Worth a Guinea a Box. AM 4 pEECHflftFs p g L L S fob ALL BILIOUS AND NERVOUS DISORDERS. UJ \/1 Ü.II.,U..l Sick Headache. Constipation. Wind and Pains in" Stomach. Impaired Digestion. Disordered Liver AND Female Ailments, ANNUAL SALE SiX MILLION BOXES. In Boxes, Is l £ d find 28 9d each, with full directions. The Is l^d box contains 56 pills. Prepared only by the Proprietor THOS. BE EC HAM, ST. SSLSSS, LANC. BEECHAM'S TOOTH PASTE Efficaclous^Economieal—Cleanses the Teeth- Perfumes the Breath—In Collapsible Tubes, of all Druggists, or from the Proprietor, for Is. post-paid. K. J. HEATH & SONS, Pianofortes and Organs by all Makers. Cash. IKON FRAME PIANOFORTES. Monthly. & s. d, s. d. 15 *0 of Walnut Case> Full Compass, ) U) n I panel front, ?ft, IDin. high; f 10 0 j Henry trichord, check 1 IS 18 0"i action, machinecovered hammers, 14 0 loft. lOin. high. J f Parisian Model, trichord, cheeky ■n>, |9 action, plated bolts, sconces, mar- e ^queterie, and gilded panel trusses, J" ( AssociationModel, 4ft 1 in. high, 1 29 18 G< with all the most modern ina- J- 22 2 iprovements. ) C New Association Model, Prize} 33 0 (K Medal Piano, 4ft. 2in. high, burr, V 24 6 (. walnut, rosewood, or black & gold. J 35 10 o Drawing-room Upright Grand, ( gg 3 I 4ft. 3in. > ALSO ANGELUS PIANO PLAYERS AND SYM- PHONY SELF-FLAYING ORGANS. 5s. TO 6a. IN THE £ DISCOUNT FOR CASH. CARRIAGE PAID. ORGANS FROM 5 GUINEAS. Tuning and Repairs by first class workmen from Broad wood's, London. Grand and Upright Pianofortes by Broadwood, Collard, Kirkman, Erard, Picyel, Schiedmayer, Beohstein, Stein way, &c., &c. Now is the oppor- tunity for acquiring a splendid instrument at the Lowest Possible Prictj, either for Cash or on the approved Hire system, from 103 monthly. Call and Secure a Bargain. Showrooffis- 76, QUE EN-STREET. 0 ARDIFF, PONTYPRIDD, and PENARTH. MANUFACTORY—LONDON. Canvassers Wanted in all Parts. Nat. Telephone: Cardiff, 01199 Pontypridd, 21. FIELDINGS, LIMITED, OLD ESTABLISHED FINANCIERS, AKH PREPARED TO Advance Sums from L20 to P,3,000 at Short Notice, ON APPROVED NOTE OF HAND, PERSONAL, OR OTHER SECURITIES. CHARGES ARRANGED BEFORE TRANS, ACTIONS ARE COMPLETED. MORTGAGES on FROPERTY effected at Current Rates of Interest. Property Purchased. Trade Bills Discounted. Annuities and Fixed Incomes Arranged. DEPOSITS RECEIVED AT 5 PER CENT. PER ANNUM. Apply Direct as we have no Agents. Hayes Buildings, The Hayes, Cardiff. THE BARRY CENTRAL AUCTION ROOMS AND ESTATE OFFICES, 73, HOLTON ROAD, BARB.ST DOCK. MR. EDWARD REES, AUCTIONEER AND VALUER, HOUSE, LAND, ESTATE, EMIGRATION AND INSURANCE AGENT, MORTGAGE, PROPERTY, FINANCE BUSINESS TRANSFER BROKER, ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR. (ESTABLISHED 1877). Agent for the Largest Property Owners in the District. Rents Collected and Property Managed. Prompt Settlements. WEEKLY SALES OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE WORKS OF ART, TRADESMEN'S SUR PLUS STOCK, and Other Effects, con ducted at his spacious Auction RaOtn3 as above and Advances made upon same if desired. Whole or Part Houses of Furniture Purchased and Sales held noon Premises if preferred, Insurances of all Kinds effected in the best known Offices. Agent for Messrs Majors Bridgwater Prize Meddl Bricks, Tiles, Crests, &c. Highest References. Bankers Lloyd's Bank, Barry Dock, N B. Several Grand Bargains in Occupied Shop, Villa, and Cottage Property. Bargains in Furniture may be had by Private Sale a.t any time at Auction Roo: Privat- Address OAK VILLA-, HpLTON ROAD BARRY DOCK PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, executed with neatness and despatch, at the. Barry Dock News Offices, Holton-road, Barry Docks.
