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a FRED. MORGAN & COMPY., KIPE, TENT, FLAG, AND SUN BLIND MAKERS. OUR OWN PATENT IMPROVED ACTION SPRING ROLLERS. MILL LANE, CARDIFF. Telegraphic Address-" TARPAULINS, CARDIFF." TTHVT INSURANCE OFFICE U J^L (FIRE). FOUNDED 1710. Sum insured in 1892 £391,800,000 For all particulars apply to Mr. B. G. DA VIES, Agent at Cadoxfcon. A RMS. LEGS, EYBS, SUPPORTS, BELTS r\ CRUTCHES TRUSSES, LEG IRONS, ^GKINGSVSADEA«D fitted by ALLEN PEARCE 4, CHARLES STREET late 13, THE PARADE, CARDIFF. ONE\-BÖ-X-Or-ClARKE-'SB 41 PillS <to. 6d. by all Chemists and Patent MedicineI Vendors throughout the World, or sent to a&y address sixty ■tamos by the Makers., TUB LI* OOMT AJTO MrntAOT CouwriM •Si 1 FREKE'S Photographic & Fine Art Studios, 12 DUKE-STREET. CARDIFF. MR ALFRED FREKE, is producing specially fine PLATINOTYPE PHOTOGRAPHS which are absolutely Permanent and very Artistic. The best assortment of Views of Town and Neighbourhood are to be had at his Studios. AU kinds of Re-gilding, Frame Making, Mounb Cutting, &e., done on the premises by experienced workmen. FREKE'S, 12, Duke-Street, Cardiff. KEEP WALKING AND WEAR MOLINEUX & Co/s BOOTS. THIS SEASON Eclipses anything presented at Barry Dock for Variety, Style, and Quality. THE LARGEST STOCK IN THE DISTRICT TO SELECT FROM, And every pair the best value that can be produced. MOLINEUX & CO., The Barry Dock Boot Manufacturers, 92, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCK, AND 95, Glebe-street, Penarth. FRED. CHAPPELL, I WINE, SPIRIT, ALE, & PORTER MERCHANT, Thompson St., Barry Dock, AGENT FOR THE ANGLO-BAVARIAN ALES, IN CASK AND BOTTLE. Roath Brewery Co.'s Ales <& Stouts, IN 4$. 9, 13, 36, AND 54 GALLON CASKS, 2 FROM 10D. GALLON. BOTTLED ALES AND STOUTS. PRICES ON APPLICATION. -I Barry's Hotel and Restaurant, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. I ——— —— TABLE D'HOTE DINNER! Served Daily in Coffee-room from 12 to 4. Soup, Fish, Entrees, Joint, Poultry, Sweets, Cheese, 2s. In Commercial Room, Is 9d Dessert, 6d extra. T. EVANS, SHOEING AND GENERAL SMITH (NiCXT TO THREE BELLS INN,) CADOXTON-BARRY. Orders of all kinds punctually attended to OLDEST ESTABLISHED. r THE BARRY DISTRICT BILLPOSTING CO., LIMITED, RENTS ALL THE BEST POSITIONS, HAS ALL THE BEST HOARDINGS, And more than Treble the Space of all others combined. THE ONLY BILLPOSTERS Recognised by the BILLPOSTERS' ASSOCIATION. Handbills Carefully Delivered. OFFICES: 57, VERE STREET, CADOXTON. T. C. THOMAS, SECRETARY. Penarth and District Billposting Company, OFFICE: 15, WINDSOR-ROAD, PENARTH. BILLPOSTING DONE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. HANDBILL & CIRCULAR DISTRIBUTING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. MANAGER :— G. FRANKLIN. Remember last Winter. Thousands will remember that the only remedy which would five relief to their Cough or Cold was Thomasso's Perfect' LUNG HEALER. Waste no money trying other so-called cures this winter, but prepare yourselves with THOMASSO'S PERFECT LUNG HEALER -8 remedy which is admitted by thoussnds to be the only genuine cure for COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, BRONCHIAL AFFECTIONS, AND ALL CHEST COMPLAINTS. One Dose Relieves. A Cure Certain. Thousands of Testimonials. Price