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A LOCAL PEHE BIRD.
A LOCAL PEHE BIRD. Laagsham. fowl I' 'belonging to Mr J. H. Nelmes, Baity Docli JScics Offices, was very highly commended at a prize show of the Cardiff and District Fanciers' Society on Wednesday last
THE CHURCH MISSION ROOM ENTERTAINMENT.
THE CHURCH MISSION ROOM ENTERTAINMENT. -In our report last week of the entertainment given at the Public Hall in aid of the funds of the Church Mission Room, we should have stated that Mrs Adams, Mrs G. F. Willett, and Mrs Warner readered valuable services in tastefully arranging: the room for the occasion.
"THE CemsG OF THE FLOWERS."
"THE CemsG OF THE FLOWERS." —The choir of Mount Pleasant English Baptist Church, in this town, will give a grand performance of the sweet seasonable cantata. The Coming of the FlowerF," at the efeapel on Wednesday evening, the 9th May, when tke Rev D. II. Pryse, Riverside, Cardiff, will preside. Miss E. Holleway will be the accom- panist.
THE CYCLING- CLUB.
THE CYCLING- CLUB. meeting of the Cadox- ton Cycling Club was held on Tuesday evening last, at the Shaftesbury Temperance Hotel, €adf«ton. Mr Wallace W. Davies occupied the -chan-. and amongst those present were Messrs J. Davies. S. B. Davies. D. C. Lewis; J. H. Venn, etc. The following runs were chosen for next -month, all members being requested to be at the headquarters. Shaftesbury Hotel, at the appointed -times :-May 2nd, Cowbridge, start at 3.45 p.m. May 5th. Newport, 2.30 p.m.; May Sth. Cowbridge. via Llantwit Major, B p.m. May 12th, Ponty- pridd, 2.30 p.m.; May 14th (Whit-Monday). Abero-avennv, 8.30 a.m.; May 16th, Newport, 3 p.m. f May 19th, Bridgend, 2.30 p.m. May 23rd, Pontypridd. 3 p.m.; May 20th, Llantrisant, via St. George's, 2.30 p.m.; May 30ta, The Leys, 3 p.m.- It was resolved that an extra run be made every Wednesday evening, to commence in June, leaving the Shaftesbury Hotel at 6.30 p.m., to meet the return of the club. The next meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 29th.
CONCERT AND CANTATA PERFORMANCE.…
CONCERT AND CANTATA PERFORMANCE. — A successful concert and cantata performance was given on Wednesday evening last at the Market Hall, in this town, the proceeds to be in aid of the Sunday school of the Wesleyan Chapel. There was a large audience, and the programme rendered was well-selected and much enjoyed. The chair was occupied by Mr J. J. Moon, Barry, and amongst those present were the Rev H. Graham P.i,yn. Miss Small, Mrs Treharne, the Misses Williams (Tynewydd), Mr W. L. Hughes, Mr and Mrs J. L. Davies. Mr and Mrs J. Jones (Main- street). Mr S. Stone, Mr T. Lewis, the Misses Morgan (Newtown), the Misses Lewis, Mrs Williams (Cash Stores), Mr and Mrs D. Iestyn Jones, Mr Macgregor, Mr and Mrs Mazey, Misses Lowdon, Mrs Abernethy, Mr and Mrs O. Jenkins, Mr and Mrs TasseL Misses Howe and Mr Dudley Howe. Mr and Mrs N. Hughes. &c. The eantata was preceded by a variety programme, taken part in by the Sunday scholars. The sacred cantata, entitled Jesus of Nazareth," was then given by the chapel choir, under the conductorship of Mr John. Davies, the accompanists being Mr J. E. Wensley and Mr R. A. Lewis, assisted by a small orchestra. At the close, votes of thanks were passed.
NEW DOCK CONSTABLE.
NEW DOCK CONSTABLE. —Mr Thomas Neil has been sworn in as dock coustable at Barry.
ADIEU AND WELCOME.
ADIEU AND WELCOME. —Police-sergeant W Gammon leaves the Central Station, Barry Dock' ta-day (Friday) for Porth, and his place will be taken by Police-sergeant Brown, Treorky.
THE R.A.O.B. BRASS BAND.
THE R.A.O.B. BRASS BAND. —Mr J. Wood, of 12, Abingdon-street, Gael ox ton, who describes him- seif as •' late bandmaster R.A.O.B. writes stating that at present there is no such thing as an R.A.O.B. Brass Band in existence.
THE PRINCIPALITY FURNISHING…
THE PRINCIPALITY FURNISHING COMPANY. — Our readers would do well to read the announce- ment in our advertising columns regarding the opening of the above company's business at No. 78, Holton-road, Barry Dock, where they have an immense stock of good household furniture and -requisites of every description.
SWINGING-BOAT ACVIDENT. Monday last a little girl named Grant, living in Evans-street Barry Dock, fell out of a swinging-boat erected -with other paraphernalia off Thompson-street, Barry Dock. and broke her right arm. The young sufferer was attended by Dr Livingstone.
T. G. TIBBETT'S TEA TRADE
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.
