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I LOCAL & DISTRICT NEWS CADOXTON-BARRY. For all kinds of Stationery and Fancy Note Papers go to L. NEWMAN'S, Bookseller and Stationer, 104, Holton-road, Barry Dock. Go TO HAROLD L. LINDSEY'S NEW HAIRDRESS- IWG SALOON for a Clean, Comfortable, Easy Shave. Has been opened in DQck View-road (opposite the Shipping Offices). Barry Dock. AUDIT OF THE LOCAL BOARD'S ACCOUNTS.—Mr G. H. Brett. the public auditor of the South Wales district, audited the accounts of the Barry and Cadoxton Local Board this week. NEW LOCAL BUSINESS OPENED.—Miss Alice Major, of Cardiff, has opened business in stationery. Fancy Toys, Sweets, and all kinds of Tobaccos, also as Newsagent, at 70. Main-street. Cat* oxton-Biirry. BARRY DOCK. For Fashionable Haircutting go to L. NEWMAN'S Hairdressiug Rooms, 104, Holton-road, Barry Dock. Go TO HAROLD L. LINDSEY'S NEW HAIRDRESS- ING SALOON for a Clean. Comfortable, Easy Shave. Opened in Dock View-road (opposite the Shipping Offices), Barry Dock. BIBLE CHRISTIAN MISSIONS.—Special services in connection with the home and foreign missions will be held on Sunday next at the Bible Christian Chapel. Court-road. Barry Dock. On Tuesday evening, the annual missionary meeting will be held nt the same place. Alderman R. Cory, J.P., -Cardiff, will preside. Y, ROMAN CATHOLIC MISSION SERVICES.—Special mission sermons will be preached at the Roman Catholic Church. Court-road, Barry Dock, every evening- from Sunday next to Sunday week (inclusive), except Saturday, the preacher being the Rev Father D'Hulst. POPULAR TEAS AT POPULAR PRICES, to suit the tastes of everyone, may now be obtained at T. G. Tibbetts', Ceylon House, Holton-road. Splendid Value. Is 4d a Really Magnificent Tea, Is 8d, honestly worth 2s. Tibbetts' Danish Butter is Grand. Note the Address :-T. G. TIBBETTS, The Grocer. Ceylon House, Holton-road. Barry Dock. PRESENTATION TO THE REV FATHER HYLAND. -After Divine service on Sunday week last, the Rev Father Ryland, the late respected pastor of the Roman Catholic Church, Barry Dock. was pre- sented with a purse of gold as a token of the high esteem and great regard entertained for the rev. by the Church and friends in the district. BENEFIT SMOKING- CONCERT. — On Monday evening last a successful smoking concert was held at the Independent Workman's Club and Institute, Holton-road. Barry Dock. in aid of the widow of and five children of the late Mr W. T. Morgan,, coal trimmer, of Lombard street, Barry Dock. who was a member of the institute. There was a good attendance of members, Mr W. Mitchell being voted to the chair, and in the course of a short address, the chairman spoke in sympathetic terms of the praiseworthy qualities of the departed brother, with whom he had worked for a considerable time. During the evening a very entertaining programme was gone through the following taking part:—Messrs Houselander, Sainsbury. T. Harvey. Harry Abrahams, W. Mitchell. Roberts. Gorman, &c. The president of the Institute, in the course of an address, stated that a benefit society had been started in connec- tion with the institution. Mr Francis, of Cadox- ton, was the accompanist. The company broke up by singing God save the Queen." BAST BARRY. For all kinds of Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes, Pouches Ac., go to L. NEWMAN'S, Stationer and Tobac- conist, 104, Holton-road, Barry Dock. THE QUOIT CLUB.—The annual meeting of the above club. for election of officers. &c.. will be held at the Barry Hotel this evening (Friday) at eight o'clock. Go TO HAROLD L. LINDSEY'S NEW HAIRDRESS- IWG SALOON for a Clean, Comfortable. Easy Shave. Opened in Dock View-road (opposite the Shipping Offices), Barry Dock. BARRY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH (ENGLISH).— On Sunday next, Mr 0. LI. Morris, of Brecon Memorial College, will preach Morning and Evening it 11 and 6.30. All seats free. Hymn books provided.-Adrt. "PUBLIC OPINION."—An address on "Public opinion'' was read on 'Friday evening last by the Rev J. Price, of St. Paul's Church, Barry, under the au3pices of the Young Men's Bible Class. The discourse of the rev. gentleman were listened to with much interest, and' remarks followed from Captain Whall and Rev J. Du Heaume. DINAS POWIS. CARDIFF. CALL AT THE OLD DOLPHIN, Church-street, Cardiff, for Soup, Hot or Cold Luncheons, Wines, Ac., of the best quality. COGAN. QWI) MUSICAL EVENING.—A grand musical evening in cODllectionwith the Methodist Free Ohurch Mission will boWheld on Thursday evening next, the 15th inst.. when the choir will be sup- ported by the following artistes :—Madame Louie Rees, Miss Morfydd Williams. Mr R. W. Evans, apd Mr J. F. Proud. t A m PENARTH. P* STANWELL-ROAD ENGLISH BAPTIST CHAPEL.— On Monday evening lasfcalecture was delivered at the above place of worshijron Carey, the Con- verted Cobbler," by the Rev J. W. Matthews, • Cadoxton. The Rev J. O. Stalberg, pastor, pre- sided, and there was a good attendance, consider- ? ing the unpropitious state of the weather. ST. ATHAN. GBAND CONCERT.—A grand concert came off at the Wesleyan Chapel, St Athan, on Tuesday even- ing, the 27th ult., the great feature being the appearance of two members of the Royal Welsh Ladies' Choir, Miss Gertie Drinkwater and Miss A. Williams. Mr Andrews, Llantwit-Major, pre- sided, and the local choir, ably conducted by Mr Edwards, Aberthaw. acquitted themselves in a creditable manner. Both the Welsh Ladies" were in fine form, and were vociferously applauded for their excellent singing. The Misses Alice and Elizabeth Hopkins, St Athan, sang with excellent teste M^ Com J. Yorwerth, Cowbridge, recited Asleep at the switch," and The stowaway." with much elocutionary taste Rev J. B. Llewellyn. Mr R. W. Evans. and Mr T. Evans, the male soloists, did the work allotted to them with credit: Miss Edwards, Aberthaw. and Mr Tom • Evans. Llandaff, proved efficient accompanists. The National Anthem was sung at the close. It was generally conceded that this was the best concert ever given in St Athan, and those who were privileged to be present will not soon forget it.






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