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L°CAL B0ARD 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 AXD CADOXTOX LOCAL BOARD ELECTIOX. TO THE ELECTORS. LADIES AXD 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. It 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" AXD AXD CADOXTOX 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 are. 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 ELECTIOX, 1891. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE BARRY AXD CADOXTOX LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH DISTRICT. LADIES AXD 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 votef 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 ISth. 1891. L OC-KL BOARD ELECTIOX. 1891. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE BARRY AXD CADOXTOX LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH DISTRICT. LADIES AXD GENTLEMEN*. Having been invited to offer myself as a f r 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. f BARRY AXD CADOXTOX LOCAL BOARD ELECTIOX. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE DISTRICT. L.mr: AXD GENTLEMEN. The short period for which I was elected member of the Local Board being about to expire, at the request of a large number of influential ratepayers I have consented to offer myself for re-election. My views are known probably to most of you. so that I need only add the assurance that. if re-elected. I will do my utmost to promote the best interests of the district generally. Trusting to be favoured with your vote and interest. I have the honour to be. Ladies and Gentlemen, .Yours very faithfully. ED. TREHARXE. Cadoxton, March 25. 1891. p E N A K T H LOCAL BOARD. ELECTIOX OF MEMBERS. TO THE ELECTORS OF COGAX, LLAX- DOUGH AXD PEXARTH. LADIES AXD GENTLEMEN. As the period for which you elected me as one of your representatives is about to expire. I have, at the request of several ratepayers, re- solved to appeal to you for a renewal of your con- fidence. As during the past six years, so in the future, if it be your pleasure to elect me. I shall at all times study the interests of the district, having due regard to the pockets of the ratepayers. I am. Ladies and Gentlemen, 1 Your obedient Servant, WM. B. SHEPHERD. 41. Clive Pkc.\ Penarth. March 2-th. 1851. BARRY AXD CADOXTOX LOCAL BOARD DISTRICT. TO THE ELECTORS. Having been selected by the representatives of the different branches of trades to offer myself as a candidate in the Labour interest at the forth- coming Local Board Election. I respectfully I solicit your interest and support. I hope to have other opportunities to lay my views before you. I remain. Your obedient Servant. WILLIAM CO PP. 2. Moxon-street. Cadoxton. 25th March, 1891. LOCAL BOARD ELECTION. I beg to inform the Electors of the Barry and Cadoxton Local Board District that I have been duly selected by one thousand (1.000) men. through their delegates, to represent them on the Local Board as a Labour Candidate. A number of local tradesmen and other large ratepayers have for some time back been urging me to offer myself as a candidate for one of the vacant seats at the forthcoming election. I have decided to comply with the wishes of my numerous friends and supporters, and pledge myself to carry out and study, at all times, impartially, those measures that will tend to the best interests of the ratepayers of this entire district and the welfare of this important locality. GEORGE GARXETT. Barry-road, Cadoxton. March 25. 