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RECENT WOUNDING CASE.
RECENT WOUNDING CASE. —At the Glamorgan- shire Assizes at Cardiff, on Tuesday, Giacomd Gennaro, 25, an Italian sailor, was convicted of unlawfully wounding George Frederick Burton at Barry on the 11th of February. Mr. Carslake Thompson prosecuted, and the prisoner wis defended by Mr. Marchant Williams.—The Judge sentenced prisoner to one month's imprisonment, taking into consideration the time he livl already been in gaol.
THE NEW BARRY DOCK HOTEL
THE NEW BARRY DOCK HOTEL —close to Barry Dock Station-will be shortly opened by Messrs. R. P. Culley and Co., of Cardiff, and from its exceptionally advantageous position will doubtless prove a great convenience to those engaged in Barry Dock shipping. Judging from the success that has hitherto attended the various undertakings of Messrs. R. P. Culley and Co., there is no doubt that the management of the new hotel will be all that can be desired.
CHURCH EXTENSION. meeting of those in- terested in the erection of an Anglican church in the Holton district, was held last night, at 7.30, in a room kindly lent for the purpose by Mr. Bray, Holton-road. The Rev. E. Morris presided. The plan of the pro- posed church was laid before the meeting, and it was decided to write the ccntractor (Mr. Harbrow) asking him what would be the cost of having a schoolroom built alongside the church. A committee was also appointed to arrange a concert in aid of the funds, and the secretary was instructed to write to the School Board for permission to hold a concert at the Cadoxton School. A further meeting in connection with the erection of the Holton Church will be held at the Rectory, Cadoxton, at 7.30 p.m. on Thursday week. The following additional subscriptions have been received :-Miss Rouse, Court-yr-Allt, £ 10; Rev. Couch, I5 5s. Mr. E. M. Bruce-Vaughan, I3 3s. Mr. Jones-Lloyd, II Mr. R. P. Cully. 11 Is. and Mr. Thurston iBassett has made the committee a pre- sent of a plot of land on which to build the church.
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. —On Monday evening last an interesting paper on Witch- craft was read by Mr. J. Redclilf at this association. Counter attractions in other parts of the town, how- ever, prevented a very large attendance.
RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION meeting of the rules committee of the Ratepayer Association was held last Tuesday evening at eight o'clock at the Victoria Hotel, for the purpose of framing rules for the guidance of the association. There were present -Messrs. Gibbon (chairman of the association), J. Milward, Campbell (secretary), Smith-Jones, and D. J. Lloyd.
REMARKABLE INCIDENT. rather curious inci- dent in connection with the recent snowstorm has come under our notice. Mr. Morgan Howell, of Colebrook Farm, lost one of his lambs last Monday night week in the terrible snowfall. The lamb was found yesterday half hidden by a snow-drift, and as life did not appear to be quite extinct, it was taken to the house and some milk given to it. The lamb is now to all appearances quite well: and is not a bit the worse for its 10 days withdrawal from the outer world.
THE PROPOSED PUBLIC LIBRARY.
THE PROPOSED PUBLIC LIBRARY. —By adopting the Free Libraries Act (says the versatile writer "Spinnaker Boon" the Barryites have set a noble example to Penarth. It is to be hoped, however, that the supporters of the movement will not be in too great a hurry to start their lending and reference library, or swallow up their necessarily limited income in the erection of a building which may in a few years prove inadequate for its purpose. Let them conserve their funds, and once they have sufficient means to purchase a good collection of books the success of the venture is certain.
TRADE UNIONISM. meeting of the Cadoxton Federated Trades' Unionists was held at the Picnic Hall, Cadoxton, Tuesday evening at eight o'clock. The proceedings were entirely of a private nature. ALTERATION OF PREMISES. — We observe that Mr. Martin, draper, Main Street, is having extensive alterations carried on at his premises. We trust that this enterprise will be duly rewarded by the general public largely extending their patronage to Mr. Martin.
MARY ANN YENABLES GETS SIX…
MARY ANN YENABLES GETS SIX MONTHS. — At the Glamorganshire Assizes, held at Cardiff on Tuesday, Mary Ann Venables, 36, pleaded guilty to stealing a pair of trousers, value 6s. 6d., the property of George Garnett, at Cadoxton a quantity of boots, value f2 10s., the property of William Henry Price and also similar articles, the property of James Davies, of Cadoxton. She was sentenced to six calendar months' imprisonment with hard labour.
THE FORTHCOMING WELSH CHURCH…
THE FORTHCOMING WELSH CHURCH CONCERT. —The following valuable donations have already been r ceived from amongst the patrons of the grand con- cert to be held on the 8th of Aprjl in aid of the Cadoxton Welsh Church Building Fund :—Mr. F. L. Davis. J.P., high sheriff of the county. :t.:5 the Misses Rous. Courtyrala, £ 2; Major-General Lee, J.P., The Mount, Dinas Powis, £ 1 ls. Sir J. T. D. Llewelyn, Bart.. Penllergare, n; and the Lord1 Bishop of Llan- daff, 10s.
NEW MARKET. —The Cadoxton Market was exten- sively patronized on Saturday last, the second day it has been opened. The Directors executed a good stroke of business by engaging the Cadoxton Brass Band to play during the afternoon and evening. Mr. George Thomas, the chairman of the company, and several other directors visited the building during the day. The stalls were all occupied, and apparently excellent business was transacted. The inspector of the market is Mr. David Griffiths, school attendance officer.
CRICKET CLUB. meeting of the Cadoxton Cricket Club was held at the Witchell Hotel, in this town, last evening week, when there were present:— Dr. P. J. O'Donnell (chairman). Messrs. Morgan Bros., R. G. Morris, Thomas Hughes, G. Jenkins, R. Tudor, W. L. Hughes. A. Sweet, C. Masters, W Morse, J. Milward, R. Watson. G. Waters, C. Propert, and H. Waters. The Rev. E. Morris (rector) was re-clected president: vice-presidents, Mr. J. J. Williams (Royal Hotel), Dr. P. J. O'Donnell, Mr. B. Hoddinott, and Mr. R. G. Morris: treasurer. Mr. F. C. Boys captain, Mr. R. Watson vice-captain, Mr. W. Morse secretary, Mr. W. R. Howell: committee, Messrs. W. L. Hughes. G. Waters, H. Waters, C. Propert, and Howard Morgan. The subscription to the club is 3s. A deputation, consisting of Messrs. R. Watson, W. Morse, and another gentleman, was formed to wait upon the committee of the Barry and Cadoxton United District Cricket Club to arrange matches. FOR Wedding Rings and Keepers, Birthday and Complimentary Presents, go to A. W. Newman, Jeweller, High-street, Cadoxton.
