OA IOXTON-P.A RRV. ILLNESS OF MBS GIBBON.—We are pleased to learn that Mrs Gibbon, wife of Mr F. Gibben, of the Wenvoe Arms Hotel, Cadoxton, is progres- sing satisfactorily towards recovery after her loig and dangerous illness. 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 ditya. 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.
BAKHY DOCKS. SOUTH GLAMORGAN LABOUR REPRESENTATION. -In addition to those published in our last issue, Mr W. Ace is one of the delegates appointed by the Barry Coaltrimmers' Union to the South Glamor- gan Labour Representation Committee. BUTTRILLS-ROAD METHODIST FREE CHURCH.— Sunday School Anniversary Services next Sunday, at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Sunday School, 2.30 p.m. Preachers, Rev R. Ashby Howe, pastor, in the morning, and the Rev A. Fenton, afternoon and evening. Come, and welcome. POSTPONEMENT OF SMOKING CONCERT.—The smoker which was to have been held last Saturday evening under the auspices of the Amalgamated Society of Engineers, at the Castle Hotel, Barry Docks, for the benefit of the widow and orphans of the late Bro. Mackenzie, has been postponed till Monday the 27th instant. 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 hy mns. All seats free. SPIRITUALISM.—Mrs Crompton, of Bolton. will conduct services next Sunday at the New Atlantic Hall (entrance, Lane off Sydenham-street), Barry Docks. Subjects: — Morning, at 11, Can a Christian be a Spiritualist?" Evening, at 6.30, I. If a man die, shall he live again ?" (to be preceded by the reading of Sir Edwin Arnold's poem, I, The Surprise "). Also Special Meetings on Monday and Tuesday evenings, at which Mrs Crompton will give addresses and clairvoyance. All are cordially invited. Collections to defray expenses. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES AT THE PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHAPEL. — Anniversary services of the Sunday school will be held at the Primitive Methodist Chapel, Pyke-street, Barry. Docks, on Sunday next, when Mr E. Hill, Barry, will preach both morning and evening. A children's service will be held in the afternoon, and an excellent programme of solos, recitations, &c., will be rendered. A public meeting will take place on Monday evening at the same place, and addresses will be delivered by the Rev J. Brewis, Cardiff, and Mr G. R. Brake, Manchester College. The choir will render special music at each service and collections will be made in aid of the Sunday school funds. GOLDEN OPPOR "UNITY to Buy New and Up-tu- Date Goods at Ruthlessly Cut Down Prices, LLOYD & Co.'s Gigantic Annnal 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.
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. BARRY ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.— Services next Sunday at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Sunday School, 2.30 p.m. Preacher, Rev C. J. Clarke, pastor. Continuation of Opening Services. 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 DOCK AND DISTRICT PREMIER STEAM LAUNDRY.—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. THE NEW CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.—Rev J. .^Mitchell. B A., London, secretary of the Con- gregational Union of England and Wales, occupied the pulpit at Windsor-road English Congregational Church, Barry, on Sunday last, in connection with the serks of special opening services. There were large congregations both morning and evening, and the rev. gentleman delivered eloquent dis- courses. Next Sunday the pastor of the church. Rev C. J. Clarke, will preach. 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.
COGAN. BARRY DOCK AND DISTRICT PREMIER STEAM LAUNDRY.—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.
DINAS POWIS. LIBERAL COLLECTION.—A big collection was made at Dinas Powis Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Sunday last, in aid of the debt and the organ fund, the total amount collected during the morn- ing and evening being £ 902. It appears that the Dinas Powis Wesleyans, wishing to free their pretty edifice (which was opened a year ago) from its debt of £ 750, resolved to hold a bazaar next autumn. One evening the bazaar committee met to discuss details, and at the meeting one of the members, moved by a fortunate impulse, went for U bazaars and snch-like methods unreservedly. The result was a proposal to raise the amount by subscription. About J6600 was promised on the spot, and later it was agreed that, instead of the usual lists the money should be placed on the plate at the anniversary on Sunday. The collection, as already stated, reached £ 902.
