CA DOXTON-BARRY. I ACCIDENT TO A MASON. — George Love, a Cadoxton stonemason, employed by Messrs Topham, Jones, and Railton, contractors, at Cardiff, was admitted into the Cardiff Infirmary on Satur- day last suffering from injuries to the head caused by a stone falling on him. JUVENILE SUITS A SPECIALITY. — All the popular styles. This season our success will be complete. For Boys' Suits we have the correct goods at the correct prices, which will be within the reach of all. Inspection invited. Everything smart, everything good, value is our motto. Pretty designs, includiag the Clyde, the Malvern, the Forest, the Henley, Premier, &c., in fashionable cloths also the Sailor, Norfolk, Reefer, and Rugby for smart school suits, specially made to stand the test of hard wear. This season's stock is the best we have ever shown.-Addresses :—D. LLOYD & Co., Main street, Cadoxton; and Helton road, Barry Docks.
BARRY DOCKS. THE UNIONIST BAND will play in the enclosure at the foot of Tynewydd-road, Barry Docks, next Saturday evening. NEW STORES. — Messrs Meggitt and Jones, timber importers, Barry Docks, have recently erected several large new stores at the Basin, Barry Docks, for the reception of seasoned timber. CONSERVATIVE APPOINTMENT.—Mr J. Harrison, late secretary of the Barry Dock R.A.O.B. Institute, has been appointed secretary of the Central Conservative Club and Institute, Cardiff. PIANOFORTE, Organ (Pedal), American Organ, Violin, Violoncello, Solo Singing, Theory, and Harmony thoroughly taught by MR W. T. LLEWELLYN, Organist and Choirmaster of St. Mary's Church, Barry Dock. Address—31, Court- road, Barry Dock. Terms moderate. DINAM HALL, MERTHYR-STREET.—Services next Sunday at 11 a.m., 3 and 6 30 p.m. Preacher, Rev H. G. Howell, Crwys Hall, Cardiff. Monday, 7.30 p.m. Wednesday, 7.30 p.m. Children's Services, Sunday, 11 a.m., 2 30 and 6.30 p.m. Wednesday, 6 p.m. Thursday, 6 p.m. Hearty welcome. Sankey's hymns. All seats free. "SPOT CASH" IS OUR MOTTO, AND WE PLAY THE GAME—Ready-to-wear Clothing, a splendid selection of Gents. Youths', and Boys' Suits. We want you to kindly examine the sterling value we give -.ve are convinced that, selling for ready- money, we give the best value in South Wales to-day. We can save you a sovereign on a suit if you pay cash, and give you the very finest selection in the county.—D.LLOYD & Co., at Main-street, Cadoxton and Holton-road, Barry Docks. THE LATE MR HENRY THOMAS.—The funeral of the late Mr Henry Thomas, engineer, of 91, Dock View-road, Barry Docks, son-in-law of Mr T. Hopkin, Bassett Arms Hotel, took place at Pen- mafk on Saturday afternoon last, the officiating clergyman being the Rev Percy Mortimer, M.A., rector. The coffin, which was of panelled English oak, was covered with floral tributes from relatives and friends. The funeral arrangements were carried out in a satisfactory manner by Messrs James Jones and Company, Holton-road, Barry Docks. HOLTON ROAD ENGLISH BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY.—Special services in connection with the anniversary of the Sunday School of Holton-road English Baptist Chapel, Barry Docks, will be held on Sunday next. The preacher both morning and evening, will be the Rev J. M. Jones, of Newbridge. In the afternoon, at 2.30, there will be a children's service, Councillor J. A. Manaton, J.P., chairman of the District Council presiding, and a programme of dialogues, recitations, singing, &c.. will be rendered. Mr T. S. Williams, will be the conductor, and Mr G. Rogers will preside at the organ. The collections will be in aid of the Sunday school funds.