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BARRY v. NEW BUTE DOCK WORKS…
BARRY v. NEW BUTE DOCK WORKS (CARDIFF). These teams met at Barry Island on Saturday last, when Barry won by 41 runs. For the home team, C. Kirby scored 21 runs, and the Rector 12. Appended are the scores BUTE DOCK WORKS. R. Bevan, b Jenkins 1 W. Morrison, run out 0 T. Neald, b Evans .u. 1 J. Mahar, not out 11 P. Kitchen, b Jenkins 2 W. McCreadie, c Gameson, b Evans 1 J. Naylor, b Evans 2 W. Cable, c Jenkins, b Evans 0 S. Jenkins, st Gameson, b Evans 4 J. Mountfield, b Evans 1 W. Bartlett, 1. b. w. b Jenkins. 1 Extras. 1 Total. 25 BARRY. W. Gameson, b Mahar 6 S. Jenkins, c Bartlett, b McCreadie 4 Rev H. H. Stewart, c McCreadie, b Neald 12 C. Kirby, b Mahar 21 J. H. Morgan, c McCreadie, b Neald 8 T. J. Morgan, st Kitchen, b Mahar 1 M. Roach, b Neald 2 C. Jones, c McCreadie, b Mahar 4 T. Evans, c Neald, b Mahar 4 H. Owen, c Bevan, b Mahar 1 A. J, Medcroft, not out 0 Extras. 3 Total. 66
IDIN AS POWIS v. WHITCHURCH.
DIN AS POWIS v. WHITCHURCH. Played at Whitchurch on Saturday last in glorious bummer weather. The homesters were strongly represented, but the visitors were minus J. B. Smithson (who, bye the bye, used to wield the willow" for Whitchurch some seasons back. and was one of the chief mainstays of the club) and Alexander Black, and played two substitutes. Whitchurch winning the toss, elected to bat first on a fiery wicket, which made the fast deliveries rise awkwardly on occasions. The homesters started none too promising, Townsend having his stumps disturbed with Peach's last ball of the first over. When Gibbs joined Schiele at the fall of the third wicket for 10 runs, a short stand was made, and the score had reached 26 before the partnership ended, Schiele being bowled by a good ball from Peach, after scoring a useful 13. The bowlers at this juncture, backed up by good fielding, maintained a temporary mastery over the batsmen, and two wickets fell in quick succession, Cotton being dismissed by a good catch at point. Bowden and Partridge forced matters when asso- ciated, and by resolute hitting carried the total to 51. before the former was taken behind the wickets. Bowden scored 16, after several lives," by clean hitting. Apart from Partridge, the remain- ing batsmen gave little trouble, and the innings closed for 80 runs. Dinas Powis started well, the first few batsmen playing in a confident manner, which augurs much for the future. D. Wakeford and J. Evans (two promising young players) ren- dered yeoman service to the visitors, the former compiling 15 runs in a manner worthy of older batsmen. R. G. Russell also reached double figures (10). The visitors total reached 58 runs, leaving Whitchurch winners by 22 runs. The fielding of Dinas Powis on the whole showed signs of much improvement, and by strict attention to this department better exhibitions may be expected. Scores and analysis WHITCHURCH. T. Townend, b Peach 0 E. H. Schiele, b Peach 13 J. Foxall, c Evans, b Peach 2 Lyddon, b Collins. 