DRINK GALORE IRISH WHISKY. Sold at the Principal Bars in the Town. War- ranted Pure and Wholesome Spirit, a Blend of the Finest Dublin Whiskies. Vide Analytical report. SOLE PROPRIETORS: (JAKEY AND CO., QUEEX-STREET, CARDIFF. ALSO SOLE AGENTS FOR— DEUTZ k GELDERMANN, ERNEST IRROY AND RUIN ART'S CHAMPAGNE. BOTTLERS OF BASS'S ALES & GUINNESS STOUT. Telephone 593. Telegraphic Address, Galore.[207 GOLDEN HOP/^7 BITTER (LIGHT DINNER ALE) A Is. PER GALLON. /V/ It/ /§y /4y /Q-O SUPTJRTOTS rCy PALE ALE— LS- 2CL ?ER G;ILIOA- /A MILD ALES— 10d. Per Gallon. ,6^ STOUT- Is- 2' Per Gallon. IN Ah GALLON CASKS AND UPWARDS. [235 JR. BISHOP, TAILOR, HOSIER & HATTER, 50, QUEEN-STREET, CARDIFF. BEST VALUE FOR CASH. ;B.—OPPOSITE THE EMPIRE. [367 IGlii^-ATilUASIE DISCOVERY. What Saved his Life. OPINION OF WELL-KNOWN MEN. Mr. ISAAC EVANS. Neath, Miners' Agent, says :— I have taken the • Coltsfoot' for severe Coirls and Hoarseness. aii'l have found it to be undoubtedly of very great benefit. From the Be v. R. D. ROBERTS, Baptist Minister, Carhua.il, Llwvnhendy. Dear Sir,—I caught a very severe Cold, and was in c.rHisemicnee for a length of time in a most undesirable and painful condition. I thea obtained a bottle of Coltsfoot, which soon restored me to my usual health. From my experience of it, I heartily recommend it to the notice of mv fellow-coulltrvmen.- Yours truly, Mr. Morgan W. James. Rev. R. D. ROBERTS. COLTSFOOT, THE GREAT CHIvST HEALER ASD PROTECTOR, Is a compound liquid extract made from the active medicinal principles of the l; Coltsfoot" Plant, in combination with other highly recognised remedies. ITS SUCCESS IS REMARKABLE. FULL OF HEALING VIRTUES. A speedy and certain cure for Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Hoarseness, Bronchitis. Asthma, Spitting of liiood, and old-standir.g Chest Affections, commonly called Consumption. Put up in Bottles, ls. l^d., 2s. 91., and 4s. Od. each. Ask ior Coltsfoot, and see that you get it. Sold by all Chnnix's everywhere, or Past Free. Great giivini/ by purchasing larger sizes. Prepared only by 3IORGAN W. JAMBS, Manufacturing Chemist, Llanelly, South Wales. J [251 EYESIGHT. SPECTACLES ADAPTED TO SUIT ALL CASES OF DEFECTIVE VISION, AND FRAMES FITTED TO EVERY SHAPE OF FACE By an Optician of 25 Years Experience. SIGHT TESTED FREE. Special attention is invited to J. R. WOOD'S Celebrated PERISCOPIC PEBBLE SPECTACLES and FOLDERS. 1,000 TESTIMOXIALS Reeceived during the last Three Years. J. R. WOOD, OPTICIAN, 4, Castle Arcade, High-Street, 201] CARDIFF. BRISTOL CHANNEL PASSENGER 13 SERVICE (LIMITED). LAST OF THE SEASON. DAILY SERVICE BETWEEN CARDIFF & WESTON By the Saloon Steamer LADY MARGARET (Wind, weather, and circumstances permitting). OCTOBER, 1892. FRIDAY, 7th.—Leave Cardiff. 3.15 a.m., 4.15 p.m.; leave Weston, 9.15 a.m.. 5.30 p.m. SATURDAY, 8.—Leave Cardiff. 9.15 a.m., 4.45 p.m.; Leave Weston, 10.15 a.m., 7.0 p.m. On Saturday the Fare will be. after Two o'clock, to-and-i'ro—Fore Deck. Is. 3d., Saloon. Is. 6d. Single, Fore Deck, Is., Saloon, Is. 3d, and on other days after 5.0 p.m. EDWARDS, ROBERTSON k CO.. Agents, 461] 105. Bute Docks. Cardiff. VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE. — 11TH COMPANY. 2ND GLAMORGAN ARTIL- LERY VOLUNTEERS. COMPANY ORDERS.— Barry Dock. 7th Oct., 1892. Drills for the week commenein:; 10th Oc:t., 1882 Gun drill every evening during the week except Saturday. Saturday (to-morrow), 8th October, Recruit Car- bine Competition, commencing at 1 p.m. Entries close at. 3.30 p.m. Undress uniform to be worn. Hours of Drills, 7.30 to S.30 p.m. All Carbines and Swords to be returned to store after to-rnorrow s competition.. Bv OL der. (Signed) J. JUST. HANDCOCK, Cap; Commanding lith Company. 