DINAS POWIS HIGHWAY BOARD. ALLEGED ENCROACHMENT BY THE BARRY RAILWAY COMPANY. THE BOARD AND THE PARISH COUNCILS ACT. MISS JENNER ASKED TO RETIRE. The monthly meeting of the Dinas Powis High- way Board was held on Wednesday at St. Nicholas Police-court. Mr O. H. Jones occupied the chair, and there were also present, Messrs D. T. Alexander, W. Thomas (The Hayes), W. Evans, D. Lougher, J. M. Savours, O. Williams, D. W. Savours, J. Thomas, Lougher (Llancarvan), J. Huntley, J. Morris (clerk), and Frank Laurens (Surveyor). According to instructions given at the last meeting, the Surveyor said he had paid surprise visits to the roadmen who worked under the Board, and found them all at their work in proper time. On the proposition of Mr D. T. Alexander, seconded by Mr W. Thomas, it was unanimously agreed that Mr O. H. Jones, Fonmon Castle, be re-appointed chairman for the ensuing year, and Major-General Lee vice-chairman. The question of changing the place of meet- ings of the Board was considered, most of the members being in favour of holding the meetings at Barry Dock. Miss Jenner thought they ought to hold the meetings alternately at Barry and St. Nicholas. At this point, Miss Jenner was requested to retire, and a resolution was passed that she be not admitted to the room while the Board were discussing any matter, it being then decided to hold the meetings as usual. Tenders were invited, on the, motion of Mr Alexander, to build a wall near the St. Andrew's Rectory. The Surveyor reported that an encroachment of 450 feet of Parish land had been made by the Barry Railway Company near the Swan Inn, Eastbrook, by putting up an iron fence. Mr Laurens had been in communication with Mr Bell, who said the land had been bought of Mrs Jenner, Wenvoe Castle. The Clerk was instructed to write to the solicitors of the Company stating that the land belonged to the Board, and ask them to take down the fence. The surveyor presented the following statement for the year :—Overdraft at Bank, after the last meeting, je70 surveyor's estimate for the coming year, £ 2.634 3s 4d salaries, je200 interest on loans, jeSO; royalties, £70; contingencies. £100 16s 8d. He would suggest that a rate of 71d be made, amounting to J62,900, and reported that the contribution of the County Council for the Barry- road would amount to £ 256 13s 4d, making a total of jE3,156 13s 4d. On the motion of Mr O. Williams, it was decided that the rate suggested be made. The Chairman drew attention to the fact that as the Board would go out of office in November next, through the passing of the Parish Councils Act, he would suggest that they apply to the County Council asking to be allowed to remain in power until next March-the end of the financial year.—The suggestion was agreed to unanimously. Miss J enner was now called in, and she asked the clerk if he had received a petition from the Wenvoe vestry calling attention to the road from the Downs to Wenvoe. She thought it the duty of the Wenvoe Castle Estate, and not the Highway Board, to keep this road in repair. The matter was allowed to drop.-Miss Jenner also pointed out that, owing to the Twynfald Common being fenced in, a public footpath near Upper House bad been stopped —The Chairman told Miss Jenner that the board could do nothing in the matter. Tenders were opened for the repairs and main- tenance of roads in the parishes for the coming year. Two tenders were received for the Port- road, that of William Meazey being accepted; Waycock-road, David Davies Wenvoe, Rees John; Porthkerry, T. Sheen St. Lythan's, George J. Thomas; Welsh St. Donatt's. John Bassett; Pendoylan, William Evans; Main-road, William Davies; Lancarvan (1), Samuel Davies; St. Nicholas, David Davies Caermain-road, day work to John Griffiths. and material to be supplied by William Davies Llantrithyd, Edward Thomas; Logwood-road, W. Griffiths; BonviK stone. Daniel Griffiths; Leckwith, John Morgan Eastbrook and Barry-road, Edmund Lewis; Lavernock and Sully, Jacob Ridout; St. Andrew's and Michaelstone-Ie-pit, Edmund Lewis; Llan- carvan (2), William Davies. Cheques were signed for the following amounts, for work done by the contractors of the Board E. Lewis. £ 22 10s 7d G. Thomas, A4 2s 5d; E. Lewis, jei4 18s 6d J. Smith, A 5 2s 4d; W. Evans, A 8189 lOd; T. Sheen, £ 4 7s 6d J. James. :£26 4s 9d; W. Davies, f37 10s; J. Ridout, 411 5s lid; W. Davies, t37 10s; R. John, £ 15 13s 6d; E. Lewis, £7 7s 5d; E. Thomas, £1 4s 7d; D. Griffiths, fl0 6s; J. Bassett, £ 13 19s 5d; W. Evans, £10 2s Id; J. Morgan, £17 6s 3d; D. Davies, £9 3s 3d; J. Ridout, 49 4s 7d W. Griffiths, Y.6 15s 7d J. Griffiths, 10s 6d. The expenses in connection with the maintenance of the roads for the year 1892-3 were .&2,411 18s 3d for 18<>3-4, £ 2,793 2s Id making a reduction of over JE380, it being also remarked that the roads were now in a much more satisfac- tory condition.
