CADOXTON- BARRY, I CRICKET CLUB WHIST DPJ;VE AND DANCE.—Thia evening (Thursday), in aid of Cadoxton-Barry Cricket Club, a whist drive and dance will be held at the Witchill Hotel Assembly Rooms, Cadoxton- Barry (entrance in Herbert street). Tickets I (including refreshments), 2s. QUARTERLY MEETING.—The quarterly meeting of the Sunday school of Calfaria Welsh Baptist Chapel, Cadoxton, was held on Sunday week last, the Rev Morris Isaac, pastor, in the chair. An enjoyable evening was spent, old and young taking part in the numerous solos, duetts, and recitations.
BARRY DOCKS. TABERNACLE CHOIR,—On Whit-Tuesday a party from. Tabernacle Chapel, Barry Docks, conducted by Mr Roger Havard, will compete in the chief choral competition at Machen Eisteddfod. DINAM HALL, MERTHYR STREET, FORWARD MOVEMENT.—Preacher next Sunday, Pastor Rev John Harries. Prayer Meeting1, 10.30 a.m. Sunday School, 2.30 p.m. Services, 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. CAPTAIN AND MRS INGRAM, 5, Vespasian- street, South Shields, wishes to sincerely thank the doctors and nurses for their kindness to their son, Harry, whilst in the Accident Hospital at Barry Docks. SOCIAL AND DANCE.—Under the auspices of the Women's Co-operative Guild, a social and dance will be held on Wednesday next, at St. Mary's Hall, Holton-road, Barry Docks. Dancing from 7 p.m. till midnight. Tickets, Is each. APPOINTMENT FOR A FORMER RESIDENT.—We are pleased to learn that Mr Walter Hosgood, of Port Talbot, formerly of Barry, has just obtained an important appointment, that of locomotive superintendent at Rhodesia, and sailed for South Africa a few days ago. LABOURERS' UNION MEETING. — A special meeting of the Nos. 1 and 2 Branches of the National Amalgamated Labourers' Union of Great Britain and Ireland will be held at the Bassett Arms Hotel, Barry Docks, on Saturday evening next, at seven p.m., for the transaction of important business. NARROW ESCAPE.-On Saturday last a foreigner named Bernard Finnimore, a boatswain, fell from a plank while endeavouring to board a vessel in the dock. When rescued he was in a semi- conscious condition, and was removed to the Town Accident Hospital, where he was attended and detained. SPIRITUALISM.—Mr E. S. G. Mayo, of Cardiff, will be the speaker next Sunday, May 14th, at the Alexandra Hall (ground floor), corner of Newland- street and Woodland-road, Barry Docks. Services -Morning at 11, subject, Spiritualism and the Law of Progress." Evening at 6.30, Modern Miracles." All are cordially invited. RUNAWAY HORSE.—On Wednesday last a horse belonging to Messrs Thomas Bro3., hay and corn merchants, Thompson-street, bolted in Regent- street, Barry Docks, and the cart, striking a tree on the side of the street, tore the guard and tree cut of the ground. The driver, Thomas Elliott, a youth, of 3, Beatrice-road, Cadoxton, was thrown out of the cart, sustaining injuries to his head. Elliott, who was suffering from shock, was attended by Dr W. Lloyd Edwards, and conveyed to his home. BUTTRILLS-ROAD METHODIST FREE CHURCH. -On Sunday last trust sermons were preached at the Methodist Free Church, Buttrills-road, Barry Docks, in the morning by the Rev R. Ashby Howe, pastor, and in the evening by the Rev T. B. Saul, Cardiff. A musical service was held in the afternoon, at which Mr F. W. Poole presided, and an effective address was delivered by the Rev Ben Evans. Solos were rendered by Miss Florrie Winter and Miss Francis Rimron, with a pleasing selection also by Mr Griff Griffiths' Quartette Party. IMPORTANT SALE OF PROPERTY.-On Thursday evening next, the 18th inst., Mr J. T. Saunders, auctioneer, Cardiff, will attend at Culley's Hotel, Barry Docks, at 7.30, and offer for sale three business premises in Thompson-street, Barry Docks, five dwelling-houses in Absrystwyth- crescent, Barry, three dwelling-houses in Travis. street, one dwelling-house in Lombard-street, one dwelling-house in Cross-street, and the business premises known as the Glamorgan Restaurant, Barry Docks. The sale will be an important one, as the property are in good letting districts. The lots will be put up with a genuine intention of selling, and the public may expect probable bar- gains. For further particulars see our advertising cclumns,
