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GEO R G E'S I PILE AND GRAVEL PILLS. 1 MARVELLOUS REMEDY. It is more than Gold to me- It saved my Life." PAIN IN THE BACK If you puffer Pain in the Back and Loins, or between trie AND LOINS Shoulders, this remedy will effectually remove t. If vou are troubled with Irritation of the Bladder, Suppres- sion and Retention of the Water, Stone or Gravel, the only STONE, GBAVEL, Safe and Effectual Remedy ever offered to the World is TI' :-i GEORGE'S PILE AND GRAVEL PILTS. UivINAPiY DISORDERS. If the Water is High Coloured, Thick, and depositing much Sediment, lose no time, procure a box of GEORGE'S PILLS, and you will soon be right again. If your Kidneys and Liver are sluggish and out of order, SLUGGISHNESS OF THE this remedy will greatly stimulate these important organs, T TVT?U vm TRTTVNTVVQ °Pen UP their CL°GGED passages, and promote the secretion of LIVER AND KlDNH,lb. healthy bile and other vital fluids. BILIOUSNESS, INDIGES- If you are a martyr to Indigestion, Biliousness, and Con- TJON CONSTIPATION. stipation, you ave a sure Remedy in GEORGE'S PILLS. FT ATTTT VNPF PTLFS If you suffer from any Bowel Disorder, such as Piles, Oon- stipation, Flatu'e-ice Colic, you have here a remedy'you can COLIC. always rely upon PALPITATION OF THE If you suller fro.n Palpitation, and are afraid that your Heart is affected, you will find these Pill's an Efficacious HEART. Remedy. ttt? A "n A If yyu suffer from Headache and Giddiness, GEORGES HiiAUAt vtlJi, PILLS will remove these pains sooner than any other known GIDDINESS. Medicine. PAIN AFTER EATING. If you have Pain after Eating, and feel Drowsy and Listless, DROWSINESS. one dose of GEORGE'S PILLS will act like a charm. If your Food turns Sour and rises into the mouth, a few FOOD TURNING SOUR. doses of this Remedy will make your trouble a thing of the past. NERVOUSNESS. If you feel Nervous, Excitable, and Low Spirited, a perfect DESPONDENCY. Antidote will be found in GEORGE'S PILLS. RXT A TIT t? T A QTlf If vou have a Disagreeable Taste in the mouth, a single dose DI^AGKEEADIJ-C- lAftlb g|,orge,s PILB AND GRAVEL PILLS at bed-time IN THE MOUTH. will clear the tongue before the dawn of another day. If Sleep fails to give you Rest, Try GEORGE'S PILLS. SLEEPLESSNESS. They will make your bed easy, sleep refreshing, and revive your strength. If you feel unfit for Exertion, Weak, and Limp. this GENERAL DEBILITY Remedy will restore your Energy and Strength, and will mako labour and exercise the enjoyment of your life. If you are troubled with Nausea and Vomiting at the VOMITING, NAUSEA thought of eating, a box of GEORGE S PILLS will make meat and drink both Savoury and Pleasant. nrDTTPmuo If vour Blood is impure, it will keep open all the important BLOOD IMPURITIES, outlets of the body, and thus give free exit to all Gross "ROILS Humours, and no more Blood Impurities will be seen bursting SOREb, through the Skin in Pimples, Blotches, Sores, or Boils. In thousands of cases it has removed from the Blood, root RHEUMATISM, SCURVY. and branch, Rheumatic, Scorbutic, Scrofulous taints that have defied all other Remedies. If ysu have a tendency to Dropsical Swellings, this Re- DROPSICAL SWELLINGS. medy, by its actior. upon the Kidneys and Skin, will soon bring relief. DIFFICULTY OF y°u have Difficulty of Breathing, this Remedy will prove BREATHING friend to you in the hour ot need. A PT^RrPVT v"rrT TT TrN>TTQ Ifc is Aperient, and, therefore, removes Constipation. It is t-vr 'HJIA X' v5, Antibilious, and will, therefore, correct all irregularities of the DIURETIC, TONIC, Liver. It is Diuretic, and will, therefore, keep open the water BLOOD PURIFYING, passages. It fe Tonic, and will, therefore, give tone and NERVE STRENGTHENING, vigour to the Digestive Organs. It is Blood-Purifying and ALL YOU WANT. Nerve-Strengthening; it is, therefore, ALL YOU WANT. The three forms of this Remedy— THE THREE FORMS OF No. i._GEORGE'S PILE AND GRAVEL PILLS. THIS REMEDY. No. 2.