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CADOXTON - BARRY.
CADOXTON BARRY. THE CHILDREN'S HOMES.—The Cardiff Union Board of Guardians on Saturday last accepted the follcwing tenders for supplies to the Children's Homes at Cadoxton and Barry :—Groceries, Mr F. B. Wilkins, Holton-road bread, Mr J. Isaac, Barry-road meat, Mr J. Marshall, Holton-road (for Barry) and Mr J. Meredith, Holton-road (for Cadoxt on). BARRY DOCKS. DANCING.Regent Hall, Select Classes, Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.-M. C.. Mr W. Richards. THE SALVATION ARMY.—On Sunday next, at 11 a.m., special holiness meeting 3 p.m., men's bible class; 6.45 p.m., speaker, Captain Chalker. FRED G. BENNETT, Organist, Bible Christian Church, has Vacancies for Pupils in Piano, Organ, and Violin Playing, Theory and Harmony.-For terms apply 100, Holton-road, Barry Docks. TOBACCONISTS commencing business can have Mixed Parcels of Tobacco and Cigarettes at maker's wholesale prices. Send post card for Price List to F. R. HURFORD, 259 and 122, Holton- road, Barry Docks. BARRY I.L.P. SOCIAL —In connection with the Barry branch of the Independent Labour Party, a sociable evening will be held at the Regent Hall, Barry Docks, on Wednesday next, commencing at 7.30 p.m. Tickets, 6d each. MR W. H. SHINN, Professor of Music, prepares pupils for L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M., and A.L.C.M. diplomas also for the local examinations of the Associated Board Cert. R.A.M., etc. Over 50 successes during the past eighteen months. Address 26, Court-road. FOOTBALL SMOKER. — The Barry Wednesday Football Club will hold a smoking concert at the Alexandra Buildings, Woodland-road, Barry Docks, on Tuesday evening next, the chair to be taken at 8.30. Tickets, 6d each, the proceeds being in aid of the funds of the club. Mr J. Marshall will preside. SPIRITUALISM. — Alexandra Hall, Woodland- road, Barry Docks. On Sunday next, March 11th, Miss Ruth Sage, of Nelson (Lanes.) will deliver trance addresses. Services Morning at 11, evening at 6.30. Also special meeting on Monday evening, at 7.45. Clairvoyance at all meetings. All are cordially invited. THE REV HUGH JONES, D.D., AT CARMEL CHAPEL.—Special preaching services were held at Carmel Welsh Wesleyan Chapel, Pyke-street, Barry Docks, on Sunday last, when the pulpit was occu- pied in the morning, afternoon, and evening by the Rev Hugh Jones, D.D., Bangor, who preached eloquent and powerful discourses to large congre- gations. A collection was made at each service in aid of the building fund. SALVATION ARMY LECTURE, Adjutant Tomlinson (Cardiff), of the Salvation Army, will deliver an interesting lecture at the Bible Christian Chapel, Court road, Barry Docks, on Monday evening next, on the subject of "Some Social Evils and their Cure." A cordial welcome is extended to all to attend. Captain O. Chalker will preside. A collection will be taken. BARRY INDEPENDENT LABOUR PARTY. On Sunday next, March 11th, at 6.30 p.m. at Regent Hall, Barry Docks, Mr T. J. Jones, of Ferndale, and Ruskin College, Oxford, will deliver a lecture, subject, Why Labour must be Independent of the Tory and Liberal Parties." Working men and women are cordially invited to attend. Questions and discussion invited.—On Wednesday, March 14th, at 7.30 p.m., the Party will hold a Social and Dance. Tickets, 6d each. INJURY TO A SEAMAN.—On Thursday last, John Wilson (24), A.B., was admitted into the Town Accident Hospital, Barry Docks, suffering from an injury to the leg. Whilst assisting to remove some pit props on board the s.s. Anglo Canadian, while the vessel was at sea, a heavy plank fell on him, and a large nail pierced his knee, inflicting an ugly wound. On arrival of the ship at Barry, the injured man was conveyed to the hospital, where he was attended by Dr W. Lloyd Edwards. D¿.J Iloain AND FoBBIGN MISSIONS.—Home and foreign mission services were held on Sunday last at the Bible Christian Chapel, Barry Docks, when special sermons were preached by the Rev J. H. Blackwell, the secretary of the conference. A bright and interesting musical service, presided at by Mr T. Hall, was held in the afternoon, when songs, choruses, &c., were rendered, the Choir being conducted by Mr J. Davies. Mr F. Bennett presided at the organ. The Revs J. H. Batt (Connexional Editor), J. H. Blackwell, and J. Sutcon (pastor) delivered addresses at the annnal missionary meeting on Monday evening, Councillor J. E. Levers occupy- ing the chair, Collections were made in aid of the flaissioni";1
