CADOXTON-BARRY. NEW STOCK FOR SUMMER wear. Slips 1/10 £ Lace Collaretts 5id to 2/11, Lace Ties various kinds. Ladies White and Unbleached Under- clothing. New Milinery each week. Inspect our goods before buying elsewhere. MARTIN AND CO., 95, Main-street, Cadoxton. BAPTIST ANNIVERSARY. — The anniversary of the Moors Baptist Chapel, Cadoxton, took place on Sunday and Monday last, when the preachers were Mr C. J. Gillingham, of Dunoon College, Scotland, and the Rev Morris Isaac, Cadoxton, the latter preaching in Welsh on Monday. CADOXTON MISSION CHURCH CHOIR OUTING. -The choir outing in connection with Cadoxton Mission Church will take place to Abergavenny on Monday next, by saloon carriage attached to the train leaving Barry Dock at 8.41 a.m., Cadoxton at 8.44 a.m., and Cardiff at 9.30 a.m., arriving at Abergavenny at 11.18 a.m., returning from Aber- gavenny at 8.15 p.m. Tickets (including return railway fare, and dinner and tea at the Severn Hotel), 7s 6d. UP-TO-DATE TAILORING.—Before buying your summer 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. 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. 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 guaranteed.- Address :—LLOYD AND COMPANY, 89 and 93, Main- street, Cadoxton and 72, Holton-road, Barry Docks. ANNUAL OUTING OF MESSRS. D. L. EVANS AND COMPANY'S EMPLOYEES.—The annual outing of the employees of Messrs D. L. Evans and Com- pany, the Barry Dock Drapers, took place on Wed- nesday last, and the weather being particularly favourable the outing proved most enjoyable. The company was a numerous one, and ,high tea was partaken of at the Cross Keys Hotel, Llantwit Major, and the afternoon was spent in games, &c., on the beach. The assistants of this enterprising firm are, after their annual picnic, prepared to cope with the great rush of business which will inevitably take place in con- nection with Messrs D. L. Evans and Company's coming sale, commencing next Saturday. GRAND BENEFIT SMOKER AT THE CONSERVATIVE CLUB.-For the benefit of Mr James Shields, a smoking concert will be held on Saturday evening next at the Conservative Club and Institute, Station-street, Barry Docks, for which a most attractive variety programme has been arranged, and will include the following artistes :—Messrs Jimmy Shields, the one-legged comedian and dancer George Woodward, Indian club swinger Arthur Roberts, solo violinist; Harry Dobson, baritone vocalist; Tich Taylor, the sheeny-man James Clode, cornet soloist; Bert Ringwall, the man-bird Tommy Waters, negro comedian Fred Ainsworth, vocalist and solo pianist; Dai Williams, silver toned tenor Jack Dainton, versatile comedian Joe Williams, in his screamingly funny burlesque lecture, Babes and other animals and the Excelsior Trio, in their melodious medleys. Mr O. Horton will take the chair. The tickets, Is, are only available for shareholders and affiliated members.
BAKR¥. BARRY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.—Services next Sunday at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Sunday School, 2.30 p.m. Preacher—Rev Christmas J. Lewis, pastor. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL OUT- ING, Saturday next, July 5th, to Gileston. Special Train leaves Barry Station at 2.10 p.m. 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. Preacher, Rev C. J. Clarke, pastor. Evening subject—" The King's Illness." W. G. EASTA BROOK, 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. DEAR SIB,—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.
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THE VOLUNTARY HOSPITAL, BARRY DOCKS. A Penny Raffle in aid of the funds of the Voluntary Hospital, Barry Docks, will be held on Monday, July 14th, 1902, when twenty valuable prizes will be drawn for. Will anyone interested volunteer to sell tickets ? Winning numbers will appear in the Barry Dock News. volunteer to sell tickets ? Winning numbers will appear in the Barry Dock News. I
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE FREE OF ARMS, LEGS, HANDS, EYES, LEG IRONS, SPINE SUPPORTS, TRUSSES, LADIES' BELTS, ELASTIC STOCKINGS, CRUTCHES, &c. MAKER AND REPAIRER ALLEN PEARCE, 7, CHARLES ST., CARDIFF. 35 and 36, Broadmead Arcade, Bristol, OT Book on "Cure of Rupture," Free.