-On Wednesday evening at 7.30 Alderman J. C. Meggitt, J.P., will occupy the chair at a miscellaneous entertainment which will be given at the same place by the scholars and friends. The prices of admision will be 6d and 3d. THE VOLUNTARY HOSPITAL. — During the coming weeks notes will be left at every house in the district to enable everyone to give a mite towards the £ 1.300 required to pay for the new permanent building. They will be left on successive Thursdays, and collected on the follow- ing Monday. Will everyone who haa not yet received a note put odd pennies aside to put in their n.otes when they arrive ? And will all who have notes from previous weeks that have not yet been called for, send them to the hospital ?— Amounts found in this week's notes :-Mr and Mrs Rich 2s 3d, Miss Muriel Budge Is. D. J. Jones Is, Mrs Philipps 2s 6d, Notley and Company Is, Mrs Luther Is, Mrs Durbin 3d, Mr Morris 2s, Anon- Is 6d, Mrs Beckworth Is, Mr J. R. Thomas Is, Mrs Lloyd Is, Mr Fenn 3d, Mr Young 2s 6d, Mrs Phillips 3d, Mrs Osborne 6d, Mr Hardy Is, Mr Gibby 5s, Anon Is, D.H.M. Is, total &1 7s. Other contributions to building fund :—Mr F. Edwards, 21s Miss Adams, 2s 6d total received up to date, £181 16s 8d promised, P,20, d650, and 45. Amounts received towards general fund :—Mr F. Edwards 21s, Mrs C. D. Rose £ 5, Mrs Aitken 10s, E. T. Agius (Limited) 21s, Mr Lamplough 20s, in Barry Dock Station box 3s 5d, Mrs Kennedy Erskine 03, Mrs Bcurdillon 5s, Rev A. Browne 21s, Anon 2s 6d, Mr C. C. Dunn 21s, Messrs Barsdorf and Company 21s, proceeds of Whitsuntide Refresh- ment Stalls, etc., £ 8. I
BARRY. BARRY PSESBYTERIAN CHURCH. — Services will be held next Sunday at 11 a.m. and 6.3'0 p.m. Sunday School, 2.30 p.m. Preacher, Rev M. Richards, St. Mellon's. BARRY ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.— Services will be held next Sunday in the New Hall in Windsor-road at 11 a;.m. and 6.30 p.m. Sunday School at 2.30 p.m. Preacher: Rev C. J. Clarke (pastor). 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. Piano tuning, 2s 6d. VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY CHURCH PARADE.— A Church Parade of the 2nd Glamorgan Royal Garrison Volunteer Artillery will take place at St. Paul's Church, Barry, on Sunday next. The Cardiff Companies will parade at the Cardiff River- side Station at 10 a.m., and the Penarth Companies at Cogan at 10.15. They will join the Barry Company at the Drill Hall, Bassett-street, Barry Docks, and march to St. Paul's Church, headed by the Regimental Band. YOUNG MBN S WALKING COMPETITION. —THE first competitive walk in the Barry district will take place on Saturday next in connection with the Barry Young Men's Institute. The course will be from the Boys' Brigade Hall to St. Fagan's and back. The winner will receive a gold medal, and silver medals will be given to the next three to arrive. A start will be made at three p.m..and a good competition is anticipated. LADIES' AND GENTS' PERFECT TAILORING.— Our reputation for special garments is second to none. All goods being made in up-to-date factories with every up-to-date facility, we san cut, make, and trim any style of garment in the latest and best styles. Gentlemen, to whom it is a necessity to dress well, should visit our establish- ments and inspect our magnificent collection of materials. Prices strictly moderate, terms wash on the spot.-D. LLOYD & Co,, The People's Clothiers, Holton road, Barry Docks and Main street Cadoxton. WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY.— The Sunday school anniversary of Barry Wesleyan Church will be held on Sunday next, when the Rev Robert Bond will preach both morning and evening. In the afternoon, at 2.45, a special children's service will be held, and a programme of singing, recitations, &c,, will be rendered. Councillor J. A. Hughes will preside. On Wednesday next a public tea will be held from 5.30 to 7 p.m., followed at 7.30 by a service of song, entitled A Jewelled Diadem," with recitations, &c. The artiste8 will be-Soprano, Miss F. Dure contralto, Miss Mabel Hosgood elocutionist, Mr G. Waters. The chair will be taken by Mr W. H. Wallis. Tickets for tea. and service of song, Is; service of Bong only, 6d and Is.