BARRY. 'I WINDSOR ROAD ENGLISH CDNGSFIQAF JONAL CHURCH, BARRY.—Services next Sunday at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Sunday School at 2.30 p.m. Preacher, Mr Leyton Richards, Mansfield College, Oxford. BARRY PRESBYTERIAN CHUBCH.—Preacher next Sunday, at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Rev D. Howell, Pencoed. Young People's Prayer Meeting, 10 a.m.; and Sunday School, 2.30 p.m. W. G. EASTABROOK, 5, Broad-street, Barry, Practical Piano, Organ, &c., Tuner and Repairer (late Manager for Messrs Thompson and Shackell). Pianos and Organs supplied on easy terms of Eyment or at lowest possible prices for caBh. ano tuning, 2s 6d. MOTOR DRIVER KILLED.—An accident which terminated fatally befel Samuel Avery, 60, employed as motor-driver by Messers. Hancock, brewers. He was oiling his motor-wagon outside Whitchurch on Friday last, when it is believed he was run over by a furnitnre van. a Cf Sirry. —- CANTATA AT BETHEL BAPTIST CHAPEL.—" The Beatitudes," an attractive sacred cantata, was per- formed with much credit by the choir of Bethel English Baptist Chapel, Barry, on Wednesday evening last, a large and appreciative audience being present. The choir had been admirably trained by Mr F. G. Trenchard, Mr Ivor Edmunds, L.R.A.M., presiding at the organ. An organ recital (by Mr Ivor Edmunds)) and miscellaneous concert followed the cantata, choruses being sung by the choir, and songs rendered by Mr F. G. Trenchard and Mr R. T. Williams. 1> INTERESTING WEDDING.—At Penuel Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, Barry, on Tuesday last, the marriage of Mr Edward Davies Morgan, Penuwch, Llangeitho, to Miss Catherine Yorath Morgan, Brynhill, Rarry, was solemnised. The pastor, Rev Jenkyn Jones, officiated. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr Llewelyn Morgan Mr D. J. Edwards, Bridgend, was best man Miss M. Morgan, Brynhill, was bridemaid and Mr J. M. Lloyd presided at the organ. The pulpit had been tastefully decorated with flowers, and a large number of relatives and friends witnessed the ceremony. After luncheon the happy pair left for their honeymoon in bright sunshine, and with the congratulations and best wishes of their friends.
BARRY ISLAND. CLIVE-ROAD SCHOOL PRIZE DISTRIBUTION.— The annual prize distribution to regular and punctual scholars took place at Clive-road Council School on Wednesday last, when a large number of parents were present at both the afternoon and evening gatherings. The Rev Christmas J. Lewis presided at the infant school distribution in the afternoon. Councillors Watson and Sixsmith were present, and addressed the meeting in felicitous terms, Mrs Sixsmith presenting the successful pupils with their prizes. In the evening Mr Austin E. Beynon presided over a crowded meeting, and delivered an able address. Mrs Hellier presented the prizes to the girls, and Mrs Brough to the boys. Councillors Watson and Sixsmith were again in attendance, as was also Councillor J. A. Manaton (chairman of the District Council), and encourag- ing addresses were delivered by each. A sketch (Mr Vandoodah's Waxworks ") and a capital selection of instrumental music, songs, and dances were rendered by the children during the evening, the proceedings being marked by excellent order on the part of the scholars. A vote of thanks to the chairmen and the ladies and gentlemen who had officiated, proposed by Mr R. T. Evans, and seconded by Mr J. E. Thorpe, followed by the National Anthem, terminated a most successful and enjoyable gathering.
