read on 'Friday evening last by the Rev J. Price, of St. Paul's Church, Barry, under the au3pices of the Young Men's Bible Class. The discourse of the rev. gentleman were listened to with much interest, and' remarks followed from Captain Whall and Rev J. Du Heaume. DINAS POWIS. CARDIFF. CALL AT THE OLD DOLPHIN, Church-street, Cardiff, for Soup, Hot or Cold Luncheons, Wines, Ac., of the best quality. COGAN. QWI) MUSICAL EVENING.—A grand musical evening in cODllectionwith the Methodist Free Ohurch Mission will boWheld on Thursday evening next, the 15th inst.. when the choir will be sup- ported by the following artistes :—Madame Louie Rees, Miss Morfydd Williams. Mr R. W. Evans, apd Mr J. F. Proud. t A m PENARTH. P* STANWELL-ROAD ENGLISH BAPTIST CHAPEL.— On Monday evening lasfcalecture was delivered at the above place of worshijron Carey, the Con- verted Cobbler," by the Rev J. W. Matthews, • Cadoxton. The Rev J. O. Stalberg, pastor, pre- sided, and there was a good attendance, consider- ? ing the unpropitious state of the weather. ST. ATHAN. GBAND CONCERT.—A grand concert came off at the Wesleyan Chapel, St Athan, on Tuesday even- ing, the 27th ult., the great feature being the appearance of two members of the Royal Welsh Ladies' Choir, Miss Gertie Drinkwater and Miss A. Williams. Mr Andrews, Llantwit-Major, pre- sided, and the local choir, ably conducted by Mr Edwards, Aberthaw. acquitted themselves in a creditable manner. Both the Welsh Ladies" were in fine form, and were vociferously applauded for their excellent singing. The Misses Alice and Elizabeth Hopkins, St Athan, sang with excellent teste M^ Com J. Yorwerth, Cowbridge, recited Asleep at the switch," and The stowaway." with much elocutionary taste Rev J. B. Llewellyn. Mr R. W. Evans. and Mr T. Evans, the male soloists, did the work allotted to them with credit: Miss Edwards, Aberthaw. and Mr Tom • Evans. Llandaff, proved efficient accompanists. The National Anthem was sung at the close. It was generally conceded that this was the best concert ever given in St Athan, and those who were privileged to be present will not soon forget it.
$OF A, CATHOLIC PRIEST /— jPO^MERLY OF PENARTH. Bristo^ was'for many years one of the clergy at SL £ #Peter's Catholic Church, Cardiff, and sub- sequently he was stationed at Penarth. Father Clarke sAved tkrough the Crimean War, and was first chaplain to the Marquess of Bute. He was I
THE PRUDENTIAL ASSURANCE COMPANY. A magnificent treatment appears in the Com mrrrinl World of the first instant of the highly prosperous affairs of the Prudential Assurance Co., the Annnal Statement of which appears in our advertising columns this week. There is no standing still, it is pointed out, in the affairs of this perfectly organised institution. In good seasons and in bad, the company equally prospers, and its ever-active representatives annually gather in a harvest which places it further and further in advance of all other British life offices. \The management of the Prudential i goes on adding to the financial strength of the company, and thereby ensures its permanence and stability for all time. The Ordinary branch continues to exhibit extraordinary growth. In the past year, 54,558 policies were issued, assuring the sum £ 5.627.065, and producing a new annual income of £ 304,928. It will seen, therefore, that that the Prudential is increasing its Ordinary policyholders at the rate of more than l.ODO each week. The enduring character of the business may be gathered from the next item in the report which sets out that the premiums received in the Ordinary branch during the year were £ 1,854.370, being an ipcrease of £ 188,759 over the* year 1^92. No better testimony than this could be adduced as to the high quality of the business on the books. Interest and rents brought £231,713 into the account, and with £ 72,668 consideration for aunuities granted, raised the total income of the branch to £ 2,158.751. This