COWBRIDGE.|1893-03-24|Barry Dock News - Welsh Newspapers Online
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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.

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.

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COWBRIDGE. A LOCAL CENTENARIAN.—Mrs Nancy Llewellyn., a widow, living at St Mary Hill, attained her 103rd year on Friday last. The old lady has never been by train in her life, is in full possession of all her faculties, and at times wonderfully sharp. THE WEEKLY MARKET.—Tuesday last was March fair, and there was a very large supply of fat cattle on offer at our market, which sold at a slight improvement, at about 6d per lb. Cows and calves, JB12 to £17. Yearlings and two-year old, L4 to £10. Sheep were in moderate supply, and sold at about last week's quotations-from 7-21 d to 8d per lb. There was an unusually large supply of horses. Good cart horees, L25 to JM5, good cobs, JB15 to JS28, and ponies, L4 to JB14. The usual parade of stallions attracted a large concourse of people.

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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