BARRY BOARDING-HOUSES AND GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION. THE LOCAL BOARD EMPOWERED TO GRANT LICENSES. A letter from the Local Government Board was read at a meeting of the Barry and Cadoxton Local Board, held on Tuesday afternoon last, at Cadoxton. to the effect that approval had been given to the Local Board's draft bye-laws for the regulation of seamen's boarding-houses in the Barry district, such places to be in future duly licensed and superintended by the local authority. I
THE FOOTBALL SCANDAL AT CADOXTON. WOODFIELD FINED FOR A. DISGRACEFUL AFFAIR." At Barry Dock Police-court on Thursday (before Mr O. H. Jones, Mr Valpy, and Mr J. Lowdon) Joseph Woodfield. labourer, Cadoxton, was charged with assaulting Griffith Griffiths, of Graving Dock- street, Barry Dock, on the 3rd ult.—Mr F. P. Jones-Lloyd appeared for the prosecution, and stated the assault was committed during an Association football match between Cardiff and Barry District at the Witchill Athletic Grounds, Cadoxton, the complainant and defendant being rival players. The assault which was a cowardly and unprovoked one. was proved by complainant and W. McLinfeock, and witnesses were called for the defence.-The Bench said the affair was a dis- graceful one. and Woodfield would be fined 5s including costs. I
oft 9 0% 1 Red India Rubber AND E HSUNS Garden Hose. 60 FEET LENGTH FOR r-,Il 13s. 6d. Samples upon Application, Post Free. 8, QUEEN-STREET, CARDIFF Small Prepaid Advertisements. Satuses, tic., TO LET, APARTMENTS, Two or Three Rooms, JL Unfurnished.—Apply 19, IVY-STKEET, Pen- arth. TO LET, that commodious HOUSE, with every convenience, being No. la, Vere-street, Cadoxton. SUITABLE FOR OFFICES or Respectable FAMILY RESIDENCE.—Apply J. L. DAVIES, Vere- street, Cadoxton-Barry. rO LET, No. 13, REGENT-STREET, Barry Dock. JL Rent per week, 9s. Superior Residence.- Apply at No. 18, I •>' TO LET, AELYBRYN, Cadoxton Common Nine Rooms, Hot and Cold Water Supply all Conveniences.-Apply MORGAW BROS., Vere. street, Cadoxton-Barry. TO LET.—Houses, Shops, and Warehouses, to Let, or for Sale. Great Bargains. Apply S. LEWIS, Builder, Barry Dock. HOUSE and SHOP TO LET, in the best part of High-street, Barry, containing Six Bed- rooms, Sitting Room, Kitchen, Shop and Large Cellar. Rent, 108 per week clear.-Apply F. SMALL, Builder, Romilly-road, Barry. SMALL WAREHOUSE in the VICIXITY OF BARRY DOCK WANTED, to Store Petroleum, Firebricks, etc.—Apply, R. W. JAMES & Co., 153, Bute-road, Cardiff. W. GILL and Co., AUCTIONEERS, Valuers, and Hotel Brokers -O. begs to inform their numerous customers that they have some hundreds of Hotels and Public- houses for Sale below are a few. "\TEAR Aberdare.—Two good Free Double-licensed 11 Houses to Let; long lease.—W. Gill. 119, St Mary-street, Cardiff. CARDIFF.—Grand Free Double-licensed House, CARDIFF.—Grand Free Double-licensed House y to Let; centre of town taking £ 4"> weekly • immediate possession.—W. Gill, above address. pENTRE of Cardiff.-Exceptional Opportunity, v Handsomely fitted Corner Double-licensed House; 13 Gill, above address. BEERHOlTSE, centre of Cardiff, to Let; fortune B for good man £35 weekly long lease.-W Gill, above address. "AJEAR Maesteg.—-Free Double-licensed House to ^et' years' lease greatest bargain ever offered.-W. Gill, above address. CARDIFF DOCKS.—Nice Corner Double-licensed C Public-house nine years' lease; only £ 600; part purchase money remain.