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"OCEAN BUILDINGS." GROCER AND A FRESH MEAT Salesman. nv^ X^^YOUR GOODS & HERE, AND SAVE MONEY. CARMARTHEN DAIRY. J. GRIFFITHS, OCEAN BUILDINGS, SUPPLIES twice daily of pure Fresh Milk from MAESARIL FARM. Raw and Devonshire Clotted Cream. New laid Eggs. Fresh and Salt I Butters, gaf All produce guaranteed finest quality. SPECIAL MILK FOR INFANTS AND INVALIDS. FRUIT! FISH W. E. KATHRENS, GIVES BEST VALUE. .FOR MONEY AT OCEAN BUILDINGS. Established 12 years at OCEAN BUILDINGS. B. A. WALKER, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER, Holton Bakery, Barry Dock. TRY OUR WHOLEMEAL BROWN BREAD, A Speciality. Guaranteed Pure." G. PALMER, Confectioner, Tobacconist, Stationer, Fancy Dealer. OCEAN BUILDINGS, BARRY DOCK. FOR THE FINEST CANTERBURY LAMB, — GO TO — E. WILLIAMS; OCEAN BUILDINGS, (Opposite Bassett Hotel), BARRY DOCK. ENURE SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. "OCEAN BUILDINGS." NAT TEL —326 CARDIFF E S T" D 1860. TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS—" TARPAULINS, CARDIFF.' MORGAN AND RICHARDSON (LATE FRED. MORGAN & CO.), HERBERT-STREET & BUTE-STREET, CARDIFF, TENTS, AWNINGS, FLAGS, TARPAULINS, for Sale and Hire SUN-BLINDS DE^CRH^QON. (PATENTEES AND SPECIALISTS OF SPRING ROLLER SHOP BLINDS). Public Decorators, Illuminators, Ball Room and Bazaar Furnishers. HORSE & CART COVERS, RICK-SHEETS, SACKS, COAL BAGS, ROPE, RUBBER, AND OILSKIN GOODS, &c. PIANOS AND ORGANS 1 t I THOMPSON & SHACKELL, Limited. The Finest Display of Musical Instruments ever shown in the Principality ESTEY ORGANS. Newest Styles. NEUMEYER PIANOS, Latest Models. esl BRINSMEAD PIANOS, Improved Design. KAPS PIANOS, Inlaid Pianos. COLLARD PIANOS, Exquisite Finish. LIBERAL DISCOUNT FOR CASH. OLD PIANOS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE. DELIVERED FREE. All Instruments supplied on New Hire System, if desired, without Extra Charge, from 10s Monthly. Beautifully Illustrated Catalogue free by post on application to Barry, or any of the Company s lSemSTRrUMENTS SOLD YEARLY. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. PIANO TUNERS OF UNDOUBTED ABILITY. TUNING FROM 3s. 6d. THOMPSON AND SHACKELL, LIMITED, MUSIC WAREHOUSE, QUEEN STREET, CARDIFF. THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED IN THE BARRY AND CADOXTON DISTRICT. Furniture Carefully Removed. Vans of all sizes kept. W By Hour or Contract. M|b|M DAVID PAULETT. j Us" done at IMMll FURNITURE REMOVED BY ROAD OR RAIL era e ricea. THMn ESTIIIATES FREE. POSTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. DAVID" paulett, COAL MERCHANT Court-road, CADOXTON-BARRY. Omoaa—STATION YARD & MARKET MEWS, CADOXTON. NATIONAL TEIEPUONE—NO.034'3 WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. A Ak.. pILLs Possess the following qualities in a high degree:— THEY STRENGTHEN THE STOMACH THEY REGULATE THE BOWELS THEY PURIFY AND ENRICH THE BLOOD THEY GIVE TONE TO THE WHOLE NERVOUS SYSTEM. prrpil Allj'Q DJ! 1 0 contain no drug of mineral or metallic origin, but are DLLUllnm 0 NLLO pUreiy vegetable, mild, beneficient and sure. They will restore you to health if you give them a chance. BEECHAM'S PILLS HAVE EVER ENJOYED THE CONFIDENCE OF LADIES FOR THE AILMENTS PECULIAR TO THEIR SEX. SOLD EVERYWHERE IN BOXES, PRICE Is. lid. (56 PILLS) AND 2a. 9d. (168 PILLS), WITH FULL DIRECTIONS. CAPITAL PLOTS OF BUILDING LAND TO LET, Facing the Common. SPLENDID VIEW. LOW GROUND RENT APPLY