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IX PARLIAMENT.—SES.^ ION 18:2.
IX PARLIAMENT.—SES.^ ION 18:2. BARRY RAILWAY TCCK AND RAILWAY EXTENSION AND FURTHER POWERS. (Additional Dock Railways and Works at Barry— New road at Cadoxton-Additional Lands in the Parishes of Cadoxton-juita-Barry and LLmtwit- Fardre —Add i tional Capital.) APPLICATION will be made to Parliament in fi the enduing Session I-y the Barry Railway Company (hereinafter called The Company ") for an Act for the following purposes, or some of them that is to say. To confer on the Company all necessary powers for making and maintaining the Dock and Works hereinafter described, viz. :— A Dock to be situate in the Parishe. of Cadoxton-juxta-Barry and Sully in the County ef Glamorgan within an area bounded Ci1 the north and north-west by the Company's main line of Railway from Cadoxton to Barry Dock cn the south-west by their Dock Basin and entrance on the soum by the Dam and Works authorised by the Barry Dock and Railways Act 1888 and on the south-east by the Cadoxton Brook. An entrance to the said intended Dock herein- before described from the north-eastern corner of the Company's Dock. A diversion of the watercourse known as the Cadoxton Brook or the Cadoxton River com- mencing at a point therein 66 chains or there- abouts measured in a straight line in the north- easterly direction from the house situ ste in the parish of Cadoxton-juxta-Barry near the Cadox- ton River known as Mill Cottage and so described on the 25-inch Ordnance Map, and 41 chains north (of Hayes Farm-house in the Parish of Sully and terminating in the existing Cadoxton Brook near the sluice gates at which it passes into the sea. A Railway No. 1 commencing-by a junction with the :ii,un line cf the Company at a point 14 chains or thereabouts south-westward of tre Cadoxton Station and terminating by a junction with the Company's existing Railway leading to the North Quay of the existing Dock at a point nearly opposite the centre of the Graving Dock. A Railway No. 2 commencing by a junction with the said proposed Railway No. 1 at a point between the existing Timber P'ltI and the Main Line of the Company's Railway seven chains or thereabouts south-west of the northern cor- ner of the said Timber Pond and terminating by a junction with the Company's existing Rail- way at a point 4 chains or thereabouts measured in a north-easterly direction from the point where the said railwav crosses the Passage leading from the Basin to the existing Dock. All which said intended works will be situate ir: the several parishes townships £ xtra-parochial and other places following or some or one of them that is to say Sully St. Andrew's Major ilerthyr Do van and Cadoxton-jux La-Barry in the County of Glamorgan. A Railway No. o commencing in the Parish of Cadoxton-]uxta-Barry by a junction with the Company s Penarth Branch Railway at or near the junction therewith of the Cardiff Penarth and Cadoxton-juxta-Barry Junction Railway known as Eiglis Junction and terminating by a junction with the Company's main line at or near the north-east end of the Barry Dock Station which said intended railway will be made or pass from or through or in the said Parish of Cadoxton- juxta-Barry. A road in the Parish of Cadoxton-juxta- Barry commencing by a junction with the pub- lic road on the east side of the Wenvoe Arms Hotel at Cadoxtou and terminating by a junction with the Moor Roau. leading from Cadoxton to C&uoxton. Lower Common, near the Weston Bridge, carrying the Company s Railway over the same, and in connef-non therewith to"st0P up so much nT: the first-mentioned existing public road in the said Parish as lie? between a point opposite the eastern end and the said Wenvoe Arms Hotel, and a point five chains or thereabouts south-eastward thereof, and to extinguish- all rights of passage or way over the said puri ion of road to be stopped up as aforesaid, To confer on the Company in respect of the Dock and Works to be authorised by the intended Act all or any of the powers which they have with regard to their authorised Dock and Works under the Barry Dock and Railways Acts 1834 IbSo 1883 1387 1883 1839 1890 1891 and specially to confer powers as to the management use regula- tion and protection of the intended Dock and Works and the regulation and control of vessels resorting thereto. To enable the Company to make and maintain all necessary or convenient Graving Docks shipping places sluices timber ponds jetties quays dams sidings tramways wharves landing stages ware- houses workshops roads ways approaches and other conveniences and machinery in connection with the said Dock and Railways. To enable the Company to cross alter scop up or (avert whether temporarily or permanently robots footpaths towing paths railways tramways rivers navigations streams sewers and other works and to alter or remove any wires posts tubes or apparatus gas pipes