BARRY DOCK ENGLISH BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. The largest Sunday school in the Barry district is that of the Holton-road English Baptist Church, having on their registers nearly 550 scholars. During the past year about 60 have joined the church after baptism. On Sunday last the eleventh anniversary services of the Sunday school were held, when there was a crowded congregation at each gathering, the pulpit being occupied by the eminently popular devine, the Rev David Davies, of Brighton, who delivered eloquent discourses. In the morning the reverend gentleman, who is the author of the popular volumes, Talks with Men, Women, and Children," and other literary works, confined his remarks to the children, and at the close of the service six Sunday scholars (four males and two females) were baptised by the pastor, the Rev T. Pandy John. Mr W. J. Flower presided at the afternoon service, when a pro- gramme of sacred solos, recitations, &c., was rendered by Misses Beatrice James, J. Emmanuel, C. Heavers, C. Hart, B. Berry, M. Harrison, and L. Camble, and Mr E. Camble. An appropriate address was also delivered by the Rev David Davies, to which the children listened with deep interest and edification. The choir, under the conductorship of Mr F. Farr, rendered anthems at each of the services. The leader of the singing throughout the services was Mr T. S. Williams, and Miss Pitt and Mr G. Rogers presided at the organ.
"JOHN BULL AND HIS ODDITIES." There was, unfortunately, not a large attend- ance on Monday evening at the lecture delivered by the Rev David Davies on The Whims and Oddities of John Bull." In the absence of Mr Gwyn Morris, the chair was occupied by the Rev T. Pandy John, the pastor of the church. Mr Davies, in the course of an excellent lecture, said the name John Bull was given to the British nation by the humorous Scotchman, John Arbothnot, in the time of George I., 107 years ago. Little did he realise at the time that the designa- tion would cling to the nation. In the various caricatures John Bull was shown in many attitudes, but he was oftener on his knees than the papers gave him credit for, and realised that there was One mightier than he. The British nation allowed itself to be caricatured as no other nation did. As represented by Punch, which owed its origin to a Welsh villager, John was the best- fed man in the world, therefore at Christmas time, in proportion to other countries, he consumed far more beef and poultry. England could colonise as no other country could, because the Government of the people was of a more righteous character than that of any other nation on God's earth. (Hear, hear). One of the failings of John Bull, however, was that his wine cellar was the largest in the world. Many doctors were to blame for this, because they recommended alcoholic liquors for medicinal purposes but now he (the lecturer) was glad to say that medical science was so far advanced that alcoholic beverages were no longer a necessity for any ailment. John Bull was like- wise a great lover of force, and was oftener more forcible than persuasive in his arguments, and here his Celtic origin made itself manifest, more particularly as regards the Welsh and Irish con- stituents of the nation, who were always fond of a row. In referring to the recent Peace Treaty between Briton and Boer, Mr Davies said the rejoicing were indeed Peace rejoicings, being very expressive and characteristic of the national senti- ment, and were the leaders of the enemy to visit this country they would be most cordially received by the whole of tlrS people, (Hear, hear). John Bull was not a lover of injustice, and behind his many failings was the rock of principle, the love of God and of man. (Cheers).—The lecture closed with the singing of a hymn, and the pronounce- ment of the benediction.
ENTERTAINMENT. Mr A. C. Abel, Cardiff, presided over a large attendance at the entertainment held in the Schoolroom on Wednesday evening, when the whole of the programme was taken part in by three parties of girls and one party of boys, who had been specially trained by Miss Armstrong, Miss Brown, Miss Beatrice James, and Mr W. H. James. The children went through various action songs, &c, in a most creditable manner, being several times heartily encored.
