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LOCAL CRICKET. BARRY 2NDS v. BARRY ISLAND.-Thill match was played on the ground of the former on Satur- day last, and ended in a win for the Seconds by nine runs. For the winners, J. Edwards bowled well, taking five wickets for 15, and E. Willans batted splendidly for 15. Scores Barry 2nds- E. Willans, c Dainton, b G. Grogan, 15 J. Harris, b G. Grogan, 10 H. Owen, c Davies, b G. Grogan, 3 B. Medcroft, b F. Grogan, 1; W. Davies, c G. Grogan, b F. Grogan, 0; R. Williams, b F. Grogan, 0; J. Reece, c F. Grogan, be G. Grogan, 7; A. Attwood, c and b G. Grogan, 7; T. Jones, b F. Grogan, 1 W. Jones, not out ?!; J. Edwards, c James, b F. Grogan, 1; extras 0 total 47. Barry Island-F. Grogan, c Attwood, b Owen, 17; H. Forbes, b Edwards, 0; T. Davies, b Edwards, 0 R. James, run out 3 J. McLennan, c Attwood, b Edwards, 6 F. Woods, not out 4 S. Attwood, b Owen, 3 G. Grogan, b Edwards, 4 B. Lewis, b Owen, 0; A. Dainton, l.b.w. b Owen, 0; A. German, c Davies, b Edwards, 0 extras 1; total 38.
CADOXTON-BARRY. THE LATE MR J. STEVENS.—A memorial service was held at the Church Mission, Cadoxton, on Sunday evening last, and during the sermon Mr G. F. Willett, who conducted the service, made a feeling reference to the death of Mr J. Stevens, Jenner-street, one of the sidesmen and active members of the mission. UP-TO-DATE TAILORING.—Before buying your Bummer suit, be sure to see LLOYD AND COMPANY'S grand range of cloths for the coming season, which for style, combined with low prices, defy competition, Perfect fitting trousers from 7/11, fashionable tweed suits from 27/6, royal navy serge suits, 34/6. Grand ranges of juvenile suits from 1/11 to 21/ All garments cut by men of experience, and made up under their personal supervision, thus ensuring good fit and workman- ship. A trial order solicited.—LLOYD AND CO., 72, Holton road, Barry Docks and 89 and 93 Main-street, Cadoxton-Barry.
BARRY DOCKS. CAPTAIN AND MRS. McNEELY.-The friends of Captain and Mrs McNeely, of the ship Monkbarns, will be interested to know that they arrived safely at San Francisco on the 21st instant. SPIRITUALISM. — At the Regent Hall, Barry Docks, On Tuesday evening last, Mr G. H. Bibbings, Bootle, delivered a lecture on The Rev W. T. Lee and Spiritualism and Spiritualists." The chair was occupied by Mr E. Adams, Cardiff. DAVID BEVAN, of 274, Holton-road, still con. tinues to supply all kinds of Fresh Fish daily fresh stock of Greengrocery and Fruit always on hand. All orders in any part of the district will receive D.B.'s prompt attention. Fried Fish Chips every evening at 278, Holton-road, near the corner of Jewel-street. SPIRITUALISM, REGENT HALL, REGENT-STREET. -Services are held every Sunday at 3 and 6.30 p.m. On Sunday evening next, at 6.30, the usual service will be held, when Mr E. S. G. Mayo, of Cardiff, will give a trance address. All are earnestly invited, BARRY FORWARD MOVEMENT (PRESBYTERIAN), MERTHYR-STREET HALL.—Services next Sunday at 7.30 and 11 a.m., and 6.30 p.m. Preacher, Pastor O. Rees. Monday, Preaching Service, 7.30 p.m. Children's Services, Sunday, at 11 a.m., 2.30 and 6.30 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, 6.30 p.m. Open every week-evening; hearty welcome. Sankey's hymns. All seats free. ENTERTAINMENT AT THE FORWARD MOVEMENT HALL.—A yonng people's miscellaneous entertain- ment was held at the Presbyterian Forward Movement Hall, Merthyr-street, Barry Docks, on Monday evening last, in aid of the Sunday school memorial stone fund. Mr Heath occupied the chair. An attractive programme was taken part in by Mrs Sutton, Miss M. Davies, Messrs A. W. Sutton, G. Waters and — Matthewf, abort addresses by the Chairman, and selections by Mr Matthews' Party and Mr Palmer's Party. The entertainment was a most successful one. The accompanist was Miss Napper, L.R.A.M., of Cardiff; and the secretarial duties were carried out by Miss E. James and Mr Arthur E. Davies. SPRING AND SUMMER.