LOCAL CRICKET. DINAS POWIS V. WHITCHURCH. The return match between the above clubs was played on Saturday last at Wiiitchureh. The first meeting resulted in a decissvo win for Dinas Powia, but on Saturday the visitors found the homesters strongly represented, and the tables were turned by no fewer than 47 runs. Whitchurch batted first, and. profiting by mistakes in the field, com- piled the respectable score of 92 runs. The visitors, however, gave an exhibition unworthy of their past performances, and were speedily dis- missed for 45 runs. Scores:—Whitchurch: C. Vyvyan-Robinson, b Morgan, 10 H. Cotton, b Collins, 3 F. Richards, c Rooney, b Waters, 22 C. F. Bowden, c Morgan, b Waters, 14; W. Richards, b Collins, 0; M. Hussey, 1. b. W., b Collins, 0; H. Fisher, b Collins, 7 J. Foxall, b Coliins, 14 R. Meredith, not out, 9 Salmon, b Waters, 1; Phillips, c Rooney, b Waters, 2; extras, 10; total, 92. Dh'mh Poiuis: B. T, Pomeroy, c Foxall, b Meredith, 7 H. Waters, c Foxall, b Fisher, 10 H. F. Boyd, c Foxall, b Meredith, 0 J. H. Morgan, b Hussey, 4 L. C. Rooney, c and b Meredith, 1 R G. Russell, c Phillips, b Meredith, 2 C. L. Ryder, b Fisher, 1; D. James, not out, JO F. L Swan, b Fisher, 0 W. James, b Meredith, 1 J. Collins (captain), b Foxall, 7 extras, 2 total, 45. BARRY -BOYS' BRIGADE V. ELY SCHOOLS (CARDIFF). This match was played at Ely in splendid weather on Saturday last, and ended in a win for Ely Schools by three runs. The visitors made a poor show. The following were the scores:- Brigade: H. Butler, b Carey, 3 B. Lewis, b Waites, 1 W. Finley, b Waites, 0; E. David, b Carey, 3 F. Barwell, b Waites, C J. David, b Waites, 0 F. Wakefield, b Carey, 1 A. Davies, b Waites, 0 F. Herbert, b Waites, 0 J. Nowelis, run out, 0; R. Grant, not out, 0; extras, 5; total, 13. Ely: S. Blenkinsopp, b Wakefield, 3 F. Wills, c E. David, b Wakefield, 1 E. Carey, I b.w., b Wakefield, 1; A. Day, b Wakefield, 0 W. Davies, b Wakefield, 2 A. Waites, c Nowelis, b E. David, 0; T. Adams, b E. David, 0; H. Wiltshire, b Wakefield, 3 U. Wills, st. Barwell, b E. David, 2; F. Barnell, st. Lewis, b Wakefield, 1; W. White, not out, 1 extras, 2 total, 16. BARRY ALPHAS V. ST. GERMAN'S (CARDIFF). -This match was played on Saturday last at the Romilly Park, Barry, and resulted in a win for the Alphas by 15 runs. The scores were as follows Alphas: T. Hale, b Whitford, 4; W. Ashley, c Howells, b.Whitford, 0 P. Williams, b Howells, 0: D. Lougher, b Howells, 5 E. Williams, b Whit- ford, 6 D. Donovan, c Whitford, b Howells, 12 J. Lewis, c Howells, b Meredith, 6 O. Williams, c Howells, b Meredith, 0 W. Williams, not out, 1 D. Thomas, c Cuff, b Howells, 0 E. Walters, c Gould, b Meredith, 1 extras, 4 total, 39. St. German's P. Howells, st Williams, b Lougher, 9 P. Kirk, b Hale, 0 G. N. Howells, b Ashley, 5 Rev — Whitford, c and b Hale, 1 T. Gloss, b Ashley, 0 A. Rees. b Hale, 1 P. Cuff, b Hale, 1 W. Meredith, c Lougher, b Ashley, 0 S. Campbell, b Ashley, 1 E. Werchert, not out, 2 W. Gould, b Ashley, 0 extras, 4 total, 24. BARRY 2ND v. ALPHA 2ND (CARDIFF).