CADOXTON- BARRY. A JOMBLE RALE will be held in Barry-road Church Mission Room, Cadoxton, this evening (Friday), at 7 p.m. Admission, twopence. ACCIDENT AT THE ICE STORES.—On Tuesday afternoon last, John Pearce. 25, Main-street. Cadoxton, whilst working at the Cardiff Ice and ¡ Cold Stores, No. 2 Deck, Barry, caught his foot in the lift, sustaining a fractured ankle. At the Town Accident Hospital Pearce was attended by Dr Sixs mith.
BARRY DOCKS. CHRYSANTHEMUM SOCIETY.—A meeting was held at Barry Y.M.C. A Rooms on Saturday evening last in connection with the local Chrysanthemum Society, when rules were drawn up and classes for a schedule were decided upon in view of the forthcoming show. FOOTBALL SMOKER.—The smoking concert which was to have been held in aid of the funds of the Barry Wednesday Rugby Football Club at the Alexandra Buildings, Woodland-road, Ba.rry Docks, on Tuesday evening last, has been postponed till Tuesday next, at 8.30 p.m. FRED G. BENNETT, Organist, Bible Christian Church, has Vacancies for Pupils in Piano, Organ, and Violin Playing. Theory and Harmony.—For terms apply 100. Helton-road, Barry Docks. AT BUTTEI^LS-HOAD FREE CHURCH on Sunday next, March 18th. the Rev W. Richardson will deliver a Gospel Lantern Lecture for Adults at 8.10 p.m. Subject," Life of Christ." All are welcome. Copper collection. 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. ANNUAL MEETING OF COALTRIMMERS. — The annual general meeting of the Barry Branch of the Coaltrimmers' Union will be held at St. Mary's Hall, Barry Docks, on Saturday evening next, at 7.30, for the election of officers. It is hoped there will be a full attendance of members. 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. SPIRITU ALISM. Alexandra Hall, Woodland- road, Barry Docks. On Sunday next, March 18th, Mutual Improvement Class at 11 a.m. In the evening, at 6.30, Mr T. E. Davies, of the Merthyr Spiritualist Society, will be the speaker. All are cordially invited. THE SALVATION ARMY.-On Sunday next, at 11 a.m., holiness meeting 3 p.m., men's bible class Б.45P.m., speaker, Captain Chalker, topic, "Christ's agony in the Garden of Gethssmane." Monday, at 8 p.m., T. Hall, Esq will give a Phonograph Service. Records taken in the meeting and reproduced. I.L.P. SOCIAL.—Another sociable entertainment in connection with the Barry branch of the Independent Labour Party took place on Wednes- day evening last at the Regent Hall, Barry Docks, when a very enjoyable programme of songs, dances, recitations, etc., was provided, the pro- ceedings being most pleasant throughout. There was a good attendance. BARRY INDEPENDENT LABOUR PARTY.— On Sunday next, March 18th, at 6.30 p.m., a public meeting will be held at the Regent Hall, Barry Docks, when Mr G. Bibbings will deliver a lecture, subject, 13 the Labour Movement worth con- sidering ? Questions and discussion invited. All working men and women interested in this important subject are invited to attend. FURTHER VISIT BY MR BEN TILLETT.-Under the auspices of the Barry Riggers and General Labourers' Union, a meeting will be held at St. Mary's Hall, Barry Docks, this evening (Thursday), at 7.15, when addresses will be delivered by Mr Ben Tillett, general secretary of the Dock, Wharf, Riverside, and General Workers'Union Mr James Wignall, organiser, Swansea and others. Coun- cillor J. H. Jose will preside. ST. PATRICK'S DINNER AND DANCE. — The annual dinner and dance in celebration of St. Patrick's Day will be held at Oulley's Hotel, Barry Docks, on Monday evening next, at seven o'clock, when Councillor Dr P. J. O'Donnell will take the chair. Mr J. G. Swift MacNeil, K.C., M.P. for Donegal, will be the principal speaker. There are already a large number of applications for tickets, and this popular annual event is likely to be as largely attended as in former years. THE POWIS HOTEL.—Application was made at the Barry Licensing Court on Thursday last for the transfer of the license of the Cross Keys Inn to the Powis Hotel, Dinas Powis, on the ground that the population of the place was growing rapidly. Mr Donald Maclean, M.P., in opposing, said if the transfer was granted a quiet neighbour- hood would be converted into a veritable pan- demonium. The application was refused,
