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CA DOXTON-BARRY. MUSICAL SUCCESS. Amongst those who passed the recent local musical examination in connection with the Trinity College, London, West Ham Centre, was Miss Sarah J. Evans, niece of Captain E. 0. Evans, of London, formerly of Main-street, Cadoxton. Miss Evans was examined in the preparatory grade of pianoforte playing, and passed with success. ACCIDENT TO A CYCLIST.—A youth, named Thomas Watson, of 8, Moxon-street, Cadoxton- Barry, was thrown from his bicycle in Vere- street on Monday last. He was picked up un- conscious, and carried into the Wenvoe Arms Hotel. Dr E. Treharne, J.P., was promptly in attendance, and attended to the lad's injuries. He was subsequently carried to his home, where he is progressing favourably towards recovery. THE CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOLS.—Upwards of 1,000 children belonging to the Church Sunday Schools of Cadoxton parish were taken on Whit- Monday afternoon to a field at the Woodlands, kindly lent by Mr F. W. Hybart, and the little ones were partaking of tea on the greensward when the rain began, and there being every indication that the unfavourable weather would continue for the remainder of the day, the children were brought back to Cadoxton, and having been regaled with buns, &c., at the Barry-rood Church Mission Room, they were dispersed, the sports and other amusements having to be abandoned owing to the wet. GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY to Buy New and Up-to- Date Goods at Ruthlessly Cut Down Prices. LLOYD & Co.'s Gigantic Annual Stock-taking Sale is now proceeding, and will continue for 21 days. Piles of Men's Suits from 7/11, Youths' Suits from 4/11, Boys' Suits from 1/6 at fabulous reductions to clear. Overcoats for Men, Youths, and Boys to clear, Bargains in Shirts, Drawers, Hosiery, Gloves, Ties, Collars, Umbrellas, Cardigan Jackets, Hats, and Caps. Grand chance for mothers to fit the boys with Suits and Odd Garments at Bargain Prices. Workmen can buy their Work- day or Best Clothing during Lloyd & Co.'s Sale, at prices which will equal a rise in their wages.— Sale at this address only :-LLOYD & Co., the Popular Outfitters, 72, Holton-road, Barry Docks. MOUNT PLEASANT ANNIVEBSABY.—The Sunday School Anniversary of Mount Pleasant English Baptist Church, Norwich-road, Cadoxton-Barry, took place on Sunday last, the services throughout the day being conducted by Mr John Treharne, of Grangetown, Cardiff. Suitable hymns, etc., were rendered at each service by the Sunday scholars, as well as solos, duetts, and recitations. The collections during the day were in aid of the Sunday School funds. The annual field treat to the scholars took place on Monday in a field adjoining Sohsil Cottage, Penycoetre, when the children enjoyed themselves right heartily, thanks to the energetic efforts of the teachers and friends. Before and after tea, sports and games were indulged in. ANNUAL TBEAT OFCALFARIA SUNDAY SCHOOL. —Owing to the wretched condition of the weather on Whit-Tuesday, the children of Calfaria Sunday School held their annual treat in the chapel. The teachers and others provided tea for the children, after which several games were held, followed by a competitive meeting. Mr J. Lewis, superinten- dent of the Sunday school, presided. Numerous competitions were gone through, as follows :— Tonic solfa test, winners Misses R. Davies and M. j Isaac; imprompta speech, Mr D. H. Davies; best singer of ay hymn, Mrs John; any recita- tion, Miss Amy Davies; song (open) divided between Misses E. Evans, M. Isaac, R. Davies, and Master J. E. Evans. Master T. Spickett gave an excellent rendering of the recitation, The Stowaway," during the evening, the proceedings concluding with the singing of the Welsh National Anthem, the solo being taken by Mr D. J. Martin.
