A TEN-GUINEA BEDROOM SUITE For X6 19s 6d Cash I RARE OPPORTUNITY. Bevan & Company ARE NOW OFFERING THE REMAINDER OF A .Manufacturer's Stock. BEDROOM SUITES! USUAL PRICE TEN GUINEAS PER SUITE, For X6 19s 6d Cash! Every Suite is made of well seasoned Satin Walnut, and is highly finished. Each Suite comprises a handsome Wardrobe with bevelled silvered plate glass door, a dressing chest of drawers with bevelled silvered plate glass and small jewel drawers, a marble-top wash stand with double row of tiles to back, and towel rails at end, and two good cane-seated chairs the usual price of which is ten guineas. About FIFTY SUITES remain and are NOW offered For X6 19s 6d Cash I There never has been, nor is there likely to ever again occur, such a splendid chance to obtain a very handsome and solid satin walnut BEDROOM SUITE under ten guineas each. These are offered to clear (a most astonishing bargain) For X6 19s 6d Cash! ASTONISHING qg VALUE IN BEDSTEADS. BEDDING. CARPETS. SIDEBOARDS. CABINETS. OVERMANTLES. DINING-ROOM SUITES. DRAWING-ROOM SUITES. BEDROOM SUITES. PIANOFORTES. ORGANS, WARDROBES. FLOOR-CLOTHS. LINOLEUMS. CARPETS. FIRE-BRASSES. HARDWARE. FENDERS. In fact Everything required for Furnishing throughout will be found amongst the vast Stocks of this well-known Firm, whilst the uninterrupted trading of considerably more than half-a-century, is a sufficient guarantee that quality and prices cannot be surpassed. /All Goods delivered FREE within 100 Miles of the Various Establishments throughout Monmouthshire and South Wales. Large Illustrated Catalogues—Post Free. Bevan & G om pany, LIMITED, KNOWN THROUGHOUT WALES AS :fir "The Cardiff Furnishers/' The Largest complete Home Furnishers, Music and Carpet Warehousemen in this part of the Kingdom. 21, Duke Street, And that immense Warehouse t and Showrooms, 140 feet deep, 97, St. Mary Street, CARDIFF. DON'T DELAY. _I IF YOU FEEL "OUT OF SORTS" TAKE GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS WITHOUT DOUBT THE BEST REMEDY OF THE AGE THE BEST REMEDY OF THE AGE THE BEST REMEDY OF THE AGE FOR INDIGESTION, WEAKNESS, NERVOUSNESS, LOW SPIRITS, SLEEPLESSNESS, NEURALGIA, CHEST AFFECTIONS. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS THE VEGETABLE TONIC. STRENGTHENS THE SYSTEM, STIMULATES THE CIRCULATION, GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS THE VEGETABLE TONIC. ASSISTS AND PROMOTES DIGESTION, IMPROVES THE APPETITE. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS THE VEGETABLE TONIC. BRACES THE NERVES, FORTIFIES THE MUSCLES. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS THE VEGETABLE TONIC Is sold everywhere in bottles 2s 9d and 4a 6d each.. MOST —" IMPORTANT. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. See the name GWILYM Ev ANa" on Label, Stamp, and Bottle. SOLE PROPRIETORS:— QUININE BITTERS MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED, LLANELLY. SOUTH WALES. JJROADWOOD piANOFORTES (As supplied to the Mansion House for the Cardiff Corporation); also BLUTHNER, ERARD, SCHIEDMAYER, NEUMEYER, WALDEMAR, BRINSMEAD, COLLARD, &c. ORGANS By MASON and HAMLIN, BELL, DOMINION, &c THE FAMOUS PIANOLA PIANO PLAYERS And AEOLIAN SELF-PLAYING ORGANS. Utmost Discount Allowed for Cash. EASY TERMS ARRANGED. R. J. HEATH & SONS, SOLE AGENTS, rjQ QUEEN-STREET, QARDIFF; 70, TAFF-STREET, PONTYPRIDD; STAN- WELL-ROAD, PENARTH; and 23, STATION- ROAD, PORT TALBOT. somaDVAL a sTaaL utu n wmme Hi BwwS ntSKMITAIDOHLT |,VFF IEUMLS IMEDY. and rattera H ■. 'gv •1 dtotTMsmc symptons. ia 1mm, 1*. S». M. aad U. Sd. (m. boxos «mt*!n thret tin— ocatitjr «f u. lid. skca). Of aB Chemists, or post fret fc*P.O. is. jd., « led. or 4s. j&. from Sole Proprietors. T- c» m- M'f«- Ctwhu. NOTTINGHAM. W. JEREMIAH, THE OLDEST Family and General Butcher In the District, has a Fine Show of CHOICEST MEAT! COMPRISING PRIME BEEF, CHOICE MUTTON, DAIRY PORK, &c. AN INSPECTION CORDIALLY INVITED Please Note the Address: 124, HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCKS GOULD & WHEELER, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS BARRY AND CARDIFF. "BUTE DOCKS I "BARRY FOUNDRY, FOUNDRY,' Between COLLINGDON ROAD, NOS. 4 AND 5 TIPS, CARDIFF. BARRY DOCK. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR ALL KINDS OF IRON AND BRASS CASTING. BEST PRICES GIVEN FOR OLD IRON AND BRASS. A LARGE QUANTITY OF MARINE CAST- INGS ALWAYS KEPT IN STOCK. Telegraphic Address:—"Castings," Barry; National TelephoneCardiff, No 385 Barry. Docks,No. 12,