2nd G.A.V.. Barry Dock. ARTISTIC EUMITURE MANUFACTURERS. TRAPNELL AND GANE, THE BEST AND MOST ECONOMICAL HOUSE FURNISHERS IX THE WEST OF ENGLAND AND SOUTH WALES. ^RTISTIC F URNITURE. JgCONOMIC F URNITURE. "^yELL-MADE pURNITURE. JNEXPENSIVE F URNITURE. SHOW ROOMS FOR WALES 38 & 41, QUEEN STREET, CARDIFF, II TAXING-ROOM JjUTRNITURE. JJEDROOM F URNITURE. _JL7 f r jQRAWING-ROOM JpURNITURE. jgOUDOIR ^URNITURE. JP>REAKFAST-ROOM ^URXrTURE. JglLLlARD-ROOM JpURNITURE. jg-ITCIIEN FURNITURE.. TTOTEL F URNITURE. OUR MUCH RENOWNED COTTAGE FURNITURE DEPARTMENT, •88, QUEEN-STREET, CARDIFF. TKAPNELL & GANE, Complete House Furnishers, Carpet and Linoleum Warehousemen, 31 & 41, QUEEN STREET, CARDIFF. ALSO AT COLLEGE GREEN, BRISTOL; COMMERCIAL STREET, NEWPORT. CATALOGUES FREE. ESTIMATES FREE. ALL GOODS CARRIAGE PAID TO THE NEAREST RAILWAY STATION. [239 -=-= ::1=- NORTI-I BRITISH AND MERCANTILE INSURANCE (<OMI\\NY. FOUNDED 1309. I F I P,, E LIF ETIE S. ASSETS EXCEED £ 10,000,000 STERLING. I SOUTH WALE^ AND MONMOUTHSHIRE OFFICE I ST. MARY-RTREE CARDIFF. LOCAL DIRECTORS :— Sir W. T. LEWIS, ROBERT FORREST, Esq.. JOHN GUNN, Esq., Sir J. J. JEXKIXS, Colonel CHARLES LYNE. MAXAGER :—W. SOUTHWELL JONES. Agents Wanted where the Company is unrepresented. fi 15 2 J. NICHOLAS AND CO. ARE NOW SHOWING A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF DRAPERY SUITABLE FOR THE COMING SEASON IN Blankets, Quilts, Sheets, Flannels, Flannelettes, Oxford and Regatta Shirtings. ,ALSO A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF FANCY GOODS—VIZ., Wool Wraps, Shawl Turnovers, Corsets, Laces, Frillings, Ribbons, Aprons, Pinafores, etc., etc., etc. AN INSPECTION IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED. J. NICHOLAS .& CO., VERE-3TREET, CADOXTON. 453] Barry Congregational Church. SUNDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 9th 1392, I SERMONS WILL BE PREACHED MORNING AT 11 a.m., AND EVENING AT 6.30 p.m. by the REV. D. TYSSIL EVANS, M.A., Professor of Hebrew, University College. A SPECIAL COLLECTION Will be made at each Service on behalf of the TONDU COLLIERY DISASTER FUND. BETHEL ElfGLISH CAIYISISTIC METHODIST CHAPEL, COURT-ROAD, CADOXTON. ON WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29TH AND 27TH, 1892. A FANCY FAIR & SALE OF WORK In aid cf the Building Fund, will be held in the SCHOOLROOM of the above Place of Worship. ADMISSION SIXPEXCB. [4Tw_ USE ONLY EOTHEMILL'S TOBACCO T AND CIGARS. j 4, STUAPyT HALL HAYES, CARDIFF. fll "yy E. ~^T A U G II A N AND CO., STEAM-POWER DYERS, FRENCH CLEANERS, &C., LLANDAFF-ROAD, CARDIFF. BRANCH ESTABLISHMENTS :— 2. QLEEN-STREET, pAUTiTPTi1 248. BUTE-ST R.EET. r 60. WINDSOR-ROAD. PENARTH. 53. COMMERCIAL-STREET. NEWPORT. 83, HIGH-STREET, MERTHYR. 27, CASTLE-STREET, SWANSEA. Parcels Received n-nd Forwarded Regularly to the Dye-works by District Agents :— Parcels amounting to five shillings sent direct to works will be returned carriage paid one way4 Trade books and price lists sent free on application. ~W E VA U G11A N AND CO. ARE CELEBRATED FOR CLOTHES AND DRESS CLEANING by FRENCH PROCESS, producing permanent colours, a superior finish, moderate charges, and promptness of dispatch. [227 THE SCHOLASTIC TRADING CO., LTD., 7, ST. JOHN'S SQUARE, CARDIFF. SCHOOL BOOKS. SCHOOL MATERIALS. jgOOKSELLERS AND gTATIONERS. NEW MAP OF GLAMORGAN, 6 FEET BY 4 FEET 6 INCHES, Fully Coloured for School or Office use. JUST PUBLISHED. [200 BARRY AND CADOXTON LOCAL BOARD. THE above Board are prepared to receive JL Applications for the Appointment of SUR- VEYOR'S CLERK. The person appointed must be experienced in the keeping of accounts, payment of wages, general routine work, and able to write shorthand. Salary, 80s. per week. Applications, stating age and qualifications, accompanied by recent testimonials, to be for- warded to me. the undersigned, on or before October the 24th, 1892, endorsed Surveyor's Clerk." By Order, J. C. PARDOE, Surveyor to the Board. Local Board Offices, Cadoxton, Oct. 5th, 1892. [464 BARRY AND CATIOXTON LOCAL BOARD. TO CONTRACTORS AND OTHERS. THE Board hereby invite TENDERS from Persons willing to CONTRACT for the SUPPLY of HORSES. HAULIERS, and CARTS to do the necessary haulage work required for the Repairs of Roads and Scavenging in the District, for a period of SEVEN MONTHS, from the 1st day of November, 1892, to the 31st day of May, 1893, inclusive. The district to be divided as follows, viz. :— Division No. 1.