1 G. Gibbs, b Collins 12 C. F. Bowden, c Russell, b Peach 16 H. Cotton, c James, b Collins. 1 W. Partridge, not out 21 W. H. Ramsdale, c James, b P. Vivian 5 M. Huzzey, b James. 1 — Masters, b P. Vivian. 1 Extras. 6 Total. 80 DINAS POWIS. P. Vivian, c Partridge, b Lyddon. 3 J. Evans, c Townend, b Lyddon 5 H. Peach, b Foxall 3 H. Vivian, c Partridge, b Lyddon. 4 D. Wakeford, c Bowden, b Lyddon 15 D. James, c Partridge, b Lyddon 5 R. G. Russell, b Lyddon 10 D. J. Martin, c Schiel, b Lyddon 0 E. Griffin, not out. 1 H. Salmon (sub), st Masters, b Townend. 1 J. Collins, b Townend. 0 Extras. 11 Total. 58 BOWLING ANALYSIS.—WHITCHUECH INNINGS. O. M. R. W. H. Peach 10 1 37 4 J. Collins 8 1 19 3 P. Vivian 4.5. 0 12 2 D. James 3 0 6 1
BARRY DOCK v. ST. MARY'S,…
BARRY DOCK v. ST. MARY'S, BARRY DOCKS. This match was played on Saturday afternoon last on the ground of the St. Mary's Club, when the home team won by the respectable total of 100 runs. Harry Waters and W. T. Llewellyn contri- buted 50 and 34 respectively to the winning number while Llewellyn and Treharne shared the bowling honours, each taking five wickets. Appended are the scores ST. MARY'S. H. Waters, c J. Tresider, b Sadler 50 W. T. Llewellyn, c and b J. Tresider. 34 J. Acheson, b J. Tresider 0 A. Thomas, l.b.w. b Sadler 5 S. J. Bourne, b J. Tresider 3 C. J. Davies, c and b Sadler., 0 W. J. Blainey, b Sadler. 0 W. Treharne, c and b Laws 5 F. Clark, I.b.w. b Sadler 0 E. B. Blainey, b Sadler 5 R. W. Hall, not out 3 Extras 22 Total.127 BARRY DOCK. A.Lewis,bLIeweUyn. 2 F. Bartle, c Bourne, b Llewellyn 0 F. Sadler, b Llewellyn 0 W. Westall, b Treharne 7 W. Kinnersley, c Clark, b Llewellyn. 0 W. Laws, c Clark, b Llewellyn. 6 W. Bald win, b Treharne. 0 J. Quinnell, c Clark, b Treharne 0 J. Tresider, c Blainey, b Treharne. 4 T. Jones, not out 5 S. Tresider, b Treharne. 1 Extras 2 Total 27
BARRY 2NDS v. COWBRIDGE GRAMMAR…
BARRY 2NDS v. COWBRIDGE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Played at Cowbridge on Saturday last, and ended in a win for the visitors by two wickets and nine runs. A feature of the match was the fine all-round display of J. Edwards, who scored 22 (not out), and took six of his opponents' wickets. The following were the scores :— Cowbridge School: K. Morgan, c Taylor, b Edwards, C. V. Stockwood, run out, 12; Mr Jones, b Harris, 0 Mr Widdows. c D. Lewis, b Harris, 12 J. A. Griffiths, c D. Lewis, b Edwards, 2 J. Dunn, b Edwards, 2 F. Dunn, not out, 11 P. Davies, b Edwards, 5; Phillips, c B. Lewis, b Edwards, 0; P. G. Thomas, b Edwards, 0; T. James, run out, 2 extras, 7 total, 54. Barry 2nds: D. Lewis, c Griffiths, b Stockwood, 5 B. W. Lewis, c Widdows, b Jones, 0: G. Travers, b Jones, 0; J. Harris, b Jones, 3 R. Williams, run out, 0 Ivor Reece, b Jones, 17 B. Johnson, c Dunn, b Stockwood, 9 Tudor Jones, b Stockwood, 2 J. Edwards, not out, 22 W. Jones, not out, 1; extras, 4 total, 63. E. Taylor did not bat.
BARRY Y.M.C.A. v. BARRY ISLAND.
