TRAPNELL AND GANE, 35 and 38, QUlÑen Street, CARDIFF. The Oldest, Largest, Cheapest, and Most Reliable House Furnishers in Wales. SPECIAL SHOWROOMS, NOW COMPLETED, Are well stocked with every requisite, and, notwithstanding the recent enormous advance in raw materials. T. & G., through having placed large forward contracts, arc able to offer goods in every department A T OLD P lUGES,o which cannot be beaten, therefore, those requiring either to furnish a house, or to purchase a single article, should not do so before seeing our immense stock for themselves. DINING ROOM SUITES, L4 iOs to £ 25. DRAWING ROOM SUITES, 95 iOs to £ 32. BEDROOM SUITES, from zC6 5s to zC55, in all sizes and all woods ENDLESS VARIETY OF CHAIES, TABLES, COUCHES, GLASSES. BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. A Splendid Full-sized BEDSTEAD, with Brass Rail complete, for 21S. FENDERS AND FIRE-IRONS AT ALL PRICES. Warehouse and Shovjrooms for CARPETS, LIJSi OLEUMS, RUGS, &c., 38, QUEEN STREET, CARDIFF, AND AT BRISTOL AND NEWPORT. TRAPNELL AND GANE. CLOTHING, CHEAPEST AND BEST, MADE TO MEASURE OR READY FOR IMMEDIATE WEAR, BEST VARIETY IN THE DISTRICT IN « Men's, Youths', and Boys' Suits, Trousers, Hats, Caps, Hosiery, Ties, Umbrellas, Gloves, Football Clothing, &c., &c. BESPOKE TAILORING Is now Replete with a Choice Selection of the CLOTHS in of England, SCOTCH AND IRISII TWEEDS, VICU-NAS, CURLS, AIELTONS, BLACK OVF-RCOATINGS, &c. SUITS TO MEASUr.,E, 258., 30s., 35s., to 60s. TROU, SERS, 7s. 6¿., 10s. 6d., 12s. to 21s. 'D WOIZK' -NSHil' BEST FIT A -N LLOYD & Company, The Cadoxton and Barry Dock Clothiers, 72, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCK. [ 25, MAIN STREET, CADOXTON. Fulton. Dunlop & Co., WINE, SPIRIT, ALE & PORTER MERCHANTS, Duke-street, CARDIFF Windsor road, PEN ART H Wind-street, SWANSEA. IMPORTERS AND BONDERS OF V.'iXES AND SPIRITS Shippers of the Leading Brands of Champagne, inci tiding :n HEIBSIEOK'S, BOLLINGER'S, IRROY'S, &c., &o. Holders of a Stcck of Magnificent OLD BRANDIES, comprising Vintages of 1820, 1835, 1350, 1858, 1S65. and others. Sole Agents for Cardiff and District for DUNCAN" GILMOUR and CO. s HOP BITTER BEER (X on-Alcvholic). GENERAL PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION. .=- WINE, SPIRIT, ALE & PORTER MERCHANTS, Duke-street, CARDIFF Windsor road, PEN ART H Wind-street, SWANSEA. IMPORTERS AND BONDERS OF V.'iXES AND SPIRITS Shippers of the Leading Brands of Champagne, including HEIBSIEOK'S, BQLLII&EE/3, IBHOT'S, &c., &o. Holders cf a Stcck of Magnificent OLD BRANDIES, comprising Vintages of 1320, 1835, 1850, 1858, 1S65. and others. Sole Agents for Cardiff and District for DUNCAN" GILMOUR and CO. s HOP BITTER BEER (Xon-Alcuholic). GENERAL PRICE LIST 03" APPLICATION. LffiST ESTIMATES GIVEN. Make. Boor* and -me ■ THE FINEST AND BEST SELECTION -p\ "T "1710' waterproof ptaduck's back, OF a,velvet. WEDDING, KEEPER, AND Ands threo times to the wearand allows polishing. 17 ENGAGEMENT RINGS, GOLD MEDAL Exhibition Highest; Awards. Tins 2d, 6d, 1/, and 2/6, of ~rv"B TD"DTATai! BoottTKikeirf. ironmon JEWELLERY, CLOCKS, & PLATE, U U JDOl^ ger-s Saddlers. &c. 0f ft]1 Kindg afc /-toopanK THROAT ASO CHEST BAMA*. £ B. CROUCH'S, C y—Instant Relief irem Ooiu.i, so™ Thro, u r t;|es u eac!i 15, st. