CLOTHING, CHEAPEST AND BEST, MADE TO MEASURE OR READY FOR IMMEDIATE WEAR. BEST VARIETY IN THE DISTRICT IN Men's, Youths', and Boys' Suits, Trousers, ^PSl? Hats, Caps, Hosiery, Ties, Umbrellas, Gloves, Football Clothing, &c., &c. MBSSBL BESPOKE TAILORING Is now Replete with a Choice Selection of the Ad&h. NEWEST CLOTHS in West of Etigland, SCOTCH AND IRISH TWEEDS, -S, BLACK VICUNAS, CURLS, WORSTEDS, OVERCOATINGS, etc., &c. SUITS TO MEASURE, 25s" 30s., 358., to 60s. TROUSERS, 7s. 6¿., 10s. 6d., 128. 6d., to 218. BEST FIT AND GUARANTEED. LLOYD & Company, The Cadoxton and Barry Dock Clothiers, 72, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCK. I 25, MAIN STREET, CADOXTON
PUBLIC HEALTH ACT, 1875. REGISTER OF OWNERS FOR THE DISTRICT OF BARRY AND CADOXTON. XOTICE OF TIME FOR MAKING CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS. I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that all PERSONS who are entitled to VOTE as OWNERS or PR ,»XI!iS at the ELECTION OF MEMBERS of the LOCAL BOARD for the DISTRICT of BARRY and CADOXTON, and who are not on the Register of Owners and Proxies now in force, or who, being on the Register, do not retain the qualification or the address described therein, and who are desirous to have their names inserted in the Register about to be made for the said District, and all persons who are desirous of objecting to any name on the Register now in force, are hereby reqaired to give or send to me, on some one of the first six days of March next, a claim or objection [«.? the eat? vug M in th3 Form hereunder set forth. (Signed) P. J. O'DONNELL, Chairman of the Local Board. Bated this 22nd day of February, 1894. OWNER'S CLAIM. To the Chairman of the Local Board for the District of Barry and Cadoxton. This day of 1894. I, the unde-signed, claim to have my Name inserted ia the Register of Owners and Proxies for the district of Barry and Cadoxton, pursuant to the provisions of the Public Health Act, 1875, as Owner of Ae Property hereinafter described, which is situated in the Parish of that is to sa.y (rr) I also scare that the Interest or Estate which I have in such Property, and the amount of all the Rent- serviee which I receive or pay in respect thereof, and the names of the Persons from whom I receive or to whom I pay such Rent-service, are set forth in the Form hereunder written. In respect of which And in respect of which i And in respect of which Description of I have an Estate I receive in Re*t-serviceL J I pay in Rent-service T s Property <b) or Interest ol: the sum of K 1 the sum of (c) w* err £ -d. £ s. d. I _j Signature of Claimant. Address (A) of Claimant. « Here insert a clear Statement of the Property as House "Building," House and Acres of Land." b Describe the Property by its Xame, Situation, or the Name of the Occupier, or any other designation by which it may be identified. e Describe the Estate or Interest, as an estate infer situple. or f reehold. a term, of years, and also whether it is held by the claimant solely or jointly with others, and in the case of a Partner claiming, insert the number and names of the other Partners in the Firm. I d If the Property is let by the Owner, insert the amount of Rent received from each Tenant. e Insert Name of Tenant or Tenants. f If the Owner is a lessee paying Rent, insert the I amount of all Rent he pays. fl Insert the name of the Lessor. It This need- not be the Owner's residence; but I should be some address within the District. A Partner must set out the amount of Rent-service which he would receive or pay if the qualifying property were equally divided among his co-partners and himself. CLAIM OF PROXY. To the Chairman of the Local Board for the District of Barry and Cadoxton. This day of 1894. I the undersigned, having been appointed by of Owner [or Owners] of the property hereinafter described, which is situated in the Parish of L to vote as his f or their] Proxy, pursuant to the provisions of the Public Health Act, 1875, claim to have my name inserted in the Register of Owners and Proxies for the District of Barry and Cadoxton as such Proxy. I herewith transmit to you (a) the writing under the hand [or hands, or in the ease of a Corporation the seal] of appointing me such Proxy. I also state that the-Interest or Estate which has [or have] in such property and the amount of the Rent-service which he [or they] receives [or receive] or pays [_<»' pay] in respect thereof and the names of the persons from whom he [or they] receives Lllr receive], or to whom he Lor they] pays t c?' pay] such Rent-service are set forth in the Form hereunder written. — :[n respect of which] And in respect of which Aud in respect of Description of Pro-! the Appointor has the Appointor iFrora(e)! which the APPointor nertv (b) !an Estate or Interest.receives in Rent-service! v pays in Rent-service iTo (g) of (<•) the sum of (</) the sum of Jif) 1-1- £ s. d., £ j s. d. ■ I ¡ I Signature of Proxy. Address (/*) of Proxy. # If the appointment itself is not sent, insert the words all attested copy of." b Describe the Property by its Name, Situation, or Name of the Occupier, or any other designation by which it may be identified. c Describe the Estate or Interest, as an estate infer simple, of freehold, a talll of gear*, and whether it is held by the Appointor solely or jointly with others. d If the Property is let by the Appointor, insert the amount of rent received from each Tenant. 't tq e Insert Name of Tenant or Tenants. f If the Appointor is a Lessee paying Rent, insert I the amount of all the rent lie pays. g Insert the Name of the Lessor. It This need not be the Proxy's Residence, but should be some address within the District. FORM OF OBJECTION. To the Chairman of the Local Board for the District of Barry and Cadoxton. This day of 1894. I herebv O'ive vou. Notice that I object to the name of the person mentioned and described below being retained on the Register of Owners and Proxies for the District of Barry and Cadoxton. j Christian and Surname of Natme of Qualification Description (in case of the Owner or Proxy Address as described. as described. Proxy) of Appointor. objected to. I j j i ¡-I Signature of Objector. Address of Objector. ]
Makes "Boots and Harness » -r IT*. O' waterproof as a. duck's back, | f\ I j and soft as velvet. Adds three times to the wear and allows polishing. 17 GOLD MEDAL Exhibition Highest Awards. ¡ Tins 2d, 6d, 1/, and 2/6, of I T~rT>T>T1\Tall Bootmaker?, Jtonnon JJ L 15-Oii^ gera, Saddlers, &c. COOPER'S THROAT AND CHEST BALSAM, —Instant Relief from Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, ifcc. In Bottles Is. each. W. R. HOPKINS. M.P.S., Family and Dispensing Chemist, Barry f460 PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, executed with neatness and dispatch, at the Barry Dock S'ezcs ollice, 137, Holton Road, Barry Dock. H ■; TRAPNELL AND GANE, 35 and 38, Queen Street, CARDIFF. The Oldest, Largest, Cheapest, and Most Reliable House Furnishers in Wales. SPECIAL SHOWROOMS, NOW COMPLETED, Are well stocked with every requisite, and, notwithstanding the recent enormous advance in raw materials, T. & G., through having placed large forward contracts, are able to offer goods in every department AT OLD PRICES, which cannot be beaten, therefore, those requiring either to furnish a house, or to purchase a single article, should not do so before seeingour immense stock for themselves. DINING ROOM SUITES, Y,4 iOs to £25. DRAWING ROOM SUITES, 95 10s to £32. BEDROOM SUITES, from Y,6 5s to £55, in all sizes and all woods ENDLESS VARIETY OF CHAIRS, TADLE3, COUCHES, GLASSES. BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. A Splendid Full-sized BEDSTEAD, with Brass Rail complete, for 21S. FENDERS AND FIRE-IRONS AT ALL PRICES. Warehouse and Showroomsfor CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, RUGS, dec., 38, QUEEN STREET, CARDIFF, AND AT BRISTOL AND NEWPORT. TRAPNELL AND GANE. E. BARRY U.D. SCHOOL BOARD. rjpENDERS are hereby invited for the supply of 1. BOOKS, APPARATUS, & STATIONERY. 2. KINDERGARTEN MATERIALS. 