-In taking this oppor- tunity of thanking our numerous patrons for their past patronage, we beg to call their attention to our New Patterns of Royal Navy Blue Serge Suitings, which are unequalled for value and durability. A very large selection of all the newest patterns in suitings, Scotch and West of England tweeds, striped and fancy trouserings to suit all ages, which for style and quality surpass anything previously offered. Fit and first class workmanship gnaranteed.- Address :—LLOYD AND COMPANY, 89 and 93, Main- street, Cadoxton and 72, Holton-road, Barry Docks, PRIMITIVE METHODISM.-The Sunday School Anniversary in connection with Pyke street Primitive Methodist Church took place on Sunday last, when Mr R. Hull preached both morning and evening. A service was held in the afternoon, and a programme of sacred selections, dialogues, solos, and recitations, was gone through in a creditable manner by the Sunday scholars. Mr Mayne, Holton-road, presided. The singing was under the condactorehip of Mr S. Draper, and Master H. Draper presided at the organ. There was a good attendance at the services. The collections during the day were in aid of the Sunday school funds. ENGLISH BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVER- SARY.—The eleventh Sunday school anniversary will be held at Holton-road English Baptist Chapel, Barry Docks, on Sunday next, when the the Rev David Davies, of Brighton, will occupy the pulpit both morning and evening. In the afternoon a children's service, consisting of dialogues, recitations, and singing will be held. The Rev David Davies, who is an eminent preacher- lecturer, will also address the meeting; and Mr W. J. Flower will preside. The conductor of the singing will be Mr T. S. Williams and Mr G. Rogers, the organist. Collections will be made at each meeting, in aid the Sunday school funds. On Monday evening, at 7.30., the Rev David Davies will deliver his popular lecture, entitled The Whims and Oddities of John Bull," when Mr Gwyn Morris, H.B., BL., will occupy the chair. On Wednesday evening a miscellaneous entertain- ment will be given by the scholars and friends, when Mr A. C. Able. Cardiff, will take the chair. Admission in each instance, adults 6d, children 3d.
BARRY. BARRY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.—Services next Sunday at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Sunday School, 2.30 p.m. Preacher-Rev Professor Parry Williams, of Trevecca. BARRY ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH,— Services will be held next Sunday in the New Hall at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Sunday School at 2.30 p.m. QUOITS.—The chosen team of the Barry Quoit Club visited Ton Ystrad, on Saturday last, and had an engagement with the home club, a pleasant game resulting in a victory for Ton, Barry's first defeat this season. W. G. EASTABROOK, 5, Broad-street, Barry, Practical Piano, Organ, &c., Tuner and Repairer (late Manager for Messrs Thompson and Shackell). Pianos and Organs supplied on easy terms of payment or at lowest possible prices for cash. WESLEYAN ANNIVERSARY. — The Rev Wesley Guard, of Belfast, preached special sermons at Barry Wesleyan Chapel on Sunday last on the occasion of the Sunday school anniversary. There were large congregations. In the afternoon a children's service was held, when Mr W. Davies, the superintendent of the Sunday school, presided. On Monday evening, the Rev Wesley Guard delivered a lecture on Gideon Ouseley, the great Irish missionary." Mr T. P. Thomas occupied the chair. DEAR SIR,-In taking this opportunity. of thanking you for past support, we beg to remind you that our stock is now replete with all the latest styles for the coming season. The selection contains a full assortment of all the newest shades in suits in fancy tweeds, which will be much worn during the coming season also the latest styles in Scotch and West of England suit- ings, and trouserings. We respectfully solicit a trial order, which shall at all times have our careful and prompt attention.—Addresses LLOYD AND Co., 89 and 93, Main-street, Cadoxton and 72, Holton-road, Barry Docks.
LL ANT WIT MAJOR.
