G E O R G E'S FILE AND GRAVEL PILLS. A MARVELLOUS REMEDY. "It is more than Gold to me-It saved my Life." PAIN IN THE BACK I AND LOINS. STONE, GRAVEL, UFJNAHY DISORDERS. SLUGGISHNESS OF THE LIVER AND KIDNEYS. BILIOUSNESS, INEIGES- TION, CONSTIPATION. FLATULENCE, PILES, COLIC. PALPITATION OF THE HEART. HEADACHE, GIDDINESS. j "PAIN AFTER EATING~ DROWSINESS. IfOOD TURNING SOUR. NERVOUSNESS, DESPONDENCY. DISAGREEABLE TASTE I IN THE MOUTH. SLEEPLESSNESS. J GENERAL DEBILITY. VOMITING, NAUSEA. BLOOD IMPURITIES, SORES, BOILS. RHEUMATISM, SCURVY. DROPSICAL SWELLINGS. OJFFICULTY OF BREATHING. &PERIENT, ANTI BILIOUS, DIURETIC, TONIC, BLOOD PURIFYING, NERVE STRENGTHENING, ALL YOU WANT. THE THREE FORMS OF THIS REMEDY. If you euffer Pain in the Back and Loins, or between trie Shoulders, this remedy will effectually remove c. If you are troubled with Irritation of the Bladder, Suppres- sion and Retention of the Water, Stone or Gravel, the only Safe and Effectual Remedy ever offered to the World is GEORGE'S PILE AND GRAVEL PILI S. 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. If your Kidneys and Liver$re sluggish and out of order, this remedy will greatly stimulate these important organs, open up their clogged passages, and promote the secretion of healthy bile and other vital fluids. If you are a martyr to Indigestion, Biliousness, and Con- stipation, you ave a sure Remedy in GEORGE'S PILLS. If you suffer from any Bowel Disorder, such as Piles, Con- stipation, Flatulence Colic, you have here a remedy you can always rely upon. If you suiler from Palpitation, and are afraid that your Heart is affected, you will find these Pilla an Efficacious Remedy. If you suffer from Headache and Giddiness, GEORGE'S PILLS will remove these paine sooner than any other known Medicine. If you have Pain after Eating, and feel Drowsy and Listless, one dose cf GEORGE'S PILLS will act like a charm. If your Food turns Sour and rises into the mouth, a few doses of this Remedy will make your trouble a thing of the past. If you feel Nervous, Excitable, and Low Spirited, a perfect Antidote will be found in GEORGE'S PILLS. If you have a Disagreeable Taste in the mouth, a single dose of GEORGE'S PILE AND GRAVEL PILLS at bed-time will clear the tongue before the dawn of another day. If Sleep fails to give you Rest, Try GEORGE'S PILLS. They will make your bed easy, sleep refreshing, and revive your strength. If you feel unfit for Exertion, Weak, and Limp, this Remedy 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 thought of eating, a box of GEORGE'S PILLS will make meat and drink both Savoury and Pleasant. If your Blood is impure, it will keep open all the important outlets o the body, and thus give free exit to all Gross Humours, and no more Blood Impurities will be seen bursting through the Skin in Pimples, Blotches, Sores, or Boils. In thousands of cases it has removed from the Blood, root and branch, Rheumatic, Scorbutic, Scrofulous taints that have defied all other Remedies. If you have a tendency to Dropsical Swellings, this Re- medy, by its action upon the Kidneys and Skin, will soon bring relief. If you have Difficulty of Breathing, this Remedy will prove a friend to you in the hour of need. It is Aperient, and, therefore, removes Constipation. It is Antibilious, and will, therefore, correct all irregularities of the Liver. It is Diuretic, and will, therefore, keep open the water passages. It is Tonic, and will, therefore, give tone and vigour to the Digestive Organs. It is Blood-Purifying and Nerva-Sfcrengthening it is, therefore, ALL YOU WANT. "The three forms of this Remedy- No. 1.—GEORGE'S PILE AND GRAVEL PILLS. No. 2.