BARRY. MUSICAL.—We are pleased to learn that Mr J. M. Lloyd, of Barry, has passed his intermediate Mus. Bac. examination. BARRY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.—Preacher next Sunday, Rev Christmas J. Lewis, B.A. (pastor), at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Christian Endeavour, 9.30 a.m. Sunday School, 2.30 p.m. BARRY ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.— Services next Sunday at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Sunday School at 2.30 p.m. Preacher, Rev Charles J. Clarke (pastor). Evening Musical Service. Maunder's Oratoria, From Olivet to Calvary." Organist, Mr E. Rendell, L.R.A.M. W. G. EASTABROOK, 5, Broad-street, Barry, Practical Piano, Organ, &c., Tuner and Repairer flate 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. ENTERTAINMENT AT ST. PAUL'S IRON ROOM.— A grand entertainment will be given at St. Paul's Iron Room, Barry, on Thursday evening next, the 18th instant, commencing at eight o'clock, by Mr Charles G. Easten's popular Cardiff Comic Company, including Professor Charles Oswald (conjuror), Professor F. Haines (ventriloquist), Mr I. Hopkins (elocutionist), Mr I. E. Davies (bass), and other well-known artistes. Tickets-Reserved seats, 2s; front seats, Is 6d second seats, Is admission, 6d. The proceeds will be in aid of the choir funds, &c,, of St. Paul's Church. WESLEYAN CHURCH ANNIVERSARY,—Anniver- sary services were held at Barry Wesleyan Church en Sunday last, and proved a great success. In the morning the Rev R. Bond, Penarth, preached, and in the evening the Rev W. W. Treleaven, Penarth, the sermons being eloquent, inspiring, and im- pressive, and the congregations large. Miss Lottie Wakelin, L.R.C.M., Cardiff, and Mr Harry Miller, Llandaff, rendered solos at the evening service. There was also a good congregation in the after- noon, when an enjoyable musical service was held. The artistes were Miss C. Stark, Cardiff (soprano) Miss Lottie Wakelin, L.R.C.M., Cardiff (contralto); baas, Mr Harry Miller, Llandaff Cathedral and Mr D. Hopkins, Barry (tenor) and, Mr S. F. Deyes, Cardiff (the organist). Mr W. L. Hughes presided. The service was of a bright and inter- esting character and the choir and artistes sang exceedingly well, the following being the pro- gramme :-Chorus, I will call upon the Lord" (Mozart's 12th Mass), Choir solo, Mr D. Hopkins organ solo, Mr S. F. Deyes solo, The Promise of Life (Cowen), Miss C. Stark; chorus, 0 Glad- some Light (Sullivan), Choir solo, The Good Shepherd (Barro), Miss L. Wakelin chorus, In the sweet by and bye (Protberoe), Male Voices solo, Life's Recompense" (Del. Riego), Miss C. Stark; chorus, "Gloria" (Mozart's 12th Mass), Choir solo and quartette, Art thou weary ? (Reid). Misses C. Stark and L. Wakelin, Messrs D. Hopkins and R. Phillips; and chorus, The Heavens are telling" (Haydn's Creation"), Choir. The collections were in aid of the trust funds.
DINAS POWIS. NEW ORGAN AT THE WESLEYAN CHAPEL.—A handsome organ, which has been erected at the new Wesleyan Chapel at Dinas Powis, was formally opened last week by Mrs Victor Harrison, Mr Harrison being a liberal contributor towards the cost of the instrument. A recital was given by Mr 3. E. Deacon, of Cardiff, when a. 1. the capabilities of the instrument were shown to ø, large congregation. Miss Lottie Wakelin, L.R.C.M., Cardiff, was the soloist. The organ has been erected at a cost of £ 400, and at the evening ceremony a suitable presentation was ¡ made to Mr Frank Hocken in recognition of his services as organist and choirmaster.
BARRY ISLAND. I BARRY ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH. — To-night f (Thursday), at 7.30, Bible reading, and Sunday next at 11 a.m. and 3.30 p.m. Services to be con- ducted by Mr W. T. Medhurst. Adult Bible class at 2.30 p.m. A cordial invite is held out to all to attend. L
PEN MARK. CORRECTION.—In our last issue we stated that William Thomas, sub-postmaster, Penmark, had been fined 29 Sd for allowing his donkey to stray on the highway. This was an error it should have been William Thomas, acting postman at Llancarfan.