BARRY DOCKS. SPIRITUALISM.—Mr George Harris, of Cardiff, will speak next Sunday evening on the Philosophy of Spiritualism, at the New Atlantic Hall (entrance, Lane off Sydenham-street), Barry Docks. Service to commence at 6.30. All are cordially invited. BENEFIT SMOKINW CONCERT. Under the auspices of the Amalgamated Society of Engineers, a smoking concert will be held at the Castle Hotel, Barry Docks, on Saturday evening next, at 7.30, lor the benefit of the widow and orphans of the late Brother Mackenzie. Tickets 6d each. An attractive programme has been provided. REMOVAL OF BUSINESS,—Mrs J. W. Wilson, confectioner, etc., of 148, Holton-road, Barry Docks, is about to remove her place of business to 139, Holton-road (nearly opposite the present premises), where the high-class temperance drinks, confectionery, etc.. for which she enjoys a sound reputation, may be obtained as heretofore. HORSE BOLTED.—On Wednesday morning last William Bleay, a young man in the employ of Mr Tom Haworth, aerated water manufacturer, Barry Docks, was driving a horse and cart in Holton-road, when the animal bolted. Bleay being thrown from the vehicle. Luckily his injuries were slight, being a cut on the back of the head and bruises about the face. BUTTRILLS-ROAD METHODIST FREE CHURCH.— Services next Sunday at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Sunday School, 2.30 p.m. Preacher, Rev R. Ashby Howe, pastor. Evening subject, A Stronghold in the Time of Trouble.' Soloist, Miss Ina Carr. Come, and welcome.—The Sunday School Anniversary Services on June 5th. Special Singing by the Scholars and Friends at all Services. Afternoon and Evening, Rev Alfred Fenton. MUSICAL. -Among the successful candidates at the recent examination of the London College of Music, held at Cardiff, were Master Rowland Adams, Holton-road Miss Marion Heath, Wood- land-road and Miss Frances Bumford, Pyke- street, all gaining first-class certificates, the latter being the youngest candidate in the Barry district to pass the senior examination, All were pupils of Mr W. H. Shinn, of 26, Court-road, Barry Docks, and 15, Windsor-road, Barry. BIBLE CHRISTIAN WHITSUN TREAT. The annual treat of the Sunday School of the Bibre Christian Chapel, Court-road, Barry Docks, was held on Whit-Monday. The party, numbering over 150, left Cadoxton by rail for Sully, and, despite the wretched climatic conditions which set in during the afternoon, the company spent a pleasant afternoon, returning, however, a little earlier than they would probably otherwise have done. DINAM HALL, MERTHYR-STREET.—Services next Sunday at 11 a.m. and 6 30 p.m.; preacher (morning and evening), Pastor O. Rees. Children's Services, Sunday, 11 a.m., 2.30 and 6.30 p.m. Monday evening, Prayer Meeting. Wednesday evening, Christian Endeavour Society. Hearty welcome. Sankey's hJmns. All seats free.- Sunday School Children to assemble at the School on Saturday next, May 28th, at 12 30, to proceed to a neighbouring field for Treat Sports. TREAT TO CO-OPERATIVES' CHILDREN.—The children of the members of the Barry Dock Co- operative Society celebrated their third annual treat on Whit-Tuesday. Owing to the wet state of the weather the treat was held in the spacious Artillery Volunteer Drill-hall in Bassett-street, and not in a field at the Witchill Farm, as in- tended. Tea having been provided, games, races, &c., were indulged in, the children being delighted with the enjoyment afforded them. The attendance on the occasion was unusually large, and the Cadoxton School Drum and Fife Band played several selections of music. GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY to Buy New and Up-to- Date Goods at Ruthlessly Cut