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TRAPNELL AND GANE, 35 and 38, Queen Street, CARDIFF. The Oldest, Largest, Cheapest, and Most Reliable House Furnishers in Wales. SPECIAL SHOWROOMS, NOW COMPLETED, Are well stocked with every requisite, and, notwithstanding the recent enormous advance in raw materials, T. & G., through having placed large forward contracts, are able to offer goods in every department A T OLD PRICES, which cannot be beaten, therefore, those requiring either to furnish a house, or to purchase a single article, should not do so before seeing our immense stock for themselves. DINING ROOM SUITES, 24 10s to £25. DRAWING ROOM SUITES, R,5 10s to £32. BEDROOM SUITES, from zC6 5s to R,55, in all sizes and all woods ENDLESS VARIETY OF CHAIRS, TABLES, COUCHES, GLASSES. BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. A Splendid Full-sized BEDSTEAD, with Brass Rail complete, for 218. FENDERS AND FIRE-IRONS AT ALL PRICES. Warehouse and SJwiorooms for CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, RUGS, ŒC., 38, QUEEN STREET, CARDIFF, AND AT BRISTOL AND NEWPORT. TRAPNELL AND GANE. CLOTHING, CHEAPEST AND BEST, MADE TO MEASURE OR READY FOR IMMEDIATE WEAR. BEST VARIETY ~IN THE DISTRICT IN t Men's, Youths', and Boys' Suits, Trousers, Hats, Caps, Hosiery, Ties, Umbrellas, Gloves, Football Clothing, &c., &c. BESPOKE TAILORING Is now Replete with a Choice Selection of the NEWEST CLOTHS in West of England, frSly WORSTEDS, OVERCOATINGS, <fcc., <fcc. 25s., 30s., 358., to 60s. TROUSERS, 'n. 6d., lOs, 6d., 128. 6d., to 211'1. tNt tJSN BEST FIT AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. LLOYD & Company, 't,- 'Ir" iWV £ w W»Ci The Cadoxton and Bairy Dock Clothiers, 72, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCK. j 25, MAIN STREET, C A D O X T 0 N. Fulton, Dunlop & Co., WINE, SPIRIT, ALE & PORTER ptCipTS, Duke-street, CARDIFF Windsor-road, PEN ART fl ,r Wind-street, SWANSEA. .I. ;t" IMPORTERS AND BONDERS OF WINES AND SPIRITS. Shippers of the Leading Brands of Champagne, including HEIDSIECK'S, BOLLINGER'S, IRROYIS, &c., &c. Holders of a. Stock of Magnificent OLD BRANDIES, comprising Vintages of 1820, 1835, 1850, 1858, 1865, and others. Sole Agents for Cardiff and District for DUNCAN GILMOUE and CO.'s HOP BITTER BEER (Non-Alcoholic). GENERAL PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION. s:ë' '=' Q;) c:> 0 '=' 0 QIJ t= -== ..= c:> u g BM LATEST IMPROVEMENTS. ESTIMATES HllM. » Måkefl Boots and Harness T\ *T '110' waterproof as a duck's back, I 9 t\ I J 1 and soft as velvet. Adds three times to the wear nnd allows poli^hinjr. 17 GOLD MEDAL Exhibition Highest Awards. Tins 2d, 6d, 1/, and 2/6, of T\1 TTT5T3T Bootmakers, Ironmou \J u j^ers, Saddlers, Sw. /^tOOPEIl'S THROAT A Nt) CHEST BALSAM, —Insciint Relief from Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, <ko. In Bottles Is. each. W. R. HOPKINS, M.P.S., Family and dispensing Chemist, Barry r 4S0 J ¡- -m_ I THE FINEST AND BEST SELECTION or WEDDING, KEEPER, AND ENGAGEMENT RINGS, ALSO JEWELLERY, CLOCKS, & PLATE, Of all Kinds at H. B. CROUCH'S, 16, St. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF See Window Betoro .ruicmsingElsewhere.