last figure is particularly important. It means that, resarded purely as an Ordinary office, the Prudential now possesses an income almost double that of any other British life office. Claims aris- ing by the deaths of 3,397 policyholders, and 154 endowments matured, absorbed £ 478,564 the amount paid to policyholders being further inereas- el by £52,990 cash bonuses. Surrenders were granted to the amount of £53.177, and annuitants took £59,566. After providing for expenses of management and commission at the extremely moderate rate of 10 per cent., and writing £ 1,000 off the cost of buildings, the funds of the Ordinary branch were increased by £1,301,018 to £8,001,707. It may be noted here as an interesting fact that the funds of this branch have been more than doubled in five years. In 1893, the premium collections of the Induslrial branch were barely short of four millions sterling. The exact figures were £ 3.971,863, this amount showing an increase of £ 122.700 over the premiums of the preceding year. The premiums in this branch during the past year averaged more than £ 76.000 per week while on the policies actually in force at the present time, numbering 10,476.393, the premiums receivable are £ 80,094 per week. Truly may the com- panyclaim to bea^V«f ional institution. Theaverage duration of each industrial policy now in force is seven-and-a-quarter years, this most satisfactory condition of affairs showing that the undoubted advantages offered by the company are becoming increasingly appreciated by its immense con- stituency. That generous feature of the company's operations, whereby policyholders of five years' standing, who so desire, can discontinue paying their premiums, and are granted a free policy, has again been largely availed of, no less than 55,764 such policies having been granted during the year. There are now 338,272 of these policies in force. The claims of the year amounted to £ 1.662.768, by 185.103 deaths and 1.276 endowments matured. During each and every working day of the year 1893 this one company received on the average nearly 600 death-notices, and settled the claims made upon it with regard thereto. It is a great work, and one that deserves the cordial support of every thinking man in the kingdom. The exceptional rate at which this great company has added to its financial resources during the past ten years may be gathered from the fact that while at the end of 1883 the total funds, exclusive of shareholders' capital, were £ 3,626.649, at the end of 1893, the total funds, again exoluding capital, amounted to £ 17,900,540, no less than £2,125,588 having been added in the last twelve months. This is a striking example of the axiom, NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCEESS."
VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE. 11TH COMPANY. 2ND GLAMORGAN ARTIL- LERY VOLUNTEERS. COMPANY ORDERS.—For the week commencing 12th March, 1894 :-Monday,. March 12th-Gun and Recruit Drill. Wednesday, March 14th—Gun and Recruit Drill. Friday, March 16th-Gun and Recruit Drill. Hours of Drills-7.30 to 8.30 p,m. By Order, (Signed) J JUST HANDCOCK, Capt., Commanding 11th Company, 2nd G.V.A., Barry Dock. SEVERN VOLUNTEER DIVISION—ROYAL ENGINEERS. Honorary Colonel, Major-General H. H. Lee, R.E. Battalion Orders by Major A. Thorniey, Command- ing. For week ending March 17 :— Btrills as under— 1 Wednesday 1 Submarine Mining, Friday J 7'30 P-m" Detail of duty— Orderly Officer-Lieut. W. H. D. Caple. Vacancies for a few recruits. Applicants can apply any drill night. By order, (signed) W. GIDDY, Lieut., C.B., R.E., Acting-Adjutant.
SUPERINTENDENT WAKE AND THE PENARTH MAGISTRATES. Mr John Duncan, sitting at Penarth Police Court on Monday last, inquired when Mr Superintendent Wake's resignation would take effect, and on being informed that Mr Wake would probably attend another sitting of the court, the formal leave-taking was deferred for a week.