LECKWITH. EASTER VESTRY.-The Easter Vestry for the parishes of Cogan, Llandough, and Leckwith was held on Friday evening last at Leckwith, the Rev F. E. Williams, M.A., rector, presiding. The accounts, showing a substantial balance, having been adopted, Mr W. R. Shirley was elected rector's warden, and Mr F. Davies people's warden.—It was decided to increase the grant from Leckwith to the curates' fund by A2, making £12; Llandough contributing £20.
CARDIFF. FREEDOM OF THE COUNTY BOROUGH.—The Cardiff Corporation have accepted the tender of Mr H. B. Crouch, the well-known jeweller, &c., of St. Mary's-atreet and Queen-street, Cardiff, for the supply of the silver casket in which the scroll of the freedom of the County Borough will be pre- sented to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales on the occasion of his visit to Cardiff next month. The casket will be of an exceedingly handsome description. MESSRS BEVAN AND COMPANY, LIMITED.— The fifteenth annual report and financial statement of Messrs Bevan and Company, Limited, the Cardiff Furnishers, has just been issued, showing a net profit for the year of £ 3,526 after providing for adequate reserve, the total amount available for dividend being j63,563 12s 5d. An interim dividend of 7 per cent. on preference shares had been paid, and 5 per cent. on the ordinary shares, and final dividends at the same respective rates had been declared, carrying forward the balance to next year's account.
MRS. GRUNDY'S JOTTINGS. The traffic receipts on the Barry Railway, including the Vale of Glamorgan Railway, last week amounted to £12,415, a decrease compared with the corresponding week of last year of I £ 1,387. Aggregate decrease, £ 21,384. The romance of the seas. I am informed by Observer that channel cruises have a tendency to reduce the rate of bachelorship and old- maidship in the Barry district. it It is understood that, in order to devote himself more fully to his ministerial duties, the Rev T. Pandy John will not seek re-election as member of the Barry District Council next year. j The Rev J. S. Longdon, M.A., rector of Cadoxton-Barry, and Mrs Longdon have proceeded on a three weeks' holiday to the Continent. An extra passenger train from Barry to Cardiff is being run every night, leaving Barry at 10.34. Channel cruises are becoming all the rage. Last Saturday evening the Barry passenger steamer Gwalia, which, with her sister-ship the Devonia, are the pride of the Bristol Channel, went for a cruise, having on board 1,400 passengers, the largest number she is allowed to carry. Hundreds were unable to get on board. A young man and young woman went out in a pleasure boat at Penarth last Sunday evening for a cruise in the Channel, and one of the rowlocks falling overboard, they were unable to return, and drifted down Channel, where they were picked up the same night by a Bideford smack in Barry Roads, and transferred to the tugboat Briton, of Cardiff, being landed at Barry early Monday morning. Major-General Lee, J.P., Dinas Powis, has generously promised a donation of J6500 towards the building fund of £20,000 of St. Michael's Theological College, Llandaff. Lord Windsor has also promised £ 1,000, and Colonel the Hon. G, W. H. Windsor Clive £200. The district rate for the parish of St. Andrew's Major (Dinas Powis) for next half-year will be 2s 10d in the P., as against 3s Id in the £ for last half year. It is understood that negotiations are proceeding between representatives of the Progressive and Sectarian parties on the Barry District Council with the view of bringing about a mutual arrangement which will obviate the necessity for holding a public inquiry by the Beard of Education in relation- to the administration of St. Helen's Roman Catholic School by the Education Authority. An extraordinary scene was witnessed last Saturday evening as the train, containing the hundreds of passengers bound for the popular boat trip to Weston entered Barry Station. Heads, shoulders, arms, legs, and in some cases half the bodies, were observed protruding from the carriage windows in the general eagerness to get out to the boat, and presented altogether a curious and amusing sight. # Hello, here comes the cattle train from Cadoxton and Barry Dock I shouted one precocious youth. This was quickly taken up by the waiting throng of passengers, and created no end of amuse- ment. Needless to say there was no room for any more" boarders," and the train proceeded on its journey to the pier, Overheard in Holton-road. Elector (to a friend) There was a time when the Barry District Council could say, We look the whole world in the face, and fear not any man." The other Aye man, but they seem to blush now, when they look at the ratepayers." The members of the John Mandeville" Branch of the United Irish League have passed a resolution congratulating Councillor Dr P. J. O'Donnell on his election by the District Council as one of the managers of St. Helen's Roman Catholic School. The Barry Railway Bill having been passed by the House of Lords, it is now being considered by the House of Commons Committee as an unopposed measure. The hearing of the Barry divorce case will pro- bably be opened to-day (Thursday).