and water pipes as may be necessary or convenient in constructing or main- taining the said intended Dock Railways and vi orks and to divert or stop up and appropriate the soil of any public roads and footpaths within the limits of deviation marked on the deposited plans and to extinguish all rights of way over the s ime and to authorise deviations laterally and Vertically from the lines and levels of the works as shown upon the plans and sections hereinafter m: aliened to any extent which may be defined in the intended Act. To authorise the Company to purchase and take by compulsion or agreement for the purpose of the intended works la.nds houses and other property and also for the general purposes of their under- taking and of the intended Act to purchaee and ta;o by compulsion or agreement the lands her*- ar-er descrilted, viz. Land in the Parish of Cadoxton -juxta Barry situate at Cadoxtoil immediately south-east of the said Penarth Branch Railway where it joins the Company's mam line railway and which land lies immediately to the west of the road in the said Parish crossing tne --aid Penarth Branch Railway and leading from tne Cadoxton Sheeping Moors to Wenvoe. Lands and buildings in the Parish of Llantwit i.rdre situate near Albert Road and Kirkhouse Street Pontypridd and on both sides of the Com- panv s train line of railway and immediately north of the said Albert Road where the said read crosses t ie said iviuway and between the said Albert-road a~!l 'h; tramway leading from Crawshay's colliery to the fatr Vale Railway at Pontypridd and which J. ram way passes under the Company's Gelliwion Viaduct. To authorise for the purpose of the construc- tion of Dock Works and of Railway :\0. 3. the pur- caa-e and taxing of common or commonable land known as Cadoxton Common ill the aforesaid i «.r.sh of Cadoxton-juxta-Barry. of which it is estimated that aocut half an acre will be within t:-e limits of deviation, and may be taken under the intended Act. To enable the Company to demand take and recover dues tolls rates fares and charges upon or in respect of the intended Dock Railways and orks and to confer vary or extinguish "excnin- tions from tolls rates and cVa-ge-. To extend the time limited for the sale of sur- plus lands not required by the Company for the purposes of their undertaking. To confer further powers upon the Company in respect of the sale lease or other disposal of these 1 mds. To authorise the Company to purchase and take by compulsion notwithstanding Section 92 of the Lands Clauses Consolidation Act 1845 a part or parts of any house building or manufactory without being required or compelled to purchase the whole thereof. To authorise the Company to appl for the purposes of th: Bill any of their existing "or authorised capital or funds and for this purpose and the general purposes of their undertaking to raise additional capital by the creation of new ordinary or preference shares or stock and by borrowing on mortgage and by the creation or t issue of debenture stocks. The Bin will vary and evtin-rlsh all existing rights and privileges would interfere with ?bIeut* r/nd confer new rights and i, will incorporate with or without exempt-ions and modifications the Lands Clauses Acts tne Companies Clauses Consolidation Act i;45 the Companies Clauses Acts 1353 and 1835 the Railways Clauses Consolidation Act 1845 and the Railways Clauses Act 1833. On or before the 30ch November instant plans and sections of the intended Dock. Railways Roa 1 and Works and plans cf the lands which ill".V be taken compuisorily under the powers of tiV: iutended Act with a Book of Reference to such |lans containing the name5 of the owners and lessees or reputed owners and lessees and of the occupiers of such lands an Ordnance Map with the line of the said intended Railways delineated thereou and a copy of this notice as published in the Li'iiilott Gazette will be deposited for public inspection with the Clerk of the Peace for the County of Glamorgan at his office at Cardiff and ■on or before the same day a copy of so much of tne said plans sections and books of reference as relates to each parish cr extra parochial place in or through which the said intended works are to be made with a copy of this notice as published in the Loudon Gazette will be deposited for pubLc [ inspection in the case of each such parish with the Parish Clerk thereof at his residence and in th. case of any such extra parochial place with the Parish Clerk of some parish immediately adjoin- ing thereto at his residence. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that on cr before the 21st day of December next i printed copies of the proposed Bill will be de- posited in the Private Bill Office of the House of Commons. Dated this 18th dav of November. 1391. DOWNING AND HANDCOCK, Vienna Chambers, Cardiff, Solicitors. DYSON AND CO.. 24, Parliament-street, Westminster, Parliamentary Agents.