ASK F04 Hughes's BloodPills EXAMINE carefully every Box and be SURE that you are not deceived. SEE that t Trade Mark (shape of a Heart) is on eachBox, and any other Pills offered you as a substitute are an IMITATION AND A FRAUD and not GENUINE, and do not contain the same virtues as HUGHES'S BLOOD PILLS. BEWARE of some unprincipled men who stoop so ™" low attempting imposition by passing worthless Pills for the Genuine. This j WARNING is due to the Public for their protection that they may secure the GENUINE Pills, and shun the shops where deception is ASK FOR HTJG-HES'S BLOOD PILLS. With the Shape of a Heart on each Box. TAKE NO OTHER. The Genuine Bad Blood Hughes's Blood curvy ad Blood Pills" are the Ocurvy only reliable Re- Skin Rash medy for Bad TTeadache kin Rash Blood, Skin Di- JLLeadache sease. Scurvy, Torpid Liver Headache, Ner- Tndigestion orpid Liver vousness, Indi- J_ndigestion gestion, Consti- Nervousness pation, Sluggish T) heumatism ervousness Liver, Kidney XTLheumatism Disease. Moat Biliousness Efficacious in TT'idney Disease iliousness Female Com- _l\_idney Disease plaints in Young and Old. e0 THEY CURE WHEN EVERYTHING ELSE FAILS. WITHOUT DELAY Get a Box of "Hughes's Blood Pills" with the shape of a Heart on. Take no other. Sold at Is. lid., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d.; by post, Is. 3d., 2s. lid. 4s. 9d. from Maker, JACOB HDGHES, Manufacturing Chemist, PENARTH. JACOBUS, CELEBRATED L OND. ONI. TAILOR, 96, ST. MARY STREET, 96 CAR D IFF. [156 FOR FIRST-CLASS FUNERAL FURNISHERS & UNDERTAKERS, GO to MESSRS. JAMES JONES AND CO., the ONLY COMPLETE FCTNERAL FURNISHERS AND UNDERTAKERS IN THE DISTRICT being also the Only Proprietors of Hearses Shellebiers, and Mourning -Coaches in the district. THEY DEFY COMPETITION. Please compare Price Lists, and kindly Note the Address- JAMES JONES AND CO., FUNERAL DIRECTORS, HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCK. P.S.-The Largest Stock of Wreaths, Crosses, Tablets, Shades, &c., in South Wales. PRICES MODERATE.
Births, Carriages, Deaths. BIRTHS. BAKER.-On the 1st instant, at 18, Station-street, Barry Dock, the wife of Mr George Baker, of a son. MORGAN.—On the 24th ultimo, at Aelybryn, Cadox- ton, the wife of Mr T. H. Morgan, of a son. WAITE.—On the 5th instant, at 71, Castleland-street, Barry Dock, the wife of Mr Charles Waite, of a daughter. WEAVER.—On the 6th instant, at 16, Evans-street, Barry Dock, the wife of Mr William Weaver, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. ADEY—EDMUNDS.—On the 1st inst., at St Augus- tine's Church, Penarth, by the Rev W. Sweet- Escott, rector of the- parish, Mr Francis Pinney Adey to Miss Mary Edmunds. NELMES—THOMAS.—On the 24th ult., at the Baptist Chapel, Monmouth, by the pastor, Mr William G. Nelmes, builder, of Berry Hill, brother to Mr J. R. Nelmes, overseer, Barry Dock Newt Office, to Miss Emma Thomas, of Lane End, both of Coieford, Glos. SAWYER—CUTTS.—On the 27th ultimo, at St. Paul's Church, Tavistock, South Devon, Mr Alfred A. Sawyer, traffic foreman, Barry Railway, to Miss Edith Cutts, of Tavistock. DEATHS. BEER.-On the 26th ult., at Bonvilstone, Mr John Beer, retired master mariner, aged 76 years. DAVIES.—On the 2nd inst., at 26, Queen-street, Barry, Sarah Ann, daughter of Mr John Davies, dock gateman, aged five Says. DAVIES.—On the 4th instant, at Gwyn-y-coed, Neath. after a brief illness, Miss Davies, sister of Dr D: Llewellyn Davies, mayor of Neath, and Mr B. G. Davies, solicitor, Cadoxton-Barry, aged 40 years. EDGELEY.—On the 28th ultimo, at the Barry Dock Hotel, Barry Dock, Mr Joseph Edgeley, marine engineer, aged 58 years. JONES.-On the 28th ult., at Carmarthen, Mr David Jones, engine-driver, and brother-in-law to Mr T. Thomas, compositor, Barry Dock News Offices, Cadoxton-Barry, aged 27 years.