ADJOURNED LICENSING SESSIONS…
ADJOURNED LICENSING SESSIONS AT BARRY The adjourned licensing sessions for the Petty Sessional Division of Dinas Powis were held at the Police Court, Barry Docks, to-day (Thursday),when the justices were Major-General H. H. Lee (chair- man), Messrs J. B. Ferrier, J. JV. Pyman, Colonel F. W. G. Gore, J. C. Meggitt. Dr Howell Rees, W. Hallett, W. Thomas, Captain F. Murrell, and J. A. Manaton. LICENSE HOLDERS WARNED. The police objected to the renewal of the license of the Bassett Arms Hotel, Barry Docks, but the application was supported by Mr F. H. Gaskell, solicitor, Cardiff, on behalf of the licensee.— Deputy-chief-Constable J. F. Giddings stated that other than the occasion for which the house was convicted it was well conducted. Having warned the applicant the Bench granted the application. On the grounds of conviction the police opposed the renewal of the license of the Royal Hotel, Penarth, and the Red Lion Inn, Bonvilstone. Mr Harold M. Lloyd, solicitor, Cardiff, represented Mary Rose Bond, the licensee in the first case, and Mr F. P. Jones-Lloyd, solicitor, Barry Docks, represented Edwin Deere in the latter case.- Warnings were administered and the applications were renewed. CARPENTER'S ARMS, WHITEHALL. David Rees applied for a renewal of the license of the Carpenter's Arms Inn, Whitehall, Penmark. There was a magisterial objection that the house was not required.—Mr Harold M. Lloyd, solicitor, Cardiff, supported the application on behalf of the licensee, Mr F. P. Jones-Lloyd, solicitor, Barry, appearing for the owners of the premises, Messrs D. and T. Jenkins, Pontyclun. The objection was supported by Mr J. A. Hughes, solicitor, Barry.— The Rev H. H. Stewart, M.A., rector of Barry and Porthkerry, said he knew the district well, and did not think the license was required. P.C. Wingrove, formerly stationed at Rhoose, said the Sunday trade was more than that of the whole of the week. P.C. Osborne George said on the previous day he watched the Carpenter's Arms from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., during which time ten vehicles called, six of which were from the Barry district.— David Rees, the applicant, was called, and in support of the license said the house was of great value to picnic parties and others in the summer, and throughout the year a large number of trades- men's vehicles stopped ati, the Inn. On the previous Sunday over fifty dinners were supplied at the Carpenter's Arms.-John R. Chamings, brake proprietor, Barry, gave evidence as to the need of the license for picnic parties.—The appli- cation was further supported by Richard Powell, a Barry and Cardiff cyclist, and Thomas Jenkins, part owner of the premises, whilst at the consent of the Bench, Mr Jones Lloyd called P.C. Thompson, Rhoose, who said about mid-night recently two Penrhiwceiber cyclists broke down at Rhoose, and stayed at the Carpenter's Arms.- The license was granted, and the Bench thought that the licensee might consider whether he would be satisfied with a six days' license. THREE HORSE SHOES, DINAS POWIS. The renewal of the license of the Three Horse Shoes Inn, Dinas Powis, 'was also opposed on similar grounds. Mr J. A. Hughes, solicitor, also objected, whilst Mr F. H. Gaskell, solicitor, Cardiff, supported the application of Jesse Deere.—Mr W. E. Knapman, architect, was called, and stated that the premises were small, with little headroom, and was not well lighted.—P.C. Peacock, Dinas Powis. considered two licensed houses sufficient for the district.—Mr Gaskell intimated that the licensee was prepared to rebuild the premises if thought necessary.—The application was supported by Jane Deere, the licensee, Charles L. Ryder, engineer, George Baker, contractor, and Edmund Greatrex.— What are you ? asked Mr Hughes of the latter. -Witness I work for my living, Mr Hughes. (Laughter), -After a lengthy deliberation the Bench decided to refer the case to the County Compensation Committee. The Court then adjourned for luncheon.
HOLTON-ROAD BAPTIST BAZAAR…
HOLTON-ROAD BAPTIST BAZAAR BARRY DOCKS. The English Baptist Church, Holton-road, Barry Docks, had its origin in 1892, when a school- chapel was built to seat 300 persons, the accommo- dation having to be increased a year later for 500 worshippers, and again, at the end of 1897, the building had become altogether inadequate for the congregation, which had increased with a rapidity comparable with the remarkable com. mercial development of the town. The next step was the erection of the present commodious and imposing building-the largest place of worship in the town-at a cost of B3,800, upon which there still remains a debt of 22,800. To liquidate this debt, a Grand Bazaar will be held at the Schoolroom on Wednesday and Thhursday next, the 14th and 15th instant, an event which promises to be one of the most important in the annals of the church. The opening ceremony on Wednesday will be per- formed by Mrs K. Walter Morgan, Pontypridd and on Thursday by Mrs Graham, Barry Island. A .large number of stalls will be provided, and they will be laden with a huge and attractive assortment of goods of every description. Refresh- ment stalls will also be provided. Entertainment will be given by the Barry Dock Male Voice Party, V, the Church Chojr, M^dasa-AI^ene (Barry), Miss A m .iene ( Achijl (rGuarth), Mr W. D. Cornwell and Party (Penarth), &c. We hope the bazaar will be largely patronised on both days.