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF W. B. »,<i ri^«| wto4ow Before 1'iuohaaingEketthei-e. A MASS MEETING OF CARPENTERS & JOINERS WILL BE HELD AT THE Victoria Hotel Assembly Rooms, BARRY DOCK, NEXT SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 5TH, TO BEAR THE DECISION OF THE MASTERS ON THE CODE OF WORKING RULES. The Meeting to Commence at Five o'clock sharp. NON-SOCIETY MEN CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND. F. WALLS, Secretary. London & North Western Railway. WHITSUNTIDE HOLIDAY ARRANGEMENTS, 1894. FIRST TRIP OF THE SEASON TO IRELAND, MAY 10. ON THURSDAY, MAY 10, Cheap 14-day Tickets will be issued to Dublin, via Holy- head, from Cardiff (Rhymney Railway), &c. On Friday night, May 11th, Cheap 8-day Tickets will be issued by Special Excursion Train to Liverpool, Manchester, Stockport. Chester, Rbyl, Abergele, Llandudno, Bangor, Leeds, Bradford, Southport, Blackpool, Carlisle, Windermere, and other places in the North also to Newcastle-on- Tyne, Ilarrograte, Durham, Hull, York, Scarboro', Midddlesboro', and other Stations on the North Eastern Company's line, from Cardiff (R.R.) and stations on the Rhymney and Tail Vale lines. Cheap Long Date Excursion Tickets will also be issued by the same train to London, Northampton, Peterboro', Rugby, Cambridge, Birmingham, Stafford, Nottingham, Derby. Burslem, Hanley, Stoke, Wolverhampton, and Burton, from Cardiff (R.R.) and stations on the Rhymney and Taff Vale lines. ARRANGEMENTS FOR WHIT-MONDAY, MAY 14. Cheap 1-day Excursion Tickets will be issued to Liverpool, Manchester (Belle Vue) by Express Excursion Train from Cardiff (R.R.) and other stations on the Rhvrnney Line. For full particulars see posters and small bills, the latter of which can be obtained from any of the stations named. Information with regard to any of the above Excursion? may also be obtained from the Office of Mr J. Bishop, Abergavenny. Euston Station, FRED. HARRISON, May, 1894. General Manager. CAERPHILLY CASTLE SEVENTH Annual Eisteddfod WHIT-MONDAY, 1894. Chief Choral, "YeN ations" (Ibjmn qf Pmiu)- -lBt Prize, £ 40; 2nd Prize, £ 10. Gold Medal to Conductor. Mule Voice Party, "Y Pvsgodwyr" (The Fishermen Mahhtyn Price)—1st Prize, £ 20 2ud Prize, £5. Corau CynulleiJfaol—Canig, "Mai"—J. Thomas— Prize, IIG. Brass Band, Gems of Cambria "-II. Round— 1st Priie, £12; 2rd do., £3; 3rd do., £5. Fife Band. "Let. the hills res,junl "-Ist Prize, 2nd do., Solus, Duet, «fcc. For full Particulars see Programme, post D. HUGHES, Secretary. SELLING OFF. SELLING OFF. I ) 20 PER CEXT. DISCOUNT FOR CASH. Removing to New Premises AT 2, ST. MARY-STREET. In order to prevent Damage by Moving, Mr HENRY TAINSH will SELL OFF the WHOLE of his VALUABLE STOCK of JEWELLERY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, and SILVER GOODS at the Enormous Discount of 4s in the j3. All Goods Marked in Plain Figures as usual. H. TAINSH, 5, HIGH-STREET, CARDIFF. UNDER DISTINGUISHED PATRONAGE. LLAIT WIT^MA JOE.. A GRAND EISTEDDFOD Will be Held in a Spacious Marquee at the above place ON AUGUST BANK HOLIDAY, AUGUST 6TU, 1394. President-A. J. WILLIAMS. Esq., M.P. Conductor—Mono A..v MORGANS, Esq., Pontypridd. Adjudicators—Music Eos Morganwg (Aber- dare) and Mr W. Llewelyn. Deri. Poetry, Litera- tnre. &:c. Rav Ben. D.ivies, PanteJ, Ystalyfera. Fancy Work: Mrs Thomas, Boverton Court, and Miss Thomas. Plymouth House. PRINCIPAL COMPETITIONS To the Choir, not less than 49 in number, that will best sing "Then round about the Starry Throne (Handel.) 