"DAVID. THE SHEPHERD BOY."
"DAVID. THE SHEPHERD BOY." —This grand jeered cantata will be given by Salem Welsh Baptist Choir, under the conductorship of Mr J. Petty, at the English Baptist Chapel, Barry Dock, on Wednesday evening next, May 2nd, when there will be a rich treat in store for those attending. Dr W. Lloyd Edwards will preside, and the pro- ceeds will be devoted in, aid of Salem building innd.
DEATH OF A YOUNG TRADESMAN.
DEATH OF A YOUNG TRADESMAN. —We re:rret to announce the death of Mr John Morgans, provision dealer, of the American Market, Holton- road, Barry Dock, which took place on the 17th instant at the early age of 25 years. Deceased had been resident in the Barry district but a short time, and was married only four months ago. The inneral took place on Monday last at Porth Cemetery, Rhondda Valley. We sympathise with Mrs Morgans in her bereavement. Deceased was a native of Cardiganshire.
BIBLE CHRISTIAN CHAPEL.
BIBLE CHRISTIAN CHAPEL. —An interesting evening was spent at the above chapel, Court-road, on Friday last by the choir, the members of which, through the generosity of a few friends, were entertained to supper. About twenty-five members sat down to an excellent repast, the arrangements being carried out by Mrs La vis and Mrs Clarke, assisted by Mr H. Fisher. The Rev J. Honey, pastor, presided, and some time was spent in forming plans for the future working of the church. Mr S. Lavis (conductor), Mrs Murphy (organist), and Mr A. Howard (secretary) will .continue in their respective offices, which they have filled for a considerable time.
FUNERAL OF MR GEORGE HARDING.
FUNERAL OF MR GEORGE HARDING. — The funeral of Mr George Harding, of 34, Evans-street, Barry Dock, who died suddenly on the 18th instant, took place at Merthyr Dovan Cemetery on Friday last, and was attended by the bereaved relatives and friends. The bearers on the occa- sion were Messrs Atkinson, Adams, Rosine, and Norman, the three first-named being members of Mr A. Orton's theatre com- pany. The wife and relatives of the de- ceased wish to sineerely thank the following tradesmen and others for the kindness shown by them to the family :—Mr and Mrs Williams, Victoria Hotel; Mr C. R. Ford, Mr W. E. Leyshon, Holton-road; Messrs Evans and Company, per Mr E. Jones Mr J. Jones, Holton-road (who gave a bandsome wreath); Mr G. Guy, Buffalo Institute Mr Hewitt, Liberal Club &e.
SUDDEN DEATH OF A CHILD.
SUDDEN DEATH OF A CHILD. inquiry was held at Barry Dock Police Court on Tuesday i morning last by Mr E. B. Reece, the district i kroner, and a jury, of which Mr W. Liles was 1 foreman, touching the death of Arthur Carroll, 1 sftged$vo months, Ion of Mary Ann Carroll, 1, 1 Hirwain-street, Barry Dock, which occurred suddenly on Sunday morning. The mother stated. the child had been attended by a doctor about six week3 ago. Deceased awoke about two o'clock on Sunday morning, and she fed the child. About 5.45 the same morning she found the child lying dead on her arm. Deceased's face was not covered by the bed-clothes.—Dr Bray said he had attended the deceased. The child, which was delicate, had suffered from boils of a specific nature, and, in his opinion, it had expired frem convulsions.—A verdict of Death from natural causes" was returned.
BENEFIT SMOKING CONCERT AT…
BENEFIT SMOKING CONCERT AT THE LIBERAL WORKMEN'S CLUB. largely attended smoking concert was held on Monday evening last at the Liberal Workmen's Club and Institute, Thompson- street, Barry Dock. for the benefit of Mr Joseph Chilcott. The chair was taken by Mr Steven Jones, of Cardiff, and amongst those present were Messrs Richard Jones, E. Watkins, O. Williams, D. Williams, J. Austin, J. Evans, F. Wallace, J. Hewitt, R. W. Johnston, J. Jeremiah, G. Grey, C. Hoddinott, F. Chappell, H. Thornhill, George Davies, Miss Bilson, Mrs J. Austin, &c. The fol- lowing progamme was gone through :—Song, Warrior bold," Mr J. Piddell (encored) song, Shall England rule the wave," Mr J. Jeremiah song, Mr Richard Morgan pianoforte duet, Messrs Robert and Richard Morgan duet, Messrs Gough and Jones song, Mr George Jones song and dance, Mr J. Burns recitation,Miss Bilson violin solo, "Unity," Mr C. R. Ford song, "Monarch of the woods," Mr J. Sharpies song, Sweethearts," Mr B. Sains bury song. The ship that carries me home," Mr J. Piddell: See. Mr S. Johns, Llanelly, also gave selections on the tin whistle,which were much enjoyed. Mr E. Francis ably accompanied on the piano, and Mr C. R. Ford on the violin. A vote of thanks to the chairman terminated an en- joyable and successful gathering.