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BARRY MAN'S SAD DEATH. FATAL ADMINISTRATION OF CHLOROFORM AT CARDIFF INFIRMARY. A labourer named Charles Duckham, aged 30, of Barry, died ut Cardiff Infirmary on Thursday last whilst being operated upon for an internal complaint. He was und^r the influence of chloroform at the time. Duckham was a married man. An inquest was held on the body on Friday afternoon at the Town Hall. The body was identified by the deceased's wife.—Dr Davies, senior anesthetist at Cardiff Infirmary, said that Duckham was suffering from a rapture, and it was found necessary to perform an operation. Before chloroform was administered the patient was carefully examined by Dr Timms, the house physician, who described his heart to be sound, but he had a rather bad cough. Witness adminis- tered two drachms of anasstehtic, which was a very small amount, and witness, assisted by a nurse, wheeled the patient into the operating theatre, and there placed him on the operating table. Even then his condition seemed satisfactory, for he was breathing fairly regularly. Up to this time nothing had been done to the patient, whose breathing now suddenly became irregular, although no more of the anassthetic had been given. Witness immediately called for Dr Samuel, and they together commenced giving him artificial respiration. This seemed to restore him at first, but he soon relapsed, and his breathing stopped altogether. Dr William Sheen, who was preparing to perform the operation, also went to their assistance, and, finding that artificial respiration had failed, he cut a hole in his throat to induce the heart's action, but this was of no avail, and the man died. Dr Davies subsequently made a post-mortem examination. The organs were very much congested, which, in his opinion, was due to the mode of death.-The Coroner If he had not been put under chloroform the man might have lived ?—Dr Davies Yes, sir he died from paralysis of the respiration of the centres, as the result of chloroform.—The jury returned a verdict that death wasdue to the paralysis of the respiratory centres and the heart while-under the influence of chloroform. Deceased was a member of the Salvation Army at Barry Docks. The funeral took place on Tuesday afternoon at Cardiff, when Captain Moss, S.A., Barry Docks, conducted the burial service.
MR. T. MARCHANT WILLIAMS ON "HOWELL HARRIS." There was a numerous attendance at Bethel Presbyterian Chapel, Court-road, Barry Docks, on Wednesday evening last, when Mr T. Marchant Williams, M.A., B.A.L., the stipendiary magistrate for Merthyr, delivered a lecture on Howell Harris, the eminent Welsh reformer. Councillor W. J. Williams, Parkside, Barry, presided, and having introduced the lecturer, Mr Marchant Williams delivered his address. Howell Harris, he said, was born at Trevecca in the year 1714. He was a man of masterful and impulsive disposition, quick- tempered, and wholly incapable of finesse, He opened a school when but eighteen years of age, but was in the field as an itinerant preacher before either of the Wesleys or George Whitfield. The country was then in a state of apathy so far as religion was concerned. Most of the services were held in English. Harris considerably altered the existing state of things, and his name became known throughout the Principality. The clergy denounced him as a false prophet, the magistrates committed him for trial for brawling, and his friends deserted him, but Harris lived through it all. He travelled as much as 150 miles a week and preached two or more sermons a day. He had a larger gift of natural oratory than any other man of that generation. He was rejected for holy orders, because, he states, he was considered an enemy to the Church. He, however, lived and died a member, and conformed to the rites and ceremonies of the Established Church. He preached till he could preach no longer, and his spirit was completely broken. A rupture was formed between him and his fellow preachers, which lasted for practically the rest of his life. He married on the 18th of June, 1844. but his after life was not so eventful as before he was married. When Howell Harris died thousands of persons followed his remains to the grave to pay a last tribute of respect to one of the greatest and noblest men that Wales has ever produced.-On the proposition of the Rev John Owen, seconded by Mr C. Howe, Mr Marchant Williams was heartily thanked for his address and a vote of thanks was also passed to the Chairman for presiding.
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CORRESPONDENCE. The, Editor desires to state that he does not necessarily endorse the opinion expressed by correspondents. "Give me above all other liberties, the liberty to knew, to utter, and to argue freely, according to conscience." -John Milton.
