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VALE OF GLAMORGAN DIRECTORY.

,SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION FOR BARRY…

SHOCKING ACCIDENT TO A BOY…

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PENARTH'S OPPORTUNITY.

HOME v. LODGINGS.

( DAMAGED STEAMERS AT BARRY…

A SEVERE COLD.

THE NEW COACHES ON THE BARRY…

BARRY DISTRICT v. TRELEWIS…

GRANGETOWN v. PENARTH SECOND.

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GRANGETOWN v. PENARTH SECOND. The third round in the contest for the South Wales Challenge Cup was played between the above teams at Penarth on Saturday last. The ground was in good condition and the weather excellent. Penarth were considerably weakened by the absence of four of their picked men. Grangetown team Back, C. R. Penn; three-quarter back, J. Evans (captain), Gus Carthy, W. Flynn, and E. Edwards; half-back, Perkins and J. Thomas forward, W. James, E. M'Carthy, W. Foakes, J. Smith, J. Taylor, Gus Lemon, J. Childs, and C. Harrison. Penarth team Baek, F. Matthews three-quarter back, C. Harry, Joe Williams, Norman, Roberts, Sketch, and Chiver. For afew minutes the visitors pressed their opponents. Kirby, however, relieved to the visitors' line, and a minor was recorded. Play was resumed in the centre. Flynn passed to Jack Evans, who ran up to the home goal. E. M'Carthy scored a try, which was not con- verted. Within two minutes, Lemon, with an easy run, again scored for Grangetown. M'Carthy failed to convert. Play was now kept more or less in the home ground. Leinon once got a mark, but nothing resulted. Half-time was called, with the scoreâ Grangetown, two tries to one minor. On resuming, Grangetown rushed down to their adversaries line, and M'Carthy attempted a drop at goal, but failed. Lemon afterwards succeeded in touching down behind the posts. Foaks took the kick, but did not convert. Kinley got the ball, and, passing fully half of the Grange men, took it over the line. Williams kicked for a goal, but did not succeed. Thomas and E. Edwards scored tries again for Grange, and Evans this time converted. The score at full time wasâ Grange, one goal, four tries, and one minor; Penarth, one try and one minor. Mr W. M. Tunley acted as referee.

BARRY v. COWBRIDGE.

PENARTH v. NEATH.

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OTHER MATCHES.

TO-MORROW'S FIXTURES.

PENARTH LOCAL BOARD ELECTION.

VESTRY MEETING AT BARRY.

SCHOOL BOARDS AND TECHNICAL…

BARRY RAILWAY BILL IN PARLIAMENT.

COWBRIDGE.

PENMARK.

LAMBETHERY.

BARRY DISTRICT TRADES' COUNCIL.

BARRY WESLEYAN GOSPEL 1

ITEMS FROM BARRY DOCKS.

----LAST WEEK'S SHIPPING AND…

THE " BARRY -DOCK NEWS" AND…

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