J. A. HUGHES, Esq., Solicitor, I OR TO J A. OWEN, Architect, Cadoxton. BUILDING LAND TO LET at Moderate Ground Rents for the Erection of COTTAGES, VILLAS, &c., on the MOUNT PLEASANT ESTATE, Cadoxton; Church Estate. Io.; Cadoxton Land Syndicate, do.; Lasd off Court-road, do.; and Central Estate, Barry Dock. — Particulars on application to J. A. OWEN. Archibecb and Surveyor, Vere street:, Cadoxton-Barry, FIELDINGS, OLD ESTABLISHED FINANCIERS ARE PREPARED TO Advance Sums from f,20 to £3,000 at Short Notice, ON APPROVED NOTE OF HAND, PERSONAL, OR OTHER SECURITIES. CHARGES ARRANGED BEFORE TRANS- ACTIONS ARE COMPLETED. MORTGAGES on PROPERTY effected at Current Rates of Interest. Property Purchased. Trade Bills Discounted. Annuities and Fixed Incomes Arranged, DEPOSITS RECEIVED AT 5 PER CENT. PER ANNUM. Apply Direct as we have no Agents. Hayes Buildings, The Hayes, Cardiff. DUKE-STREET AUCTION ROOMS. CARDIFF ON TUESDAY AND THURSDAY NEXT, May 16th and 18th, 1905, commencing) at 2 p.m prompt. IMPORTANT TO PARTIES FURNISHING. MESSES. J. G. MADDOX & SON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at their Old Established SALE ROOMS as above, an immense assemblage of very superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE (Removed from various residences for absolute sale), including Valuable Pianofortes, 6ft 5ft and Smaller Bedroom Suites, 6ft 5ftand 4ft Wardrobes, Pairs of Handsome Toilets, all Brass and other Bedsteads, Wool and Spring Mattresses, Turkey, Axminster, Brussels, and Tapestry Carpets, Skin and other Hearthrugs, Brass Curbs, Fenders, Brasses, superior Drawing and Dining-room Suites, Rose- wood, Chippendale, and Walnut Cabinets, 6ft 5ft and 4ft Sideboards, Bookcases, Dining and Occasional Tables, Walnut, Chippendale, Rosewood, and Gilt Overmantles, Chests of Drawers, Hall- stands and Chairs to match, Roll-top and Pedestal Besks, Safes, Office Chairs, Lounge and Occasional ditto, Oil Paintings and Etchings, Marble Clocks, Bronze and China Ornaments, Ottoman and other Couches, Stair Carpets and Rods, Sets of Toilet Ware, Dinner and Tea Services, together with the usual Kitchen Effects, &c.,&o., in all about 800 Lots. On view day prior to and morning of sale. N. B.—Arrangements can be made by Country buyers to have their purchases packed and put on rail. Goods can be purchased privately if desired. Established 1860. LOOK TO YOUR SCALES OR WEIGHING MACHINES. IF they re- quire Repair- ing or ing or or IF you re- quire U POST CARD AT Adjusting, NEW ONE 3, SEND POST CARD AT ONCE TO THE OLD FIRM, GREADEE & SON, He Practical Scale takers & Repairers, COMPLETE SHOP I FITTERS, 18, CAROLINE ST., CARDIFF, Who will attend to same immediately upon the receipt of Card or Telephonic Message. SPECIAL CHEAP RATES FOR YEARLY CONTRACTS. Nat. Tel. 5x5. Established 1876. P.S.-Agents for South Wales for Parnell and Sons', Bristol, Scales and Weighing Machines. J. R. CHAMINGS, POSTING" MASTER, BARRY HOTEL POSTING STABLES. C3- WEDDINGS A SPECIALITY. Carriages, Wagonettes, Victorias, Lady's & Gent's Saddle Horses, and Traps on Hire at Shortest Notice. First-class Hunters by Day or Month. Large Brakes for Picnics and Parties. Cabs,&c., may be obtained to and from any Station in the. Barry District. Telephone, No 74. I"uv,l -RRYWEA HF T RS HIG -C LASS: CA 0 3_LONQACRE,'LONDON. M AKERS 0 LD, I CHILDREN FED ON VIROL have firm flesh, good colour, strong bones and teeth. For infants give Virol with milk in the feeding-bottle. L 4IS JARS for 2/11.