IN DANGER. < Wake up, mother (country) bird, and defend your property. I
DINAS POW1S PARISH COUNCIL. THE ADOPTION OF STANDING ORDERS. The monthly meeting of St. Andrew's Major Parish Council was held at Dinas Powis on Monday evening last, Mr J. Howells, the newly-elected chairman, presiding. Messrs D. R. Morgan, L. Ryder, H. Wright, F. W. Davies, H. Barrett, and the deputy-clerk (Mr W. D. Williams) were also present. The Chairman suitably returned thanks for the honour conferred upon him at the previous meet- ing by electing him as chairman of the Council. The Deputy-clerk read a communication from the owner, stating that the Merch Bridge and the bridge leading to Eastbrook had been cleaned and put in repair. It was also reported that the stones lately heaped on Dinas Powis Common had been removed and that plate hydrants had been placed at East- brook at the suggestion of the Parish Council. The Committee appointed to deal with the question of standing orders now recommended to the Council that the standing orders issued by Messrs Harold Best and Company be adopted.- The report was accepted, but the signing of the standing orders was deferred till the next meeting. The Fire Appliances Committee reported that the Parish Council possessed a one-hose reel, stand pipe, and about eight lengths of new hose. Several other requisitions were needed, however, which would roughly cost £ 18.—The matter was eventually referred back to the Committee for further consideration. Sundry other matters of routine were dealt with, and the meeting concluded.
BASEBALL MATCH AT BARRY. A baseball match was played at the Witchill Field, Cadoxton, on Saturday afternoon last, between Barry Dock Conservative Club and Cardiff and Channel Mills. Barry won easily by an innings and 13 runs. Scores :— CARDIFF (1st innings.) BARRY. H. Hunt, not out 5 A. Dunn 1 G. Woodman 4 J. Evans 10 H. Dunston 4 T. Torrington 1 J. Wheeler 1 T. Dowdeswell 3 J. Page 0 R. Williams. 6 R. Hill 0 A. Torrington 2 F. Gale 0 C.Williams. 15 A. Morris 0 P. Ryan 1 H. Nathan 0 J. Martin, not out 14 B. Lemark 1 A. Griffiths 0 W. Smith 0 J. Morrisy 0 Extras 10 Extras 9 Total. 25 62 Cardiff had a second innings, but only secured 24 runs, making a total of 49 against 62.
LIST OF NEW INVENTIONS. Specially compiled for the Barry Dock News by Mr George Barker, F.C.I.P.A., Patent Agent and Consul ting Engineer,77,Colmore-row,Birmingham from whom all further information may be obtained regarding the patenting of inventions, and the registration of designs and trade marks in England and abroad. APPLICATIONS OF GENERAL INTEREST. An improved method of coupling and un- coupling railway trucks or waggons.-F, Johnson, Wellington. Improvements in and relating to oil and spirit lamps.—M, Harris, and H. Harris, Gwauncae- Gurwen. A furnace burr for any bakers' steam oven.—E T. Higgins, Chepstow. Damping pad.-L. M. Jones, Bath. Envelope.—L. M. Jones, Bath. Improvements in and connected with means for fixing handles to stocks such as broom handles to broom heads and the like.-D. Marshall, Cheltenham. Improvements in steam generators.-P. Pickney, Swansea. An improved window wedge.-C. H. Quick, Swansea. Combined pillar supports and bed tables.—A pillar support consists of a stout piece of canvas which is attached by three short straps to the top rail of a bedstead and by two long straps to the footrail. A bed table also of canvas slides up and down the two long straps. — T. H. Roberts, Portishead.