BARRY Y.M.C.A. v. BARRY ISLAND. Played at Barry Island on Saturday last, and the scores resulted as follows :— Barry Y.M.C.A.: T. Thomas, b G. Grogan, 8; R. Lewis, b F. Grogan, 0 G. Morgan, b F. Grogan, 0 E. Jones, c Lewis, b G. Grogan, 1 W. Baker, c Lewis, b F. Grogan, 1 E. B. Waite. not out, 5 D. Lougher, c Lewis, b F. Grogan, 0 W. Williams, b F. Grogan, 0 W. Morgan, b F. Grogan, 0 D, Lewis, b F. Grogan, 1 F. W. Thomas, b F. irogan, 0 extras, 3 total, 19. Barry Island Vine, b Jones, 0 Reynolds, b Waite, 6 F. Grogan, h. w., b Waite, 3 Ayre, not out, 22; McLennon, c Baker, b Waite, 3 G. Grogan, c Morgan, b Jones, 0 James, run out, 3 Lewis, b Jones, 0 Atwell, b Waite, 1 Dainton, b Waite, 1 Forbes, run out, 0 extras, 2 total, 41. In the second innings the Y.M.C.A. compiled 14 runs, leaving the Islanders winners by an inn in and eight runs. ST. MARY'S JUNIORS (BARRY DOCKS) V. ST. CADOC (CADOXTON).-Thts match was played at Cadoxton Common, both teams being strongly represented. P. Adams and F. Howell opened the innings for the Church, and David and Rees shared the bowling for St. Cadoc's. The score had reached 12 runs, when through a misunderstanding Howell was run out. J. Evans followed, and con- tributed 5 before he was naught by J. Marshall, who was fielding well. 1. Richards also batted well for the Juniors, making 7 runs before he was caught by A. Donaldson. Scores :-St. Mary's Juniors P. Adams, b David, 41 F. Howell, run out, 2 J. Evans, c Marshall, b Rees, 5 B. Adams, c David, b Hurman, 1 I. Richards, c Marshall, b Donaldson, 7 T. Howell, c Llewellin, b David, 2 A. Richards, c Rees, b Hurman, 0 W. Mackintosh, b David, 0 N. Richards, hit wicket, b David, 0 A. Waters, b Hurman, 1 S. Davies, not out, 0 extras, 9 total, 68. T. Jenkins and A. Donaldson started St. Cadoc's innings, and P. Adams bowled the former with his first ball. Donaldson made 11 runs when he was run out. I. Llewellin (9), W. Rees (6), and F. Rose (3 not out) also played well for St. Codoc. St. Cadoc T. Jenkins, b P. Adams, 0 A. Donaldson, run out, 11 A. David, b P. Adams, 0 J. Hurman, b 1. Richards, 3 1. Llewellin, run out, 9 T. Williams, b P. Adams. 1 W. Rees, st H. Adams, b I. Richards, 6 F. Rose, not out, 3 W. Froom, b P. Adams, 1 H. Mitchell, b 1. Richards, 0 J. Marshall, c Waters, b P. Adams, 0 extras, 8 total, 42. ST. MARY'S BOWLING ANALYSIS. O. M. R. W. P.Adams. 75. 4 12 5 I. Richards 6 1 15 3 J, Evans 1 0 7 0 CLIVE ROAD SCHOOL (BARRY ISLAND) V. THOMPSON STARS (BARRY DOCK).-This match was played on the ground of the latter, and ended in a victory for the School. McMurtry bowling well for the winners, and Lloyd proving a good wicket-keeper. Scores: Clive-road School, 93 runs for seven wickets Thompson Stars, 30 runs.
ATHLETIC CHATTER. The result of the match, St. Mary's Juniors v. Barry VillA. 2nds, played at Barry last Saturday week, was a draw, not a win for the Villa, as we stated in our last issue. After several weeks' absence, J. Vickery, captain of the Barry Y,M.C.A. C.C., will play against Dinas Powis 2nds next Saturday. Mr A. J, Abercrombie, of Barry Island, is pro- moting a walking contest open to grocers and assistants in South Wales for a silver cup, the walk to be done in heats or parties, such as Merthyr to Pontypridd party, Cardiff to Barry Island, Aberdare to Pontypridd, Newport to Cardiff. Pontypridd to Cardiff, and any other parties who can arrange a twelve mile's walk. First second and third in each batch to walk in the final from Cardiff to Barry Island and back en September 2. The heats will be walked on Wednesdays and Thursdays during June, July, and August. Any parties wishing to join should communicate with Mr Abercrombie. H. Ayre made a good stand at the wickets for Barry Island C.C. last Saturday against Barry Y.M.C.A., making 22 runs not out. Clive- road School C.C. would like to arrange fixtures with junior teams. Apply to the secretary, G. McLennan, 20, Red brink-Crescent, Barry Island. The loyal members of the Dinas Powis Cricket Club have been much encouraged by the promising form displayed by several