—The funeral was attended by the manager and members of the different staffs of the company by whom deceased was employed, and a number of handsome wreaths were sent by relatives and friends. MAY.—On the 1st instant, at the Barry Graving Dock. Barry Dock, Mr James May, labourer, aged 27 years. NIBLETT.-On the 6th instant, at 46, Lombard-street, Barry Dock, Gwendoline, daughter of Mr G. Niblett, boilermaker, aged one year. PHILPOTT.-On the 5th inst., at 34, Windsor-road, Penarth (of croup), Gladie, youngest daughter of Mr George T. Philpott, aged 3! years. TURNER.—On the 1st inst., at Twynyrodyn, Wenvoe, Mr George Turner, greengrocer, aged 27 years. I Small Prepaid Advertisements. Mitotic its Daxattt "J ANTED, a strong Person as GENERAL ▼ T SERVANT for Boarding House.—Apply MRS. EDMONDS, Registry Office, Holton-road, Barry Dock. PAINTERS.—Wanted a Good Plain BRUSH HAND.—Apply PAUL and SON, Thompson- street, Barry Dock. LIVERPOOL VICTORIA LEGAL FRIENDLY SOCIETY. Established 1843. The Best Society of its kind in the United Kingdom. WANTED CANVASSERS and COLLECTORS. Interest in Books allowed. Good Character in- dispensable.-Apply A. C. KIRK, District Manager, 1, St. John's-square, Cardiff. flARETAKER REQUIRED for BARRY CON- VJ GREGATIONAL CHURCH. Salary 7s per week, inclusive of extras.-Apply M," Barry Dock News. Cadoxton-Barry. SHARP YOUTH WANTED as an APPRENTICE. Also YOUNG LADY for Fancy Counter.— Apply D. L. EVANS, Draper, Holton-road, Barry Dock. WANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT.—Apply W., 6. Charles-place, Barry, ANTED. an EXPERIENCED GENERAL WANTED, an EXPERIENCED GENERAL f SERVANT, able to Cook. Also HOUSE- MAID and GIRL (14).-Apply MRS EDMONDS, Registry Office, Holton-road, Barry Dock. rilO HAIR DRESSERS.—Wanted immediately a J- RESPECTABLE BOY to Learn the above age 15 or If!.—Apply SEiDEMAX. Hair Dresser and Chiropodist, Thompson-street, Barry Dock. Stgoits « CoIUcrt) jtquisites. THE BUTE WORKS SUPPLY COMPANY CARDIFF. Telephone: No. 45 (Post Office and National). Telegrams Gething, Cardiff. WAGONS.—New to Latest Regulations, 50 with one end, two side and two bottom doors, wheels with wrought bosses, large capacity (12in. longer and 4in. deeper than usual), ready for lettering. Fifty to Hundred End Tip 10-ton Coal Wagons .to New Regulations, equal to new, prompt delivery. LOCOMOTIVES-One good Second-hand Saddle Tank Loco, six wheels coupled, ready forinstant work, and cheap for cash, or three years' purchase-lease. 14in. Cylinders, by A vonside Engine Company, now at Cardiff. RAILS.—Bridge, 14 to 120 Flange. 1 to 100 ( pounds per Double Head, 30 to 82.. f yard. Bull Head, 50 to 96 .J SLEEPERS.—Wood, Iron, and Steel. A quantity of Metre Gauge Steel Sleepers for sale, cheap. PORTABLE RAILWAY.—.Ell per 100 Yards of Railway (Steel Rails and Iron Sleepers) complete. INGOT MOULDS.-About 164 tons, cheap to clear. Sizes on application. gjouseB, £1t., 1I;tt TO LET, AELYBRYN, Cadoxton Common- Nine Rooms, Hot and Cold Water Supply; all! Conveniences.-Apply MORGAN BROS., Vere- street, Cadoxton-Barry. TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS TO LET to Christian People 2s per week.—12, BROOK- STREET, Barry Dock. BARRY.—TO BE LET, FURNISHED HOUSE, B well situated; Two Sitting-rooms, Three Bedrooms, Dressing-room, Bathroom (hot and cold water), Kitchen and Offices very conve- nient.-W., Barry Doelt Ncidh, Cadoxton-Barry. -#- TO LET, CWMCIDDY COTTAGE. Three Rooms, Three Quarters Acre Garden and Orchard; 16s per month clear. —"RICHARD LOUGHER, Cwmciddy, near Barry. OIX-ROOMED HOUSE AND GARDEN TO LET O in Bridge-street (facing Common), Cadoxton. Newly Painted and Papered.-Apply SPICKETT, Hatch House, Cadoxton. UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS TO LET. U Front Bedroom, Middle Kitchen, and Oven Grate 3s. 6d. per week.—10, BROMFIELD-PLACE, Penarth. rpO LET. No. 1G, Baglan-place, Pentre, Rhondda. X Good position, suit chemist, grocer, &c.