Skip to main content
Hide Articles List

28 articles on this Page

, OFFICIALS AND THEIR SALARIES…

Departure of Inspector Williams.

TREATMENT OF INFANTS. --

[No title]

PORTHKERRY FOOTPATHS. --

ABOUT TO ENFORCE HER " RIGHTS."…

jTHE DELINQUENT "CABBY."

Family Notices

NO BEER, BUT BRANDY.I

- A VOLUNTEER'S LETTER.

! BARRY POSTMAN'S LETTER.

ANOTHER BARRYITE GOING SOUTH

ANOTHER BARRY MAN FOR THE…

BARRY FUND FOR RESERVISTS'…

[No title]

CONFERENCE OF TEMPERANCE WORKERS.

- COMFORTS FOR THE FRONT AND…

BARRY RAILWAY TRAFFIC RETURNS.

FOOTBALL NOTES.

SOUTH WALES & MONMOUTHSHIRE…

---SATURDAY'S FIXTURES.j

-----------------__--------_---Charles…

-----_--..._---.-----"---------------------------A…

Advertising

CADOXTON.

News
Cite
Share

CADOXTON. FORTHCOMING CONCERT AT ROMILLY HALL.— The Committee having the arrangements of the forthcoming concert at Barry in hand report a very encouraging sale of the better class tickets. At this concert, to be held about a month hence, Mr Ffrangcon Davies, the celebrated singer, will appear. ADONTRAM JCDSON.—Mr Gwyn Morris, the clerk to the Barry School Board. will, on Wednesday next, deliver a lecture on "Adoniram Judson, the apostle of the Buimese," at Bethel Presbyterian Church, Court-road, the pastor (Rev J. C. Jenkins) occupying the chair. Mr Morris is a skilled and ent» rtainii g lecturer, and his treatment of this subject is sure to be looked forward to with interest. EXTRAORDINARY SUCCESS in Gardening Opera" tions follow the sowing of GARDEN SEEDS," whick grow vigorously and produae abundant crops. Five Prizes, 60s, 30s, 20s, 15s, and 10s, ep«n to all Wales, England, and Ireland, given for the best five specimens Itf Onions grown trom Seeds obtained from H. J. OWEN, Chemist, Cadoxton. BUHEL DEBATING SOCIETY.—The usual weekly meeting of the Brthel Mutual Improvement Society was held in the Presbyterian Church, Court-road, Cadoxton, when Mr J. Meikle read a paper en The Present Position oi Liberalism." The paper dealt thoroughly with the present position of the Party, and at the clcse the members TOUK part in debate, in which it was claimed that Liberalism gave Trades Unionism to the country. THEATRE ROYAL.—Theatre managers all over tho country are complaining of business at the pre- sent time. The cause of tins is, of course, the war, but other causes have been in force at Cadoxton, for on Tuesday evening, owing to the storm of snow which visited the district, no performance was given at all. Despite these drawbacks, the attendance on other nights have been good, and the character of the piece certainly deserves a good house. The Guiding Star is in five acts, and very powerfully represented. The chief rolk, that of Harold Hagan, alias Paul Leraut, is an excep- tional personification,^taken by Mr Stuart Cleve- land, aud the dual pait of Gladys and Madge Goudwin (Miss Emma Litchfield) is well filled and acted. This is a gipsy story, and in places is as amusing as tragic. There is little alloy in it, and few scenes open to adverse critieism.—The manage- ment of this theatre will, in future, be in the able hands of Mr James Russell. The piece staged for next week will be "The Silent Witness."

BARRY DOCK.

BARRY.

1■=■"I . SNAP SHOTS. ;