-GEORGE'S GRAVEL PILLS. No. 3,-GEORGE'S PILLS for the PILES. TIIESiJ WORLD-RENOWNED PILLS ARE SOLD EVERYWHERE, IN BOXES, 1/14 AND 2/9 EACH. FY POST, 1/3 AND 3/ r PROPRIETOR —J. E. GEORGE, M.R.P.S., HIRWAIN, Gum. Special Values in Garden Eurniture AT STORES CASH PRICES. GOODS TO THE VALUE OF L3 AND UPWARDS DELIVERED FREE. LAWN MOWERS from 15", Od. GARDEN ROLLERS .from 37s. 6d. GARDEN BEATS from 10s. 6d. GARDEN ARCHES .from 4s. Od. Our 21s. GARDEN TENT Defies Competition. We still maintain the REPUTATION gained at the BATH and WEST and various other SHOWS of having the LARGEST and VERY BEST Selection of Horticultural and Gardea Requisites in WALES. SEND OR WRITE FOR GENERAL CATALOGUE (FREE). LAWN MOWERS GROUND, MACHIKMRYSTED EY SHANK'S BRITISHER 10 in. 12 in. 14 in. 21a. 23s. 6d. 25s. CALEDONIAN 12 in. 14 in. 1G in. £ 3 12s. 6d. £ 4 8s. 6d. £ 4 18s. 6d. KANSOME'S LION 9 in. 11 in. 13 in. 15 in. 20s. 23s. 26s. 30s. AUTOMATON 12 in. 14 in. 16 in. 18 in. £ 3 16s. 6d. £ 4 15s. 6d. £ 5 10a. Od. £ 6 7s. 6d. GREEN'S SILENS MESSOR 12 in. 14 in. 16 in. 18 in.- £ 3 16s. 6d. • £ 4 15s. 6d. £ 5 10s. Od. £ 6 7s. 6d. £316B. 6d. JM 159. 6d. 25 10s. Od. R6 7s. 6d. OUR MOTTO — LOW PRICES, PROMPT DELIVERY. CROSS BROTHERS, THE CARDIFF IRONMONGERS, 3 AND 4, ST. MARY STREET. CARDIFF. J MESSRS. A. Trevor Roberts, Hill & Co., Auctioneers, Surveyors, HOUSE, LAND, & ESTATE AGENTS, 12, Thompson-street, Barry Dock, Have most conveniently situated VILLAS & COTTAGES TO LET Near Station and Docks at Barry Island, Rents from 6s to 12s inclusive. COTTAGES, Bell-street, Barry, 58 6d. Six-roomed HOUSES at Charles place, Barry, lis per week. SHOPS, Cora-street, Thompson-street, and at the Bottom of Weston Hill. Semi-detached VILLAS, Hill-street & Wynd-street tØr Keys and all Particulars may be obtained at the above Address slabotot temperance HOTEL AND DINING ROOMS, 68. HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCKS. HOT DINNERS DAILY. Accommodation for Visitors. Well-aired Beds. Hot and Cold Baths. PROPRIETOB-C. F. ROSSER. FOR BEST POSSIBLE VALUE AND I LARGEST SELECTION TRY Davey Howell & Co. HOLTON ROAD. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF Furnishing Ironmongery We study one trade only, and this we do well. OUR MOTTO: PERSONAL MANAGEMENT. STORE PRICES. PROMPT ATTENTION. 4" FROM LIVERPOOL 8 NEW YORK AND FROM LIVERPOOL 8 AUSTRALIA CALLING AT CAPE TOWN. THE WHITE STAR LINE ROYAL UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS FROM Liverpool to New York EVERY WEDNESDAY. Passengers booked to all parts of the United States and Canada. ALSO Sailings to South Africa (Calling at Cape Town), and AUSTRALIA (Calling at Albany, Adelaide, Melbourne, and Sydney). LOW RATES. EVERY COMFORT. Third Class Passengers provided Free of Charge with the necessary Outfit. The Accommodation for every 0!a«« of Passengers is of the most com- plete and best kind. For Rates and all further Information apply to MESSRS. ISMAY IMRIE AND CO., Liverpool, and 34, Leadenhall-street, London, E.C.; Or to the local authorised Agents- MESSRS. T. G. DUNCAN & CO., Shipbrokers, &c., Barry Dock, GOULD & WHEELER, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS BARRY AND CARDIFF. "BUTE DOCKS I "BARRY FOUNDRY," FOUNDRY,' Between COLLINGDON ROAD, Nos. 4A £ D5TIPS, CARDIFF. BARRY DOCK. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR ALL KINDS OF IRON AND BRASS CASTING. BEST PRICES GIVEN FOR OLD IRON AND BRASS. A LARGE QUANTITY OF MARINE CAST- INGS ALWAYS KEPT IN STOCK. Telegraphic Address:—" Castings, Barry. National Telephone :—Cardiff, No. 385; Barry Docks. No. 12. THE EMPIRE A PALACE OF VARIETIES, CARDIFF. > .1 Two Complete Performances Nightly. Early one 7 o'clock to 9, late one 9 o'clock to 11. ALL ARTISTES APPEAR AT EACH PERFORMANCE. r OSWALD STOLL. Furniture Carefully Removed. Vans of all sizes kept. By Hour or Contract. r\ iTTTtt Tririv'n J Light and Heavy Hauling done at XT ULiBil 1. 1 Moderate Prices. >«ffllflWlBi FURNtTURE REMOVED BY ROADORRAlt ——— ui. ■ JM Brakes, Traps, Waggonettes, and Close ESTIMATES FREE Carriages for Weddings Let on Hire. N ate the Address- DAVID 3 PAULETT, COAL MERCHANT, Sonsil Cottage, Pencoitre-road, CADOXTON, OFFICES-STATION YARD & MARKET MEWS, CADOXTON. >Y-WWWJWVWWWWW<VW^VW^(V^VWWWWV%'WWW^Ar>*)rWW^>^W^V^WV%^ £ GRIFFIN AND DAVIES' «► £ f THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL LINES. 5 <' i; BUTTER at lOd. per lb. j; ;i CHEESE at 6d. per lb. ;j i| BACON- at 5Jd. per lb. if 2 i LARD at 4Jd. per lb. | 2 FLOUR at 1/8 per score. S I NEW POTATOES 14 lbs. for 1/- j; < 4* CORN AND MEAL OF ALL KINDS. | ADDRESSES— f 13 & 14, VERE STREET, CADOXTON, and HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCKS. !j