BARRY POLICE COURT.
BARRY POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. Before Dr G. Neale and Councillor J. A. Manaton. 1- MAY SHOW DINNER. M OJTRNE Jones, manager of the Windsor Hotel, Barry Dock, applied for an hour's extension on Wednesday, the 10th inst, on the occasion of the annual dinner of the Barry May Show, which was acceded to. WANTED TO BECOME A NATURALISED BRITISHER. I want to become naturalised," was the re- mark of a foreigner named L. J. Jensen, of 6, John-street, West Hartlepool, as he stepped into the witness-box. Applicant explained that the High Court formalities had been gone through. Mr J. W. Morris (the Justices' clerk) submitted the oath, pledging Jensen to hold faith and bear true allegiance to his Majesty the King, to which applicant replied I will;! AFFILIATION ARREARS. Mr J. A. Hughes, solicitor,.Barry, stated that on the 13th of Marck the Bench made an order for 58 a week during the period of existence, and the funeral expenses, of the illegitimate child of Elizabeth Harvey, a Cadoxton woman, upon Harry Hatherall, a labourer, of 20, Travis-street, Barry Docks, who had failed to pay anything-being arrested for non-payment of arrears on the pre- vious night. Mr Hughes said the total amount of arrears was 96 14s 6d. It was a sad case, as the girl had been turned away from home. He was quite willing to have the case adjourned if defend- ant would make a favourable offer. Mr Hughes added that Hatherall had also been proved the father of another girl's child.—Defendant offered to pay 103 a week, and the case was accordingly adjourned for a month. A BACK-YARD SQUABBLE. According to the story told by Florence Brain, a woman, of 24, Daniel-street, there was stone war- fare at Cadoxton on the previous Monday morning. The woman complained that she went out into her yard to feed the pigs, when Ada McKenzie, a neighbour, and the latter's two young sons, began throwing stones at her, one of which struck her behind the ear. The woman McKenzie then caught her by the arm and the hair of her head, and threw her to the ground. Witness got up, when she was struck on the arm with another stone, which came from the hand of Mrs McKenzie. —Dr P. J. O'Donnell described the injuries which the complainant received.-Sergeant Ben Davies arrested the defendant, who replied that she did not touch the complainant, but her little boy threw a stone.-Defendant was ordered to pay 5s including costs. PUBLICAN CHARGED AT BARRY. David Rees, landlord of the Carpenter's Arms Inn, Whitehall, near Barry, was charged with keeping his licensed premises open during pro- hibited hours. Mr F. P. Jones-Lloyd, solicitor, Barry, defended.-P.C. Wingrove (Rhoose) gave evidence to the effect that about 11.30 p.m. on the 26th ult. he visited the Carpenter's Arms Inn, which he found open, and saw five men standing in the bar with drinks in front of them. He asked the landlord to account for the men being there, and he replied that he had gone to bed, and was awakened by knocking at the door. He went down, and saw five men outside with a motor car. The men said they had started from Barry and been around the country, and being travellers they wanted refreshments. Asked by the con- stable what steps he had taken to ascertain whether the men were bona fide travellers, the landlord said he did not think he was doing any harm.-Wingrove said the five men signed their names, but it was only a scribble, and he could not understand it.. However, he obtained the correct names and addresses. Witness added that one of the men was very much under the influence of drink.—Mr Jones-Lloyd Did you see a bucket ?— Witness: No.—Mr Jones-Lloyd I do not suggest that the driver was drinking out of a bucket. (Laughter.)—Superintendent Giddings No, the motor was thirsty. (Laughter).—In addressing the Bench, Mr Jones-Lloyd said they were not summoned for illegal sale, bnt for keeping open during prohibited hours. If these men were bona-fide travellers they could call at a public house at any time of the day or night. The question was whether defendant kept the house open for the sale of drink. The party went for a ride down the country, and on coming back, not far from Whitehall, it was discovered that the car running hot, the tanks being dry. If they could not get water the car would have to remain where it was. They proceeded to the Carpenters' Arms, which was in darkness. Outside they made a great noise with the hooter of the car, and by rapping the door and window, with the result that they were admitted.—Defendant was called and swore that he closed the house about five minutes to ten o'clock on the night in question, and had gone to bed. He was asleep, and was aroused by his wife, who said there was a great noise outside. He went down partially dressed, gave the driver some water, and the men had refreshments,-Superin- tendent Giddings Were the men, or the motor, thirsty? (Laughter.)