-I THE LIFEBOAT" GOOD TEMPLAR…
-I THE LIFEBOAT" GOOD TEMPLAR LODGE. — A public meeting under the auspices of the Barry Dock "Lifeboat" Lodge, I.O.G.T., was held on Monday evening last at the English Baptist Chapel, Holton-road, Barry Dock. The chapel was well filled, and Mr C. Robinson occupied the chair in the absence of the Rev T. Pandy John. Bro. Wallace Davies gave a recitation entitled, Christmas Day in the workhouse: after which a spirited and eloquent address was delivered by the Rev W. Spurgeon, of Cardiff, on Good Templary, its aims and objects." In the course of his remarks Mr Spurgeon referred to a licensed victuallers' meeting held recently at Cardiff, when Mr Lascelles Carr, one of those present, was re- ported to have stated that if the Master was on earth at the present time he would have been present at that meeting, and he (Mr Carr) main- tained he had good authority for making that statement. He (Mr Spurgeon) believed that was one of the greatest blunders Mr Carr had ever made, for he could see Mr Carr was referring to the feast at Cana of Galilee. The temperance question, the speaker went on to state, was be- ginning to make itself felt in the land, and he urged his hearers to do all they could to get the liquor traffic placed under popular control, for he thought that the drink traffic was a system of robbery. Females as well as males were admitted to the Order of Good Templars, and he was glad to say they were doing good work. He hoped the day was not far distant when their efforts would be crowned with success. A recitation entitled, Murdered by drink," was given by Bro. W. E. Clarke, after which a collection in aid of the lodge funds was made, and the meeting terminated with a vote of thanks to the chairman. THE WELSH WESLEYAN CHURCH. connec- tion with the above church, a public tea. meeting was successfully held at the chapel on Wednesday afternoon last, when a numerous company of visitors thoroughly enjoyed the good things with which the tables were richly and nicely regaled. Amongst those who presided at the tables and assisted in the general arrangements were Mr and Mrs J. Treharne, Miss Parker, Mr and Mrs J. Williams, Miss Morgan (Holton-road), Mrs and Miss Bennett, Mrs and Miss Ward, &c. The chapel was prettily decorated for the occasion, and the proceedings during the afternoon were much enjoyed. In the evening an entertainment was held at the same place, there being again a good attendance, and the chair was ably filled by the Rev Peter Jones, of Cardiff, minister of the circuit. The following programme was gone through in an excellent manner :—Harmonium solo, Miss Ward song, "The Ashgrove," Miss S. Jones song, Ora pro nobis," Miss S. A. Evans song, The prodigal's return," Mr S. A. Jones; song, "The holy city," Miss Bennett; recitation, The Stuart Queen," Miss Palmer duett, Misses Evans reading, The three bidders," Miss Lewis song, The anchor's weighed," Miss S. A. Evans reading, The Life- boat," Miss Lewis song, Mr D. Pugh and party song, Mr E. Bennett; song," The old folk at home," Miss S. A. Jones; song. Mr D. Pugh; duett, "Hard times," Misses Evans; song, Miss Lewis. For the impromptu speech competition seven came forward, the subject being Wheel," and the prize was divided between Miss Lewis and Mr Davies. Votes of thanks were accorded those who had taken part during the day, and also Miss Ward and Miss Lewis, the accompanists, and an enjoyable meeting terminated with the singing of Hen Wlad fy Nhadau.
BARRY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH…
BARRY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH (ENGLISH). — Next Sunday, April 29th, the Sunday School Anniversary Services will be held. Rev D. Henry Rees (pastor) preaches morning and evening at 11 and 6.30 and the Rev T. Pandy John at three o'clock in the afternoon. Special hymns will be sung by the scholars.—Aclct.
THE MALE VOICE PARTY.
THE MALE VOICE PARTY. public of the district will have several opportunities of hearing the Barry Male Voice Party render the test piece set down for competition by male voices at Caer- philly Eisteddfod on Whit-Monday. The party, under the admirable conductorship of Mr D. Farr, are rapidly perfecting themselves in the work, and we are informed that on Saturday evening, the uth proximo, they intend giving a rehearsal at the English Baptist Chapel, Barry Dock, at 7.30 p.m. On the following day, practice will be held at Bethesda, Barry, both morning and afternoon, and in the evening there will be a rehearsal at Zion Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, Cadoxton, at 8.15. On Sunday evening, May 12th, a grand concert will be held at Barry Market Hall for the benefit of the funds, when a first-class programme will be produced, and the party will muster in full force and give a rendering of the piece. On the follow- ing day, Sunday, practice will be held in the morning and afternoon at the Welsh Congrega- 1 tional Chapel, and in the evening, at 8.15. there < will be a rehearsal, probably at St Mary's Church, Holton-road, Barry Dock. The public, therefore, 1 will be afforded several opportunitie3 of hearing our popular male voice party within the next two or three weeks, and the charges for admission to the concert and rehearsals being very moderate, we hope there will be a numerous attendance on each occasion, so as to enable the party to proceed to Caerphilly with light hearts, so far, at least, as their financial position is concerned. The test piece, we should add, is The Fishermen."