1st, £ 10 2nd. £ 2 10s. To the Male Voice Party, not less than 20 in number. that will be3t t;ing The Little Church." Prize, &5. Good Prizes will be given for Solos. Duetts. Triw, Essays, Poems. Recitations, Fancy Work, &c, PROGRAMMES to be had from the SECRETARY (Id. Each)- J. B. LLEWELYN, BOVERTON, COWBRIDGE. llrf'rtxhwrntx Provided in a Larqe Tent on the Field. GRAND CONCERT IN THE EVENING. THE ANNUAL PONY, TROTTING, AND FOOT RACES WILL BE HELD AT THE Witchill Athletic Grounds, CADOXTON-BARRY, ON WHIT-MONDAY & TUESDAY, MAY 14th and 15th. For Full Particulars apply C. HODDINOTT, At the above Address. TO BUILDERS.. TENDERS are Invited for the ERECTION of a STABLE, COACH-HOUSE, &c., afc the Crown Stores, Cadoxton. Plans and Specification may be seen, and Form of Tender obtained, at my Office on or after the 3th instant. Sealed Tenders, endorsed "Tender for Coach- house, &c," to be sent to me not later than 15th May. J. A. OWEN, Architect. Vere-street, Cadoxton. COIGNE-TERRACE (BARRY DOCK) BUILD- ING COMPANY, LIMITED (IN LIQUID- ATION). COIGNE-TERRACE AND BURLINGTON- STREET, BARRY DOCK. MESSRS J. J. DAVID and COMPANY have received instructions from the Liquidator to SELL BY AUCTION at the BASSETT ARMS HOTEL, on TUESDAY, the 8th day of MAY, 1894, at 7 p.m. (subject to the conditions of sale of the Incorporated Law Society for Cardiff and District. and such special conditions as shall be read at the time of Sale), the following well-built and desirable LEASEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSES:— Lot 1.—No. 5, COIGNE-TERRACE, Barry Dock Let at a rental of 5s 6d per week. Lot 2.—No 15, COIGNE-TERRACE, Barry Dock. Let at a rental of 6s per week. Lot 3.—No. 16, COIGNE-TERRACE, Barry Dock. Let at a rental of 6s per week. Lot 4.-No. 32, BURLINGTON-STREET, Barry Dock. Let at a rental of 6s per week. Lot 5.—No. 33, BURLINGTON-STREET, Barry Dock. Let at a rental of 6s per week. Lot 6.-No. 34, BURLINGTON-STREET, Barry Dock. Let at a, rental of 6s per week. Lot 7.-150.35, BURLINGTON-STREET, Barry Dock. Let at a rental of 6s per week. Lot 8 —No. 36, BURLINGTON-STREET, Barry Dock. Let at a rental of 6s per week. All these Lots are six-roomed houses, with usual offices 16ft. frontage, each held under lease for a term of 99 years (less three days) from 1st May, 1889, at a yearly ground rent of £ 3 6s. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, St. John's Chambers, Cardiff or to WALTER COOK, Esq., Solicitor, 98, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. VICTORIA-ROAD, BARRY. SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. MR. WILLIAM THOMAS has been in- structed to SELL BY AUCTION afc the BARRY HOTEL, BARRY. on THURSDAY, MAY 17th, 1894, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon, subject to conditions of sale which shall be then produced, the following valuable LEASEHOLD PROPERTY, viz. All those Six Well-builfc Dwelling houses, situate in Victoria-road, Barry, let to good tenants, containing Six Rooms, Bath-room (Hot and Cold Water), held under a lease of 99 years, from May, 1891; ground rent, £3 Is. Od. each, except Lot 1, which is L3 2s. Od. Lob 1.—No. 3, Victoria-road, let to Mr Sexton at, 6s per week. Lot, 2. N o. 5, Victoria-road, let to Nr McCann at 63 per week. Lot 3. -No.7, Victoria-road, let to Mr Wil- liams at 6, órl per week. Lot 4.—No. 9, Victoria-road, let to Mr White at 6,1 6:1 per week. Lot 5. -No. 11, Victoria-road, let to Mr Jenkins at 5s 6d per week. Lot 6.—No. 13, Victoria-road, let to Mr Munn, at 5.« 6d per week. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, at his offices, Vere-street, Cadoxton or to MESSRS. REED & COOK, Solicitors, Bridgwater, Genuine Garden and Flower SEEDS. H. J. OWEN, CHEMIST, VERE-ST, CADOXTON-BARRY.