-Gill, above address. CARDIFF.—One of best Double-licensed Houses C ever offered taking a great deal over j6100 per week handsomely-fitted, with every accom- modation tied for beers.—Gill, above address. i? Take One of the most Handsomely- fitted Country Double-licensed Houses near Cardiff; good lease.-Gill, above address. [502 Magnus « Collicrg J&eqitisiics. THE BUTE WORKS SUPPLY COMPANY CARDIFF. Telephone: No. 45 (Post Office and National). Telegrams Gething, Cardiff. WAGONS.—New to Latest Regulations, 50 with one end, two side and two bottom doora, wheels with wrought bosses, large capacity ("I Sin. longer and 4in. deeper than usual), ready for lettering. Fifty to Hundred End Tip 10-ton Coal Wagons to New Regulations, equal to new, prompt delivery. LOCOMOTIVES-One good Second-hand Saddle Tank Loco, six wheels coupled, ready for instant work, and cheap for cash, or three years' purchase-lease. 14in Cylinders, by A vonside Engine Company, nowat Cardiff. RAILS.—Bridge, 14 to 120 Flange. 1 to 100 ( pounds per Double Head, 30 to 82.. f yard. Bull Head, 50 to 96 SLEEPERS.-Wood, Iron, and Steel. A quantity of Metre Gauge Steel Sleepers for sale, cheap. PORTABLE RAILWAY.— £ 11 per 100 Yards of Railway (Steel Rails and Iron Sleepers) complete. INGOT MOULDS.-About 164 tons, cheap to clear. Sizes on application. ;Aoltrp. PHIL PHILLIPS, Pawnbroker, Wholesale JL Jeweller, 24, St. Mary-street, Cardiff, ad- vances Money on Plate, Diamonds, &c., at a Low Rate of Interest. MONEY TO LEND to Farmers, Tradesmen, and -Hi. others, Town or Country, at 4t per cent. per annum, in sums from de50 to £ 1.000, upon personal security for a term of years to suit the Borrower also upon Mortgage at 3 per cent.—MR WOOD, 56, Tasman-road, Stockwell, S.W., London. Situations Iterant MRS TOWNSEND EDWARDS, 66, Wrindsor road, Penarth, has Several Vacancies for APPRENTICES and IMPROVERS to the DRESS- MAKING. Business Thoroughly Taught. LIVERPOOL VICTORIA, LEGAL FRIENDLY SOCIETY. Established 1843. The Best Society of its kind in the United Kingdom. WANTED CANVASSERS and COLLECTORS. Interest in Book allow<d. Good Character in dispeDRable.-Apply A. C. KIRK, District Manager, 1, f John's-square, Cardiff. DRESSMAKING. — WANTED, SEVERAL APPRENTICES. First-class Trade.—Apply TUCKER AND STOWERS, 1, Oakleigh- terrace, Windsor-road, Penarth. rjlO HAIR DRESSERS.—Wanted immediately a x RESPECTABLE BOY to Learn the above age 15 or W.-Apply SEIDEMAN. Hair Dresser and Chiropodist, Thompson-street, Barry Dock. ^isccUaneous. LOST, on March 27th, from Tydu Farm, Merthyr i Dovan, a small RADNOR WE. with J.J." marked on left side. Finder will be rewarded —- Apply JOHN JOHN, Merthyr Dovan, Barry Dock. FOR SALE, Two Large Second-hand WATER 1 TANKS.-Apply W. GUNS, 52, Castleland- street, Barry Dock. LOST, on Sunday evening, between Colcot and Cadoxton, in Fields, a GOLD SCARF PIN, in shape of a Fly, with Diamond Centre and Pearls in Wings. Reward.-BANK CHAMBERS, Cadox- ton-Barry. LOST, Easter Monday on Barry Island a small POODLE DOG White, Yellow Mark on Neck. Finder will be Rewarded. If not returned within Three Days will will be Prosecuted.—Apply B. SEIDEMAN, Hairdresser and Chiropodist, Thompson-street, Barry Dock. LOST, Saturday evening, March 24th, SILVER LOCKET AND CHAIN, between Thompson- street and 26, Morgan-street, Barry Dock. Finder rewarded on returning same to 26, MORGAN- 8TRERT. FOR SALE.