— Apply MRS JAMES, 16, Llantrissant-road, Ponty- pridd. COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS for One or C Two Gentlemen. Every Attendance and use of Bath.-For Terms apply 7, Robert-Street, Barry Dock. TO LET, A LOCK-UP SHOP in THOMPSON, STREET, BARRY DOCK Rent, 10s. per week- —Apply Office," Barry Dock Neivs, Barry Dock COLCOT ARMS TO LET, NEAR BARRY, Blacksmith's Shop, Stable, Large Garden, Eight Years' Lease.—APPLY ON THE PREMISES. TO LET.—Houses, Shops, and Warehouses, to Let, or for Sale. Great Bargains. Apply S. LEWIS, Builder, Barry Dock. HOUSE and SHOP TO LET, in the best part of High-street, Barry, containing Six Bed- rooms, Sitting Room, Kitchen, Shop and Large Cellar. Rent, 10s per week clear.-Apply F. SMALL, Builder, Romilly-road, Barry. SMALL WAREHOUSE in the VICINITY OF BARRY DOCK WANTED, to Store Petroleum, Firebricks, etc.—Apply, R. W. JAMES & Co., 153, Bute-road, Cardiff. W. GILL and Co., AUCTIONEERS, Valuers, and Hotel Brokers begs to inform their numerous customers that they have some hundreds of Hotels and Public- houses for Sale below are a few. "lyjEAR Aberdare.—Two good Free Double-licensed li Houses to Let; long lease.—W. Gill, 119, St Mary-street, Cardiff. CARDIFF.-Grand Free Double-licensed House C to Let; centre of town taking £4;) weekly j immediate possession.-W. Gill, above address. CENTRE of Cardiff.-Exceptional Opportunity. C Handsomely fitted Corner Double-licensed House 13 years' lease.—W. Gill, above address. BEERHOUSE, centre of Cardiff, to Let; fortune B for good man £ 35 weekly long lease.-W Gill, above address. NEAR Maesteg.—Free Double-licensed House to li Let: 28 years' lease greatest bargain ever oSered.—W. Gill, above address. ARDIFF DOCKS.-Nice Corner Double-licensed C Public-house nine years' lease only £ 600 part purchase money remain.-Gill, above address. CARDIFF.—One of best Double-licensed Houses C ever offered taking a great deal over £100 per week handsomely-fitted, with every accom- modation tied for beers.-Gill, above address. O K K A Will Take One of the most Handsomely- .X/'rt/U fitted Country Double-licensed Houses near Cardiff; good lease.-Gill, above address. [502 Jlpiirtmcitts (Lilitnicb. PENARTH. — GENTLEMAN WANTS COM. -L FORTABLE LODGINGS, or Share Apart- ments with another Separate Bedroom Use of Piano neighbourhood Windsor-road: Terms about 6s. Address "PERMANENCY," Dursley House, Windsor-road, Penarth. WANTED, by Two Respectable YOUNG MEN DOUBLE-BEDDED ROOM and Comfortable Apartments in Barry Dock.-Apply, with particulars, to S.P.. Barry IJock Netcx,. Cadoxton-Barry. ,ffternep. PHIL PHILLIPS, Pawnbroker, Wholesale Jeweller, 24, St. Mary-street, Cardiff, ad- vances Money on Plate, Diamonds, &c., at a Low Rate of Interest. MONEY TO LEND to Farmers, Tradesmen, and -Hi. others, Town or Country, at 41 per cent. per 2 annum, in sums from £50 to £ 1,000, upon personal security for a term of years to suit the Borrower also upon Mortgage at 3 per cent.-MR WOOD, 56,- Tasman-road, Stockwell, S.W., London. $istdhtnct1us. IJENKIN LEWIS, HEREBY GIVE NOTICE } that I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE from this date for any DEBT or DEBTS contracted by my Wife, JANE LEWIS.-Signed, J. LEWIS, 5, Graving Dock-street, Barry Dock, March 7, 1894. Witness, WILLIAM DAVIES. BARGAINS IN CYCLES. — Northern X, Humber, Referee, Triumph, Reform, San- spariel, Condor, Merit, and all leading makers for Cash or Deferred Payments. Diamond Frame Cushion Tyres, Z 5 10s.; Pneumatic Tyres, Z- 7 15s.; Youths' Cushion, zL4 15s., guaranteed. Second- hand Northern X, Cushion Tyres, £ 5; Rudge solid, £ 3.—S. B. DAVIES, Cycle Agent, Weston, Hill, Cadoxton-Barry. FOR SALE, JUNO SAFETY BICYCLE (Balls throughout), in good condition. No reason- able offer refused. Apply at 23, Quarella-street, Cadoxton-Barry. SACKS and BAGS, about 100, FOR SALE, good. 0 condition Bags, 2d. Sacks, 4d. each.