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a G E O R G E'S PILE AND GRAVEL PILLS. 1 MARVELLOUS REMEDY. it is more than Gold to me-It saved my Life." GEORG \^=^ PILLS J- If yon euffer Pain in the Back and Loins, or between the Shoulders, this remedy will fiffectnally remove it. If you are troubled with Irritation of the Bladder, Suppression 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 PILLS. 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 are 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 Constipation, you have a sure Remedy In GEORGE'S PILLS. If you suffer from any Bowel Disorder, such as Piles, Constipation, Flatulence Colic, you have here a remedy you can always rely upon. If you suffer from Palpitation, and are afraid that your Heart is affected, you will find these Pills an Efficacious Remedy. If you suffer from Headache and Giddiness, GEORGE'S PILLS will remove these pains 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 he outh, a few doses of this Remedy wil 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. r, If Sleep fails to give you Rest, Try GEORGE'S PILLS. They will make your bed easy, illeep 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 of the body, and thus §Ive free exit to all Gross Humours, and no more Blood Impurities will be seen bursting irough 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 Remedy, 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 Nerve-Strengthening 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.-G:EORGE'S PILLS for the PILES. THESE WORLD-RENOWNED PILLS ARE SOLD EVERYWHERE, IN BOXES, 1/11 AND 2/9 EACH. BY POST, 1/2 AND 2/10. PROPRIETOR -J. E. GEORGE, M.R.P.S., HIRWAIN, GLAM. CROSS BROTHERS, The Cardiff Ironmongers. Large Display of GARDEN SEATS from 10/6; TENTS, 18/6; TABLES, 5/ GARDEN ROLLERS from 32/ MOWERS from 14/ RUSTIC Portmanteaus, YIR,E Tables, TRUNKS, Stands,& Gladstone Bags, I'ZH Chairs, TRAVELLING REQUISITES, In Large Varieties A SPECIALITY. AT OUR WELL-KNOWN LOW PRICES, always in stock. Wire Netting Price List. Sin. by 2ft. wide, 3/ 3in. by 4ft. wide, 6/ 2in. by 3ft. wide, 5/6. 3in. by 3ft. wide, 4/7 2in. by 2ft. wide, 3/8 2in. by 4ft. wide, 7/4. Our Motto:—LOW PRICES. PROMPT DELIVERY. 3 & 4, St. Mary-street, 21, 22, & 23, Working-street. T. imvANS, SHOEING AND GENERAL SMITH, NEAR THE OLD PARISH CHURCH, CADOXTON-BARRY. IRON RAILINGS & GATES MADE TO ORDER. Orders of all kinds punctually attended to. CIARMCT TEMPERANCE HOTEL AND DINING ROOMSt HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCKS. HOT DINNERS DAILY. Accommodation for Visitors. Well-aired Beds Hot and Cold Bat AS. PROPRIETOR—C. F. ROSSER BARRY & BRISTOL CHANNEL STEAMSHIP COMPANY. DAILY SERVICE FROM BARRY PIER TO LYNMOUTH & ILFRACOMBE BY THE "GWALIA" & "DEVONIA." TIME TABLE FOR MAY: TO LYNMOUTH AND ILFRACOMBE. FROM ILFRACOMBE AND LYNMOUTH. (WEEK DAYS ONLY.) (WEEK DAYS ONLY.) Train leaves Bridgend 8.30 a.m., Porth 8.38 a.m., A Steamer will leave Ilfracombe each day as Pontypridd 8.48 a.m. daily, calling at all under:— P.M. Stations. For intermediate times see Time May 1st to 11th (inclusive). 4.30 Bills. Passengers change at Barry. 12fh 17th „ 4.15 18th 24th „ 4.30 Special Boat Express Train will leave Cardiff » 25th 31st „ 4.15 (Riverside) at 9.35 a.m. daily and run direct The Steamer will call off Lynmouth about 35 to Barry Pier. minutes after leaving Ilfracombe. Special Express Train will leave Barry Pier for „ „„ n n on Cardiff, immediately after the arrival of the Train leaves Grangetown 9.24 a.m Cogan 9 29 Boat( calling. at B/rry and Grangetown only. a.m., Dynas Powis 9.34 a.m., Cadoxton 9.39 Passengers for Intermediate Stations change at a.m., Barry Dock 9.42 a.m., Barry 9.46 a.m. Barry and join the 7.0 p.m. Train from that Station. „ Passengers for Vale of Glamorgan Stations change at Barry and join the 8.16 p.m. Train. Passengers for Pontypridd and Porth leave Barry Steamer leaves Barry Pier 10.10 a.m. at 8.25 p.m. SALE OF IMPORTANT BUSINESS PREMISES I AT BARRY DOCK. MR J. T. SAUNDERS has been instructed