—George Allen, the driver of the car, and others, gave corroborative evidence, and the case was dismissed. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. Evan J. Rees, booking-clerk at Cogan Railway Station, proved that Richard Clarke, John White, and Joseph Harris, Penarth, labourers, used obscene language at the Railway Station. Defend- ants did not appear, and warrants were ordered to be issued for their arrest. THEFT OF WOOD. Dock-constable Williams gave evidence that he saw a schoolboy named William Bate, of 23, George-street, carrying 20 pit-prop ends (value Is 6d) from the dockside on the previous day. The lad told the Bench that he saw other boys taking wood. and he did not think it was wrong.—In imposing a fine of 5s, Dr Neale said he hoped it would be a warning. BENEFIT OF THE DOUBT. Noah Langford, a labourer, of 26, Gilbert-street, Cadoxton, charged with being drunk on licensed premises, strenuously denied the charge, and several witnesses having been called for the defence, he was given the benefit of the doubt, and the case was dismissed. REFUSED TO QUIT. John Langford, labourer, Spring-street, Cadox- ton, was fined 10s, or seven days' imprisonment, for being drunk and refusing to quit a public- house. INDECENT TALK. Warrants were ordered to be issued for the appearance of Sarah Jones, a married woman, of Hirwain-street, Barry Docks, and Nora Ellen McCarthy, described as a prostitute, of Vere-street, Cadoxton, for using indecent language on the highway. THE DARK SIDE OF LIFE. Only nineteen years of age, Catherine Jane Rees, described as a prostitute, of 35, Holmes-street, was charged with indecent behaviour and with being drunk and disorderly. She admitted the former, but denied the latter charge.—Mr Manaton Are you prepared to go to a home ?-Defendant No. Dr Neale Then you will have to go to prison for a month with hard labour. NIGHT POACHING. William Jones, a labourer, of Saltmead, Cardiff, was sent to gaol for 21 days on a charge of night poaching, William Edwards, gamekeeper, said he was in company with two other gamekeepers about 11.30 on the previous night at West Hills Wood, Leckwith, when he saw the prisoner and a dog walking towards him. On seeing them the man took to his heels," but after a chase he was caught. An unset net, pegs, and two dead rabbits were afterwards discovered in the wood. THE INEBRIATED ONES. I Patrick Ryan was fined 20s for being drunk and disorderly.—Crown penalties were imposed upon Frederick Pitman, John Morgan, Ann Gillingham, and Joseph Tonkin warrants being ordered to be issued for the appearance of Martha Smith and Annie Piddell.
MONDAY. Before Mr J. Lowdon and Mr W. H. Lewis. BARRY MAY SHOW. An occasional license to sell refreshments at the Buttrills Field, Barry, on Wednesday, on the occasion of Barry May Show, was granted to Mr C. B. Griffiths, Royal Hotel, Cadoxton-Barry. LOCAL RATES AND DEPRESSION OF TRADE. The depression of trade which has been in the town for a long time past made itself evident at this court, a large number of persons being pro- ceeded against for non-payment of local rates, and orders were made upon George Henry Musgrave, Edward May, Beadon Cridge, Sidney Brewer, Charles Henry Mitchell, Patrick Brannighan, Richard Harvey (the wife of whom said her children had gone to school that morning without breakfast), Eli Fry, J. Winstone, Albert Taylor, Charles Hatherall, Thomas O'Donnell, Charles Connor, Charles Brown, Vincent Martin, J. Medway, Samuel Isaacs, William Lewis, William Weston, Joseph Wilson, William Stock, Hopkin John, Thomas Callaghan, George Hutchinson, John Dunovitch, William J. Harding, John Henry Vaughan, Samuel Harry Thompson, William Durbin, David Mullins, John McCrae, William Dee, Edward Ryar., Samuel Ball, Albert Brown, and William Doyle. SHOCKING PARENTAL CRUELTY AT BARRY DOCKS. The darker side of life was revealed in a painful case in which a charge of cruelty to their children was preferred against Henry Tanner (30), labourer, and his wife, Annie Tanner (26), of 35, Bassett- street, Barry Docks. The proceedings were taken by the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, for whom Mr F. P. Jones- Lloyd, solicitor, appeared, and in opening stated that the case was one of an awful character.