DRINK I GALORE IRISH WHISKY. Sold at the Principal Bars in the Town. War- ranted Pare and Wholesome Spirit, a Blend of the Finest Dublin Whiskies. Vide Analytical report. SOLE PROPRIETORS: .J (JAREY AND CO., QUEEN-STREET, CARDIFF. ALSO SOLE AGENTS I?0R- DEUTZ fc GELDERMANN, ERNEST IRROY AND RUINARrs CHAMPAGNE. BOTTLERS OF BASS'S ALES & GUINNESS STOUT. Teiephone 593. Telegraphic Address, Galore.[207 -u. G.H.B. /& GOLDEN nop BITTER (IAGHT DINNER AIIIE IS. PER GALLON. /i/ £ 0 rv_v SunsRTon PALE ALE— Is. 2d. Per Gallen. A MILD ALES— Jtrv m Per Gallon. /cN STOUT— u-2cL per Gallon- IX GALLON CASKS IN GALLON CASKS AND UPWARDS. [285 EL HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN BEER. "TIle Fine OM Welsh Drink." HEALTHFUL AND PALATABLE. Mad." Entirely from HERBS, HOPS, & FRUIT. A SIXPENNY BOTTLE WILL MAKE SIX TO EIGHT GALLONS. SOLD BY ALL GROCERS AND STORES. Manufactured by MORGAN W. JAMES. LLANELLY. Agents in Africa, America, and Other Countries. EDWARD REES, AUCTIONEER, Accountant & Auditor. (ESTABLISHED 1877.) MORTGAGE & FINANCE BROKER. HOUSE, LAND & ESTATE AGENT. GENERAL BUSINESS TRANSFER BROKER & VALUER. Apr«nt for all the best Insurance Offiees-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, &c., kc., &c. Ov-er 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. Rente 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 desirous of Letting or Selling, their Business Premises, Villas or Cottages, or wishing to dispose of their'business either by auc- "ion er as going concerns, should send particulars to E. Rees. at 5, Tjca vis-street, Thompson-street. Barry Dock. [457 SITUATIONS VACANT. LADYLIKE Home Employment. Good weekly Incomes can be made by the Automatic Knitting Machine, cash or hire terms: work supplied.—S.R. Company, 67. Southwark-street, London, 8.E.; Agency, 33, Oxford-street, Swansea. WANTED. > WANTED, 50 WORKMEN to TIuy 50 Pairs of Real ARMY BLUCHERS, at 4s. lid. per Pair, at Jones's Noted Boot Repairing Shop, Market Buildings, Barry. -l^OREMEN, TIMK-KEEPERS, and others, J? wanted to start BVINSON'S WATCH CLUBS for the supply of good, sound, and reliable Time- Keepers at a moderate price. Terms liberal. Par- « ticulars and pamphlets post free. J. W. BENSON, Originator of the Club System (40 years ago). 62 and 34, LUDGATE HILL, E.C -> TO LET. CIO UN TRY APARTMENTS. — Two Sitting > Rooms with Three or Four Bedrooms.— Apply Hebble H<iuse, Cauoxton.. LTANSANNOR COURT, COWBRIDGE, GLA- MORG ANSIII1? B, to be LXT, Furnished or Unfurcised, for Tc-rizi of Years as may he agreed ulJon, nith or without Exec'lc^t Shooting. There are g >od Golf Link?. Apply Messrs. Stephenson and Alexander, High- street", Cardiff; or Mr. W. V. Huntley, Welsh St. Doa&t's, Caw bridge. MUSIC. -:r- "TjIDR SALE.—Very Good Toned VIOLIN. rrith JL Bow, Case. »r>'l fiKtrnot^ £ 2 5s.-Z, OSi«, Ca iustvn. j | ARTISTIC FUMITTIB.E lAJfTJEACTUREES. TRAPKELL AID G AN E, | THE BEST AND MOST ECONOMICAL I H 0 U S E FURNISHERS IN THE WEST OF ENGLAND AND SOUTH WALES. ^RTISTIC JpURNITURE. ■' J^CONOMIC JpURNITURE. | ELL-MADE FURNITURE. JNEXPENSIVE JlURNITURE. i -f 1 Jb SHOW ROOMS FOR WALES: I 38 & 41, QUEEN STREET, CARDIFF, i JOINING-ROOM JpURNITURE. JJEDROOM JpURNIT^RE. JQRAWING-ROOM JVjRNITURE. JJOUDOIR JpiIRNITURE. JgREAKF AST-ROOM J^URNITURE. JglLLIARD-ROOM JpURNITURE. ITCII EN JpURNITURE. JJOTEL JU7RNITURE. OUR MUCH RENOWNED '%T 7TT% m COTTAGE FURNITURE DEPARTMENT, 38, QUEEN-STREET, CARDIFF. I TRAPNELL & GANE, Complete House