MKS.GfiUHDY'S JOTTINGS. A deputation of the Barry Free Church Council has this week waited upon Mr W. P. Phillips and Councillor J. A. Manaton, the overseers of the poor for the parish of Barry, asking them to accept part payment of the rate, thus enabling a practical protest to be made against the local administration of the Education Act. The overseers are con- sidering their legal position in the matter. In connection with the plans competition for the new Reading Rooms at Cadoxton, it was stated in our last issue that the second best plans were those of Mr W. E. Knapman, and the third those of Mr J. A. Owen. This was not correct, and the Libraries' Committee consider the plans submitted by the gentlemen named to be of equal merit. Mr H. B. Winfield, the captain of the Cardiff Football Club and Welsh international, is at present living at Barry Island. Already more than twenty entries have been received for the Barry Coaltrimmers' walk on Saturday week, and several valuable prizes have been promised. The competitors are in active training, and are doing the distance daily. A list of competitors will appear in our next issue. The reception of Miss E. Price Hughes, M.A,, one of the vice-presidents of the Barry District Educational Society, on her return home from Japan, will take place at Hannah-street Council Schools, Cadoxton, this evening (Friday), at 7.30. There was a vigorous contest between the Barry District Council, endeavouring to conduct its business at the Gas Offices last Monday evening, and Mr Danter's steam organ playing classic music outside. Eventually harmony supervened, for Mr Danter consented to hush the organ for an hour, and asked the Council to hurry up. The heel-aifd-toe fever has reached Barry. The mechanical employees of the Barry Railway Com- pany intend holding a prize walk next Saturday week, for which there is already a good entry. The course in this instance will be practically the same as the coal-trimmers, but to prevent clashing the start in this race will be made from Broad- street at an earlier hour. There is in the Barry district at the present time a coloured man named Archer who was one of those who had represented Manhatten Island against Dr W. G. Grace's All England Eleven in 1896. Lady Wilde, mother of Dr Neville Wilde, of Barry Docks, is at present spending a summer holiday at Barry. Mr A. D. Mein, Barry, was one of the com- petitors in the Coal Exchange walk to Porthcawl last Saturday. The directors of the Barry Railway Company have declined to receive the proposed joint deputa- tion of the Barry District Council and Cham-ber of Trade with reference to the necessity of increased dry dock accommodation at Barry. Councillor J. L. Davies and Mrs Davies, Cadoxton, have been summering since Whitsuntide at Whitland and Goodwick. A Church Parade of the 2nd Glamorgan Royal Garrison Artillery (Volunteers) will be held next Sunday morning at St. Paul's Church, Barry. The Regimental Band will attend, By an extraordinary coincidence, the Chairman of the Barry District Council gave his casting vote last Monday evening with musical honours, for just as Mr Manaton proclaimed himself in favour of the formation of a new road from Barry to Holton Farm, and the abandonment of the old love-lane, Mr Danter's unsentimental steam organ blurted forth the opening strains of Good-bye, Dolly, I must leave you." Mr Tom Gratorex, the late captain of the Barry Quoit Club, and holder of the Welsh Quoit Championship, is expected home on annual leave from West Africa on the 18th of July, and he will probably play in the final for the South Wales and Monmouthshire League Championship at Merthyr on the 25th. In view of the forthcoming vacancy of headship at Holtsn-road Infants' School, Barry Docks, it is expected that, following the example recently set in the case of Holton-road Boys' School, the appointment will be divided, and two head teachers will be chosen. Mr James Holmes, the organiser of the Amal- gamated Society of Railway Servants, has been adopted as Labour candidate for the Eastern Division of Birmingham in opposition to Sir Benjamin Stone, the present Conservative member. During the past week the coaltrimmers of Barry have been training hard for the walking competi- tion on Saturday week. Mr T. J. Chamberlain, of the Barry Dock News Offices, attended, as delegate of the Cardiff and Barry district, the quinquennial delegate meeting of the Typographical Society held in Birmingham a fortnight ago. Giving evidence in an assault case at Penarth Police-court last Wednesday, a witness, who described himself as a school-master, referred to the boys at the truant school performing their oblations. He probably meant their ablutions. Barry has had the novel experience during the past week of seeding coals to Newcastle, for on Saturday the steamer Coronilla left Barry Docks with a full cargo of coal for the well-known Tyne port. Mr Dsnrid Davies, Llandinam, one of.the directors of the Barry Railway Company, is suggested as probable Liberal candidate for Merthyr Boroughs at the next General Election. The mechanic who was recently removed to the Barry Isolation Hospital, suffering from small-pox, contracted whilst working on board ship at Barry Docks with a man from an infected house at Cardiff, has this week been discharged sonvalescent. Another case has, however, appeared in the district this week, the patient being a little girl named Evans, and both mother and child have been removed to the Isolation Hospital.