L/L £ d per bottle, of all Chemists. Be sure you get the genuine with the name Thomasso's thereon. Refuse all substitutes. If there is any difficulty in obtaining this remedy send the amount in stamps to the addresa below. REMEMBER LAST WINTER when you had that attack of Rheumatism. Thousands can testify to the efficacy of THOMASSO'S "PERFECT" OIL. If you ask your friends they will tell you that this wonderful Oil gives INSTANT RELIEF. It is acknowledged by all who use it to be the most perfect of all outward applications for Rheumatism, Gout, Sciatica, Neuralgia, Head- ache, Sprains, Bruises, and all Pains. Price I/li per bottle of Chemists, or post free from address below. Refuse all spurious substitutes, and insist on having Thomasso's, which is put up in square bottles and bear a yellow label. Each person sending direct will receive free my new book on the cure of Rheumatism, &c. THOMASSO'S MAGIC FEMALE PILLS Remove Obstruction from any cause. Correct all Irregularities. Never Fail. These Pills are not made from Steel, Pennyroyal, Bitter Apple, or any such useless or injurious drugs, but from drugs far more efficacious. Be sure you get the genuine, with GREEN Label, or you will be disappointed. Of Chemists at Is L £ D and 2s 9d, or post free Is 3d or 3s. L. THOMASSO, WESTMINSTER BRIDGE-ROAD, LONDON. For Pleasant Hours by your own Fireside, pay a visit the OLD CARDIFF BOOK STORES, 12, QUEEN-STREET ARCADE, CARDIFF, B. GREY, Proprietor. Where you can obtain every description of Good and Useful Book«, by the best Authors, in all classes of Literature. Over Ten Tons to select from. A Large Assort nent of Novels and Cheap Music. The Cheapest Book Shop in Cardiff, 12, Queen- street Arcade (Working-street Entrance). Established over 25 Years. N B.—Parcels of Books, Music, &c., Bought or Exchanged. DYERS AND CLEANERS OF HATS, BONNETS, OSTRICH FEATHERS, Ladies' Dress and Gents' Clothing. ORCHARD'S, 35, ADAM STREET, CARDIFF. Hats and Bonnets altered or re-ciade. New Hats and Bonnets made to Order. EDUCATIONAL. KENDRICK HOUSE, VICTORIA ROAD, PENARTH, (Close to Railway Station). BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES Pupils Prepared for Local Examinft'rtons. PRINCIPALS THE MISSES WALLIS. Prospectus and terms on application. The Court School for Girls, CADOXTON-BARRY. PRINCIPAL Miss SMALL. ASSISTED by an Efficient Staff of Trained and J-jL Certificated English and Foreign Governesses. Pupils prepared for the Local Examinations. A Class for Little Boys. Next Term commences January 22nd. Prospectus on application. BARRY SCHOOL FOR G IRLS. and PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR BOYS, 8, Windsor-road, Barry. PRINCIPAL Miss BURBIDGE Prospectus on application. Next Term Commences April 16th, 1894. MEDICAL. MECHSLER'S COLD CURE also stops or Cure Headaches, Hay Fever, and Influenza. Thankfully acknowledged by Mr. Gladstone and Lord Salisbury. Fiee Sample and Pamphlet, three atempe; or Remedy, f Is. 2 £ d. THE WOLSEY Co., 273, STRAND, LONDON, W.C. Proprietors of the CATABAOT QURE without operation, pain, or painting the eyes. Therefore danger averted. Pamphlet three stamps; or Remedy, 3s.; post free. II.- tBMMMMMJMBt <J<hMMMN V THE EMPIRE 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 EAOil PERFORMANCE. OSWALD STOLL.c^ ",r' MENEL- DO YOU. ENJOY PERFECT HEALTH? If not, try CONSIDER THIS. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS, THE VEGETABLE TONIC. Contains a. fall dose of Quinine, and a suitable quantity of the active principles of the following well-known medicinal herbs :—Sarsaparilla, Gen- tian. Burdock, Saffron, Lavender, and Dandelion, combined in most happy proportions, and concen- trated in a pure state. Recommended for It gives INDIGESTION, STRENGTH TO THE NERVOUSNESS. WEAK, LIVER DISORDERS. HEALTH TO THE SICK, CHEST AFFECTIONS, I and IMPURITIES I ENJOYMENT IN LIFE OF THE BLOOD, TO ALL. FEMALE PRAISED BY COMPLAINTS, EVERYBODY, and every kind of IT NEVER DIS- WEAKNESS. APPOINTS. Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters Enjoys the Approval of the Medical Profession and Leading Chemists. If you suspect that your health is beginning to fail, brace up your nerves and fortify your con- stitution by taking Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters, THE PERFECTION OF MEDICINAL PREPARATIONS. For nearly twenty years before the public, and increasing in popular estimation daily. It is strongly recommended to THE OLD AND YOUNG, THE RICH AND POOR, WOMEN AND CHILDREN, AND ALL FEEBLE AND DELICATE PERSONS. TESTIMONIAL. Garth. Llangollen, March 3rd, 1893. Gentlemen.—Some time ago I had a severe attack of Neuralgia, but was NEURALGIA. soon relieved and effectually cured NEURALGIA. by using GWILYM EVANS' QUININE NEURALGIA. BITTERS, and shall have great plea- sure in recommending it to all my acquaintances. Yours faithfully, E. CREIGFRYN EDWARDS. Hundreds of letters testifying to their wondrous efficacy are received yearly. Send for Pamphlet of Testimonials. GWILYM EVANS' BITTERS GWILYM EVANS' BITTERS THE BEST REMEDY OF THE AGE. CAUTION. Above all see that you get the right article, with the name 'GWILYJI EVANS oft Stamp, Label, and Bottle, without which none is genuine. Refuse all imita- tions, and insist upon having NOTHING BUT GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. Price, 2s 9d double size, 4s 6d. Sold by all Chemists. Agents in all parts of the world. Equally suited for all climates. PROPRIETORS— QUININE BITTERS HAIIDFACTURINfi Co., Ld., LLANELLY, SOUTH WALES. -1 W. BRYANT, j WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT. ALE & PORTER STORES, STATION STREET, i B' A R R Y DOCK. Mil. BRYANT ill be Glad to RECEIVE ORDERS for Trimiaij, fjasbury, Buxton Co's ALES & STOUTS, IN 4J-GALLON CASKS AND UPWARDS, 2 FROM 18. PER GALLON. Kentora Ijop Bitter Ale (NON-INTOXICATING), AND Andrew, Jack, and Co.'s BOTTLED ALES & STOUTS. SPECIALITY— TRUMAN and CO/s EAGLE'S PALE ALE LONDON STOUT. At 2s. 6d. per Dozen Pints. No Order taken for less thaIt Three Dozen. Wines and Spirits MAY BE HAD PER SINGLE BOTTLE OR PER DOZEN From the Best Vine Districts &- Distilleries. 0' AS A SAFE, permanent., and warranted cure for AS A SAFE, permanent., and warranted cure for Pimples, Scrofula, Scurvy, Bad Legs, Skin and Blood Diseases, ana Sores of all kinds, we can, with confi- dence, recommend CLARKE'S VVOSIID-FAMED BLOOD J MIXTURE Sold by Chemist* everywhere. Diseases, and Sores of all kinds, we can, with confi- dence, recommend CLARKE'S VVOSIID-FAMED BLOOD MIXTURE Sold by Chemist* everywhere.