CAPTURE OF BADGERS.
CAPTURE OF BADGERS. —Two badgers have been caught during the past month by the game-keeper of Mr D. T. Alexander. Bryneithen, Dinas Powis, one in the Arga Dingle, and the other in the Twynkin Wood. One of the savage little creatures was secured alive.
CONCERT IN AID OF THE SCHOOL…
CONCERT IN AID OF THE SCHOOL PRIZE FUND. For the benefit of the children's prize fund, a grant benefit concert will be given at the National School, Dinas Powis, on Wednesday, the 9th prox., and considering the successful results of the recent annual examination conducted by H.M's inspectors, the little ones are entitled to substan- tial appreciation by tke public of the district.
POLICE CHANGES. —Police-sergeant Shattock, of Cogan, has this week removed to Aberdare, and his place at Cogan has been taken by an officer from Porth.
THE DOCK. —The coal shipments at Penarth Dock last week amounted to 32,656 tons.
BUTCHER DRUNK. —For being drunk and dis- orderly, William Williams, butcher, Penarth, was this week fined 5s and costs.
THE PILOT'S ERRATIC CHIMNEY.
THE PILOT'S ERRATIC CHIMNEY. —John Wilson, pilot, was fined 2s 6d by the Penarth magistrates on Monday last for having a chimney on fire.
" ONE PERPLEXED."
ONE PERPLEXED." —We are always pleased to allow letters in reply to advertisements published in the Penarth Star to be addressed to our office at Penarth. This convenience, however, is only allowed to our advertisers.-ED. P.S. and, C.N.
EDUCATIONAL. —We are pleased to find that Mr G. L. Wyard, late of Regent's Park, London, has acquired the popular Hasland House School for boys, at Penarth, and we are sure that, under the charge of so accomplished a headmaster As Mr Wyard, the high reputation of the school will be fully maintained. The summer term commences on May 3rd.
SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY.
SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. —The twelfth anniversary services in connection with the Sunday school of Windsor-road English Congrega- tional Church. Penarth, was held on Sunday last. The Rev F. W. Aveling, M.A., B.Sc. (principal of the Independent College, Taunton), preached both morning and evening to large and attentive congregations. In the afternoon a young people's service was given, conducted by the Rev J. M. Saunders, M.A. Special hymns were sung by the scholars, and collections in aid of the Sunday school funds were made throughout the day.
IMPORTANT POLITICAL APPOINTMENT…
IMPORTANT POLITICAL APPOINTMENT FOR A LOCAL GENTLEMAN. —At the annual meeting of the Breconshire Liberal Association held on Friday last, the executive committee reported that they had gone into the question of appointing a secretary and registration agent, and had come to the unanimous conclusion to recommend the name of Mr William T. Lee, of Penarth, for the approval of the council, and on the motion of Mr Henry De Winton, J.P., seconded by Mr Councillor Evans, Mr Lee was unanimously elected. Mr Lee is deputy Agent for South Glamorgan Liberal Asso- ciation, and late secretary to the South Monmouth- shire Liberal Association and also financial secretary to the South Wales Liberal Federation. Mr Lee was also a member of the Welsh National Council, and has undertaken some of the most important work of organisation in this county. Many members of Parliament and secretaries supported Mr Lee's application, including Sir Edward Reed, K.C.B., M.P., Mr W. Bowen Row- lands, Q.C., M.P., Mr Alfred Thomas, M.P., Mr D. A. Thomas, M.P., Mr Frank Edwards, M.P., Mr Augustine Honey, secretary Liverpool Federation Mr F. LI. Jones, B.A., secretary North Wales Liberal Federation; Mr T. J. Hughes, South Glamorgan; Alderman G. H. Llewellyn. South Monmouthshire &c, We wish Mr Lee every success in his new sphere, where Mr Charles Morley is the Liberal candidate, in place of Hon. W. Fuller-Maitland, who retires at the dissolution, and whose majority at the last election was over 1,500. ———
GOLF MATCH BETWEEN SWANSEA…
GOLF MATCH BETWEEN SWANSEA AND ST. F AGANS. match came off on Friday last at ) Porthcawl, and resulted in the win for Swansea by 11 holes in the singles, while St Fagan's were eight holes to the good in the doubles. The following are the scores :—Singles—Swansea—J. R. Watson, 1 E. Forester, 2 Rev. Shaw, 3 Capt. Logan, 1; E. Read, 0 W. S. Vivian, 1 J. Hedley, 1 total 16. St. F(igan'.Y-E. N. David, 0; H. A. Tapsfield, 5 Rev. B. Moore, 0 F. Halsay, 0 total 5. Doubles—Watson and Forester, 0 Vivian and Thomes, 0 Logan and Reid, 0; total, 0; David and Hill, 5 Moore and David, 2 Walron and Tapsfield, 1 total 8.
A DISTINGUISHED VISITOR.