THE LATE STORM.
THE LATE STORM. —Of the four roadways leading to the viUage three were completely blocked up with < he drifting snow, especially those that are transverse to the direction in which the storm swept its course. Great inconvenience was felt by the inhabitants in not being supplied with the usual commodities that are weekly vended throughout the neighbourhood, as all approach to the village by vehicular conveyance was an utter impossibility until the latter part of the week, when a means of ingress was made from the direction of Barry by a paAy of men selected for the purpose of clearing the snow. Considerable losses were sustained by farmers in this locality by this sudden and extreme change in the weather, the exposure of the ewes and tender lambs causing many to succumb to its almost Arctic severity. Several cases of severe sickness can be traced to the same cause.
OUR POSTMAN. word for our postman may not be out of place. Through storm and sunshine, heat and cold, frost and snow, the postman is always at his post of duty, bravely contending with the elements, when unpropitious, to carry the precious missives of joy and sorrow to our homes. Our postman did his duty right gallantly well. Perhaps more forbearance exercised on his being occasionally a little after time, which is a very rare occurrence, and more consideration for his welfare at the festive sceson, which comes but once a year," would be better recognition of his ser- vices than could possibly be done by any eulogistic terms of praise in the columns of THE STAR.
A NEW ROAD.
A NEW ROAD. correspondent informs us that on Friday, the 13th iust., Major-General Lee, Messrs. W. W. Nell (Wenvoe), P. Evans, land agent (Wenvoe), T. Smith, New Wallace Farm (guardian of Wenvoe), O. Williams (St. Lythan's), R. E. Lewis (surveyor), and O. Thomas (Wenvoe) met to consider the necessity of repairing the old road or of making a new road from Wenvoe village to the new siding on the Barry Rail- way. It was decided to lay the matter before the highway board meeting at St. Nicholas.
MUSICAL EXAMINATIONS. —At the local examina- tion in vocal and instrumental music held at the Town-hall, Cardiff, on the 3rd instant, in connection with Trinity College, London, Miss Hansen, who successfully passed in the senior division for piano- forte playing, was prepared by Mr. J. E. Deacon, of Cardiff.
THE ILLNESS OF Mn. JOHN MORRIS.
THE ILLNESS OF Mn. JOHN MORRIS. — On enquiry at Penarth on Monday a reporter of the SOUTH WALES STAR was informed that Mr. John Morris, the magistrates' clerk, who has been seriously ill for some little time, was gradually regaining strength, although it is improbable that he will be able to leave his bed for two or three months.
SALE OF A WRECK.
SALE OF A WRECK. —On Monday Messrs. Short and Dunn offered for public competition on the Penarth beach the wrecked hull of the French schooner Anne, together with her spars and material, after which the cargo, consisting of about 150 tons of Mon- mouthshire coal, shipped by Messrs. John Vipond and Co., was disposed of. The schooner was purchased by Mr. Lane, of Roath, for 158. and the coal realised the high price of 9s. Id. per ton, the purchaser being an Appledore coal merchant.
ATTEMPTED ASSAULT. —At Llandaff Police-court on Monday (before Colonel Woods and Mr. R. C. G. Dornford), William Freeman, a labourer, lodging at Llandaff, was committed for trial to the quarter sessions charged with attempting to commit a felonious assault upon Rose Hicks, the wife of William Hicks, a mason, of Yernon-square, Llandaff Yard, on the high- way near Llandaff Bridge about nine p.m. on Saturday last.
THE BISHOP OF LLANDAFF AND…
THE BISHOP OF LLANDAFF AND BEER LICENSES. -The parliamentary return of the owners of two and more on-licensed houses recently issued at the instance of Mr. Summers, M.P., shows that 172 members of the House of Lords own 1,539 licensed drink shops: 19 dukes hold 321, 12 marquises hold 106, 74 earls hold 645, seven viscounts hold 45, one bishop holds two, and 69 barons 420. The Bishop of Llandaff is the only bishop in the list.
PRESENTATION TO A LOCAL POLICE-OFFICER.
PRESENTATION TO A LOCAL POLICE-OFFICER. — A number of influential gentlemen met at the Black Lion Hotel, Llandaff, on Monday, for the purpose of furthering a movement which has been set on foot to make a presentation to Sergeant Coles, who has recently been raised to the rank of inspector and stationed at Aberavon. Several speeches were delivered testifying to Inspector Coles's genial qualities and uprightness of conduct, and at the conclusion of the proceedings a committee was formed to raise subscriptions, Mr. H. D. Evans, Duffryn Villa, being appointed secretary, and Mr. S. F. Lewis, Bronllwyn Villa, treasurer.
LENT SERVICES. —Special services are being held every Thursday evening during Lent. The preachers are Archdeacon Bruce, Canon Allen (Porthkerry), Rev. A. T. Hughes (Llancarfan), Rev. — De Heume (Barry), and the Rev. Daniel Evans (Llanmaes).
TEMPERANCE MEETING. —An entertainment in connection with the temperance cause was held at the Wesleyan Chapel on Thursday evening, when the Rev. J. Roberts, Cardiff, presided. Taking into consideration the severity of the weather and the almost impassable state of the roads, the attendance was very good. Numerous recitations, dialogues, solos, duets, trios, quartettes, and choruses, under the leadership of Mr. Lougher, were admirably given. The proceedings were very interesting and exceedingly lively through- out, thanks to the witty and pithy remarks of the chairman. A hearty vote of thanks was accorded to Mr. Roberts for coming all the way from Cardiff through such weather in order to be present on the occasion. A similar compliment was paid to the friends from Penmark, Lambethery, and all those who had helped in making the meeting a success. Miss C. Lougher acted as accompanist. At the close a number of children (the men and women of the future) signed their names and donned the ribbon blue:
RAIX IX FEr,RUARY.
RAIX IX FEr,RUARY. Ash Hall, near Cow- bridge, in February, 1891, rain fell on 9 days. In January, 1891, rain fell on 16 days, the total number of inches being 4-69.
CORN AND CATTLE MARKETS.
CORN AND CATTLE MARKETS. Cowbridge weekly market on Tuesday, there was a large attend- ance, and a good supply of all kinds of stock. Fat cattle, 6d. to 6id per 11). Cows and calves were in fair supply, but sold rather slowly at from £14 to £ 18. There was a very large supply of sheep on offer, which .-old slowly at from 7d. to 8d. per lb. There was a limited supply of pigs, which sold at from 14s. to 44s. There was very little business doing in corn. Wheat sold at from 4s. to 4s. 4d. per bushel, Barley at from 3s. 9d. to 4s. 6d. Oats from 2s. 2d. to 2s. 8d.