THE SICK AND WOUNDED IN SOUTH…
THE SICK AND WOUNDED IN SOUTH AFRICA. WITH a desire to look at the matter in a judicial spirit, and with the utmost sympathy for the gallant soldiers who have been exposed to the hardships of war, it is nevertheless a little difficult to derive such clear ideas as one would wish from the debate on Mr Burdett-Coutt's allegations concerning the treatment of the sick and wounded in South Africa. It must, of course, be recognised that the hon. gentleman preferred his com- plaint in the utmost good faith, that he be- lieved honestly every word he wrote and said, but a great deal depends upon the way in which he looked at the matter. Sir Howard Vincent was of the opinion that Mr Burdett-Coutts had seen everything in South Africa "through the very darkest spectacles." Again, Mr Burdett-Coutts' allegations may be capable of confirmation right up to the hilt, but on the occasion of the debate in the House of Commons it can scarcely be said that there was as much corroboration forth- coming as would have enabled one of Her Majesty's judges to say the case was proved. It is noteworthy that all authorities hesitate to attach the blame to any particular individual or department. Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman said he thought blame was due somewhere, but he declined altogether, with the knowledge before him, to apportion it." Mr Burdett-Coutts did not lay the blame on any individual, and said his own personal opinion was that the fault lay not here, but in South Africa. Others blamed the Govern- ment, but there was a general indisposition to fasten censure upon any particular source. So far there is not much evidence to go upon, and anything like a complete judgment must be suspended until we have the result of the official inquiry which is to be made with regard to the whole subject of these allegations. The difficulty of forming a final opinion on the debajte was increased by the position in which the Government were placed of having to prove a negative. This is a task which is always difficult, and frequently impossible, but still it was clear, from the remarks I with which Mr. Wyndham opened the discussion, what the defence is. To a certain and lamentable extent," said Mr Wyndham, "it was true that our wounded and our sick at Bloemfontein had in this campaign, as in other campaigns, been exposed to terrible hardships, the full extent of which was not perhaps altogether gauged by those who had not seen war; but at the same time the hardships were'inevitable, and everything possible had been done to meet the circum- stances of the case." The question at issue is, therefore, this-were there in any consider- able degree hardships which might have been avoided 1 It is very certain that many things happened which are to be regretted, but all the, evidence which is forthcoming is conflict- ing on the point as to whether they could have -been prevented by reasonable care. Some of the sick and wounded say that they were treated with exceptional care, and others that their condition was pretty much as described by Mr Burdett-Coutts. Sir H. Campbell-Bannerman remarked that for one man who died from wounds, two died from disease, but that is pretty much the case with all wars. As Sir William Howard Russell said Heaven lets loose all its plagues on those who shed men's blood, even in the holiest cause." Fever, dysentery, sunstroke, and other evils, generally including the dreaded cholera, follow in the train of armies, and cause more deaths than the bullets and shells of the enemy. Such plagues are inseparable from war. Whatever may be the foundation of Mr Burdett-Coutts' complaint, he has proved that which we knew already, that war is a frightful evil in any circum- stances.