iBARRY AND CADOXTOU G-AS AND…
IN PARLIAMENT—SESSION 1892. i BARRY AND CADOXTOU G-AS AND WATER. (Powers to construct new works, acquire further Lands and raise additional Capital, other Powers, Amendment or Repeal of Acts.) "V^OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that applica- -i-N tion is intended to'be made to Parliament in the ensuing Session by the Barry and Cadoxton Gas and Water Company (hereinafter called The Company ") for leave to bring in a Bill for all or some of the following among other purposes that is to say :— 1.—To authorise the Company to make and maintain the works hereinafter described, or some or one of them to be wholly situate in the Parish of Saint Andrews Major, in the County of Glamorgan, that is to say :— (a) A Conduit adit or line of pipes. No. 1, to commence from and out of the exist- ing pumping works and well of the Company on Biglis Moors, and to terminate in that portion of Dinas Powis Moor num- bered 702 on the 1-2500 scale Ordnance Map of that Parish, and 21 chains or there- abouts from the north-west corner of a field, numbered 707 on the said Ordnance Map. (11) A well shaft or boring to be situate in that part of Dinas Powis Moor numbered 702 on the 1-2500 scale Ordnance Map of that Parish, and 2h chains or thereabouts from the north-west corner of a field numbered 707 on the said Ordnance Map. fr) A Conduit adit or line of pipes, No. 2, to commence from or out of the well shaft or boring (work h) before described, and to terminate in and near the north corner of that part of Cog Moor numbered 710 on the 1-2500 scale Ordnance Map of that Parish. (,1) A road to commence at and from the existing pumping works and well of the Company before described, and to terminate by a junction with the existing road of the Barry Railway Company at a point one chain or there- abouts south of the north-west corner of a field numbered 707 on the 1-2500 scale Ordnance Map of the aforesaid parish, (') All necessary and proper embankments walls dams cuts channels aqueducts catch- waters culverts tunnels drains sluices wells tanks engines buildings mains pipes machinery appliances roads Plp- proaches telegraphs and telephones and other works and conveniences. 2.—To authorise the Company to (a) Purchase by compulsion or agreement and hold and to take on lease and to take grants of easements over through or under lands buildings springs streams waters and other hereditaments and property which may be required for the purposes of the intended works and of their undertaking or otherwise requisite or desirable for the purposes of the Bill. and to vary and extinguish all rights and pri- vileges connected therewith. (lJ) Take collect divert impound appro- priate and use all such springs and waters as can be diverted and abstracted or as will or may be intercepted by the proposed works or which may be found in or under any of the lands for the time being be- longing to the Company, or over or in res- pect of which they may acquire easements or rights. (to) Deviate from the lines and levels of the intended works to such an extent as ma}' be defined by the Bill or prescribed by Parlia- nlent. (t,7) Lay down maintain alter remove and renew mains pipes and other apparatus works and conveniences in over under or across and for that purpose to break up. open alter divert stop up or otherwise interfere with either temporarily or per- manently. any turnpike cr other roads highways footways streets public places bridges canals navigations towing paths railways tramways telegraphs telephones pipes sewers drains rivers strc-ams brooks or watercourses in the parishes townships and places before mentioned so far as may be necessary or convenient for any of the purposes of the Bill. 3.—To authorise the Company to raise further moneys for the purposes of the Bill and for the general purposes of their undertaking by the creation of new shares or stock with or without a preference priority or guarantee in payment of interest or dividend or other rights or privileges attached thereto and by borrowing on mortgage or bond and by the creation and issue of debenture stock or by any of these means, and to apply to any of the purposes of the Billi any moneys now belonging to the Company or which they have power to raise. 4.—To incorporate with the Bill all or some of the provisions of "The Companies' Clauses Con- solidation Act. IS-5." The Companies' Clauses Act. 1853." The Companies' Clauses Act, 1839." The Lands" Clauses Acts, and The Waterworks' Clauses Acts. 1847 and 1863," and such parts of "The Railways' Clauses Consolidation Act. 1845," c- as relate to roads and the temporary occupation of lands with such variations modifications and j exceptions as the Bill may prescribe. 5.—To alter, amend, extend, enlarge or to repeal so far as may be necesstry for the purposes of the Bill the provisions or some of the provisions of The Barry and Cadoxton Gas and Water Acts. 1883 and 1839." and all other acts (if any) which may relate to or be affected by any of the objects of the Bill. ô.-Tbe Bill will confer on the Company all powers rights authorities and privileges which are or may become necessary for carrying it into execution, will vary and extinguish all rights and privileges which would in any manner impede or interfere with its objects, and will confer other ex- emptions rights and privileges, and will contain all such provisions as may be necessary or inciden- tal to its objects. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN, that on or before the 30th day of Novem- ber instant plans and sections of the intended works together with books of reference to such plans and a copy of this Notice as published in the London Gazette will be deposited for public inspec- tion with the Clerk of the Peace for the County of Glamorgan at his Office at Cardiff, and with the Parish Clerk of the said Parish of Saint Andrews Major, at his residence, and on or before 'he 21st, day of December next. printed copies of the Bill for effecting the objects aforesaid will be deposited iu the Private Bill Office of the House of Commons. Dated this 18th day of November, 1891: DOWNING AND HANDCOCK. Cardiff, Solicitors. JOHN CHARLES BALL. 13. Parliament Street. Westminster. Parliamentary Agent.