—GEORGE'S GRAVEL PILLS. No. 3—GEORGE'S PILLS for the PILES THfc'SE WORLD-RENOWNED PILLS ARE SOLD EVERYWHERE, IN BOXES, 1/1 £ AND 2/9 EACH. BY POST, 1/3 AND 3/ S'JJPRIETOR -J. E. GEORQE, M.R.P.S., HIRWAIN, GlAM. all FOLLICK'S 44, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCKS, Being OLD ESTABLISHED PAWNBROKERS, always have for SALE a Large Quantity of GENUINE iW FORFEITED PLEDGES. roSAYe are obliged to Sell at a Low Price to make room for Pledges continually being forfeited. Or Lend the HIGHEST PRICES on Watches, Jewellery, Guns, Pianos, Bicycler Furniture, and all kinds of Valuables. All Jewels and Valuables kept in IVIUulWEJRl'SS best burglar and fire-proof Safes. RE-PLATING AND GILDING DONE,, JEWELLERY REPAIRED AND RE-MOUNTED LIKE NEW, DIAMONDS AND PRECIOUS STONES MOUNTED OR RE-SET BY SKILFUL LONDON WORKMEN. Agent for the SUN LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. Kindly send for Prospectus. J NOTE THE ADDRESSES— FOLLICK S, 44, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCK, AND AT BRIDGE STREET, CARDIFF. "CROSS BROTHERS7- (THE CARDIFF IRONMONGERS) LAWN MOWER AND GARDEN FURNITURE DEPARTMENT. » O O FM OO « CO S» C S. S< a r$- a 3 e •S3 oo GO o CD .CO w- p ■3 t? B 2 fri §3 WW £ g B J .5 I e O ct « q!?3 S -« S3 £ « o ^.S-o t:= '4 cY) .,¡.I: M" 'J o 32 00 £ o o ao. ro 2 ■ « S 5 ?.$g S a I x 3 p 51& M fe.g g a S go w g < 5! O O AUHMSBT ° J> 'i PC < "3 l°°^s 2 J a ,2 e- „ x "5 S »-i gMFBlnfomifti ii B ctq ? i a s -3 c 2 g? a £ š g, g g | o '"i' Q) (f; >; „ ,r en ro S3* Qj & > DO 2 s 2 ■«—immmmmamW 0 §• K § J u« V TB* 'Miva 0:: 0 ?> GROSS BROS., 3 & 4, St. Mary St, 4SWftorking St., CARDIFF. Si:K5,ER SEAS0S OF 1903. k k", ..1 I THE BUYERS OF JAMES JJOVVELL AND CO. Have again visited the London Markets, and have bought for Cash several big Parcels of Goods at most extraordinary Low Prices. These and other good lines will be offered for actual sale TO-DAY (THURSDAY). 11 tli Day of JUNE, 1903. SPECIAL LINES. COSTUMES, JACKETS, BLOUSES, DRESSING JACKETS, DRESSING and TEA GOWNS, PRINTS and PRINTED MUSLINS, RUFFLES, SILK, MOREEN and COTTON SKIRTS, CHILDREN'S FROCKS, &c., &c. Several Lines in PRINTED and FANCY SILKS, DRESS MATERIALS, &c., at even lower prices than offered at Sales. 50 DOZEN COLOURED SILK SUNSHADES, from 2/111; worth nearly double. A CLEARING LINE OF LACE COLLARS. Sold under the cost of Making. SILK FRONTS, SILK COLLARS, &c., at Half the Usual Price. Several Clearing Lines will be offered in the MANCHESTER DEPARTMENT, which can- not be repeated at anything like the price. 100 DOZEN WHITE PETTICOATS, trimmed Embroidery and Lace, commencing at 2/111 each. NEW DESIGNS IN TRIMMED MILLINERY. Special Lines in LADIES' and CHILDREN'S HOSIERY, GLOVES, RIBBONS, &c. A Large Delivery of TRAVELLING TRUNKS of all descriptions, PORTMANTEAUS and BAGS: THE OUTFITTING DEPARTMENT, 17 and 18, ST. MARY-STREET, Is well assorted with the Latest Novelties in YOUTHS' and MEN'S SUITS, SHIRTS, COLLARS, TIES, &c. CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, HARE'S FLOOR CLOTHS, BRUSSELS, AXMINSTERS, and TURKEY CARPETS, full 10 to 20 per cent. under any house in the trade. 3 to 4 Thousand Pairs of LACE CURTAINS to select from at prices which all customers will admit are decided bargains. • The Largest Stock of CABINET GOODS in Wales, and fully 15 per cent. under the usual prices charged by other Houses in the Trade. J. H. and CO.'S HIGH-STREET WAREHOUSE, Containing IRONMONGERY, CHINA and GLASS, PICTURES (Water Colours and Oil Paintings), is now under New Manage- ment, and customers can rely upon being properly attended to. JAMES JJOWELL AND CO., rjlHE CARDIFF D RAPERS, CARDIFF. » NO PLEASURE IS COMPARABLE TO THE STANDING UPON THE VANTAGE GROUND OF TRUTH. A REMARKABLE CURE IN BARRY DOCK. SUCCESS OF A LOCAL REMEDY. 240, HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCK. DEAR SIR, I have been a martyr to indigestion for years. I have been treated by several medical men, including specialists, but found very little relief. At one time I was so ill that my doctor ordered me a sea voyage, I followed out his instructions, but the relief was only temporary, at times the pain in my stomach was so bad that I felt it was really more than I could bear, and was afraid to touch solid food for days at a time. I had almost given up hope of cure when I was induced to try MALDWYN'S EXTRACT. Now I wish I had known of this great cure before. From the first dose I found benefit, the pain left me, and after taking a course of it I felt in splendid health. My age is now 75, and I can eat such things as cheese, pickles, &c., and never feel the least trouble. (Signed) ELIN NURSE. MALDWYN'S EXTRACT cures Indigestion, Liver Complaints, Purifies the Blood, and is a positive Cure for Constipation. MALDWYN'S EXTRACT, SOLD IN BOTTLES, 13Jd AND 2s 9d. FROM SOLE PROPRIETOR W. E. REES, M.P.S., CHEMIST, 238, HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCK, BY POST, Is 3d AND 3s. CLERK OF WORKS WANTED I BY the Building Committee of ST. MARY'S CHURCH, Barry Dock. Salary, £ 3 per week. Applications, accompanied by Testimonials, to be addressed to the Hon. Secretary, the REV, LEMUEL JAMES, M.A., Church House, Barry Dock, and endorsed Clerk of Works." i,i THE E M P I R. E iHIIIPl PALACE OP VARIETIES, CAKDIIT. p'Fl B §•§. 7 £ 3 s«e g-95 g S" = • E, aj P H o •cf. p P p, » §5 5^ p CD Two Complete Performances Nightly. Early one 7 o'clock to 9, late one 9 o'clock to 11. -(t) f:¡' B* 3 § C. ALL ARTISTES APPEAR AT EACH PERFORMANCE. 1 OSWALD STOLL.
BARRY RE-DIVISION SCHEME AGREED TO. THE Local Government Committee of the Glamorgan County Council, at its quarterly meeting held at Cardiff on Thursday last, unanimously decided to sanction the scheme for the re-division of the Urban District of Barry into seven wards, with a representation of three members for each ward, making a total membership of the Council, under the new system, of twenty-one. This re-arrange- ment of the district will come into force in March of next year, when a General Election of Councillors will take place. The new wards will comprise the Barry and Cadoxton Divisions, the former consisting of the Park Ward, High-street Ward, Castleland Ward, and Dock Ward and the Cadoxton Division, the Holton Ward, Court Ward, and Cadoxton Ward. There is a general concensus of public opinion in favour of the new scheme in the Barry district, and the election of twenty-one members to constitute the new Council will probably be the most interesting contest that has taken place in the district since the memorable fight which resulted in the election of the first Barry and Cadoxton Local Board in 1888.
The sanction of the Local Government Board has been DINAS IPOWIS obtained by the Llandaff and ISEWERAGE Dinas Powis Rural District SCHEME. Council for the raising of a loan of £13,500 to defray the cost of carrying out the scheme of drainage atjDmas Powia. The District Council have, therefore, instructed their consulting engineer, Mr Baldwin Latham, to prepare specifications andfbills of quantities of the pro posed works. As soon as these are ready, pro_ bably in the course of a month, the Council will advertise for tenders for the execution of the scheme. The annual report of the Barry District Nursing Asso- BARRY