Down Prices. LLOYD & Co.'s Gigantic Annual Stock-taking Sale is now proceeding, and will continue for 21 days. Piles of Men's Suits from 7/11, Youths' Suits from 4/11, Boys' Suits from 1/6 at fabulous reductions to clear. Overcoats for Men, Youths, and Boys to clear. Bargains in Shirts, Drawers, Hosiery, Gloves, Ties, Collars, Umbrellas, Cardigan Jackets, Hats, and Caps. Grand chance for mothers to fit the boys with Suits and Odd Garments at Bargain Prices. Workmen can buy their Work- day or Best Clothing during Lloyd & Co.'s Sale, at prices which will equal a rise in their wages.— Sale at this address onlyLLOYD & Co., the Popular Outfitters, 72, Holton-road, Barry Docks. THE VOLUNTARY HOSPITAL. A half-hour jumble sale in aid of the funds of the Voluntary Hospital will be held next and following Mondays, at 2.30 p.m. Gifts of books, clothes, furniture, etc., will be welcomed.—The following contribu- tions have been received towards the general fund :-Messrs Houlder Bros. £5 5s, Miss Green- wood 10s, Rev Canon Inman 5s, Mrs Payne Evans 5s, Mrs G. Clarke 5s, Mr A. S. Browne A3, Mr C. Gregorie 21s, in hall box Is, Mrs Brooks' Hoop-la box 4s 10d, half-hour jumble sale (May 16th) 15s lid, Mrs Holt 1Gs 6d, in outside box 3s 9d, Anon 10s, Is, 2s 6d, Mrs Simons 21s, Mr A. E. Sidgett 10s, half-hour sale of jumble things Is 8d, Mr T. Hugh Williams 20s, Mr A. Grace 10s, and Mrs Brooks' box 2s 5d.-Contributions to Building Fund :—Mr H.O. Addison 5s, Mr E. H. Burnett 5s, Mr T. Sheldon 20s, Mrs P. Evans 2s 6d. Total received this year, £4 18s. We want to raise this amount to E300 before the close of the year. Contributions from Id upwards marked Building Fund will be welcomed.—A Penny Prize Draw- ing in aid of the funds of the Voluntary Hospital, Barry Docks, will be held on Wednesday, August 3rd, 1904. Prizes :—China tea service, case and pipe, silver brooch, leg of mutton, lace collar, half-dozen pocket-handkerchiefs, box of honey- dew tobacco, carving knife and fork, tin of tea, chicken, pickled tongue, bottle of scent, eight yards of Oxford shirting, tin of biscuits, rabbit, box of toilet soap, plum cake, piece of pork. doll, and ladies' tie. For the largest number of tickets sold—1st, an umbrella 2nd, a walking stick 3rd, a pair of pigeons. Winning numbers will appear in the Barry Dock News and Evening Express, Friday, August 5th. BARRY. BARRY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services will be held next Sunday at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Young Men's Meeting, 10 a.m. Sunday School, 2.30 p.m. Preacher, Rev C. J. Lewis, B.A., pastor. CAERPHILLY EISTEDDFOD.—Master Marchant Herbert, of Barry, won the first prize at Caerphilly Eisteddfod on Whit-Monday in the pianoforte solo 11 Ye Tambourin." He is a pupil of Professor E. P. Mills, L.R.A.M., Cardiff. BARRY DISTRICT GLEE SOCIETY.—The annual meeting of this Society will be held on Sunday next, at four p.m. sharp, at Bethesda Schoolroom, High-street, Barry. All members are earnestly requested to attend. 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. BARRY ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.— Next Sunday, the Rev J. A. Mitchell, B.A., of London, Secretary of the Congregational Union of England and Wales, will preach morning and evening. This is Mr Mitchell's first visit to Barry. He was recently appointed to succeed the late Rev W. J. Woods, B,A. Sunday School at 2.30 p.m. BARRY DOCK AND DISTRICT PREMIER STEAM LA UNDRY. -The above Laundry ,at Cadoxton- Barry, is entirely under new management. Any work entrusted to their care shall receive the greatest attention. Over 20 years' experience in Laundry Work; London and South Coast. Satisfaction guaranteed. A postcard will ensure van calling. -E. J. LEWIS. Manager. ST. PAUL'S SUNDAY SCHOOL TREAT.