to SELL by ..PUBLIC AUCTION, at Culley's Hotel, Barry Dock, on THURSDAY, May 18th, 1905, at 7.30 o'clock in the Evening, all that Ex- tensive and Well-built BUSINESS PREMISES, Known as the GLAMORGAN RESTAURANT, 10, THOMPSON- STREET, BARRY DOCK, Containing :-On the ground floor Large shop room, one sitting-room, commercial-room, large kitchen, sculleries, pantries, &c. On the first and second floors Twelve large rooms, hot and cold bath. Gas throughout. There is also a cellar. Good yard at rear, with sufficient room for stables. Held for the residue of a term of 99 years, at the annual ground rent of R,18, Now in the occupa- tion of the Owner. For further Particulars apply to the Auctioneer, at The Cardiff-chambers, 29, St. Mary-street, Cardiff or to Messrs Lloyd and Pratt, Solicitors, I Midland Bank-chambers, Newport, Mon. TME: EMPIRE PALACE OF VARIETIES, CARDIFF. Two Complete Performances Nightly. Early one 7 o'clock to 9, late one 9 o'clock to 11. ALL ARTISTES APPEAR AT EACH PERFORMANCE. ) OSWALD STOLL. I COUGHS, COLDS, CROUP, WHOOPLIIG A MIFTACULOUS COUGHSPITTING OF BTOOD, ASTHMA. 0HEST, CQJJGH, BPOFTCHLTLA, CONSUMPTION. Jï m M gXTRAORDlNAftY RAPID RECOVERIES FOR ALL I m I I ttU/? SJE A f Cil AGES FOR ALL SUFFERERS. M 1 LrflJlNvI MIWJNDSNCL *R0OF AND TESTIMONIALS. tARGB BommoL/Xp/3 ;1?dST PAID, 1/3, 2/6. « VAII D | ICC HEALTH, HAPPINESS.' SOLE PftOPRiBTORS- ■ EI, WELFARF & COMFORT '0% NKM A I/IKI O ■11 LAUPA B ON DEAKIN-S GENUINE ORIGINAL REME. QCAKIN OC NUGNCST' Beware of injurious-foreign ihktations and substitutes. THE INFLAMMATION REMEDIES CO.*1 ■k and of the dealer who tries to deceive you and sell you spu r RE THE REV. WILLIAM ACKWORTH. DECEASED. HIGHLY IMPORTANT SALE OF LEASE- HOLD PROPERTIES AT BARRY DOCK. MR J. T. SAUNDERS has received instructions to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at Culley's Hotel, Barry Dock, on THURSDAY, May 18th, 1905, at 7.30 o'clock in the Evening, the following VALUABLE LEASHOLD PROPERTIES :— BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE., All those Three Business Premises, situate and being Nos. 3, 5, and 7, THOMPSON-STREET, BARRY DOCK. Held for a term of 99 years (less three days) from 1st May, 1889, at the annual ground rent of 98 each. No. 3 is let at 430 per annum, payable monthly. No 5 is let at A 52 per annum, payable quarterly, landlord paying rates and taxes. No. 7 is let on lease for ten years from 24th June 1900, at 455 per annum, payable quarterly rent to be increased to J660 per annum from 24th June, 1905. All those Five Dwelling-houses, situate and being Nos. 9,11,13, 15, and 17, ABERYSTWITH- CRESCENT, BARRY. Held for a term of 99 years (less one day) from 26th November, 1884, at the annual ground rents of P,2 10s for No. 9, and 92 15s, each for Nos. 11, 13, 15, and 17. Letting at 8s 6d weekly, landlord paying rates and taxes. No. 13 is vacant at present. All those Three Dwelling-houses situate and being Nos. 35, 37, and 39, TRAVIS-STREET, BARRY DOCK. Held for a term of 99 years (less three days from 1st May, 1889, at the annual ground rent of £ 9 9s on the Lot. No 35 is let at 10s. weekly, landlord paying rates and taxes. Nos. 37 and 39 are vacant at present. The properties will be offered in such Lots as may be determined at the time of sale. For Further Particulars apply to the Auctioneer, at the Cardiff-chambers, 29, St. Mary-Street, Cardiff or Mr Ben Thomas, Estate Agent, 3, Regent-street, Barry Dock or to Messrs. Rooke, Macdonald, and Longrigg, Solicitors, 37, Gay- street, Bath. TO CLOSE AN ESTATE. RE JOHN HATTEN, DECEASED. SALE OF DESIRABLE PROPERTIES IN LOMBARD-STREET AND CROSS-STREET, BARRY DOCK. MR J. T. SAUNDERS has received instructions from the Executors to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at Culley's Hotel, Barry Dock, on THURSDAY, May 18th, 1905, at 7.30 o'clock in the Evening the following DESIRABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES:— Lot 1. All that Leasehold Dwelling-house situate and being No. 10 LOMBARD-STREET, BARRY DOCK. Held for a term of 99 years (less three days) from 1st May 1889, at the annual ground rent of E2 8s. Let at 7s per week, owner paying rates and taxes. Lot 2. All that Leasehold Dwelling-house situate and being No. 42, CROSS-STREET, BARRY DOCK. Held for a term of 99 years (less three days), from 1st May 1889 at the annual ground rent of £3 10s. Let at 10s. per week, owner paying rates and taxes. The Auctioneer begs to call Special Attention to these Two Properties, as they are situated in good letting district, and always command good tenants. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, at the Cardiff Chambers, ?9, St. Mary-street, Car- diff or to D.'J. Davies, Esq., Solicitor, 67, Queen- street, Cardiff. CARDIFF, PENARTH, AND BARRY DOCK. SALE OF DESIRABLE LEASEHOLDS. MESSRS J. J. DAVID and CO. have received instructions to SELL BY AUCTION at the Royal Hotel, Cardiff, on TUESDAY, May 16th, 1905, at 7.30 p.m. (subject to conditions of sale to be then produced), the following LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES:- BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEES. LOTS 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, and 8.-HOUSE PROPERTY at Cardiff. LOT 4.-Nos. 67, 69, and 71, MAESYCWM- STREET, Barry Dock. Lease, 99 years from 1st January, 1890; ground rent, L7 13s per annum on the three let at 8s per week each. LOT 5.-Nos. 14 and 15, LORD STREET, PENARTH. Lease, 99 years from 1st May, 1883; ground rent, L4 10s per annum on the two; rental, 9s and 7s 6d per week respectively. For further particulars apply as to Lots 1 to 5, to C. P. Clarke, Esq., Solicitor, 6, Hammet-street, Taunton as to Lot 6, to Turberville LI. Jenkins, Esq., Solicitor, 48, Dock-street, Newport; as to Lots 7 and 8, to Messrs Rees and Wain, Solicitors, 97, St. Mary-street, Cardiff; and as to all Lots, to the Auctioneer, 67, Queen-street, Cardiff. Dated, 67, Queen-street, Cardiff, May 1st, 1905. CHURCH-STREET SALE ROOMS, CARDIFF. MR. A. SETCHFIELD will SELL BY AUCTION, on MONDAY and THURSDAY next, May 15th and 18th ,alarge assortment of Superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Removed from various Residences for convenience of sale, comprising heavy divan suite, several leather and saddlebag ditto, 2 sideboards, dining table, overmantels, gilt glasses, nice selection of carpets, rugs, tea and dinner ware, hall-stands, clocks, and pictures, mahogany bureau, pedestal desk and one other, several bedroom suites, heavy brastf and iron bedsteads, overlays, toilet ware, and other effects. Also quantity of Furniture seized for rent. No Reserve. Sale at Two o'clock sharp each day. NEW SPRING & SUMMER FASHIONS AT D. LLOYD & COMPANY'S VERY LATEST STYLES. VERY BEST VALUE. MAGNIFICENT STOCKS. EVERYTHING UP-TO-DATE, Gentlemen's, Youths', and Juveniles' NEW SEASON'S SUITS IN GREAT PROFUSION AT POPULAR PRICES. D. LLOYD AND COMPANY, MERCHANL TAILORS AND GENERAL OUTFITTERS, 89 & 93,MAIN-STREET, G 72, HOLTON ROAD, CADOXTON. BARRY DOCKS. AT LOW RESERVES. CADOXTON-BARRY. SALE OF LEASEHOLD PROPEREY. MR. E. F. BLA.CKMORE has been instructed to SELL by AUCTION at the Windsor Hotel, Barry Dock, on THURSDAY, 18th May, 1905, at Seven o'clock in the evening, and subject to conditions to be there and then produced, the following LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, DAVIES STREET, CADOXTON. Lot 1. Nos. 1, 2, and 3, Davies-street. Lot 2. Nos. 4, 5, and 6, Davies-street. Lot 3. Nos. 13. 14, and 15, Davies-street. All held under leases for 99 years from 25th March, 1899, at an annual ground rent of £ 2 per house. Each house contains front room, kitchen, scuilery, and three bedrooms, and Nos. 2, 5, and 13 are let to good tenants at 4s per week. GILBERT STREET, CADOXTON. Lot 4. Nos. 9, and 11, Gilbert-street. Lot 5. Nos. 13 and 15, Gilbert-street. All held under leases for 99 years from 25th March, 1889, at dEl 16s per house. Each house contains sitting-room, kitchen, scullery, and four bedrooms, and Nos. 13 and 15 are let to good ten- ants at 4s 6d per week. PALMERSTOWN ROAD, CADOXTON. Lot 6. Nos. 13,15, 17, 19, 