LL ANT WIT MAJOR. SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION.-The election of the above board took place on Wednesday week last, when the result was as follows :—Elected—Rev O. Davies (B.), 303; Rev Henry Morris (vicar), 238; Mr John Deere (Ch.), 170; Rev Marchant Lewis (M.), 158; Miss Gertrude Williams (Ch.), 152.. Non-elected — Mr Thomas Morgan, 77 Colonel Joseph Gaskell, 76.
PLEASE SEND. 50, Libra-road, Roman-road, Bow, London, E. Dear Sir,-Please send me another 4/6 bottle of Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters. I have been suffering from nervousness and debility, and have tried many remedies before, but have never known a specific so remarkable in its effects as Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters, It seems to build up the exhausted nervous system by a slow cumulative process, which imparts force and vitality to all the organs of life. I consider it of inestimable valqe to all nervous iutferers Yours, &c., M. J. VAUGHAN.
LORD SALISBURY. [BY MR. J. A. LOVAT FRASER.] A favourite topic with the lower class of Radical politicians is the supposed influence of the Cecil family in the present Administration." The Hotel Cecil, Limited," and other feeble nick- names, are applied by feeble orators to the Unionist Ministry because of the number of Lord Salis- bury's relatives who are included within its membership. Lord Salisbury is Premier. His nephews, Arthur and Gerald Balfour, are respec- tively First Lord of the Treasury and President of the Board of Trade. His son-in-law, Lord Sel- borne, is First Lord of the Admiralty while his eldest son, Lord Cranborne, is Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs. His son, Lord Hugh Cecil, and his nephew, Evelyn Cecil, are prominent members of the House of Commons. It is certainly remarkable that, in this democratic age, so many of the Premier's kinsmen should hold the positions they do, and the fact is a striking testimony of the ability of the Cecil family. All the personages mentioned, except Lord Salisbury himself, and Lord Selborne, are members of the House of Commons, chosen by the people, and have had to go through the rough and tumble of popular election. The gibes at the influence of the Cecil family are really a back-handed blow at the elec- torate itself, for it is the popular vote, and not any aristocratic influence, that has returned the Cecils and the Balfours to the House of Commons. It is worthy of mention that Lord Salisbury's ancestor, William Cecil, Earl of Burleigh, who was Queen Elizabeth's principal minister, was subjected to the same charge as the present premier. He was aecused of absorbing the government into his own hands, and making England regnum Cecilianum," a kingdom of the Cecils, Thus does history repeat itself I The remarkable ability of Lord Salisbury has long been recognised. He is one of those men who would have come to the front whatever his rank of life. The record of his early days is full of human interest. Born in 1830, he entered the House of Commons when twenty-three years of age, and remained there, first as Lord Robert Cecil and then as Lord Cranborne, till he was nearly forty, when he became Marquis of Salisbury. In 1857 he married in opposition to the wishes of his father. Sir Philip Sydney says, in one of his beautiful sonnets, that of all the Kings of England he most admired Edward IV., because he risked his kingdom to marry Lady Elizabeth Grey. Lord Salisbury risked his prospects to marry Miss Alderson. As so often happens, what seemed folly proved the highest wisdom. 1 think it is one of the characters of Dickens who says that some men get a fortune with their wives, and others a fortune in their wives. Lord Salisbury got the latter, but his marriage compelled him to make his own living. In his difficulty, he offered his services to his old Oxford friend, Thomas Hamber, the editor of the Morning Herald and of the Standard. Lord Salisbury's offer was accepted, and he became a working journalist. Leading article writers," says Mr Escott, of Lord Robert Cecil's calibre and varied acquirements and experiences, not common even to-day, were quite unknown on the London Press then. Knowledge is power in newspaper offices as elsewhere. The acquaintance with life the knowledge of the way in which history is made the insight into the motives of the men who make it; these, even more than their incisive diction, were the qualities which made Lord Robert Cecil's articles valuable. They largely helped to make the paper in which he wrote." Lord Salisbury was compelled to undergo the daily grind of journalism. He used to go regularly from his Piccadilly chambers to Shoe- lane to interview his editor with respect to the topic for daily treatment. It is said that Disraeli had Lord Salisbury in his mind when he depicted the character of Julian Ferrars in his romance of