- CUTTER, Grocer, Cadoxton-Barry. HEAVY and LIGHT HAULING done on the Jl shortest notice.-Apply H. PRINCE, No. 15, Greenwood-street, Barry Dock. BARRY MALE VOICE PARTY are NOW OPEN for ENGAGEMENTS, CONCERTS, &c.— Terms to be had of T. GRIFFITHS, 11, Regent- street, Barry Dock. E, ATHERS FOR SALE.—Excellently purified J:.1 Poultry Feathers ready for Bedding, 7Jd. per pound. Delivered free to any address in Gla- morgan.-Apply MATTHEWS, 6, Stockland-street, (Three Minutes' walk from Grangetown Railway Station), Cardiff. MRS HARVEY, 21, Richard-street, Barry M Dock. Experienced Certificated Monthly Nurse. TNDIGESTION.—Lady has Genuine Receipt for -L Cure of this Distressing Complaint, costs 4d. to make seat free Is.—Address"Box" 10db, Advocate Office, Belfast. LEFT OFF CLOTHES Bought and Sold by Mrs BENJAMIN MORGANS, 2, Evans-street, Barry Dock. (Two doors from the Victoria. Hotel.) MR ALLEN PEARCE, HERNIA SPECIALIST, 4, Qharles-street, Cardiff. Hours, 10 to 6. For many years Fitter of SurgieaUApplianeed to the Bristol Thfirmary, Bristol and Clifton Unions, Stapleton Lunatic Asylum, &c. CHAFF-CUTTERS, Turnip-cutters, Pulpera, J Engines, Mills, Horse-gears, Sheep-racks, Cattle-cribs, Ploughs, Horse-hoes, Harrows, Rollers, Drill", Cheese-presses, &c., Carts, Traps, Trollies, and every Agricultural Requisite.—JNO < HIBBERT & SONS, 10 and 11, Castle-street, Cardiff. GLASS SHADES and STANDS, all sizes, cheap, for clocks, statuettes, &c.—J. GORDING, Naturalist and Taxidermist, 42, Royal Arcade, Cardiff. LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S and all kinds of LEF T-OFF CLOTHIIsG bought in town or country, distance no object, by MR. and MRS. S. L. GREEN, Dumfries House, 32, Caroline-street, Cardiff. Escablished 40 years.-Orders promptly attended to. BARNETT'S, 80, HOLTON ROAD, THE NOTEI> CHEAP HOUSE for Men's and Boy's Suits, Trousers, Coats and Vests, Ready-made and to Measure. Genuine Second-hand Working Clothes. Large Stock of Sheets, Quilts, Blankets, Bed Ticks, &c., to be Sold Cheap.-Note Address, 80, HOLTON- ROAD. 2S" 1 1 D.—Large-sized Twill Sheets cannot be 2 JL-L equalled at 3s 6d elsewhere don't miss this opportunity.—BARNETT'S, Holton-road, Barry Dock. 3 7S. 1 "1 D—Massive Solid Silver Gent's Albert, 1 -LA stamped on every link; cost 15s; pay- ments taken.—BARNETT'S, 80, Holton-road, Barry Dock. 3 28. 1 1 D.—175 Men's Large-size Working Shirts 2 _L_L (Wool) usual price, 3s lid reduced in order to clear cheap.—BARNETT'S, Holton-road. OS. -< D.—Men's White Moleskin Trousers, lined, 0 _L_L all sizes, wfdl finished splendid value for your money. Clothiers' price, 4s lid.—BARNETT'S. Holton-road. tA Superior-finished Black Worsted Men's Suits, t)" 18s lid, all sizes nicely bound, in splendid condition. Come early.—BARNETT'S, Holton-road. ,^AA Pairs of Men's Wool Socks. Usual price, 8Jd fJUU per pair. Quite new.—BARNETT'S, 80, Holton-road. Bkd. Genuine Bargains. IS- | D.—Barnett have a Large Stock of Men's Flannel Drawers, any size which are usually sold at 2s. 6d. per pair. 2S. D.—50 Solid Silver Seals, stamped good -LI as new cost 5s, 6d. also a few at 2s. 3d. each.—BARNETT'S, Holton-road. 1 /I* D.—Pair of Handsome Field and Marine -It-' V' Glasses in good leather case. No worse than new. Cost 50s—BARNETT'S, Holton-road. OS- 1 1 D.—Half-Dozen Best Finished Dessert „-L-L Knives (rivetted handles). Made by noted Sheffield firm. Cheap.—BARNETT'S, 80, Holton-road. DON'T forget Barnett's take weekly and monthly payments on any article in the shop. No extra charge.—BARNETT'S, 80, Holton-road. Arms, Legs, Eyes, Supports, Belts, Crutches, Trusses, Leg Irons, Stockings, MADE AND FITTED BY PEARCE & COMPANY, 14, STATION TERRACE, CARDIFF (Opposite Taff Vale Railway Station). Printed and Published for tie "Barry Dock Newspaper and Printing Company, Limited," by JOHN R»WLAWD LLKWMLLYX. at Vttrc. street, Cadoxtea, Friday, March, 9, 1884.