FOR WEAKNESS. 41, Potter's Hill, Aston, Birmingham. DEAR Snl,-A few weeks ago, I received one of your pamphlets, and found that one of the testimonials describes what j. suffered from, viz., Great Weakness and pains in my Back and Side. I have been under treatment in two hospitals, but can get no lasting benefit. I have tried Patent Medicines, but they seem to weaken me rather than give me strength. After reading your pamphlet, I resolved to try GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. I have now taken three bottles, and have derived great benefit, When I commenced taking them I could not stand upright with the pains in my back and sides, but now I am glad to say those pains are gone, and I can walk with ease. I feel stronger, and my appetite is improving. My wife, who suffered much from bad Liver, seeing the benefit I received from the Bittefs takes it as well, and finds it does her more good than any medicine she ever took.— Yours faithfully, W. LANE.
BARRY RATING APPEALS. .
BARRY RATING APPEALS. A special sitting of the Quarter Sessions for the County of Glamorgan, for the purpose of hearing rate appeals, was held at Cardiff on Tuesday week last. His Honour Judge Gwilym Williams presided, and he was accompanied by Mr Herbert Lloyd (Swansea) and Mr Robert W. Llewellyn (Bridgend). There were four cases from the Parish of Barry, three of which were defended by the Cardiff Union Assessment Committee, and one by the Overseers of Barry. In the appeals of the Barry Graving Dock and Engineering Company, I Limited, Messrs J. Rank, Limited, and the Cardiff Pure Ice and Cold Storage Company, Limited, the Committee had agreed to certain reductions. The Overseers of Barry had also agreed with the appellants, Messrs J. Rank, Limited, upon figures, all of which the Court were asked to enrol. The application, which was granted, was made in three cases by Mr J. A. Lovat-Fraser, B.A.L., instructed by Mr J. A. Hughes, solicitor, Barry, and in the Cardiff Pure Ice Company's case by. Mr J. Sankey, instructed by Mr George David, Cardiff. Mr W. C. Howe, the assistant overseer for Barry, produced the rate books, which were duly altered.
Barry Urban District Council…
Barry Urban District Council Election, 1906. TO THE RATEPAYERS OF THE DOCK WARD. L ADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Having resided in the Barry District for the past 19 years, and a large Ratepayer, having been invited by a large number of the Ratepayers of the Dock Ward to contest the seat, my services are at your disposal. I do not believe in canvassing from door to door, but if any of the Ratepayers wish to ask me any question, I will be only too pleased to answer them to the best of my ability. Whilst other Wards of the Town have enjoyed exceptional privileges, I maintain that the Dock Ward has been greatly neglected. The condition of our Roads and Back Lanes is scandalous, whilst our Council has been spending thousands of pounds opening up other people's land, and we have to pay for it. I believe in a greater Barry, and the future Prosperity of the Town, but let the people who own the land pay for making the streets, and not the Ratepayers. The prosperity of Barry depends upon its governing body. Its representatives, therefore, should be far-seeing and broad-minded men, with thoughts and aspirations untrammelled by sect, creed, or faction. Maintaining efficiency and checking extravagance will be my constant aim, at the same time assuring you that, if elected, my endeavour shall always be to look after the interests of the Dock Ward in particular, and the Town in general. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yoursi faithfully, WILLIAM FOWLER. 67, Kingsland Crescent, Barry Docks, March 7th, 1906.