—Good YARD DOG. Price 15s Also BULL TERRIER BITCH and SCOTCH TERRIER. Good Rabbitters. Price 10s each.-DAVID, Gamekeeper, Llandough. IF YOU WANT YOUR FURNITURE RE- PAIRED, yonr Suites Upholstered, Polished, &c., send to D. W. THOMAS, 4, Vere-street, Cadox- ton-Barry. MRS HARVEY, 21, Richard-street, Barry Dock. Experienced Certificated Monthiv Nurse. J EFT OFF CLOTHES Bought and Sold by Mrs BENJAMIN MORGANS, 2, Evans-street, Barry Dock. (Two doors from the Victoria HoteL) MR ALLEN PEARCE, HERNIA SPECIALIST. 4, Charles-street, Cardiff H^uis, 10 to 6. For many years Fitter of Surgical Appliances to the Bristol Infirmary, Bristol and Clifton Unions, Stapleton Lunatio Asylum, Ac. HAFF-CUTTERS, Turnip-cutters, Pulpeis, Engines, Milla, Horse-gears, Sheep-racks, Rattle-cribs, Ploughs, Horse-hoes, Harrow?, Rollers, Drill", Cheese-presses, &c., Carts, Trape, Trollies, and every Agricultural Requisite. —JNO« HIBBERT & SONS, 10 and 11, Castle-street, Cardiff. GLASS SHADES and STANDS, all eizee, cheap, for clocks, statuettes, &c. J. GORDING, Naturalist and Taxidermist, 42, Royal Arcade, Cardiff. LADIES and GENTLEMEN'S and all kinds of LEFT-OFF CLOTHING bought in town or country, distance no object, by MR. and MRS. S. L. GREEN, Dumfries House, 32, Caroline-street, Cardiff. Established 40 years.-Orders promptly attended to. t J BARNETT'S, 80, HOLTON-ROAD, THE NOTED CHEAP HOUSE for Men's and Boy's Snits, CHEAP HOUSE for Men s and Boy's Suits, Trousers, Coats, and Vests, Ready-made and to Measure. Genuine Second-hand Working Clothes LM-ge Stock of Sheets, Quilts, Blankets, Bed Ticks" &c., to be Sold Cheap.—Note Address, 80, HOLTOX- ROAD. 2S" 11 D'Large-sized Twill Sheets cannot be J-_I_ equalled at 3s 6d elsewhere don't miss thts opportunity.—BARNETT'S, Holton-road, Barry Dock. 78, 11 D ~Massive Solid Silver Gent's Albert • stamped On every link; cost 15s; pay- ments taken.—BARNETT'S, 80, Holton-road, Barry 2S' 11 DVw175i,Men'8 Working Shirts- 11 (Wool); usual price, 3s lid reduced in order to clear; cheap.—BARNETT'8, Holton-road. 3^11 D.—-Men's White Moleskin Trousers, lined, XX all sizes, well finished splendid value for your money. Clothiers' price, 4s lld.BARNETT'S, Holton-road. £ A Superior-finished Black Worsted Men's Suits^ /-X- a" s,ze8i nioely bound, in splendid condition. Come early.—BARNETT'S, Holton-road. £ 00 PairS of .Men's Wool Socks. Usual price, 8-id Pe,r Palr- Quite new.—BARNETT'S 80 Holton-roaa. 6 £ d. Genuine Bargains. I8' 11 D~Barnf^ have a Large Stock of Men's rlannel Drawers, any size • whirh usually sold at 2s. 6d. per pair. OS. 1 1 D. 50 Solid Silver Seals, stamped good 'MJ-1- a* new; cost 5s, 6d. also a few at -1 eaC ETT Holton-road. 1 ftD'^Pair ?f Handsome Field and Marine if; V Glasses in good leather case. No worse than^new. Coat 50s.—BARNETT'S, Holton-road. OS. -j D^—• Half-Dozen Best Finished Dessert i i Km™s ("vetted handles). Made by noted Sheffield firm. Cheap.—BARNETT'S,80, Holton-road. DON T forget Barnett's take weekly and monthlv payments on any article in the shop. No extra cnarge.—BARNETT'S, 80, Holton-road. Arms, Legs, Eyes, Supports, Belts, Crutches, Trusses, Leg Irons, Stockings, MADE AND FITTED BY PEARCE & COMPANY, 14, STATION TERRACE, CARDIFF (Opposite Taff Vale Railway Station). Printed asd Published for the Barry Dock Newspaper and Printing Company, Limited," by JOHN ROWLAKD LMWBTWN. ao Vcre- ttreet, Cafextea, Friday, April 6, 1814.