GAMBLING ON THE STREETS AT BARRY DOCK. IT is full time the attention of the public, and the local police in particular, should be drawn to the fact that gambling takes place on an extensive scale on the streets at Barry Dock. Notoriously is this the case every day in broad daylight on the pavement near the entrance to the Barry Company's property in Dock View- road, Barry Dock, where, almost at any time, bookmakers-of both sexes—may be seen victimising the low-class crowds who habitually" loaf" about this spot. The same may be said of Holton-road and Thompson-street after dark, and Ave are informed, on reliable authority, that the practice is most extensively and continually indulged in. In other respects gambling is also very freely II carried on in the district, and we are surprised that those who feel an interest in the well-being of the town do not take steps to strengthen the hands of the police, and assist them in stamping out an evil which is rapidly gaining ground in our midst.
A DECIDED BOON TO 'OST OFFICE SAVINGS' BANK DEPOSITORS. The newly autho- rised withdrawal of money from the Post Office Savings Bank by telegraph has now been so ex- pedited that instead of several hours being occupied in the process (the department having only bound itself to pay out the money on the day of application "), depositors in any part of London or the surburbs can actually obtain the sum they require within forty minutes, and in any pare of the United Kingdom, including the remotest points of Scotland and Ireland within the hour. For this boon great credit is due to the present energetic Controller of the Post Office Savings Bank. It may comfort the timid at Barry, Pen-
LOCAL PORTS AXD THI COMING CHOLERA SEASON. arth, &c., to learn that no anxiety is felt by Dr Thorne, the medi- cal officer of the Local Government Board, of the virulent outbreak of cholera at Lisbon invading our shores. In 1890 and 1892 special orders were issued to the sanitary authorities at the different ports of entry in this country. These instructions are still in force, and, it is believed, are sufficient to pre- vent that dangerous disease from being intro- duced by arrivals from abroad. Meanwhile, the sanitary survey of the kingdom, begun a few years ago, is making rapid progress, and in a short time it is hoped Great Britain, at least, will be so mapped out that the authorities will be better able than ever to grapple with and remove plague spots wherever they may be discovered. The Local Government Board must not, however, overlook the fact that they have just declined to sanction the Barry Local Board's application for power to schedule Sully Island for the purposes of the site of a fever hospital for the port, and for some time, at least, no other site can possibly be available.
PENARTH LOCAL BOARD TAKE A STEP IN A WISE DIRECTION. After the long series of babble and squabble which the members of the Penarth Local Board indulged in a few mouths ago over cl a certain well-worn question, it is refreshing to find them turning their attention to something useful and credit- able, The Pleasure Boats and Hackney Carriages Committee of this body held a meet- ing on Friday evening last, when it was resolved, on the motion of Mr J. W. Cole, seconded by Councillor W. B. Shepherd, to urge upon the Local Board the desirability of suppressing the plying of pleasure boats on the beach on Sunday, and, as a protective alternative, to issue only six-day licences. The pony carriages were dealt with in a similar way, for if the recom- mendation of the committee is carried out the Board will place a direct veto upon this kind of traffic on the Esplanade on the Sabbath. In regard to the latter question there may be an apparent legal difficulty, but, worthy of the traditions of the noble profession which Mr J. W. Morris, the respected clerk of the Board, so ably fills, the committee discovered a loop- hole, by means of which they may very effectively act, and they will, therefore, advise the Board to caution the owners of these hackney carriages that unless the practice is dis- continued their licenses will not be renewed next year. By taking steps like these, the Local Board are doing much towards wiping off the scandal which has been caused by the pitiful and miserable conduct of Sunday golfers at Penarth.