THE FORWARD MOVEMENT IN THE…
THE FORWARD MOVEMENT IN THE BARRY DISTRICT. We have pitched our tent at last at Barry Docks, states the last issue of The Torch with reference to the Forward Movement. We are sure you will rejoice at this, for you know how our late devoted general treasurer desired it, and most of you know how such a place must stand in need of a work like ours. There is a population of some 32,000 in the Barry district—17,000 of whom live in Barry Dock alone. This population is fearfully mixed, and many of the wildest spirits of this and other lands have found their way into it. This the late Mr Edward Davies, Llandinam, knew well; and as this marvellous development was the result of the enterprising spirit of his renowned father and friends, he naturally felt responsible to God for its moral and religious welfare as well as for its commercial success. The appeal made to me by that good friend has often haunted me in the night watches, and I have fancied before now that I could hear him say from the battlements of Heaven—" Remember Barry Dock Remember that precious souls are perishing there. Haste to their rescue." At last, that desire has been partly realised, for we have secured an excellent evange- list and temporary hall for the work, and that chiefly through the good office of our friend, Mr John Cory, J.P. Things are now looking bright and promising there, and we hope the day is not far off when a memorial hall shall be erected there in loving memory of one of the greatest friends the movement ever had. There cannot be a better place to erect such a monument of his beautiful memory than Barry Dock. Our young Barry Dock Centre has already branched out to Barry Island. Through the kind- ness of Mr Henry Radcliffe we have secured an iron building to hold some 120 persons, and we are looking forward to the day when that young and promising branch will develop into a good centre. There is need of other centres in the fast-growing Barry district, and we hope through the mercy of God, to plant some of them before the evil has demoralised the young to the level of some neglected localities we know. If God's people are not alive to the salvation of the people the devil and his emissaries are alive to their damnation.
SALE BY AUCTION. MR. WM. THOMAS, Auctioneer, Barry, is instructed to offer for SALE BY AUCTION at the Windsor Hotel, Barry Dock, on WEDNESDAY, the 18th day of JULY, 1900, at 3.30 p.m., subject to the Conditions of Sale to be then and there read, all those TWO VALUABLE LEASEHOLD SHOPS AND MESSUAGES, Situate and being Nos. 158 and 160, Holton-road, Barry Dock, between the Barry Dock News Printing Works and the Windsor Hotel, held under two Indentures of Under Lease, both dated the 22nd day of November, 1895, from the Barry Dock Town Syndicate, Limited, for the respective residues of the terms of 99 years and 99 years, both computed from the 1st day of January, 1890, at the very low ground rent of £ 5 each. The Shops have a frontage of 21 feet 1 inch and 19 feet 9 inches respectively, and situate in the most central part of Barry Dock, being next door to the Windsor Hotel, and now in the occupation of the Barry Urban District Council as Offices, under a lease for five years, from the 15th day of December next (terminable at the end of three years at the option of the tenants), at the yearly rent of 0,120, the tenants paying in addition all rates and taxes. There is ample room for erection of Stables or Warehouses at rear of Premises. Side entrance into private lane next Windsor Hotel. The property affords a Very desirable investment. For further particulars apply to Mr J. Arthur Hughes* Solicitor, Barry Docks,, or to the Auctioneer at bis Offices in Holton-road aforesaid.