NURSING ciation for 1902 has this ASSOCIATION. week been issued from the Press. In their annual statement the Committee point out that owing to the depressed state of trade in the town, and the fact that a special effort was made during the year in connection with the Coronation Fund, the receipts fell considerably below the average. The total receipts for the year amounted to J6701 2s 5d, and the expenditure to JE634 8s 9d, a balance of 966 13s 8id being transferred to deficiency account. The workmen's contributions during the year decreased from JE429 14s 3d to JE379 18s 6d the offertories from churches and chapels fell from 918 16s 6d to £ 17 5s 7d, and the amount from Friendly Societies f 920 4s to 9,13 Os 3d. On the other hand, the amount received from public bodies (the Board of Guardians) was JE40, compared with £ 30 the previous year. The subscriptions of private individuals fell from £262 2s 2d to £228198 7d and the total receipts decreased from J6809 4s 2d to £ 701 2s 5d. There was also a reduction in household expenses from £223 7s8Jdto £ 173 18s; !F and the bank interest from JE46 3s 3d to f,30 7s 6d, and the total expenditure from £ 723 8s 3d to JE632 10s 2td. Notwithstanding this falling off under nearly all heads of receipts, the income during the year exceeded the expendi- ture by Y,68 12s 2d, which, as we have already indicated, was applied to the liquidation of the remaining debt on the building fund of the Nurses' Home. At the begining of the year 1902 this debt amounted to JE946 lis 7d, but mainly through the instrumentality of Mr J. Arthur Hughes, the hon. secretary of the asso- ciation, during his year of office as chairman of the District Council, he succeeded in raising no less than 9754 17s 6d, so that by the close of the year this debt had been reduced to Y,166 5s 11. The number of cases nursed during the year was 371, and the number of visits paid thereto was close upon 17,000. These figures, which we have extracted from the report, are in themselves sufficient to show what excellent work, at a moderate voluntary cost to the public, is being done through the agency of this Association, an institution which has been in existence now for twelve years, and is doing an e-fer-increasing amount of good work year by year. The opinion of the Local Government Board THE LEGAL POSITION having been sought as to OF PASSIVE the course to be adopted RESISTERS." where a portion only of the Poor Rate is ten- dered by persons who object to pay the amount to be devoted to educational purposes, the Board have stated that subject to the provisions of Section 2 of the Poor Rate Assessment and Collection Act, 1869 (32 and 33 Vic, c. 41), relating to the payment of rates by occupiers of tenements let for short terms, and in Section 15 of the same Act with respect to a poor rate being declared by the overseers payable by instalments at specified times, it appears to them that, as soon as a Poor Rate has been allowed by the justices, and has been published, it is payable in full on demand. When a Poor Rate is made payable by instalments, section 15 directs that each instalment only shall be enforceable as and when it falls due. It rests with the Overseers to decide whether they will or not in any particular case accept part payment of an amount of Poor Rate due but if they do an acknowledgment should be given for the same as required by Article 4 of the General Order for Accounts of the Poor Law Board of January 14th, 1769. The form of acknowledgment prescribed by the order is in general terms, and as the Overseers have no power to allocate any part payment so that it may be