3. NEEDLEWORK MATERIALS. for the children (about 2,500) attending the Schools under the Board for Year ending March 25th, 1895, and must include free delivery to the different schools. Firms may tender either separately or for the whole of the above items 1, 2, and 3. The Board do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender.or the whole of any tender. Tenders, endorsed Tender for Books, Apparatus, &c. must reach this office not later than Friday, March 16th, 1894. By Order, W. H. LEWIS, School Board Offices, Clerk. Barry Dock. H A R R Y S COMMERCIAL HOTEL & RESTAURANT, COFFEE, GRILL, AND DINING-ROOMS, OPPOSITE THE Custom House & Post-office, BARRY DOCK, ROBERT HARRY, Proprietor. THE FINEST AND BEST SELECTION OF WEDDING, KEEPER, AND It" ENGAGEMENT RINGS, ALSO JEWELLERY, CLOCKS, & PLATE, Of all Kinds at H. B. CROUCH'S, 16, St. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF See Window Before Purchasing Elsewhere. In the Matter of the Companies' Acts, 1862 to 1890, AND OF The Holton Land and Building Company, Limited. AT an Extrdordinarv General Meeting of the Members of the above-named Company, duly convened and held at the Angel Hotel, in the County of the Borough of Cardiff, on the 22nd day of February, 1894, the following EXTRAOR- DINARY RESOLUTIONS were duly passed, vi?. (1) That it has been proved to the satisfaction of this Meeting that the Company cannot, by reason of its liabilities, continue its business, and that it is advisable to wind-up the same and, accordingly, that the Com- pany be wound-up voluntarily, under Sub- section 3, Section 129, of the Companies' Acts, 1862. (2) That John Arthur Hughes, of Cadoxton, Solicitor, be and is hereby appointed Liquidator to conduct the winding up, with full power to do all things necessary or expedient for carrying into effect. this resolution. JOHN WILLIAMS, Chairman. Signed by the said JOHN WILLIAMS in the presence of J. ARTHUR HUGHES, Solicitor and Commissioner for Oaths. In the matter of the Companies' Acts, 1862 to 1893. AND OF The Holton Land & Building I Company, Limited. THE CREDITORS of the above-named Com. pany are required, on or before the 12th day of April, 1X94, to send their Names and Ad- dresses, and the particulars of their Debts or Claims, and the Names of their Solicitors (if any), to the under-mentioned, J. Arthur Hughes, of 61, Vere-street, Cadoxton-juxta-Barry, in the County of Glamorgan, Solicitor, the Liquidator of the said Company, and, if so required, by notice in writing from the said Liquidator are, by their Solicitors or personally, to come in and prove their said debts or claims, at such time and place as shall be specified in such notice, or in default thereof they will be excluded from the benefit of any distribution made before such debts are paid. Dated this 1st day of March, 1894. J. ARTHUR HUGHES, Liquidator. THE FINEST BUSINESS SITE IN THE TOWN. BARRY DOCK. IN THE COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN. SALE OF VALUABLE BUSINESS PREMISES. MR. JOHN YOUNG will SELL BY PUBLIC '.l AUCTION at the VICTORIA HOTEL, Holton-road, Barry Dock, on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7th, .1894, at Three, for Four in the After- noon (subject to conditions of Sale to be then produced and read) all that Valuable CORNER BUSINESS PREMISES, DWELLING-HOUSE, YARD, CELLARS, AND STABLES, Situate in Holton-road and Regent-street, Barry Dock, and facing Thompson-street, being the most prominent and noticeable Site in the centre of the main street of the town. The Property is of great depth, good frontage, and convenient in every respect, and is held for a term of 99 years from the 1st day of May, 1889 (less three days), at a yearly rental of £ 7 10s. Od. Large Shop, kitchens, six bedrooms, bathroom (hot and cold water), yard, coach-house, and stables. The Auctioneer invites the special attention of Merchants, Tradesmen, and Investors to this eligible Property, and especially in view of the proposed New Dock and Vale of Glamorgan Railways. Possession of the Premises may be had imme- diately, the owner having declined tenants prior to offering for Sale. SPECIAL.—The sum of Al,000 may remain on Mortage at 4.1 per cent. A fair rental for the Property is about £100 per annum. For further particulars and to view, apply to the Auctioneer, at his offices, No. 1, Tredegar Chambers, Newport, or to Messrs Kelly and Com pany, Holton-road, Barry Dock, or to Messrs LLEWELLYN and MOORE, Solicitors, Newport. Gequine Garden aqd Flower SEEDS. H. J. OWEN, CHEMIST, VERE ST., CADOXTON-BARRY. _0