—This matched was played at Porthkerry Park un Satur- day last, and resulted in a win for the visitors by eight runs. Scores :—Barry 2nd W. Davies, b Williams, 0 I. Reece, b Williams, 3 J. Edwards (captain), b Williams, 3; G. Travers, c Aubrey, b Williams, 13; E. Tetlow, b Williams, 4 R. Williams, b Frazer, 0 W. Jones, b Frazer, 6 D. Jones, b Frazer, 0; J. Dimond, c Williams, b Frazer, 0 E. Willans, not out, 1 A. Howells, b Frazer, 0 extras, 3 total, 33. Alpha 2nd G. Simmons, c Jones, b Edwards, 7 T. Hole, run out, 2 W. Frazer, b Edwards, 5 A. Matthews, c Tetlow, b Edwards, 2; A. Aubrey, not out, 7 j M. Evans, b Tetlow, 1 C. Tombs, b Tetlow. 9 B. Williams, run out, 4 B. Hawood, c Edwards, b Tetlow, 2 E. Reece, c Travers, b Williams, 0 C. Coyne, run out, 0 extras, 2 total, 41. CADOXTON WEDNESDAY V. BARRY WINDSORS.— Played at Palmerstown on Wednesday last, and resulted in a win for the former by six runs and four wickets. Score: Wednesday, 57 runs for seven wickets Barry Windsors, 51. WYNDHAM VILLA v. GRAVING DOCK STARS.— Played on the ground of the former on Wednesday last, and ended in a victory for Wyndham Villa by three wickets and 45 runs. Score:—Wyndham Villa: J. Jeremiah, 6—(not out), 38 I. Morgan, 6—0; T. Owen, 0-3; J. Marshall, 4—0; J. Molineux. 0 A. Causer, 10—(not out), 9; A. Hinton (nQt out), 18-4; A. Marshall, 1—2; II. Davies, 15 E. Jones, 0 A. Hobbs, 0—6 extras, 12-13; total, 72-(for six wickets), 75, 147. Graving Dock Stars: J. Gregory, 1—1; T. Freize, 2—3 G. Gardiner, 20-0 J. Hopkins, 0-2 W. Phillips, 3-0 D. Williams, 0-1; W. Williams, 2-11 W. Abbot, 5-9; A. Cleak, 0—0; D. Stone (not out), 0—0 A. Stock, 7— (not out) 5 extras, 11-10; total, 60—42,102. TO MORROW'S FIXTURES. BARRY BOYS' BRIGADE V. EAST MOORS WESLJEYANS (CARDIFF),—This league match will be played on Dinas Powis Common train leaves Barry at 2.12 p.m. Brigade team:—D. Lewis (captain), J. David, E. David, B. W. Lewis, J. II. Butler, W. Finley, F. Barwell, F. Wakefield, A. Davies, D. Grant, and G. Sanders. Reserves— J. Abraham and F. Herbert. DINAS POWIS C.C. v. NEWPORT EXTRAS.—To be played at Dinas Powis wickets to be pitched at 2.45 p. m. sharp. The following will represent Dinas Powis :—J. Coliins (captain), H. Waters, R. G. Russell, J. H. Morgan, A. Black, B. T. Pomeroy, D. James, H. Peach, L. C. Rooney, J. Leatherland, and W. J. Blainey. Reserves— G. E. Wessendorff and H. F. Boyd.
ARRIVAL OF THE BARRY LIFEBOAT. The "John Wesley" Lifeboat, the gift of the Wesleyan Methodists to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, has arrived at its new station at Barry, amd the formal opening will probably take place on Monday, the 29th instant. Lieutenant Hole, R.N., attended a meeting of the Barry Lifeboat Committee on Wednesday afternoon last, and arrangements were made for the opening ceremony, as well as for providing for additional facilities for the accomodation of the boat at the Barry Station. Mr Evau Owen is the coxswain.
A QUART OF DELICIOUS CUSTARD FREE. It is a long time since we have been so delighted with an article of food as we have been recently with a custard made from" Eiffel Tower Custard Powder. It is simply perfect, and we advise every lover of Custards to try it at once. We recommend it simply and solely for its excellence, at the same time we cannot understand how the makers can produce for a penny a packet sufficient to make a quart. You can doubtless get it from your grocer, but we understand that Messrs Foster, Olatk, and Co.. 1,003, Eiffel Tower Factory, Maidstone (who are also manufacturers of the famous Eiffel Tower" Lemonade) will send sufficient, to make a quart free on receipt of a post card.