Barry Urban District Council…
Barry Urban District Council Election, 1906. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE COURT WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Having been invited by the Progressive Electoral Committee, as well as by a large and influential number of ratepayers, to again offer my services as your representative on the District Council, I respectfully beg to appeal for your Vote and Interest. During the two years I have had the honour of representing you on that public body, I have at all times advocated and supported what appeared to me to be tht true interests of the Town in general and the Court Ward in particular. I have repeatedly urged upon the District Council the need of completing Gladstone-road, and am pleased to state that I have reason to believe that this long-looked-for improvement will be carried out without further delay. The wretched and disgraceful condition of Guy's- roid has also been a matter to which I have devoted considerable time and attention and now that the owner of the land and the Council repre- sentatives have been in conference, further oppor- tunity will be afforded me, if returned, of pressing the matter to a final issue. I favour the insertion of Trades Union Clauses in all Contracts entered into by the Council, and also the letting of the Contracts (all things being equal) to those Contractors who will engage local labour to carry out the work. In regard to the Education Question now before the Council, I maintain that- 1. There should be No SECTARIAN TESTS FOR TEACHERS as a condition of Employment. 2. COMPLETE PUBLIC CONTROL over all Public Money spent. If favoured with your confidence I will attend, as I have done in the past, diligently to the duties of my office. I have the honour to remain, Your Obedient Servant), JOHN WILLIAMS. 201, Barry-road, Barry.
March Winds and Toothache. The cold winds of March are responsible for a great deal of the Neuralgia, Tic, and Toothache there is about. If you experience trouble in this direction remember the only sure way to rid yourself of it is to take Rees' Neuralgia Mixture, which cures permanently by bracing up your Nervous System which is the source of the bother. It is compounded with care from certain Drugs and Herbs which have both a soothing and invigorating effect on the nerve centres. It costs One Shilling. Don't suffer agony any longer, try a bottle to-day. f W. E. REES, M.P.S., CHEMIST, 238, Holton-road, Barry Dock (CORNER OF MOREL STREET).
LOCAL EXHIBITORS AT CARDIFF…
LOCAL EXHIBITORS AT CARDIFF DOG SHOW. Amongst the local winners at Cardiff Dog Show this week was Mr W. England, Barry Docks, who received a reserve prize and was very highly com- mended, for two Yorkshire puppies. Mr A. E. Gardiner, Kingsland-crescent, also took a third prize with a silver fawn pug dog and Mr James Price, confectioner, Holton-road, was very highly commended with his fox terrier. A Great Dane belonging to Messrs Thomas Brothers, hay and corn merchants, gained a reserve prize in its class. A valuable Pomeranian gained a reserve prize and two v.h.c. certificates for Mrs Brough, Barry Island, and Mr George Motton, Cadoxton, was also very highly commended for his greyhound Spinning Maggie."
BARRY DISTRICT COUNCIL.
BARRY DISTRICT COUNCIL. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CASTLELAND WARD. JVADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Having been repeatedly urged by a large number of influential Ratepayers to offer myself as Candidate for a seat on the District Council at the forthcoming Election, I have decided to come forward as Candidate for the Castleland Ward, in which I have been a resident for sixteen years, and have considerable interests. The affairs of Barry have been so mixed up for some time past with unseemly bickerings and personalities that our true municipal interests have been overlooked and neglected. If chosen to represent you, I will devote my best energies, time, experience, and ability to the general uplift- ing and betterment of the Town. Being one of the oldest tradesmen in the District I have grown with the Town and am acquainted and closely identified with its particular require- ments. Doubtless I am well, and I venture to hope, favourably known to each individual elector. I trust, therefore, when the time for election arrives, I may be favoured with your confidence and support. I beg to remain, Ladies and Gentlemen, Ycurs obediently, JOHN MARSHALL. 76, Holton Road, Barry Docks, February 14th, 1905.
BARRY DISTRICT COUNCIL.
BARRY DISTRICT COUNCIL. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE DOCK WARD. ADIES AND GENTLEMEN, As one of the oldest Tradesmen in this part of the Town, I have been urged by a large number of influential Ratepayers to come forward as Candidate for a seat on the District Council at the forthcoming Election, and having decided to do so I may point out that I will appear before you as an Independent Candidate, determined, if elected, to represent the best interests of the Ratepayers, and of the Town generally. I will not be a party to any clique or faction, and if chosen to represent you I will oppose, as much as possible, the extravagant expenditure of public rates, consistent, of course, with the due and efficient administration of the municipal affairs of the Town. I hope to be able to make a personal call upon every Ratepayer, and in asking for your support and influence to secure my return, I promise to devote the time and attention necessary to the adequate discharge of the duties which will devolve upon me. I remain, Ladies and Gentlemen, Youro obedientlyj J. DYER. 31, Thompson-street, Barry Dock, February 20tb, 1906.