SUMMARY OF THE ACCOUNTS OF…
SUMMARY OF THE ACCOUNTS OF THE BARRY & CADOXTON LOCAL BOARD, FOR THE YEAR ENDING 25 th March, 1893, Which Accounts were Audited by G. H. Brett, Esq., District Auditor, on the 2nd day of April, 1894, and Certified by him to be Correct. RECEIPTS. EXPENDITURE. £ 8. d. & s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. General District Rate 10,289 12 6 GENERAL DISTRICT Privatelmprovements 8,688 13 9 RATE:— Street Works and Sewerage Works 152 11 5 House Drainage 995 12 Q £ Street Improvements —————— 9,684 5 9 1 (other than Main MOIETY OF SALARIES FROM Roads) 345 0 4 CouxTY COUNCIL:— RepairsofotherRoads 2,047 14 0 Medical Officer of Scavenging 607 18 8 Health 65 9 6 Public Lighting 1,713 10 10 Inspector of Slaughter House 497 4 5 Nuisances 92 12 6 Public Libraries 380 0 0 ————— 158 2 0 Infectious Diseases Dinas Powis High- Hospital 23 2 8 way Board, for Local Board Dep6t. 10 0 5 Maintenance of Private Improvement, Highway 97 10 0 Street Works, and Slaughter House 25 17 0 House Drainage 5,168 5 6 Licenses 10 16 6 Election Expenses. 71 13 6 Fees, Fines, and Salaries. 1,757 3 1 Penalties 5 0 0 Establishment Charges ,905 2 41 Interest on Private Repayments of Loans:- Improvements 103 17 61 Principal Repaid. 999 14 7 Sewerage 25 0 0 Interest 1,191 14 1 Porthkerry Park 100 0 0 —————— 2,191 8 8 Steam Road Roller. 146 10 0 Cholera Precautions 229 11 IOJ, Burial Board 20 15 0 > Dividing District into Rents 2 0 0 Wards 1 14 6 Barry Road 5 0 0 Parliamentary Ex- ————— !¥4 15 Ol penses 11 12 0 LOANS:— Disinfecting 30 17 6 For Sewerage Works 3,100 0 0 Local Board Enquiry 3 5 9 „ Private Improve- .Notification of In- ment Works 6,911 0 0 fectiousDiseases. 43 12 6 Barry Road Im- Disinfecting Appara- provement 1,280 0 0 tus 14 210 Holton and Wes- Steam Road Roller. 112 1 7 ton Roads 3.241 0 0 Food and Drugs Act 6 7 0 „ Court Road 756 0 0 Analysing of Water 20 12 7 „ Street Crossings 400 0 0 Compensation 6 10 0 „ Park Crescent 1,112 0 0" ————— 480 8 11, „ Places of Worship 450 0 0 LOANS „ Beggar's Well Sewerage 747 15 9 Road 3,542 0 0 Holton Road 2,229 8 2 20,792 0 0 Court Road 527 12 3 Balance in Hand at Park Crescent 377 8 6 commencement of Beggar's Well Road 3 0 0 year, as per Finan- Cannon Street 2 6 6 cial Statement to Barry Road 140 2 9 25th March, 1892 213 19 51 Barry 4c Court Road 122 16 5 Balance due to other Street Crossings 329 16 4 Officers. 0 5 2 Private Improvement Worka 4,294 13 6 Water Pillars 5 5 0 Tree Guards 247 210 -v- Lighting 35 13 2 Stand Pipes 176 8 0 ■» s Lamp Posts 14313 9 r '5 Gas and Water 326 14 Ii ( — 9,709 17 0* <' Total Balance Over- drawn at Gom- ,-i ineneement of year, as per Financial • Statement to 25th March, 1892 13,064 6 8 v Balances in Hand of "l i' ■■■■&* l other Officers 2,555 2 3 '1; (' 'J:?. .-v.- 'i. £41,6&0 9 111 £41,680 9 11* Published in pursuance of Section 247, Sufc-secfcion 10, of the Pablic Health Act, 1875. J. ARTHUR HUGHES, Local Boefttl foffio*, < iM.Oo Clerk. Vere-streg^, Cadoxton, 29th March, 1394.