BARRY. WINDSOR ROAD ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, BARRY.-Services next Sunday at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Sunday School at 2.30 p.m. Preacher, Rev D. H. Williams, M.A., Barry. BARRY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.—Preacher next Sunday, at 11 a.m. and 6,30 p.m., Rev Christmas J. Lewis, B.A., pastor. 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 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. PRIZE DISTRIBUTION. — The annual prize distribution in connection with High-street Boys' School was held at the Bethesda Chapel on Friday evening last, when the spacious building was comfortably filled by the prize winners and parents. The Rev T. Pandy John, chairman of the Education Committee, presided, and was supported by Coun- cillor D. Morgan. The Chairman, in his address, dwelt at length on the importance of regular attendance at school, both from the point of view of educational advancement, and also from pecuniary considerations in the way of increased grants. The prizes were distributed by Mrs G. H. Burnett, who addressed a kindly word to each recipient as he came to the platform to receive his award Daring the evening selections were given by the Boys' String Band, under the able con- ductorship of Mr W. M. Williams, and school songs by the upper boys. Master Archie John contributed a violin solo, and Master Arthur Bartram, an old High street boy, a cornet solo, both being executed in a creditable manner. At the close a hearty vote of thanks was accorded to Mrs Burnett for her kindness in distributing the prizes.
LLANBETHERY. THE LICENSE OF THE MASON'S ARMS.—At the adjourned Licensing Sessions at Barry on Thurs- day last. the renewal of the license of the Mason's Arms, Llanbethery, was objected to on the ground that it was not required, there being several public-houses, and the population small, in the immediate neighbourhood. The Bench granted the renewal.
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SAUNDERS has been instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Royal Hotel, Cardiff, on TUESDAY, April 10th, 1906, at 7.30 o'clock in the evening, the following very desirable DWELLING-HOUSES Lots 1 and 2.—All those Two well-built and desirable DWELLING-HOUSES, situate and being Nos. 2 and 3, BRASSEY-ROAD, DINAS POWIS, each containing drawing-room, dining-room, kitchen, scullery and pantries, 3 bedrooms, h. and c. bath, good garden with side entrance. Let at 118 6d each per week, tenant paying water rate and landlord paying other rates. Each house has a frontage of 24 feet and a depth of 100 feet, or thereabouts. Drains all completed. Held for a term of 99 years from 25th March, 1903, at the low annual ground rent of 42 each. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, at the Cardiff Chambers, 29, St Mary-street, Cardiff; or to W. Stephen Davis, Esq., Solicitor, Church- street, Cardiff. Telegrams, Glo," Penarth. Est. 1875. National Telephone, 22 Penarth, and 2Y2 Barry. D. H8 EDMUNDS, AUCTIONEER, Valuer, House, Estate and Insurance Agent. Valuations made for Probate and other purposes. Sales conducted with Prompt Settlement. Agent to the Principality Permanent Investment Building Society for Barry and Penarth district. The largest and most up-to-date Society in Wales. ALL ENQUIRIES HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION. Windsor Chambers, Stanwell road, Penarth; and at Barry Coal Company's Office, Romilly Buildings, Barry. Why Suffer from I RHEUMATISM SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, WHEN URICURA CAN ABSOLUTELY AND PERMANENTLY .CURE YOU? URICURA LINIMENT AND DROPS possess won- derful efficacy, and if used according to the directions, suffering is immediately alleviated, and a speedy cure results, even in the most stubborn cases. The secret of their success is that they go to the root of the matter, and, by eliminating the uric acid from the system, remove the cause of these distressing maladies. Remarkable cures are being reported every day. Liniment Is l^d and 2s 9d, Drops Is lid per bottle Sold by all Chemists Prepared only by The Hammond Remedies Company Barry. P8 "REES' Neuralgia Cure." The bulk of our sales for this marvellous remedy are made through the