Furnishers, Carpet and Linoleum Warehousemen, 31 & 41, QUEEN STREET, CARDIFF. ALSO AT COLLEGE GIIEEN, BRTSTOL; COMMERCIAL STREET, NEWPORT. CATALOGUES FREE. ESTIMATES FREE. ALL GOODS CARRIAGE PAID TO THE NEAREST RAILWAY STATION. [239 m -u u WALTER SHOWELL and SON, Ltd., CROSSWELL'S BREWERY, OLDBURY, BIRMINGHAM. CELEBRATED CROSSWELL'S ALES. MAY BE HAD IN BARREL OR BOTTLE FROM THE AGENT— R. O. JONES, ■ V; ■' GROCER AND PROVISION MERCHANT, WESTMINSTER STORES, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCK. FINE PALE ALE FROM 10D. PER GALLON. > Either 4 £ Gallon 9 Gallon, 18 and upwards. i LOOK! LOOK!! LOOK! Ii WHAT'S COMING. THE RENOWNED 'WORLD'S FAIR,' FR-IM PENARTH ROAD, CARDIFF, Where they have had a very successful stay during this last year. Comprising the Celebrated GALLOPING HORSES. AMERICAN SWINGS and BOATS. ARIEL SWITCHBACK RAILWAY, SHOOTING SALOONS. COCOANUT BOWLING. AUNT SALLIES, FINE ART EXHIBITION, WAXWORK COLLECTION, and BOSTOCR'S FAMOUS MENAGERIE. The whole forming a vast Combination of Amusements, never before see a in this District, will • „ positively commence '■ ON SATURDAY, APRIL 22ND, 1893, FOR THREE WEEKS ONLY. The whole beautifully Illuminated Every Evening with the New Patent Star Light, on the Large Open Ground, OPPOSITE THE GAS WORKS, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCK. The South Wales and SJoamontlishire School j of Ifusie, Cardiff. Patron—THE MOST NOBLE THE MARQUESS OF BUTE. Principal—JOSEPH PARRY, Esq., Mus. Doc. j MR. MENDELSSOHN PARRY (La.te Professor at the Harrow Music School and Deputy Professor at the Guildhall School of Mysic, London.") has made arrangements to Visit Cardiff and BARRY weekly, to give PIANOFORTE LESSONS in connection with the above Institution. For further particulars apply to, the Secretary, South | Wales and Monmouthshire School of Mus-c. Queen- street, Cardiff, or Mendelssohn Parry, 31, James'- square, Notting Hill. London, W. IDDESLEIGH HALL, LATE THEATRE ROYAL, CADOXTON. T 0 LET FOR DRAMATIC ENTERTAIN- MENTS, CONCERTS, BALLS, BAZAARS, MEETINGS, &c. TERMS MODERATE. Apply, L. BARNETT, G. CAROLINE-STREET, CARDIFF. BRISTOL CHANNEL PASSENGER SERVICE, 1-) LIMITED. ])A.I'i.Y SET!.TICK CARDIFF and WESTON bv fclM* .SALOON SSeamer D Y IIAILLJ AUET. LK.WK C.VRDI1M- LK.VVK WESTOX. SAT., April 29. — 7.30 u.-rn., SAT., April 20. — BJ0 a.m., 3.0 p.m. 8 40 p.m. MOX., Mav 1. — S.15, a.m., MO.V., May 1. -9.15, a.m., 3.50 5.45 p.m. ¡ 4.50. 7.30 p.in. it: 2.-C.i'5a.:«.. 4.20, TrKS., Way 2. 8.45 a.m., 6.30 i'.1ll. 5.20. 3.0 1'.m. •„ WKJ)., .'[iiy. 3. 9.20,• a.m., VVKD., May 3.-10.15 a.m., 4.30. 8.30 ,p.vu. E 30, 8.0 p.m. THT'RR.. M».y 4.-2.20, 11.15 TUCKS.. M;iy 4.—10.10 a.m., n.m., 5.45 I'ii. 4.45, 7.30 p.m. PRT., May 5. — 9.3C, 11.30 FHL, Miv 5.— 10.30 am., a.m" G 15 p.m. 5.15,7.3.0 p.m. F-vr 1'11;1 !"u-ti".¡)ar3 FTC Rills. KDW AKD ROBESTSOK & CO, Agents, IC5, Bute Dock. Cardiff. NorrICE. I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that EDWARD f ADAMS and ROBERT ELLIS, trading as ADAMS & CO., Hauliers, have this day DIS- SOLVED PARTNERSHIP, and that the business will be carried on by EDWARD ADAMS, 16, Quarella-street, Cad oxton. (Signed) EDWARD ADAMS. Dated April 11th. 1893. I CIYIL SERVICE APPOINTMENTS. Age 15 to 25 ladies under 20. Salaries ranging from £ 80 to 4^400. Candidates wanted for Higher and Lower Divisions, Customs, Excise, Telepraph Learners, &c. Preparation by Correspondence conducted by a staff of 20 tutors. Over 11,000 Successes in 7 years. Unexcelled., Reduced Ilces to Students joining Classes now. Prospectus Free from the Secretary, British Correspondence College, Queen's Road, New CW38 Gate, London, S.E. Whenever I have symptoms of Hoarseness coming on, I always fly to my favourite remedy, LEWIS'S PKCTORAL BALSAM, take a dose or two. and am tght Is. lid. and 2s. 3d. per bottle. WHY? WHY? WHY?