BIRTH. EDWARDS, — On the 11th instant, at 89, King Edward's-roaa, Swansea, the wife of Dr D. R. Edwards of a daughter.
vou ■ ■ ■ jgp MUST, GET AT ■ BLOOD! k ° It is tie Life. j 'f\ | Itis the Strength s' 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 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. HUGHES'S BLOOD PILLS Have an immediate and specific action upon the Blood, and in the whole System. .rffgv wlt.hout This i|k||ra|ra it Trade none is Mark is Genuine. on Every Box TRY THEM, Sold by all Chemists and Stores at 1Pi, 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 JSOF" 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 1f1!, or send value to maker, JACOB HUGHES, M,P,S.L.D.S., Manufacturing Chemist, Penarth. BARTIFICIA L LIMBS || LIGHT AND STRONG. 1 Crutches, Trusses, S Eyes, Bandages, Belts. &c. In 7% V* Leg Stock. -Cfv* Sltons.kc Illustrated Elastic Stockings. '4. ir Maker and Repairer of all Surgical Appliances. N yr Lady Attendant for Belts, &c. a Charles St., Cardiff AND AT BRISTOL.
BARRY RAINFALL FOR APRIL. As Registered ab Biglis Pumping Station. Height of gauge, 20ft. above O.D. Date. Depth. Date. Depth 1 — 17 — 2 0-18 18 002 3 0 04 19 0.02 4 — 20 — 5 — 21 — 6 0 04 22 — 7 23 8 0-02 24 009 9 031 25 0-19 1 10 0-46 26 0-04 11 0.09 27 0 05 12 001 28 0-08 13 0-09 29 0-10 14 003 30 0 19 15 — 16 014 —— Total 2-19 1904 1-24 Seventeen years' rainfall in April, as registered at Biglis Pumping Station, Barry Urban District Council Waterworks :— Year. Number of Days on Rainfall. which rain fell. Inches. 1889 18 239 1890 15 2-15 1891 8 1-40 1892 7 1-66 1893 3 0.13 1894 12 1-47 1895 11 1-74 1896 10 0-58 1897 19 3-16 1898 9 1-05 1899 22 3-54 1900 11 1-44 1901 14 3-56 1902 11 1-83 1903 11' 2-55 1904 11 1-24 1905 20 2-19 Total 212 32-08 Average 17 years 12 1-88 EDW. W. WAITE, Water works Engineer.
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laxant. WANTED REPRESENTATIVE for strong GERMAN MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY, on liberal terms. Nucleus of business desirable.- Address M. V. H. R. c/o J. W. VlCKERS, 5, Nicholas-lane, London, E.G. ANTED COOK GENERAL; also good GENERAL. — Apply Windsor Hotel, Barry Docks. MILLTNERY. — WANTED at once Several APPRENTICES for the Millinery. — MATTHEWS, 83 and 85, Holton road, Barry Docks. W ANTED, a smart YOUTH, used to Horses. —Apply T. PHILIPPS, Barry Dock Steam Bakery, Holton-road, Barry Docks. WANTED, GENERAL SERVANT. Good references.—Apply 2, Porthkerry-road, Barry. gmscs, etc., catll Xtt TO LET, twelve-roomed HOUSE, in Dock View-road, Barry Docks, adjoining the new Board of Trade Offices.-Apply 51, Holton-road, Barry Docks. SHOP TO LET, best part of Barry, first-class condition,* moderate rent to good tenant.— Barry Estate Office, Romilly Chambers, Barry. A,.Vartmtnt.o tu Jtt. TO LET, in Barry Dock, with or without board, Large Bedroom and Sitting Room, for One or Two Gentlemen. Home comforts. — Apply "R. Barry Dock News, Barry Docks. COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS for One or Two Gentlemen, Tynewydd road.—"P. Barry Dock News, Barry Docks. TWO FRONT ROOMS (Bedroom and Sitting Room) TO LET, at WOODSPRING VILLA, Broad-street, Barry. Central position, overlook- ing Channel. ROOMS, Furnished or Unfurnished, with or without attendance, over MRS MEDLIN'S FURNITURE AND CHINA SHOP, 24, Holton-road, Barry Docks. Also BARGAINS in New and Second-hand FURNITURE, CHINA, &c., to clear for alterations. Come and see a few more Bargains left. Jar gale. FOR SALE, Newton House, 100, Kingsland- crescent, Barry Dock, with Stables and Coach-house.—Apply G. F. WILLETT, c/o J. A. Hughes, Solicitor, Albert Chambers, Cardiff. EGGS FOR SITTING. Large Pure White Leghorns, 2s 6d per dozen. Inspection invited.