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A POOR LAW UNION FOR BARRY.

LOCAL NOTES.

-..,..-.-VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE.

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IBARRY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.

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BARRY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. On Wednesday evening a very interesting gathering took place at the above church, the occasion being the return of the pastor and his wife from their hone3rmoon. Mr. J. C. Meggitt presided. The room had been very prettily and tastefully decorated by the ladies, and. there was a very large attendance, the entrance of Mr. and Mrs. I Stowell being greeted with much applause.—The Chairman, after a few remarks, presented Mr. I Stowell with a dining-room clock on behalf of the church and congregation. Mr. John O. Davies, on behalf of the teachers and officers of the Sunday School, then called upon Mrs. Gould to present an II. electro egg stand to Mrs. Stowell, and Miss Lily Thomas also presented Mrs. Stowell with a salver, suitably engraved, the gift of the girls in her Sun- day School class. Mr. and M-rs. Stowell were both heartily received upon rising to respond, much interest being manifested in the maiden speech of the pastor's wife. After an interval-for refreshments the proceeding were ot a social character, the meeting which was most enjoyable and hearty being brought to a conclusion by a ¡ remarkably happy speech by the Rev. John Morris, of Star-street Congregational Church, Cardiff The clock, which was much admired, was supplied by Mr. A. W. Newman, Jeweller, of Barry and Cadox- ton, and bore the following inscription Pre- sented to the Rev. J Hilton Stowell, M.A., by the members of his church and congregation, on the occasion of his marriage with Miss Murrell, Barry. f April 19,1893."

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ANNIVERSARY SERVICESI AT CADOXTOiN.