—Why should peopJe suffer from Liver Complaints? Why complain nf Indiges tion ? Why 'bear the Pains of Disordered Stomach ? Why be wearied with Weak Nerves? Why he dis- tressed with Skin Diseases ? Why endure Hea daehe ? Why be troubled with Bad Blood? Wiiy be tortured with Rheumatism ? Why be a martyr to Fits, Ecs/.ema, Piles ? When Hughes's Blood Pills will Boon relieve yon from every trouble. Sold by every Chemist and dealer in Patent Mecicines at la lkcl., 8d., and 4s. Sd.—Advt. "To follow a good example is praiseworthy, but to offer a serious imitation of a good medicinal prepara- tion, in order to profit thereby and defraud the public, is a mean and despicable act. Avoid imitations of Gwilym Evans' Bitters, many of wrbich arc being palmed upon the public as genuine Quinine Bitters. See advt. page. [25 The rate of Subscription to the SOUTH WALES ST A It; posted to addresses within the United Kingdom, payable in advance, is as follows:- One Year. 6s. ad. Half-year 3e. 3d. One-Quarter is. 3d IDDESLEIGH HALL, i (LATE THEATRE ROYAL, CADOXTON). Proprietors BARNETT&SONS. TIE BAMY &AMICK" I HISTEIOIIO SOCIETY i WILL GIVE THEIR I 0 T FIRST T PERFORMANCE l f ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 10th, I IN AID OF THE SUFFERERS BY THE RECENT GREAT WESTERN COLLIERY DISASTER 1 ¡ AT PONTYPRIDD. To Commence with the Famous .1 TRIAL SCENE ¡- From the "MERCHANT OF VENICE," Followed by that Screaming Comedy Farce, "MY WIFE'S MAID, j INTERSPERSED WITH VOCAL AND I INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. THE BARRY STRING BAND have kindly con- ¡ sented to render Selections of Music. For Full Casts and Particulars see window bills. Tickets obtainable from the Stage Manager, Hun. Sec. (Star Office), or Mr. L. Thomas, Hon. Treasurer and Acting Manager, Metropolitan and South Wales Bank, Cadoxton. Admission :—Reserved Seats. 2s. 5d, Stalls, 2s.; Pit and Balcony, Is. Gallery, 6d. Stage Manager Mr. W. H. Taylor. Hon. Sec. Mr. F. Cornish. Barry House, Barry, near Cardiff. MESSRS. STEPHENSON and ALEXANDER Jkyi. are instructed by S. H. Romilly. Esq., to SELL by AUCTION, at the Angel Hotel. Cardiff, on SATURDAY, the 6th May, 1893. at Four o'clock in Afternoon, the compact, comfortable, and exceedingly pleasantly situated Residence, known as Barry House," Formerly occupied by the late Colonel Romilly, and containing entrarce-hall, with outside lobby, dininjr, drawing, and mo-ning rooms, kitchen and domestic offices on the first floor, (five bedrooms and w.c. on second floor, four bedrooms and boxroom on the fh rd fo"r, and wine and ale cellars, meat larders, coal cellars, &c. in the basement The outside premises comprise three stall stables and eoaci- iKiu&e, with two living rooms over for groom or coach man; also ash-house, wood house, tool house, and game larder, &c. There is also a, gardener's cottage. The House is near the Parish Church, on the southern slope of the hill, with well-laid-out grounds, and com- manding fine views of the surrounding country, Channel, and English coast, and being within five minutes' walk of the Barry Terminus on the Barry Railway system. The Property which is about three acres in extent is Leasehold, and is held for the residue of a t.