BARRY DISTRCT COUNCIL.
BARRY DISTRCT COUNCIL. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CADOXTON WARD. y■ L ADIES AND GENTLEMEN, In response to the pressing invitation of a numerous representation of Electors, including some of the largest ratepayers, I beg to inform you that I have decided to offer myself as Candidate for the vacant seat on the District Council for the Cadoxton Ward at the forthcoming Election. I have carried on business at Cadoxton for the past fifteen years, and being myself a large rate- payer, if elected, the ratal and municipal interests of the town shall have my closest attention, and by regular attendance at the meetings of the Council, 1 trust to be able to discharge the duties to your entire satisfaction. I hope to have the pleasure of calling upon the Electors, and stating my views, before the day of the poll. Meanwhile, I beg to solicit the favour of your vote and influence on my behalf. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours obediently, H. LAKIN. 53, Vere-street, Cadoxton, February 27th, 1906.
Barry Urban District Council…
Barry Urban District Council Election, April 2nd, 1906. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CADOXTON WARD. L ADIES AND GENTLEMEN, The period for which you did me the honour of Electing me will soon expire, and in I response to the many pressing requests of the Ratepayers, and the unanimous invitation of the Progressive Electoral Committee, I again offer myself for re-election. I I beg to take this opportunity of thanking you for the confidence reposed in me in the past, and trust my actions have been such as to merit the continuance of your confidence and support. Being a large Ratepayer, and having resided in he Ward 16 years, I have always endeavoured to promote the best interests of the District generally, and of your Ward in particular. My views on Municipal and Education ques- tions are well known to the Electors, and will "be placed in the hands of every Ratepayer in the Ward. I may claim that my attendance during my term of office to Public Duty, and my interest in the welfare and progress of the Town, will compare favourably with those of any other Representative, and, if re-elected, shall do my best to faithfully serve you in the future as in the past. Yours obediently, THOMAS WALTERS. 73, Main Street, Cadoxton-
SURGICAL APPLIANCES. Artificial LEGS, Arms, Hand with Knife or Fork Hook Arms, Peg Legs, CRUTCHES, Leg Irons Spine Supports, Eyes. Makers of ail Kinds of Abdominal BELTS for Ladies or Gentlemen, ELASTIC STOCKINGS, Knee Caps, etc. Enemas. Douches, Eye Douches, RUBBER BANDAGES, etc, TRUSSES for Children and Adults-soft padded, rubber covered, washable, or without steel band- Belted Corsets, etc. Lady Attendant. List Free. ALLEN PEARCE, 23, Charles Street (°i&en), Nat. Tel. 1282. CARDIFF, & BRISTOL. Small Prepaid Advertisements. Words. Once. Three Six times. times. 20 Words 0 9 13 20 30 Words 1 0 19 2 6 40 Words 1 6 2 9 3 6 Each extra 10 words 0 4 0 8 1 0 GENERAL ADVERTISEMENTS I to 4 insertions Is 6d per inch per insertion 4 to 6 Is 3d 6 to 13 Is 26 „ 9d „ „ 52 6d LEGAL AND FINANCIAL ADVERTISEMENTS Parliamentary Election Addresses 6sperinch per insertion Prospectuses of Public Companies, Addresses to District Council and Parish Council Electors, and Notices in connection with the same,&c. 4s perinch laxant WANTED Smart Trustworthy GIRL as W Useful Help for Welsh family in London. —EDWARDS, Chemist, 36, Pitfield-street, London, N. XPERIENCED COOK-GENERAL, two a^d half years' good character, requires Situation in Barry where Housemaid is kept, or alone in small family. Several GENERALS disengaged,- POWELL'S REGISTRY. 131, Holton-road, Barry. WANTED, a Young GIRL, about 15, to Nurse and Assist with Housework.