AGRICULTURE IX WALES.
AGRICULTURE IX WALES. Board of Agri- culture has just issued a return showing the estimated total produce and average yield per acre of the prin- cipal crops during the year 1890 From this we abstract the following statistics relating to Wales, showing the total produce for 1890 as compared with 1889 :— TOTAL PRODUCE. 1890. 1889. Bushels. Bushels. Wheat 1,712,541 1,672.557 Barley 3.621.793 3.548.138 Oats 8,116,344 8,150,208 Beans 58,689 47,109 Peas 40,162 30,701 Tons. Tons. Potatoes 177,031 237.877 Turnips 1,155,690 1.033.577 T 126,303 i Mangolds 126,303 123,013 May 736,648 781,161
NATIONAL UNION OF TEACHERS.
NATIONAL UNION OF TEACHERS. Cow- bridge and district branch of the above association held their quarterly meeting at the Board Schools, Cowbrirlgc, on Saturday last. The president, Mr. Boan, occupied the chair. There were also present, Messrs. Lewis, Lovett, Smith, Devonald, Davies, Venables, Dunstan, and J. H. Harvey, sec. One gentleman and two ladies were elected members of the association, which now includes nearly all the teachers in the district The report of the organising com- mittee was read and approved of. The financial state- ment showed that the amount raised to the benevolent funds of the association by this district was £ 57 19s. 9d. The agenda for the Conference of Teachers to be held at Cardiff during Easter week was considered, and the delegate instructed how to vote on the several motions. The president, on behalf of the Rev. Stephen Nicholl, Llandough, invited the members of the association for this district to a garden party to be held at the Rectory, Llandough, in June or July. The invitation was accepted. A vote of thanks to the officers brought the meeting to a close.
INQUEST. —Mr. E. B. Iicecc, district coroner, held an inquest at the Four Bells public-house on Monday, touching the death of William Gregory, the illegiti- mate child of a young woman named Gregory. The child was six months old. Conclusive evidence was given that death was due to natural causes, and a verdict to that effect was returned.
FORTHCOMING MARRIAGE. marriage has been arranged between Mr. John Reginald, only surviving son of Mr. Thomas Hargrcaves, of Aborfielil Hall, Berks, and Miss Bertha Gamage De Dacy Nichol- Carne. daughter of the late Mr. John Whitlock Stradling Carne, of St. Donatt's Castle, Glamorgan- shire.
LECTURE. —On Monday evening the 16th iinstant, Miss Jasper delivered a most edifying lecture oil tem- perance, in the Pontyclown School-room. The chair was taken by Mr. R. Lewis, manager of the Ely Tin Plate Works. So good was the attendance that the room was crammed, and every one seemed to have thoroughly enjoyedlthe young lady's eloquence.
WEDDING. —Oil Thursday, March the 12th. the marriage of Mr. Thomas Morgan, wine and spirit merchant, Pontyclown, to Miss Maggie, youngest daughter of Mr. David Jenkins Windsor Hotel, Ponty- clown, took place, the nuptials being celebrated at the Parish Church, Llantrissant. The Rev. J. P. Hughes and the Rev. David Williams officiated. After the wedding about thirty guests sat down to breakfast at the house of Mr. Griffith Jenkins (brother to the brkle), when the health of the happy couple was most heartily received. Several valuable presents were given. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan, in the afternoon left for the place where they intend spending their honeymoon. We regret that want of space compels us to hold over some congratulatiory verses until next week.
LECTURE. —On Tuesday evening last a lecture was delivered by the Rev. Mr. Dyke, of Aberavon, entitled A Peep Behind the Scenes," illustrated by a number of views shown by a lantern. Mr. Evans, the minister, read, and there was a very crowded audience. The proceeds are to be devoted to the liquidation of Hope Chapel, Newton. The friends at this place of worship are labouring under a heavy burden of debt.
THE SOUTH WALES STAR OFFICE.
THE SOUTH WALES STAR OFFICE. —The Bridg end offices of THE SOUTH WALES STAR are at Caro- line-street. Advertisements and notices of meetings should be addressed to our representative, Mr. David Williams.
THE EARL OF DUNRAVEN.
THE EARL OF DUNRAVEN. —The Central News says the Earl of Dunraven left town on Monday for Ireland, where he will spend the Easter recess.
YOCXG PEOPLES' GUILD.
YOCXG PEOPLES' GUILD. —At a weekly meeting held on Wednesday evening, Rev. J. Gwilym Jones in the chair, Mr. F. Higgins read a paper on The duty of Christians in regard to the observance of the Sabbath." Special mention was made of the merits of the paper in the subsequent discussion by Messrs. R. Morgan, E. E. Davies, R. Forrister, R. Foxwell, and H. Abbot.
MAGIC LANTERN ENTERTAINMENT.
MAGIC LANTERN ENTERTAINMENT. —An enter- tainment of this description was held at Hope School- room, on Wednesday evening, in connection with Hope Sunday School. Subject—"A peep behind the Scenes." Mr. W. Lewis efficiently manipulated the lantern. Mr. T. J. Hughes proved an exceedingly interesting reader. The scholars seemed greatly delighted with the amusing and instructive entertainment.
DEBATING SOCIETY. weekly meeting of this society was held on Tuesday evening. Mr. W. McArthur. presided. An interesting debate took place on "Which is the greatest moral power, the pulpit or the press T Mr. E. T. Evans supporting the pulpit, and Mr. J. Lewis the press. The discussion was con- tinued by Messrs. S. Thomas, F. Higgins, D.R.Phillips, W. Lloyd, and A. Davonport. On a vote being taken there was a majority of two in favour of the pulpit.
ASSURANCE APPOINTMENT. —Mr. D. Samuel, well- known as the president of the Dowlais Choral Society, has been appointed superintendent for this district of the London, Edinburgh, and Glasgow Assurance Company. Mr. Samuel is a native of Dowlais, where he held a similar position. He has been a director of the Star Bowkett Building Scciety for eight years. He was also a member of the Dowlais Chamber of Trade and the local Debating Society. We heartily wish Mr. Samuel every success and trust he will be as useful at Bridgend as he was in his former sphere of labour.