young cricketers in the village in the last couple of matches. Although the club has not yet notched a win, signs of improvement were evident in the all-round display of the team at Whitchurch last Saturday. What the club is most in need of is two or three seasoned bastmen to give more stability to the batting. Percy Vivian has strengthened the club in every department. Perc is undoubtedly one of the best all-round men in the team. He bats in a steady and confident manner, bowls a puzzling ball which requires some watching, and is a capital fielder in any position. Above all he is a prime favourite with his fellow-players. D. Wakeford, one of the most promising young players in the club, won general praise at Whitchurch last Saturday by his superb batting. Young Wakeford possesses a few good strokes, which include a half-cut past cover point, a taking forward stroke, and is particularly strong on the leg-side. He was batting 40 minutes for 15 runs against Whitchurch, and will be a decided acquisition to the villagers. Another young player of much promise is J. Evans, who is fast developing into a first wicket man. His batting is extremely cautious, and plays well over the ball. He supplies a much needed want by wearing the edge off the bowling, which was lacking since the secession of Waters. W J. B. Smithson. who has played Rugger football for Cardiff and Newport, and also wielded the willow for several prominent clubs, including Whitchurch, and Cardiff 2nds, has promised to assist the club regularly after some practice. Smithson is a stylish and forcing bat, a capital field, and throws down a good ball. Vazie Simons, lately of the Pontypridd Cricket Club, through whose untiring efforts the club in that district owes much of its flourishing condition, has intimated his intention of donning the pads for Dinas Powis. The attack of the Dinas Powis club is still well- maintained. and the biggest need is efficient fielding. Much has been written lately about fielding that young and old cricketers ought to I tage the advice to heart. More matches are won by good fielding than anything, and there is nothing I more discouraging to a bowler than to see catches dropped and runs given away through indifferent fielding. Mr Arthur Manning, in his notes in the Evening JExpress last Saturday, wrote :—Tonypandy on Tuesday held a meeting, and provided plenty of variety and was well patronised by local talent. In the flat events a young runner, in the person of J. O. Beddoe, of Newland-street, Barry Docks, did very well by winning the sprint and running second in the quarter. Beddoe is a comparative novice as yet, but he has caught my eye on more than one occasion by his game running. Properly looked after, he should improve a deal on his present form. Beddoe during the Whitsun holidays won no less than 422 in prizes at four meetings.
NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES.
NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. DINAS POWIS V. COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS (CARDIFF).—To be played at Dinas Powis Common; wickets to be pitched at 2.45 p.m. sharp. Dinaa Powis team J, Collins (captain), P. Vivian, H. Peach, H. Vivian, D. James, D. Wakeford, A. Black, D. J. Martin, J. Evans, R. G. Russell, and 1. Griffin. BARRY DOCK v. TONDU. -To be played at the Buttrills, Barry; wickets to be pitched at 2.45 p.m. sharp. Barry Dock team — W. Westall (captain), F. Sadler, F. Bartle, S. Andrews, W. Baldwin, J. Tresider, W. Laws, Dai Williams, G. Waters, W. Kinsley, • and J. Quinnell. Reserves -T. Jones, A. Lewis, and W. Buckland. ST. MARY'S (BARRY DOCK) v, BARRY 2NHS.