—Apply MRS MORGAN, Highlight, Barry. WANTED, IMPROVERS to the DRESS- MAKING also an APPRENTICE, Premium required. Apply 13, Oxford-street Barry. WANTED a SMART BOY for Surgeries, and make himself generally useful.—Apply DR BRAY, Barry Docks. YOUNG MAN WANTED as COWMAN. Must be a good Milker; to live in.—Apply M. HOWELL. Colebrook Fawr, Cadoxton. WANTED, a Young GIRL to help in the Housework. Sleep out. — Apply C. HOPKINS, Fonmon House, 2, Harbour-road, Barry. ————————————i——| mouses, etr., %o ffet TO LET, BENDRICK ROAD, 4s 6d. Healthy situation. Also allotments.—Apply ARTHUR T. HAMMOND, House and Estate Agent, 101, Holton-road. TO LET, PASTURE FIELD, for graziug purposes, near the Station at Rhoose. About four acres. Apply WATKIN WILLIAMS, Pearl- street; Cardiff. TO LET, Furnished or Unfurnished, SITTING ROOM and BEDROOM. Suit Couple, or Young Gentleman or Lady.—For terms, &c., apply MRS HOPKINS, 36, Newland-street, Barry Docks. ALLOTMENTS TO LET, at the bac^ of Wenvoe-terrace. — For particulars apply BABRT ESTATE COMPANY, Romilly Chambers, Barry. (Jtjmrinuntg tu WO FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET, pleasantly situated three minutes from Station. Ladies or gentlemen.-23, Old Mill- road, Cadoxton-Barry. OMFORTABLE FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET, front sitting-room and bedroom. Suit two young ladies or gentlemen.—105, Princess- street, Barry. APARTMENTS, suit Gentleman or two friends, near Barry Station. Good cooking. Home comforts. Terms moderate. X. Barry Dock News, Barry Docks. trr gak. FOR SALE, INTEREST in £ 500 Policy, Britisn Homes Assurance Corporation, Ltd. Paid up £130. Earning bonus. Good opportunity for safe investment.—Apply "T. Barry Daek News, Barry. ROCERY BUSINESS FOR SALE or TO LET, 119, Barry-road, Cadoxton, old established, good central position.-Apply J. H. REED, Llanharran Bakery, Barry-road, Cadoxton- Barry. OR SALE, TWO BICYCLES, Lady's (Rover), Gent's (Royal Enfield Special). Both excel- lent condition. Bargains.—Apply 205, Gladstone- road, Barry Docks. FsORSALE, LADY'S BICYCLE, good condition, about £ 2. Also BABY'S COT and WOOL MATTRESS; 5s.-BOULEVARD, Barry Boch News, Barry. FOR SALE, 13, WELFORD-STHEET, BARRY. High position, well built, two reception, four bedrooms, bath-room, large kitchin, and con- servatory. Ground rent £ 3 8s. Immediate disposal. What offers? — Apply 3, Dogo-street, Cardiff. D.6t oun:b. 5S. REWARD. — LOST, Wednesday, February 28th, 1906, GOLD LOCKET, with Stone in centre, between Woodland-road and Charles-place, Barry.-168, Woodland-road, Barry Docks. LOST, on Saturday last, at Barry Dock, valuable Black RETRIEVER DOG. Answers the name of Carlo." Detainer.prosecuted-PRINCE, Mertbyr Dovan. JfligctUatteflttg. ALM SUNDAY.—WREATHS, CROSSES (any designs). Wedding and other Bouquets made to order. C. and A. MARSH, Floral Designers, 57, Thompson-street, Barry Docks. ANCING.-Regent Hall, Barry Docks. Grand 11) Social, Monday, March 12th, from 7 till 12. M.C. Mr W. RICHARDS. Admission 6d. WILL LADY who took wrong UMBRELLA from Cloak-Room, Romilly Hall, March 1st, communicate with M. Barry Dock News. RANK W. FOULKES, "Violinist, Teacher of Sevcik's Method. Pupils prepared for College of Violinists, R.A.M., L.Q.M., etc., Diplomas.—Terms apply 87, Station-street, Barry Docks. LADIES' CASHMERE DRESS LENGTHS in all colours, 2/11 carriage paid. Spring patterns ready. Post free.—BIRKETTS DRESS WAREHOUSE (MI8), Bradford. FOR 1/- we will send you carriage paid a charming BLOUSE LENGTH, stylish designs, patterns f ree. BIRK ETTs BLOUSE WAREHOUSE, Bradford. A A. EVERETT, 18, Morel-street, Barry • Docks (late Barrow-in-Furness), graduate London College of Violinists. LESSONS given in VIOLIN. Terms on application. MADAME WOOD, Ladies' and Children's Costumier. Charges moderate.