1891. TT) E N A R T H LOCAL BOARD. ELECTION OF MEMBERS. TO THE ELECTORS OF PEXARTH, COGAX. AND LLAXDOUGH. LADIES AXD GENTLEMEN. The time for which you elected me as one of your representatives on the Local Board is about to expire. During the Xine Years it has been my pleasure to represent you on the Board I have given every attention and support to the best interests of the district, and if it is your pleasure to again elect me. I shall continue to serve you faithfully. I am. Ladies and gentlemen, Your obedient Servant. DAVID MORGAX. Woodland House. Penarth. INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL AT BARRY. rpHE JOIXT EDUCATIOX COMMITTEE for X the COrXTY OF GLAMORGAN having offered to establish and maintain an Intermediate School in the Barry District, on condition that a freehold site be obtained free of cost. and the sum of C 1.500 raised towards the cost of erecting a suitable building, it has been decided to appeal to the public for subscriptions towards this object. The Barry Dock Town Syndicate. Limited, have very generously offered an acre of land near Barry Dock Police'station free, for a term of 99 years, and Mr. Thurston Bassett has consented to grant the reversion, thus making the site a freehold one. The following subscriptions have already, been promised, viz Mr. J. Cory ':250 0 0 J. C. Meggitt 50 0 0 J. Arthur Hughes 50 0 0 Lewis W. Jones 25 0 0 O. II. Jones 10 0 0 J. Lowdon. 10 0 0 „ R. P. Culley 5 5 0 1.:400 5 0 Subscriptions will be received by the treas- urers. secretary, or at the South Wales Union Bank. J. CORY. I m O. H. JOXES. I Tieasuieis.. J. ARTHUR HUGHES. Hon. Sec. SUMMARY OF THE ACCOUNTS OF THE BARRY AND CADOXTOX LOCAL BOARD For the year ending 25th day of March, 1890. which Accounts were audited by George H. BRETT. Esq., district auditor, on the 18th day of March. 1891, and certified by him to be correct. EXPENDITURE. GENERAL DISTRICT TIATE. X S. d. March 26th, 1890, to March 25th. 18S1 :— Scavenging 320 2 0 Street improvements 2 18 0 Highways 810 19 7 Lighting. 5 15 4 Legal expenses (clerk C5 5s.. Torr and Co. ,C29 9s. 3d., and others £ 8 5s.) 42 19 3 Drainage 10 9 3 Rates and taxes. 5 12 2 Sewerage. 11 10 3 SALARIES. e s. d. Clerk GO 0 0 Treasurer (this amount was surcharged by the Auditor) 7 0 0 Medical Officer of Health 25 0 0 Surveyor 75 0 0 Assistant ditto 53 0 0 I Inspector of Nuisances. 75 0 0 Collector. 50 G 0 ————— 345 0 0 Establishment charges 280 4 ll.1, Balance. 398 11 9 12.234 2 61 RECEIPTS. GEXEKAL DISTRICT RATE. X, s. d. Balance brought forward from last year 73 15 8J 3Iarch 26. 1890, to March 25. 1891 :— General district rate collected during the year .2,116 4 6 Balance of special sanitary rate 6 12 2 Cardiff Rural Sanitary Authority. 19 8 2 Licenses 2 17 0 Fees. icc 0 5 0 South Wales Telephone Company. 4 10 0 J. A. Hughes, rent of office 10 10 0 C 2,234 2 6J CAPITAL EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT. RECEIPTS. April 17, 1889. from Cardiff Rural Sanitary Authority .C60 12 0 EXPENDITURE, NIL. Published in pursuance of Section 247, Sub- section 10 of the Public Health Act. 1875. J. ARTHUR HUGHES. Clerk. Local Board Offices, Cadoxton, 24th March, 1891. TO THE IXHABITAXTS OF HOLTON AXD THE BARRY DISTRICT GENERALLY. RICHARD (JUY, THE WELL-KNOWN PORK BUTCHER AND BACON CURER, BEGS to Inform his numerous customers that on THURSDAY, April 9th, Next, he will open large and convenient premises suitably erected for the trade, at HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCK, and. while thanking his customers for past favours, respectfully begs a continuance of their patronage and recommendation. His goods will be precisely the same quality as those for which he was so well noted at Penarth, and will be sold at the same price. Look out for the Grand Opening Day THURSDAY, APRIL 9TK. ADDRESS HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCK, .1> GLEBE-STREET, PENARTH. Jotham & Sons, 26 & 27, ST. MARY STREET, CARDIFF. 