BASE-BALL AT BARRY. In connection with the Conservative Club and Institute, Station-street, Barry Docks, a base-ball club has been established, and Mr Sam. Andrews, a veteran at the game and a former member of the Cardiff Club, has been appointed its first captain. There is plenty of scope for the forma- tion of an excellent club at Barry, and the committee are anxious that the members ,hould turn out regularly to practice, so that the team may become worthy of the town. A match will be played at Cardiff on Saturday next between the Barry and Grangetown Conservative Base- ball Clubs.
HALL lUGHTS BESEBYED.1 AD RlETTA: OR. GRANDFATHER'S HEIRESS. BY MARY KYLE DALLAS- "When will she come?" repeated the invalid. Oh, when will she come 1" She is coming," said the doctor, I hear tlio carriage." She is not coming," said Mr. Brandon. "She is far away. I feel it-I know it. My heart tolls me so." In a moment you shall have her in your arms," said the doctor and summoning Ben, he hurried downstairs. The carriage had driven to the door. It stoarl therewith closed doors. On the box sat the family coachman, who did not stir. He held the rehis, but his head was bent down upon his bosom. "Dick!" cried the doctor. Dick made no answer. The doctor ran dawn the steps and opened the car- riage door. There was no one within. Dick cried doctor Jeffrys, answer m3. Did the train arrive safeiy 1 Dick descended from the carriage slowly. The lantern one of the servants held showed that his eyes were dull and his face flushed. He staggered and supported himself against the garden gate. A strong smelUof liquor was diffused from his person. "Answer, Dick cried the doctor. "Train's all right," muttered Dick, stupidly. And Miss Grevel did not come on it f" asked the doctor. Miss Grevel did como on it," replied the coach, man. Master's granddaughtar cams. She's in the carriage." There is no one here, Dick," said the doctor. "Man, you'vj been drinking." Doctor," replied Dick, I know I seem so, but it was just one glass, I don'tunclerstandit; and oh, dear, I'm so sick. But the lady is all. right, she is in the carriage." Good God cried the doctor. Sober your- self." I can't, doctor I'm very sick," said Dick, reel. ing forward. "I swear miss got into the carriage. She's there—no, she isn't. How did she get away ? Where is she ? And almost before the words were out of his, mouth, he staggered forward and fell to the grouud helpless and insensible. The doctor bent over h irn. "This man is not simply intoxicate," ho said, lie has been drinking drugged liquor." CHAPTER XIII. ARE YOU ADJtlETTA GltEVEL ? As cook left the church in a hurry to get lioina and see that the dinner was all right, soma ona stepped up behind her and said, Weil, Mrs. Cook, what a privilege these afternoon services are. lam sure you find them so; I never miss you from them, though, I am sorry to say, our house is not very well represented here." Goodness 1" cried cook, turning. How you did scare me, Mr. Fox, speaking to mo so sudden. Beg pardin' for not seein' you beforo and inakin my manners. And as for the services, Mr. Fox, a3 you was so condescending as to mention to mo in that affable way of yours, yes sir, thank yon, I feel them a great privilege, and I only wish 1 could see rny fellow-servants in the same frame of mind. And how is it I didn't see you, sir, lookV out for you as I did, knowin' you'd come if you couid on si c I an occasion." I was rather late," said Mr. Fox, and I think it wrong to disturb divine service, so I sat down in one of the free seats." Oh What a saint you are, to be sure, sir," s: id cook, with tears of something very like adoration in her eyes. There's them that ain't half so well off and high up as you are, sir, that wouldn't bo seen in the free seats. Oh, you are a pious gentleman, sir, and its a privilege to live in such a family." And cook, overwhelmed by the fact that Mr. Fox continued to walk beside and converse with her, smiled and courtesicd and turned the prayer book in her hands, now up and now down, and settled her shawl and remembered a story her English grand- mother used to tell her, of how the Duke of Daffo- tlowndilly fell in love with and married a protty housemaid. And the road homeward seemed as nothing to her, as she remarked when the gates came in view. Such conversation as yours, sir, passes time so wonderful. But sir," cried cook, the next moment, what's the matter? Ther's the carriage and the folks all about it and somebody lying on-the ground. Oh I hope the horses hasn't run away with Miss tui 1 killed her. I hope not, I hope not," said Mr. Fox, and the two hurried together to join the little group gathcred about the insensible coachman. What is the matter ? what has happened ? asked Simon, in an anxious voice. "This man has been drugged, and some one has taken your cousin from the coach in which lie was driviug her home, said Dr. Jeffrytf. Impossible said Shnon. That was his account of the affair before lie quite lost his senses," said the doctor. Then," said Simon, with all. (llle deference to your opinion, doctor, I think that