"VTOTICE OF T>EMOVAL, > • .*•, *r7&\ *j J. Esmonds, LATE OF .THE HOLTON BAZAAR, BEGS tn .Inform the Public that «he has REMOVED to THE BAZAAR, 50, Thompson-street, Barry Dock. Thanking the Inhabitants of the Surrounding District for their kind Support during the past; Four Years, and hopes, by striqt; attention to business, tQ have a Continuance of their Favours. Please Note. t.h« Address— THE BAZAAR, 50. THOMPSON-STREET, BARRY DOCK. Agent for P. and P. CAMPBELL, the Perth Dye Works; and IULGISTKY OFFICE FOR SERVANTS. l BARRY (UD.) SCHOOL BOAED.. APPOINTMENT OF CARETAKER. CADOXTON SCHOOL. WANTED by theBoard a CARETAKER for the INFANTS' DEPARTJIENT of the above School. Wages, 12s, per week. The Regulations to Caretakers" (according to which the work must be done) can be obtained from the undersigned. Preference will be given to respectable widows. Applications, stating age, present employment, &c., together with testimonials, must reach me not later than FRIDAY, 20th inst. W. H. LEWIS, Clerk. School Board Offices, Ilolton-road. Barry Dock, ¡' April 4th, 1894. PUBLIC NOTICE. EXTENSION OF TIME. BARRY DISTRICT TRADES' AND LABOUR COUNCIL. NURSING ASSOCIATION AND COTTAGE HOSPITAL COLLECTION. >V THE Committee of the above Council will sit at i- the VICTORIA HOTEL. BARRY DOCK. on SATURDAY next, APKIL 7th. 1894. from 6 to 8 p.m., for the purpose of RECEIVING the COLLECTING BOOKS AND BOXES in aid of the above Funds. The Committee are desirous of Closing the Collection, and ask that Books and Boxes be returned on the above date. Signed on behalf of the above Council, W. P. CLARK, Secretary. 16, Regent-street, Barry Dock. Gepne Garden and Flower SEEDS. H. J. OWEN, CHEMIST, ':1; I VERE Sf. CADOXTON-BARRY. 1, JACOBUS, QELEBRATED J^ONDON rpAILOR, 96 ST. MARY STRnT;96 Q ARDIFP, [156 ..í I" BARRY AND CADOXTON LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. A PUBLIC MEETING In connection with the above will be held on WEDNESDAY NEXT, APRIL 11TH, AT THE BIBLE CHRISTIAN CHAPKL, COURT-ROAD BARRY DOCK, WHEN THE REV. JOHN MATTHEWS, (SWANSEA), WILL DELIVER A LECTURE ON "Church Defence Cobwebs." BENJAMIN LEWIS, ESQ., WILL PRESIDE. The Meeting will Commence at 7.45. p.m. R. G. RUSSELL. SEC. "BARRY DOCK NEWS," Friday, April 6, 1894. ¡
BARRY AND THE QUESTION OF…
BARRY AND THE QUESTION OF A SEPARATE POOR LAW UNION. LIKE a giant refreshed with wine, the question of the establishment of a sepa- rate Poor Law Union for the Barry district and adjoining parishes has been revived with increased energy and vigour. Notice was given by Alderman Meggitt to bring under the notice of the Local Board, at its last meeting, the question of the desirability of forming a separate Poor Law Union for the Barry district, and Mr Meggitt, in doing so, explained that the Local Government Committee of the County Council, with the view of putting into operation in November next the provisions of the Parish Councils Act, were considering a scheme for the re- arrangement of Poor Law Unions in the County, and in order to bring the claims of the Barry district prominently before the county authorities, Mr Meggitt urged hat a committee be appointed to prepare facts and figures to lay before that body. Mr Meggitt' likewise introduced a sugges- tion for increased representation in the Barry district. It is a singular fact that the parishes of Barry, Cadoxton, and Merthyr Dovan, with a population of about 15,000, have only the samelnumber of guardians as they had years ago when the population was scarcely bfilf that number. The ratable value of th.6 district also has advanced three or four-fold, so that the claims set forth both for a separate Union and for increased repre- sentation are justified to the utmost' possible degree. Mr J. Jewel Williams, one of the guardians of Cadoxton parish, in seconding Mr Meggitt's; motion, advanced additional arguments of a powerful character in support of the movement. If, Mr Williams stated, the ratepayers of the Barry district two years ago contributed an enormous sum per annum towards the Union fund more than they received in return, the same argument could at present be made use of more forcibly than ever, for at least six- pence-halfpenny in every shilling was paid by way of poor rate for which no return whatever was received. Our readers will fully concur with Mr Williams that the Cardiff Union, as at present constituted, is altogether an un- wieldy institution, and the sooner the county parishes are separated from those of the town the better for the