Endymion. Julian Ferrars, brilliant, haughty, reserved, industrious, still contrives, when straitened in his private circumstances, to supply his wife's wardrobe not less splendidly than in their prosperous days, out of the proceeds of his writing. Lord Salisbury's early years were years of labour, perhaps also of keen pecuniary anxiety. The late hours of the journalist, the hard work in the silence of the night, when other men are sleeping, these were familiar to the future premier, and must have done much to strengthen his character, and draw out his latent gifts. Lord Salisbury is a politician of the highest type, and absolutely free from the taint of the ambitious schemer. He reflects as much distinc- tion on his high office as his office does upon him. I don't believe that Salisbury is at all governed by political ambition," said Mr Gladstone on one occasion. I believe him to be perfectly honest, and I can never think of him unkindly since the day I first saw him, a bright boy in red petti- coats playing with his mother." Lord Salisbury is patriotic in the highest sense of the word. When Disraeli died, Lord Salisbury said in his funeral oration:—" Zeal for the greatness of England was the passion of his mind." The same might be said of Lord Salisbury himself. He served Queen Victoria as faithfully as his ancestor, Sir William Cecil, served Queen Elizabeth. He has the keenest appreciation of the responsibilities of his position. We are trustees of the British Empire," he has said. "We have received that trust with all its strength, all its glory, all its traditions and the one thing that we have to take care of is that we pass them on untarnished to our successors." Lord Salisbury is a man of the plainest and simplest life. The pageantry of power does not appeal to him. He hates social functions and ceremonies. As Mr Lucy has said, he would rather be a doorkeeper in the seclusion of Hatfield than dwell in the tents of London society. As a young politician he was noted for his dash and corribativeness. As Premier he has been equally conspicuous for caution. J. Russel Lowell once said that the phrase, a still strong man in a blatant land," reminded him of Lord Salisbury. As Foreign Minister he never allowed himself to be swayed from the course of wisdom by popular feeling. He never lost his head or played to the gallery. As a speaker he is caustic and witty, and has not spared even the members of his own party, when he thought they were wrong. When Disraeli supported the unfortunate and ill-advised Public Worship Regulation Act, Salisbury refused to follow his ehief, and it was then that Disraeli spoke of him as a great master of gibes and flouts and jeers." No motives of private interest have turned the Premier from the path which he believed to be the right one. While always a "consistent Tory, he has put country above party. He reminds one of Pope's lines on Trumbull- Honour unchanged, a principle profess'd, Fix'd to one side, but moderate to the rest.
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BRAVERY REWARDED AT BARRY.
BRAVERY REWARDED AT BARRY. Mr J. O. Davies presided over a large attendance of workmen of the Locomotive Department of the Barry Railway Company on Monday evening last, on the occasion of a presentation of a gold medal (suitably inscribed), and gold pin to Mr Charles Slater, a labourer in the employ of the department, for saving the life of a fellow-workman, James Foster, from drowning in the basin at Barry Docks on the 24th of May last, when the two men were walking along the dock gates, and Foster accidentally fell into the basin. Without hesita- tion Slater jumped into the water after his comrade, and after great difficulty and risk effected his rescue, but not before he had twice sank. The presentation was made B; Captain R. Davies, the dockmaster, who said, although he 'had been present at a large number of similar presentations, he always found the recipient to be a steady sober man. (Cheers). He trusted that all present would • learn to swim.—The Chairman having also spoken, Mr Slater suitably acknowledged the presentation. -Songs were rendered by Messrs J. Esau, W. Thomas, J. Evans, J. Dalton, D. Lewis, etc. We are pleased to understand that Captain Davies has laid the facts of the case before the Royal Humane Society in view of further recognition.
BARRY RAILWAY BILL,
BARRY RAILWAY BILL, The Barry Railway Bill, which has already been passed by the House of Lords, came on Monday last, as an unopposed measure before Mr Campion, one of the examiners of the House of Commons, for proof of compliance with the further standing orders. There was no opposition at this stage, and the necessary formal proofs having been given the examiner decided that the further standing orders had been duly complied with. The Bill will accordingly in due course be reported for second reading.