—The largest Sunday School treat ever known in con- nection with St. Paul's Church Sunday School, Barry, was held on Whit-Monday. The Sunday scholars, teachers and friends, numbering about 360, journeyed to Wenvoe by the noonday train. Unfortunately the latter part of the afternoon was wet, but the children seemed to greatly enjoy themselves in the schoolroom. Great credit is due to the Sunday School teachers and especially to Mr F. C. Pursall, the superintendent, for the excellence of the arrangements. GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY to Buy New and Up-to- Date Goods at Ruthlessly Cut Down Prices. LLOYD 9C Co.'s Gigantic Annual Stock-taking Sale is now proceeding, and will continue for 21 I days. Piles of Men's Suits from 7/11, Youths' Suits from 4/11, Boys' Suits from 1/6 at fabulous reductions to clear. Overcoats for Men, Youths' and Boys to clear. Bargains in Shirts, Drawers, Hosiery, Gloves, Ties, Collars, Umbrellas, Cardigan Jackets, Hats, and Caps. Grand chance for mothers to fit the boys with Suits and Odd Garments at Bargain Prices. Workmen can buy their Work- day or Best Clothing during Lloyd & Co.'s Sale, at prices which will equal a rise in their wages.— Sale at this address only :—LLOYD & Co., the Popular Outfitters 72, Holton-road, Barry Docks. COGAN. BARRY DOCK AND DISTRICT PREMIER STEAM LA UNDRy.-TheaboveLatmdry,at Cadoxton-Barry, is entirely under new management. Any work entrusted to their care shall receive the greatest attention. Over 20 years' experience in Laundry Work, London and South Coast. Satisfaction guaranteed. A postcard will ensure van calling. —E. J. LEWIS, Manager. CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL TREAT.—The children attending the Church Sunday Schools of Llan- dough, Leckwith, and Cogan, numbering between 300 and 400, were, as usual, every year, entertained by Mr and Mrs T. R. Thompson, of Erw'r Delyn, on Monday last. Tea was followed by the usual games, which, owing to the rain, took place in the spacious sheds. WENVOE. INDIGESTION, BILIOUSNESS, NEURALGIA, — Sleeplessness and other nervous disorders speedily disappear under a course of Gwilym Evans' Bitters. It is purely vegetable and the best tonic ever I discovered.—See advt.
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FINANCIAL AID FOR BARRY I' INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. At a meeting of the Glamorgan Education Committee at Cardiff on Tuesday last, Mr J. Lowdon, J.P., headed a deputation from the Barry Intermediate School Governing Body, and asked for better financial treatment for the school. They (the governors) arranged with the Barry School Board a few years ago for the education of their pupil teachers at the Intermediate School. The School Board paid All per head per annum per pupil teacher, which meant an annual income of A330 a year. When the Barry School Board went out of existence this income ceased, and now they were only paid £ 3 per head. They had suffered a loss, therefore, of £290, and they were unable to carry on the school with its past efficiency. The application of the governors was that they be paid the same amount as they were 1 by the School Board. They always found it difficult to retain their teachers on account of smallness of salary, and their best teachers had been attracted to other places by higher wages. The Governors hoped that the County Council would deal not only with this case, but that they would take into account the whole finance of the Intermediate School. There were 35 pupil teachers at present in the school, and the average amount of grant was between P.2 and 44. The number of pupils in the school at present was 224, and they were paid for A180 only.—After some discussion on the principle of admitting pupil teachers into intermediate schools, it was agreed, on the motion of the Rev D. H. Williams, M.A., that an additional sum of P,6 be paid to the Barry governors in respect of each pupil teacher educated in the Barry Intermediate School, and that an order to cover the sum thus payable be made on the Barry overseers.