EMPLOYEES' LIABILITY ACT. !J.L. 1J .l .i:J_ .l .J.- '.J NOTICE TO BUILDERS. BRICK-MAKERS. CONTRACTORS. COLLI CRY OWNERS. PAINTERS. PLUM BEitS. AND OTHER EMPLOYERS OF LABOUR. THE EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY AND WORK- PEOPLE'S PROVIDENT AND ACCIDENT IX- SURANCE COMPANY (LIMITED), Colmr-c- chambers, Newhall-street. Birmingham, under- takes to cover Employers from all Liabilities, Cost of Litigation, icc., arising out of the Operation of the Act, at reasonable rates. Workmen's Insurance Policies are also issued, thus securing to workune i Compensation for all Accidents happening during employment, and £ 50 in case of Fatal. Accidents, for a small sum per week. For further Particulars apply to Representative, T. I. COMrTON, co Mi:. W. W. ADAMS, Porthkerry Park. Barry. Xo Employer is Safe Uninsured. [529 PLOUGHS, HORSEHOES, HORSE GEARS, CHAFFCUTTERS.CAKE BREAKERS, Ac., CARTS, WAGGONS, TROLLIES, TRAPS AND CARRIAGES of all kinds. Agents for the Bristol Wagon Works Company. Lists free. HIBBERT it SONS, 10 and 11. Castle-street, Cardiff. [75
j PJNTYPRIDll BURIAL BOARD.;
IX PARLIAMENT—SESSION, 1892. PJNTYPRIDll BURIAL BOARD. Foraaation of Burial Boards for parte of parishes of LSantwit Fardre Llanwonno Llantrisant Llan- £.,1..011 and Eglwysilacn Glamorganshire within present or future Urban Sanitary District of Pontypridd and net. within Ecclesiastical Parish or District Glvntàff-Power to hold meetings iu LULtnrc of Vestry Meet- ings—Powers of meetings—Nnaber. election, | Mc.. of members ef new Burial Boards —New Boards and Glyntaff Burial Board to be a joint Board—Application of Burial Acts —Vesting of Burial Gro«nd of Glyntaff Burial Board- in and trans-far property and liabilities of Glyntaff Board, to Joint Board—Provi- visions as to constitution and officers and servants of Glyntaff Board apportionment of expenses of Joint Board between districts of new Burial Board and contribution by those districts to leans of Glyntaff Board —Arbitration — Enlargement of existing Burial Ground of Glyn- taff Board—Compulsory purchase of lands— Stopping up footpath and of existing approach— Road to Burial Ground of Glyntaff Board— Costs of Act. N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that applica- tion is intended to be made to Parliament in the ensuing Session for leave to bring in a Bill for effecting the purposes or some of the purposes following (that is to say) To provide for the formation of a Burial Board for each af the following districts namely so much of each of the Parishes of Llantwit Fardret Llanwonno Llantrisiinf Llanfabon and Eglwysilau. all in the County of Glamorgan respectively as (fl) is comprised within the Urban Sanitary District of Pontypridd in the same County as now existing.or as it may be hereafter lawfully extended, whether r before or after the passing of 1 he intended Act, and (/>) is not included in the District of the Knrial [ Board for the Ecclesiastical Parish or District of j Glyntaff in the same County (hereinafter called the Glyntaff Burial Board) and to confer all such, powers as may be necessary in that behalf upon the parishioners assembled in a vestry meeting or a meeting in the native of a Vestry Meeting of each of the Districts for which a Burial Board is intended to be formed as afore-. said as if such District were a District for which a ■ Vestry Meeting' or Meeting in the nature of a ¡ Vestry Meeting could now be lawfully held and a Burial Board constituted or a Burial Ground prù- vided under the Burial Acts 1852;to 1871 and to provide for the holding of Vestry Meetings or Meeting-sin the nature of Vestry Meetings accord- ingly. To