-i m of 99 years, from 1st May, 18S3, at a peppercorn rent. Early possession will be given. Particulars. Plans, Conditions, and Orders to view, may be obtained upon application to the Auctioneers, 5, High-street, Cardiff; R. Forrest, Esq., St. Fagans" near-Cardiff ;• or to W. H. Lewis, Esq., Solicitor, I Cardiff. I BARRY DOCK, BARRY. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. I SALE OF LEASEHOLD VILLA RESIDENCES. MESSRS. STEPHENSON AND ALEXANDER are instructed to SELI^ by AUCTION, at Culley's Hotel, Barry Dock, on THURSDAY, the 1st June next, at 7.30 p.m., Eighteen Substantially Erected Leasehold Villa Residences, f Situate in Kingsland-crescent, Barry Dock, being "within the immediate vicinity of the Railway Station at Barry Dock. pnd also within fifteen minutes' walk of the Dock itself. Further particulars will appear in future advertise- ments. •In the nieautime all particulars may bfi obtained upon application to the Auctioneers, 5 High-street, upon application to the Auctioneers, 5 High-street, Cardiff, or to J. A. Hughes, Esq., 24 "Solicitoi Barry. SAIE 0JF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD j MESSUAGES j ATCADOXTON-JUXTA-BARRY, BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE. MR. MORGAN MORGAN ha received instruc- J tions to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Wenvoe Arms,1 Cadoxton-juxta-Barry, on FRIDAY, the 5th day of May, 1893, at Seven o'clock p.m. (subject to Conditions to be then and there produced) all that desirable LEASEHOLD VILLA, together with the large Orchard and Garden held therewith, situate at Cadoxton-juxta-Barry, and known as Meadow View. And also all that Cottage at the rear of Meadow View Villa, and known as Moss Cottage. The whole of the above Property is held under lease for a terra of 99 years from the 15th day of May, 1889. at, a yearly ground rent of A:7 14s., and will be offered in One Lot. For Further Particulars apply to JOSEPH HENRY JONES, Esq., I Solicitor, St. Mary-street, Cardiff, Or to the Auctioneer, Albert-chambers, High-street, Cardiff.
Births, Carriages, Deaths. MARRIAGE. HARRY—LLEWELLYN. -On the 25th inst., at the Plassey-street Baptist Chapel, Penarth, by the Rev. W. G. Davies. the Rev. Lewis T. Harry, Baptist minister, Kidderminster, to Katherine (Cassy). eldest daughter of Mr. Jenkyn Llewellyn Penarth. DEATHS. HIISTDERSON.—On the 22nd ult., at his residence, Malvern House, Albert-road, Penarth, John Henderson, aged 75. REES.—On the 21st insfc., at Fonmon, John Rees, aged 82. Buried at Penmark. JARVIS.—On the Itith inst., at 31, Fryatt-street,. Barry Dock. Daisy Jarris. daughter of John Jarvis, aged 3 years. DAviES.—On the 15th inst.. at 3. Gilbert-street, Cadoxton, Janet Davies. daughter of Thomas Davies, coal tipper. aged 11 years. FAULKNER.—On the 17th inst.. at 5, Llewellyn- street, Cadoxton, Clementina Faulkner, daughter of Joseph Faulkner, labourer, aged 1 month. HOWELLS.—On the Itith inst.. at 11. Travis.street, Barry Dock. Sophia Howells, daughter of Wm. Howells, sailor, aged 15 years. .TOKEs.On the lUth inst., at Dinas Powis, Clara Jones, daughter of Samuel Jones, platelayer, agea 22 months. ■x FLEA, n. fle (Ger. floh Icel, flo, a. flea) a small insect of a very dark brown colour, surprisingly nimble, and very troublesome by its bite.