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WOMAN'S SUDDEN DEATH AT CADOXTON-BARRY. A woman named Thbry Anne Brooks, aged 68, wife of Joseph Brooks, a roadman in the employ of the Barry Urban District Council, died with painful suddenness on Sunday afternoon last. She was in her own house, at 33, Lee-road, Cadoxton- Barry, and was clearing up after dinner, when she suddenly fell, and died almost immediately. Failure of the heart's action was, in the opinion of Dr P. J. O'Donnell, the cause of death, An inquest was held at Cadoxton Police Station on Tuesday afternoon, and Dr O'Donnell having given it as his opinion that death was due to fatty degeneration of the heart, a verdict accordingly was returned.
BARRY RIFLE CLUB. The first shoot for the National Rifle Association Bronze Medal came off on Saturday last in con- nection with the Barry Rifle Club. There were nine competitors, the best scores being as follows :— follows 200 500 600 Yds. Yds. Yds. Total. W. J, Dailey. 20 32 25. 77 R. Howell 23 22 22 77 Major Ensor 19 27 20 66 Sergeant A. L. Howell 21 15 11 47
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BARRY METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. For week ending Monday, June 1st, 190:5:- Baro- Thermo- meter. meter. Rain. Max, Min. Ins. Tuesday, 26 30"20 71 49 — Wednesday, 27. 3010 70 49 0*02 Thursday, 28 29-90 68 52 010 Friday, 29 29'70 60 54 018 Saturday, 30 29*70 72 55 — Sunday, 31 29*70 75 55 — Mondav, 1 29'80 71 58 — E. W. WAITE.
BARRY DOCK TIDE TABLE The following is the Tide Table for Barry Dock for the week commencing to-morrow (Saturday):- Day Mor Alt h.m. ft. in h. m. ft in. Saturday, 13. 8.56 34. 7 9.13 34. 0 Sunday, 14 9.29 33. 8 9.45 33. 1 Monday, 15 10. 2 32. 5 10.19 31.10 Tuesday, 16 10.36 31. 0 10.54 30. 5 Wednesday, 17 11.13 29. 5 11.33 29. 2 Thursday, 18 11.56 28. 2 Friday, 19 0.22 28. 1 0.53 27. 5 Honest advertising (in the Barry Dock News) creates trade: constant advertising holds and increases it.
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OLDEST ESTABLISHED THE BARRY DISTRICT BILLPOSTING CO., LIMITED, RENTS ALL THE BEST POSITIONS, HAS ALL THE BEST HOARDINGS, And more than Treble the Space of all others combined. MEMBERS OF THE BILLPOSTERS <" ASSOCIATION. Handbills Carefully Delivered. OFFICES: 71, HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCKS W. THOMAS, SECRETARY — Small Prepaid Advertisements. xxr i r\ Three Six Words. Once timeg times 20 Words 0 9 1 3 2 0 30 Words 1 0 1 9 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 ISbd 8 to 13 Is 26 lOd 52 6d 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 Itoical. 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. Situations laxatti. SMART ERRAND BOY WANTED. Willing to make himself generally useful. — Apply MANAGER, Barry Dock JVews, Barry Docks. BARRY DOCK EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 123, HOLTON-ROAD. Servants Wanted. Good Generals, Cooks, Hotel Servants, Barmaids, &c. BARRY DOCK CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY requires STRONG YOUTH for Grocery Delivery and Assist in Warehouse must be good driver age 16 to 18.-Apply, stating wages,and enclosing copies of references by June 15th, 1903, to the Committee 6, Wyndham-street, Barry Dock. WANTED, a strong willing GIRL, with reference.—67, Kingsland-crescent, Barry Docks. -< WANTED GOOD COOK GENERAL.—Apply Bristol House, Caduxton-Barry. apartments tu liei. COMFORTABLE FURNISHED SITTING- C ROOM and BEDROOM for Gentleman, 5s weekly; or Two Bedrooms for Two Friends shar- ing Sitting-room, 8s weekly. Hot and cold bath no children.—28, Jewel-street, Barry Docks. BARRY.— Front Apartments, pleasantly situated. Suit Gentlemen Friends. Charges moderate. Three minutes from Station.—"A. Barry Dock News, Barry. .<tjUl J! Jot §ak. LADY'S BICYCLE FOR SALE, with Acces- sories complete. £ 4, a bargain.