A DISTINGUISHED VISITOR. —Lord Halifax, president of the English Church Union, was, during his stay in Cardiff, the guest of Mr and Mrs Nell, The Grange, Wenvoe, and a select party was invited to dinner at the Grange on Monday even- ing to meet his lordship, amongst those present being Mrs Jenner (Wenvoe Castle), Rev G. H. and Mrs Jenner, Miss Edith Nell, Captain D. J. Williams, and Mr J. P. Poole.
THE WORKING-MEN'S CLUB AND…
THE WORKING-MEN'S CLUB AND INSTITUTE. -The second entertainment promoted by Mr and the Misse3 Nell for the benefit of the Working- men's Club and Institute, Wenvoe, was again a pronounced success. The use of the schoolroom was kindly given by Mrs JeDner, Wenvoe Castle, who was present during a portion of the evening, and took part in the dancing. Miss Nell and Mr Grant very kindly gave several songs during the evening, whilst Mrs Robinson presided at the piano in her usual kind and admirable manner, the music rendered, both vocal and instrumental, being greatly appreciated b y the large audience. A very useful addition to the funds of the Club was the result, and the thanks of those present are due, and are tendered, to the ladies and gentlemen who organised and took part in the proceedings, the evening being most enjoyably spent.
BANK HOLIDAY EISTEDDFOD.
BANK HOLIDAY EISTEDDFOD. —In our adver- tising columns this week an announcement is made of the grand eisteddfod to be held on August Bank Holiday, at Llantwit Major, when Mr Arthur J. Williams, M.P., will preside, and an attractive array of adjudicators, conductors, and musical and literary subjects for competition have been selected by an energetic committee, with Mr J. B. Llewelyn, Boverton, as an assiduous hon secretary.
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BOARD OF TRADE PROSECUTION…
BOARD OF TRADE PROSECU- TION AT BARRY. Laurence Murphy, a seaman, was brought up at Barry Dock Police-court yesterday (Thursday) charged with making use of a false discharge with a view of being shipped on board the steamer Oberon at Barry Dock. Mr G. W. Swain appeared to prosecute on behalf of the Board of Trade, and defendant, in reply, said he had been out of employment for a long time, and wanted some- thing to do. The Bench (Messrs LI. Wood and J. Lowdon) giving him something to do" for the next three weeks at Cardiff gaol in default of paying a fine of 40s and costs.
A BATCH OF QUARRELSOME NEIGHBOURS…
A BATCH OF QUARRELSOME NEIGHBOURS AT BARRY DOCK. At Barry Dock Police Court on Thursday after- noon-before Mr Llewelen Wood and Mr J. Lowdon-Annie Bumford was charged by her sister-in-law, Elizabeth Bumford, both of Richard- street, Barry Dock, with using threatening language towards her on the 21st inst.—Evi- dence was called on both sides, and it was alleged that defendant was drunk when she indulged in the abusive conduct. Bound over to keep the peace for six months.-Ellen Cooper, 47, Bassett-street, Barry Dock, charged Mary Billon, of the same street, with an assault on the 17th instant. It was urged that defendant threw a basin at complainant, broke eight panes of glass in her house, and did other mischief. Provocation, however, was proved, and the case was dismissed.
BARRY GRAVING DOCK COMPANY'S…
BARRY GRAVING DOCK COMPANY'S DIVIDEND. The directors of this undertaking have had a meeting, and decided to recemmend the distribution of a dividend for the half-year at the rate of 10 per cent. per annum. A similar amount of dividend was paid last year. The shares of this undertaking (£10 paid) are now standing at 14\—J.
THE CONTINUITY QUESTION.
THE CONTINUITY QUESTION. "A PRIEST OF THE UNDIVIDED CHURCH, Your valued letter on the above subject shall appear in our next issue.—ED. B.D.N,
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Births, marriages, Deaths. BIRTHS. BOWEN.-On the 24th inst., at 7, Oban-street, Cadox- ton-Barry, the wife of Mr W. Bowen, of a son. STROUD. —On the 13th inst., at 57, Thompson-street, Barry Dock, the wife of Mr J. Stroud, fish merchant, &c., of a daughter. DEATHS. HARDING.-On the 18th inst., at 34, Evan-street' Barry Dock, Mr George Harding, labourer, aged 65 years. HARRIS. —On the 18th inst., at the Rectory, St Bride's-super-Ely, Mr William Ware Harris, Clerk in Holy Orders, aged 54 years. HOBBS.