21, and 23, Palmers- town-road. Each of these houses is held for a term of 99 years from 1st May, 1889, at an annual ground rent of A2 5s per house, contains front room, kitchen, scullery, and three bedrooms, and all are let. at the almost nominal weekly rentals of 3s 6d per week. If not sold in Lots as arranged, any of the above houses may be sold singly or in Lots to suit purchasers. For further particulars, apply as to- Lots 1 to 5, Messrs REED & Co. Solicitors, Bridgwater; Lot 6, Messrs BARHAM & SON, Solicitors, Bridgwater or as to the whole, the Auctioneer, Pembroke Chambers, 45, Holton-road. Barry. Tibbetts, THE GROCER.
MISSIONS TO SEAMEN.
MISSIONS TO SEAMEN. f ERECTION OF AN INSTITUTE AT BARRY. FOUNDATION-STONE MAY BE LAID BY THE PRINCE OF WALES. The erection of an Institute and Chapel on a site at the junction of Dock View road and Castleland-street, Barry Docks, at a cost of about £ 5,000, under the auspices of the Missions to Seamen, of which H.M. the King is president, has been commenced, and it is understood that an effort is being made to obtain the consent of the Prince of Wales to lay the foundation-stone of the new building on the occasion of his visit to Cardiff next month. The King, as well as his late Royal mother, and members of the Royal Family, take a deep interest in the work of the Missions to Sea- men, and the Prince of Wales being a patron of the Society, it is not at all unlikely that the I gracious consent of his Royal Highness may be obtained to perform the interesting function at Barry.
GRAND BAZAAR AT BARRY DOCK…
GRAND BAZAAR AT BARRY DOCK WE3LEYAN CHAPEL. We wish to call the attention of our readers to the grand Bazaar which is to be held on Wednesday and Thursday next, May 17th and 18th, in the Wesleyan Chapel, Holton-road, Barry Docks, the proceeds of which are to be devoted towards the fund for building a new chapel on the adjoining site. The opening ceremony will be performed on the first day by Mrs Hibbert, of Dinas Powis, and on the second day by Mrs Oliver Jenkins, of Cadoxton, assisted by a number of "Crown Children," each of whom will hand over 5s to the bazaar fund. The various stalls will be replete with attractive articles, both useful and ornamental and there will be amusements galore, sufficient to interest visitors for hours. The ever popular washing competition will be held, valuable prizes being offered. Several new features will be intro- duced at the bazaar, which will include, among other things, a bazaar post office. Other interest- ing novelties we will not mention we leave those. to the curiosity of the bazaar patrons to investigate for themselves. Refreshments will be provided, and every effort made to ensure the comfort and entertainment of those who attend.
Mr. BONNER MORGAN'S New Sight-Testing Rooms ARE NOW OPEN 'I And are claimed to be the Most Complete and Perfectly-Equipped in the United Kingdom. Cases requiring medical attention are not undertaken but referred to an Ophthalmic outgeon. CHARGES ARE MODERATE AND INCLUSIVE OF TESTING IOI, Queen Street, Buildin js) CARDIFFl À
- IBARRY" PROGRESSIVES" PROPOSE…
I BARRY" PROGRESSIVES" PRO- POSE ANOTHER COMPROMISE. A correspondent, writing to the Barry Dock News, states :—Ix it possible that another attempt is being made to arrange a compromise between the Barry Education Authority and the managers of St. Helen's Roman Catholic School? I am informed on good authority that last Saturday evening Councillor O. McCann was approached by Councillor W. J. Williams with the view of considering the question of terms of settlement. An appointment was made, and both gentlemen had an interview on Sunday, with the result, I am told, that it was arranged to hold a conference between the Rev Ben Evan's and Mr W. J Williams on the part of the Progressives," and the Rev J. Byrne and Mr O. McCann on behalf of the managers. Has this conference taken place ? If so, with what result ? I cannot personally vouch for the correct- ness of these particulars, but I have every con- fidence in the source of my information.