BARRY AND DISTRICT NURSING ASSOCIATION. Count that day lost Whose low descending sun Views from thy hand No worthy action done. MOST of our readers will be specially interested in reading the report published in another column of the annual meeting of the Barry and District Nursing Asso- ciation held a few days ago. The report presented to the meeting was a highly satisfactory one, embodying a brilliant record of work accomplished by the nursing staff and the general body of promoters last year. There are, however, one or two points which we desire to call special attention to. The number of visits paid during 1893 by the nursing staff to the sick within the entire area of ten parishes covered by the association, and representing a population of fully 17,000 inhabitants, was no less than 1G,774, these visits being paid to 623 patients, of whom the gratify- ing total of 429 recovered. Each case last year cost the association the sum of 14s 2d, and every visit a little under 6id, so that it will be seen the 2 committee must experience a considerable amount of difficulty in obtaining by voluntary means a sufficient amount of subscriptions to maintain the association in a satisfactory financial position. While agreeing with the committee that special thanks are undoubtedly due to the Barry Trades' Council, the Friendly Societies of the district, and others for the valuable assistance rendered by them during the year, still we are also inclined to express concurrence with General Lee in his remark that the general public of the large district affected do not support the institution with that degree of liberality and enthusiasm which the sterling merits of the movement, and the self- j denying fidelity of the nursing staff,: so richly demand. We earnestly hope, therefore, that henceforth the NursingJ g, Association will be better supported than it has been hitherto and specially do we urge upon the working classes their duty to contribute towards the funds as much as they can possibly afford, because they can scarcely hope to enjoy the advantages which the association provide without expressing their appreciation in as tangible and useful manner possible in return. We cannot close our com- ments this week on this important subject-however brief they may be- without also echoing the feeling' ex- pressed by the meeting in favour of the establishment of a Cottage Hospital for the district. There can be do doubt, as stated by Mr John Cory, that an institution of this kind is urgently needed at Barry, where accident cases may be treated without resorting to the present inconvenient and extremely irksome system of sending the sufferers by road to Cardiff. SHEBEENING AND IMMORALITY AT BARRY. THE speakers at the two public meetings held in the Barry district a few days ago, to consider the shebeening question, were fully justified in expressing their con- gratulations to the Barry Dock magis- I trates for having imposed a penalty of JE50 and costs upon a woman who was found guilty last week of again selling beer, for, as the chairman of the court, Mr Oliver Jones, so strongly put it on the occasion, there is no doubt that cases of this kind are frequently haunts of the grossest immorality. We are equally gratified that the police are taking steps to further prosecute the prevailing evil in the district by instituting proceed- ings, not only against those who con- duct these houses of revelry and ill-fame, but also against those who frequent them, which will prove as effective a deterrent as the punishment of those primarily guilty. The Cadoxton police were also successful in effecting a raid upon a shebeen on Sunday last, when Acting- sergeant Ben Davies, accompanied by Constable Phillips, seized a quantity of beer from the house of a labourer named Ford, living in Brook-street, and found several persons on the premises drinking. The police are no doubt doing