ODtiginal icstrg. KING TOMMY. He reigns in the backyard, on fences and wall, Away up on the house-top resounds his dread call— When challenging Tabby or Peter to fight, Or calling Maria, his fierce heart's delight. The scourge of the gouty and sleepless is he, He makes midnight lively when out on a spree His compeers respect him, for he is a knight- As ready to frolic as he is to fight. Against lunar caustic his stomach is proof From poisoned tit-bits he holds not aloof And mostly his food from the neighbours he'll steal, He does not object to fish, mutton, or veal. Full many a chicken the villain has slain, To kill him the neighbours are trying in vain Whenever they stone him, he lets off his spite, By spoiling their seed-beds and flowers at night. He readily tackles our neighbour's big cur By scratching his snout and by clawing his fur His pet appellation is odious wretch," The juveniles hunt him for hours at a stretch. Still, Tummy does prosper, he lives and he thrives, For true is the saying, A cat has nine lives." Barry Docks. GEORGE DANE.
ASTOUNDING ZAM-BUK CURE. BAD LEGS FOR 13 YEARS. A WOMAN'S GRATEFUL PRAISE. Mrs Dorothy Ann Tudge, of 24, Rougier-street, York, has Zam-Buk alone to thank for the fact that she is now free from a source of agony which she endured for more than thirteen years. Mrs Tudge, who is a widow, over sixty years of age, living with her son, suffered from chronic bad legs. To a local reporter she said "Since my husband's death, thirty years ago, I have earned a livelihood by office-cleaning. The constant kneeling brought on pains and swellings in my legs. Then one morning, over thirteen years ago, I tripped over a loose piece of carpet in my bedroom, and burst a vein. A doctor treated me successfully for that, but soon a small sore appeared on the other leg, and, probably through neglect or the dye from my stocking, it was aggravated and developed into a running wound. The pain and inflammation were often almost unbearable, and I had to give up my work. Both limbs became tender, discoloured, and were sometimes swollen. I had varicose veins, and periodically the skin would become scurfy, break out in a rash, and scale or peel off. The wound got larger and larger, was constantly discharging, and finally it left a great hole in the flesh. For all these years I was practically helpless, and enduring indescribable distress from the irritation and inflammation. My limbs had to be dressed frequently. I had all kinds of lotions from the Dispensary, but they did me no material good. I was ordered so many different treatments that I lost faith in the doctors. I gave them up four years ago. A clergyman who was also very skilled in medicine once undertook my case, but he, too, failed. My son now got me all sorts of salves and ointments. The coarser of these made me worse-all failed to do any good. My legs remained in a dreadful state, and I became positively helpless. At last my son heard of Zam- Buk, and bought a box. Upon being applied, the balm soon began to allay the pain and subdue the inflammation. I cannot tell you how grateful I was for its cooling and soothing influence. In a little while the inflammation had quite gone, the wound began to heal, and both limbs were making rapid strides towards complete recovery. I per- severed with Zam-Buk, which produced a new, healthy skin. This is five months ago, and, as I have had no trouble since, I think I may fairly say Zam-Buk has effected a permanent cure. My legs are perfectly sound, and there is not a mark or scar on either to indicate the awful state I was in before using Zam-Buk." Zam-Buk stands alone as the best application for bad legs, diseased ankles, running wounds, inflammation, swellings and weakness in limbs or joints, peeling or scaling skin, scurvy, sore backs, poisoned or festering sores, piles, eczema, psoriasis, scalp irritation, erysipelas, barber's rash, abscesses, boils, pimples, ringworm, running sores, sore breasts, chafed skin, stiffness, cuts, bruises, burns, scalds, lacerated wounds, sprains, and all injuries to, or diseases of, the skin. All chemists sell Zam-Buk in 1/11 and 2/9 boxes (2/9 size con- tains nearly four times the Ill!), or it may be 2 obtained post free from the Zam-Buk Co., Red Cross-street, London, E.C.