MISS JENNER AND THE NEW LORD…
MISS JENNER AND THE NEW LORD BUTE. The following telegram was sent by Miss Jenner to the Marquis of Bute on his birthday, from Wenvoe ;—" To the Most Noble the Marquis of Bute, Rothesay, N.B. Sincere congratulations to your Lordship and the family, and may the illustrious and beneficent character of your late father and grandfather, both so well known to me for over sixty years, be a forecast in your favour of an equally happy and prosperous life in private and public, under God's blessiner. — GERTKTJBE JENNER, spinster, The Ty-pica, Wenvoe Casble Manor Estate, Glamorganshire, January 21st, 1902."
VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE. 11TH COMPANY, 2ND GLAMORGAN ROYAL GARRISON VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY. COMPANY ORDERS.-Drills for the week com- mencing 30ht June, 1902:—Monday and Wednesday- Gun and Recruit Drill. Tuesday-Band Practice. Friday-Signalling Class under Adjutant. Hour of drill-7.30 to 8.30 p.m. All Great Coats, Inspection Kits, &c., at present in possession of members must be at once returned into stores. — (Signed) 8. A. BRAIN, Major, commanding 11th Company, G.V.A,, Barry Docks.
IGOLF AT BARRY.
GOLF AT BARRY. On Saturday last the Glamorganshire Club sent a team to meet Barry at Barry, the home team proving successful by 40 holes to nine. The scores were as follows GLAMORGAN. BARRY. Alex. Duncan 0 J. Waddell 2 G. Connor 0 R. F. Illingworth 2 C. B. Stoddart. 0 Rev H. H. Stewart 2 O. Carey Thomas 0 W. H. Powell 7 A. P. Thomas 0 A. Gibson 7 T. H. Anderson 0 A. Jackson 13 E. C. Morel. 0 W. Pyman 3 J. A. Alexander 0 Shankland. 2 H. Alexander 6 A. Stewart 0 S. Biggs 3 W. J. Darling. 0 G. Wilson 0 W. Price Jones 2 9 40 The game was of a most enjoyable character, the weather being delightful. The result provides an object lesson in the uncertainty of golf form. Take the case of T. H. Anderson for example. He and Jackson are fairly matched, and yet the latter won by 13 up, and gave Anderson what was pro- bably the heaviest defeat of his golfing career. The greens were good, and on the face of it the I course presented no insuperable difficulties, so that the result must be put down as something akin to a mystery. This much may be said with- out in any way detracting from the merits of Barry's handsome victory.
OPENING OF NEW CHAPEL AT CADOXTON-BARRY.
OPENING OF NEW CHAPEL AT CADOXTON-BARRY. The new Chapel of the recently formed English Baptist Church at Weston Hill, Cadoxton-Barry, the pastor of which is the Rev D. Hussey, was opened for divine worship on Sunday last, when the preachers- were the Revs D. T. Phillips, United States Consul at Cardiff, and W. Ingli James, Bethel, Barry. The special services were continued on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, when the pulpit was occupied by the Revs T. Towy Evans (Blaenangwent), Owen Jones (Cowbridge), and T. W. Medhurst (Cardiff.) Monday evening's meeting took the form of a public lecture, by Mr Towy Evans, on the subject of George Muller, the Apostle of the Nineteenth Century." A collection was made at each service in aid of the building fund. The new chapel, which was erected by Mr H. Fisher, builder, Hannah-street, Cadoxton, is a comely building, capable of accomodating about 400 worshippers.
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BASEBALL: CARDIFF FELLOW,SHIP…
BASEBALL: CARDIFF FELLOW- SHIP V. BARRY DOCK CONSERVATIVES. A match took place at the Sophia Gardens, Cardiff, on Saturday afternoon last, and resulted in an easy win for the Barry Dock team by an innings and 13 runs. Scores -.—Cardiff Fellowship Perry, 4-0; Hall, 6-0; T. Attwell, 4-0; W. Attwell, 1-12; Toft, 1—0; Brown, 5-0; Parsons, 2-8; Maile, 0-0; Tanner, I-I; Renwick, 1-4; Manning, 7-1; extras, 11-4; total, 43-31. Barry Dock Conservatives: Sam Harrison 4, T. Torrington 5, A. Dunn 5, J. Parry 0, J. Martin 12, J. Jones, 11, C. Williams 8, J. Evans 7, Sam Andrews (captain) 11, Russell 3, T. Dowdeswell 6, extras 15, total 87. Next Saturday afternoon the Barry Dock Club will play the Grange Stars (winners of last year's shield) at the Witchill Ground, Cadoxton.