their duty assiduously in the direction of effectually coping with the shebeening evil in the district, and the magistrates, judging from the salutary penalty im- posed by them last week, are equally determined in the matter. The authorities may go further, however, in a similar direction, for the Local Board, in strictly enforcing their new bye-laws with regard to seamen's board- ing-houses, formulated under the Mer- chant Shipping Act, 1854 and 1883, and 46 and 47 Vic., c. 410, may render it almost impossible for the keepers of these houses to be other than thoroughly respectable people, and those who would not lend themselves to the practice of shebeening as is at present, unfortunately, so fre- quently the case amongst this class of local tradespeople. A temporary diffi- culty, however, has, it appears, arisen with regard to the enforcement of these new regulations, and it is believed that before they can be fully enforced in the district the Local Board will be obliged to seek an order in Council, thus shelving the operation of the new code for a few months.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NOTES. THE FORTHCOMING BURIAL BOARD ELECTION IN THE BARRY DISTRICT. The members of the Barry and Cad- oxton District Burial Board who will re- tire by rotation at Easter, but who are eligible for re-elec- tion, are the Rev. Canon Allen, Rev. J. Price, Messrs B. G. Davies, E. Phillips, and E. F. Blackmore and we are informed that the several gentlemen named intend offering themselves for re- appointment. It will this week, therefore, be interesting to our readers to perceive the number of attendences made by each member at the meetings of the Board during the year, the total of which, in relative order, being as follows :—Mr W. Thomas (Cadoxton), chair- man of the board, 13 attendances Mr B. G. Davies0, 13 Mr W. W. Adams, 12 Mr J. A. Manaton, 10 (out of a possible 11) the Rev. Canon Alien", 9 Mr H. L. Jones, 9 Mr J. Rees, 9 Mr E. PhilIipsc, 8 Mr W. Copp, 8 Mr G. Brock, 8 Mr E. F. 4 Mr James Jones, 4 Mr F. Burgess, 3 Rev. J. Price*, 2 and Mr Harry Davies (who has left the district), 0. Those gentlemen whose names are followed by an asterisk (*) are the retiring members. BARRY LOCAL BOARD AND THE FLUSHING OF WATER CLOSETS. Although there has been what would ap- pear to be a certain amount of delay in the matter of enforcing the bye-laws requiring all water closets in the district to be connected with flushing systems, it is evident that the Local Board has not in any way been daunted by the feeling of righteous indignation expressed some time ago by a section of interested ratepayers. The delay which has arisen has been due more to the Local Government Board than to the local authority at Barry, but now that the Local Government Board has expressed its willingness to confirm the draft bye-laws submitted, the Health Committee, at thei- last meeting, recommended that instructions be given to the clerk (Mr J. Arthur Hughes) to serve final notice upon the owners of about 1,300 houses in the district which have not yet been sup- plied with the convenience referred to. It is evident, therefore, that the Local Board are fully determined to see that the bye-law is carried into effect, and in view of the fact that the intention of the Board is simply that of securing the best sanitary arrangements possible, those owners of property who hitherto are in default will, we have no doubt, lose no timein complying with the requirements of the law on the matter, and thus spare themselves the un- pleasantness of being subjected to legal pro- z;1 ceedings insisting upon inevitable compliance. THE PROPOSED NEW UNION OF SAILORS AND FIREMEN. Mr J. Harrison, secretary of the Barry and Peuarth branches of the National Union of Sailors and Fire- men, has been inter- viewed by a repre- sentative of the Barry Dock News this week, and in reply to inquiries as to whether Mr Will Sprow, formerly chief organiser of the Union, was likely to be successful in his present effort to form a new Union of the seafaring community in London, Mr Harrison said he had no doubt whatever as to the inevitable