—Cadoxton District. Division No. 2.-Barry Deck District. Divi.sion No. 3.-Barry District. Division No. 4.—Merthyrdovan Distrct. Further particulars and Forms of Tender may be obtained on application to the undersigned. Scaled Tenders, endorsed Tender for Haulage," Division 1, 2, 3, and 4, as the case may be, to be delivered to Mr. J. A. Hughes, clerk to the Board, by Twelve o'clock noon Monday, the 24th day of October, 1892. The Board do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. By Order, J. C. PARDOE, Surveyor to the Board. Cadoxton, Oct. 6th, 18!)2. [467 BARRY MARKET. rpHE above Premises have been Converted into a JL PUBLIC-HALL, which is available for Con- certs, Public Meetings, &c. For terms, &c., apply to- J. ARTHUR HUGHES, Solictor. Market Chambers, Barry. [4;;9 NOTICE OF REMOVAL. MRS. CLARK, MIDWIFE, begs to announce to her Patrons that she has REMOVED from 46, Regent-street, to ALANDALE, TRAVIS-STREET, 4391 BARRY DOCK. WEFTGE AND DISTRICT PLOUfrHIIfr MATCH WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY NEXT, THE 13TH INST., ON NANTBRANE FARM, (ST. LYTHAN'S DOWN). Entries close 8th October, or by Monday morning's Post. THOMAS THOMAS, Chairman. HENRY L. JONES, Secretary. 465] EDWARD REES, AUCTIONEER, Accountant & Auditor. (ESTABLISHED 1877.) MORTGAGE & FINANCE BROKER. HOUSE, LAND & ESTATE AGENT. GENERAL BUSINESS TRANSFER BROKER & MANAGER. Agent for all the best Insurance Offices-Fire, Life, General Accident, Plate Glass. Employers' Liability. Boiler. Engine, and Steam Power, Farm- ing Stocks, Cattle and Horses, and Guarantee Fidelity Offices. VALUATIONS FOR PROBATE, &0., &c., &c. Over 20 Years Experience in the Management of Large and Small Estates. 5, Travis-street, Thompson-street, BARRY DOCK, AND 45, Vere-street, Cadoxton. Barry Dock. Barry, Cadoxton and District Pro- perties Let and Sold. Rents Collected and Pro- perty Managed. Personal attention given. Prompt Settlements. Highest References given. Several Splendid Shops and Premises, suitable for any business, to be Let and for Sale, in best positions in either district; also Villas and Cot- tages. N.B.—Parties desin.us of Letting or Selling their Business Premises, Villas or Cottages, or wishing to dispose of their business either by auc- tion or as going concerns, should send particulars to E. Rees. at 5, Travis-street, Thompson-street. Barry Dock. [457 3 WANTED. WANTED to Sell, or Let on Hire. TWO GOOD CART HORSES and ONE GOOD LIGHT HORSE.—Apply at Danter's, The World's Fair, Penarth-road, Cardiff. [462 TO LET. TO LET, STUMPY HALL, a mile and a half from Barry eight rooms, gig- house and stable, about 1 acre of land.—Apply D. Howell, Colcott Arms, near Barry. [399 HOUSES TO LET.—Rents from 6s. 6d. per week. Apply at the Barry Estate Office, Market Buildings, Barry. [344 FOR SALE. FOR SALE.—A complete PHOTOGRAPHIC APPARATUS and Appliances, suitable for either amateur or professional. Worth £ 10 can be had £ 4 10s.