you will discover the truth to be, that Dick has not been to the sta- tion at all, and that my poor little cousin is still waiting there. Dick has been .going to the tavern rather too often of lato, and feared -it would end in this way. Does my uncle know what is be- lieved 1 I have not told bur. yot," said the doctor. Ah, then, pray don't until wo can send and dis- cover the truth," said Simon. Don't alarm dear uncle unnecessarily." "If ever there was akind considerate gentleman 1" said eook, looking skyward. It is possible you are right," said Dr. Jeffrys. At least about Mies Grevel, but who will ride over ? "—he paused, interrupting the sentence with, There comes the stage. The driver will know if there is any one waiting for llS. Here, Mr. Cherry, MY. Cherry." The driver, a rosy-faced man, nodded and smiled, and stopped his horses. Any one for us at the station, Mr. Cherry ? asked the doctor. Yes, there was, and hero, they be," replied Mr. Cherry. I fetched 'cm along safe. What's the matter there ? Dick is taken sick," said the doctor, That's why he didn't fetch your folks, then," lie said Mr. Cherry. "But here they be s8,fe." And as the driver spoke, a gentleman jumped down and assisted a young lady to alight. -By Jove, it's G'rcsham," said the doctor. By the mercy oE heaven," replied Mr. Gresham, advancing. I never hoped to see you again, I thought my time had come. I trust I am not too lato," he added after a slight pause. Mr. Brandon is no worse," said the doctor. God be praised," said Mr. Gresham. "And here, Doctor JeftVyS, is our dear Miss Grevel, who has borne her trials bravely, I assure you. Ship- wreck, starvation, the presence of death. Miss Adrietta, this is your grandfather's physician, and yonder is your cousin, Mr. Simon Fox. I am telling them how brave you are," lie added in French. I am very 'appv," said Eve yn, with an elegant inclination ot the-hoad, to meet YOll." The doctor advanced extending both Jiis hancl^.
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BARRY PLUMBING CLASS. SPECIMENS OF STUDENTS' WORK. In the current issue of the Plumber and Decorator appears an interesting article and por- trait of the Barry Plumbing Class. In the course of the article it was stated :—Although by no means a large town, Barry (Glam.) has some big-' ideas in matters of elementary and technical education, and has for some considerable time been the Mecca of surrounding School Boards, &c., in search of up-to-date teachers and instructors in the various departments. Barry is also well ahead in matters appertaining to the plumbers' craft, and is said to have a larger percentage of registered men than any other town. We take more than ordinary pleasure, therefore, in giving this month an illustration of a portion of the work turned out by the students and teachers at the Barry Plumbing Class during the last session, and we think it will be admitted that the result compares very favourably with many of the specimens produced by students in some of our larger towns. Upon reference it will be noted that nearly all branches of work connected with the art and science of plumbing are represented- lead bossing, covering and burning, trap-making, pipe-bending and jointing of all descriptions, as well as one or two novelties in the form of a 4- inch trap made from a strip of lead 8^-inch wide, hollow bossed heads, vases, &c. and also the test pieces given in the local practical examination held by the City and Guilds of London Institute last year. Mr E. B. Sawyer, R.P. (silver medallist, Worship- ful Company of Plumbers hon. medallist, City and Guilds of London Institute), contributed the very excellent photograph which accompanied the article. Mr Sawyer may justly claim no small amount of credit for the success of the Barry Plumbing Class and is to be complimented upon the able manner in which he has always carried out his duties as a teacher. Any of our readers desirous of having an enlarged photograph of the illustration should write to Mr Sawyer, 91, Porthkerry-road, Barry.
BARRY SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION DEMONSTRATION. ¡ About 2,000 Sunday scholars of the Barry district will take part in a monster demonstration on Wednesday next, under the auspices of the Barry Sunday School Union. The demonstration, led by three bands, will leave Wyndham-street at 2 p.m.; and the procession will pass along Court- road, Holton-road, and Buttrills-road to a field near Holton Farm (kindly lent by Mr John Thomas for the occasion), where tea will be served to the whole of the scholars taking part. After tea an attractive programme of sports, including obstacle and flat races, skipping competitions, &c., will be gone through, and the band will play at intervals/d uring the afternoon. Refreshments will be supplied to the public at moderate charges, and having sung unitedly the National Anthem, the procession will leave the field at 8.15, The public will be admitted to the field on pay- ment of twopence children under fourteen, one penny. The day 8ohools of the district will be closed for the occasion.