IMMIGRANT PROSPECTS IN CANADA.
IMMIGRANT PROSPECTS IN CANADA. To the Editor of the BARRY DOCK NEWS." DEAR SIR, — With your kind permission, I would like to answer a letter to me from a certain individual at home. It appears that my former letter to your estimable paper has roueed his ire. By the style of his letter he appears to me to be one of the many who, through a certain office, send men out here with an altogether erronious idea. He does not like the way I explained a few facts to my friends concerning Canada. I will try to make these facts somewhat plainer. In the first place, that said gentleman is at present in Wales. while I am actually in the country he thought I gave a very poor description of. Then, again, he is paid for sending men out here, and I am not. So will let the readers of the Barry Dock News judge for themselves which is correct; I wish him to make his statements through the Barry Dock News, with the permission of the Editor, of course. The following are facts, of which I can get ample proofs from various persons from whom I have gathered it. He told me that there are not many out of employment here. Perhaps it would be a revelation to a few to know that there are at present in Winnipeg alone no fewer than 800 bricklayers out of employment, and with no chance of obtaining it for some little while. As for car- penters, they are too numerous to mention. He tried to explain why the city is so full of the un- employed in the winter, and ends with the same old story-try the farms He knows very well, only it is against his own interests to say it, that all the farms are practically full. There are not enough farms here to keep the men of Manitoba employed. And yet they are sending more all the time. Well, why don't you get a farm of your own?" How many men has he sent here with money enough to start a farm on their immediate arrival ? The majority that come here are those who have come out with the inten- tion of working, as they had not enough to start for themselves right away. And this is how they start to make their fortunes. They come out with anything varying between £5 and d620. They find as soon as they reach here scores of men walking the streets without anything to do. If they are lucky they may strike a farm, and owing to his being fresh get probably five dollars a month, out of which he has to pay for his washing, and that is no mean thing here and what he makes in the summer has to keep him for a winter of at least five months, as there is absolutely nothing to do in the winter. I hope my correspondent does not dream for a moment that those who have lately started for themselves can afford to employ labour. There are quite a few here that have their crops, mortgaged long before harvest time. And by the way he drew my attention to the vast numbers of men that are employed during the harvesting time, may I ask him how long does the harvesting last ? And does he think that the men can wait from one season to another ? What are they to do between whiles ? For myself, I think that if the officials at home would preach less about the 1; Illimitable resources of Canada," and give the people a true account, and not put so many flowers in the circulars, it would be much more satisfactory to those who do immigrate. As I said before, the Government will populate this country even if they have to do it by exaggeration. Hoping this will meet your approval, Mr Editor, — I remain, yours truly, HENRY RUCKLEY, Late of Gilbert Gardens, Cadoxton-Barry, 68, Harriett-street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, April 24th, 1905.
REVIEW OF PUBLICATIONS.
REVIEW OF PUBLICATIONS. THE LADY'S WORLD." The Lady's World" for May (HoraceMarshall; and Son, 125, Fleet-street, London, E.C.) contains the continuation of a charming serial story entitled The Rich Miss Elsworth," by Esther Miller, and short stories by Fred M. White and L. T. Mead. Society and Drama are both up-to-date with the latest photographs. House beautiful gives a charming description of how to make and decorate a work room, by R, G. Bartlett, followed by tabie decoration for May by Lydia Chatterton, showihg the arrangement of spring flowers in the newest vases. Fancy work contains instructions for making a crochet belt, Oxford lace, cake d'oyley and cross-stitch design for bedspread. The fashions show the newest modes for outdoor and indoor gowns, coats and hats for girls and their elder sisters. Practical dresmaking tells about the new skirts and how to make them, and a gratis pattern is given of a charming afternoon blouse, with instructions how to make it up. Dr Davidson writes upon the temperature of the body, while Lucie Heaton Armstrong points out minor matters about manners, which it would be well for all to read. Correct speaking and writing is very instructive. Cookery contains the usual monthly menu. The other features are busy hour, quiet honr, and underwear. Order early from your newsagent, or from the "Lady's World" Offices 6, Essex-street, Strand, London, W.C. price 3d,, by post 5 £ d.