SHIP'S OFFICER'S SUDDEN DEATH AT BARRY. On Tuesday morning last Mr George William Harwood, aged 42, chief officer of s.s. Persiania, lying at No. 2 Dock, Barry, was found lying dead in his cabin. He leaves a wife and family, who reside in London. An inquest was held on the body on Wednesday afternoon at the Police-court, Barry Docks, before Mr E. Llewellyn Reece, deputy coroner. The evidence of the third officer, John Stevenson, showed that deceased complained of feeling unwell, with pain in the stomach, on Mon- day. He refused to allow a doctor to be sent for, as he was subject to the attacks, and would be better next morning. About 6.30 witness went in to deceased's cabin to see how he was, and found him lying dead on the settee, The body was removed to the mortuary by P.C. Charles Rogers, having been previously seen by Dr Powell, who found that deceased had vomited a large quantity of blood in the cabin. He attributed the hemorrh- age from the stomach to various natural causes. The jury returned a verdict accordingly.
BARRY BAND OF HOPE UNION. The quarterly council meeting and conference of workers in connection with the Barry Band of Hope Union, was held at the Bible Christian Church on Saturday last. A goodly number of representatives from the societies were present, and matters of importance discussed. It was decided to ask all the societies to join in a field day during the summer. Tea was provided by several of the ladies, and when the conference re- assembled, Mr J. Cruise, on behalf of the workers, presented to Mrs Hockley a tea set as a token of their appreciation of services faithfully rendered through many years. Mr Hockley was also made the recipient of a valuable umbrella, from the re- presentatives as a mark of the esteem in which he is held by them. The conference was afterwards addressed by Mr W. Johnson, of Cardiff, with special reference to the need of sound temperance teaching. Votes of thanks were passed at the closs.
REVIEW OF PUBLICATIONS. ADDRESSES ON CHURCH QUESTIONS." During last winter a series of lectures on Church questions-in defence of the principles and pro- perty of the Cnurch—were delivered in connection with the Cadoxton-Barry Church League. A synopsis of these addresses has been compiled by the secretary of the League, the Rev Lemuel J. James, M.A., author of Mother Church and Her Antagonists," "A Defence of Conformity," &c., and published in handbook form. The work opens with an introduction by the President of the League, the Rev J. S. Longdon, M.A., rector of Cadoxton, together with a preface by the Editor, who expresses a hope that this little work may be of service to the Church in Wales by enabling Churchmen to give some account of the faith that is in them on several questions that is now before the public mind, and by clearing away some mis- conceptions which our dissenting brethren have of her, who, after all is said and done, is their Old Mother." The work extends over 64 pages, and in addition to the introduction and editorial preface, an interesting and comprehensive summary is given of twelve addresses, as follows — How is it Parishes are Endowed i by Mr R. A. Sprent; The fight for Religious Liberty in Wales," Rev Lemuel J. James, M. A.; Apostolical Succession," Mr J. A. Lovat-Fraser, L1. M., M.A., barrister-at- law; "The Lord's Day," Mr J. R. Llewellyn, licensed reader, and editor of the Barry Dock News; The Representation of the Laity in the Counsels of the Church," Mr George David, member of the House of Laymen for the Province of Canterbury The Church of England a part of the one Holy Catholic Church of Christ." Mr A. C. Kirk "What, the Church has done for Education in Wales," the Rev J. S. Longdon, M.A. "The Eucharistic Sacrifice," the Rev Canon Beck, M.A., precentor of Llandaff Cathedral, vicar of Roath, and rural dean of Cardiff; Rhwymedigaethau Cenedl y Cymry i'r Eglwys," Rev Lemuel James, M.A. The Education Question," Mr W. S. de Winton. M.A., member of the House of Laymen for the Province of Canterbury; "The Prayer-book a Link with the Past," Mr H. J. Thatoher and Y Diwygiad yn yr Unfed Ganrif ar Bymtheg," Rev W. Thomas, vicar of Porth and Cymmer. The booklets have been well printed in bold clear type, on good paper, in suitable cover, at the Barry Dock News Offices, Barry Docks. Copies, 6d each, post 7d, may be obtained of Mr Louen G. Jones, Henley House, Wilfrid-street, Barry Docks. The first edition, we understand, consists of 1,000 copies, of which already 700 copies have been sold, so that it is obvious that those who desire to secure copies should make early application for the same.