— Inspector William New stated that he had known the defendants some years. The children were Thomas (nine), Catherine (five), William (four), and John (two). In September last he warned both defendants as to the state of the children. Again on November 14th he had occasion to warn the female defendant." The children were then in a very dirty and neglected state, and the house was visited by prostitutes. On the 24th of April he visited the house, and discovered the children partly dressed, in an extremely filthy state their scanty clothing was ragged and verminous, the little ones were badly nourished, their heads were in a verminous state, and their bodies covered with vermin marks. The youngest child John was a cripple. On this occasion he again warned the woman. The children were in the same neglected state on the 28th of April, in the even- ing of which witness, in company with Sergeant Poolman and Dr Kent, again paid a visit to the house, when they found in one of the bedrooms, occupied by the children, a heap of rags, which swarmed with vermin. In the corner was a heap of milpuff, and the only sleeping accommodation was a chair bedstead without covering. The bed was sodden with urine, and full of vermin. On being cautioned the woman replied, I do my best; I suppose it is because my husband drinks." The male defendant said, I don't see that they are neglected." Inspector New added that the woman practically kept a brothel, and he (witness) believed she was compelled to solicit prostitution herself because her husband would not give her any money.—Acting-sergeant A. Poolman said he had known the defendants for about four years, and stated that both were addicted to drink, especially the female defendant. At three a.m. on the 25th of April he entered their house under the powers of a brothel warrant, and saw, in the front room downstairs, the two defendants, and the woman's nineteen- year-old brother in bed together, In the front room upstairs on a heap of milpuff the four children were huddled together. Two had only dirty shirts, one had boots and clothing, and another only a pair of boots on. Vermin was crawling over them, and fleas were jumping in all directions. (Laughter.) Parts of the children's bodies were covered with flea bites. On being spoken to, the father said, I have not seen them." The mother said, I cannot do anything with the little devils. They ran up there to hide, and went to sleep." The officer added that he had found prostitutes in the house. In reply to the woman, witness admitted that the pillow and her face was covered with blood, which she said had been done by her husband.-Dr P. W. Kent spoke as to a visit which he paid to the house, when he found the children in a dirty and ver- minous state, and suffering from eczema. They were insufficiently clad, and vermin bitten all over.-P.C. James Fuller said he had been called to the defendants' house, when the husband accused the wife of living with another man, and she replied that she was bound to do something to keep his children. There were three prostitutes in the house, which was in a filthy state.-The woman now said she had fought hard for her children for the past nine months. She had only received 25s from her husband since September.— The Bench thought the male defendant was to blame more than the woman, and sentenced him to three months' hard labour. The woman was sent to gaol for 21 days. CHIMNEYS AFIRE. For allowing the chimneys of their houses to be on fire, Joshua Rowlands and Charles Collins were each fined 2s. "A PERFECT NUISANCE." Fanny Duncan, a prostitute, was charged with using indecent language, and with being drunk and disorderly. P.C. Fuller, who proved the latter charge, said there was no end of difficulty with the woman. She was a perfect nuisance to the town.-Inspector Morris She has made 31 appearances already, gentlemen.—Fanny was sent to prison for a month's hard labour. A VIOLENT PRISONER. P.C. William Jones was on duty at Cogan on the previous afternoon, when he accosted Henry Beadon, a Cardiff labourer, who was drunk and behaving in a disorderly manner. The constable requested the man to desist, but he replied by landing a blow on the officer's face, and after- wards kicked him about the legs and body. Three seamen and P.C. Wilcox came to the assistance of the constable, and Beadon was con- veyed to the Police Station with difficulty, having to be carried nearly all the way. He was searched by force at the station, and carried to the cells The Bench, who were informed that the man had been charged with stealing, and assaulting the police and civilians, was committed to gaol for a month's hard labour. THIRTEEN APPEARANCES. Margaret O'Brien, a prostitute, pleaded guilty to a charge of being drunk and disorderly.- Inspector Morris This is her thirteenth appear. ance.-Defendant (surprised) Thirty, did you say ? (Laughter.)-Fined 10s. LAD BOUND OVER. A schoolboy named Matthew Stoneham, of 24, Park-crescent, Barry, was bound over in the sum of B5 to come up for judgmenb when called upon on a charge of stealing a grate, value 2s the property of James Baglin, Barry. The boy said he took the iron from a shed to sell as scrap-iron. He was sorry he did so. VEHICLE LIGHTS. Edmund Milward, Cadoxton, was cautioned for not having sufficient lights attached to his vehicle after dusk. INDECENT LANGUAGE. Under this head Sarah Jones was ordered to pay a penalty of 5a. BRINK. A fine of 7s 6d was imposed upon Charles Tucker for being drunk and disorderly. Thomas Webb John Abraham, Martha Smith, and Elizabeth O'Brien were each ordered to pay 5a j whilst Edward Feldrish was mulct in 28 6d.
