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LIBERAL MEETING ATI BARRY…

BARRY (U D.) SCIIOOL BOARD.

RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IN THE…

THE BARRY DOCK CATHOLICI SCHOOL.

GLAMORGAN ARTILLERYI VOLUNTEERS.

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BARRY AND CADOXTON I BURIAL…

FUNERAL OF A PENARTH PILOT.

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FUNERAL OF A PENARTH PILOT. Amidst atmospherical surroundings of a most depressing nature, the mortal remains of the late Mr. Thomas Rosser were interred in the graveyard adjoining the Church of St. Augustine, Penarth, on Sunday. Notwithstanding a drenching down- pour of rain, a goodly company gathered round the graveside. The funeral cortege walked from the deceased's residence in Belle Vue-terrace to the church, the body being borne on the shoulders of six seamen. The coffin, which was enveloped in a Union Jack, and covered with a number of beauti- ful wreaths, was of polished oak, with massive brass furnishings. It was followed by the widow, the two daughters of the deceased, and the sons, Mr. Thomas Rosser, deputy master of the East Bute Dock, and Mr. William Rosser. Amongst the friends who assembled were Captain Pengelley, dock master, Penarth Captain Langlois, deputy- dock master; Mr. Thomas, master of East Bute Dock Captain Osborn, deputy-master of Roath Dock; Mr. W. Sparks, pier master; Mr. H. Thomas, assistant pier master; Captain Allen, Mr. David Evans, Mr. David Julien, Mr. Giles Woodward, Mr. Thomas F. Harris, Mr. David Davies, Mr. M. Davis, Mr. T. Morgan, Mr. W. Williams (Penarth), Mr. W. Leyshon, Mr. Charles Tamplin, Capt. John Williams, Mr. Atkin Williams, Mr. Thomas Evans, Mr. Albert Cope, Mr. E. T. Whitley, Mr. T. Goodman, Mr. John Hubbard, and others. The burial service was conducted by the Rev. W. Sweet-Escott, the vicar, assisted by the Rev. Robertøt. the<mr»te.

PENARTH POLICE COURT.

HEAVY CLAIM AGAINST THE BARRY…

THE "SOUTH WALES STAR" EMPLOYES…

EXPORTS AND IMPORTS AT BARRY…

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