"CANDLES ON THE ALTAR." To the Editor of the "BARRY DOCK NEWS." DEAR Sin,—Yes, there are some very queer people in the world. The queerest are those who imagine Candles on an Altar of Roman Catholic origin the custom is, however, Jewish. > When Nebuchadnezzar sacked Jerusalem, he found golden candlesticks adorning its shrine. When Titus burgled the Holy City he, too, saw and carried away with him those splendid ornaments. Again, when Alaric, the Goth, pillaged Rome, it is supposed they were thrown into the Tiber; any. way, they have not been heard of since that memorable event. There was a time, not very long since, when people supposed it would be more pleasing to God to worship in an ugly white-washed building than in an ornamented Temple. There was a time, too, when the Presbyterians would not have in their churches a kist of whistles," meaning an organ. Thank God the ideas and beliefs of those days are passing away. Shall we go back to those days which Bobby Burns slashed so unmercifully ?— O. ye wba are sae guid yoursels, Sae pious and sae holy, Ye've nought to do but mark and tell Your neebours faults and folly Whose life is like a weel-gaun mill, Supplied wi' store o' water, The heaped hopper's ebbing still, And still the clap plays clatter. -Faithfully yours, D. J. HUTCHINS, Barry.
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YOU MUST GET AT I THE BLOOD I I j It is the Life. I r ° 0 Itisthe Strength ( h It is Eyerytlpg. Everybody-yourself included-is liable to Skiri- 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 Thousandsareforthcoming toprove that HUGHES'S -1- BLOOD PILLS Purify the Blood 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. HU&HES'S :BLOOD PILLS Have an immediate and specific action upon the Blood, and in the whole System. MT Without This it Trade fgyMF none is Mark is Genuine. on Every Box TRY THEM, Sold by all Chemists and Stores at 1/1 J, 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 GOMER'S 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 MP BAD LEGS" 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/li, or send value to maker, JACOB HUGHES, M,P,S.L.D.S., Manufacturing Chemist, Penarth. WEDDING CARDS! OF THE CHOICEST DESIGN AND ARTISTIC EXECUTION MAY BE OBTAINED AT THE BARRY DOCK NEWS," HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCKS. Small Prepaid Advertisements. Words. Once. *hree ,.Six times. times. 20 Words. 0 9 1 3 2 0 S0Words. 1 0 1 9 2 6 40 Words u. u. 1 6 2 9 3 6 Each extra 10 words 0 4 0 8 1 0 GENERAL ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 to 4 insertions Is 6d per inch per insertion 4 to 6 Is 3d 6 to 13 Is 5, 28 lOd ft 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 perinch $)crvests, etc,, ^0 wet rilO LET, COMFORTABLE HOUSES, in good JL 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.-Apply on the Premises. gitotions laxatti HICKS & Co., Chemists, Barry Dock, have a JLJL Vacancy for a well educated Youth as APPRENTICE. ANTED. experienced GENERAL SERVANT. W -Apply MRS. EVANS, Stationer, Holton- road. Barry Docks. DRAPERY.—WANTED IMPROVER or Junior T) 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. WANTED GIRL, about 16 or 17, for House- work, to sleep home.—Apply 103, High- street, Barry. APPRENTICE WANTED to SHOEING and GENERAL SMITH.—Apply EBDON, Hilda- street, Barry. WANTED Respectable GIRL, about 16, for General JSousework. Must be clean.— Apply MRS CRATES, 28, Evans-street, Barry Docks. WANTED a Young GIRL, about 18, for Daily Service.—Apply 7, Broad-street, Barry. Stoical. 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. M R 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. Jfar gale. (^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. LANTS, PLANTS, PLANTS, Is per Hundred. Brussel Sprouts, Cauliflower, Savoys, Cab- bage, Brocoli, and Picklers.