1- JOTHAM & SONS. Spring and Summer Clothing. JOTHAM & SOXS. JOTHAM & SONS. The largest Stock JOTHAM & SONS. JOTHAM & SONS. And best value ever JOTHAM & SONS. JOTHAM & SONS. Produced. JOTHAM & SONS. JOTHAM & SONS. Separate Rooms on Ground Floor JOTHAM & SONS. JOTHAM & SONS. For Juvenile Department. JOTHAM & SONS. JOTHAM & SONS. Over 14,000, fourteen thousand square feet of JOTHAM & SONS. Show Rooms. Woollen merchants, flatters, Hosiers, and General Outfitters, 26 & 27, ST. MARY STREET, CARDIFF. Established 1838 (53 years.) PENMARK, NEAR COWBRIDGE. MESSRS. STEPHENSOX and ALEXANDER will SELL by AUCTION at. Penniark on AIO.NDAY, the 30th March. 1891. 150 PRIME FAT SHEEP, 25 PRIME FAT CATTLE, and a FEW EWES and LAMBS. Sale at 12.30 punctually. VALUABLE FREEHOLD ACCOMMODATION AND BUILDING LAND IN THE PARISH OF MERTHYR DOVAN, IN THE COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN, AND NEAR TO CARDIFF AND THE NEW BARRY DOCK. MESSRS. STEPHENSOX and ALEXANDER are instructed to SELL by AUCTION, at Walker's Barry HoteL Barry, on TUESDAY, the 21st April next, at 2.30 in the Afternoon, the follow- ing valuable FREEHOLD LANDED PROPERTIES, Situate in the Parish of Merthyr Dovan, in the County of Glamorgan, viz. Lot 1. A Close of LAND. numbered 70 on the recent Ordnance Survey of the Parish of Merthyr Dovan, having a frontage to the road leading from the Buttiiils to Merthyr Do van, and adjoining the New Cemetery, and containing about 2:i. 2r. 25p. Lot 2. Two Closes of LAND, numbered 233 and 236 on the recent Ordnance Survey of the said parish, having a frontage to the road leading from Barry to Colcott, and containing about lOa. lr. lip. Lot 3. A Close of LAND, with the Cottage and Buildings thereon erected, and known as Colcott Vach, numbered 63 and 64 on the recent Ordnance Survey of the said parish, having a frontage to the parish road leading from Colcott to Merthyr Dovan, and containing la. lr. 35p., or thereabouts. Lot 4. Two Closes of LAND, having a frontage to the Port-road, and also to the road leaning from Barry to the Port-road, and numbered 179 and 180 on the recent Ordnance Survey of thb said parish, and con- taining about 9a. Or. 35p. 1 Lot 5. Six Closes of LAND, with the Farmhouse, Outbuildings, Yards, and Orchard, known as Coicot Yawr, having a considerable frontage to the Barry and Port-road, and numbered 40, 52, 53, 54, 55, and 56 on the recent Ordnance Survey of the said parish, and containing 16a. 2r. 6p., or thereabouts. Lot 6. Five Closes of LAND, adjoining the before- mentioned Lot. and which will be sold with access to the road leading from Colcot to Barry, and numbered 46, 48. 50. 189, and 200 on the recent Ordnance Survey of the said parish, and containing about 17a. 3r. Sp. Lot 7. Two Closes of LAND, numbered 42 and 47 on the recent Ordnance Survey of the said parish, having a considerable frontage to Port-road, and con- taining about 8a. 3r. 27p. Lot 8. Two Closes of LAND, numbered 44 and 45 on the recent Ordnance Survey of the said parish, having a considerable frontage to Port-road, and con- taining 8a. Or. 8p., or thereabouts. The foregoing lots are within short distances of the Barry Dock, and afford an unusual opportunity to in- vestors in this class of property in this rising and important district, and are now in the occupation of Mr. David Howells, upon a yearly tenancy, which ex- pires in February next. Plans, Particulars, and Conditions of Sale are in course of preparation, and may be had upon applica- tion to Messrs. Stevens, Bawtree, and Stevens, Solicitors, 73A, Queen Victoria-street, London, or of Auctioneers, at Cardiff. S80 TO BE GIVEN IN Prizes on Easter Monday, AT THE WLTCHELL GROUNDS, roR PONY, GALLOPING, TROTTING, & FOOT RACES. Entry Forms from 3. HODDINOTT, PROPKIETOB. J. rp H O M A S (Formerly Foreman of the G.W.R. South Wales Harness Department), gADDLER, HARNESS £ COLLAR MAKER, HOLTON-ROAD, 15 A It 11Y 3IOCK, (Opposite Central Police Station.) ALL ORDERS EXECUTED OX THE SHORTEST NOTICE. 