-On the 19th inst., at 28, Fryatt-street, Barry Dock, Marry Ann, wife of Mr Thomas Hobbs, boot- maker, aged 34 years. JEFFREYS. —Cn the 19th inst., at 18, Railway terrace, St. Andrew's, Walter Tom, son of Mr George Jeffreys, mason, aged 4 years. MALLETT. —On the 17th inst., at 19, Bell-street, Barry, Mr Jonathan Mallett, mason, aged 61 years. MORGANS. —On the 17th inst., at the American Market, 216, Holton-road, Barry Dock, Mr John Morgans, provision merchant,aged 25 years. 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A DASMAll 514, Langdale, Estab 1851 A. DASMAILWALTH-KMSTOW. Small Prepaid Advertisements. gjjcmscs, etc., 'Ea %zt TO LET, TWO ROOMS Unfurnished in a respectable House in delightful situation near the Old Village at Cadoxton. Terms Moder- ate. Will suit young Married Couple.-Apply C. Barry Dock News, Cadoxton-Borry. TO LET, APARTMENTS, Two or Three Rooms Unfurnished.—Apply 19, IVY-STREET, Pen- arth. TO LET, in REGENT-STREET, Barry Dock, No. JL 13, 9s; No. 15. 8s per week. Superior Residence.-Apply at No. 18. TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS TO LET in pleasant part of Holton-road. Terms Mode- rate.-Apply, in first instance, CASH SUPPLY STORES, 236, Holton-road, Barry Dock. YILLA TO LET.—NO. 2, PARK CRESCENT, BARRY, containing Four Bedrooms, Bath (hot and cold), Dining Room, Drawing Room, Kitchen, Scullery, and other Offices. Splendid View of Channel. Rent moderate.—Apply H. J. MONEY, Builder, Barry. mo LET, AELYBRYN, Cadoxton Common, .1 Nine Rooms, Hot and Cold Water Supply. all Conveniences.-Apply MORGAN BROS., Vere- street, Cadoxton-Barry. TO LET.—Houses, Shops, and Warehouses, to Let, or for Sale. Great Bargains. Apply S. LEWIS, Builder, Barry Dock. §itait0ttjs laatnt. MESSRS. HICKS & co., CHEMISTS, BARRY DOCK, have an opening for an OUTDOOR APPRENTICE. Must have passed Preliminary Examination. WANTED, a Good GENERAL SERVANT, able to do Plain Cooking and Washing for Business House.—Apply 16, GLAMORGAN-STREET, Barry. DRAPERY.—WANTED, Two Young Ladies as APPRENTICES to the General Drapery.— Apply W. V. PILTON, Draper, Thompson-street, Barry Dock. PPRENTICES WANTED for MILLINERY and DRAPERY.—Apply J. JONES, Bristol House, Cadoxton-Barry. JJ1i£í,cdhtntt1U£í. ALCESTER HOUSE SCHOOL, WRINDSOR- ROAD, PENARTH—MRS. WELLS, Principal- Terms moderate. Next Term commences May 9th. FOR SALE, a NEW PONY TIP CART; also BUTCHER or GROCER'S CART (New).— Apply S. BLAKE, Smith and Wheelwright, Sully. rpHE BARRY DOCK R.A.O.B. BRASS BAND X is open for ENGAGEMENTS. — Apply SECRETARY of the Band, Institute, Thompson- street.—No connection with any other Band in the district. LEFT OFF CLOTHES Bought and Sold~by Mrs BENJAMIN MORGANS, 2, Evans-street, Barry Dock (Two doors from Victoria HoteL FOR SALE, BASSINETTE PERAMBULATOR and SPRING COUCH.—Apply MRS MORGAN, 2, Evans-street, Barry Dock (Two Doors from Victoria Hotel). FOR SALE, Cheap TRICYCLE, Rudge's Con- vertible Tandem also T. Gas Lights and Piping.—AUSTIN'S, 34, High-street, Penarth. EE MISS JOHNSON'S WINDOWS. — Her B10US6S, Skirts, Vests, Corsets, Gloves, Scarves, Millinery, &c.—Note the Address, 90, HIGH-STREET, Barry. LOST, TWO GOLD RINGS, opposite Lloyd's Bank, Barry Docks, Finder bringing same to EDITOR, Barry Dock News, Cadoxton-Barry, will be Well Rewarded. TJ^OR SALE, a FARMER'S HEAVY CART, 1? quite new, with 4iin. Wheels. — Apply 2 SAMUEL BLAKE, Wheelwright, Sully. IF YOU WANT YOUR FURNITURE RE- PAIRED, your Suites Upholstered, Polished, &c., send to D. W. THOMAS, 4, Vere-street, Cadox- ton-Barry. MR ALLEN PEARCE, HERNIA SPECIALIST, 4, Charles-street, Carditf Hours, 10 to 6. For many years Fitter of Surgical Appliances to the Bristol Infirmary, Bristol and Clifton Unions, Stapleton Lunatic Asylum, &c. c. HAFF-CUTTERS, Turnip-cutters, Pulpexs, C Engines, Mills, Horse-gears, Sheep-raeks, Cattle-cribs, Ploughs, Horse-hoes,. Harrows, Rollers, Drill?, Cheese-presses, &c., Carts, Traps, Trollies, and every Agricultural Requisite.—JNO HIBBERT & SONS, 10 and 11, Castle-street, Cardiff. GLASS SHADES and STANDS, all sizes, cheap, for clocks, statuettes, &c.—J. GoBDiNG, 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 MRSL S. L. GREEN, Dumfries House, 32, Caroline-street Cardiff. Established 40 ^years.— Orders promptly attended to. BARNETT'S, 80, HOLTON-ROAD, THE NOTED. CHEAP HOUSE for Men's and Boy's Suits, Trousers, Coats and Vests, Ready-made and to Measure. Genuine Second-hand Working Clothes. Large Stock of Sheets, Quilts, Blankets, Bed Ticks, &c., to be Sold Cheap.