recommenda- tion of grateful persons who have used it and found relief. We offer you a preparation which cures Neuralgia and similar complaints on scientific natural lines, by attacking the cause instead of attempting temporary relief. It costs Is. Per bottle. Try a bottle to-day. W. E. REES, M.P.S., CHEMIST, 238, Holton-road, Barry Dock (CORNER OF MOREL STREET). j B[ Never Neglect a. ■ n ■ Cold, however slight, or jt may prove tjje beginning of a long and serious illness, ending in death. At the first symp- tom give at once a dose of CHEST, DEAKIN'SCOUGH and LUNG HEALER Which will immediately arrest the course Br of the disease & guard against all ill effects Sf WHAT A MINISTER SATS- I beg- to add my testimony to your mm invaluable preparation, Deakin's Lung H Healer. It possesses marvellous pro- Ira perties, and gives Instant Relief to IB Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Difficulty of !|9 Breathing, etc, It is very beneficial, and jf has proved for many years a j|5 BOON TO THE WORKING CLASSES." I Prices, |/|i & 2/3 c f all Chemists & Stores. If difficult to obtain send direct enclosing i^j 1/3 or 2/6 to the Sole Proprietors :— !§§ G. DEAKIN AHD HUGHES, (Dept. 5) | The Inflammation Remedies Co. fl| BLAENAVON. jig '}' "vr WILLIAM McKEE "'Sir (Late McKEE & ELLIS), RUBBER AND ATHLETIC OUTFITTER. M. FOR CRICKET, TENNIS, WATERPROOFS FOR HOCKEY, FOOTBALL, PURPOSES AT AND REQUISITES FOR LOWEST PRICES. A GAMES AND SPORTS OF ALL KINDS, AT QTTTF.XTUA CHARGE. LOWEST PRICES. PERSONAL ATTEN- LOWEST PRICES. PERSONAL ATTEN- TION TO "s LARGE STOCK. CUSTOMERS. ff FOR FOR FISHING RODS, FLIES, TRUNKS, BAGS, /YF TACKLE, WADERS, HOLDALLS, RUGS, XSN BROGUES, BASKETS, &c. &c., &c. ||j W J IJ fzrrm CYCLE CAPES, WEI* Im I mi RUNNING SHOES, LEGGINGS, &C!, H IP KNICKS, Ac., IN STOCK. ALWAYS IN STOCK. L^MMA|ILLBLLL||[PR BEST GOODS AT REASONABLE PRICES. m* 10, QUEEN STREET, CARDIFF. Prudential Assurance Company, Ltd. CHIEF OFFICE HOLBORN BARS, LONDON. SUMMARY OF THE REPORT Presented at the Fifty-seventh Annual Meeting, held on 1st March, 1906. ORDINARY BRANCH. —The number of Policies issued during the year was 75,293, assuring the sum of £7,211,427, and producing a New Annual Premium Income of £ 395,029. The Premiums received during the year were £ 4,123,318, being an increase of £154,302 over the year 1904. The Claims of the year amounted to £ 1,812,618. The number of Deaths was 7,437, and 7,775 Endowment Assurances matured. The number of Policies in force at the end of the year was 773,051. INDUSTRIAL BRANCH. The Premiums received during the year were £ 6,139,050, being an increase of £159,715. The Claims of the year amounted to £ 2,261,748. Tha number of Deaths was 238,220, and 3,344 Endowment Assurances matured. The number of Free Policies granted during the year to those Policy-holders of five years' standing and upwards who desired to discontinue their payments, was 123,586, the number in for jB being 1,102,267. The number of Free Policies which became Claims during the year was 24,698. The total number of Policies in force at the end of the year was 16,065,268 their average dura- tion is eleven years. The Assets of the Company, in both branches, as shown in the Balance Sheet, are j359,464,576, being an increase of £4,104,871 over those of 1904. The Staff Provident Fund, which was founded in 1898 for the benefit of the outdoor staff, shews a satisfactory increase for the year, the total amount standing to the credit of the Fund being £ 148,941. Since the completion of the Valuation the Actuary has reported that in his opinion a general increase of two-and-a-half per cent. could, with safety, be granted under the principal Industrial Branch Tables if provision were made for an increase in the liability of £ 750,000. The Board have accordingly revised the Tables as from 1st March, 1906, and have made provision to meet the increased liability by the transfer during the current year of £ 750,000 from the Reserve Fund to the Life Assurance Fund in the Industrial Branch, leaving this Reserve Fund at £ 1,000,000. The Shareholders will be glad to know that this revision affects nearly Thirteen Million Policies, and of this number over Ten Million Policies receive an immediate increase in the sum assured.