I HOPE MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT…
HOPE MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT CLASS. weekly meeting of this class was held at Hope Schoolroom on Thursday, the 12th inst. Mr. It. For- rester presided. There was a good attendance. Miss Loughor, head mistress of the Bridgend Board School, read a paper on The Mission of Woman." In the interesting and instructive discussion that ensued, the following took part:—Messrs. E. S. Evans, T. Phil- lips, W. Lloyd, J. Lewis, D. R. Phillips, A. Phillips, and L. Edwards. The proceedings were brought to a close by a hearty vote of thanks to Miss Loughor. pro- posed by Mr. D. R. Phillips and seconded by Miss S. Williams.
LONDON AND PROVINCIAL BANK.
LONDON AND PROVINCIAL BANK. We are very pleased to hear that Mr. William Phillips, who has filled the position of pro manager of the Barry and Cadoxton agencies. has been pro- moted to the rank of manager. We understand that the bank intends to establish a branch in this district instead of agencies as hitherto, and that Mr. Phillip.< will take charge of the branch. The bank will be open daily at Barry and Cadoxton after the 1st prox. Mr. Phillips is one of the youngest' managers in the bank, and we heartily congratulate him in having obtained this important j post.
PROPOSED BIBLE CHRISTIAN CHAPEL…
PROPOSED BIBLE CHRISTIAN CHAPEL FOR HOLTON. OPENING OF TENDERS. Hitherto the members of the Bible Christian cause at Holton, Barry Dock. have worshipped, though the kindness of Mr. J. J. Williams, at the unlicensed hotel opposite the police-station. This has been found inadequate for the growing de- nomination consequently, it has been decided to erect a new building. Tenders were invited, and the following nine were sent in :— £ s. d. E. R. Evans 1.219 0 0 Charles Read 1.700 0 0 W. Crisp. 1.595 0 0 D. Morgan 1.553 0 0 F. Castele 1.457 10 0 D. C. Jones and Co. 1.740 0 0 H. J. Money. 1.408 0 0 Jenkins and Arnold 1.670 0 0 Turner and Sons 1.664 0 0 The tender of Mr. E. R. Evans has been accepted.
SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT BARRY…
SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT BARRY DOCK, Edwin Humphries, a labourer, employed at ballast crane work at Barry Dock. sustained serious injury yesterday evening. by one of his legs being crushed by a, ballast tub. He was removed to his home at Cadoxton, and medically attended to.
THE INFECTIOUS DISEASES HOSPITAL…
THE INFECTIOUS DISEASES HOSPITAL AT BARRY DOCK, The expenditure of t:150 by the Barry and Cadoxton Local Board towards renovating the temporary Infectious Diseases Hospital. New Mill Cottage. Barry Dock, is, so one of our reporters observed yesterday, being put to the very best use. Under the personal supervision of Mr. George Lightfoot, inspector of nuisances, workmen have been busily employed with the result that the building has been given a very attractive appear- ance, in the interior as well as the exterior. The caretaker and his wife have already taken up their residence, and three wards of three beds each are being furnished. Major-General Lee. member of the Local Board, visited the hospital a few days ago. and was so pleased with the general altera- tions and arrangements that he has written a letter to that effect to the medical officer of health. Dr. George Neale. Barry.
NONPAYMENT OF RATES.
NONPAYMENT OF RATES. —There were several summonses brought by the Cowbridge overseers against persons for non-payment of rates.—Henry Johnson, watchmaker, was ordered to pay U 2 7s. O.'d. by the 1st of April and costs Robert Newman, gardened, was ordered to pay C2 7s. 0VI. in weekly instalments of 8s.. also the costs David Williams will have to pay -I.: 1 6s. and 3s. 6d. costs, in weekly instalments of 2s. 6d. and a tinman named Williams was ordered to pay £ l 8s. 8d. in weekly instalments of 2s. 6d.
. BEING ON LICENSED PREMISES…
BEING ON LICENSED PREMISES ON SUNDAY. — William Price was charged with being on licensed premises, the Commercial Hotel. Cowbridge. on Sunday, the 8th instant.-Scrgeant Smith said that at about half-past eight on the evening in question, he saw the defendant in the public house.—The landlord said the defendant, who lives close by. came in and asked for a pint of beer. which was refused him.The Bench fined him 5s. and 5s. costs.
l'Al.xt SUNDAY. Sunday is l-'aim Sunday, ami it is probable thai should the weather k< ep fine, the beautiful We! Mi custom of decorating the grave,* of departed relatives and friends will be largely honoured I
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. BARRY DOCK. ARRIVALS. March 12.-Alaska ss., 1348, Liverpool, light. Wild- croft, light. March 13.—Raglan ss, 734, Belfast, light. Quick- step, ss, 631. Cardiff, light. Cyprus ss, 776. Dublin, light. Galley, 47, Bridgwater, cement. Ardanrigh ss, 864. Nantes, light. Spark ss, 855, Dunkerquc light. March 14th.-Fairfield ss, 1157, Garston, light. Moliere ss. 965, Havre, light. Speke, 2824, Milford Haven, ballast. G. N. Wilkinson ss. 475, Southamp- ton, light. F T Barry ss, light. Racine ss, 1016, St. Nazaire, light. Minisier Achenbach ss. 652, Bordeaux, pitwootl March 15.—Campceador ss, 846. Antwerp, ballast. Allonby ss, light. Inchulva ss 1453, Dunkerque, light. Chester ss, 678, Rbuen, light. Safir, 921, London, bal- last. Lady Lisgar. 1207, London, ballast. County of Edinburgh, 2078, Dundee, Ballast. Albatros, 937, Gothenberg, ballast. March 16.—Lydie ss, 1137, London, light. Alpha ss, 55, Highbridge, light. lona, 370, Gloucester, ballast. Camilla, 52. Bristol, light. Mary, 53, Gloucester, light. St. Hubert, ss, 1962, Liverpool, light. Bwllfa ss, 51G, Limerick, light. Kent ss, 663, London, light. Italia ss, 239, Middlesborough, pig iron. John ss, 36, Bristol, light. Hudson ss. 1082, London, light. March 17.