G E O R G E'S PILE AND GRAVEL PILLS. A. MARVELLOUS REMEDY. 1 It is more than Gold to me- It saved my Life." P AT V TW THE J5ACK. If you suffer Pain in the Back and Loins, or between tne AND LOINS Shoulders, this remedy will effectually remove t. If you are troubled with Irritation of the Bladder, Suppres- sion and Retention of the Water^tone or Gravel, the only STONE, GRAvEL, gafe and Effectual Remedy ever offered to the World xa GEORGE'S PILE AND GRAVEL PILLS. URINARY 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. your Kidneys and Liver are sluggish and out of order, SLUGGISHNESS OF THE this remedy will greatly stimulate these important organs, T TTrT,0 -p. TrTrkXn? open up their clogged passages, and promote the secretion of LIVER AND IvlD^Elb. healthy bile and other vital fluids. BILIOUSNESS, INDIGES- If you are a martyr to Indigestion, Biliousness, and Con- TION CONSTIPATION. stipation, you ave a sure Remedy in GEORGE'S PILLS. T?R TTTT TR"\RPTT PTT "RS If vou suffer from any Bowel Disorder, such as Piles, Con- iMilLU-iNtJi, ri-U £ iD, stipation, Flatulence Colic, you have here a remedy you can COLIC. always rely upon. p*r PITATiniST AF TTTP If you suffer from Palpitation, and are afraid that your FALrilAllUiN Lij iWJi, Heart is affected, you will find these Pilia an Efficacious HEART. Remedy. TT-n at* a/-icn? If you suffer from Headache and Giddiness, GEORGE'S HE.ADAUME, 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. t»TQ A r*T?"CTT A "RT TT1 T A KTE If you have a Disagreeable Taste in the mouth, a single dose DlbAGrKELA-tSLJi IA.K51 of G'50R £ E>g pile AND GRAVEL PILLS at bed-time IN THE MOUTH. will c-ka-r 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. Remeuy will restore your Energy and Strength, and will make labour and exercise the enjoyment of your life. If you are troubled with Nausea and Vomiting at the vn\fTTT"\rr( V attq"FA thought of eating, a box of GEORGE'S PILLS will make VOMITING, NAUSEA. meat\nd drink both Savoury and Pleasant. If your Blood is impure, it will keep open all the important BLOOD IMPURITIES, outlets o :the body, and thus give free exit to all Gross T>r>TT a Humours, and no more Blood Impurities will be seen bursting bOlvEo, liUJijft. through the Skin in Pimples, Blotches, Sores, or Boils. In thousands of cases it has removed from the Blood, root RHFUMATISM SCURVY. and branch, Rheumatic, Scorbutic, Scrofulous taints that have defied all other Remedies. If you have a tendency to Dropsical Swellings, this Re- DROPSICAL SWELLINGS. medy, by its action upon the Kidneys and Skin, will soon I, bring relief. 5^n? £ "Tr'TTT TV OP1 If you have Difficulty of Breathing, this Remedy will prove PUf4 RA LI B1^EATHING> a friend to you in the hour of need. „ ,:mT nTT TIt is Aperient, and, therefore, removes Constipation. It is &FERIENT, AN TI BILIOUS, 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 is 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. l.-GEORGE'S PILE AND GRAVEL PILLS. THIS REMEDY. No. ^for^'liLES. THESE WORLD-RENOWNED PILLS ARE SOLO EVERYWHERE. IN BOXES, 1/11 AND 2/9 EACH. BY POST. 1/3 AND 3/ am I PROPRIETOR-J. E. SE0R6E, M.B.P.S., HIRWAIN, GLAM. CROSS BROTHERS, THE CARDIFF IRONMONGERS, (3 and 4, ST. MARY STREET; 21, 22, and 23, WORKING STREET). DEMONSTRATION On JULY iotb, nth, and 12th, 1902, OF SCHAFER'S ICE CREAM FREEZERS NO TURNING. KEEPS ON FREEIING. CLEAREST AND SIMPLEST. 1 Pt. size 10/9. I 2 Qt. size 28/- 1 Qt. size 20/6. 3 Qt. size 34/- Ø" TAPS FOR SAME 3s. EACH EXTRA. You can see it Working and Taste its Product free. Illustrated List on application. 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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Statement of tlie Accounts of the above School for the Year ending March 31st, 1902, will be Exhibited for Inspection at the Office of the Clerk, Alfred Jackson, Metropolitan Bank Buildings, Holton- road, Barry, from Monday, the 7th day of July, 1902, until Saturday, the 19th day of July, 1902, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Dated this 3rd,day of July, 1902. ALFRED JACKSON, Clerk to the Governors. c/tom-tmgifts I C7NG jiiil TOALL.l ¡niEùEAöJJUS OFFER. 