A MONTH FOIl ASSAULTING THE…
A MONTH FOIl ASSAULTING THE POLICE AT CADOXTON. On Monday last, at Penarth Police-court—before Mr J. S. Bachelor and Major Thornley—William Gibson, a burly sailor, was charged on remand with being drunk and assaulting the police at Cadoxton-Barry on Thursday evening last. P.C. Griffith Williams (58) said he was called to No. 11, Holmes-street, Cadoxton, to remove the prisoner, who was behaving like a madman. Prisoner sprang at him and struck and kicked him repeatedly. He (the officer) had been much injured about the leg, which had since been bandaged. — Edward Stringer, lodging-house- keeper, gave evidence in support of the police, and the prisoner, who said his back was black and tIue" with bruises, the result of kicks received during the scuffle, was sentenced to a month's hard labour without the option of a fine.
CONGL Y CYMRY.j
CONGL Y CYMRY. ♦ BARDDONIAETH. ER COF PARCHUS AM MISS MAGGIE LIZZIE OWEN, Merch Mrs Owen, Tygwyn, Llangoedmor, Aberteifi, yr hon a hunodd yn yr angeu Ionawr 16eg, 1894, yn 22ain mlwydd oed. Tynwyd lleni dros ffenestri Hoff anedd-dy y Tygwyn, Plwyf Llangoedmor sydd mewn galar, Mae'r trigolion oil yn syn Beth yw'r achos o'r mawr alaeth A'r holl dristwch drwy y lie ? Rhaid yw ateb gyda hiraetli- Aeth un anwyl tua. thre'. Diwrnod tywyll, du, oedd hwnw, Pan fu iarw'r eneth fwyn, 'Roedd y lili fel yn mwrno, 'Rhosyn wedi colli 'i 6wyn 'Roedd telynau oÔr y cangau Fel yn taro'r tanau lleddf, A'r awyrgylch megys ca.ddug, Pobpeth fel yn groes i'w ddeddf. Goruchwyliaeth fawr Rhagluniaeth Sydd yn ddyrus iawn i ni, Mae ei ffyrdd Ef yn y moroedd Maith, a'i lwybrau yn y lli"; Chwi, hoff deulu, ymdawelwcb, Sychwch ffwrdd eich dagrau llaith, • Duw sy'n rhoddi a chymeryd, Estyn a byrhau y daith. Ffrynd uwch mamaeth aeth a'ch Maggie Cyn y gwelodd haner dydd, Chwithaa iddo'n ffrynd er hyny, Gall mai da o hyn a fydd Tynu'r draen yw'r chwerw driniaeth, Ami i glwy geir yn y glyn, Am y rheswm o'r gwasanaeth Chwy gewch wybod ar ol hyn. Un oedd Mag a phur rinweddau Fel heirdd dlysau ar ci bron, Nis gallasai neb ond angau I drywanu myn ives hon Gwych belydrau diniweidrwvdd Uedd yn chwareu ar ei phryd, Tlysion lwybrau gostyngeiddrwydd A dramwyodd tra'n y byd. Pan ar ganol gwanwyn byd, Dim ond dwy ar hugain oed, Glanio wnaeth i'r Gana-tn hyfryd, Ni lychwina byth mo'i throed Diane wnaeth ar holl drallodau Sydd yn ngwlad y cystudd mawr, Fry i gwmni heirdd angelion, Uwch gofidiau maith y llawr. C:udG wnawd ei chorph i gladdfa Hen Siloam, lie mae llu O'i chyfcillion a'i pherth'nasau Yno yn ei haros hi, I noswylio'r noson hirfaiih Hyd nes delo'r angel mawr Gyd ag udgorn Duw i agor Rhydlyd ddorau beddau'r llawr. Ffarwel 'nawr, gyfeilles anwyl, Hyd daw dydd y cyfrif mawr, Ac na foed i droed un estron Feiddio sathru'th fedd i'r llawr Ac os wyt yn mhell o'n cyrhaedd Engyl nef a wylia'r fan, Hyd y diwrnod hynod hwnw Deui ar ddelw Duw i'r lkn. Felinganol. JOHN LEWIS (Melinfab).