—Lofna ss, 502, Bordeaux, pitwood. Orient, 498, Hamburg, ballast. March 18.-8tormcock, 13, Glasson Dock, light. Hayle ss, 236, Dublin, light. Lyell ss, light. Ocean Prince ss. 1086, Antwerp, light. Remus, 737, Glasson Dock, ballast. Charles, 1457, Rio Janeiro, ballast. Robin Hood. March 19.-Iser ss, 1415, Liverpool, light. Saltram ss, 1318, Liverpool, light. Cookham ss, 1010, London, light. Activity ss, 730, Brest, light. Woodland ss, 677, Cardiff, light. Solent ss, 462, Southampton. SAILINGS. March 12.—Constantinos ss. Malta. Morglay ss. Marseilles. Cookham ss, London. Yorkshire ss, Sin- gapore. Umberto Arbib ss, Catania. Bertie ss, Port Said. Frank Carvill, Rio Janeiro. March 13.—Terra ss, Aden. Mary ss, Corfu. Lizzie ss, Havre. Gwcnllian Thomas ss, Cadiz. Vernon ss. n I London. Trelawny ss, Brindisi. Macedonia ss. Tene riffe. Arch Druid ss. London. Lechmere ss, Madeira. March 14.—Raventhaler ss, Bremerhaven. Arara ss, Batavia. Florida ss, Port Said. Moonstone ss, St. Vincent. March 16.—Bramble ss, Genoa. Moliere ss, St. Nazaire. Quickstep, ss, Portsmouth. Ingleby ss, Barcelona. Hart ss, Cadiz. North Devon ss. Havre. Melpomene. Coquimbo. March 17.—Bwllfa ss. Rouen. Kent ss. London. F T Barry ss, Amsterdam. Bergamo ss. Gibraltar. Raglan ss, Lisbon. Elmfield ss, Havannah. March 18.-G. N. Wilkinson ss, Portsmouth. Cyprus ss, Palermo. John ss, Bristol. Vesta ss, Bordeaux. Spark ss, Tunis. John and Margaret, Portmadoc. Galley, Dunball. Johan Ludwig, Santos. March 19.-Wildcroft ss, 1916. Port Said. coal. Lydie s ss, 1137, Malta, coal. Sunshine ss, 1003, Genoa, coal. Ardanrigh ss. 864, St. Lucia, coal. Chester ss, 678, Rouen, coal. Storm Cock tug, 13. bunker coal. Blenheim ss, 1547, Bombay, coal. Fairfield ss. 1157, Teneriffe, coal. Italia ss, 239, St. Malo, coal. Alpha Alpha ss, 55, Highbridge, coal. PENARTH. ARRIVALS. March 13.—Caerleon r-s, light. March 14.—Dahnally ss. Cardiff, light. Winston ss, Cardiff, light. Vulture ss, Brest, light. Pioneer ss, Greenock, ballast. March 15.—Cholmley ss, Leith, light. Britannia ss, Dublin, light. Marion ss. Porthgain, broken stone. March 16.—Norah ss, Dunkerque, light. Castle- maine ss, light. March 17.—Licata ss. Hamburg, light. Borrowdale ss, London, light. Amphitritc. Cardiff, ballast. Tempo ss. Dublin, light. Jane Jolliffe ss, Roads, light. SAILINGS. March 12.-Earl of Dumfries, Pawley, Malta. Alne Holme ss, Morwich, Gibraltar. March 13.—Cartagena ss, Scpo, Carthagcna. Rose- dale ss, London. Hibernia ss. Harris, Roads. Un- daunted, Lewis, Rio Janeiro. Blucher, Haner, Monte Video. Beeswing ss. Russell, Port Said. A]- bireo ss, Barcelona. Basil ss, Farlane, Hamburg. Wyndcliffc ss, Nicholson, Havre. BIair Atholc, Taylor, Vancouver. March 14.—Cosmopolitan ss. Corner, Port Said. Intrepid ss, Hodge. Genoa. Bellcairn ss. Morris. Bar- celona. Norman Prince ss, Mountain. Barcelona. Caerleon ss, Popham, Gibraltar. Yedmaudalc ss. Webber, Cape de Verd. Vulture ss, Hudson, Dart- mouth. March 16.—Britannia ss, Digman, London. March 17.—Durham, ss, Dobson, Venice. Millfield ss, Kirby, Port Said. Borrowdale ss, Thompson. London. March 18.—Jane Joliffe ss. Williams. Roads. Cholmley ss, Page, Constantinople. Balto ss.Drainmen. pulp.
BARRY DOCK COAL AND COKE SHIPMENTS.
BARRY DOCK COAL AND COKE SHIPMENTS. The coal and coke shipments at Barry Dock for the six working days ending Wednesday amounted to 87.867 tons 16 cwt. The following are particulars of daily shipments Coal. Coke. Tons cwt. Tons cwt. Thursday, March 12 16.634 10 330 9 Friday 13 14.430 11 546 10 Saturday 14 8,381 5 — Monday „ 15 19.574 15 32 1 Tuesday „ 16, 14.357 3 — Wednesday „ 17 13.520 12 — 86.838 13 969 0 Coke 939 0 87,867 16 -♦
ASSAULT. —John Bray, High-street, Ponty- eymmer, charged David Lewis and Matthias Lewis. colliers, also of Pontycymmer. with assaulting him. Mr. J. J. Hughes appeared for the defen- dants. Mr. Hughes pleaded guilty on behalf of David Le-Ni-is.-johii Bray. who lives next door to the defendants, said that on Thursday week. about eight p.m., the defendant. David Lewis. struck a child of his. He went out to speak to him. when the defendant struck him several times, and pressed him againt the wall. He had been in weak health for some time. The defen- dant Matthias also shoved and struck him.—Cross- examined by Mr. Hughes Defendant. David Lewis, had been very kind to him. He did not remember having received money from him. He did not strike the defendant first.—For the defence. Albert Wall (14) said that the complainant struck Matthias first, and knocked the pipe out of his mouth.-The case against Matthias Lewis was dismissed, and David Lewis was fined tl, including costs.
READING ROOM. —The committee of the Barry Reading Room meet this (Friday) evening.
MR. JOHN CORY AND THE NATIONAL…
MR. JOHN CORY AND THE NATIONAL BANK OR WALES. —Mr. John Cory, who has occupied a sea upon the Board of Directors of the National Bank of Wales since the establishment of that institution, has resigned that position. The reason assigned is that he comtemplates removal to London.
HIGH SCHOOL FOR BARRY.
HIGH SCHOOL FOR BARRY. —It will be seen from our advertising columns that Mrs. Collyer intends opening a high school for boys and girls at 111, High- street, Barry. Mrs. Collyer has had considerable experience in the education of the young, and we wish her school every success.
A BARRY DIRECTOR AND LOCAL…
A BARRY DIRECTOR AND LOCAL OPTION. — Mr. Edward Davies, J.P., Plas Dinam, Montgomery- shire (son of the late Mr. David Davies, M.P., and a large landed proprietor), has decided to give the in- habitants of the district in which he resides the option of saying whether the public-houses which he owns shall be continued or closed. He says that they would have been closed long ago had he not been afraid that the inhabitants would be deprived of a necessity.