GENERAL BALANCE SHEET OF THE Prudential Assurance Company, Limited, Being the Summary of both Branches, on the 31st December, 1905. LIABILITIES. £ s. d. ASSETS. £ s. d. Shareholders'Capital. 1,000,000 0 0 British Government securities. 3,352,182 13 9 Reserve Funds 2,700,000 0 0 Indian'and Colonial government Life Assurance Funds 55,633,131 14 10 securities 5,292,114 14 2 Claims under life policies Railway and other debentures admitted 131,244 10 8 and debenture stocks, and gold and sterling bonds 6,133,775 5 1 Loans on County Council, Muni- cipal and other rates 13,819,468 10 2 Freehold ground rents and Scotch feu duties 3,860,399 6 4 Freehold and leasehold property 3,685,329 4 2 Mortgages on property within the United Kingdom 7,609,760 5 7 Railway, Gas, and Water stocks 7,581,357 0 4 Suez Canal shares 164,883 9 4 Telegraph and other shares 97,623 6 4 Metropolitan Consolidatedstock, and City of London bonds 258,717 2 11 Bank of England Stock 230,559 18 6 Colonial and Foreign Corpora- tion stocks 1,419,012 13 6 Foreign government securities 1,294,215 0 7 Reversions and Life Interests 1,161,978 18 5 Loans on the Company's policies 2,134,509 8 7 Rent Charges 297,298 2 4 Outstanding premiums and agents' balances 425,667 19 2 Outstanding interest and rents 508,463 10 9 Cash-In. hands of superinten- dents 34,653 11 5 Ditto-On current accounts, and in hand 132,406 4 1 -+ £59,464,376 .5 6 £ 59,464,376 5 6
THOS. C. DEWEY, General Manager. HENRY HARBEN, Chairman. FREDERICK SCHOOLING, Actuary. W. J. LANCASTER,! D. W. STABLE, Secretary. W. E. HORNE, j-Directors. We have examined the Cash transactions (receipts and payments) affecting the accounts of the Assets and Investments for the year ended December 31st, 1905, and we find the same in good order and properly vouched. We have also examined the Deeds and Securities, Certificates, &c., repre- senting the Assets and Investments set out in the above account, and we certify that they were in possession and safe custody as on December 31st, 1905. DELOITTE, PLENDER, GRIFFITHS, & CO., 14th February, 1906. Chartered Accountants. The Assistant Superintendents in the Penarth, Barry, and Cowbridge districts are Mr R. HULL, 59, Maesycwm-street, Barry Docks Mr F. WILLIAMS, East End, Cowbridge and Mr J. W. JONES, Mount Pleasant, Whitchurch. District Superintendent, Mr F. GARDNER, 29, Albert-road, Penarth. The Chief Inspector of the Company is J. RAMSDALE, Esq., J.P., Cardiff. PASSEHGERS BOOKED BY ANY LINE TO Any Part of the World. NO BOOKING FEES. Full Particulars of Sailings, Fares, &c., apply- THOS. G. DUNCAN & CO., BARRY DOCKS. 40, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCKS. MESSRS. J. MADLEY & CO. WILL SELL BY AUCTION Every Evening, tv at,7 o'clock, a very large quantity of New and Second-hand FURNITURE, Comprising sideboards, bedroom suites, fenders, suites covered in saddlebags and leather, bedsteads, spring and wool mattresses, hail stands, and the usual effects of the household. No RESERVE. Goods on view all day. Furniture and Tradesmen's Stocks bought for cash or sold on commission. Prompt settlements. Auctioneer's Offices -40, Holton-road, Barry Docks. WEDDING, KEEPER, & ENGAGEMENT RINGS. FINEST SELECTION AND BEST VALUE I AT H. B. CROUCH'S, 16, St. MARY-STREET, 48, QUEEN