£ JAST WEEK'S TRAFFIC RECEIPTS W ON THE BARRY RAILWAY. On the Barry Railway during the past week the traStf receipts were:—Coaching. £ 342 goods, £ 2^3 minerals. £ 3,742 dock dues, See.. £ 3.800 tot4 £ 8,120. Corresponding week of last year :— Coaohing., .£271; goods, £ 130 minerals, £ 2,844 dqpu dues, &c., £ 3,122 total, dec,367 increase,
HOLTON LAND AND BUILDING COMPANY, BARRY DOCK. The London Gazette of Tuesday last states that at an extraordinary general meeting of the Holton Land and Building Company (Limited) recently held at Cardiff, it was resolved that the company be wound up voluntarily. Mr J. A. Hughes, solicitor, Cadoxton. was appointed liquidator for the purposes of winding up.
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DINAS POWIS HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. MR. D. T. ALEXANDER MAKES AN EXPLANATION. A meeting of the committee of the Dinas Powis Horticultural Society was held on Tuesday even- ing last, Mr J. Isaac, Elm Grove, in the chair, and amongst those present were the Rev Canon Edwards, Messrs D. T. Alexander, R. T. Duncan, J. B. Mockford (secre- tary), R. Harry, G. H. Taylor (Barry Dock), T. Greatrex (Courtyrala), J. Portsmouth, H. Wright, W. Pugsley, Noah Jenkins, H. A. Naldrett (Eastbrook), W. Mogg, E. Lewis, John Greatrex, J. Parry, W. Miller, J. Randall, &c. The Secretary submitted a list of special prizes he had been successful in obtaining, several being secured from the Barry district. It was also reported that; neither Lord Windsor nor Miss Rous would be able to open the show. A feeling having arisen that the Dinas Powis society had fixed the date of their show to clash with that of the Cogan show, Mr D. T. Alexander said he felt that the misrepresentations which had been made by the Cogan society with reference to Dinas Powis required to be at once refuted. In the first place, they at Cogan had endeavoured to re- present that the Dinas Powis committee had been acting directly in opposition to them, and that the Dinas Powis committee had persistently fixed the date of their show upon the same day on which Cogan intended to hold theirs, and that nothing that had been brought forward by the latter society could induce Dinas Powis to alter their arrangements. He (Mr Alexander) desired to give these statements a most emphatic contradiction. (Hear, hear.) The general meeting of the Dinas Powis Society m's held on February 7th, when a letter was read from the secretary of the Cogan society pointing out that their show would be held on the Wednesday following the Cardiff show, and asking the Dinas Powis society not to fix that day for theirs. A re- presentative from Cogan was present at that meet- ing, and with the object of avoiding anything like a collusion he was asked if he eould tell the date fixed for holding the Cardiff show, but he could not do so. It was then decided that Dinas Powis show be fixed for the 22nd of August. Mr Brown, the representative from Cogan referred to, went back to a meeting of the Cogan society, and repre- sented to the committee that there was every dis- position on the part of Dinas Powis to hold their show on the same day as the Cogan show, and that he (Mr Alexander) was the leader of the opposition." (Laughter.) This was followed by a communication to the Press to the effect that Dinas Powis was acting in the most high-handed manner, that they were doing the best they could to interfere with the Cogan show, and to prevent the show being held at all. He (Mr Alexander) said this was entirely wrong. If the Cogan people had stated the date of their show, Dinas Powis would have fixed its show a week before or after, but, in the absence of this, they had fixed their day for the 22nd of August. On the motion of Mr Alexander, seconded by Mr R. T. Duncan, the tender of the Barry Dock Neu-a for printing the schedules of prizes, See., was unanimously accepted.