original goetrB- APRIL. Smiling, frowning, often weeping, And by heavy rain-tears steeping Open plain, and sheltered hollow, Verdant pasture, fecund fallow. Oft in shining mist enshrouded, Rarely 'neatii a sky unclouded, ) But with rain and sunshine mingled, Both with vital fervour kindled. Oft with angry gusts attending, Which from leaf and flower buds rending Bonds placental, they the way Open thus for flower and spray. So doth April come and bring, On her pathway, charming Spring. Spring, which comes to re-imbue Wasted vigour, and renew Dreary Nature's frame and face, Winter's aspect to efface Clothe with verdure tree and field, Flowers to ope-and fragrance yield- Fill with song the wood and grove, Burdened with domestic love, Bringing, in her train along, Light and love and hope and song. Conscious of her coming on, Birds their brightest plumage don, And in loudest notes express Their absorbing happiness. April brings the callow brood Of the rookery in the wood. Of the throstle, blackbird, thrush, Deftly hid in tree and bush. April bids the swallows come, From their distant second home And the cuckoo, fond of fame, Ever shouting his own name Heralding his safe return, From his wintery sojourn, Now the gorgeous humble-bee Gains his dashing liberty: Lays his tribute on the flowers. And their nectar quick devours. May be, that with him to vie, Comes an early butterfly Earnest of a race to be Chief in Nature's galaxy. Hovering o'er the lake and stream, Insects in their myriads team. Tempt the wary trout to leap, Make the darting swallows sweep Up and down the watery way, Capturing their tiny prey. Now the hedgehog, dormouse, snake. From their hybernation wake. And the lizard, field-mouse, shrew, Their domestic life renew. Nature through her humblest ranks, In the hedgerows, in the banks, In the limpid brooks and lakes, To the call of April wakes. At her coming, lo the frog Croaks his welcome from the bog. Raindrops, falling in the pond, Make the water newts respond— Things which leap, or crawl, or creep. Or, like chrysalises, sleep. Wake. and rise. and live again In sweet April's genial reign. Hail! sweet April, mild and good, Though thou be of fickle mood, Which MAKES captious cynics say— Doubtful as an April day." Well we know thy genial power, Both of sunshine and of shower Know thy cominsr is to bless With new life and happiness, And that when thou goest away, Thou wilt leave us pleasant May. T.S.S.
, I THE "BARRY" COWL AND .J....L.L".…
THE "BARRY" COWL AND .J.L.L .1. VENTILATOR. USEFUL INVENTION BY AN ENTERPRISING CADOXTON TRADESMAN. I Mr J. Phillips (Messrs Phillips and Cornp a ironmongers, of Cadoxton and Barry Dock), has again been successtul in exercising his inventive powers in useful mechanism, the contrivance this time taking the form of an ingeniously constructed chimney cowl and ventilator happily named after the Barry district. The Barry cowl and ve&TI? lator has been brought to a state of efficiency tfnd usefulness after much care and painstaking, and is calculated to eclipse kindred inventions now in use. Referring to the Barry, Ilardwarcman, a prominent trade paper, says numerous chimney cowls and ventilators are on the market, some of which are fairly successful in achieving the objects for which they are constructed. Messrs J. Phillips and Company, of Cadoxton-Barry, have however, after lengthened experiments, introduced an improvement in a cowl and ventilator, known as the Barry," which they claim to have triumphed where all others have failed. By reference to the sectional illustration, it will be seen that in the centre of the cowl a specially-constructed trough, with vertical louvres, is placed, and this, coupled with the side draught chambers, creites a very strong up-draught, by which not cn!y are fierce winds resisted, but also the egress of the smoke is assisted. The" Barry" is a powerful exhaust ventilator, accelerating, as it does. an up-current, which is so requisite in sluggish chimneys. Messrs Phillips and Company's B;.rry cowl has also the advantage of being easy to sweep, there 1 being no obstruction to the free use of the sweep's brush. Made of sheet steel, riveted and galvanized, it is a strong and durable cowl; a>id, judging theoretically upon the novel constructive design, we should say that it is admirab y suited to its purpose. The invention is provisioually protected, and a patent has been applied for.