STREET, AND 9, High-street Arcade, Cardiff NoFree Presents but guaranteedBestValuein the Kingdom 'THE CITYlEWELLERS.' CHURCH-STREET SALEROOMS, CARDIFF. MR. A. SETCHFIELD will SELL by AUC- TION, on MONDAY and THURSDAY next, a Large Assortment of Superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE (removed from various addresses for Absolute Sale), consisting of dining, drawing, and bedroom suites various designs, several overmantels, 6ft. mahogany sideboard, several walnut ditto, cabinet, excellent pianoforte, carpets, rugs, fenders, curbs, and brasses, tea, dinner, and toilet sets, heavy brass Parisian and other bedsteads, overlays, &c. Sale at Two o'clock sharp. SURGICAL APPLIANCES. I Artificial LEGS, Arms, Hands with Knife or Fork Hook Arms, Peg Legs, CRUTCHES, Leg Irons Spine Supports, Eyes. Makers of all Kinds of Abdominal BELTS for Ladies or Gentlemen, ELASTIC STOCKINGS, Knee Caps, etc. Enemas. e Douches, Eye Douches, RUBBER BANDAGES, etc, TRUSSES for Children and Adults-soft padded, rubber covered, washable, or without steel band- c Belted Corsets, etc. Lady Attendant. List Free. ALLEN PEARCE, 23, Charles Street (oflst?euetfn), Nat. Tel. 1282. CARDIFF, & BRISTOL. Small Prepaid Advertisements. Words. Once. Three Six times. times. 20 Words 0 9 13 20 50 Words 1 0 19 2 6 W 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 tt 6d „ LEGAL AND FINANCIAL ADVERTISEMENTS Parliamentary Election Addresses 6s per inch per insertion Prospectuses of Public Companies, Addresses to District Council and Parish Council Electors, and Notices in connection with the same,&o. 4s perinch Baxant WANTED, at once, APPRENTICE to DRESS- Vt MAKING.—Apply Miss JONES, 211, Holton-road, Barry Docks. WTTANTED Smart Trustworthy GIRL as TV Useful Help for Welsh family in London. —EDWARDS, Chemist, 36, Pitfield-street, London, N. EXPERIENCED COOK-GENERAL, two and 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 MBS MORGAN, Highlight, Barry. ANTED, 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. WANTED, a Young GIRL to help in the Housework. Sleep out. — Apply C. HOPKINS, Fonmon House, 2, Harbour-road, Barry. WANTED YOUNG GIRL to assist House- keeper.— Apply MRS KERR, Twynceri, Colcot, Barry. CANVASSER, experienced, wanted, House-to- C House wages and commission. Apply, ten to twelve, 95, High-street, Barry. )DUSCS, ctc., CQrD Ttt 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 back of Wenvoe-terrace. — For particulars apply BARRY ESTATE COMPANY, Romilly Chambers, Barry. tu 1:t1. WO FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET, pleasantly situated; three minutes from Station. Ladies or gentlemen.-23, Old Mill- road, Cadoxton-Barry. CCOMFORTABLE FURNISHED ROOMS TO J 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. DINING ROOMS, 26, Thompson-street, Barry Docks. — FURNISHED APARTMENTS. Good Beds, Baths (h and 0). Every accommoda- tion.—Proprietor, W. J, OWEN. Jwr gale. OR SALE, SMITH'S PREMIER TYPE- WRITER, good condition cheap.—Apply AITKEN, 33, St Nicholas-road, Barry. FOR SALE, INTEREST in £ 500 Policy, Britisn Homes Assurance Corporation, Ltd. Paid up 16130. Earning bonus. Good opportunity for safe investment.—Apply "T. Barry flock News, Barry. C~SROCERY BUSINESS FOR SALE or TO 3T LET, 119, Barry-road, Cadoxton, old established, good central position.