—WHITLAND, Porth- kerry, 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. i JEijsctUsme0ttje. MOWERS, REAPERS, BINDERS. Horse Rakes, Haymakers, Hay Elevators, Churns, Cheese Presses, Cheese Vats, Butter Tubs, and Dairy utensils of all kinds. Horse Hoes, Ploughs, Horrows, 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. — JOHN HIBBERT & SONS, 10 and 11, Castle-street, Cardiff. WANTED, SUNLIGHT and LIFEBUOY SOAP 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, JL 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 free wheel, rim brake, clincher plated rims, high grade, beautiful machine, all accessories, gas lamp, bell, bag. &c., £ 4 10s each approval before cash paid.—K. GILL, Waveney Villa, Beach-road, Weston-s uper- 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; ib'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; 3|lb., 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 HABBISON'S "RELIABLE" NURSERY POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strengthens the Hair. In Tins, 4Jd and 9d. Postage Id.-Geo. W. Harrison, Chemist, 118, Broad-street, Reading. Agent for Barry Docks-J. REYNOLDS, Chemist, 65, Holton-road. 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. MISS MASTERMAN, CERTIFICATED TEACHER OF DRAWING, 2, East View- terrace, Barry. Classes formed or Private Lessons given in Oil Painting and Water Colour Drawing. Margueterie 'Wood Staining and Wood Carving. Terms on application. fTlRY URICURA, HAMMOND'S SPECIFIC FOR JL 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 1/11, Drops IIIi per bottle. Ask your Chemist for it. FOR YOUR POULTRY FOOD go to W. H. BURROUGH, Newport House, Thompson- street. Chick Food in 3d packets; also loose 21bs. for 2Jd. Agent for Caperns and Hyde's Bird Seed. MRS MEDLIN, 26, Holton-road, Barry 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. 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. Est. 1879. 8- ¡ a TT* rn A T "fn I DONT BUY READY-MADE SPECTACLES YOUR EYES THEY ARE ARE TESTED SCIENTIFICALLY FREE OF TESTED. jgygL CHARGE, j If you require Spectacles, they are made specially to suit you. WP RPPQ M-RS- ^LONDON), CHEMIST AND CiM OPHTHALMIC OPTICIAN, a 238, HOLTON ROAD (Corner of Morel St), BARRY DOCKS. 8 GLASS EYES SUPPLIED. WHAT URICURA IS DOING. Mr A. E. DAVEY, Firsdon, Cardiff, writes as follows :— I have found your '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 Chast, Sore I Throats, Rheumatism, Sciatica, &c. EYESIGHT TESTING ROOMS, I BONNER MORGAN, sSSSSS (Load.), FITTING. F QUALIFIED A careful test Is made by the latestand most scientific methods, OPHTHALMIC OPTICIAN. and a candid opinion is given as to whether Spectacles are needed. Hours: 9.30 to 7. CONSULTATIONS AH cases requiring medical Wednesdays, attention are at once referred to 10' P-m- FREE- an Oculist. Opposite Park Hotel PARK PLACE Entrance, CARDIFF. Don't I -i Believe It I If anyone should tell you that you can raise CANARY BIRDS by planting CANARY SEED. You might as well try to raise SEALS from SEALING WAX or MAKE BUTTER from BUTTER CUPS. And Don't Believe It I When you are told that ONE Medicine will cure ALL Complaints. Is is ridiculous and untrue. It is impossible to cure all complaints from Consumption to Housemaid's Knee with the same remedy. But as REES' RELIABLE REMEDIES are CURES for the j Complaints for which they are RECOMMENDED. jj They are prepared from the BEST of Drugs. They g are NOT intended to supplant the Physician's g skill, but to remedy minor ailments which can S be cured by simple means. A Special Cure for each Complaint. IW. E. REES, I.P.S., ™tanand 238, HOLTON-ROAD, (.^l«T), BARRY DOCK. WEDDING, 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 N oFree Presents, but guaranteed Best Value in the Kingdom. ALLEN PEARCE Maker of ARTIFICIAL LIMBS. IN STOCK Crutches, Trusses, Eyes, CRUTCH SHOES BELTS, ELASTIC STOCKINGS, 4c. Charles Street H&r), Cardiff, AND BROADMEAD ARCADE, BRISTOL. ? Lady Attendant for Ladies' Belts, &c. Closed Wednesdays 1 p.m. Illustrated Lists Free. Printed and Published for the Barry Dock Newspaper and Printing Companv Limi^ v JOHN ROWLAND LLUWELLYN JT'VRNU 7 Barry Docks, Friday, June 3rd', 1904