—May be seen at Danter's, The World's Fair, Perarth-roacl, Cardiff. [463 MISCELLANEOUS. /COOPER'S THROAT AND CHEST BALSAM. V_V—Instant Relief from Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, ic. In Bottles Is. each. W. R. HOPKINS. M.P.S., Family and Dispensing Chemist. Barry. [460 MESSRS. ARNOLD LONSDALE & co., of the Gresham Buildings. E.C.. by their Combination System, place the Small Capitalist on the same foot- ing as the lai-ge, and thus enable him to get the same henefits as the big capitalist; in fact, they carry on thoroughly the principle of co-operation. [420 ALSOP, BROADIEAD, BRISTOL. CC> c:C> .s t:2 c:-+- 0 c4q = æ == p = 0:> po. Son 41] Barry Agent Nrs. C. G-rewi, Beer Dealer. fig I PALE mix* ALES. c Hi stov* IN 41 GALLON CASKS FROM 10D. PER GALLON. PORTER AND STOUT FROM Is. PER GALLON. CARDIFF STORES: 9. WORKING-STREET. NEWPORT STORES: COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS. CHEPSTOW STORES: BEAUFORT-SQUARE Cadoxton Agents: South Wales Provision Stores. JACOBUS, CELEBRATED L ONDON rpAILOR, I I ON 96., I,S, iiiiQjT. i j AMEADILY Ii FSFTE. EET' 96, [156;! THE EMPIRE «««» dm* Jfti ifflwmiim Jhoni Jfc. Jfk iL JfaMHfl PALACE OF VARIETIES, CARDIFF, Two Complete Performances Niglitly. Early one 7 o'clock to 0, late one 9 o'clock to 11. ALL ARTISTES APPEAR AT EACH PERFORMANCE. OSWALD STOLL.uv NOTICE. "T1TE REGRET that owing to unforeseen circumstances we shall nos be able to publish a Character Sketch and Portrait of MR. JOHN LOWDON till Next Week, when they will appear without fail.
LOCAL NOTES. —.— THE QUKSTFOX OF FLUSHIXO. On Tuesday last another deputation from the property-owners of the district waited on the Local Board, Mr. George Thomas made another characteristic speech, and the Local Board had another opportunity—which was promptly seized upon—of stultifying itself. The deputation presented a memorial asking the Board to rescind the bye-law which pro- vides that every water-closet should be supplied with anushingapparatus but one of the depu- tation subsequently modified this by saying that the owners only wished to rescind the bye-law for a time." This meant, really, that the Board was asked to keep the bye-law in question in abeyance for a time but this was, as we have frequently pointed out. outside the powers of the Board. The bye-law must be ¡ either rescinded or enforced or, as the Clerk neatly put it," "The bye-law can be enforced as much against as by the Board, for the Board acts in a ministerial, and not a judicial, manner." I PROPEILTY-OVRXENS AX" THE STAR." I Mr. George Thomas and Mr. Jewel Willmma seized the opportunity to make a violent attack on the South Wale.* Star. We have no desire to shirk criticism. We have always endeavoured to act fairly and honestly. On all matters of public and local importance we have spoken with no uncertain sound. We have never tried to trim our sails to every passing breeze we have always given our honest and candid opinion on all matters of public interest. In acting thus, wo are prepared to cxepect adverse,, and sometimes hostile and bitter, criticism. 1 This will not deter us, however, from acting up to our responsibility as the organ of the public of Barry, and endeavour to give our readers not only a fair and unbiassed report of public meetings, but also our candid advice and opinion on passing events. We feel sure that this is the more honourable and the more politic course to follow, and that even those who least agree with us will give us credit for fairness and honesty. We are not, therefore, surprised that Mr- George Thomas, who iis, accordincrto his own statement, the advocate of the property- owners on the Board, should have attacked us for the part we have taken in the question. HOW THEY MET THE CHARGE. We cannot, however, commend Mr. Thomas either for the tone or the substance of his criticism. The head and front of our offend- ing seems to have been, that we have accused Messrs. George Thomas. William Thomas, of Barry, and Jewel Williams with being largely interested, directly or indirectly, in house-pro- perty in the district. Mr. George Thomas frankly admitted tli!,t lie was not ashamed to advocate the claims of the property-owners, who were both ratepayers and electors. We have nothing to advance against this. Mr. Thomas is at perfect liberty to speak for pro- perty-owners, nor does ;ch an action carry with it a shadow of disho our. But our quarrel j with Mr. Thomas is that he assumes to speak