—To be played at Tynewydd Field, Barry Docks; wickets pitched at three o'clock. St. Mary's team :—J. Acheson (captain), H. Waters, Rev J. S. Longdon, R. Bell, S. J. Bourne, A. Thomas, W. Richards, W. Treharne, S. Thomas, F. Clark, and C. Davies. Reserves — W. Garner, R. W. Hall, and W. C. Cay ley. BARRY ST. MARY'S 2NDS (BARRY DOCK) V. ST. NICHOLAS (BARRY). To be played at Romilly Park, Barry; wickets pitched at 3 p.m. St. Mary's team — P. J. Adams (captain), Idris Richards, F. Howell, John Evans, A. G. Waters, T. J. Howell, H. G. Adams, A. Richards, W. Mackintosh, S. Davies, and J. Marshall. Reserves N. Richards and C. Milner. BARRY V. CANTON. To be played at Barry Island wickets pitched at 2.45 p.m. Barry team :-T. J. Morgan (captain), Si. Jenkins, Rev H. H. Stewart, J. H. Morgan, Eli Kirby, T. Evans, W. Gameson, R. Williams, W. M. Douglas, Mark Roach, and Ivor Reece. Reserve—J. Davies. BARRY 2ND V. ST. MARY'S (BARRY DOCK).— To be played on the ground of the latter. Barry 2nd team:—J. Harris (captain), J. Edwards, W. A. Jones, B. Johnson, E. Taylor, J. C. Jones, H. Owen, Dai Lewis, George Travers, Ben Lewis, and Tudor Jones. Reserves-Bert Butler and A. J. Medcroft. BARRY Y.M.C.A. v. DINAS POWIS 2NDS.-To be played on Dinas Powis Common wickets pitched at 3 p.m. Train leaves Barry Dock Station at 2.16 p.m. Y.M.C.A. team:—J. Vickery (captain), Evan Jones R. Lewis, D. Lewis, W. T. Morgan, G. Morgan, W. Vickery, E. B. Waite. D. Lougher, F. W. Thomas, and W. Baker. I
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LIST OF NEW INVENTIONS.I
LIST OF NEW INVENTIONS. I Specially compiled for the Barry Dock News by 31 r George Barker. F.C.I.P.A., Patent Agent and Consulting Engineer, 77,Colmore-row, Birmingham, from whom all further information may be obtained regarding the patenting of inventions, and the registration of designs and trade marks in England and abroad APPLICATIONS OF GENERAL INTEREST. Improvements in means of tapping casks, and similar vessels by the use of an india rubber valve. —C. W. Neville, Bristol. Improved mechanism for operating railway wagon brakes with right hand levers from either sides.-D. Edmunds, S. Roberts, and T. Roberts, Bristol. Improvements in coupling devices, colliery trams, or corves;-T. Davies, and W. J. Rees, Barry Docks. The improved shackle pin.—J. Evans, Merthyr Tydfil. Improved safety shackle for the coupling of trams in mines and for all surface work where such may be applicable.-D. Jones, Aberdare. Safety pin and shackle for coupling on colliery trams, and the like.-D. Jenkins, and D. J. Jenkins, Cardiff. A safety coupling for colliery trams, or corves, and the like.-E. Webley, Nantyglo. Improvements in the manufacture of artificial fuel.—W. Brown, Swansea. A central steering lever for bicycles.—H. Lester, Cardiff.
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REVIEW OF PUBLICATIONS.I
REVIEW OF PUBLICATIONS. OASSELL'S ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE BOER WAR. Part 17 of Cassell's Illustrated History of the Boer War is to hand. The cover contains a strik- ing portrait of General Sir John French, K.C.B. The number before us carries the war from the preparations for Lord Roberts' great advance to the entry into Kroonstadt and the relief of Mafe- king, and it is a singular coincident that this memorable stage should have reached us just at the time when, only a few rays ago, General Baden Powell was at our doors receiving the I freedom of Cardiff. The views embraced in the number include Cavalry advancing over rough ground a welcome drink from a native the Artillery threatened with a Boer charge the Highlanders capture some prisoners Lord Roberts and his staff native grooms crouching over a camp fire sabres were flashing in the moonlight the guards' march into Kroonstad an underground officer at Mafeking setting fire to the inflammable huts in the advance trenches &c. The volume will be completed in 30 parts, the inflammable huts in the advance trenches &c. The volume will be completed in 30 parts, the price of each Dumber being 6d. The pub- lishers of this splendid historical work are Messrs Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris. New York, and Melbourne.
W. J. HALLETT, COMPLETE I Funeral Furnisljer, Under- taker, aqd Director, 248, Holton Rd., Barry Dock, AND 5, Broad Street, Barry. First Class Work Guaranteed at Third Class Prices. All Orders receive my own practical and personal attention. COMPETITION ABSOLUTELY DEFIED. No COMMISSION PAID.