prescribe the number of members of which each Burial Board to 'ye formed as afore- said shall consist and to make provision for the election appointment retirement rotation and qualification of members of each such Board to provide that the Burial Boards to be formed as aforesaid shall together with the Glyntaff Burial Board constitute and act as one Joint Burial Board for all the districts of such Burial Boards for the purposes of the said intended Act and of the said Burial Acts and any Acts amending the same and that all the provision of such Acts shall save as in the said intended Act may be otherwise expressly provided apply to such Joint Burial Board accordingly. To provide that the Burial Ground now be- longing to the Glyntaff Burial Board as such Burial Ground now exists or as it is proposed to be enlarged under the provisions of the intended Act r'lall be deemed to have been provided by the said Joint Board and shall be the one Burial Ground for all the Districts of the said Burial Boards constituting such Joint Board and to transfer to the Joint Board the property and liabilities of the Glyntaff Burial Board. To prescribe and regulate and if thought ex- pedient to reduce either immediately or as and from such period or periods as the Bill may pre- scribe the number of members from time to time of the Glyntaff Burial Board and to regulate pre- scribe and if necessary limit the future num- her of members of that board to provide for the transfer to such Joint Board as aforesaid of officers and servants of the Glyntaff Burial Board and for securing to such officers and servants their present salaries and emoluments and the right to hohl their respective offices unless the Glyntaff Burial Board otherwise agree. To declare and provide that the Incumbents Churchwardens Overseers Parish Clerks and Sextons of each of the several parishes for parts of which a Burial Board may be formed as afore- said shall be deemed to be for the purposes of the Burial Acts 1852 to 1871 and of any Acts amend- ing the same and of the intended Act the Incum- bents Churchwardens Overseers Parish Clerks and Sextons of such part or parts and to regulate their rights to fees and emoluments and their other rights powers and duties in relation to the Burial Ground of the said Joint Burial Roard. To define and to regulate the rights of inter- mont in the TImid Ground of the said Joint Burial Board. To apportion or provide for the apportion- ment (to be determined by arbitration in the case of difference) between the Districts of the several Boards constituting the Joint Board of the ex- penses of the Joint Board includ'ng therein any monies requirtd to be provided for the discharge of the liabilities of the Glyntaff Burial Board for crin relation of their existing Burial Ground and the proposed extension thereof and to provide for the payment by each of the said Districts (other than that of the Glyntaff Burial Board) to the Glyntaff Burial Board of such annual or other sums as the Bill may prescribe by way of contri- bution of such portion of the loan raised by the Glyntaff Burial Board for or in relation to their existing Burial Ground as has been already or may upon the passing of the intended Act be paid off or discharged by that Board. To provide for referring to Arbitration of all or any questions to arise between the Glyntaff Burial and the said Joint Burial Board in relation to the transfer of the property and liabilities of the Glyn- taff Burial Board to the said Joint Burial Board. To empower the Glyntaff Burial Board or the Joint Board to be constituted as aforesaid to enlarge and extend the existing Burial Ground of the Glyntaff Burial Board upon the whole or some part or parts of the lands and within the limits hereinafter specified and to purchase and take the said lands in the manner provided by the Lands' Clauses Consolidation Acts compuisorily or by agreement and to use the same for the purposes of a Burial Ground and approaches thereto and works eonnectcd therewith. The said lands are wholly in the Parish of Egiwysilan in the County of Glamorgan and are the following (that is to say) (If) Certain closes or lands numbered respec- tively 1029. 