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YSGOL SUL SEION, CADOXTON. Y mae enw Dr Aaron Davies erbyn hyn yn enw teuluaidd drwy holl Gymru, ac fel y crybwyllwyd yngholofnau y Barry Dock News yr wythnoa ddiweddaf, darfu i'r Doctor a Mrs Davies y llynedd roddi gwledd o de a bara brith i'r oil yrngeiswyr yn yr Arholiad Sirol perthynol i'r ysgol uchod er eu calonogi, ac hefyd fel anogaeth i eraill. Da genym weled fod ei amcanion wedi eu cyraedd drwy fod nifer fawr yn ychwanegol wedi sefyll yr arholiad, ac mewn canlyniad darfu i'r Doctor eleni roddi gwledd o de a ffrwythau i'r holl ysgol, a golygfa hardd oedd gweled y I byrddau yn neuadd "Seioh" wedi eu ham- gylchynu gan hen bobl a phlant, bechgyn a merched o bob oedran, brydhawn Dydd Mercher, y 3ydd cyfisol. Dyma wledd eleni eto, Wedi ei rhoddi gan 'r un Gwr; Ac mae 'rhoddwr, fel yr afon, 'N Ilifo'n ddistaw a distwr. Cafwyd te ardderchog llynedd, Ond nid tebig oedd i hwn; Nid yw te a bara currants I'w gydmaru a fruit fel hwn. Gwasanaethwyd wrth y byrddau gan Mrs Thomas Williams, Vere-street; Miss Maggie Davies, Main-street; Miss Cassie Evans, Vere- street; Miss Fanny S. Jenkins, Biglis Farm; Miss Emily Harries, a Mrs Wright. Darparwr y lluniaeth ydoedd Mr John Thomas, Golden Key. Ar ol i bawb gael eu diwallu o'r danteithion hyfryd, cafwyd gwledd i'r meddwl mewn cyfarfod cyhoeddus a gynhaliwyd yn y capel, pryd llywyddwyd gan y Parch Aaron Davies, D.D., yn cael ei gynorthwyo gan y Parch William Williams, bugail yr eglwys. Ar ol canu ag adrodd gan y plant ag eraill, cynygiodd Mr Daniel Evans, ac eiliwyd gan Mr Evan Thomas, blaenoriaid yr eglwys, bleidlais o ddiolchgarwch i'r Doctor am ei haelioni digyffelyb, ei waithgarwch diflino, a'i garedigrwydd diderfyn. Siaradwyd ymhellach gan y Meistri John Williams, John T. Davies (blaenoriaid), Thomas Williams, William Jones, William Williams, a D. J. Morris. Ar ol hyn cafwyd anercbiad farddonol gan Mr John Thomas (Glanwyre). Mewn atebiad dywedodd y Doctor .ae y tal goreu allasau ef gael ydoedd gweled yr ysgol yn myned eto ar gynydd mown gweith-, garweh y flwyddyn han.-W.J. D.
BAZAAR AT BARRY DOCK ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHAPEL. A bazaar was held at the English Congregational Chapel, Tynewydd-road, Barry Docks, on Wednesday last, being opened by Alderman J. C. Meggitt, J.P., of Barry, who said he was greatly interested in the work of this church. He was glad to find that its good work was appreciated not only at Barry, but also in other districts.—On the motion of the Rev J. Mydyr Evans, the pastor of the church, a hearty vote of thanks was accorded to Alderman Meggitt for performing the opening ceremony. The taste- fully arranged stalls were heavily laden with useful and fancy articles, and during the afternoon and evening musical selections were rendered by Miss F. Dure, Miss M. A. Powell, Mr W. G.Rogers, &c. A hat-trimming competition for gentlemen, and a pencil-sharpening contest by ladies, created a great deal of amusement and interest. The following were the stallholders Fancy Stall.—Mrs Mydyr Evans, Miss Barstow, Miss Richards, and Miss Gear. Drapery Stall.-Mrs Pugh, Mrs Saunderson, Mrs Thomas, and Miss Davies. Plain Stall.-Mrs Dure and Mrs Michael. Fruit and Flower Stall.- Mrs Burrough, Mrs E. Rees, Mrs James, and Miss Paul. Refreshment Stall.—Mrs Howells, Mrs Dure, Mrs Bilson, Mrs Rogers, and Mrs Newman. Variety Stall,—Mrs J. E. Evans and the Misses Williams. Ice Cream.—Miss E. Paul and Miss Gale. Bran Di Thomas, Miss Dure, and Miss Gladys Rees. Phonograph.—Mr II. Saunderson. Galvanic Battery,—Mr W. Gough Rogers. Miss Rowledge was in charge of the tableaux, and the exhibitions were under the supervision of Mr J. E. Evans, Mr J. W. Lennox, and Master Alfred Evans..