A BOX-MAKER'S CURE.
A BOX-MAKER'S CURE. TREATED AT SIX HOSPITALS FOR ANJE ,lA, SHORT OF BREATH: NEARLY SUFFOCATED THROUGH INDIGESTION, SHE HEARD WHAT DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS DID FOR ANOTHER SUFFERER, AND WAS CURED BY THE SAME MEANS. "I have been to six different hospitals. My fellow-workers said it was hopeless for me to try to work. Cod-Liver Oil was ordered but the only medicine I really felt do me any good was Dr Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People." This is the report of Miss Clara Hornsey, 50, Whiston-street, Haggerston, London, N.E. What she says proves the seriousness of her case. When doctors order Cod-Liver Oil it is because they know that Consumption has begun. Consumption, nine times out of the ten, is the natural result of Anw-mia-lack of blood. The lungs are weakened, a. small blood vessel breaks, the patient (already weak) spits blood and dies by inches because the lung cannot heal FOR WANT OF BLOOD. Dr Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People make new blood. They thus directly cure Ansemia, and all the consequences of Anæmia-Indigestion, fluttering of the heart, short breath, loss of appe- tite, blood-spitting, Consumption. Miss Hornsey's clever description shows how they act: li My breath was short. At times I could hardly speak. The worst of it was that I could not eat Miss Hornsey, a clever cardboard-box maker, tells here how she was cured of Ancemia by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. without feeling almost suffocated afterwards and suffering fearful Indigestion. That soon told upon me, and I grew quite powerless. I seemed to have no life in me. I ALWAYS FELT TIRED. About two months ago Miss Annie Hunt, who gave a testimonial to Dr Williams' Medicine Company, told me about Dr Williams' Pink Pills and how they cured her. My mother bought a box for me, and soon I began to feel that blood and life were coming into my body again. The effect was really wonderful, because I had taken such a lot of medicine without getting any better." Miss Hornsey added that she eats well and enjoys her meals without fear of Indigestion. One most noticeable effect of Dr Williams' Pink Pills is the way they restore the appetite and enable the food to be digested. The sufferer begins to eat at once, and that is the first sign of improvement. Ansemia is simply bloodlessness. Dr Williams' Pink Pills make new blood; thus they cure Antenna just as food cures hunger. They are good for other troubles of women and girls and of men, too, for they cure Bile, Indigestion, Gout, Rheumatism, Sciatica, Heart Disease, Backache, Paralysis, St Vitus' Dance, and all trouble that arise from poor blood or starved nerves, Dr Williams' Medicine Co., Holborn-viaduct, London, send a box post free for 2s 9d, six for 13s 9d but they can be had at all medicine shops. They are not a purgative. On the contrary, they strengthen all who take them.
BARRY DOCK TIDE TABLE.
BARRY DOCK TIDE TABLE. The following is the Tide Table for Barry Pock for the week commencing to-morrow (Saturday):— Day Morn. Aft. h. m. FT IN. FA. M. ft in. Saturday, 13 0.32 28. 3 1.10 28. 1 Sunday, 14 1.51 29. 0 2.33 29. 9 Monday, 15 3.11 31. 8 3.47 32. 7 Tuesday, 16 4.19 34. 8 4.49 35. 4 Wednesday, 17 5.17 37. 3 5.43 37. 7 Thursday, 18 6. 8 39. 1 6.34 39. 1 I Friday, 19 0.59 40. 1 7.24 39. 8