-Note Address, 80, HOLTON- ROAD. 2S. -J D.—Large-sized Twill Sheets; cannot be 2 -1JL equalled at 3s 6d elsewhere don't miss this opportunity.—BARNETT'S, Holton-road, Barry Dock. 7S. -j -j D.—Massive Solid Silver Gent's Albert,. 11 stamped on every link; cost 15s; pay- ments taken.—BARNETT'S, 80, Holton-road, Barry- Dock. 2S. D.—175 Men's Large-size Working Shirts JL1 (Wool); usual price, 3s lid reduced in e order to clear cheap.—BARNETT'S, Holton-road. 3S. -J D.—Men's White Moleskin Trousers, lined,. XX *11 sizes, well finished splendid value for your money. Clothiers' price, 4s lid.—BARNETT'S,. Holton-road. £ A Supetior-finished Black Worsted Men's Suits,. OU 18s lid, all sizes; nicely bound, in splendid condition. Come early.—BARNETT'S, Holton-road. fAA Pairs of Men's Wool Socks. Usual price, 8 £ d per pair. Quite new.—BARNETT'S, 80, Holton-road. 6ld. Genuine Bargains. IS. "I -J D.—Barnett have a Large Stock of Men's- -LX Flannel Drawers, any size which are usually sold at 2s. 6d. per pair. 2S, "I i D.—50 Solid Silver Seals, stamped good XX as new; cost 5s, 6d. also a few at 2s. 3d. each.—BARNETT'S, Holton-road. 1 /*D.—Pair of Handsome Field and Marine Xf^ U Glasses in good leather case. No worse- than new. Cost 50s.—BARNETT'S, Holton-road. 28/ "1 "j D.—Half-Dozen Best Finished Dessert 2 JLJL Knives (rivetted handles). Made by noted Sheffield firm. Cheap.-BARNE'fT'S,80, Holton-road. DON'T forget Barnett's take weekly and monthly JL payments on any article in the shop. No extra charge.—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). DHIL PHILLIPS, Pawnbroker, Wholesale P Jeweller, 24, St. Mary-street, Cardiff, ad- vances Money on Plate, Diamonds, &c., at a Low Rate of Intoreat. Mmjtfns .& Collier}) J&cqmsitejs. THE BUTE WORKS SUPPLY COMPANY CARDIFF. Telephone: No. 45 (Post Office and National). Telegrams Ge thing, Cardiff. W AGONS.-Newto Latest Regulations, 50 with one end, two side and two bottom doors, wheels with wrought bosses, large capacity (12in. longer and 4in. deeper than usual), ready for lettering. One Hundred and Fifty New to latest Regulations, one end and two side doors, sides and ends 3in. red deals, all inside under-frame timbers of English Oak; delivery, about fifteen per week, commencing forth- with. Three, only one year old, with two side doors to latest regulations, under-frame of English Oak, 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 Avonside Engine Company, no wat Cardiff, RAILS.—Bridge, 14 to 120 Flange. 10 to 100 f pounds per Double Head, 30 to 82.. f yard. Bull Head, 50 to 9G .J 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. 3-TON CRANE.—Nearly new, on trolley 4ft. 8 £ in. gauge. Printed and Published for the Barry Dock Newspaper and Printing Company, Limited, by JOHN ROWLAND LLEWELLYN, at Vere- street, Cadoxton. Friday, April 27,1894.
CHURCH BAND OF HOPE ENTERTAINMENT.
CHURCH BAND OF HOPE ENTERTAINMENT. — The Band of Hope organised at the English Church Mission-room, Iddesleigh-street, by the Rev J. H. Evans. curate, under the auspices of the Church of England Temperance Society, held a successful entertainment on Wednesday last, when the Rector (the Rev E. Morris) presided, and there was a full attendance. The programme was an interesting one, the following taking part :— Captain Robson, L. Evans, M. Evans, L. Clark, C. Wedge. Martha Stuckey, Jessie Cullis, E. Schweitzer, L. John, Ada Kingsley, L. Plank, Polly Grey, G. Lloyd, E. Watkins, C. Jones, Daisy Smith. Fred Connor, Mary Bugler, Agnes Harvey, L. Davies, Arthur Hopgood, Polly Griffiths. Beatrice C. Diamond, M. Short, &c. The Rector and Rev J. H. Evans delivered instructive and thoughtful addresses during the evening, which Tvere= met with mueh appreciation, Mr Evans also thanking those taking part, and the following ladies for their energetic services as secretaries :— The Misses Palmer (2), Miss M. A. Morgan, Miss Parry, and Miss Evans. The proceedings ter- minated with the rendering of the National Anthem.
ACCIDENT TO A PAINTER.*
ACCIDENT TO A PAINTER.* —On Wednesday morning last, about nine o'clock, David Powell, living at No. 2, Portlikerry-road, Barry, was engaged in painting the side of a vessel in Barry Graving Dock, when something went wrong with the scaffolding, and he was precipitated to the bottom of the dock. Dr J. N. Bray, Kingsland- crescent, attended, and found that Powell had broken his leg. He was carried home on a stretcher.