THE VOLUNTARY HOSPITAL, BARRY DOCKS. One fresh patient has been admitted, and one sent out convalescent, since our last issue. Eleven are now in under treatment. Seventy men, women, and children have been treated in this little Hospital this year, whose doors are open night and day for receiving for treatment sick, poor men, women, and children suffering from non-contagious diseases, or injuries of any kind. It appeals for every one's help. Can any Christian refuse ? Will any one in the district who would like to help in getting up the Fancy Dress Bazaar in aid of the building fund send in their names and addresses at once ? It is arranged for October 8th and 9th. The Major and Mayoress, Lady Eva, and Colonel Quin, M.P., Mr and Mrs John Cory, Mrs Insole, etc., are among the patrons. A penny raffle in aid of the funds of the Voluntary Hospital will be held (D.V.) Monday, July 15th 25 tickets, 2s 50 tickets, 4s. Prizes :— A side of bacon, pair of chickens, five o'clock tea- cloth, "New Dorothy" cake, pickled tongue, handsomely-dressed doll, tin of tea, silver-mounted pipe, pair of ducks, and leather purse. Duplicates and unsold tickets to be returned by Saturday, July 13th. Duplicates not returned on that day will be disqualified. AMY EVANS, Secretary and Superintendent.
I VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE. 11TH COMPANY. 2ND GLAMORGAN VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY. COMPANY ORDERS.—Drills for the week com- mencing July 17th, 1901:—Monday and Wednesday —Gun and Recruit Drill. Tuesdav and Thursday -Band Practice. Friday — Marching order for inspection by Company's Commanding Officer. Hour of Drill, 7.30 to 8.30 p.m. Non-commissioned Officers on duty for ensuing week, Sergeant Whitburn, Corporal Jordan, and Bombardier Ivins.-—(Signed), S. A. BRAIN, Captain commanding 11th Company, 2nd G.V.A., Barry Docks.
« We have been very anxious about you, ivlisj Adrietta," he said, laboriously pumping from the depths of his memory a. literal ua r- Iation of these words into the native language of the girl before him, who replied volubly. But Simon Fox, whose astonishment was too intense for words, found it hard to summon up his usual manner. "Can't beIV feeli iig jealous of his uncle's heiress, I suppose," raid the doctor to himself There has been a great deal of anxiety," said he, but curiously enough, Mr. Brandon did not share it. lie insisted that his niece had not sailed on the Penelope. He said he was sure of it, posi. tively sure. Between you and me, I am a little afraid of our old frienu's brain, Gresham." Don't say that, pray don't say that," pleaded the old secretary. Good heavens, I cannot harbour the idea." Meanwhile Simon was staring at Evelyn Jarbeau, and that experienced woman read in his face a doubt of her identity. Consequently she smiled np m him brilliantly, and said "Of course my cousin speaks French." "Yes," said Simon, finding it very hard work not to add And who are you? and how do you come here ? I must find out if he has ever been in Franco, she said to herself. "You speak French so well, I believe you have ¡ lived a long time in Paris," said she. But Simon was wary. How long must one reside there to sny 'ani' like a native ? be asked, remembering that he had only used that word. Oh, it is a great test, that little I oi, said Evelyn Jarbeau. English people usually say 'i.fee,' and she laughed; and as she laughed she gave him a look. Explain to Miss Adrietta that I am going to prepare her grandfather for his meeting with her," said the doctor, finding it impossible to gather enough French for this speech. Then he hurried upstairs. Now, my dear friend, be calm," said he. I am as cool as a cucumber," said Mr. Brandon. "Some one lui3 arrived," said the doctor. Who is it, doctor 1" asked Mr. Brandon. "Mr. Gresham and your granddaughter, M'ss Adrietta Grevel," said the doctor, cautiously pansing between each word. Impossible said Mr. Brandon. "But I assure you she is here, and is below await- ing your welcome." I do not feel as though that were true," said Mr. Brandon. "But I assure you," said the doctor. Is it possible ?" said Mi". Brandon. "Then bring her here, and my good Gresham also. I suppose I cannot realise it all at once." Come in, Gresham," said the doctor. Mr. Gresham entered and grasped Mr. Brandon's out. stretched hand. I know you would come back, Gresham," said Mr. Brandon, and glad enough I am to see you and I am not going to die, eithei". And have ou really brought me my little Adrietta ? She is below, sir," said Gresham, and a very handsome and sprightly young lady, a3 well as a very courageous one, indeed." "And s he is here and I have not that inward knowledge of her presence I hoped to