BARRY LOCAL BOARD AND PRIVATE IMPROVEMENT ARREARS. "Tobeforewa.rned is to be forearmed." The legal position of the Barry and Cadoxton Local Board with reference to the recovery of money spent upon the carrying out of private improvements in the district is clearly defined, for at a meeting of the Finance Committee on Thursday last, Mr J. Arthur Hughes, the clerk, reported that orders for payment, with costs, of the claims made for private improvements by the Local Board had been made by the District County Court Judge, with power, should settle- ment not be effected within three months, to realize on the sale of the property of the defaulters. An opinion was expressed by the committee that the full power should be exercised, and that proceedings be taken against those parties who were in arrears with their annual payments under this head of the present system, which covers five years, it being considered unjust to the present inhabitants generally to pay more than their proportion in the district rate to the advantage of new comers.
BARRY SHEBEEN FREQUENTERS FINED. William Piddell was charged at Barry Dock Police Court, on Thursday afternoon last, by Acting-sergeant Herbert Evans, with being present afc a shebeen at 44, G-ueret-street, Barry Dock, on the 2211d ultimo. Defendant did not appear and a warrant was ordered to be issued.—For the same offence, Elizabeth Williams, a young- woman, was fined 7s. 6d, or seven days' hard labour.—John Baker, for a like offenca, in Foster-street, Cad- oxton, was fined 5s. and costs. The presiding magistrates were Messrs O. H. Jones, G-. Nealc, and J. Lowiloa.
LLANDOUGH AND COGAN U.D. SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION. COMMENTS ON THE DIFFERENT CANDIDATES. As announced in our issue of last week, the triennial election of the School Board for the Llandough and Cogan United District will take place on Friday, the 18th instant. The nomina- tions are to be sent in by four p.m. on Monday next, to Mr A. J. Harris, clerk to the Guar- dians, Cardiff. Of the" old" members, we learn that three (Messrs J. Duncan, J.P., J. Pavey, and W. Brown) are seeking re-election, together with an army of about a dozen new hands. As the Board is composed of only five members, it will be seen that there will be many aching hearts after the ball is over." In giving a brief outline of the main features of the contest, we wish our readers to under- stand that we do not presume to recommend any particular candidates, we having confidence enough in the Cogan people to know that they will elect the best men. Unfortunately, a most undesirable feature has been introduced for the first time since the formation of the Board— some 12 years ago--a struggle for supremacy between Church and Dissent. Still, we venture to think that the people of the district will have sufficient good sense to rise above such petty jealousy, and vote for the five most qualified for the posts. The following is a list of gentlemen—some already nominated—who have been requested to allow themselves to be nominated," and most of whom have consented." We also append a few remarks about each nominee which may be of value to the electors MIt J. DUNCAN, J.P., of Llandough, a mem- ber of the old Board, elected to fill a vacancy about twelve months ago, is a gentleman highly qualified for the honour, and, should he be elected, no doubt he will be unanimously ap- pointed chairman of the Board. REV F. E. WILLIAMS, M.A., curate of the Cogan Mission, seems also to be specially quali- fied for the honour he is seeking. He has laboured hard for the Cogan Church, has visited most consistently, and is respected by all sections of the community. MR E. B. RILEY has done his work on the Local Board so thoroughly, and has done so much for the people of Llandough and Cogan, that he is a certainty. MR W. L. NORRIS. as the representative for Morristown and the West Cottages, has a special claim, and, besides, he is as straight as an arrow-just the man to look after the ratepayers* interests. MR J. FRAZE.-I PROUD, the popular and successful conductor of the Blue Ribbon Choir, and also the conductor of the Methodist Free Church Choir, Cogan, is a most promising young man. Always of a jovial disposition, a special favourite with children, and a man im- mensly popular with everybody, his chances certainly seem very good. Of the working-men candidates there are far too many aspirants. They are Messrs J. Pavey (old member), W. Brown (old member)* John Manley, R. Price, and J. H. Hill. The working-class should certainly be represented, and could, without much difficulty, select a man to represent them from the above list. Mr PAVEY, who has been a member of the board since its formation, has a fair following but Mr Brown has left the district, and thus will not be seriously considered by the voters, although, had he still resided in the district, no doubt he would have polled very heavily. Mr J. H. Hill is considered by many to be far too young and inexperienced. Mr Manley has a fair following, and will, doubtless, poll well. Mr R. Price is also greatly fancied by a large number of working-men and we may add he is secretary to several working-men's societies. At present it appears as if the choice of the labouring classes lies between Messrs Price and Manley. Other names suggested for nomina- tion are Mr J. Bryant, the popular conductor of the Cogan Military Band and an old resident of the place Mr E. Seys, late of Cogan, an employee of the Penarth Slipway and Mr Sidford, as staunch a Churchman as the parish. contains. Should all the above-named seek election we fancy the elected five will be found among the following :-Messrs J. Duncan, Morris, Riley, Proud, Price, Williams, Manley, and Pavey.