BARRY DISTRICT COUNCIL PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE. A meeting of the Parliamentary Committee of the Barry Urban District Council was held on Friday last, Mr J. A. Manaton, J.P., (chairman of the Council) presiding pro tem. The re-election of Dr C. F. G. Sixsmith as chairman for the ensuing year was proposed, but Mr J. C. Meggitt moved as an amendment that Mr Manaton be appointed, but there was no seconder, and Dr Sixsmith was re-appointed. The remainder of the business was of a routine character.
NERVOUSNESS. 59, Libra-road, Roman-road, Bow, London, E. Mr Editor,—Sir—Please allow me to say a. word in praise of Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters. I have been suffering from Nervousness and Debility, and have tried many remedies before, but I have never known a specific so remarkable in its effects as the Quinine Bitters. It seems to build up the exhausted Nervous System by a slow cumulative process, which imparts force and vitality to all the organs of life. I consider it of inestimable value to all nervous sufferers.-Yours, &c., M. J. VAUGHAN. See that the name Gwilym Evans is on stamp, label, and bottle. There are numerous imitations.
BARRY MEN'S MEETINGS. The first of the monthly open meetings in con- nection with the above was held in the Barry Wesleyan Chapel on Sunday last, and the success which attended it augurs well for the future. A good congregation assembled. The Barry Temperance Choir, under the leadership of Mr W. H. Shinn, gave excellent renderings, and solos were charmingly given by Miss L. Pugh and Miss Rachel Evans. Mr A. E. Beynon delivered an address on The Relation of Christians to Recrea- tion." On Sunday next the Rev Jenkyn Jones will be the speaker, and musical selections will be given by Mr E. Griffiths and Mr E. Walters.
ADVICE.-Be not deceived by the tempttnfl, bait offered by some of a reduction of 2d per lb. in the price of tea. It is accompanied by a reduction of perhaps more than 2d per lb. in the quality. Value is the true test of cheapness. HORNIMAN'S PURE TEA is of best value, great strength, and delicious fragrance. Try a t-Ib. of Horniman's and y 4 you will use no other. Note Full weight without the package. Sold by:—Cash Supply Stores, 86, High street(Special Wholesale and RetailAgents); Hopkins, 88, High-street; Allen, High-street; Hibbert, 1, Castie-street. Barry Cash Supply Stores, 234 and 236, Holton-road (Special Whole- sale and Retail Agents) Morris, Holton-road; Williams, Thompson street; Lewis, Graving Dock-street Gardiner, 10, Dock View-road; T. C. Symonds, 140, Holton-road. Cadoxton Abernethy, High-street; Griffiihs and Davies, Grocers. Penarth Hobbs, chemist' Ts:S"a Well 5 Thomas, grocer; &c.