have. Mv heart: does not expand, my arms do not involun- tarily open to embrace her," said Mr. Brandon. •'You see," signalled the doctor to Mr. Gresham. Perhaps we are a little fanciful in said Gresham. "When you see her all that will come." Of course," said Mr. Brandon, of course. Send the dear child to me." Mr. Gresham stepped into the hall and offered Evelyn his arm. The girl had been left there and was doing her best to listen, but her knowledge of English was too limited to permit her to understand her grand- father's words. Now she entered geucly, and with a timid air, standing in the shadow, and experiencing the tenor which must assail an impostor at every now step. Come to me, Adrietta," said Mr. Brandon. "Dear grandpapa," cried Evelyn, w th a thoatri. cal demonstration of eagerness, and tripping brace- fully to the bedside. As ho looked into the girl's face, a sudden ciiiii seemed to run through Mr. Brandon's frame. His face flushed, he offered no kiss nor embrace. Are you Adrietta Grevel ? he asked. Yes, grandpapa," responded Evelyn. You do not resemble your mother." "No," said Evelyn. "I looklike my poor father." Put back the curtain, Ben," said Mr. Brandon to his nurse. Let me have a look at yon, child No, no you are not like Margaret." Ali, no But I hope oLt Evelyn. See, grandpapa, here is your kind letter. You said you would lovo me. I cannot help not being as handsome as mamma." You are an extremely handsome woman," said Mr. Brandon, coldly; "but I thought you would bo very different. Yes, th s is my letter. Yon havo also a letter from Mr. Gresham." Evelyn handed it to him. "I lost, everything else, grandpapa," she "I was ill a boat-a little boat—without food or water, days. But I only saved these and your letters to momma and some of papa's. Madame Andrews bought mo such nice dresses. Here .is the nice letter you wrote to her, teHing her to g-cfc mo everything I asked for. It was so kind, so good of you, for I had been very poor. I was quite alone after dear mamma died. All that was IJought is in the sea; the fishes havo eaten everything but me and these letters. But- t do not care," said Evelyn, assuming a gentle, con- fiding air, I have a good grandpapa, who will give me all I need." "Yes," said Mr. Brandon, still more coldly "yon shall have all the fine clothes you want. Those lcttol's prove you are my granddaughter, but yon will answer me a few questions. Your mother •—my daughter—describe her to me." Evelyn, who llad so orton seen Madame Grevel, found no difficulty in doing so, even to a lis t'o brown mole on the Indy's cheek. She knew all the particulars of her death and of h2r toilsome life after widowhood. Suddenly §he remembered something she had heard Madame Grevel say one day, during the time she was 11,3r maid. Mamma said she once embroidered a portrait of her mother in silk," she said. "A profile view, and that you liked it so well that you framed it." No one could have known that. but Margaret herself," said the old man sadly. There, Adrietta', kiss me and go to your ro >m. 'I am not strong, you know, and you must not stay long. Ask for any- thing you need." Thank you, dear grandpapa," said Evelyn, qii.io content. She kissed his hand and ran out of the room, and the servants served her as though she had been a princess. Sho was triumphant, happy, I without fear. She had risked a great deal, Inn sho had iron. She could oven afford to think pitying.y of Adrietta, lying as she supposed in the far away French cemetery. "I did you no wrong, after all, Petite," she said to herself. "We can carry nothing of this \1'1(;'8 goods with us to heaven, so they tell us. It's hard for yon, but oil, it is so good tor nlJ, you poor little dead woman." Meanwhile,-in his own room, Mr. Brandon, utterly cast down, grasped his friend's hand. "Pity me, Jeffrys," he said. I have hoped so much and I have been such an idiot. T adored my ideal Adrietta, and now I have seen her I cannot lovo her. To be frank with you, I detest- her, Jeffrys. My little girl wns to be a go-ritl, modest, loving child. Her tetter soemc-d to confirm my hope. This that lias come to mo is n hard, cold woman. I read, I know not what of Parisian cxp rionoo, in her big, black eyes, in her straight nose, and her thin mouth, with the down of a moustache above it. Sh9 is handsome, but in a stylo I detest." Gresham, who had conducted the young lady to the housekeeper, II h) was now overwhelming her with attentions, re-entered at this juncture. His account of his search for Adrietta and his conversa- tion with the landlady, and also of the removal of her trunk from the garret she had occupied, an affair which he had personally superintended, was most business-like. (To be continued).