CRICKET. BARRY C.C. v. WHARTON C.C. Played on the Cardiff Arms Park on Wednesday afternoon last, and resulted in a win for the Wharton. Rigby and Kenvyn, bowling for the winner", took four wickets for nine runs and five wickets for 19 runs respectively. The scores were :—Barry 0. Lewis, I; B. T. Pomeroy, (j S. W. Swain, 3; J. Cranston, 3; Dr Livingstone, 1 H. Cowley, 3 P, Kavanagh, 0 W. T. Llewellyn, 9; G. H. Richards, 0; E. P. Phillips, 0; W. Summers, 2; extra, 1; total, 29. Wlrarton-H. F. Thomas, 22; T. P. Jones, 5; H. R. Kenvyn, 0 V. Scam in el, 0 K. S. Chappell, 1; W. J. Rigby, 27; W. A. Franklin, 27; extras. 10; total for six wickets, 92. BARRY CONGREGATIONAL 2ND XI. Y. GUILD- FORD METHODIST C.C.-The above match was played at Bäorry in showery weather on Saturday afternoon last, and resulted in a win for the home team by six runs. The scores were:-Barry, 22.; Guildford, 16. BARRY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH C.C. V. GRANGETOWN WESLEYAN C.C.-This match was played at Grangetown on Saturday last, and after a very even game resulted in a victory for the latter by 1 run. The following were the 8cores :-Congrega- tionalists, 9—33 (42) Grangetown, 32-11 (43). TO-MORROWS FIXTURES. BARRY 1ST XI. v. Y.M.C.A.—At E-attrills Field. The following will represent the Barry team :—W. West (captain). T. Wilson, T. Lewis, W. T. Llewellyn, E. Davies, W. Morse, Lintry, H. Cowiey, George R- Richards, W. Murphy, and O. Lewis. BARRY 2XD XI. v. BROADWAY WESLEYANS 2ND XI.—At Cardiff Arms Park. Barry Club:—H. Bray (captain) E. Phiiiips, L. Willett, B. Willett, H, Jones, Rutherford, J. Eumonds, Gibbs, Kavanagb, J. Palmer, W. Summers. BARRY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH C.C. V. DLNAS POWIS.—This match will be played at Barry, when the following team will represent the Congre- gational Club:—J. Rees, T. Saunders, P. Bavanagb, it. B. Miller, J. e. Gabe, D. Williams, W. Ashmore, T. Munn, W. J. Williams, G. Llewellyn, and E. Clarke. Reserves—F. John and Trathan. BARRY CONGREGATIONAL C.C. 2ND XI. v. CADOXTOX PRESBYTERIAN C.C.—The above match will be played at Cadoxton. Train leaves Barry at 2.20 p.m. Barry team :—\V. H. Murrell (captain). J. B. Miller, W. H Evans, G. F. Harrison, W. Edgar, H. Nortie. J. I. Thomas, H. Brown, S. Butler, A. Ashmore, and S. Blackmore. BARRY FIRST ELEVEN. May 5. Y.M.C.A. Home 12.St. Pagan's Away „ 19.C»rditf 2nd Home „ 2G.Garth Home June 2.Ely Away „ 9.Wenvoe Away 16.Charles Street Home „ 23.Broadway Wesleyan- Home 30.Garth Away Juiy 7.Whitchurch Home „ 14.Cathays. Away „ 21. Whitchurch Away 28.St. Mary's Away Aug. 4.Ely Home „ 11.St. Fagau's Away 18.Y.M.C.A. Away „ 25.Cardiff 2nd Away Sept. 1.C¡1,thays. Home „ 8..Charles Street Away „ 15.St. Mary's Home Mr G. n. Richards. Thompson-street, Barry Dock, is the hon. secretary.