Barry & Cadoxton Local Board. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 3rd day of July next, application will be made to Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace assembled at Quarter Sessions in and for the County of Glamorgan, at Cardiff, for an order for TURNING, DIVERTING, AND STOPPING UP THE HIGHWAY Leading from Holton Fawr, in the Parish of Merthyr Dovan, to the Buttrills, in the fame parish, commencing at the point where the high- way joins tho Holton-road, and proceeding in a north-easterly direction, terminating at the point where tho said highway joins the road loading from Cadoxton to Holton Buildings. And that the certificate of two justices having viewed the same, together with the plan of the, old and proposed new highway, will be lodged with the Clerk of the Peace for the said County of Glamorgan on the 4th day of June next. Dated this 10th day of May, 1894. J. C. PARDOE, Surveyor to the Barry and Cadoxton Local Board. Barry and Cadoxton Local Board.
HHHE above Board are prepared to APPOINT X an INSPECTOR OF PLEASURE BOATS and SUPERINTEND all BATHING in BARRY ISLAND and BARRY HARBOUR. Salary, 50a a week. Applicant will have to devote the whole of his time to the duties of the post, and will be appointed for a period of Three or Four Months. Applications, to be endorsed Application of Inspector of Pleasure Boats," to be sent to me on jr before Thursday, the 31st instant. By Order, J. ARTHUR HUGHES, Local Board Office, Clerk. Vere-street, Cadoxton, 22nd May, 1894. COOPERS' THROAT AND CHEST BALSAM, —Instant Relief from Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, &e. In Bottles Is. each. W. R. HOPKINS, M.P.S., Family and Dispensing Chemist, Barry f 460 ARTISAN GAS-COOKING STOVE. SPECIALLY SUITED FOR SMALL FAMILIES NO COAL FIRES NECESSARY FOR SIX MONTHS. WILL Cook 41bs. Meat, two Vegetables, :!los. TV Potatoes, and good-sized Cabbage at cost for Gas of One Penny Farthing (Ii-d). THE CHEAPEST MINIATURE GAS-COOKING STOVE KNOWN. Joints up to lOlbs. can be cooked if necessary by this Stove. Two small Chops can be Grilled and a Kettle of Water Boiled with 2k cubit feet of Gas, costing One Half Farthing. Six separate Quarts of Water can be boiled each day at a cost of Threepence per week. Eight Quarts or Two Gallons per Day at a cost of Fourpence per week. The whole at Half the Cost of Coal, not including Wood, Lighting Fire. Attendance, and Cost of Labour. This Stove can be hired at a cost of Is per Quarter, or less than One Penny per Week, where the necessary Pipes are already fixed. Another Stove, with Two more Boiling Rings, rent Is 6d per quarter, or less than Three-halfpence per week. To be seen at the GAS AND WATER OFFICES, HOLTOX-ROAD, BARRY DOCK. SPRING CLEANING! AFTER Washing the Woodwork and Scrubbing the Floors with Cloudy Ammonia, or Carbolic Soap, Sprinkle a little" KILLEM" into the Crevices to ensure the destruction of any insects lurking in the vicinity. KILLEM "-ld., 3d., and 6d. ONLY OF H. J. OWEN, I CHEMIST, VERE-ST, CADOXTON-BARRY. BARRY DOCK NEWS," Friday, May 25, 1894.
