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A POOR LAW UNION FOR BARRY.

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THE BARRY BILL REPORTED !…

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THE BARRY BILL REPORTED FOR THIRD READING. I We are pleased to inform our readers that the Barry Railway Bill caaie before the Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee of the House of Commons on Friday last. THE BILL WAS UNOPPOSED, and after Mr. Mellor had heard the formal evidence the Bill was allowed to proceed, and ordered to be reported for the third reading. MEETING OF THE BARRY DIRECTORS. The monthly meeting of the directors of the Barry Dock and Railways Company was held on Friday at the general offices, Barry Dock, Mr. Archibald Hood, J.P. deputy-chairman, presiding. There were also present Messrs. Edward Davies, J.P. (managing director), '1'. R. Thompson, J.P.. John Cory, J.P., T. Webb, J.P., J. Walter Insole, J.P., L. Gueret, J.P., G. C. Downing, Cardiff (solicitor), R. Evans (general manager), W. Meiu I (secretary), and James Bell, C.E. (resident; engineer). The proceedings were, as usual, con- ducted in private but we understand no business of importance was transacted. After luncheon, prepared by Messrs. R. P. Culley and Co., of the Barry Dock Hotel, the directors were conveyed I around the works by special train. i

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