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VICAR FILLINGHAM AND HIS BISHOP. HIS VISIT TO BARRY LAST YEAR. The Rev R. C. Fillingham, vicar of Hexton, who preached at Holton-road English Baptist Chapel, Barry Docks, last year, and afterwards went to America on a mission for the Boers, was inhibited by the Bishop of Worcester from preaching as announced in a Nonconformist chapel in Worcester on Sunday last. He defied the Bishop, and preached two sermons in the chapel. He prefaced his sermon in the morning by saying that he had invited the Bishop to attend the service to show his reputed broad-mindedness, but the Bishop had written a letter saying he must prohibit him from preaching. He (Mr Fillingham) had written to the Bishop pointing out that illegal practices were at present permitted in many churches in the city of Worcester, and offering if those were prohibited to abstain from preaching in that church of the Countess of Huntingdon's,
BASEBALL. GRANGETOWN STARS v. BARRY DOCK CONSERVATIVES. Played at the Witchill Grounds on Saturday last, and resulted in a very easy win for the Grangetown Stars (the challenge shield holders) by one run and eleven men to bat. Scores :— Grangetown Stars — Bpackman 0 Cornish 0—2 Perriam 2 Sheppard 25 Nutt 4; Dunn 6 Ley 5 Maplestone 1; Grey 6 Pritchard 6; Heavens 27; byes 7-2; extras 14-1; total 104-5. Oonservatives-Andrews 1-9; Dunn 3-0; Martin 8—6; Evans 5—13 Parry 1—0; Dowdeswell 5— 17 James 0—2; Russell 0—3; Jones 9—1; Torrington 1-1 Sanders 0-2 byes 0—2 extras 12-7 total 45-63.
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Morgan, Dentist, of London, W., with a staff of sixteen fully-qualified Dentists, also attend the following towns:- PONTYPOOL—At Mr. Furlow's, Confectioner, opposite Crown Hotel, Wednesdays. ABERGA VENNY-Mr. Humble, Chemist, Frogmore-street, Tuesdays. ABERDARE—1, Commercial-street, Mondays and Thursdays. PENARTH-Berkeley House, Hiokman-road. BLAENAVON—Lion-street, Saturdays. r BARCLAY MANSIONS, OXFORD-STREET, LONDON. v- SPECTACLES! | Don't buy ready made Spectacles. "| SPECTACLES I SPECTACLES! Don't jfttt off wearing Spectacles. I SPECTACLES SPECTACLES wear Glasses unless you have jf SPECTACLES I SPECTACLES! j SPECTACLES! SPECTACLES! Sight tested A SPECTACLES f SPECTACLES! SPECTACLES! W. E. REES, w? < M. R. P. S., M E P S" 238, HOLTON-ROAD, CHEMIST AND )]/ .(Corner Morel-street), CONSULTING OPTICIAN. BARRY DOCKS. i I DID YOU EVER m I Notice the difference in Drugs ? EVER SINCE we have been in the drug business we have made a speciality of Good Medicines. Our customers are not only satisfied, but they are positively pleased with them. That's what they tell us, and that's what they tell their neighbours. And when the neighbours try them they talk about them too. Now Medicines must be good when everybody talks about them, and they must be fine when everybody keeps on talking about H them. If you'll try a bottle of our B Medicine you'll find that everything you H have heard about them is true. ■ W. E. REES, M.R.P.S., I CASH CHEMIST I AND RA CONSULTING OPTICIAN, I 238, HOLTON-ROAD 1 (Corner of Morel-street), B BARRY DOCKS. I Small Prepaid Advertisements. ttt j r\ Three Six Words. Once times. times 20 Words .09 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 GENERAL ADVERTISEMENTS. ] to 4 insertions Is 6d per inch per insertion 4 to 6 Is 3d P) 8 to 13 Is 26 lOd II 52 6d „ „ I LEGAL AND FINANCIAL ADVERTISEMENTS Parliamentary Election Addresses 6s per inch per insertion Prospectuses of Public Companies, Addresses to District Council and Parish Council Electors, and Notices in connection with the same, &c. 4s per inch ifor A RUDGE-WHITWORTH 16-guinea Machine FOR SALE, in good order.