BARRY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.
BARRY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. —The usual weekly meeting of the Mutual Improvement Society took place last Tuesday evening, the Rev. J. H. Stowell in the chair, when a very interesting and instructive paper was read by Captain Whall (Board of Trade) on Britain's raise and progress as a mari- time power." A discussion followed in which the probabilities of the adoption of electricity as a pro- pelling power for ships, the best means of preventing the los;, of life through unseaworthy vessels, and the lowness of the freight market consequent upon the superfluity of tonnage at present, were dealt with. There were about 35 members in attendance. The subject for discussion at the next meeting is, Which is the greater power for good, the pulpit or the press FOR Wedding Rings and Keepers, Birthday and Complimentary Presents, go to A. W. Newman, Jeweller, Exchange Buildings, Barry.
CADOXTON. THE BARRY AND CADOXTON LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH COMMITTEE meet this (Friday) evening at Cadoxton, at eight o'clock.
AN ENGINEER DROWNED
AN ENGINEER DROWNED —On Thursday night of last week, between twelve and one o'clock, a man named James Hedley, of Belfast, who had been third engineer of the steamship Millwall, loading at Penarth Dock, was drowned. It appears that the unfortunate man had been to Cardiff, and was returning on board at the time above stated, and by some means fell into the dock. The body was recovered at 2.20 a.m. on Friday by Police-constable Saunders, and conveyed to the dead-house. Subsequently an inquest was held, before Mr. E. B. Reece, and a verdict of Found drowned" was recorded. The deceased leaves a widow and one child.
BREAKING INTO A CHURCH.
BREAKING INTO A CHURCH. —On Friday morning last Mr. Vaughan, sexton of Penarth Parish Church, on entering the church, found that a pane of glass in one of the south side windows had been broken, leaving a hole about fourteen inches by eight inches. On closer examination he found that the gas had been lit and was then burning also that a bottle of wine had been taken away. The missionary box had been broken open and the parts strewn about the church- yard. The matter has been placed in the hands of Inspector King, but up to the time of going to press the thief or thieves had not been arrested.
INQUEST. —On Friday afternoon an inquest was held at the Cogan Hotel (before Mr. E. B. Recce) touching the death of the infant son of Mr. Smith, boilermaker, at Cogan. Dr. Aitkin deposed that he was called to the deceased on Thursday morning, and, after examining the body, found that death was caused by convulsions. A verdict in accordance with the medical evidence was returned.
LLANCARFAN AND LLANVITHYN…
LLANCARFAN AND LLANVITHYN U. D. SCHOOL BOARD.—TRIENNIAL ELECTION. vestry meeting of the ratepayers of Llancarfan and Llanvithyn parishes was held at the Fox and Hounds on Friday evening last, the Rev. A. T. Hughes, vicar, presiding.—The Chair- man mentioned that the chief business of the meeting was to nominate five candidates for the five vacant seats on the School Board for the ensuing three years. Before proceeding to form a new board, Mr. Lougher, Ga rnlhvyd. begged to propose a hearty vote of thanks to the retiring members for their services during the past three years.—Mr. Lougher, Llanvithyn, seconded, and it was carried with acclamation.—After a brief consultation with the retiring members as to their willingness to prolong their services in the good and noble cause of education, it was unanimously resolved that the members of the old Board be re-elected, except Mr. Oliver Thomas, formerly of Flexland, who has left for Wenvoe.—On the motion of the Rev. A. T. Hughes, seconded by Mr. W. Lougher, Llanvithyn, it was unanimously resolved that Mr. Evan S. Jenkins, Cliff Farm, be the fifth member.—Nomination papers were then duly filled up and transmitted to the care of Mr. R. Lougher (assistant overseer), who promised to deliver them promptly and punctually to Mr. A. J. Harris, returning officer. Four p.m. Saturday was the latest for receiving nomination papers, and up to that time the following five only were received consequently there will be no contest :—Rev. A. T. Hughes, Vicarage Mr. T. Price, Lambethery; Mr. W. Griffiths, Llancarfan Mr. M. Howclls, Lancadlc and Mr. E. S. Jenkins, Cliff Farm.
OGMORE ANGLING ASSOCIATION.
OGMORE ANGLING ASSOCIATION. meeting of this'association was held on Monday evening at the Queen's Head, Bridgend, when there were present, Mr. R. Phillips (in the chair), Messrs. T. James. W. Harris, F. Butler, J. Price, J. P. Davies, F. Davies, R. H. Dyer, Jones', J. Jenkins, Edwards, W. Thomas, J. James, W. Brooke, T. Williams, J. Donovan, A. Williams, L. Williams, and T. Thomas. The meeting was called to consider, and, if thought^ desirable, to adopt rules for the association.—Mr. Frank Bartlett, secretary, read the draft rules he had prepared, which were unanimously adopted, and ordered to be printed. We are pleased to notify that there is every prospect of the primary object of the association being realised, and that the river Ogmore will speedily be open to the members of the association.
THE FORTHCOMING LOCAL BOARD…
THE FORTHCOMING LOCAL BOARD ELECTION. DECISION TO RUN LABOUR CANDIDATES. A representative and enthusiastic meeting of dele- gates of local Trades Union societies was held at the Picnic-hall, Cadoxton, on Tuesday night. The repre- sentatives of the press were excluded from the pro- ceedings, but continued enquiry has elicited the follow- ing information :—There were present, Messrs. Love and T. Scott, Barry Branch of the Labourers' Union W. Harper, secretary of the Cadoxton Branch of the National Amalgamated Labourers' Union Fisher and Loring, Amalgamated Joiners' and Carpenters' Union Bagard, secretary Carpenters' Union Price (secretary) and Edward Rivers, Plumbers' Union Hughes (secretary), and Frank Edmunds, Painters' Union; J. Crisp, Riggers' and Boatmen's Union; Fowler, Bristol and West of England Trades' Union, Barry Dock Branchy Rees, secretary of the Barry Coal Tippers' Union W. Copp (secretary) and J. Wright, and J. Dyke, Masons' Union. We understand that the Barry Branch of the Amalgamated Railway Servants' Society did not receive any notice of the meeting, and that Mr. H. Inch, secretary of the Barry Branch of the Engineers' Society, was unable to be present. All other Trades' Unions were represented. A very long and animated discussion ensued on the forthcoming Local Board election at Barry and Cadox- ton. and eventually the following resolution was car- ried: with unanimity and enthusiasm:—"That it is expedient that we as trades unionists should take active steps to obtain direct labour representation on the Barry and Cadoxton Local Boird." It was deci- ded to run a labour candidate, so that the federated union will be able to instruct him to vote from a labour point of view, on all matters that come before the board. A deputation, consisting of Messrs. Copp, Rivers, and Rees, was appointed to wait upon the several gentlemen who have expressed their intention to stand as candidates at the forthcoming election, with the object of eliciting their views on labour questions generally. It was decided that the union of local societies should not be abandoned after the election, but that it should continue in existence to defend local labour interests. Mr. Fisher was appointed secretary of the union. We further understand, that if the union fail to secure satisfactory assurances from at least three of the candidates, additional labour candi- dates will be run. This witnesses the formation of an exceedingly important local labour movement.