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I a I 0 0 YOU MUST.. GET AT I I THE II BLOOD!. It is the Life. Itis the Strength It is Everything. Everybody-yourself included-is liable to Skin Disease. Why ? Because our Impure Air, Impure Water, Impure Food, and Impure Surroundings, generate impurities in THE BLOOD. When the Blood is vitiated Rash, Pimples, Sores, Irritation, Eczema, Scurvy, Bad Legs, Cancer, King's Evil, Piles, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Fits, And a host of other physical evils become possible. Nearly all the ailments we suffer from can be prevented by keeping THE BLOOD PURE. The evidence of Thousands are forthcoming toprove that HUGHES'S BLOOD PILLS Purify the Bloed and keep it Pure. If you suffer from Headache, Indigestion, Billiousness, Back- ache, Wind, Constipation, Weak Nerves, Bad Liver, Stomach, Nerves, and Kidney Trouble, Remember that the ROOT of the mischief is in the Blood. You must get at the Blood before you can get any REAL GOOD. HUGHES'S BLOOD PILLS Have an immediate and specific action upon the Blood, and in the whole System. "T Tradp iSBUSSffl none is Mark is ^Sjlr Genuine. on Every Box if 1-. TRY THEM, Sold by all Chemists and Stores at lili, 2/9, and 4/6, or send value in stamps or P.O. to maker, JACOB HUGHES, M.P.S,L.D.S., Manu- facturing Chemist, Penarth, Cardiff. HAVE YOU TRIED GOMERIS BALM? It is- a Salve of marvellous properties almost miraculous in curing all kinds of Sores, Skin Rash, Scurvy, Eczema, Burns, Scalds, Scabby Heads, Gallings in Children and Women, Piles, Chapps, Chilblains, &c. For W BAD LEG-S There is nothing like it. Try it. Ask for Gomer's Balm," and see that the name Jacob Hughes is on each box, without which none is genuine. Sold by Chemists and Stores at 1/1 J, or send value to maker, JACOB HUGHES, M.P.S.L.D.S., Manufacturing Chemist, Penarth. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. To the Public and Inhabitants of Barry Dock and District. Mrs. J. W. WILSON Begs to thank the Public for their past support and patronage, trusting to be favoured with a continuation of the same in future. I am about to REMOVE from 148, HOLTON-ROAD, to 137, HOLTON ROAD, ODR OPPOSITE, Where I will have a Grand Selection of HIGH-CLASS TEMPERANCE DRINKS, ICES, AND CONFECTIONERY. NOTE.—All Drinks purchased on Satur- day Evening, if well-corked, will keep for Sunday. Small Prepaid Advertisements. «TT A n. Three Six Words. Once fcimeB> fcimes 20 Words. -.09 1 3 20 30 Words 1 0 19 2 6 40 Words 1 6 29 3 6 Eac extra 10 word 0 4 0 8 1 0 itUtttians \1tnt. HICKS & Co., Chemists, Barry Dock, have a Vacancy for a well educated Youth as APPRENTICE. WANTED, experienced GENERAL SERVANT. —Apply MRS. EVANS, Stationer, Holton- road, Barry Docks. WANTED, a smart well-educated YOUTH, as APPRENTICE. — Apply W. E. REES, M.P.S., Chemist, 238, Holton-road, Barry Docks. D^^APERY^WANTED IMPROVER or Junior Young Man for the Manchester Depart- ment.—FROST, Holton-road, Barry Docks. GROCERY. — WANTED SMART JUNIOR accustomed to both Counters,—State age, wages (out) to PEGRAM'S, 86, Holton-road, Barry Dock. ANTED, at once, GENERAL SERVANT, 16 to 17; country girl preferred.—Apply 235, Holton-road, Barry Docks. ITT ANTED, a good GENERAL SERVANT at VV once.—Apply 22, Porthkerry-road, Barry. ANTED GIRL, about 16 or 17, for House- work, to sleep home.