—37, New- land-street, Barry Docks. —B——J——————„ MRS MEDLIN, 26, Holton-road, Barry Docks, will buy all kinds of CAST OFF CLOTH* ING. Furniture Bought or Exchanged. RF. BRENT, JOBBING CONTRACTORTIJ, Newland-stieet, Barry Docks. All kinds of Repairs executed efficiently, and with personal attention. Roofs, leakages, ranges, boilers, floors, drains, masonry, bricklaying, general house and building repairs. MBS. 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. MRS. JOHN (late GILES), Certificated NURSE and MIDWIFE, 64, Castleland street, Barry Docks. 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, 4kd and 9d. Postage i.d.-Geo. W. Harrison, Chemist, 118, Broad-street, Reading. Agent for Barry Docks-J. REYNOLDS, Chemist, 65. Holton-road. A J. G. GRAVES AGENCY means less waste of time and more business than any other agency. During the past four years the Firm has paid to spare time agents commission amounting to over One Hundred and Twelve Thousand Pounds (9112,655 19s 9d). This should appeal to all respectable working-men desirous of turning their spare moments to advantage. "I provide every- thing." Write for full particulars.—J. G. GRAVES, Agency Dept., The World's Supply Warehouse. Sheffield. MISS CROCKER, 56, Court-road, Barry Docks. CERTIFICATED MIDWIFE (Queen Char- lotte's Hospital). FOR YOUR POULTRY FOOD go to W. H. BURROUGH, Newport House, Thompson- street. Chick Food in 3d packets; also loose 21bs. for 2!d. Agent for Caperns and Hyde's Bird Seed. PIGEON FOOD. Old Tick Beans, Maple Peas and Tares. Pigeon Mixtures. Perfect Gravel, etc. Birds fed on our foods have won all the prizes this season.—J. E. LEVERS AND SON, Court-road, Cadoxton-Barry. GARDEN SEEDS, FLOWER SEEDS, FARM SEEDS, Seed Oats? Barley, Vetches Clover Seeds and Ryegrass. Special Mixtures for Permanent Pastures. Seed Potatoes, Sir John Llewellyn, British Queen. King Edward, Duke of York, Discovery, etc. Artificial Manures, Super- phosphate, 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 Burrows, Churns, Cheese Presses, Cheese Vats, Oil, Gas, and Steam Engines. Bee appliances of all kinds. State requirements. Catalogues free.- JOHN HIBBERT AND SONS, 10 and 11, Castle- street. Cardiff. SPECIALITIES, Indiarubber Appliances, Ene- S mas, &c. best and cheapest.—Trimnell, The Herbalist, 12, Southey-street, Cardiff. TAKE HERBAL PILLS and be Happy.—Head and Stomach, Aperient, Diuretic, Liver, and Female, etc., penny boxes also Head and Nerve Powders in penny packets. Thousands of shop- keepers sell them they require no licence or stamp duty. The well-known Trimnell's Herbal Packets-Blood Purifying Herbs Is. post free Is 3d Cough Herbs 9d, post free Is; Kidney Herbs 9d, post free lid Nervine Herbs 9d, post free lid Indigestion Herbs 9d, post free lid Pile Herbs 9d, post free lid Tonic Herbs 9d, post free lid; Rheumatic Herbs Is, post free Is 3d. Write TRIMNELL, Senior, The Herbalist, 12, Southey- street, Cardiff. Agents wanted 'send for terms. Established 1879. VuU a z JM MUST I p GET AT I I a THE.. o ) BLOOD r I n | Itis the Strength It is Everything. Every body-yourse If included-is liable to Skin Disease. Why? Because our Impure Air, Impure Water, Impure Food, and Impure Surroundings, generate impurities in THE BLOOD. r 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. Without it Trade none is Mark is Genuine. on Every Box Ijjr TRY THEM, Sold by all Chemists and Stores at 1/1 J, 2/9, and 4/6, or send value in stamps or P.O. to maker, JACOB HUGHES, M.P.S,L.D.S., Manu- facturing Chemist, Penarth, Cardiff. HAVE YOU TRIED GOMERIS 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 BAD LEGS -ag 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 l/l, or send value to maker, JACOB HUGHES, M.P.S.L.D.S.. Manufacturing Chemist, Penarth. ¡ Printed and Published for the Barry Doelr I Newspaper and Printing Company, Limited, by JOHN ROWLAND LLEWELLYN, at Hoi tan road, 1 Barry Dock?, Friday, March 9th, 1906.