— Dictionary. KILLEM f~KILLEM!! j Will clear a house full of insects after one applica- tion. Bugs, Fleas, Beetles, Cockroaches, Mosquitos, Moth in fur and every species of Insects consume it with avidity, after which their dead bodies can be swept up and consigned to the devouring element, It is a necessity in every Household, especially during the hot weather. Soltlin Tim at Id. 3d. and 6d. each. Only .Depot: j H. J. OWEN, Chemist, VERE-STREET, CADOXTON. 0- I MESSRS. I CHAPPELL & CO., J Wiqe aqd Spirit merchants, | 11, THOMPSON-STREET, j J BARRY DOCK. I Agents for the Celebrated ANGLO-BAVARIAN BEER M. I ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED. I THE EMPIRE PALACE OF VARIETIES, CARDIFF. '<f"' Two Complete Performances Nightly..Early one 7 o'clock to 9, late one 9 o'clock to 11. ALL ARTISTES APPEAR AT EACH PEKFORMAXCE. OSWALD STOLL.ru. -+- EDUCATIONAL. THE COURT BOARDING AND DAY -B- SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, CADOXTON- BARRY. PRINCIPAL MISS SMALL, Assisted by Trained and Certificated English and Foreign Governesses, and the following Visiting Professors :— Professors :— Mr. J. E. Deacon (Cardiff) ..Music and Singing Mrs. Aldana (Penarth) .Drawing and Painting Fraiilein Willms French and German Mr. H. de Boer .Violin Private Lessons given in Drawing, Painting, Music, Singing. French, and German. Pupils pre- pared for the. Local Examinations. Class for Little Boys. Next Term begins May 4th, 1893. Prospectus on application. + MEDICAL. PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR LADIES.-For P Terras, &c., write to the StiperintendentlVa,- ringt anj Lodge,Warwick-road,Mad Vale, London, W p
BARRY AND CADOXTON LOCAL BOARD. TO CONTRACTORS. PjpHE LOCAL BOARD for the District of Barry and Cadoxton in the County of Glamorgan desire to obtain Tenders for the construction of the Barry Outfall Sewers consisting of 713 yards of 4ft. Gin. by 3ft. Brick Sewer 711 yards of 5ft. by 3ft 4in. Brick Sewer 516 feet of 24in., and 920 feet of 7in. Cast Iron Tidal Outfalls, together with supplementary Pipe Sewers, Manholes, Lamp- boiea, and Storm Overflows. Plans, Sections, and Details can be seen at 15. Great George-street, Westminister, on application to Mr. C. R. Walker, the Engineer to the Local Board, or at the Local Board Office, Vere-street, Cadoxton, near Cardiff. «. op.•••• of Specification and Bill of Quantities and Key Plan can be obtained from the Engineer or from Mr. J. C. Pardoe, the Surveyor of the Board, on and after TUESDAY, the 18th April in exchange for cheque or P.O.O. for Two Guineas. which will be returned on receipt of a bona-tif7,- Tender. Sealed Tenders properly endorsed must be de- livered to the undersigned not later than Monday. the Hth Mav. The Local Board do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender, and no expenses. in relation to any Tender will be allowed. By Order of the Board, J. ARTHUR HUGHES, Looxu Board Office, Clerk 12th April, 1893.
BARRY AND CAD OXTON LOCAL j BOARD. \Tvl'1':i- IS HEREBY GIVEN thafc all Water Glosets in the district of the above Board must, be supplied with proper FLUSHING | CISTERNS, as set forth in the Bye-laws, and that | on and after the 1st day of May, 1893, this regulation will be enforced. By Order, J. ARTHUR HUGHES, Clerk. Local Board Office, 26th April, 1893.