—Apply 103, High- street, Barry, usÜal. MISS L. EVELEIGH, Sen. Cert. First-class L.C.M., 26, Wilfrid-street, Barry Docks, is open to receive Pupils for the Pianoforte (practical and theory) moderate terms. 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. clfftn; alt. YOUTH'S BICYCLE FOR SALE, in good con- JL dition, with fittings complete. Tyres nearly new.—Apply 22, Wilfred-street, Barry Docks. FOR SALE, Lady's and Gent's BICYCLES, Centaur, Coventry. First-class condition.— Can be seen 34, Redbrink-crescent, Barry Island, (^lYCLE BARGAIN (LADIES), just as new, not J soiled, in use one month clincher silver- plated rims, beautiful high-class Coventry, free wheel rim brake, complete with gas lamp, bell, spanner, bag, oiler, pump, etc. Sacrifice lowest, £4 15s. Approval with pleasure; only wants seeing.—T. HUSBAND, Chargrove House, Ash- combe-road, Weston-super-Mare, FLAT CART FOR SALE, Cheap. — 70, High- street, Barry, FOR SALE, Cheap, a number of CHARTS, new and unsoiled, suitable for Ship's Captain or Officer.-Apply, to view, EDITOR, Barry Dock News, Barry Docks. Smmjs, etc,, CQrD j4:d rjlO LET, COMFORTABLE HOUSES, in good J_ repair at moderate rents.—ARTHUR T. HAMMOND, House and Estate Agent, Central Buildings. Barry Dock. SWEET and CONFECTIONERY SHOP TO LET, No. 21, Cardiff-road, Cadoxton. Satis- factory reason for leaving.-A pply on the Premises. TO LET, a 10-Roomed HOUSE in Dock View- road, Barry Dock.—Apply to Mr BEN THOMAS, Estate Agent, 3, Regent-street, Barry Docks. apartments tu 1£tt. FURNISHED APARTMENTS TO LET.-Apply JL. 15, Maesycwm-street, Barry Docks. Jlprtmtnts anttb. WANTED in BARRY, central position, a FURNISHED ROOM to hold Twice or Thrice Weekly Classes. -Offers, with full particu- lars, to R. BRETTER, 20, Hickman-road, Penarth. JliaaUaneotts. ANTED, SUNLIGHT and LIFEBUOY SOAP W WRAPPER TOPS or COUPONS; l!d a dozen given, cash per return.—CHARLES CHAPMAN, Ravenscourt-road, Deal, Kent. PIGEON FOOD.—Old Tic Beans, Maple Peas, and Tares. Small Round Maize, Grit, and all Requisites for Homing Pigeons. Our Mixed Pigeon Food is noted throughout the District.—J. E. LEVERS & SON, Hay and Corn Merchants, Court- road, Cadoxton-Barry. BARGAIN FOR DISPOSAL.—Gents and Ladies' COVENTRY SAFETY, as new, not soiled, free wheel, rim brake, clincher plated rims, high grade, beautiful machine, all accessories, gas lamp, bell, bag, &c., P.4 10s each approval before cash paid.—K. GILL, Waveney Villa, Beach-road, Weston-super-Mare. NO DEAD CHICKS by using Armitage's Dry Feed Chicken Food. Best Food for rearing strong healthy chickens no other food should be given for first two or three weeks feed dry; it does not ferment and cause disease with this food alone we have reared chickens to weigh 20oz. when only five weeks old. 141b., 2s 6d 71b., Is 4d; 311b., 8d; large trial packet, 4d.-Sold by griffin and Davies, Holton-road, Barry Dock, and Vere- street, Cadoxton; W. Price, 94, High street, Barry and Sanger Tucker, Glebe-street, Penarth. IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS.—Every Mother JL who values the Health and Cleanliness of her Child should use HA]ETRISON'S "RELIABLF," NURSERY POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strengthens the Hair. In Tins, 4d and 9d. Postage Id.—Geo. W. Harrison, Chemist, 118, Broad-street, Reading. Agent for Barry Docks-J. REYNOLDS, Chemist, 65, Holton-road. BEES BEES BEES !—For highest grade Bee Appliances and Accessories. Bee Hives for Cottage, Farm, or Mansion, Bar Frames, deep and shallow, best quality sections. Pure Foundation, broad and Fuper Honey Ripeners, Extractors, Smokers, Excluder Zinc, Metal Ends, Dividers, Bee Feeders, Escapes, Veils, Gloves, Knives, Scrapers, Honey Bottles, Napthol Beta, Napthaline, Bee-keeper's Books. Send for our complete Bee Appliance Catalogue, post free. Lawn Mowers, Garden Rollers, Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Forks, and Garden Tools of all kinds.