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BARRY DOCK. VISITORS.—This week Alderman E-nvards, J.P., ex-president of the Baptist Union, and Mrs. Edwards (the parents of Dr. Lloyd-E Iwards) have ■ been on a visit t,) Barrv Dock. THE BIBLE CHRISTIAN* CHAPEL—The opening services in connection with this chapel were con- tinued on Sunday, when the Revs. F. W. Bourne, London, the president of the conference, and J. H. Stowell, M.A., East Barry, preached eloquent sermons to good congregations. Dn. W. LLOYD EDWARDS, of Holton-i-rod. Barry Dock, has been appointed acting-surgeon of the Severn Volunteer Division Royal Engineers (Sab-Marine .Miner;;). XEW ARCHITECT.—We learn that Mr. Edward Webb, of 16, Swiss Chambers. Queen-street. Cardiff, has opened a branch office in Holton-road, Barry Dock. Mr. Webb was formerly in practice at Barn- staple. where he had a large experience. ACCIDEXT TO A HOUSE.—A serious accident has happened to a horse which belongs to Mr. ErIc", haulier, of Barry Dock, and which is valued at about £60. The horse, it seems, was grazing in v field ad- joining the Holton Quarts-, and as the quarry was not fenced off. the animal fell over and broke his back. The damages which it sustained sveie so serio-us that the poor creature had to be shot. BARRY RAILWAY TRAIN ALTERATIONS.—In October, and until further notice, the 6.5 a.m-. and the 10.22 a m. trains ex Cogan will leave at 6.o'a.m. and 10.12 a.m. respectively, and be earlier throughout. The amended times of these trains will be as follows:— Cardiff Docks (T.V.)dcp.920 a.m.: Cardiff (Queen- street) 9.50 a.m. Cardiff (G.W.R) 9.54 a.m. Grange- town 10.1 a.m. Penarth Dock alT. 10.6 a.m. Cogan dep. 6.3 and 10.12 a.m. Dinas Powis 6.7 and 10..16 a.m.; Cadoxton 6.11 and 10.21 a.m.: Barry Dock 6.14 and 10.24 a.m.; Barry arr. 6.18 and 10.28 a.m. WE UNDERSTAND that Mr. J C. Meggitt. the chairman of the Barry and Cadoxton Local Board, accompanied by the surveyor, had recently andnterview with Mr. R. Forrest, the agent of the VVenvoe Castle Estate, in reference to several public improvements. One result of the interview is that Evans-street and Richard-street are to be continued through into the new road which is being mtule parallel to Holto-n-rwul. This a great public improvement, as, according to the former arrangements, the ends of Evans-street and Richard-street would be blocked by buildings. INQUEST—An inquest was held on Wednesday morning at the Barry Dock Police-station on the Ixtdy of Robert Ward, aged 14, described as a boy on board the steamship Capenor, of London.—Captain Ralph Saunderson said that at 10.30 a.m. on the 14th inst. the boy was at work in the hold, the ship being at the time oif Treoes Head. in the Bristol Channel, on the way to Barry Dock. The access from the hold to the- deck was by means of a ladder. There was plenty of light in the hold at the time, as the hatches were off. He did not see the accident, but. hearing the carj>enter call, he went down and saw the boy dead atthe bottom of the hold.—Rudolf Olshen, carpenter, said on the day in question the boy was playing, and climbing up and down the ladder. He heard the boy suddenly cry out, which drew his attention. On going to see what was the matter he found the boy dead.—A verdict of "Accidental death" wa.s returned. FOLLICK'S is the Best Shop for Jewellery. Splendid assortment and at all prices. Corner of Barry-road and Main-street.—Advt.

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