interests of all. We believe Mr William Thomas was right when he stated, in the course of the discussion, that the movement for the formation of a separate Union at Barry will receive little or no opposition at the hands of the town guardians, and a golden opportunity is, therefore, now afforded the public of Barry and the surrounding I districts, to take advantage of the present interposition of County Council, and aid the Local Government Committee in for- mulating a scheme for the establishment of the Barry Poor Law Union, which will unquestionably prove more economical arid efficient in operation than has been the case under existing arrangements. This week we simply" open the ball." In future issues we will deal more ex- haustively with the question, jind we invite correspondents to interest them- selves in the movement, and avail them- selves of the medium which our columns afford to promote one of the most impor- tant schemes which, from a local govern- ing point of view, has ever affected Barry. <0. v' ■■ '.>' ,'4 «V K-' i HOW THE CARDIFF CORPORATION MAY MONOPOLISE BARRY. THE proverbial "sour fruit''still make their appearance in the attitude of opposition continually taken up by the Corporation of Cardiff towards Barry interests. What the Cardiff Council really require is to monopolise the staple industry of Barry and make Barry to all intents and purposes a handmaid to Car- diff. This the Corporation are now endeav- ouring to accomplish by means of the pro- posed formation of a Harbour Trust for the entire district. Mr Archibald Hood has stated the Barry directors are willing to assist any scheme that has for its object the uniting of interests calculated to aid in the development of the trade and port, whereby the antagonism of the past would be abolished, provided the interests of the Barry shareholders were safeguarded. It is pointed out by the Cardiff Corporation that difficulties might arise if Cardiff were asked to pledge the rates of Cardiff for property at Barry, but the committee appointed in the matter suggest that the borough be extended to take in Barry, together with a portion of the land lying between the two places, which land would carry with it the fore- shore. The Barry directors may offer no serious objection to this proposal, but the Local Board have yet to be taken into confidence, and before any legislative powers can be obtained by the promoters of the scheme, the local authority at Barry will fully satisfy itself that the public interests of Barry shall not be interfered with.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NOTES
LOCAL AND GENERAL NOTES Now that the Barry Local Board have in SHOULD SEWER MEN their employ constant SMOKE WHILE AT handa engaged upon WORK. sewer-work, it would, perhaps, be well if consideration were given to an idea which is gaining popularity in I different populous parts of the country. It is that the men be allowed to have an occasional "whiff' while so employed. The Bermondsey vestry have just issued instructions to their surveyors to permit men to smoke whilst employed on sewer-work and similar jobs where the surrounding air is not of the freshest. On the Continent, workmen generally "blow a cloud" whenever they think fit, and would doubtless think prohibition a hardship yet Britons have to be content with a chew of the cudat most. The Local Board have at last been suc- A SITE SECURED FOR cessful in obtaining land BARRY PERMANENT for the erection of per- PUBLIC OFFICES. manent public offices for the district. The posi- tion of the property, so far as the populative area is concerned, is un- questionably central, lying at a convenient distance off the main road at Barry Dock, and easily accessible from all points. Another argument in favour of the transaction is the fact that the rental, commencing at £ 20 a year, finds its maximum at the moderate figure of jE60 a year. The site is an acre in extent, and will be utilised for a public library as well as public offices. It is not intended to undertake the work of erection at once, the object of the Boar<? being to secure land before the oppor- tunity, passed out of their hands, and to con- struct the proposed buildings when they felt- justified by circumstances. One of the most in fluential organs of the PENARTir ESPLANADE Press of the Principality AND THE has taken up the case HAWKING NUISANCE, of the freedom of the Esplanade at Penarth for visitors on holiday occasions especially, and has denounced the practice on the part of