MIlS. GEUNDTS JOTTINGS
MIlS. GEUNDTS JOTTINGS The German Army dogs, according to the Regiment," are so trained that when they find a dead body they set up a prolonged howling. If no one comes, they take the dead man's cap Or some small article, and with this in their teeth go on a hunt for their trainer, whom they lead to the spot. If the man is wounded, he gives hiS cap to the dog, and the same object is accomplished. Verily, a dog is man's most faithful friend. It has been brought to my notice that the of a certain hotel in this district complain of thS remarks I made last week anent a meritorious action performed by them in behalf of the poor waifs and strays. I am sorry, but it is seldoo that the fair and gentle sex take umbrage wheØ their praiseworthy efforts are duly acknowledge in a suitable way. The Barry District Glee Society intend giving a grand open air concert at Friar's Point, Bartl Island, next Saturday week, admission Is, previouS to proceeding to Paris. I am exceedingly gratified to chronicle tbS further success of Mr Alcwyn Jones, son of )It John Jones, 153, Holton-road, Barry Docks. )It Jones is a student at St. David's College, Lampetetr and at the recent examination he headed the list I in classics, securing the prize offered for tbil subject. Mr Jones is not yet twenty years of age, and his several successes hitherto are in thetJI. A selves a sufficient indication that there 13 brilliant future in store for him. j The Barry and Cadoxton contingents of ¡,tJB Salvation Army, with their bands, were amoBfr those who took part in the 35th anniversat1 celebrations at Cardiff last Monday. Between the 13th and 15th instant a Japa^ transport is due to load 6,000 tons of best We^ steam coal at Barry. This cargo will form p*rt the contract made at Cardiff by the Japalleo Government a few days ago. The members of the Cardiff Union Board f Guardians, to show their appreciation of they I popular chairman, Mr 0. H. Jones, J.P., Fon°,0> Castle, are contributing to a fund towards a 8$^ salver to be presented to Mr Jones on the occaSioJ1 of his marriage on July 17. < The miniature battlefield in the shop windo" Mr H. J. Owen, Vere-street, Cadoxtofli attracting crowds of the curious. The collect^ on view include a large number of specimen8 articles of warfare from South Africa. The last issue of the local newspaper, Advertiser, gave considerable prominence to report of the exciting scene at the Guildhall 000, nected with the visit of Mr Tennyson SølltbtbS Cardigan, and it is a singular coincidence that boldest line in the paper-extending across s columns-of one of the centre pages, was prl nothing but pure beer oir M. Laurent de Rille states that the Welsh Ob 11 (including the Barry Glee Society), who will < home on the 21st instant, will be accommod» at the Trocadero-hall, in the Paris Exhibition)^ four p.m. on July 23rd. The united choir be allowed to sing three pieces, the male v°'QP two pieces, and the ladies' choir three pieces. Sunday, the 22nd, a French eisteddfod will he to which the Welsh choir will be admitted M. De Rille added that when the French P heard the Welsh singers from so many singing it would link the hearts of the and of the French." It is probable that the c°^ mittee and official? of the choir will be entertft1 at Paris by the Bretons. hfl* I am informed that Paris resta'trateuvs » long been in the habit of mixing horsefleS^ g( their savoury ragouts, which appear by ano name in the carte or menu. .eof In consequence of the advance in the Vxl flour, and the continued upward tendency of riI market, the price of bread at Cardiff and SWOO' has this week been increased half-penny 0 quartern loaf. No increase has yet been made ø1 Barry, where the quality of bread is equal tO in the county. .t Upwards of £ 25 was collected by the st collection in the Barry district last Saturday for the benefit of Dr Barnado's waifs and strof It is somewhat appropriate that the Master Bakers' Association should have ViSlfor Bath for their annual outing last Wednesday, the historic town gives its name to a bun. ]}' In all probability the Barry dividend for last year will be at the rate of nine per cent, annum. • it There have been many thousands of vl8 from the hill districts to Barry Island this vve J and yesterday (Thursday) the sands of j" Bay were literally besieged with the Sb ot element. From an interesting conversation I enjoyed one of our leading actors recently, I was so&e^$ surprised to learn that his admirable mak "Old Eccles" in "Caste" takes him exactl? hours to prepare. First he has to pad considerably to attain the required bulk, aucl to, comes the elaborate business of making up jjff face to represent the drunken old vagabond- 00" less than eight kinds of grease paint are used' some of these have to be put on almost red A camel's hair brush is saturated with paintt [j in the flame of the gas, and then the piglu tot-0 placed on the cheek, this being necessary the mottled appearance. Then follow the other processes. Who would don the soo) buckskin ? aA Looking in the pages of Punch for the last of years, one is surprised at the evoluti011^ "wifedom" during that short period. 'IbeJJ sji'J was merely a woman of no account, placidly by while the husband choses the holiday resort, looks out for a new house,$ tends the moving of the furniture, and ha ^6 his thumb while endeavouring to banfC tlp fef pictures. Now she does all those things, an fo more. She is no longer a nonentity, but 0 1 very much to be reckoned with, and if $be the not have a voice in everything that C0°cer,ej; family, you may be sure she will not fail to husband know it. In Wales #ihe not Only lool care of the husband's purse, but even of the and master too. » A reference room has been open el in C°D with the Barry Free Library All b°°ks'.j^ the exception of works of fiction, being I