IREV. HUGH PRICE HUGHES IAT…
I REV. HUGH PRICE HUGHES I AT BARRY. On Sunday evening last divine service was con- ducted at the Market Hall, Barry, by the Rev Hugh Price Hughes, of Lendon, the popular Wesleyan preacher. The hall was filled to its utmost capacity, there being over eight hundred persons present. The rev. gentleman, who said it was with much pain and difficulty that he fulfilled that appointment, as he was suffering from extreme nervous exhaustion, delivered an eloquent and im- pressive discourse, his remarks being listened to with profound attention. The Rev Hugh Price Hughes was supported by the Rev H. Graham Payn, pastor of the Wesleyan Church, Barry; Mr John Cory, J.P., Porthkerry Mr J. Lowdon, J.P., Barry Mr D. T. Alexander, Bryneithen; Mrs Hugh Price Hughes, Mrs Inglis, Dr Lloyd Edwards, Mr B. Lewis, Cadoxton, &c. A collection was taken in aid of the trust fund of Barry Wesleyan Chapel, there remaining a debt of A 150.
AN ALLEGED MEAN THEFT AT BARRY…
AN ALLEGED MEAN THEFT AT BARRY DOCK. At Penarth Police-court on Monday last—before Mr J. S. Bachelor (chairman) and Major Thornley -Alexander Morgan, a young man employed as rigger at Barry Dock, was placed in the dock charged with stealing a half-sovereign, belonging to a mate named George Cole, at Culley's Hotel on Saturday evening. The theft was a mean one. Prosecutor and the accused, who were mates, were drinking together, Morgan paying for the half-pints and during their stay in the vaults Morgan was alleged to have deliberately stolen the coin, and in going he ran away in the direction of the docks, but was pursued by what was described as a mob," and arrested by Dock- constable C. Gill, who, with Barman Soveridge, gave corroborative evidence. Police-constable Wm. Smith, who received prisoner into custody, was also examined, and prisoner said it was all a drunken spree.-The Bench dismissed the case, giving the accused the benefit of a doubt.
"IT TOUCHES THE SPOT."
"IT TOUCHES THE SPOT." Aye, that is what HOMOCEA" does. And doe* it quickly, too-whether it's a toothache or neuralgia., with all their shooting pains, or ECZEMA; with its painful and distressing irritation—or pRes, that make thousands of lives wretched. Rheuma- tism in the joints or muscles has been cured even of rears' standing—while for cuts, burns, and bruises it's far, very far, ahead of any ointment that has ever been put before the public. LORD CARRICK says HOMOCEA cured him of bleeding piles, when all else failed that he gave some to a labourer who was lamed by a stone falling upon him, whom it cured. A woman had a pain I in the elbow and could not bend it for a year, and I it cured her, and another used it for scurvy on her leg, and it was doing her good—one letter oloses from him with the words, It is the most wonderful stuff that I ever came across." LORD COMBERMERE says HOMOCEA. did him more good than any embrocation he had ever used for rheumatism. TESTIMONIAL I FROM THE GREAT AFRICAN EXPLORER, HENRY M. STANLEY. Whitehall, London. "Dear Rir,-Your oint- ment, called HOMOCEA, was found to be the most sooth- ing and efficacious unguent that I could possibly have for my fractured limb, as it seems to retain longer than 'any other, that oleaginous- ness so requisite for perfect and efficient massage. The fault of embrocations, gene- rally, IS that they harden and require warmth, where- as yours, besides being particularly aromatic. is as soft AS oil, and almost instaiit;Y mollifying in the case of severe inflammation.— iours faithfully, HENRY M. STANLEY." Remember that HCOMOCEA. subdues inflammation, and allays irritation almost SS soon as uppJieci. All wholesale houses stoc;, HOIICSEA. It MM be obtained from Chemists and others at Is. LID. or I 2s. Sd. per box, or will be sent hy post for Is. 3d. I and 3s. from the wholesale AGENCY, 21, Hamilton SQUARE, Birkenhead.