LOCAL & DISTRICT NEWS CADOXTON-BARRY. ALLEGED SHEBEENING.—The summons against John Ridge, 10, John-street, Cadoxton, for keeping a shebeen, was dismissed by the local magistrates yesterday. NEW LOCAL BUSINESS OPENED.—Miss Alice Major, of Cardiff, h*3 opened business in Stationery, Fancy Toys, Sweets, and all kinds of Tobaccos, also as Newsagent, at 70, Main-street, Cadoxton-Barry. THE T.A. DINNER.—There will be a good com- pany of the gentlemen of the district at the dinner of the Gadoxton-Barry Section of the Typographi- cal Association at the Royal Hotel, Cadoxton, this evening (Friday), at 7.30. ZION WELSH METHODIST CHAPEL AND MARRIAGE CEREMONIES. — We understand that the Registrar General has granted the necessary license empowering the solemnization of marriages at Zion Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, Pont- ypridd-street, Cadoxton. THE 4 GARRICK" DRAMATIC SOCIETY.-The annual general meeting of the members of the Barry" Garrick" Dramatic Society will be held at the Public Hall, Vere-street (Hunter- street side entrance), at 7.30 p.m. on Tuesday next, to elect officers for the year. Every member is earnestly requested to attend. GOOD TEMPLARY.—A session of the St David's Lodge was held at the Shaftesbury Temperance Hotel on Thursday evening last. There was a large attendance, and Bro Wallace Davies, a pro- minent member, was appointed chairman. An inviting programme was rendered in an able manner by Sister Holloway, Sister Miles. Sister Jones. Sister Wilde. Sister A. Jenkins, Bro W. W. JPookes, Bro W. W. Davies. Bro R. H. Willey. Sister F. Dure, Bro J. Horsey, Sister Edwards, and Bro B. Lewis. The lodge meets weekly at the above room on Thursday, at 7.»0 p.m. All are wel- come. BARRY DOCK. A MEAN THEFT.-For robbing a mate of a bag of clothes, James Leonard, a sailor, was yesterday sent to prison for 21 days' hard labour. TRUANCY.—The ten-year-old son of James Stowell, Thompson-street, has been ordered to be sent to an industrial school for truancy. ST. MARY'S CHURCH.—The Rev E. Morgan, B.A., vicar of Penmark. preached at St. Mary's Church, Barry Dock. on Sunday evening last, to a numerous congregation. WELSH METHODIST ANNUAL TEA AND CONCERT. -These events at the Welsh Calvinistic Methodist -Chapel, Holton-road. Barry Dock, are fixed for Wednesday, May 9th. THE SERVANTS' REGISTRY. Mrs Edmonds desires to announce that her place of business as servants' registry, agency of the Perth Dye Works, &c., has been removed from Holton-road to The Bazaar, Thompson-street. SHE REFUSED TO ELOPE WITH HIM.—Louisa Prosser. of 27, Lombard-street, refused to elope with William Pace, of Cadoxton, so he threatened to kill her. Yesterday the magistrates bound him over in £ 1C to keep the peace. THE PUBLIC HEALTH ACT.—William Jenkin3. contractor, Barry Dock, has been summoned for infringement of the above Act. Mr J. Arthnr Hughes, solicitor, appeared for the Local Board, and Mr A. Jackson defended. Case adjourned for a week to enable the defendant to comply. T. G. TIBBETT'S TEA TRADE still increases. It is his special study to please and give best value possible. Try the same priced Tea that you are in the habit of buying elsewhere, and judge for yourself. Note the Address :-T. G. TIBBETTS. The Grocer, Ceylon House, Holton-road, Barry Dock. R.A.O.B. DANCE.—The last monthly dance of the season was held at the R.A.O.B. Institute, Barry Dock. on Monday evening last, the proceeds of which were for the benefit of Mr J. Edwards, the AI.C. daring the season. The company numbered nearly 200, and a happy evening was sptr&t. The music was supplied by Mr H. Norman. "CHURCH DEFENCE COBWEBS.The Rev. J. Matthews, of Swansea, the celebrated Liberationist lecturer, will deliver an address on Church Defence Cobwebs," at the. Bible Christian Chapel, "otlrt-l'oad, Barry Dock, on Wednesday evening «ext, under the auspices of the Barry and Cadoxton Liberal Association. The meeting, which will commence at 7.45. will bit presided over by Mr B. Lewis, of Cadoxton. THE NURSING ASSOCIATION PERFORMANCE.— We beg to remind our numerous readers of the grand performance to be given on Wednesday evening next at the Public-hall, Thompson-street, by the Barry Dock R.A.O.B. Dramatic Society, assisted by several local friendly societies, in behalf of the funds of the Nursing Association. The programme will be an excellent one, and the large-hearted object which the promoters have in view is one which commends itself to the active support of every resident of the district. The prices for admission are extremely moderate, one shilling securing a front seat. and sixpence a second seat. The entire proceeds will be handed over to the object named, the expenses incidental to the performance being defrayed by the working men themselves. EAST BARRY. ASSAULT ON A BILLMAN.—A Cardiff bill-dis- tributor named Jabez Purnell was assaulted by Evan Davies, of Lewis-street, Barry, and the latter was yesterday fined 10s, or seven days. BARRY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH (ENGLISH).— Next Sunday, April 8th, the new pastor, the Rev D. Henry Rees, will commence his ministry at Barry. Services-Morning at 11; evening, at 6.30. -Adrt. OUTBRBAK OF FIRE.-Some excitement was caused in Queen-street, Barry, on Friday morn- ing last, when an alarm was raised that a fire had -brokeu out at No. 1 in that thoroughfare. Police- sergeant D. Weeks and several constables soon extinguished the outbreak. THE G.P.O.On Friday euening last at the Church Hall, Barry, an address was delivered by Mr W. Arnold, Barry Dock, on the subject of "The G.P.O." There was a good attendance, and the Rev. Canon Allen occupied the chair, there being also among those present Rev. J. Du Heaume, Captitin and Miss Whall, kc. THE LADIES' AMBULANCE CLASS.