1? JRifc Send P. 0. for 5/- 8 m Jm fWkNNNvS for which we will for- jg ward a stylish Tailor-made Cos. 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THE EDUCATION BILL AND BARRY. THE new financial proposals of Mr Balfour very materially affect Barry. Leaving aside for the moment the question of the Voluntary School, it is found that these new proposals abolish the Necessitous Schools Gract. From this source the Barry School Board obtained S755 last year. Under the new proposals the district would obtain Bl,770, a gain of about £1,000, representing about lid rate. Against this gain has to be put.Ithe loss of 5s a head in the Voluntary Schools, perhaps about J675, and the increased cost of salaries and maintenance of the Voluntary School, which, of course, according to the Education Bill will fall on the rates. It is very difficult to estimate the additional cost of maintenance, but this can be done generally speaking. There are seventeen children in the Board Schools of Barry to every one in the Voluntary School. Roughly, therefore, the cost of maintenance, exclud- ing rent, repairs, &c., paid by the School Board is £ 18,000. This the Govern- ment grant reduces to £1,000, which is the sum the ratepayers find. If this is divided by 17, which would gi7e the number of additional children whose maintenance in school has to be provided for, we find the ratepayers will have to find about £ 600 for maintenance of the Voluntary School. In other words, Barry, with these new financial I. proposals, according to the Chairman of the Barry School Board, Dr W. Lloyd Edwards, gains £1,000, and loses £ 600. These figures are, of course, all calculated in round numbers, and done in a very hurried manner. As well as this, we have had no opportunity of com- paring these figures with the actual cost at present of the Voluntary School.
BARRY TEMPERANCE CHOIR. The members of the Barry Temperance Choir wish to thank those that gave articles, &c., for the Jumble Sale: Every member of the choir is requested to be at the practice on Friday evening next, at 7.30.
BARRY RIFLE CLUB. The outdoor range will be open next Saturday, start from the indoor range at 2.15. The June competition was won by Messrs A. T. Taverner and D. Cunningham. The July competition will be fired off on the evenings of July 16 and 19.
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I BARRY DISTRICT COUNCIL. GAS AND WATER COMMITTEE. The monthly meeting of the Gas and Water Committee of the Barry District Council was held on Monday afternoon last, when the members present were Mr J. A. Manaton (chairman), Mr J. Arthur Hughes, Mr W. Paterson, Mr James Jones, and Mr J. Milward. Mr F. M. Harris (the gas engineer and manager) reported that during the past month 23 gas services were laid, 8 ordinary, and 46 prepayment gas meters, 15 ordinary and 77 prepayment gas cookers fixed, and 27 houses fitted out. The report of the Water Engineer (Mr E. W. Waite) showed that 18,474,800 gallons of water were pumped into the reservoirs last month, a daily average of 19! gallons per head of the population, an increase of 14,811 gallons compared with the corresponding month of last year. The rainfall during the month was 2-78 inches. The tender of Mr D. Paulett, Cadoxton, at £.10, was accepted for the grass on the Council's land at Biglis. A report was presented of the holidays given to workmen in other towns, and it was considered that at Barry the workmen were dealt with more liberally than elsewhere. The Committee decided to continue the gas main to the houses on the right-hand side of the railway at Dinas Powis. It was resolved to let plots of land at the siding at 28 per week to freestone masons, the holdings to be subject to a month's notice on either side. A charge of 8d per ton was fixed for hay and corn brought to the Council's siding. A sub-committee, consisting of the Chairman, Mr Paterson, and Mr Milward, were appointed to report on the tenders for gas coal. The tender of Mr George Winstanley, at d68,500, was accepted for erecting the incline system of retorts of the Gas-works.
PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE. A meeting of the Public Works Committee was held on Tuesday afternoon last, when the members present were Mr J. Arthur Hughes (in the chair), Dr P. J. O'Donnell, and Mr J. A. Manaton. The Committee decided to refuse the offer of the Mercantile Marine Board to increase the width of the road at one portion, and to encroach upon another portion opposite the proposed new offices at the junction of Station-street and Dock View- road. It was decided to employ a man for the purpose of clearing the beach at Whitmore Bay of paper, &o., and the Island of weeds; also that when the new estimate was brought before the Committee, they should consider the advisability of putting on extra roadmen. The Surveyor was authorised to give notice to Mr John Thomas and Mr D. Paulett to give up the land at the Buttrills which the Council have acquired for recreation purposes. A letter from Mr William Thomas, solicitor, Cardiff, with reference to the alleged right of way to the Three Bells Inn, Cadoxton, was ordered to lie on the table. Communications were received from the Barry Railway Company and the Board of Trade with reference to the buoys in Barry Harbour, and it was decided not to remove the same. Mr R. Hammond, C.E., wrote with reference to the report which he presented on the question of electric light scheme, and enclosing his bill for £ 61 7s.-Some of the members thought Mr Hammond should report upon the question of the electric tramways, believing it would pay the town, but the Chairman pointed out that this was not a question for this committee to consider. With the view of laying out the Barry Recre- ation Ground, the Surveyot was instructed to visit Carmarthen and there visit the recreation ground. This was all the public business.
ACADEMIC DISTINCTION BY A BARRY YOUNG LADY. ANOTHER DAUGHTER OF MR. J. LOWDON, J.P., TAKES HER DEGREE. We are highly gratified in being able to announce that Miss Harriet Lowdon, fourth daughter of Mr J. Lowdon, J.P., managing director of the Barry Graving Dock and Engineering Company, and late chairman of the Ba.rry School Board, has this week passed her final examination for the degree of Bachelor of Science in connection with the University of Wales. Miss Lowdon is the third daughter of Mr Lowdon who have taken their degree, and we heartily congratulate her, and her esteemed father, upon her distinguished success. Her eldest sister was the first lady to take her degree at the Welsh University.
MRS. GRUNDY'S JOTTINGS. In connection with the Barry Island Coronation Sports, when the sports are held, handicaps and entries will remain as at present, or, if desired, the entry fees will be returned. The list of honours conferred on the proposed occasion of the Coronation was a long and inter- esting one. The Earl of Hopetown becomes a marquess, Lord Iner becomes a viscount, and among the ne'v jlits are Dr Isambard Owen, Mr Alfred Thomas, M.P., and Mr Joseph Lawrence, M.P. A new Order of Merit is founded, the first members of which include Lords Roberts and Kitchener. The Prince of Wales becomes a general and the Duke of Connaught a field-marshal. Several Colonial Premiers are knighted. The beach inspector at Barry Island would do well to see that the public are not imposed upon by the licensed owners of donkeys on the beach. ♦ Mr T. L. Howe, of Penarth and Barry Island, has taken an excellent photograph of the Corona- tion bonfire at Barry Island. The centre poll of this fine pile was 55ft. in height; the circumfer- ence of the bonfire was 120ft., height 45ft., and the weight 185 tons. The photograph which Mr Howe has succeeded in taking is an excellent one, the mount being of crown folio size, and copies of the interesting souvenir may be obtained of the photographer, or of Mr H. Vine, Marine Hotel, Barry Island, with both of whom proofs may be seen. m In view of the satisfactory progress of the King towards recovery, it is probable that the Corona- tion will take place in August. The Rev T. Pandy John was one of the special preachers at the Glamorgan and Carmarthen Baptist Association meetings this week at Cardiff. Y Amongst the congregation at