—17, Aberystwyth-crescenfc, Barry. BROODY HENS FOR SALE,—Hewell House, Barry Island. FOR SALE, BATH CHAIR, new last summer.— ANDREWS, 32, Park-crescent, Barry. OR SALE, Cheap, DOUBLE-BOWED BOAT, suitable for Fishing or Selling Refreshments on the Beach.—Apply 36,Evans-street, Barry Docks IJost A r b o utib. LOST, on the 9th inst., between BARRY GRAV- ING DOCK and OSBORNE HOTEL, via Dock View-road, LADY'S SILVER WATCH, in outer nickel case.-Finder rewarded on returning to AMBROSE, 11, Palmerstown-road, Cadoxton-Barry. FiOUND, on May 1st, PURSE containing sum of money. Loser, giving description and stat- ing sum lost, may have same by applying at 7, Phyllis-street, Barry Island. r#tistdlantnus" DRAWING in aid of a Widow to be POST- PONED for three weeks. Will appear in Barry Dock News on June 1st, 1905. "fTIHE FIGHT FOR RELIGIOUS LIBERTY JL IN WALES." Price Id; 3s for 50 5s per 100.-All orders to be sent to Rev LEMUEL J. JAMES, Church House, 23, Kingsland-crescent, Barry Dock, Glam. BELLEVUE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, Cadoxton. Vacancies for Pupils. Six Examination Successes at Christmas. Governess Student re- quired.—Apply Miss SMALL. MR E. J. RENDELL, L.R.A.M., Organist of Windsor-road Congregational Church, Barry, has Vacancies for a few Pupils. Subjects Organ, Pianoforte, Harmonium, Harmony, and Counter- point.-For terms apply 11, Canon-street, Barry or 92, Inverness-place, Cardiff. ESULT OF PRIZE DRAWING for benefit RESULT OF PRIZE DRAWING for benefit of the Widow of the late Mr LANGFORD :— 1st, 122 2nd,484; 3rd, 325 4th, 135 5th, 299 6th, 22 7th, 308; 8th, 1; 9th, 479 and 10th, 186, 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. JH. VENN, Court-road, Cadoxton, SADDLER and CYCLE MAKER. Nat. Telephone, 11X1. GARDEN SEEDS, Flower Seeds, Farm Seeds, Seed Oats, Barley, Vetches, Clover Seeds and Ryegrass, Special Mixtures for permanent pastures, Seed Potatoes, Northern Star, Sir John Llewelyn, Empress Queen, Evergood, British Queen, Arti- ficial Manures, Superphosphate, Bone Manure, Guano, Nitrate of Soda. Garden Tools of every description. Seed Drills, Chain and Drag Harrows, Cultivators, Rollers, Ploughs, Lawn Mowers, Garden Rollers, Garden Barrows, Churns, Cheese Presses, Cheese Vats, Steam, Gas, and Oil Engines. Bee appliances of all kinds. State requirements. Catalogues free.—JOHN HIBBERT AND SONS, 10 and 11, Castle-street, Cardiff. IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS.-Every Mother I who values the Health and Cleanliness of her Child should use HARRISON'S "RELIABLE" NURSERY POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strengthens the Hair. In Tins, 41d and 9d. Postage Id.—Geo. W. Harrison, Chemist, 118, Broad-street, Reading. Agent for Barry Docks-J. REYNOLDS, Chemist, 65, Holton-road. FOR YOUR POULTRY FOOD go to W. H. BURROUGH, Newport House, Thompson- street. Chick Food in 3d packets; also loose 21bs. for 21d. Agent for Caperns and Hyde's Bird Seed. ARDEN AND AGRICULTURAL SEEDS, Seed Potatoes, Artificial Manures, etc. Send for price list to J. E. LEVERS AND SON, Corn, Seed, and Manure Merchants, Court road, Cadoxton-Barry. TAKE HERBAL PILLS and be Happy.—Head and Stomach, Aperient, Diuretic, Tonic, Digestive, Liver, and Female Pills penny boxes every shopkeeper should sell them they require no license or stamp duty. — Wholesale from Trimnell, the Herbalist, Cardiff. JEst. 1879. THOUSANDS say Trimnell's Headache and Neuralgia Powders cure like magic; they are the best penny packets every shopkeeper should sell them.-Wholesale from Trimnell, The Her- balist, Cardiff. Est. 1879. SPECIALITIES, Indiarubber Appliances, Ene- S mas, &c. best and cheapest.