I Births, Sfarriages, Deaths. BIRTHS. BURFORD.-On the 8th instant, at Place Villa, Redbrink-crescent, Barry Island, the wife of Mr Robert Burford,channel pilot, of a son (stillborn), MARRIAGES. —MORGAN.—On the 4th instant, at the Parish Church. Kilypebyll, Pontardawe, by the Rev W. J. Davies, assisted by the Rev Walter Jones, vicar of the parish, Mr Morgan Davies. of tne firm of Slessrs Hughes and Davis, solicitors, Cardiff, to Miss Elizabeth Morgan, youngest dau^btpr of 1H r Daniel Morgan, Alltwen, Pontardawe. MICHAEL—SHELLARD.—On the 10th instant, at Tynewydd-road English Congregational Ghapel, Barry Docks, by the Rev J. Mydvr Evans, minister, Mr William Henry Michael, coal- trimmer, 177, Gladstone-road, Barry Docks, to Miss Emily Shellard, third daughter of Mr Charles Shellard. foreman at the Brattice Cloth and Rubber Works, Newport. Mon., and niece of Mr and Mrs W. James. Richmond Villa, Kings- land-crescent, Barry Docks, — The hride, who was given away by her uncle, Mr W. James, was attended by Miss Sissie Michael, sister of the bridegroom, and Mies Maud Sheiiard, sister of the bride, Mr T. Harries being best man. DEATHS. DUNN,—On the 5th instant, at 13, Clive-rosd, Barry Island, Mr William Frederick Dunn, boat- man, aged 44 years. JON.ES.—On the 7th instant, at Prisk Farm, Welsh St. Donat's, Mary, widow of Mr Rees Jones, labourer, aged 73 years. JONES.—On the 9th instant, at 4. Harbour-road, Barry, Mr William Jones, locomotive engine driver, aged 61 years. Funeral will leave the house Saturday, at 4 p.m., for Merthyr Dovan Cemetery. KITLKY.—On the 3rd instant, at 20, Railway- terrace, St. Andrew s, Mr Joseph Kitley, house painter, aged 55 years. LEWIS.—On the Sth instant, at Cross Farm, St. Andrew's, Elizabeth, wife of Mr Rees Lewis, farmer, aged 50 year?. Funeral will leave the house on Saturday, at 1 p.m., for St. Andrew's Churchyard. MASLIN,-On the 5th inst, at 38, Newland-street, Barry Docks, Edith Mary, wife of Mr John Thomas Maslin, ship's painter, aged 21 years. HADCLIFFE. On the 2rd instant, at Elmwood, Dinas Powis, Annie, wire of Mr Rees Radcliffe, step-mother of Messrs Henry, Dan, and Charles Radcliffe, shipowners, Cardiff, in her 61st year. SACRE.—On the 8th instant, at 112, Barry-road, Cadoxton-Barry, Ivy Madeline, daughter of Mr Walter Robert Sacre, fishmonger, aged three years. SURRTDGE.—On the 9th instant, at 46, Bell-street, Barry, Alice May, daughter of Mr Ernest Sur- ridge, labourer, aged seven months. IN MEMORiAM. WELLINGTON.—In loving memory of Edwin, my beloved husband, who was accidentally killed at the Commercial Dry Dock. Birrv, on Jane 12th, 1901. God. in His tender care, our loved one keepeth, And softly whispers to our hearts He is not dead, but sleepeth." WIFE AND CHILDREN.
JAMES JONES & CO., UNDERTAKERS, AND FUN E RAl CARRIAGE PROPRIETORS, 67, HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCKS. Open Cars, Hearses, Broughams, Shellibiers and Belgian Horses. The only Funeral Carriage Master in the District tchere Horses are kept exclusively for Funerals. Funerals Completely Furnished in Superior Style with every Requisite, including all Fees and Expenses, according to the fixed Charges regulated to suit all Customers, with a strict regard to Economy in every detail. COUNTRY UNDERTAKERS SUPPLIED THROUGHOUT. National Telephone-No 53. Tele.rams- "Jones, Undertaker, Barrv Docks. A. G. ADAMS, I UNDERTAKER & FUNERAL CARRiAGE PROPRIETOR 134, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCKS, Funerals Furnished in Superior Style including all arrangements for Grave and 11 I Minis'^r, and carried out under Personal Supervision. PROMPT ATTENTION. Memorial Cards, Wreaths, and Tablet? always in Stock. fi" Terms on Application Telegrams Adams, Undertaker, Barry Dock. National Telephone, 0128. WORKSHOP AND MEWS—MERTHTR-STKEET. II ATOUSTIEE J. STOSE (LATE STONE BHOS.) FUNERAL FURNISHER AND FUNEBAL DIRECTOR. I PERSONAL SUPERVISION TO ALL ORDERS. Nat. Tel.—Cardiff. No, 704. Barry Docks, No. 37. Post Office Tel.-No. 612, Cardiff. Telegrams: "Stone Bros., Cardiff." ''Stone Bros., Barry Docks." I 5, Working-street, Cardiff, AND 1101, HOLTON ROAD. I BARRY DOCKS. | ESTABLISHED 60 YEARS. FOR FIRST CLASS FUNERAL FUR. F NISHERS and UNDERTAKERS go to W, SPICKETT, The Oldest and Only Experienced Undertakers in the District. Sole Proprietors of Glass Hearses, Open Cars, Shellebiers. Coaches, and Flemish Horses. — Address 181, COURT ROAD (near Calfaria Baptist Chapel), CADOXTON-BARRY. PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION. P.S.—No connection with any other Firm. .JMM