TRAPNELL AND GANE, 35 and 38, QUtlen Street, CARDIFF. The Oldest, Largest, Cheapest, and Most Reliable House Furnishers in Wales. SPECIAL SHOWBOOMS, NOW COMPLETED, I Are well stocked with every requisite, and, notwithstanding the recent enormous advance in raw materials, T. & G., through having placed targe forward contracts, are able to olfer 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, zC4 10s to £25. DRAWING ROOM SUITES, <25 10s to 4.32. BEDROOM SUITES, from 96 5s to £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 21S. FENDERS AND FIRE-IRONS AT ALL PRICES. Warehouse and Shoiorooms for CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, RUGS, dcc., 38, QUEEN STREET, CARDIFF, AND AT BRISTOL AND NEWPORT. TRAPNELL AND GANE. CLOTHING, CHEAPEST AND BEST, MADE TO MEASURE OR READY FOR IMMEDIATE W EAR. BEST VARIETY IN THE DISTRICT IN E Men's, Youths', and Boys' Suits, Trousers, Hats, Caps, Hosiery, Ties, Umbrellas, Gloves, Football Clothing, &c., &c. BESPOKE TAILORING now Replete with a Choice of the in of England, SCOTCH AXD IRISH TWEEDS, VICUN-AS, CURLS, BLACK WORSTEDS, OVERCOATINGS, &c., &c. A SUITS TO 25s., 30e., 35s., to 60s. GENTS: TROITSERS, 75. 6d., las, 6d., ód., to 21: BEST FIT GUAllA1\TEEIJ. LLOYD & Company, The Cadoxton and Barry Dock Clothiers, 72, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCK. 25, MAIN STREET, C A D 0 X TON. Fulton, Dunlop & Co., WINE, SPIRIT, ALE & PORTER ifESepTi Duke-street, CARDIFF Windsor-road, PENARTfl i Wind-street, SWANSEA. • IMPORTERS AND BONDERS OF YriVES AND SPIRITS. < Shippers of the Leading Brands of Champagne, including HEIDSISOK'S, BOLLINGER'S, IRROY'S, &o, &o. Holders of a Stock of Magnificent OLD BRANDIES, comprising' Vintages of 1820, 1835, 1850, 1858, 1885. and others. Sole Agents f: Cardiff and District for DUNCAN' GILMOUft and 00.'8 HOP BITTER BEER (Non-Alcohelie). GENERAL PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION. PIANOS AND ORGANS. —— i CHEAPEST AND BEST, FROM 5- MONTHLY. ON NEW HIRE SYSTEM. s Thompson & Shackell, Ltd., 49, HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCK. Sole Agents for the Celebrated XET7MEYER PIANOS and ESTEY ORGANS for South Wales. X.B.—Illustrated Catalogues Free by Post on Application. NOTE THE ADDRESS— 49, K0LT0N-R0AD, BARRY DOCK. It flnjCQ know of the most wonderful medicine ever Makes Boot.' ana „«jnn? 3 Lr\Lf ILU uisonvenil for nil and obstru'tia:is, DA -F waterprool <■* duck's bno.k, A »'T. ^»A l»t»w?ver obstinate or lonjr-sUu'lIu?. TIious- I t and soft as velvet. LADIES M»IC<1}\ niid thereby s,%veil trouble, illiies. and J Adds three tiioen to the Perfectly hanmess, and astonishingly effectual, as wear and aliov.'» polish) >;g. 17 t(>stii;c'1 i rr- I A ■. ini'HD.rittd testimonial*. PILi^S AIJONK ARL LSi.LESS GOLD MEDAL 1%XuUJiUOn A w ar'13. ,>flIy firing diKr-pjunntmenk. Stautped addressed envelope i J Tins 2d (xl 1/ of The only effectual remedy on earth. Try and Estab. 1851. | OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT 1 "THE PRINCIPALITY FURNISHING COMPANY," 78, Holton-road, BARRY DOCK, Have just OPEXED with the largest and best stock of all descriptions of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Etc., in the District. BEDROOM SUITES, In Walnut, Mahagony, Ash, and Oak. DINING-ROOM SUITES, In heavy solid Walnut frames, upholstered in Leather, Velvet, or Saddlebags. BEDSTEADS & BEDDING, In large quantities to select from. CARPETS, FLOORCLOTHS, LINOLEUMS, KITCHEN FURNITURE, MATS, RUGS, TOILET WARE, &C. And all other description of House Furniture in endless variety. FOR CASH or on our new HiRE PUR- CHASE SYSTEM. No Bill of Sale required. ALL GOODS DELIVERED FREE. Intending Purchasers are requested to Inspect our Large Stock before going elsewhere. Why go to Cardiff when you can obtain all you require at home ? and spend your money where it is earned. Note the Address :— 78, Holton-road, Barry Dock. PERKINS BROTHERS AND QO., General Ironmongers, AND COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS, ST. MARY-STREET AND \V YNO H AM-ARCADE, CARDIFF, Whoie Splendid Showrooms now contain one of tho finest selections of Household Futniture to be seen in Cardiff and South Walea. FURNITURE. JpURNiTURE. JL _6_ JflURNITURE. JpiURNITURE. FURNITURE. F URNITURE. DRAWING-ROOM SUITES. FURNITURE, FROM FURNITURE. FURNITURE, FROM "OURNITURE. G3SS. _(! JWRNITURE. o j^URNITURE. JjWRNITURE. gQ GNS. jpURNITURE. DINING mm SUITES. FURNITURE. FROM r: J.URNITURE. 