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LOCAL BOARD ELECTION. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE BARRY AND CADOXTOX LOCAL BOARD DISTRICT. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. My time of office on the Local Board expires on 15th April. 1891, and I have been asked by several influential ratepayers to offer myself for re-election, and I have consented to do so. As you are aware. I am a Director of the Barry Dock and Railways Company, and am interested in property at Barry and Cadoxton, I have, con- sequently. a large stake in the welfare of the District. I feel that I have already received great marks of confidence from the electors of the Barry and Cadoxton district. I was elected your member at the first County Council Election, and your repre- sentatives have chosen me as their chairman since the formation of the Local Board. If you add one more honour to those you have already conferred upon me. by again electing me as one of your representatives on the Local Board, I shall gladly do all that I can to promote the best interests of our rapidly increasing town. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant, JOHN CORY. Porthkerry, Barry, March 1891. BARRY AND CADOXTON LOCAL BOARD ELECTION. V TO THE ELECTORS. V, It', LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Having been invited to become a candidate at the above election. I have consented to do so. The growth of the district has been so phenome- nally rapid that I would advocate the adoption of sufficiently adequate measures to hasten the con- struction of roads and sewers, so as to have the whole of the district in a clean and proper con- dition before the next winter. Amongst other reasons for your support I base my claims on the following—Firstly That being perfectly indepen- dent I would only study the interests of my fellow ratepayers generally throughout the whole of the district. Secondly I have special knowledge of sanitary matters, which are of great importance in a new place and lastly, I reside in the centre of the district, so that I have an intimate knowledge of the requirements of the inhabitants of that part as yet without a representative on the Board. If you elect me. I will do my best to serve you well and faithfully. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen. Your obedient Servant, W. LLOYD EDWARDS, Gwynfryn, Holton-road. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE BARRY AND JL AND CADOXTON LOCAL BOARD DIS- TRICT. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, The time for which you were good enough to elect me as a member of your Local Board expires on the 15th April next. Having been invited by several influential ratepayers to again contest the seat. I have consented to do so. Therefore I venture to ask you for your vote and interest at the forthcoming election. I may say that I am the only member on the board interested in agriculture. I also represent the portion of Sully included in the Local Board area. and which amounts to a rateable value of over £ 17.000. If elected, I shall endeavour in the future, as in the past, to further the interests of the whole dis- trict in a fair and impartial manner. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen. Your obedient Servant. WILLIAM THOMAS. The Hayes, Sully. LO CAL BOARD ELECTION, 1891. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE BARRY AND CADOXTON LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH DISTRICT. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, The period for which I was elected a mem- ber of the above Local Board having expired, I beg to offer my services again. I trust that my past conduct will be so approved as to merit your votes and interest in the forthcoming election. I have the honour to be, Ladies and Gentlemen. Your obedient Servant. EDWARD HUGHES. 13. Vere-street. Cadoxton. Marth 19th. 1891. LOCAL BOARD ELECTION, 1891. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE BARRY AND CADOXTON LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH DISTRICT. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Having been invited to offer myself as a candidate for one of the four vacant seats at the forthcoming Election, I have great pleasure in placing my services at your disposal. I have had considerable experience in Local Board work, and past experience will probably be valuable in this new district. If elected, it will be my ambition to render my best services to the ratepayers. I am. Ladies and Gentlemen. Your obedient Servant. WILLIAM THOMAS. Auctioneer. 57. Vere Street, Cadoxton, 19th March. 1891. WELSH CALVINISTIC METHODIST CHAPEL. PONTYPRID D-STREET, CADOXTON. A Performance of the SACRED CANTATA, the "PILGRIM FATHERS" (DR. G. F. ROOT) Will be given at the above place on WEDNESDAY EVENING. MARCH 25, 1891, BY A CHOIR OF FORTY VOICES. Accompanists — Piano Miss MACKNESS, Barry Harmonium Miss HOWE, Cadoxton. Conductor Mr. W. HOWE. The Cantata Performance will be followed by a MISCELLANEOUS CONCERT, in which the following Artistes will take part :—Soprano Miss E. Francis. Penarth Contralto Mrs. Petty, Barry Dock Bass Mr. Saridford Jones (Llew Tydfil), 3Ierthyr. Front Seats, Is. 6d. Second Seats, Is. Doors open at 7. To commence at 7.30 prompt. Proceeds in aid of the Cadoxton English Calvinistic Methodist Chapel Building Fund. EC90 TO BE GIVEN IN Prizes on Easter Monday, AT THE WITCHELL GROUNDS, FOR PONY, GALLOPING, TROTTING, & FOOT RACES. Entry Forms from B, HODDINOTT, PKOPRIETOR. BARRY DOCK PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY. DIRECTORS of the above Society are now Pre- pared to ADVANCE MONEY on MORT- GAGE. Deposits received at 4 per cent. Application should be made to the Secretary, MR. W. THOMAS, VERE-STREET, f "l'! CADOXTON-BARRY, WANTED. WANTED, Smart BOY, as Apprentice to the W Timber Trade at Barry Dock age 14.-Apply 193 B, STAR Office, Cadoxton. WANTED, respectable BOYS to sell the South W Wn/es Star.—Good commission to suitable lads. Apply Manager, Star Printing Works, Vere Street, Cadoxton. APARTMENTS required by two Gentlemen- Neighbourhood of Cadoxton Village or Old Barry, preferred.-Apply "Excelsior," South Walell Star, Cadoxton, Barry. GENERAL SERVANT Wanted able to do plain cooking.—Apply A 21, South Wale* Star, Cad- oxton, Barry. DRAPERY.—Wanted, sharp YOUTH, also young APPRENTICE out-door preferred.—W. C. Edwards, Dunraven House, Bridgend. TO LET. OUSE ifc STATIONERY SHOP.-Old Estab- H lished in the Coombes, Cadoxton. Vacant in May.—Apply Mornington House, Vere Street. HOUSES TO LET, Castleland Street. Three minutes' walk from Barry Dock.—Apply J. D. JEXKIXS, Vere Street, Cadoxton.

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BARRY DOCK WEEKLY TIDE TABLE.

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OUR CONFESSION OF FAITH.

THE END OF THE STRIKE.

WELSH BILLS IN PARLIAMENT.

w ~ THE INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL.

-BARRY DOCK CRICKET CLUB.

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