BARRY AGAIN TO THE FRONT. W12 are pleased to record the fact that the Barry f.district is to be honoured this year by the Federated Chambers of Trade, which body propose to hold their annual meeting at the Royal Hotel on the first day of June. With those who feel interested in the future prosperity of this rising district, we think that the visit of the Federated Chambers of Trade will do much to help Barry in its onward march, and we feel sure that the residents of this district, and more 'especially the business portion of the community, will do all in their power to assist the Barry and District Chamber of Trade in making the visit as successful as possible. Much depends upon the impression made on June the 1st, upon the business minds of those who will assemble here, and all should work with a will in making that impression1 a lasting and beneficial one to this district. Of one thing our local Chamber of Trade can rest assured, the Barry Company—we feel confident in saying so -will do all they can to help the district, not only on that particular day, but at all times. But a few words respecting the questions to be discussed at this annual meeting of the Federated Chambers of Trade. The question of Railway Rates naturally occupies a prominent position on the agenda, of those whose very existence is dependent upon the facilities in every respect afforded of placing various commodities upon the market. All will admit that there is scarcely any question which has caused so much agitation as that of the railway rates. B trry has taken up a very prominent position in that agitation, and the Chamber of Trade have done all they can in this question, the action taken by them having entailed heavy expenses. Although the motion on the agenda, originates in the Aberearn Chamber of Trade we think the general body of members will find many gentlemen in the Barry district capable anI willing to assist in dis- cussing with them the best means of dealing with this question. The Barry Chamber of Trade is well to the front, and has placed several important questions on the agenda for discussion The need of better facilities to get from the colliery districts to the seaboard" is a question which affects a much larger area than the Barry dis- trict, which, of course, is adjacent to the sea. On every hand the necessity of these better facilities has been felt, and is not B irry at the present time agitating and impressing upon the railway companies that at present there is no direct means of communication for passengers, from this part of the coast to the colliery districts. The Federated Chambers are alive to the fact that every district will benefit by the railway companies affording them increased facilities for inter-communication. Barry, again, raises the question of the import and export trade facilities in South Wales. In many respects South Wales is behind other parts of the United Kingdom in this re- spect, and not only will B-trry, a,3 a port, benefit considerably by any steps taken in this direc- tion, but the whole of South Walea would feel the effect in a beneficial mariner. With regard to the question of the need of better communication from South Wales to London," much has been said and written in the past. On every hand it is admitted that the communication now provided between South Wales and London is not what it should be, and the various Chambers of Commerce have repeatedly touched upon the question. Nothing has come from the promises niade, on paper, from the Post Office Department, but it is new stated that the claims made for better postal facilities are so strong that nothing can be