1 FURNITURE. £ 4 lO^OBNITCM. T0 40 BEDROOM SUITES. j^URNITURE. FROM ^JflURNITURE. pURNITU QS jpURNITURE. FURNITURE. GNS. JjlURNITURE. BEDSTEADS. FURNITURE. WITII EWRNITURE. BRASS F FURNITURE. RAIL "ElURNITURE. FROM 1 FURNITURE. J t jS J J DjpURNITURE. BEDDING. LOWEST CASH PISCES. c DELIVERY FREE. PERKINS BROTHERS, I. < it. Mary-Street & Wyndham 5 Arcade, Cardiff. First Visit to Penarth and Barry LORD GEORGE THE IMPERIAL SANGER. | GREAT HIPPODRAMATIC& SPECTACULAR EXHIBITION. II MORGAN'S FIELD, PENARTH, THURSDAY, MAY 31st. NEAR GAS WORKS, BARRY DOCK, FRIDAY, JUNE 1st. The combined companies, embracing all the HORSES, ELEPHANTS, CAMELS, DROMEDARIES, THE MENAGERIE, and the whole of the CIRCUS ARTISTES. The dramatic and hippodramatic companies, embracing a living organised body of 1,500, 66 carriages, the field artillery, the ambulance wagons, and the whole plant necessary for the production of this gigantic military spectacular drama (as given by Lord George Sanger in London for 280 consecutive performances), the great WAR IN THE SOUDAN. The magnitude of the above-named military spectacle baffles all description. Suffice it to say, 250 horses, 500 people, the battery of elephants, the battery of camels, with huge cannons firing from their backp, the field artillery, &c., will appear in the tent at one time. In addition to this vast production, which is quite new, the finest CIRCUS COMPANY that has ever appeared under one management has been specially engaged. For the first time in Great Britian, the Wonder- ful Clairvoyant, Educated, and Talking HORSE. '¡Two Performances Daily at 2.30 and 7.30. PRICKS OF ADMISSION 10/6 Grand Balcony Seats 10/6 51 Second Circle 5/- 3/- Boxes 3/- 2/ Second Boxes. 2/- I/ Carpeted and Upper Seats 1/- And to avoid disappointment to the Working Classes, there will be accommodation for 7,000 People at SIXPENCE, THE GREATEST OF ALL PROCESSIONS EACH DAY AT ONE O'CLOCK. Box Office Open Daily from Ten to Four. First Visit to Penarth and Barry SELLING OFF. SELLING OFF. 20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT FOR CASH. Removing to liew Premises AT 2, ST. MARY-STREET. In order to prevent Damage by Moving, Mr HENRY TAINSH will SELL OFF the WHOLE of his VALUABLE STOCK of JEWELLERY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, and SILVER GOODS at the Enurmous Discount of 4s in the JB. All Goods Marked in Plain Figures as usual. i H. TAINSH, I 5, HIGH-STREET, CARDIFF. THE FINEST AND BEST SELECTION OF WEDDING, KEEPER, AND ENGAGEMENT RINGS, ALSO JEWELLERY, CLOCKS, & PLATE, Of all Kinds at H. B. CROUCH'S, 16, St. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF Se6 Window Before PurchasingElsewhere. I
GLAD TIDINGS FOR BARRY. AFTER a long and trying period of anxious C, expectation and weary waiting, the public of the Barry district-and many of those outside who have in different ways created for them- selves vested interests in the new community -will this week be glad to learn that the Barry directors have at last determined to proceed actively with the works connected with the new dock. For this purpose announcements have during the past few days appeared in the principal engineering papers of-the country inviting tenders for the construction of the first section of the new dock. The area of the initial section will comprise about twenty acres of the land which it is intended to i cover, and inasinUck as tho tenders must be in hand by the 18th of June, it is evident that the Company intend the work to be well in hand before the fall of the year. This announcement, we have no doubt, will not only have the effect of brightening the hopes of the public of Barry C, as to the progressive future of the district, but also tend to revive the general condition of trade in our midst, and likewise add con- siderably to the commercial importance of the well-known Barry Docks. There has been no reason whatever to doubt the sincerity of the Barry directors from the outset. Their position on several grounds has been one of consider- able difficulty, but now that they have their new Bills well before Parliament, and, with the most reasonable prospects of reaching that success of which Barry is already proverbially famous, they naturally feel justified in setting on foot a new undertaking which will materially en- hance the shipment facilities of the Barry Docks. The present seems a favourable opportunity for undertaking a work of such importance. The prices of materials are down, and the labour market being some- what settled, and labour, therefore, obtainable at reasonable rates, there is no apparent ground for anticipating any serious difficulty j in either of these respects. « With the announcement of the new dock being commenced, we may inform our readers ■ that the prospects of renewed activity in the < district are greater than they have been for 1 two or three years. It is understood that no i time will be lost in taking in hand the work of adapting the main line between Barry and i Pontypridd for passenger traffic. Other j works of development, it is contemplated, j will, at no distant period, be undertaken by c the Company. 'J We are also glad—without unduly indulg- j; ing the hopes of our readers-to be in a posi- s tion to announce this week that the contract c ( for the construction of the Vale of Glamorgan I Railway will be let within the next two or j three months. The necessary preliminaries are being rapidly completed by the original Company, the whole of the land required has been secured, and the different station sites have been fixed. In this great additional undertaking the hands of the Vale of Glamorgan Railway Company will be sub- stantially strengthened by the aid of the Barry Company, who will, of course, I be very largely benefitted by the operations of I this new and important undertaking, for I every ton of mineral and other traffic which will be brought over this line must necessarily find its natural terminus at the Barry Docks. ¡
