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VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE. 11TH COMPANY. 2ND GLAMORGAN ARTIL- LERY VOLUNTEERS. COMPANY ORDERS.—Barry Dock, 6th May, 1892, —Drills for the week commencing 9th May, 1892:— Monday, 9th, a march out at Penarth, nth Com- pany to attend, leave Cadoxton by the 6.5y p.m. train for Cogan. Undress Uniform to be worn with Car- bine and Swocd, no sling to be on the Carbine. Tuesday, 10th, Gun Drill and Signalling Class. Wednesday. 11th, Gun Drill and Signalling Class. Thursday, 5th, Gun Drill and Signalling Class. Friday, 11th, Testing Gun Layers (final) by the Adjutant of the Corps at 7 p.m. sharp. As many members, of the 11th Company, as possible are requested to attend at Penarth for the march out on Monday next. There will also be a march out here on the 18th inst. Head-quarter Band will attend. As many members as possible should attend; Carbine and Swords will be issued, and any member not complete in clothing. iSrc. should get them at once. Hours of Drills: 7.30 to 8.30 p.m. By Order, (Signed) J. JUST. HANDCOCK,Capt., Commanding 11th Company. SEVERN VOLUNTEER DIVISION ROYAL- ENGINEERS SUBMARINE MINERS. BARRY DETACHMENT. Orders for week ending May 14th, 1892 :— On duty, Lance Corporal Davies. Drills as under:— May 9th and 13th, at Barry Market at 7.45 p.m. May 11th, Wednesday, the detachment will proceed to Cardiff, by the train leaving Barry at 6.52 p.m., to join in a Battalion inarch out." Uniform, drill order, i.e., tunics, forage caps, dress trousers: rifles and side arms. May 14th, Saturday, there will be no water drills at Penarth. By Order, J. ARTHUR fiUGHES, Lieut S.V.D.R.E., Commanding Barry Detachment.

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THE RELIGIOUS CENSUS OF BARRY.

THE REV. CHRISTMAS LEWIS.…

CORRESPONDENCE.

NOTES FROM LONDON.

CARDIFF COLUMN.

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MAY DAY.