result of the new movement. Mr Sprow, he said, during his connection with the National Union, by his incendiary speeches throughout the country, did more harm than good to the organisation, and largely alienated public sympathy from the men, the consequence being that the Union has not suffered in the least by the withdrawal of Will Sprow from its ranks. The object of the Union, proceeded Mr Harrison, was more to, persuade rather than coerce employers, and he was confident that Mr Sprow was not the man to form a rival movement which would be more successful in its efforts to benefit the condition of the seafaring classes than the existing Union. BARRY FEVER HOSPITAL AND FLAT HOLMS. If proof were re- quired of the fact that Barry is still making marked pro- gress, despite the stubborn opposition of officialdom at Cardif amply afforded by the miserable of the Corporation of Cardiff this week in refusing to grant on any condition whatever the applica- tion of the Barry and Cadoxton Port Sanitary Authority for a site for the establishment of a. fever hospital on the Flat Holms. A more conclusive example of the spleenish spirit of "the dog in the manger" could scarcely be manifested than that which actuated a. prejudiced and bigotted section of the councillors of the neighbouring port in their discussion at the health committee on Tuesday. The Cardiff Corporation—although Lord Bute (as the owner of the land in questior" prepared to grant a site to the Barry I Board — will neither allow this authc to erect an independent hospital, join with Cardiff for that purpc nor to be permitted to contribute towards t maintenance of cases taken into the Card. Hospital from Barry in fact, as stated by It B. Francis Williams, Q.C., at the public inquir at Cadoxton the other day, Cardiff will hav nothing whatever to do with Barry at any price The odds, however, are still in favour of Barry. The Local Government Board have called foi the erection of a fever hospital for the port of Barry, and the Local Board have testified their readiness to comply, both by negociating for a. site on tne Flat Holms, and by taking steps to schedule Sully Island for the same purpose, so that, if neither course is successful, the Board above, knowing, as they do full well the cir- cumstances of the case, will probably take steps to insist upon the Cardiff Town Council yield- ing a piece of land on the Flat Holms which they will not use themselves, neither, up to the present, will they grant to the neighbouring authority at Barry.
SERIOUS FIRE AT BARRY DOCK. A serious fire occurred at Barry Dock on Thurs- day morning last. About three o'clock Police- constable Rees Evans, whilst on duty in Thompson-street, discovered that a building lying off the road, and belonging to Mr J. Syden- ham, contractor, Barry Dock, was on fire. The constable at once gave the alarm, and a number of other constables under Inspector Rees, were soon on the spot with the fire appliances from the Central Police Station. All efforts to extinguish the fire, however, proved abortive till two or three hours afterwards, but the building was burnt to the ground. The place is insured, and the damage is e3timated at about £ 500. The whole of the tools belonging to a carpenter named J. Brompton, and in the employ of Mr Sydenham, were destroyed.
ALLEGED OUTRAGE ON A GIRL AT CADOXTON-BARRY. At Barry Dock Police Court yesterday (Thurs- day)-before Mr Oliver H. Jones and Colonel Guthrie-Robert Miller, a German sailor, was brought up on remand charged with criminally assaulting a girl named Alice Mary A.nn Webb, aged 15, daughter of James Webb, boarding-house keeper, Vere-street, Cadoxton. — Dr O'Donnell declared there were no marks of violence on the child, although it was clear she had been assaulted. —Prisoner was committed for trial at the Assizes.
ASSOCIATIOX.—TO-MORROW'S FIXTURES. CARDIFF A.F.C. v. BARRY DISTRICT A.F.C.- To be played at the Witchill Grounds. Kick off at 3.30 p.m. The Barry Dock B.A.O.B. Band has kindly consented to play on the ground. DEAN'S STUDENTS v. BARRY TOWN. This match will be played at Castle Farm, Barry, at. 3 30 p.m. ■"