1030. and 1032 on the Ordnance Survey for Wales published on the scale of 1 2500 or 25'314 inches to the mile (here- inafter referred to as the Ordnance Survey. And (11) such parts of the closes or lands numbered respectively on the Ordnance Survey 1007. 1012, 1014, 1031, 1033 as lie to the eastward of the Pontypridd Caerphilly and Newport Railway. To authorise the Glyntaff Burial Board or the Joint Board to be formed as aforesaid to stop up and discontinue the existing public footpath across the lands numbered 1031 and 1030 as aforesaid and in substitution therefor to make a new footpath and to provide for the dedication of the said new footpath and its maintenance and repair as a put lie highway. To authorise the Glyntaff Burial Board or the Joint Board to be constituted as aforesaid to stop up and discontinue for public traffic the public roadway situate between the existing Burial Ground of the Glyntaff Burial Board on its south-western side and lands belong or re- puted to belong to Lady Llanover and which road leads from the public road from Merthyr-Tydfil to Cardiff and terminates at the entrance gates of the existing Burial Ground and to vest in the said Board the site and soil of the said road to extin- guish all public and other rights of way and other rights in over or affecting the same and to enable the said Board to use the same as part of their Burial Ground. To enable the Glyntaff Burial Board or the Joint Board to be formed as aforesaid to make all necessary approaches to and communications with their Burial Ground and to make and carry into effect contracts agreements cr arrangements with public bodies and private persons for or in relation to the hereinbefore mentioned lands and works or ny of the purposes of the intended Act and to con- ::nl1 with or witiiout alteration any such contract agreement or arrangement ns may have been jntv-rtd into prior to the p .ssing or the intended Act by the Glyntaff Burial Board. T < provide for the payment of tin costs charges and expenses of and incidental to the pre- paring for obtaining and passing of the intended Act by the said Joint Burial Board. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY ALSO GIVEN that on or before the 30th day of November 1891 plans Inscribing the lands intended to be taken com- atlsorily under the powers of the Bill with a rook of reference to such plans and a copy of this lotice as published in the London GazrtUi will be deposited for public inspection with the Clerk of the Peace for the County of Glamorgan it his Office at Cardiff in that County on or before he same day. A copy of the said plans and book df reference and of this notice as published in the London (iaz'-ttr will be deposited with the Parish Clerk of the Parish of Eirlwysilan aforesaid at his residence. v Printed copies of the intended Bill will be deposited in the Private Bill Office of the House of Commons on or before the 21st day oi. December next. Dated; this 16th day of November, 1891. SPiCKETT AND SONS. Pontypridd, Solicitors for the Bill. ItEE.> AND FRERE, 13, Great George-street, Westminster, Parliamentary Agents.
