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NOTES FROM LONDON

A SAD CASE AT CARDIFF.

ROUND THE TOWNS.

MEETING OF THE -II-) BARRY…

TIIE NEW MINIS FRY.

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SIR CHARLES DILKE ON PUBLIC…

CADOXTON CHURCH SCHOOL TREAT.--

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CADOXTON CHURCH SCHOOL TREAT. The annual treat of the Cadoxton Parish Church Sunday Schools took place on Wednesday last cn Barry Island. Prior to starting all the children met in Iddesleigh-street, Cadoxton, at 12.:>'J, where they were formed into procession in the following order :-A brake, which was kindly placed at the disposal of the Rector by our esteemed townsman, Mr. B. Hoddinnott, Witchill Hotel, con- veying the little ones who were too small to walk then a banner (a magnificent one, got up by the Misses Palmer and Miss Lewis), carried by two stalwart scholars from Idd-jsleigh-street Mission Room School; followed by the Parish Church Sunday School, numbering about (¡,j; the Welsh School, 40 Barry Dock English Church School, 180 and Iddesleigh street, 19.) with the worthy Rector bringing up the rear. Each school marched in class order, the different; teachers looking after their respective classes. Dr. Livingstone also joined the procession. The weather turned out all that could be desired, considering the rain and storm experienced the previous day, and the afternoon was very agree- ably diversified by bathing, rounders, crichet, football, races, and other pleasant and enjoyable games, ending with a tug-of-war. Ladies v. Gentle- men, the former proving victorious. The tea iiiuat ^aiiicu uut kfy following ladies :—Mrs. Palmer, Mrs. Simmonds, Mrs. Collins, Miss Lewis; the Misses Palmer, Miss Jenkins, Miss Morgan, and Miss Phillips, who were greatly assisted at the table by Mrs. De Boer, Mrs. Marsh. Mrs. Llewellyn, Miss Small, Misses Rogers, Miss Parry, Miss Evans, Miss il L Wright, Miss Brooks, Miss Giles, Miss Evans, Miss Dew. Miss Davies, &c. The following gentlemen also rendered valuable help The Rector, Rev. Couch and t sher, the two churchwardens, Mcsrp, Evans, R. T. Holmes, E. Lloyd, J. R. Llewellyn, and J. Felix Williams. The serving of tea com- menced about 4.30, and lasted till 7.30, the very large number of 585 anults and children, having been very satisfactorily attended to. The caterers were Mrs. Simmonds and Mrs. Bur- bidge (Barry-road), and Mr. J. Spickett (Rock House). Mrs. Simmonds, in addition to providing part or the provisions, rendered invaluable assist- ance throughout the afternoon, and the provisions all round gave general satisfaction. Mr. John Jones, Ilolton-road, very kindly sent his waggonette to take the young on3s home in the evening. The start homewards commenced shortly after eight, prior to which each child was given iA 19 bun and a few sweets. A large number of the Cadoxton contingent went home in charge of Messrs. J. F. Williams and Evan Lloyd, assisted by Mrs. Adams, and on their way mat the worthy Rector, whom they cheered till they were hoarse. Several hymns were also sung en route, and the huge company broke up at Cadoxton after singing the National Anthem and further cheering the Hector.

BURNING FATALITY AT BARRY…

REV. HENRY BABB AT BRIDGEND.

FAILURE OF A BARRY TRADESMAN.

INSPECTION OF THE NEW ABERTHAW…

WHY IS'NT WALES TOBY ?