hawkers making use of the same to the inconvenience of the public. The Western Mail of Tuesday stated :—There was a. case heard at Penarth Police Court yesterday which had far more public interest than petty sessional issues usually have. It was the prose- cution of a man for hawking on Penarth Esplanade in contravention of the Local Board bye-laws. If there were only one such offender at Penarth on bright and sunny days nobody would complain, but when their number and the persistency of their attentions become in- tolerable the nuisance they create must be sup- pressed with a strong hand. f The report pub- I lished in the Barry BARRY SCHOOL BOARD Dock News last. AND THE week of the pro- ROMAN CATHOLIC SCHOOL, ceedings of a pri- I V vate meeting of the Barry U.D School Board, held a few days previously, to again consider the question of an application made to the Education Department for the recognition of the Roman Catholic School at Barry Dock as a public elementary school, has aroused a considerable amount of interest, and even dissatisfaction, in the district. There seems to be a growing feeling that the Roman Catholic authorities are being harshly dealt with in the matter. It will be admitted, even by the School Board, that the Roman Catholic School was built as a bona fide public elementary school at a time when school accommodation in the Barry district was very deficient indeed, and it is maintained that a great hardship is being thrust upon the school now through the action of the local education authorities in regard to with-holding therefrom the neces- sary qualification entitling it to an annual Governmental grant. When the matter was first brought before the public about two years ago, local feeling was passive, even indifferent but now, seeing that the school continuedto be maintained, oid that efficiently so far as cir- cumstances permit, there is manifestly a grow- ing desire that the case of the Roman Catholic School managers should be heard fairly and impartially. It is felt that, whereas in Cardiff no opposition is offered to applications made to the Education Department for the classifying of denominational schools in the category of public elemetary schools, it seems hard to deal arbitrarily with an institution at Barry which was brought into existence, as we have stated, at a time when the rapidly-growing population of the district so greatly needed adequate school accommodation. The question will be raised at the next meeting of the Barry Trades* Council, wheh the conduct of the Labour member will be taken into account on the matter and we learn that steps are being1 taken to convene a ratepayers' meeting to fully consider the question.
BARRY AND THE OPHTHALMIA CASES.
BARRY AND THE OPHTHALMIA CASES. DR. TREHARNE TAKES ALDERMAN JACOBS TO TASK. AND GIVES HIM A LESSON IN ELEMENTARY PATHOLOGY. To the Editor of the BARRY DOCK NEW. DEAR SIR,—I have read a report of certain remarks made by Alderman Jacobs at a meeting of the Cardiff Guardians last Saturday, with reference to the proposal to send a number of ophthalmia. cases to Barry. I was interviewed on the subject by a local pressman, and, as member of the local board, health committee, and school board at Barry, I was naturally greatly concerned. at the attempt alleged to have been made to so seriously jeopardise the public health of the district. I, therefore, felt it1 my duty to protest against the intentions of the guardians unless proper provision were made to isolate the cases. This, judging from the endeavour to secure premises in the centre of population, it was evident they did not intend doing, and I consider the local Press has been the means of doing genuine public service for Barry by its timely and active interference in the matter. I am accused by Alderman Jacobs of having declared ophthalmia to be an infectious disease. I am quite willing to be fairly criticised, but I must object to my opinion being wilfully misconstrued. What I said was that ophthalmia is a contagious disease, and if Alderman Jacoba possesses even an. elementary knowledge of pathology he will, of Ily course, readily concur with me.—Yours, fee., EDWARD TREHARNE. Cadoxton, April 5, 1894.
MR. J. H. WILSON, M.P., AND…
MR. J. H. WILSON, M.P., AND THE BARRY BILLS. We understand that Mr J. Havelock Wilson, M.P., the president of the National Amalgamated Sailors' and Firemen's Union intends giving evi- dence in favour of the Bills promoted in Parlia- ment this year by the Barry Dock and Railway Company.