—JOHN HIBBERT & SONS, 10 and 11, Castle-street, Cardiff. WHO'S YOUR LAWYER ? I haven't required one since I bought of Crosby Lockwood and Son, 7, Stationers' Hall Court, London. E.C., a Copy of EVERY MAN'S OWN LAWYER," by a BARRISTER, price 6s 8d post free, which has been repaid to me 20 times over in the saving of lawyer's fees. New and Revised Edition (1904) just published. ISS MASTERMAN, CERTIFICATED ITJL TEACHER OF DRAWING, 2, East View- terrace, Barry. Classes formed or Private Lessons given in Oil Painting and Water Colour Drawing. Margueterie Wood Staiaing and Wood Carving. Terms on application. TRY URICURA, HAMMOND'S SPECIFIC FOR RHEUMATISM, Sciatica, Lumbago, Rheu- matic Gout, Neuralgia, Sprains, and Bruises. The best Remedies ever produced have stood the test of years. Testimonials from Local Gentlemen. Liniment I/I, Drops I/Ii per bottle. Ask your 2 Chemist for it. FOR YOUR POULTRY FOOD go to W. H. 1. BURROUOH, Newport House, Thompson- street. Chick Food in 3d packets; also loose 21bs. for 2d. Agent for Caperns and Hyde's Bird Seed. MRS MEDLIN, 26, Holton-road, Barry Docks will buy all kinds of CAST OFF CLOTH TNG. 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. THOUSANDS says Trimnell's Headache and Neuralgia Powders cure like magic. They are the best. Penny packets. Every shopkeeper should sell them. Wholesale from Trimnell, The Herbalist, Cardiff. Est. 1879. TAKE HERBAL PILLS and be happy. Penny Boxes. Every shopkeeper should sell them. They require no license or stamp duty. Wholesale from Trimnell, the Herbalist, Cardiff. Eat. 1879. 'Jill 11 DONT BUY READY-MADE SPECTACLES YOUR EYES THEY ARE ARE TESTED SCIENTIFICALLY FREE OF TESTED. CHARGE, If you require Spectacles, they are made specially to suit you. WP RPPQ M-p-s- CLOHDON), CHEMIST AND Cjb rilL JLO5 OPHTHALMIC OPTICIAN, 238, HOLTON ROAD (Corner of Morel St.), BARRY DOCKS. GLASS EYES SUPPLIED. WHAT URICURA IS DOING. Mr A. E. DAVEY, Firsdon, Cardiff, writes as follows :— I have found your I Uricura' Liniment to be so invaluable in my house that I tender this Testimony to its usefulness. I have proved it to be better than any other I have ever used, and in every home, especially where there are youngsters, who have, as every parent knows, the misfortune of continually getting into their little troubles, and sometimes big ones too, in the way of Bruises, Sprains, &c., I Uricura' Liniment ought to be kept constantly at hand. It is wonderfully effective and safe in removing the discolourations and bruise marks, and also as a general Liniment for the Chest and Throat in cases of colds it has my strongest and favourable recommendation to all parents." URICURA is unrivalled in efficacy for Sprains, Bruises, Colds on the Ghost, Sore I Throats, Rheumatism, Sciatica, &c. EYESIGHT TESTING ROOMS, I T3E 0Nl<Y ESTABLISHMENT IN SOUTH 1 BONNER MORGAN, F-Sfc; I (Load.), FITTING. 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A Special Cure for each Complaint. IW. E. REES, I.P.S, c™i™ 238, HOLTON-ROAD. (JBBdSri BARRY IXX K. t) BARRY IXX K. WEDDSliB, KEEPER, & ENGAGEMENT RINGS. FINEST SELECTION AND BEST VALUE AT H. B. CROUCH'S, 16, St. MARY-STREET, 48, QUEEN STREET, AND 9, High-street Arcade, Cardiff NoFree Presents, but guaranteed BestValuein the Kingdom. == ALLEN PEARCE Maker of ARTIFICIAL LIMBS. IN STOCK Crutches, Trusses, Eyes, CRUTCH SHOES, BELTS, ELASTIC STOCKINGS, 4c, Charles Street (°iSr), Cardiff, AND BROADMEAD ARCADE, BRISTOL. Lady Attendant for Ladies' Belts, &c. Closed Wednesdays 1 p.m. Illustrated Lists Free. Printed and Published for the Bar^ Bock Newspaper and Printing Company, Limited bv JOHN ROWLAND LLPLWELLYN'at Holtto-read, Barry Docks, Friday, May 27th, 1904