THE ROWING CLUB ENTERTAINMENT.
THE ROWING CLUB ENTERTAINMENT. — We beg to call attention to the entertainment to be held, under the auspices of the Barry Amateur Rowing Club, on Wednesday evening next at the Market Hall, Barry. Amongst the artistes who will take part are the popular Miss Gertrude Drinkwater (of the Royal Welsh Ladies Choir), and Mr S. W. Allen. Ventriloquial and character sketches, banjo solos, etc., will be given, and a good evening's enjoyment can be looked forward to. The prices of admission are moderate, and a crowded audience ought to be the result. Tickets may be obtained of the committee, or of the t secretary, Mr A. Trevor Roberts.
POOLE'S MYRIORAMA. —What we stated last week in anticipation of the visit of Harry Poole's world-famed myriorama was not, we are pleased to find, in any way over-drawn, for the magnificent exhibition which is on view at Barry Market Hall every evening this week is in every respect a brilliant one, the views being highly excellent and artistic, while the illuminations of the same are of the grandest and most realistic possible. Those who miss paying a visit to Poole's Myriorama at Barry during the present week will lose a treat. In addition to the exhibiton. a capital variety en- tertainment is provided at agreeable intervals. A morning exhibition and performance will also be given to-morrow (Saturday), at 2.30.
GRAND CONCERT AT THE PARISH…
GRAND CONCERT AT THE PARISH HALL. grand concert to close the series of successful entertainments held during the winter months at the Church Hall, Barry, under the auspices of the Men's Bible Class, was given on Friday evening last. The Rev Canon Allen, M.A., rector, occupied the chair, and amongst those present were the Rev and Mrs J. Du Heaume, Captain. Mrs, and Miss Whall, Mr and Mrs W. H. Miller, Mr and Mrs E. Makepeace, Mr C. A. Makepeace, Mrs Vaughan, Mrs Went, &c. The following programme was gone through in a creditable manner:-Fairy bell selections, Bro Greatrex song, The worst girl in the school," Miss Bronwyn Jones song, Mr F. Green song, Mrs Handcock: song (encored), Come from behind the ehair," Miss E. Jones song (encored), "Peg-leg Polly," Mr F. Green; fairy bell selections (encored), Bros. Greatrex; song, "I fear no foe," Mr C. Evans song, The beggar child," Miss E. Jones (encored) song, "A soldier and a man," Mr F. Green; recitation, Captain Whall; song, liJack and me," Mr C. Evans sohg, Come, birdie, come," Miss E. Jones song, Captain Whall song (encored), "I've got married to-day," Mr F. Green. The singing of Miss E. Jones, of Merthyr, a pupil of Madame Novello Davies, proved a special attraction, and the numerous encores showed that her artistic efforts were highly appreciated. Mrs Du Heaume z, and Mr W. H. Miller tastefully accompanied at the piano. A vote of thanks having been accorded those who had taken part in the proceedings, a successful and enjoyable meeting terminated with t the singing of the National Anthem.
SCHOOL EXAMINATION. —The annual examina- tion by H.M.'s inspectors of the National School at Dinas Powis commenced on Friday, the 13th inst., and concluded on the 17th, the children giving every satisfaction. The chief inspector (Mr C. T. Whitmell, M.A.) expressed a hope that the much- needed extension of the building would soon be carried out.
THE SCHOOLS. —The award which has been made in respect of the instruction in drawing given in the St. Fagan's schools during the past year is excellent."
VIOLATION OF THE SUNDAY CLOSING…
VIOLATION OF THE SUNDAY CLOSING ACT AT BARRY. THE MAGISTRATES DETERMINED TO SUPPRESS SHEBEENING. A WOMAN HEAVILY FINED AT THE LOCAL COURT TO-DAY. At Barry Dock Police Court yesterday (Thurs- day)-before Mr Llewelen Wood and Mr J. Low- don-Polly White, of 44, Gueret-street, Barry Dock, was charged with selling beer without a license on Sunday last. Acting-sergeant Herbert Evans and Police-constable W. Smith gave evidence proving, that they watched defendant's premises for some time on Sunday morning, during which they saw seven men and. eight women enter, and seven women and four men leave. When the police visited the house they found five women sitting round a table in one of the rooms with jugs and glasses of beer before them.—Defendant said she was guilty of the offence, and Mr Llewelen Wood having remarked that the Bench were determined to put down the evil, imposed a penalty of £10 and costs, in default a month's hard labour. FREQUENTERS FINED. For frequenting a shebeen kept Mary Ann Sparks, Foster-street, Cadoxton, George Jennett, Arthur Taylor, and Hannah Haley were fined 5s each and for the same offence on the premises of Lizzie Williams, Commercial-street, Cadoxton (who was fined at the previous court), a warrant was ordered to be issued for the arrest of a woman named Williams, the summons against Elizabeth Evans being dismissed.