BARRY AND CADOXTON DISTRICT…
BARRY AND CADOXTON DISTRICT CRICKET CLUB. FORTHCOMING SEASONS FIXTURES. Those cricketers who intend joining the Barry and Cadoxton District Club, and arc able to take part in Wednesday matches, are requested to send in their names to the lion, secretary, Mr. E. T. Williams. 85, High-street. Barry, by to-day (Friday). March 20th. as the committee arc con- sidering the advisability of arranging a series of Wednesday ifxtures. The following is a list of the fixtures arranged up to the present by the club May 15. Cardiff 2nd Cadoxton 23. St. Mary's Cardiff 30. Rhymney Cadoxton June 6. Penarth Penarth 20. St. Paul's Cardiff 27. Cardiff University Cadoxton July 11. St. Paul's Cadoxton 25. Cardiff University Cardiff Aug. 1. Taff Vale Cardiff 3. Rhymney Rhymney 8. Penarth Cadoxton 15. St. Mary Cadoxton 22. Taff Vale Cadoxton Sept 5. Cardiff 2nd Cardiff
TUESDAY —Before Alderman E. John (Mayor), and Alderman James.
REFUSING TO PAY TOLL.
REFUSING TO PAY TOLL. —Michael Vendial. hawker, was summoned by David James, collector. Cowbridge. for refusing to pay toll on February 26th last.—The case was adjourned to the 21st instant.
DRUNK AND DISOKDEKLY.
DRUNK AND DISOKDEKLY. —James Hargreave. a mason, was charged with being drunk and dis- orderly,Police-constable William Bailey saw the defendant in Cowbridge on the 8th instant stagger- ing drunk, and unuoying passers by. and having been previously fined for a similar offence, he was now fined 10s. inclusive of costs. -0_
BARRY DOCK WEEKLY SHIPPING…
BARRY DOCK WEEKLY SHIPPING REPORT. I The following is the report of shipping arrived and sailed, and number and tonnage of vessels in the Barry Dock for the seven days ended Wednesday :— Steamers arrived 35 Tonnage. 28.865 Steamers sailed 40 Tonnage 39.287 Sailing vessels arrived 15 Tonnage. 13.263 Sailing vessels sailed. 11 Tonnage 7,389 No. of Steamers in Dek. 26 Tonnage 25.240 No. of Sailing Vessels., 31 Tonnage. 29,417 Total. 57 Tonnage. 54.G57 No. of vessels last} co rp cri inP report Mar. 11 SI J 58 Tonnage 59,196 Decrease 1 Decrease 4,539
PRIVATE IMPROVEMENTS ATI BARRY…
PRIVATE IMPROVEMENTS AT BARRY DOCK & CADOXTON. We understand, and we record the fact with pleasure. that the necessary notices have been served for the construction of the private improvement in the following streets at Cadoxton and William's Field, Barry Dock; Cadoxton Harvey-street, Abingdon- street. Hunter-street, Weston-street, and Foster-street; Williams' Field Lombard-; tieet, Regent-street. Spencer-street, Evans-street, and Newland-street.
GLAMORGAN COUNTY ASYLUM,
GLAMORGAN COUNTY ASYLUM, MEETING OF THE ASYLUM COMMITTEE. A quarterly meeting of the Committee of Visitors for the County of Glamorgan and the County Boroughs of Cardiff and Swansea was held at the Asylum, near Bridgend, on Thursday. There were present. Coun- cillor David Davies (in the chair) Councillors John Williams, William Howell, R. Lewis, James Bryant. R. Morgan, T. Jones, W. Sims. J. Jenkins, H. N. Davies, J. Blandy Jenkins, Aaron Davies, and R. W. Jones.—Dr. Pringie, Medical Superintendent, read a statement of accounts which had been audited by the House Committee, and included the following amounts, viz. ;—Repair of machinery, Ac., including expenditure on laundry. £ 250 rating of the asylum, A-c., 1180 7s.: total expenditure for the quarter, £ 891 15s. 7d. Councillor John Williams, had given notice of a motion at the last meeting to reduce the charge for private patients as it was high. On enquiry at other asylums, where private patients were kept, he found that the charge at this asylum was about the average. At Gloucester, the payment was 15s.: at Abergavenny it varied from 8s. to 25s.: at Hereford, it was 14s. Having found that the charge at this Asylum was below thair of some Asylum,s he had no desire to press the matter further.—Dr. Fringe suggested that the house committee should be authorised to make re- ductions in the charges for private patients on appli- etaion being made to them in certain cases in the c< unty of i Halllurgan.-Councillor K. Lewis moved Hi.it the house committee take the question of private patients j Ill," their consideration. — Councillor R. Morg.tl1 seconded the moholl, which was unanimously carried. Councillor John Williams proposed that notice "r milieu lie given to the Glamorgan County Council, drawing attention to the urgent importance of pressing the question of apportionment between the C"llut!e"CoulJ,illoJ R. Lewis seconded the motion, and it wab carried.
COWBRIDGE UNITED DISTRICT…
COWBRIDGE UNITED DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION. POLLING TO-DAY. The Cowbridge United District School Board triennial election takes place to-day (Friday). The following are the nine candidates for the seven seats :—* William Ebenezer Miles, High-street. Cow- bridge, solicitor *Owen Jones. The Villa. Broad- way. Cowbridge. Baptist minister *Edward John, Cowbridge. merchant: William John Vincent Huntley. Welsh Saint Donatt's. estate agent or farmer: *William Aaron James. Cowbridge, builder Thomas Thomas Jones. Maindy Uchaf, congregational pastor David Tillev, Cowbridge. wheelwright and coach-builder: *i)avid Bowen, Dynevor Cottage. Cowbridge. clerk in holy orders *Lewis Jenkins. Cowbridge. brewer. The asterisks denote the names of old members. Mr. Frederick William Dunn, mining engineer. The Cross, Llan- blethian. was also nominated, but he has since withdrawn. The candidates—at least- with one exception—are extensively resorting to canvassing.