THE. BARRY AND CADOXTON BURIAL BOARD. rpiIiL above Board are prepared to receive JL TUN DESRS for COVERING over the OPEN YA RD at the back of the Caretaker's Lodge at the Cemetery with Stout Crown Glass. FulL particulars. may be obtained and the yard may ba seen. on application to the Care Laker at the Lodge in the Cemetery. Sealed Tenders, to be endorsed Tenders for Covering Yard," to be delivered to me on or before TUESDAY., the 1st day of December, 1891. The Board do not bind themselves to accept th-3. lowest, or any other Tender. By Order, J. ARTHUR HUGHES,. Burial Roard Office, CLERK. Vere-street. Cadoxton. 19th November. 1891. [5311 Barry and Cadoxton Burial Board. OTATSMEXT OF ACCOUNTS since fomnti O of the Board to 20th October, 1891: RECEIPTS. £ s. d. £ s. d. For year ending 1883. Precepts, Barry Parish 1 13 1 1890, „ „ 11 10 „ „ Merthyr Dontn 86 9 9 v Cadoxton 177 8 2. im. „ 337 3; IP; Merthyr Dovan 149 3, 2 „ Barry 34 1-5. 1 Part of 1892. „ Barry ie; 10 9, „ Merthyr Dovan 23Q 10 5 „ Cadoxton 555, 14. 1 1"îritO 18 11 1889. Burial Fees 0 0 0. 1890. „ 20 9 0 1891. 68 4 a Part of 1892. 58 9 CL 147 2 0 1891. Sale of Grass 2 10 0 Part of 1832. „ 2 0 O. 4 10 0 Balance 19 18 10 £ 1,772 9 9 KXPUXDITCRE. For year ending 1889. Purchase of Site. 21 0 0 1890. „ w 48.9 12 4 1891. 13 16 1 -————— 524 8 5 1890. Formation of Cemeterv 248 10 8 1881." 29 3 0 Part of 1892. 8621 ————— 363 15 9 1890. Salaries and Wages 88 17 6 1891. 111 3 0 Part of 1892. „ 94 1 8 294 2 2 1891. Caretaker's Lodge 170 0 0 P.irt of 1S92. „ 255 18 1 —————— 425 18 1 1891. Drainage 58 0 0 58 Q 0 General Char yen, viz.:— 1889. Establishment Legal Ex- penses, and Tithes, Ac. 10 10 6 1890. 30 0 5 1891. „ 32 6 3 Part of 1892, 33 8 2 ————— 106 5 4 £ 1,772 9 9 (Signed) JOHN ROBINSON, Chairman. J. ARTHUR HUGHES, Clerk. 17th November, 1891. BALANCE SHEET O F CONC E R T D Held April 22nd, 1891, in aid of MR. GOMER JONES. RECEIPTS. £ s. d. Cash received at the door 5 19 8 Subscriptions—Mr. Hitchings. Tondu 0 10 0 „ Miss O. Talbot, London 3 0 0 „ Colonel Turbervilic 0 10 0 „ Miss Caroline Williams 0 10 0 Miss Maggie Morton 0 5 0 „ Mr. W. M. Davies 0 5 0 By tickets sold per Messrs. C. Jones, J. Court, D. Jones, T. Rees, G. Jones, J. Rees, J. Morris, J. Powell. D. James, J. Jones, D. Lewis, D. Davies. 27 3 6 £38 3 2 PAYMENTS, j; s. d. Articles 3 9 1 Printing. 2 3 6 Gas 0 6 0 Posting Circulars and replies 0 9 9 Stamps and Stationery 0 2 0 Bill Posting. 0 4 0 Cash to Mr. Gomer Jones. 27 0 10 „ in hand 480 £ 38 3 2 (Signed) DAVID DAVIES. 525] Treasurer and Chairman. THE CADOXTON DISTRICT AND COUNTY CLUB AND INSTITUTE. CADOXTON HOTEL, VERE-STREET. President DB. GonE, Solicitor A. JACKSON, ESQ, THE ABOVE CLUB WILL OPEN WITH A SMOKING CONCERT On NOVEMBER 231m, 1891, at 8.:30 p.m., Secretary, W. D. LEWIS. 532] PEOPLE'S PAP, PONTYPRIDD. —— I Very Attractive. Sure to Please. Always Something New. For all particulars apply to Mr. A. C. BEERE, Secretary. Park Hall, Cardiff. SATURDAY POPULAR CONCERTS, SEASON 1891-2, Saturday, November 32rd. SIGISOR FOLI, THE GREATEST ENGLISH BASS. Mr. A. Ernest Jones, PENARTH, AT THE ORGAN. AND LOCAL CELEBRITIES. Accompanist: Mrs CLARA KOYELLO DA VIES Conductor: Mr. J A COP, DAVIES. [481 F311 SALE—40 Fully-paid ( £ 10) SHARES in the VICTORIA BRICK WORKS. CO, LD PON T y PR IDD. Apply to Messrs. H. S. Davies and Morgan, Town-hall Chambeis, Pontypridd. [56 I GREAT BARGAINS. f FOLLICK, PAWNBROKER AND JEWELLER, i" CORNER OF Barry-road & lain-st., Cadoxton, r Also 40 and 4$, BRIDGE STREET,, CARDIFF, HAS FOB? SALE THE UNDERMENTIONED BARGAINS Splendid Patterns GOLD ALESRT, French make, Splendid Dtesign, cost Z 9 10s