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FORESTERS' DINNER AT BARRY DOCK TOWN. The first annual dinner in connection with the Cadoxton Court of the Ancient Order of Foresters was held last evening (Thursday), at the VV itchill Hotel, Barry Dock Town, when about 60 mem- bers and others sat down to a sumptuous repast, prepared by Mr Hoddinott. Dr P. J. O'Donnell presided, and he was supported by Messrs T. Hig- man, W. Williams, R. G. Morris, and Dr Behan. The room was profusely decorated for the occa- sion. The Chairman having given the toast of the Queen, Mr T. Higman proposed that of the Trade of the District, to which the names of Messrs Chappell, Townsend, and Newman were coupled, and Mr Townsend and Mr Newman responded. Mr Sidney Davies proposed the toast of ouccess to the Court Cadoxton." (Applause.) Mr T. Higman responded, and said the court now con- sisted of about 120 members. Since the establish- ment of the Court about JB50 had been paid as sick money, and urged all to join the society. (Cheers.) Mr R. G. Morris also suitably re- sponded. The Chairman proposed the toast of the" Visitors," to which Messrs Miles and W. Williams responded. The last toast was that of the "Host and Hostess," to which Mr Hoddinott responded. Songs were sung do ring the evening by Messrs J. Punter, G. Burnett, W llfred Davies, J. Smith, W. Townsend, R. D. Churchill, â Griffiths, Howard Morgan, and Edward Lloyd.

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