-Apply J. H. REED, LIanharran Bakery, Barry-road, Cadoxton- Barry. FOR SALE. 13, WELFORD-STBEET, BARRY. High position, well built, two reception, four bedrooms, bath-room, large kitchin, and con- servatory. Ground rent. 93 8s. Immediate disposal. What offers? — Apply 3, Dogo-street, Cardiff. ozt jkrjst arft 53. REWARD. — LOST, Wednesday, February 28th, 1906, GOLD LOCKET, with Stone in centre, between Woodland-road and Charles-place, Barry.-168, Woodland-road, Barry Docks. JftijsaUattgottg. PALM SUNDAY.—WREATHS, CROSSES (any designs); Wedding and other Bouquets made to order. — C. and A. MARSH, Floral Designers, 57, Thompson-street, Barry Docks. RANK W. FOULKES, Violinist, Teacher of Sevcik's Method. Pupils prepared for College of Violinists, R.A.M., L.C.M., etc., Diplomas.-Terms apply 87, Station-street, Barry Docks. ASTROLOGY. — Future Events Marriage, Partner described, Children, Journeys, Legacies, Changes, Business Success, Speculation, Ruling Planet, &c.-Send Birth Date, six stamps, Stamped Envelope, to PROFESSOR ALVA, 34, Howe- street, Edinburgh. 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 free. BIRKETTS 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, 1 MRS MEDLIN, 26, Holton-road, Barry Docks, will buy all kinds of CAST OFF CLOTH- ING. Furniture Bought or Exchanged. RF. BRENT, JOBBING CONTRACTOR, 2, Newland-street, 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. 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. MRS. JOHN (late GILES), Certificated NURSE and MIDWIFE, 64, Oastleland street, Barry Docks. IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS.—Every Mother I who values the Health and Cleanliness of her Child should use HABRlsoN'e "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, 6 5. Holton-road. AJ. 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 ( £ 112,655 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). OR YOUR POULTRY FOOD go to W. H. BURROUGH, Newport House, Thompson- street. Chick Food in 3d packets; also loose 21bs. for 2id. 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- kj 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 x t a MUST GET AT THE. BLOOD! A" 0 It is the Life. n ) Itis the Strength It is Ererytliing. Everybody-yourself included-is liable to Skin Disease. Why ? Because our Impure Air, Impure Water, Impure Food, and Impure SurroundinirB 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 Thousandsare forthcoming toprove that HUGHES'S BLOOD PILLS Purify the Blood and keep it Pure. If you snffer 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 This Trade none is Mark is Genuine. on Every Box TRY THEM, Sold by all Chemists and Stores at Ifli, 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' GaIlings in Ohildren and Women, Piles Chapps, Chilblains, For BAD LEGS There is nothing like it. Try it. « RA8KK TT (fom^'8 and see that the name Jticob Hughes is on each box, without which none is genuine. Sold by Chemists and Stores at iupq°r to m.aker, JACOB HUGHES, M,t ,o. L. D.I^. Manufacturing Chemist, Penarth. Printed and Published for the Barry Doct Newspaper and Printing Company, Limited, by JO B.N iiOWLAK D LLI IWSIJLYN, at HoltlB rOftd I Barry Desks, Friday, March 16th, 1906.