—An examina- tion under the auspices of the Technical Instruc- tion Committee of the Glamorgan County Council will be held in connection with Dr Kelly's ladies' ambulance class at the Congregational Chapel Yestry, Barry, on Friday evening, the 13th instant, at six o'clock, when all members are atpeCïalIy requested to be present. ST. PAUL'S CHURCH VESTRY MEETING.—The manual vestry meeting for St. Paul's Church. East Barry (Merthyr Dovan parish) was held on Thursday evening, the 29th ultimo, when the Rev J. Price, curate-in-charge, presided, and there were pesent-Dr J. Powell, Messrs Sidney Davies, B Thomas, W. Gibbey, 1. Thomas, Hendon. B. 8. robins. J. Ellis, &c. In the course of a speech, the chairman stated there was an adverse balance £4. The Rev J. Price also submitted a desirable scheme for the defrayal of the debt remaining on St. Paul's, amounting to about £ 500. The 8cheme I was accepted, Mr B. Thomas consenting to act as secretary in connection with the same.—The following appointments were then made :— dergys warden, Mr B. Thomas (re-elected); jjarishioners' warden, Mr W. Mein. Dr Powell withdrew from the latter appointment owinc to being resident outside the parish. Sidesmen Dr Powell, Messrs W. Gibbey, S. S. Bedingfield. J. Jenkins, F. Pursall, S. Davies, H. C. Griffin, jun., And J. Ellis. A Church council, of thirty jnembers, was also appointed, and Mr Bedingfield waa elected lay-elector at the diocesan conference. Votes of thanks were passed. COGAN. PoLICE TRANSFER.—We learn that Sergeant fihattock, of Cogan, has been selected for transfer to Aberdare, ST. NICHOLAS. DUUNK WHILE IS CSARQE.—John Alexander. a farmer, has this week been fined 10s for being drunk while in charge of a horse at St. Nicholas. jf.S. Canton proved. GROESWEN. THE LATE MRS SMITH.—The funeral of Mrs Sarah Smith, aged 73 years, the wife of Mr W. Smith, of Cwrtycelyn Farm, near EgLvysiIan, who die& oa the 22ad ultimo, took place on Thursday last at Groeswen Cemetery. The Rev C. T. Thomas, pastor of the Independent Church. preached the sermon at the chapel, and delivered an address at the graveside. There was a large attendance at the funeral, including three mourn- ing coaches, in the first being Mr W. Smith (hus- band of the deceased), his son, Mr and Mrs J. Smith, New Wallace, Wenvoe. and Mrs Mary Jenkins, Rhydfelen in the other two coaches were the three daughters of the deceased and their husbands and children and following were about thirty carriages, in which were. amongst others. Mr and Mrs Hopkin Smith, Seddon Farm, Llancarfan Mr H. Smith, Risca, Newport Mr and Mrs Dunn. St. Athan; Alderman Hopkin Smith Davies, Pontypridd Mr Williams, Porth; Mr Thomas Davies. Pontypridd Mr R. Davies, Newport; Mr and Mrs T. Williams, Gelligroes, Blackwood and a large circle of friends. The deceased was described as a true Christian.
BARRY AND CADOXTON SCIENCE AND ART COM- MITTEE. A meeting of the Barry and Cadoxton Science and Art Committee was held on Tuesday evening last at the Public Library, Holton-road, Barry Dock. Mr D. Roberts occupied the chair, and there were also present-Mr J. Lowdon, J.P.. Captain R. Davies, Rev W. Williams, Mr J. Davies. Mr J. R. Llewellyn, Mr H. Inch, and Mr J. W. Bendall, with Mr E. F. Blackmore (secretary). It was decided that the following subjects be taught for the coming session:—Steam and applied mechanics, geometry and art, machine construc- tion and drawing, building construction, chemistry, and mathematics. Mr Blackmore was instructed to make out a list of members to attend the different examinations.—A communication trom Mr W. Hogg, county organiser, was read, asking the committee how many teachers would be required from County Council.-The following is a summary of the receipts and expenditure for the last session:—Teachers' salaries, £ 114 lis; apparatus. d615 Is 6d; printing and advertising, £7 12: sundry expenses, Ell 13s 5d. Balance from last season, £5 15s 3d; students' fees. £ 28 8s Cd grant from the Science and Art De- partment. £5211s 4d grant from County Council, £ 1 10s balance due to treasurer, 12s lOd. I
BARRY AND CADOXTON LIBERAL HUNDRED. A meeting of the Liberal Hundred was held at Harry's Hotpl, Barry Dock, on Mabon's Day, present-Alderman J. C. Meggitt. president (in the chair), Rev T. Pandy John. Messrs W. Copp, H. Inch, W. Miller, O. MoCann, F. McGregor, J. McGregor, T. Cosslett. W. J. Flowers, N. Hughes, T. Hookway. Thomas White, W. Dooley, W. Davies, F. Huelin, E. J. Thomas, T. E/ans, H. H. llussell, T. Clark, J. D. Davies, James Evans, D. Roberts, James Austin, W. H. Johnson, J. A. Manaton, W. Hunt, D. Hamer, W. Howard, and R. G. Russell (secretary). Messrs Thomas Knowles, Windsor- road. Barry; M. McGregor, Kenilworth-road and Thomas Roberts, Melrose-street, Cadoxton, were elected members of the Hundred. Owing to the unavoidable absence of Dr Kelly, the President opened the meeting with a short speech upon the Social Side of Politics," in which he showed that while there was much to be desired, the general tendency of the political movements of to-day was to lift the people to a higher moral and social state. In the interesting discussion which followed, the question was viewed from many points by Messrs W. Dooley, H. H. Russell, H. Inch, W. Copp, F. McGregor, T. Clark, and William Miller.
VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE. 11TH COMPANY, 2SD GLAMORGAN ARTIL- LERY VOLUNTEERS. COMPANY ORDERR.-Drills for the week com- mencing 9th April, 1894:—Monday and Friday, Gun and Recruit Drill. Hours of Drills—7.30 to 8.30 p.m. The Annual Dance takes place about the middle of the month, full particulars will be given in next week's orders. By Order, (Signed) J JUST HANDCOCK, Capt., Commanding llth Company, 2nd G.V.A., Barry Dock. SEVERN VOLUNTEER DIVISION—ROYAL ENGINEERS. Honorary Colonel, Major-General H. H. Lee, R.E. Battalion Orders by Major A. Thornley, Command- ing. For weok ending*April 14th — Detail of Drill- Monday, Wednesday, and Friday—Submarine Mining, 7.30 p.m. 8' If arrangements can be made, Defence Practices will be held during the week. See Orders published on Saturday-. Detail of Duty—Overly Omoer Lieutenant H. T. Thornley. Church Parade on Sunday, 8th April. Parade in rear of Town-hall, at 2.45 p.m. Helmets, Tunics. Dress Pants, Gloves, and Side Arms to be worn. Side Arms may be drawn from 10, Charles-street. There are vacancies for a few Recruits. By order, (Signed) W. GIDDY, Lieut., C.B., R.E., Acting-Adjt
FOR FIRST-CLASS FUNERAL FURNISHERS & UNDERTAKERS, Go to MESSRS. JAMES JONES AND CO., the ONLY COMPLETE FUNERAL FURNISHERS AND UNDERTAKERS IN THE DISTRICT being also the Only Proprietors of Hearses Shellebiers. and Mourning Coaches in the district. THEY DEFY COMPETITION. Please compare Price Lists, and kindly Note the Address- JAMES JONES AND CO., FUNERAL DIRECTORS, HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCK. P.S.—The Largest Stock of Wreaths, Crosses, Tablets, Shades, &c., in South Wales. PRICES MODERATE.
Births, marriages, Deaths. BIRTHS. BLAKE. On the 29th ult., at 7, Newland-street, Barry Dock, the wife of Mr William Blake, of a daughter DEATHS. COLEMA-N. On the 29th ult., at Rose Mount, Penarth John Alfred Victor (Jack), second son of Mr Sydney Coleman. CHAPMAN. On the 29th ult., at Peterstone-super- Ely, Mr William Chapman, stationmaster, aged 57 years. GLADDISH.-On the 2nd instant, at Rhoose Farm. Penmark, Mr Elias Morgan Gladdish, ironmonger's assistant, aged 19 years. ° HOLT.-On the 2nd inst., at 33, Graving Dock-street. Barry Dock, Thomas, son of Mr Henry Holt, coal trimmer, aged 10 months. MILES.-On the 26th ult., at Tredodridge, Pendoylan Mrs Mary Miles, aged 68 years. MOURIS.-On the 1st instant, at 1, Porthkerry-foad. Barry, Ada, daughter of Mr William Morris, aged eight months NICHOLLS.—On the 26th ult., at New farm, Pen- mark, Jane and Ann, infant daughters of Mr John Nicholls. labourer. P ARRY.-On the 29th iust., after a brief illness, at his residence, 87, Broadhurst Gardens, West Bampstead, London, Mr J. Haydn Parrv, son of Dr. Joseph Parry, of Penarth, aged 32 years Deeply lamented. SAMUEL.—On the 2nd instant, at Colcot, Merthyr Dovan, Mr Edward Samuel, gamekeeper, aged 43 years. Funeral to-day (Friday), at 1.30, for Zoar, Boovilstone.
THE DISPUTED POSSESSION OF A FARM Ar ST. PAGAN'S. We understand that the dispute with reference to the possession of Peuhefed Farm, St. Fagan's, has now had a satisfactory termination, Mr T. Evans, the occupier, having withdrawn his oppo- sition to the notice to quit served upon him by Lord Windsor's agents. Mr Evans will vacate the holding as soon as arrangements can be completed and during the past few days Mr Illtyd- Thomas. auctioneer, valuer, and surveyor, of Cardiff, and Mr John Lewis, valuer, of Cowbridge, visited St. Fagan's for the purpose of valuing the tenant's rights.