THE KING AND THE HOSPITALS. HOW A CURVATURE OF THE SPINE AND ABSCESSES IN BACK WERE TREATED. a Friend of the King's Hospital Fund) The interest of his Majesty King Edward VII. in the Fund for the Hospitals is explained by His Majesty's sense of the noble service rendered to his humbler subjects. Once within the wards of a Hospital, all are equal. There, without fee, the poorest sufferer receives the services of the very greatest surgeons and physicians in the world. The King, when he was operated upon for Appendicitis in Coronation Year, had no greater skill and no different treatment than what is bestowed on any patient in our Hospitals. This fact lends absorbing interest to the history of a poor Scottish boy who was recently treated in the Glasgow Children's Hospital. He had had scarlet fever, and, as often happens, this terrible fever left after-effects. His spine began to be deformed it had curvature, and there were abscesses, for which he was operated upon by the very ablest surgeons-the same men who would have been called in if one of the Royal Family had suddenly needed operation while in Scotland. But despite all their care, little John Fraser (for that is his name, and his parents live at 1, Maxwell-place, Southside, Glasgow) did not get better. He was painfully weak and thin, and the JWmFraser in. Ske Children's Hospital. doctors frankly said that little could be done to dry up the fearful abscesses or reduce the lump on his spine. He could hardly eat, and only walked with great difficulty. If you only knew what he suffered from the pain in his back," said his father, and how the abscesses seemed to be sapping the life out of him, you would not wonder I am thankful to see him so well to-day. It is all due to Dr Williams' pink pills for pale people. He began to take them last June. From the time he got through the contents of the first box, I observed a distinct change for the better. Very soon his back began to heal. I first heard- of this wonderful medicine through reading an account of one who had suffered like my son, and had been spsedily cured of spinal disease by these pills. There's my daughter, Jeanie, too," added the mother, Mrs Fraser. After having her tonsils removed she lost a quantity of blood, and became so weak and thin that I grew alarmed. But I gave her Dr Williams'pink pills, and she soon began to make new blood. Before long she was as healthy and bright a lassie as you would see anywhere." Where the best medical skill the world can give has been used in vain, Dr Williams' pink pills for pale people have, in the above and many other cases, cured, The reason is that they make new blood. Thus they are the greatest of all tonics, the readiest and safeet medicine in the commoner, as well as. the severest, ailments. Mothers know why they and their daughters need new blood more than men but men can be anasmic, too. The weak back, easy fatigue, lack of interest in life, indigestion and general nervous weakness which trouble both men and women, need new blood to cure them, and these pills make new blood. For many, Dr Williams' pink pills have proved the turning point in development, changing weakly constitutions, threatened with decline and death, to sOUind, overflowing health, because they make new blood.
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 know, to utter, and to argue freely, according to conscience."—John Milton.
ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF SUBSCRIPTIONS. To the Editor of the, "BABBY DOCK NEWS." DEAR SIB,—Please insert in the Barry Dock News the following names of persons who contri- buted to defray the cost of the leaflets entitled The Barry Education Authority v. the Town's Best Interests.And oblige, yours faithfully, A. E. LUEN. 83, High-street, Barry, May 15th, 1905. Messrs J. Marshall 2s 6d, F. C. Griffin 2s 6d, W. V. Pilton 2s 6d, A. M. Luen 2s 6d, A. E, Luen 2s 6d, Sympathy 2s 6d, Owen McCann 2s, Evan Williams 2s, C. B. Griffiths (Royal Hotel) Is 6d, T. Evans Is, Ben Thomas Is, W.H.G. Is, B. Bailey Is, A Friend Is, T. W. Medhurst Is, E. Taylor Is, J. Webb Is, J.H.M Is, J. J. Williams IS Is, S. Andrews Is, J. H. Abbott Is, total jBl 1 12s 6d. Paid Barry Dock Alews for printing, £1 12a 6d.
THE REVIVALISTS AND BARRY. To the Editor of the" BARBY DOCK NEWS." SIR,—It is a matter of general regret, from a truly Christian point of view, that the revivalists announced to hold special services on Sunday and Monday last thought fit to cancel their engage- ment at the last moment. No sensible person will be deceived by the oft-repeated expressed preten- sion that they come and go under the special guidance of the Holy Spirit, Why don't they go to some places where they might do some good; and not invariably to places where they are assured that the popular feeling has already been roused ? It is full time that this farce should come to an end. The Holy Spirit is not guilty of the great offence of breaking His promises, but it has become a common practice among ministers of our denomination. During this year four ministers have disappointed us, not even assigning a reason, nor offering an excuse for their sinful conduct.-Yours, &c., METHODISTS.
VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE. Nos. 9,10, & 11 COMPANIES, 2ND GLAMOR- GAN ROYAL GARRISON VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY. COMPANY ORDERs.-Drille for the week com- mencing Monday, 21st May, 1905:— Monday, Wednesday, and Friday—Group Drill and Signalling.. On Saturday next, 20th instant, the Signallers will leave Cadoxton at 3.20 p.m. for Lavernock. Dress: Uniform, Serge Jackets. On Saturday, the 27th instant, there will be practice at Lavernock from Practice Battery 6 inch M. III. All Companies to attend for further particulnrs see next week's Orders. N.C. Officers on duty for ensuing week—Sergeant Brooks and Corporal Soderland. Hour of Drill-8 to 9. p.m. I (Signed), J. JUST HANDCOCK, Major command- ing Barry Companies, 2nd GJamorgan Royal Garrison Volunteer Artillery.
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