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,GEORGES GRAV PILLS For upwards of Forty Years these Pills have held THE FIRST PLACE IN THE WORLD as a Remedy for PILES and GRAVEL, and all the common Disorders of the Bowels, Stomach, Liver, and Kidneys. Such as Piles, Gravel, Pain in the Back and Loins, Constipation, Suppression and Retention of Urine, Irritation of the Bladder, Sluggishness of the Liver and 0 Kidneys, Biliousness, Flatulence, Palpitation, Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Dimness of Vision, Depression of Spirits, all Pains arising from Indigestion, &c. THEIR FAME IS AS WIDE AS CIVILIZATION. There is no civilized nation under the sun that has not experienced their HEALING VIRTUES. A MARVELLOUS STORY FROM THE PUBLISHER OF "TYST A'R DYDD," MERTHYR TYDVIL. c. DEAR SIR.-One of my sons went out to Canada, and settled down in the neighbourhood of Oilsprings, Lampton, Ontario. Some three months ago he wrote home saying he had been on the sick list for several weeks, suffering painfully from Piles. Immediately after receiving his letter I had a supply of your Pills, which I sent to him. Three weeks ago he wrote home saying that your Pills had done him immense good. Before he had finished one box he was able to start work again. Last night I had another letter from him stating that to all appearances the disease had left him, and he was in his usual health again. Having accidentally heard that a man living in the same neighbourhood had been a greab sufferer from Piles for over twenty years, my son sought him out, and told him the good he had received from your Pills, and gave him half of the box he had. Within four days the man was jumping with joy from the good effects of your Pills. Having received so much benefib personally and witnessing their good effects on the man referred to, my son is very anxious that other sufferers may know and receive the same benefit from them as he did himself. Yours truly, JOSEPH WILLIAMS, Publisher of "Tyst a'r Dydd" and Cenad Hedd," Merthyr Tydvil. The three forms of this Remedy- No. ¡,-GEORGE'S PILE AND GRAVEL PILLS. No. 2.—GEORGE'S GRAVEL PILLS. No 3.-G EO RG E'S PILLS for the PILES. SOLD EVERYWHERE IN BOXES, 1/14 AND 2/9 EACH. BY POST, 1/2 AND 2/10. PROPRIETOR J. E. GEORGE, M.R.P.S., HIRWAIN, ABERDARE- CROSS BROS., LTD., THE CARDIFF IRONMONGERS, 3 & 4, ST. MARY-STREET. Cheapest and Best House for Lawn Mowers from 14/- ✓ Garden Rollers from 32/- ,I Garden Arches from 3/9, Garden Seats from 10/6. And every Garden Requisite. MW Croquet, Lawn Tennis, and all Latest Games. At Lowest Store Cash Prices. Catalogues Free oa Application. SPECIAL MACHINERY FOR LAWN MOWER GRINDING. 0I 44, HJLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCKS, Being OLD ESTABLISHED PAWNBROKERS, always have for SALE a Large Quantity of GENUINE FORFEITED PLEDGES. We are obliged to Sell at a Low Price to make room for Pledges continually being forfeited. Or Lend the HIGHEST PRICES on Watches, Jewellery, Guns, Pianos, Bicycles, Furniture, and all kinds of Valuables. < All Jewels and Valuables kept in MILiNEK'S best burglar and fire-proof Safes. RE-PLATING AND GILDING DONE, JEWELLERY REPAIRED AND RE-MOUNTED LIKE NEW, DIAMONDS AND PRECIOUS STONES MOUNTED OR RE-SET BY SKILFUL LONDON WORKMEN. Agent for the SUN LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. Kindly send for Prospectus. NOTE THE ADDRESSES- FOLLICK'S, 44* HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCKS, ANIX AT BRIDGE STREET, CARDIFF. I V,Itrt:olt A -t bbrtssrs. Barry Urban District Council Election, 1906. TO THE RATEPAYERS OF THE DOCK WARD. J^ADIES AND GENTLEMEN, r 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, Yours faithfully, WILLIAM FOWLER. 67, Kingsland Crescent, Barry Docks, March 7th, 1906. BARRY DISTRICT COUNCIL. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CASTLELAND WARD. L ADIES 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, 1906. Barry Urban District Council Election, 1906. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE DOCK WARD. T ADIE3 AND GENTLEMEN, The two years of office for which you elected me having expired, I again seek your suffrage. During my two years of office I have never let an opportunity pass of furthering the in- terests of the town in general, and the Dock Ward in particular. I have faithfully served you on the following Committees, viz., the Health, Gas and 1 Water, Parliamentary, and the Licensing Com- mittees, and of the latter I have been Chairman for' the last twelve months. A reference to my attendances at the Council and Committee Meet- ings will prove that I have, during the year, been faithful to my duties as your representative. The question of a right of way to Barry Island, and of free access to the Sands is now nearing an amicable settlement. I am still a supporter of the Welsh National Policy, and of Trade Union Prin- ciples. I am in favour of any wise proposal brought forward dealing with the pressing problem of Underfed Children. In my opinion no child should go to school hungry, for in this way the Education Rates and Taxes are wasted, and unnecessary torture is inflicted on the child. The large number of Seamen's Houses in this Ward, and the better Housing of the Working Class, will have my best consideration. If again you do me the honour of electing me, I shall endeavour to do my duty in the future as I have in the past, a"Iid my one aim will be the improvement of Barry, with due regard to economy and efficiency in administration. I beg to remain, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yoar obedient servant, JOHN DALE WATSON. 78, High-street, Barry. Barry Urban District Council Election, 1906. TO THE ELECTORS OF HOLTON WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, With pleasure I beg to announce that I am keeping my promise of last year, viz., to again come forward and court your Votes and Support. If elected, I would support the following :-Free Meals for Underfed School Children, Recreation Ground for Barry Dock, Fair Trade Clauses in all Contracts, Sound Finance and no False Economy, to assert cnr Legal Rights on the Sands of Whit- more Bay and the approaches thereto, and would oppose any further outlay of public money thereat until our legal position has been ascertained in a court of law or otherwise. The Sands are our heritage, and it is time we claimed them. I am, yours faithfully, JOHN JAMES WILLIAMS. 23, Thompson-street, Barry Docks. (Election r BARRY DISTRCT COUNCIL. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CADOXTON WARD. 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 offe-r 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 District Council Election. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE PARK WARD. L ADIES AND GENTLEMEN, At the invitation of a large number of Electors, I respectfully offer myself as a Candidate for the representation of the Pard Ward on the Urban District Council. I carry on business in the Town, always employ British Labour, and pay the Trade Union rate of wages of my employees. I shall strive, if elected, to further the welfare of Barry in every way, and to promote the efficient and economical manage- ment of its affairs, and support Trades Unionism. Yours obediently, GEO. P. LUEN. 6, Charles-place, Barry, March 17th, 1906. WESTMINSTER STORES, Holton-Road, Barry Docks, PROPRIETOR D. J. MORRIS. Best and Cheapest House in the District for GROCERY AND PROVISIONS. AGENT for the celebrated ALTON COURT BREWERY CO'S BEERS in 4! and 9 gallon casks. All the leading brands of WINES and SPIRITS sold. JCJL JICH^i JEhbm JR niBiii, .JhETCl* JEM^ » 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. AUTUMN AND WINTER SEASONS. D. LLOYD & COMPANY'S GENTS; YOUTHS; AND BOYS' RAINCOATS, OVERCOATS, & SUITS. Always something new and novel, made from the most pleasing 0 7 Materials, and specially made to stand hard wear, combining Artistic Beauty, Stability of Fabric, and Economy in Price. WARM UNDERWEAR-Most Reliable Brands kept at Popular Prices. ADDRESS :— 89 & 93, MAIN-STREET, CADOXTON, AND 72, HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCKS. | EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT F <' The SOUTH WALES <' I PROVISION STORES HAY & CORN STORES I IS THE BEST PLACE IS THE BEST PLACE 5 FOR J i FOR I GOOD VALUE GOOD VALUE | t ™ — J I Groceries IS I | 1. 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