The Barry Chamber of POSTAL FACILITIES Trade would confer a great IN THE VALE. boon upon a considerable area of the Vale of Gla- morgan by taking steps to bring about the enlargement of the borders of Barry so far as postal jurisdiction is concerned. At present, the greater portion of the Vale of Glamorgan is under the supervision of Cow- bridge, sub to Cardiff, and owing to the con- siderable distance which intervenes between Cowbridge and some of the rural districts a state of things altogether very undesirable exists. For instance, letters, in order to fall into the evening despatches from Cardiff, have to be posted at Penmark and Llancarfan by half-past three and four o'clock respectively, whereas, if this portion of the district were linked to Barry, the boxes need not be cleared till five or six o clock. This arrangement would also allow letters to be delivered in those parts at an earlier hour in the morning, so that the advantage to the public of the agricultural dis- tricts referred to would be two-fold. In view of the proposed separate Poor Law Union for Barry, including the parishes of Penmark, Llancarfan, etc., the present seems to be a con- venient opportunity for setting on foot an agitation for the inclusion of the upper portion of the Vale of Glamorgan in the postal district of Barry. It is no reflection whatever upon the Barry Male Voice BARRY MALE Party that they failed to VOICE PARTY, bring home with them last week the first prize from Caerphilly Eisteddfod. On the other hand, they deserve to be warmly con- gratulated upon securing the second prize on I that occasion. The Barry Male Voice Party, no doubt, lacks considerably in numbers, and the fact that they have two years in succession come so near the chief laurels proves that if they only had a much-needed accession to their numbers the party would be in a position to gain still greater fame in musical circles. It is not unreasonable to state that the Male Voice Party should number at least one hundred voices, and if this had been the case this year- if the degree of artistic excellence of the voices available had been supplemented by an addi- tional volume of power—there is not the slightest doubt that they would to-day be the holders of the principal award in their particular competition at Caerphilly Eisteddfod on Whit- Monday. The party deserves well at the hands of the public of Barry, and those who possess the ability should forthwith take advantage of the opportunity offered, and co-operate in raising the local society of male C, voices to its full strength. We hope this appeal will not be made in vain, for Barry should not be content until it is represented by a male voice party worthy of the fair fame of the district in other respects.
SAD ACCIDENT TO AN OLD MAN AT CADOXTON-BARRY. KNOCKED DOWN BY A TRAIN AND RUN OVER. On Tuesday evening last an old man named Gabriel Powell, aged 70, unch to Mr W. Thomas, Coldbrook Farm, near Cadoxton-Barry, with whom he lived, wae crowing the Barry mairy line of railway between Cadoxton and Palmers- town, when a mineral train suddenly steamed along and knocked him down. The driver of the engine, perceiving the accident, at, once stopped the train, and thi oil man was picked up, when it was found le had been terribly cut about the head, also injured about the right arm and ribs. He was carried home, and Dr Treharne, of Cadoxton, has since been in attend- ance. The injured man was in search of some strayed cattle at the time of the accident.
THE BARLEYCORNIAN LIST AT BARRY POLICE CJrRT. At Barry Dock Police-court on Thursday, Florence Ely and John Hayes were fined 5s each For being drunk and disorderly.—Thomas Burns, boarding house keeper, Cadoxton Margaret Jenkins, Gueret-street; and Elizabeth Oakley did not appear to answer the same charge, and (varrantrf were ordered to be issued. — Sarah rhomass, Barry Dock, was fined 7s 6d for a similar )ffence and Elizabeth Clarke. 20s.-Edward sarnuel got off with paying 2s 6d; 3Uj Elizabeth Price was ordered4 to p^y l,'s; — Bridget Foley and Julia '^itzharris, ioth of Gueret-street. were said to be fighting afc Barry Dock on the 17th instant, and were find 5* iach. Mary Ann Squires, who carried a baby in ler arms, and who had not appeared for some iime in court, was dismissed Edward Samuel, 3arry, being sent away on paying 2s M.— Martin Lewis and Thomas Gunn were also iharged with being drunk and disorderly. Gunn vas let off, but Lewis was fined 5s.- rhomas Burns subsequently appeared, and Police- :onstable G. W. Phillips said on the 17th instant, 1e saw defendant drunk and disorderly in Holmes- treet, and kicking his wife. Evidence for the lefence was given, and defendant said this was mly a family matter,' but it was finished now- •i:ied 5s.