applied otherwise than towards tho purpose for which the rate is levied, there should be no reference in the acknowledgment to the payment being made for any particular purposes chargeable on the Poor Rate. The Board sees no ground for supposing that pay- ment of the balance of a rate cannot be enforced, if a sum is received on account but that if any sum due in respect of a Poor Rate is not paid when demanded, legal proceedings may be taken for its recovery, subject to this limitation, that the goods of the person neglecting to pay cannot be distrained upon until after the expiration of seven days from th"l date of the demand of the rate. The proceedings should, therefore, be deferred until the seven days have elapsed."
BARRY ISLAND. JIMMY SHIELDS ON THE BEACH.—Mr Jimmy Shields begs to inform the visitors and residents of Barry and district that he will be on the Beach at Barry Island during the season with a Troupe of first-class Artistes, every one a star, and trusts to receive your kind support. Jimmy Shields' Piarrots at 11, 2.30, and 7 daily, in songs, duetts, quartettes, comical interludes, funny jokes, and side-splitting sketches, with change of programme at each performance. Friends, bring your wives and let them laugh, for there will be fun without vulgarity. SILVER WEDDING OF MR AND MRS S. A. THORNING.-A numerous company of friends met at the Assembly-room of the Marine Hotel, Barry Island, on Thursday evening, the 11th instant, on the occasion of the celebration of the silver wedding of Mr and Mrs S. A. Thorning, Redbrink- crescent. The spacious hall had been sweetly decorated for the occasion with bunting and fairy lamps, and during the evening Mr and Mrs Thorning were the recipients of many hearty con- gratulations, the toast of their continued health and happiness, proposed by Mr O. Horton, and spoken to by Messrs Sydney Davies, F. J. Loyns, and J. Dyer, was most cordially drank, all present uniting in the hope that Mr and Mrs Thorning would live to celebrate their golden wedding. An excellent programme of dances, interspersed with songs, contributed by Messrs F. Stoneham and G. Harrison, was gone through under the direction of Mr F. J. Loyns, the music being provided by Mr Arthur Roberts' String Band. The catering arrangements were admirably carried out by Mr and Mrs Herbert Vine. The large party present, in addition to Mr and Mrs S. A. Thorning, included Mrs Seddon, Captain and Mrs Jones, Mr and Mrs O. Horton, Mr and Mrs George P. Luen, Mr and Mrs J. Duchemin, Miss Ford, Captain and Mrs Cooper, Mr and Mrs F. J. Loyns, Mr and Mrs G. Wareham, Miss Wareham. Mr and Mrs S. Thrift Mr and Mrs J. Dyer, Mr and Mrs G. H. Burnett, Mr and Mrs W. Smart, Mr and Mrs H. Smart. Mr and Mrs A. Clissett, Mr R. McCoy, Mrs Watson, Mr Sydney Davies, Mr and Mrs Fred Thorning, Messrs Ernest, Edgar, and Cyril Thorning, Dr Billups, Mons. Charles, Mr and Mrs A. Saunders, Mr G. Bennett and Miss Bennett, Mr R. O. Burfit, Mr C. Kirby, etc. Mr and Mrs Thorning have been the recipients of the following presents in honour of their silver wedding — Mr Steddon, silver ash tray Mr and Mrs O. Horton, ditto Mr and Mrs G. P. Luen, silver hot water jug Mr C. Vine, fruit stand Mr and Mrs Duchemin, mustard pot; Captain and Mrs Cooper, antique spoons Mr and Mrs Thrift, photo frame Mr and Mrs Smart, tea pot; Captain and Mrs Jones, pickle fork, etc.; Mr and Mrs Watson, egg cruet and carver rests Mr and Mrs H. Saunderson, pin cushion Mons. Charles, silver breakfast cruet; Mons. Charolet, toast rack Mr and Mrs A. Knight, salt-cellars Mr and Mrs S. Harwood, fruit spoon Mr Frl-n- Thorning, cake basket; Miss Bond, p"- Hor