-Apply D.Y., Barry Dock News, Barry Dock. 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. FOR SALE, SUITE OF FURNITURE, in leather also BRASS-ROD BEDSTEAD and Spring, cheap.-Apply 34, Church-road, Cadoxton- Barry. FOR SALE, Cheap, 12 WHITE LEGHORN HENS, 37 Indian Game-Leghorn PULLETS, first cross Hen with 12 Chickens, 10 Ducklings. Want room for Indian Game Fancy.—JENKINS, William IV. Hotel, Cadoxton-Barry. FOR SALE, Cheap, 10 to 15 tons new and second hand Pulleys, Shaftings, Muff Couplings, 3 Horizontal Engines, Band Saw, Circular Saw, and a quantity of Steel Turning Tools, Smiths' Tools, Rope, Blocks, &c. -Apply GOULD AND WHEELER, Barry Docks. Qpmmmt# tu jttt. 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 Dock News, Barry Docks. JJtoical. 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, TEACHER OF 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 WOODFIELD (age 8), Solo Pianist.—For terms, etc., apply Barry Dock News, Barry Docks. gittttftionss lax&nt. WANTED, a Clean Girl, juau leaving School, for light House Work and mind Baby.—■■ Apply 35, Park-crescent, Barry* WANTED APPRENTICES for Fancy Counter, Dressmaking, and Millinery. — Apply JONES, Draper, Cadoxton-Barry. RELIABLE MEN WANTED as AGENTsT— JHu Liberal terms and exceptional opportunities for improving position. Would suit elderly man of active habits. Send a Postcard for particulars to Employment," Barry Dock News, Barry Docks. WANTED, Strong Clean GIRL, about 18.— Apply 1, Kingsland-crescent, Barry Docks. .JRi%ttllaUtDus. ,mr*r I. TTMBRELLAS RE-COVERED in DESIDERATUM SILK — P WEAR GUARANTEED — COM- ■ PENSATION IN CASE OF FAIL- URE. And in all other kinds of Silk, by our London maker in 48 hours.-T. MARTIN and Co., Main-street, Cadoxton. RENT IS NOW NO LONGER NECESSARY. —Facilities are now offered whereby the same amount of money previously paid as rent may be applied in the Purchase of your House. Send Postcard (mentioning this paper) to W. W. Benham, Esq., 72, Bishopsgate street Without, London, E.C., for particulars, which will be sent post free. 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 ixt 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 LADIES' and GENTS' LEFT-OFF CLOTHING. All orders promptly attended to in Town cr 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 a trial, a permanent cure will speedily be effected. You will soon be convinced there is nothing to equal it. T UMBAGO.—Iestimonal from F. G. Emery L 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'S RHEUMATIC DROPS, 1/1* and LINIMENT, 1/1^ 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 £13. District agent Royal Enfields, Rudge Whitworths, Ariels, &c. Cash or payments. Agents wanted.—CYCLE DEPOT, 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.- JOHN HIBBERT & SONS, Castle-street, Cardiff. FOR YOUR POULTRY FOOD go to W H nURROUGH, Newport House, Thompson-' A WLN^D Packets; also loose Seed Caperns and Hyde's Bird !~Dont send away I Your NEW !~Dont send away Your NEW t? 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 f 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. MR. JOHN SUMMERS, i £ £ OCM £ l^;road. Barry Docks, TEACHES MUSIC and PITMAN'S SHORTHAND. Pupils prepared for Certificates. Moderate Terms. MRS MEDLIN, 26, Holton-road, Barry Docks will buy all kinds of CAST OFF CLOTH* T1"TG-. Furniture Bought or Exchanged. Printed and Published for the Barry Dock Newspaper and Printing Company, Limited, by S T M LLEWELLYN, at Holton-road, Barry Docks, Friday, July 4th, 1902.