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CONCERT AT DINAS POWIS.

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SATURDAY'S FIXTURES.

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THE LATE CANON ALLEN.

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NATIONAL UNION OF SHOP ASSISTANTS.

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BARRY DEBATING SOCIETY. The weekly meeting of the above Society was held on Monday evening in the Barry Cafe. There was a very large attendance, Councillor Paterson presiding. The subject for the even- ing was Is the character of Queen Elizabeth worthy of admiration ?" Mr Herbert Hick, solicitor, led in the affirmative, and Mr T. Davies, York Stores, took the negative side. Very Interesting papers were given by both gentlemen. English history bad been well searched and condensed, the case for and against was put very strongly on both sides. Messrs Dr Aaron Davies, Morgan Nicholas, Dr Irving, Davies, Williams, Arthur Jones, and J. Jenkins supported the affirmative, and Messrs Arthur Jones, C. 8. Brook, J. E. Rees, and Dr Kelly the negative. After a speech by Coun- cillor Paterson, and replies from both leaders, a rote was taken, when 15 voted for, and 15 against. The chairman, amid cheers, said he gave his casting vote in favour of Queen Eliza- beth, thus the affirmatives won by a vote- The subject for next Monday's paper is Capital Punishment," by the Rev Christmas J. Lewis, whose name alone is sufficient to guarantee an excellent paper.

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