—Trimnell, The Herbalist, 12, Southey-street, Cardiff. ■ VERY FEW PEOPLE GIVE SUFFICIENT HEED TO THEIR EYESIGHT! Your Eyes are nature's most precious gift, for half the beauty of the world is lost to a man with bad sight! Little eye troubles are so easy to remedy, but neglected they soon become difficult to deal with. Don't you think it would be better to give them a little attention now when they are not so bad ? Call and have the eyes carefully tested according to the best methods known to modern science, the defects corrected, and you will be able to see both comfortably and well. SPECIAL FEATURES! 1. We have a PRIVATE ROOM devoted entirely to Eyesight-Testing and Spectacle-Fitting 2. Eyesight can be tested at night equally as well as in the daytime. 13. If Glasses are not required, or medical attention is advisable, we will tell you so. Prompt and careful attention is always given to Oculists' Prescriptions. Charges strictly moderate. W. E. REES, Cash Chemist and Ophthalmic Optician, 238, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCK. ST. PAUL'S IRON ROOM, BARRY. A GRAND ENTERTAINMENT WILL BE GIVEN IN THE ABOVE ROOM ON THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1905, Commencing at 8 o'clock prompt. The following Ladies and Gentlemen from Cardiff have very kindly promised their services, and will positively appear:- Professor CHARLES OSWALD, Conjuror. Professor F. HAINES, Ventriloquisb, with his Talking Dolls, Mr SAM TAYLOR, Mr ALBY PATTERSON, and Mr HARRY BEDFORD, Comics. Miss LI WESTON, Contralto. Mr D. J. DAVIES, Bass. Mr J. HOPKINS, Elocutionist. And other well-known Artistes. 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 NoFree Presents, but guaranteed BestValuein the Kingdom. SEEDS SEEDS 11 SEEDsTl When Purchasing your GARDEN SEED and SEED POTATOES Purchase the Best of THOMAS BROTHERS, CORN AND SEED STORES, THOMPSON STREET, BARRY DOCK. SEEDS.-All New and of Great Variety. POTATOES.—15 different Sorts, all Grown on Lincolnshire Soil and Seed Size. l Please order early as the demand is brisk. All orders by post or left at the Shop will be delivered free. lllllll alii-—TnTBIiiinB^^ 111 j) |||||BB'|||iiiini|"||i]|inM|||j^yjj|jj|j^ HAVE YOU SEEN what WELDON'S LADIES' JOURNAL" says about URICURA. "HAMMOND'S 'URICURA' REMEDIES are asserted to be potent in all cases of rheumatism, gout, sciatica, lumbago, and the minor ailments of colds, sprains, bruises, &c. These specifics consist of I Uricura' Liniment (price 1/14), which is to be applied to the affected parts, and 'Uricura'Drops 1/11 a bottle), which are taken on sugar every night I and morning. For many years the 'Uricura' Remedies—prepared by The Hammond Remedies Company, Barry, Glamorgan-have given much relief to sufferers from rheumatism and gout; and as they are obtainable from all Chemists and Stores, the cure is within the reach of every one who would be benefitted by giving them a trial." LONG Life is what we all hope for; and to LIVE Long and happily you must enjoy good health. THE Only way to insure this is to always get the KING Of Remedies for whatever complaint you may be suffering from. REES' RELIABLE REMEDIES ARE THE BEST. A Special Cure for each Complaint. (BY EXAMINATION), BEES. The Cash Chemist, 238, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCK. PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Executed I with Neatness and Despatch at the Barry Dock News Office, Holton-road, Barry Docks. Printed and Published for the Barry Dock Newspaper and Printing Company, Limited, by JOHN ROWLAK 3 LLEWELLYN, at ITO] tgn road, Barry Docks Friday, May 12th, 1905.