DEFENCE OF CARDIFF AND BARRY.
DEFENCE OF CARDIFF AND BARRY. The Severn Division Submarine Miners is to be congratulated upon the great efforts made to make itself really prepared for any emergency. In case of war Cardiff and Barry would largely have to depend upon it for defence. This has been realised by Major J. A. Hughes (Barry), the commanding officer, who not only trains his men locally, but in turns sends sections into garrison at Plymouth with the Royal Engineers. One section returned last Saturday after undergoing three weeks' training, and on Saturday next another section leaves Cardiff for a similar course. This section will be under the command of Captain T. 0. Edwards, who is not only one of Major Hughes' smartest officers, but is also the popular H.M. Inspector of factories for Cardiff district. The Severn Division Submarine Miners deserves well of Cardiff and Barry. Both officers and men sacrifice their personal comfort and interests in perfecting themselves in their work of the defence of Britaina's greatest coaling port.
WEDDING, KEEPER, & ENGAGEMENT RINGS. FINEST SELECTION AND BEST VALUE AT H. B. CROUCH'S, 16, St. MARY-STREET, 48, QUEEN STREET, AND 9, High-street Arcade, Cardiff No Free Presents, but guaranteed Best Value in the Kingdom. Small Prepaid Advertisements. — Three Six Words. Once times. times 20 Words 0 9 1 3 2 0 30 Words 1 0 19 2 6 40 Words 1 6 2 9 3 6 Each extra 10 word 0 4 0 8 1 0 Jfox §ALE. FOR SALE, Dunnage Boards, Scantling, Deals, Poultry Food, Russian Mats, Firewood, etc. Best prices given for Old Iron, etc. — LUEN's, Marine Stores, No. UTip, Barry Docks, National Telephone, 38. DUNNAGE BOARDS FOR SALE, 30,000 feet, at No. 12 Tip.—Apply S. ANDREWS, 19, Windsor-road, Barry. OR SALE, SUITE OF FURNITURB7^n leather also BRASS-ROD BEDSTEAD and Spring, cheap.-Apply 34, Church-road, Cadoxton- Barry. ^PARTMCTTTS tu 1££1. COMFORTABLEFURNISHED APARTMENTS, C Front or Back Sitting-room and Bedroom. Moderate charges (no children).-21, Upper Pyke- street, Barry Docks. TO LET, TWO ROOMS, Furnished or Unfur- nished, hot and cold bath.—Apply A," Barry Booh News, Barry Docks. SITUATION* 1aarant. WANTED Good Strong Lad for Hotel Work.— Apply CASTLE HOTEL, Barry Docks. Jtaical. MRS. F. M. LLOYD, A. Mus. L.C.M., Professor of Music. Students prepared for Local Examinations in Pianoforte Playing, Theory, Harmony, and Counterpoint. Theory Classes held on Friday evenings. Two first class prizes. Two honours certificates. Seventeen first class certifi- cates and three second class certificates gained by pupils during the last four years.-Terms on appli- cation to 6, Windsor-road, Barry. MR GEORGE STEPHENS, Organist, Wenvoe Parish Church, gives MUSIC LESSONS as follows :—Piano, Organ (Pedal), Violin, Viola, Singing, Theory, and Harmony. Terms moderate. -Address Drysiog Cottage, Cadoxton-Barry. MR. G. H. WOODFIELD, TEACHES OP MUSIC (Organist of the Wesleyan Church, Barry Docks), has a limited number of vacanies for Pupils on Pianoforte and Organ. Pupils carefully pre- pared for Examination. For Terms, &c., apply IVY COTTAGE, Castleland-street, Barry Docks. MISS DOROTHY MAY WOODFlELD (age S), Solo Pianist.—For terms, etc., apply Barry Dock News, Barry Docks. ffimtUmeons. TO BE DISPOSED OF, PRIVATE SCHOOL, numbering about 50 Pupils. Forms, Desks, etc.-For particulars apply Miss GIBBS, Tynewydd- road, Barry Docks. BEAN STICKS.