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, CADOXTON-BARRY. J. JONES, (FROM BAKER BAKER, BRISTOL,) Begs to announce that he will OPEN THIS DAY (Thursday,) March 26th, 1892, with a well- assortecl Stock of jyflLLINERY, pANCY, AND GENERAL DRAPEHY. J Note the Address BRISTOL HOUSE, 16, MAIN STREET, CADOXTON. (A CARD.) MR. J.A. OWEN, ARCHITECT AND SURVEYOR, 5, VERE STREET, (Opposite the Local Board Office,) CADOXTON, BARRY. WANTED. WANTED, Smart BOY, as Apprentice to the Timber Trade at Barry Dock age 14.—Apply 193 B, ST Alt Ofifce, Cadoxton. WANTED, respectable BOYS to sell the South VT II V'Star.—Good commission to suitable lads. Apply Manager, "Star" Printing Works, Vere Street, Cadoxton. A PARTMENTS required by two Gentlemen.— .nL. Neighbourhood of Cadoxton Village or Old Barry, preferred.—Apply "Excelsior," South Wale* Stor, Cadoxton, Barry. GENERAL SERVANT Wanted able to do plain cooking.—Apply A 21, South U'ah't Star, Cad- oxton, Barry. DRAPERY.—Wanted, sharp YOUTH, also young APPRENTICE out-door preferred.—W. C. Edwards, Dunraven House, Bridgend. TO LET. -0. HOUSES TO LET, Castleland Street. Three minutes' walk from Barry Dock.—Apply J. D. JENKINS, Vere Street, Cadoxton. FT^O LET, Unfurnished APARTMENTS. Very _L reasonable terms to respectable party.—Apply, J. Thomas, saddler, Holton Road, Barry Dock. EDUCATIONAL. JQ AY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. HEBBLE HOUSE, CADOXTOX, BARRY. Principal MISS BARSTOW. Xext term commences MONDAY, APHIl. 13th. BARRY PREPARATORY SCHOOL, ATHER- STONE, WINDSOR-ROAD. PRINCIPAL MISS BURBRIDGE, R.A.M., Assiste(i by thoroughly eificient Governesses. Thorough English. French, Music, and other Accomplishments. Kindergarten Taught. BARRY PRIVATE DAY j SCHOOL, FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. —— TO COMMENCE ON APRIL 7TH. MUSIC. DRAWING, and Rudiments of French. as well as all the Elementary Ssbjects, by thoroughly qualified and experienced Teacher. ———— For full particulars, apply to- MRS. COLLIER, 111, HIGH STREET, BARRY. JNTER MEDIATE gCHOOL, 113, HIGH STREET. BARRY. MISS TAYLOR WISHES by these means to convey her sincere V V thanks to her numerous patrons for past support, and begs to inform them that her School will Resume duties on ApJUL 6TH. PROSPECTUS ON APPLICATION. NOTICE! NOTICE!! 11H, HIGH-STREET, BARRY, FINEST ASSORTMENT OF POTATOES, FRUIT, VEGE- TABLES, POULTRY, RABBITS, ETC., AT LOWEST PRICES. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO B. Davies, 118, HIGH-STREET, BARRY. WHEX times are bad then money is scare, and T V every one tries to buy in the cheapest market. If you want GOOD STRONG SERVICEABLE BOOTS CHEAP, now is your time to give G. B ISH 0 P, Of HOLTON-ROAD. A call, he having just secured a LARGE STOCK OF READY-MADE j JJOOTS, SHOES, AND QLIPPERS s Of every description, which he will be able to Sell ..at about HALF THE USUAL PRICE for Cash. Hand-sewn Boots made /on the premises by ex- perienced Workmen. Special attention given to repairs. Nothing but the best material used. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. Note the Address :— G. BISHOP, PRACTICAL BOOTMAKER AND REPAIRER. HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCK. i

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