—Apply "J. Barry Dock News, Barry. LADY'S RALEIGH FOR SALE, in good con- dition, Dunlop Tyres.—11, Plymouth-road, Barry Island. BARRY, HILDA STREET. •— £ 75 down, and Balance of Purchase.Money on Mortgage at easy terms, will BUY a WELL-BUILT VILLA, with good Garden. Low ground rent, opposite new footbridge from Holton-road to the Docks.- Apply CHARLEY, 43, Penarth-road, Cardiff. -fftisallaneotts. WANTED, a HAND LAUNDRY BUSINESS. Send particulars to 30, Barry Bock News, Barry Docks. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT I, JL NICHOLAS ZAPETTIS, Boarding House Keeper and Tobacconist, 51, Thompson-street, Barry Docks, having disposed of my business, will, unless Claimed within Three Months, Sell to defray expenses a quantity of Clothing, Jewellery, &c., entrusted to my keeping. OIL PAINTING CLASSES are held by MlSS HAMMOND, 14, Romilly-road, Barry. Terms on application. MRS. ANDREWS, WARDROBE DEALER Highest Prices given for LADIES' and GENTS' LEFT. OFF CLOTHING. All orders promptly attended to in Town or Country.—19, Windsor-road, Barry. ARE you Satisfied to pay Money as Rent year after year when you could use the same money to Buy the House?—Apply Ity postcard, mentioning this paper, for particulars (which will be sent post free), to W. W. Benham., Esq, 72, Bishopggate Street. Without, London, B.C. 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, Binder Twine, Rick Sheets, 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.-J OHN HIBBERT AND SONS, Castle-street, Cardiff. FOR YOUR POULTRY FOOD go to w. H. BURROUGH, Newport House, ifkempson- street. Chick Food in 3d packets; also loose 21bs. for 2Jd. Agent for Caperns and Hyde's Bird Seed. PIGEON FANCIERS.—Old Tic Beans, Maple Peas, Tares, Tissue Maize, Buckwheat, Dari, Mixed Pigeon Food, etc., etc. Spratt's, Capern's,. and Hyde's Specialities for Song Birds and Poultry. -J. E. LEVERS AND SON, Hay, Corn, and Seed Merchants, Court-road, Cadoxton-Barry. MRS MEDLIN. 26, Holton-road, S«vry Docks, will buy all kinds of CAST OFF CLOTH- ING. Furniture Bought or Exchanged. MRS. REED, ACCOUCHEUSE (Q.C. Hos.) and fully qualified NURSE (14 years' Hospital and General Nursing experience). All classes attended. Fees reasonable.-215, Holton-road, Barry Docks. MISS CROCKER, MONTHLY NURSE, Cert. Queen Charlotte's Hospital, L«»den.—227, Holton-road, Barry Docks. MRS. COX, WEEKLY and" MONTHLY NURSE. Moderate terms.—41, Castlelamd- street, Barry Docks. MR. JOHN SUMMERS, 53, I)oclTviow-road, Barry Docks, TEACHES MUSIC and PITMAN'S SHORTHAND. Pupils prepared for Certificates. Moderate Terms. Printed and Published for the B'M-ry Dock Newspaper and Printing Company, Limited, by JOHN ROWLAND LLEWELLYN, at Holton-road, Barry Docks, Friday, June 12th, 11M..
During the heavy thunderstorm last Tuesday, a horse belonging to Mr T. B. Clode was killed at Llandough, and a valuable cow belonging to Mr T. Evans, Burden's Hill, Wenvoe. A house was also struck at Cadoxton, and some damage done. The Sanitary Committee of the Glamorgan County Council have just made a popular appoint- ment, Mr Reg. Wm. Hall, M.R.C.V.S.,L., Barry Docks, having this week been appointed as veterinary inspector for the Dinas Powis Petty Sessional Division of the County. The appoint- ment is a worthy tribute to Mr Hall's professional qualifications and personal popularity, for the other applicants were four of the leading Cardiff vets. Amongst the first-class passengers on board the R.M.S. Walmer Castle, which sailed on June 6th for the Cape, was Mr T. Kennelly Simpson, brother-in-law of Mr A. H. Denning, of Barry Docks. The traffic receipts of the Barry Railway, including the Vale of Glamorgan Railway, last week amounted to £ 8,827, a decrease, compared with the corresponding period of last year, of £4,405 aggregate increase, £ 5,366.