—Twenty tons just arrived in fine condition; also a large quantity of Timber, all sizes and sorts, suitable for Builders and Contractors.-Auply to GEO. P. LUEN, 11 Tip, Dock-side, Barry Docks (National Telephone 38). MRS. ANDREWS, WARDROBE DEALER Highest Prices given for LA.DIES' and GENTS' LEFT-OFF CLOTHING. All order. promptly attended to in Town or Country.—19, Windsor-road, Barry. TRY HAMMOND'S LINIMENT AND DROPS. —A Speciality for Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica. Sprains, &c. If you are suffering give it ve it, a trial, a permanent cure will speedily be effected. You will soon be convinced there is nothing to equal it. T UMBAGO.—Testimonal from F. G. Emery JLJ Esq., Ardristraig, Pencisely road, Canton, Cardiff Whilst suffering from a sudden acute attack of Lumbago last December your Liniment and Drops were recommended to me. I tried same and found immediate relief, by its means I was enabled to return to business the next day." SCIATICA. — Testimonial from Robert Hyde, S Esq., St. John's-crescent, Canton, Cardiff I have suffered for a long time with Sciatica in my hip and thigh. Hammond's Liniment quite- cured me in a very short time. I can strongly recommend it." T) HEUMATISM.—Testimonial from Mr John Jones, 30, Dock View-road, Barry Dock "I have great pleasure in recommending your Rheumatic Remedy, as I have been greatly troubled with Rheumatism for several weeks. I have used two bottles and am quite cured." HAMMOND'SRHEUI^'NCDROPS,l/U; and H LINIMENT, I/Is per bottle postage 3d extra. Sold by all Chemists, or direct from the HAMMOND REMEDIES COMPANY, Barry. GREAT BARGAINS.—New, Gents' High-grade BICYCLE, FREE-WHEEL, Plated Rims, Rolled Chain, Crabbe Brake, DUNLOP TYRES, £ 8 15s; real price jElS. District agent Royal En fields, Rudge Whitworths.Ariels.&c. Cash or payments. Agents wanted.—CYCLEDEPOT, Court- road, Barry Docks. MOWERS, Reapers, Binders, Horse Rakes„ Haymakers, Hay Elevators, Churns, Cheese Presses, Cheese Vats, Butter Tubs, and Dairy Utensils of all :kinds, Horse Hoes, Ploughs, Harrows, Cultivators, Hay Forks, and Rakes. Wagon Ropes and Binder Twine, Rick Sheets of best quality, all sizes. Lawn Mowers, Garden Rollers, Garden Seats, Patent Automatic Garden Swings. Gas, Steam, and Oil Engines by leading makers. State requirements. Catalogues free.-f JOHN HIBBERT & SONS, Castle-street, Cardiff. FOR YOUR POULTRY FOOD GO to W H BURROUGH Newport HOUSEFTHOM^: street. Chick Food in 3d packets also loose Seed Caperns and Hyde's Bird CYCLISTS !-Dont send away I Your NEW !Dont send away! Your NEW t? T7 can purchased cheaper and better at J. H. VENN'S CYCLE WORKS, Court-road, Barry Docks. Inspection invited. MRS. REED, ACCOUCHEUSE (Q.C. Hos.) and fully qualified NURSE (14 years' Hospital and General Nursing experience).—215, Holton- road, Barry Docks. MISS CROCKER, MONTHLY NURSE, Cert. Queen Charlotte's Hospital, London. 227, Holton-road, Barry Docks. R. JOHN SUMMERsT^^t View-i^ Barry Docks, TEACHES MUSIC and PITMAN'S SHORTHAND. Pupils prepared for PITMAN'S SHORTIIEI[A Certificates. Moderate Terms. MRS MEDLIN, 26, Holton-road, Barry Docks will buy all kinds of CAST OFF CLOTH. TNG. Furniture Bought or Exchanged. Printed and Published for the Barry Dock Newspaper and Printing Company, Limited, by ROLAND LLEWELLYN, at Holton-road Barry Docks, Friday, June 27th, 1902