the town inter- cessary service at Barry last Sunday evening, was the eldest son of the Rev Hugh Price Hughes, the eminent London divine. The traffic returns on the Barry Railway, including the Vale of Glamorgan Railway, last week amounted to :£8,521 a decrease, compared with the corresponding period of last year, of £6,118; aggregate increase, £ 19,805. » It is said that the picture of a Liberal handling a cricket bat will probably not be seen in the Barry district for some time again, as they have unanimously, but sorrowfully, come to the con- clusion that they cannot play the game. The Conservatives, however, are contemplating opening a school for cricket, where lessons in that noble game will be given. All candidates for honours as batsmen will be given six months' tuition free. I » It is proposed to form as Association Football Junior League in the Barry district, and a meeting will be held at Rosser's Coffee Tavern, Holton-road, next Monday evening for the purpose. • The secretary of the Rational Christian Endea- vour Union of Wales, which has just held ita annual convention at Barry, has written conveying the warmest thanks of the executive to the Barry Dock News "for the great sympathy shown towards the Union in giving so much valuable space for reporting the proceedings of the recent conven- tion." Amongst the telegrams sent from the Barry district to Buckingham Palace last week, convey- ing deep and loyal sympathy with his Majesty the King in his illness, were those of the Barry, District Council, the Barry Protestant Association, and Miss Gertrude Jenner, of Wenvoe. II' ♦ Miss C. H. Davies, second daughter of the Rev David Davies, of Brighton, who preached at Holton-road English Baptist Chapel, Barry Docks, last Sunday, and lectured at the same place on Monday evening, has just passed the examination in the University of London for the M.A. degree, branch 1. She obtained her B.A. degree in the first division in October last, and has thus obtained her M.A. degree within eight months of her B.A,, a very exceptional distinction. Miss Davies is a student of the,Royal Holloway College, Egham, and holds the silver medal for swimming and saving from drowning, the captaincy of the second hockey eleven, and a captaincy in sculling in eon- nection with her college. » In the House of Commons last Monday the Barry Railway Bill was read a second time. It has already been passed by the Lords. Mr John Cory, J.P., D.L., The Duffryn, has offered a contribution of £ 1,000 towards Dr Barnado's Homes if four other similar sums are forthcoming. Mr Cory has on other occasions stimulated public generosity by making similar offers, and we hope that on the present occasion his munificent proposal will be equally successful. • At most, if not all, the churches and chapels in the Barry district, pulpit references were made on Sunday last to the illness of the King, and earnest prayers were offered for the recovery of his Majesty to health. » It is probable that the shipments at Barry Docks during the half-year just closed will show an average of over 8,000,000 tons per annum. I regret to learn that the Rev D. Lee Cann, the respected pastor of the Bible Christian Church Barry Docks, has been indisposed for the past fortnight. His many friends hope for his early recovery. One very sensible way of celebrating Coronation Day was that adopted by two ladies who reside not far from Barry. They had intended spending a considerable sum upon flags, Chinese lanterns, &c., for the purpose of decorating their houses. At the last moment, however, they changed their plans, invested the money in laying in a stock of provisions, and then, on Thursday afternoon, invited any poor children they saw in the street to sit down to a good meal, an invitation that, needless to say, was very cordially accepted. Mr Anton Bertram, barrister-at-law, who, many of our readers will remember, was one of the legal gentlemen engaged at the inquest on the late Mr Ainscough at Barry Docks some months ago has been appointed Attorney-general of the Bahamas in succession to Mr W. Rees Davies, formerly M P* for Pembrokeshire, who has been chosen King's advocate in Cyprus.