AN INTERESTING ADVERTISE MENT. We publish in another column. the interesting advertisement of Mr Samuel Heckscher, sen., of Hambnrg. As this house has secured a good reputation for the prompt and discreet payment of the amounts won by persons here and in all parts of the world, we would recommend our readers to rake particular notice of his announcement in this week's issue and try their chances of winning a fortune.
ACTION AGAINST THE BARRY DOCK STEAM LAUNDRY COMPANY. In the Chancery Division of the High Courts of Justice on Tuesdiy last an application was made to Mr Justice Chitty, on behalf of the plaintiff in this action, for the appointment of Mr Roberts as receiver or mmager of the defendant company, and, as the company appeared by their counsel and consented, his lordship made the order asked for, Mr Roberts not to act for more than three months j without the further sanction of the conrt. j
CHURCH DANCE AT BARRY DOCK. On Wednesday evening last a very successful dance took place at the Assembly Rooms of Culley's Hotel. Barry Dock, in connection with St. Mary's Church. The room was beautifully decorated, and reflected great credit upon Mrs Brooks, the re- spected manageress of the hotel. Dancing com- menced at 8.30, and was kept merrily up until 4.15. The company numbered about 75. Mr H. De Boer's quadrille band crave the utmost satisfac- tion to all; and Mr W. T. Llewellyn and Mr J. Adams proved efficient M.C's. Programme of dances :—Polka, valse, lancers, valse, schottische, waltz cotillion, quadrille, polka, valse, lancers, schottische, waltz, mazurka, valse, lancers, valse, quadrille, valse, schottische, lancers, waltz cotillion, schottische, valse, polka, and four extras. The following were amongst those present:— Ladies-Mrs Brooks, Miss Meredith, Miss L. Meredith, Miss F. Williams, Miss Brooks. Miss E. Brooks, Miss Wright, Mrs McGregor, Mrs G. F. Willett, Miss Williams, Miss Rose Williams, Miss Court, Miss R. Court, Misses Morris (The Rectory), Misa Evans, Miss Lester, Mrs Richards (Stumpy Hall), Miss Davies, Mrs Dyer, Mrs John, Mrs Lindsay, Mrs John Williams (Barry), Mrs Hind, Miss Norman. Miss M. A. Norman, Miss Jones. Miss E. L. Seddon, Mrs Marsh, Miss Bilson, Mrs Kissack, Mrs Whaler, and Miss Seddon (Penarth) Gentlemen-Rev E. Morris, Dr Sixsmith, Messrs J. P. Greenwood, J. E. Levers. H. Leyshon, John Williams, Sidney Davies, R. Percival, W. J. Cross. F. C. Williams, W. W. Davies, C. H. Morris, J. Guthrie (Penarth), F. C. Milner, H. L. Lindsay, E. A. Hodgson. H. McDonnell, R. O. Jenkins. G. F. Willett, E. J. Kissack, T. Robinson, J. Griffiths, J. Parkman, John Adams, J. Dyer. W. J. Isaac (Dinas Powis). C. Edwards (Cardiff), W. Lewis Thomas, B. H. Haddy, F. E. Percy Haigh, John Worsley, J. A. Seddon (Penarth), W. K. Todd, W. T. Llewellyn, Woods (Cardiff), Banes, Kaiser, <5cc, -+-
THE BARRY DOCK LICENSING APPEAL. THE APPELLANT SUCCESSFUL. At the Glamorgan Quarter Sessions at Swansea on Wednesday last, before Judge Gwilym Williams > Judge David Lewis, and Mr E. Daniel. Mr Evan Williams, landlord of the Victoria Hotel, Barry Dock, appealed against two convictions at Barry Dock Police-court—one for permitting drunken- ness, for which a fine of £ 2 and costs was imposed, and the other for harbouring prostitutes, for which a fine of il and costs was imposed.—Mr Arthur Lewis (instructed by Messrs Morris and Son) appeared for the rospondents, and Mr Abel Thomas, Q.C., M.P., and Mr Rhys Williams (instructed by Mr Ivor Vachell and Mr J. H. Jones) were for the appellants.-The principal witness was Acting-sergeant Herbert Evans, who said he visited the house, which was largely resorted to by sailors, and saw several women of ill-fame there. He called there again half-an-hour later, and saw the same women still there, while one. namely Fitzalice, was drunk.-In defence, it was urged that there was no evidence to show the house was a place of habitual resort by prostitutes, while as to the supplying of a drunken person, her condition was not evident to the barmaid, while, as a matter of fact, Fitzalice was not supplied in the house. The court, after hearing the barmaid in support of the defence, stopped the case, and allowed both appeals.
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