PORTHCAWL NOTES. In taking my pen up to write a few lines for your first number, you will allow me to welcome THE STAR. We needed it: we have been a long time waiting and watching for a something to turn up that would awaken men from the lethargy that has overtaken them and the field is ready, and I have not the least doubt as to the ultimate success of the efforts to be put forth to bring it to a good state. The state of both political parties at the present moment is that of quietude. The Conservatives have but little faith in the success of their present candidate's campaign. The Liberals on the other hand are so cocksure of their success that they are doing nothing to enlighten nor to strengthen their weak members. I would personally be glad if the leaders of both parties formed a debating class and worked the members a little, so as to drill them ready for the general election. Death has been busy amongst us during the past few weeks. The latest victim was Mr. Wm. Wilson, (junior), a prominicnt man in all local affairs. H" was buried last Saturday amid every mark ol respect. Buildings are still going on, and Porthcawl people are bent upon finding sufficient accommodation for r, visitors during the coming season. There are many things required yet to make the place as attractive as it should be, viz.. public lamps, public conveniences—a few cabs—a reading room, and a good public hall. May they all come.
BRIDGEND POLICE-COURT. At Bridgend Police-court on Saturday, before Messrs. R. W. Llewellyn (chairman). E. P. Davies. R. L. Knight, and Colonel Franklen.
BASTARDY. —Mary Jane Lewis, a single woman, of Cefn Coley, Margam. summoned William Chambers, farm servant, to show cause. <S;c.— Defendant admitted the paternity, and was ordered to pay 2s. 6d. a week. A: 1 Is. 6d. costs, and 10s. for midwife.
DIUNK AND DISORDERLY AT MAESTEG.
DIUNK AND DISORDERLY AT MAESTEG. — Richard Hughes. collier. Bethania-strect. Maesteg, was summoned for being drunk and disorderly.- Defendant pleaded guilty to being drunk, but not disorderly.—Police-conetable George Hill said that he saw the defendant on Saturday night drunk and creating a great disturbance—Police-constable William Jones having given evidence, defendant appealed to the bench to adjourn the case for a week. and the request was granted.—There were several other cases of drunkenness, and a fine inflicted in each case.
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH —Morning service, 11 a.m. Preacher, Rev. J. Price. Sunday School at 2.45 p.m. Evening service, 6.30. Preacher, Rev. J. Du Heaumc. BAKRY-ON-HILL CHURCH. —Morning service. 11 a.m. Rev. J. Du Heaume. Evening:service. 6.30 p.m" Canon Allen. Men's Bible Class. 2.0 p.m.. in Church Room, opposite Y.M.C.A. Teacher. Mr. Byrne. ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. —Pastor, Rev. J. H. Stowell, M.A. Morning service, 11.0 a.m. Sunday School and Young Men's Bible Class, 2.30 p.m. Evening service. 6.30 p.m. ENGLISH BAPTIST CHAPEL. —Morning service. 11.0 a.m. Sunday School, 2.30 p.m. Evening service, б.30 p.m. ENGLISH WESLEYAN CHAPEL. —Preacher. Rev. J. Atkins, Grangetown. Services at 11 0 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Sunday School at 2.30 p.m. ENGLISH PRESBYTERIAN CHAPEL. —Rev. J. W. Matthews. Services at 11.0 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Sunday School at 2.30 p.m. RAILWAY MISSION, BARRY PUBLIC HALL. — Mr.Prothero. Services at 11.0 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Sunday School at 10.0 a.m. and 2.30 p.m. WELSH CALVINISTIC METHODIST. —Preacher. Rev. Daniel Davies. Cathays. Cardiff. Services at 11.0 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. School at 2.30 p.m. WELSH CONGREGATIONAL. —Services at 11.0 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. School at 2.0 p.m. Ministers, Revs. —Williams, Fermlale and — Thomas. Penrhiweeiber HOLTON (BARRY DOCK.) ST. PAUL S MISSION ROOM. —Sunday School at 2.45 p.m. Rev. J. Price. WELSH BAPTIST CH A PEL. —Minister, Rev. C. LI. Williams. Services at 11.0 a.m. and 6.0 p.m. School at 2.0 p.m. k WELSH INDEPENDENT —Preacher,,Rev.Williams, Penarth. Services at 11.0 a.m. and 6.0 p.m. School at 2.0 p.m. WESLEYAN MISSION. — Conducted hv Mesas. Johnson and Hodge. Services at 11.0 a.m. and 6.30 ILiti School at 2.30 p.m. BIBLE CHRISTIANS at the Hotel, opposite Barry Dock Police Station. — Services at 11.0 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Preacher. Rev. J. Honey. Pastor. CADOXTON. CADOXTON CHURCH. OLD VILLAGE. —Morning service. 11 a.m. Evening service. 6.30 p.m. Preacher, Rev. A. T. Couch (curate). CHURCH MISSION HALL. IDDESLEIGH-STREET. —Morning service. 11 a.m. Evening service, 6.30 p.m. Preacher, Rev. E. Morris (rector). ENGLISH BAPTIST CHAPEL, COURT-ROAD. — Morning service. 11 a.m. Evening service, 6 p.m. Preacher. Rev. L. Ton Evans (pastor). WELSH BAPTIST CHAPEL", OLD CADOXTON. — Services, 10.30 a.m. and 6 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN HALL, MELROSE STREET. — Services, 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Preacher, Rev. Rowland Morgan. WELSH CALVINISTIC METHODIST CHAPEL, PONT YPRIDD-STREET. —Services. 10.30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Preacher. Mr. J. D. Jones, Rhondda Valley. ENGLISH WESLEYAN CHAPEL, HIGH STREET. — Services. 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Preacher, Rev. Oswald Parry. WELSH WESLEYAN CHAPEL. —Cadoxton Common. Services, 11 a.m. and 6 p.nr WELSH INDEPENDENT. —Services at 10.30 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Sunday School at 2 p.m. Preacher Rev. W. Tibbott (pastor). ROMAN CATHOLIC Services. Picnic Hall, Verc- street, 9 a.m., 11 a.m.. 2.30 p.m., and 6.30p.m. Preacher: The Rev. Father liyland. SALVATION ARMY HALL, Quarella-btreef. Sei vices, morning, afternijyn, uvi evening.