A BARRY LADEN SHIP IN DANGER. Intelligence of the stranding of the Barry laden ship, Vanduara, off Breaksea Point was received at Barry Dock on Thursday last, and a later telegram intimated that towards evening-she was draggin-, her two anchors and drifting fast towards the rugged shore, where she was likely to become a wreck. The Vanduara is a fine four-masted barque, the managing owners being Messrs J. D. Clink A: Co., of Greenock, the local agents being Messrs T. G. Duncan and Co.. shipbrokers, of Barry Dock. Her tonnage is 1.916 net, and she was built in 1882, being now bound to Port Pirie, Australia, with a cargo of coals from Barry. AGAIN IN TROUBLE. The Vanduara went ashore off Barry Island, between Cold Knap and the Barry Dock entrarfce, on Monday night last. On Monday she sailed frpm the roads in tow of a. tug, but the wind wa% so strofig she had to anchor, in the xoads, land wnen again taken in tow by the tng in thejincreasell sale, and despite the efforts of the tug, she drifted ashore high and dry, sustaining severe damage and necessitating being discharged for repairs. CHARGE OF UNDERMANNING. It is alleged by the officers of the Sailors and Firemen's Union at Barry that the Vanduara was considerably undermanned, the crew being, Mr J. Harrison, the local secretary, states, seven hands less than during her last voyage, The matter is considered so serious that Mr Harrison has placed himself in communication with Mr J. H. Wilson, M.P., the president of the Seamen's Union, with a view of having the facts laid before the Board of Trade.
ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL- ■ ISM AT BARRY DOCK. We understand that the English Congregational- ists at Barry have purchased the chapel now occupied by the Welsh Independents at Barry Dock, and which has accommodation for three hundred persons. It is intended to utilise this building for English Congregational services at Barry Dock, and with this object in view a pre- liminary meeting was held on Tuesday evening last. Captain Murrell presided, and amongst those present were Messrs H. R. Paul, W. Gale, M. Sandrey, T. Higman, J. E. Rees, H. Paul (jun.), J. Miles, J. Hayes, and others. Arrangements were made for calling together all friends in the Barry Dock district who may be interested in this move- ment, and it was decided that the openings services should take place as soon as possession of the building could be obtained, when the present con- gregation will remove to the handsome stone building now being erected in Holton-road.
LATE FOOTBALL. DINAS POWIS v. COUNTY POLICE. Match played on Wednesday afternoon, at Dinas Powis, a good game being witnessed. Result- County Police, one goal, two tries, and two minors; Dinas Powis, two minors. The try-getters were David Thomas and David Evans, the former convert- ing. Mr C. Kirby, Penarth, was the referee.
THE RECENT TERRIBLE FATALITY AT BARRY DOCK. The funeral of Mr James May, the young man who was killed in such a horrible manner at Barry Commercial Graving Dock, last week, was buried on Wednesday afternoon last at St. Augustine's Churchyard, Penarth, the officiating clergyman being the Rev E. S. Roberts, B.A. Deceased, who was only 27 years of age, was a member of the Barry Dock branch of the Labourers' Union, and several of the members attended. He was also organ blower at St. Mary's Church. Holton-road, the members of the choir sending a handsome floral wreath.
RAILWAY ACCIDENT AT CADOXTON-BARRY. An accident occured on the Barry Railway near Cadoxton Railway Station on Wednesday morning last, an engine running off the line, causing some iamage, in addition to blocking the way for some bime.