to. be sold at a great Sacrifice 75s. GOLD CURB ALBERT AND LOCKET, every Link Stamped, could not be bought New for three times the price only 7rs, LONG SILVER GUARD, Denble Link, Fancy Pattern, cirginally cost 308.. Price asked now only 12s, 6d. A Splendid Set of GOLD BROOCH AND EARRINGS, in case,.Handsome Pattern, very Neat and Splendidly Finished, a. Bargain, only 19s. A Large Assortment of ficii Wedding Rings, Keepers, Iress Rings, and Signet: B for Sale. t) n 1, Silver Gents') in Yari-aty. Watches cf all Kinds. New and Second-hand Clothing always in Stock. SOITI OUR OLD-ESTABLISH-SD ADDRESSES:— FOLLICK, Corner of Barry-road and Main-street, CADOXTON. Also 40 and 41, Bridge street, Cardiff. GRAND SHOW OF WINTER FASHIONS BALL & EVENING DRESSES, &c. t B. Evans & Company li HAVE THE PLEASURE TO ANNOUNCE THAT TO-MORROW, SATURDAY, NOV. 14, THEY WILL MAKE A T Magnificent Display of Winter Fash- ions, Novelties, and New Goods, INCLUDING Ball, Evening and Dinner Dresses, Mantles, Costumes, Millinery, Outfitting, Furs, Dress Materials, Lace Goods, Gloves, Ribbons, Trimmings, Hosiery, Um- brellas, and Gentlemen's Mercery. ALSO A Grand Stock of Household Drapery, Curtains, Fur- nishing Materials, Carpets, Cabinet Furniture, and Ironmongery. &c. A YISIT OF INSPECTION^RESPECTFULLY INVITED. TEMPLE STREET, SWANSEA. NOVEMBER 13TH: 1891. [252 W. H. GIBBY, 85, High Street BARRY, FUMISHIM AND G-EIEUAL IRONMONG ER, FENDERS, TR- VELLIXG TRUNKS FIRE VASES, GREAT VARIETY. LAMPS GREAT VARIETY. AND BEDDIXG EVERY BEST LAMP OIL, CARPENTERS' & JOINERS' TOOLS. SUPERIOR TABLE & POCKET CUTLERY. Sole Agent for the ALBO CARBON LIGHT. The Brichest, Steadiest, and Most Economical of Gaslights BENJAMIN LEWIS, GROCER, BAKER AND PROVISION NERCHANT, PALMERSTOWN AND BARRY ROAD, CADOXTON-BARRY. Try onr High-Class Provisions at Low Prices. SPECIALITIES IN TEAS GOOD FAMILY, Is. (kl.; SPLENDID BLEND, 2s. AND FINEST GOWN, 23. G L Lewis's Bread is the bread of the day, Lewis's Bread defies competition, Lewis's Bread is the best, people say Lewis's Bread withstands opposition Lewis's Bread is the bread for the young, Lewis's Bread is both wholesome and pure, Lewis's Bread for the weak and che strong Lewis's Brer.d will just suit you. I'm sure. Lewis's Bread for the navvy is best, Lewis's Bread for workmen to carry. Lewis's Bread is the bread to digest Lewis's Bread is known down in Barry Lewis's Bread for the Welsh Bard, Lewis's Bread has a very wide fame, Lewis's Bread for all men who work hard. Lewis's Bread bears B. Lewis's name. N,D,-Tea Meetings Supplied on Reasonable Terms. THE CADOXTON COACH AND WHEEL WORKS, ADJOINING BANK BUILDINGS, CADOXTON, DAHR Y. MR. A. R. LEWIS BEGS to call the attention of the public srenerallv that he is now prepared to EXECUTE ALL KINDS of CARRIAGES, TRAPS, &c., In the most modern styles. ESTIMATES FREE. EXPERIENCED WORKMEN EMPLOYED. CARRIAGE PAINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. GENERAL SMITHY AND REPAIRING WORK EXECUTED ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE. A. R. L. begs to refer the public to his most recent accomplishments for several of the leading gentry Williams, andA, Davies (Barry Hotel.) and tradesmen of the district, Includino- Dr. O'Donnell, Mr. J. J. Williams, B. E.Hoddinott, <= I The Sontli Wales Open Stock Exchange Company, STOCK & SHARE DEALERS, MAIOT BUILDINGS* CARDIFF. TELEGRAMS—SCRIP, CARDIFF." DEAL FREELY IX LOCAL, STDeKS ASP SHARES, AMERICAN, COLONIAL, & HOMJJ; RAILWAYS, 9 FOREIGN BOXDS, .:(¡;c" For Speculation or Investment on the Co^eX System" (and charge QO, Brokerage or, Speculative Transactions). 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