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BARRY SCHOOL BOARD.

STRANGE DEATH OF A NAVVY.

BARRY P. BRISTOL. --

I ;BARRY DOCK LIBERAL WORKMEN'S…

A YOUNG WOMEN IS TEMPTED.

A BARRY DOG BITE. --

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MONDAY. Before Mr J. S. BATCHELOR and Colonel GUTHRIE. WHAT CAN A MAN DO? There were quite a number of unmuzzled cases against owners of dogs permitted to be at large without the regulation muzzle. The first case, to come forward was that in which Dr W. Lloyd- Edwards was summoned., He w ished to explain to the Bt-nch that the dog had only just previously gone qut, and f-ome boy had stolen lIe muzzle off tile brute, What can a man do," he asked, in such circumstances ?"-Mr Batchelor: "You can pay 5s including costs. It will be more next time." âAmong the other defaulters w ere Charles Williams, who did not appear, and had to pay 7s 6d; John Stewart, William Gleve, John Morgan, Joseph Birch, Robert Anconi, and Mary Anu Ryan. FOOTBALL ON THE HIGHWAY. Four young Jads, who utilised the public high- way as a football ground, were ordered to pay Is each. They were named Thomas Cleve, John Davey, Enos James, and George Biroh.

IVOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE.

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PROPOSED MUNICIPALIZATION.

AN INCREASED CONTRIBUTION…

BARRY DISTRICT COUNCIL.

_--------IS THE WORLD GROWING…

GONE TO THE MAJORITY.

BARRY DISTRICT RAINFALL.

GHOSTS IN BARRY. tl i I .L…