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A BARRY QUOIT THROWER.

OPEN-AIR CONCERT.

Submarine Miners' Encampment.

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STOP-DAY ACTION.

TOWN & DISTRICT

The Barry Indecent Assault.

BARRY RAILWAY COMPANY. -

The Barry Attempted Suicide…

Fruit Sellers' Obstruction.…

BASEBALL. -

Penarth Coaltrimmer Loiterer.…

SNAP SHOTS.

INTERNATIONAL QUOITS. --

20,000 SHILLINGS. --

CORONATION FESTIVITIES

Conference of Labourers' Union.…

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BIGGEST TREE IN THE WORLD

Barryj Tradesmen & the Coronation.

PROMINENT WELSH AMERICAN DEAD.

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PROMINENT WELSH AMERICAN DEAD. A WEALTHY NATIVE OF ST FAQAN'tj. News has just been received of the death in his 90th year, of Mr Wm. Miles, one of the wealthy men of New York. Mr Miles was born at St. Fagan's, near Cardiff, and when sixteen years of age-74 years ago-he went to the States to join an uncle, who was a carrier in New York. He started amassing his wealth in a modest way. He purchased a house which inereased in value, and then he hnno-Kf land which had coal under it Th>fi vf 1 f out; and lie grew rich on the lea8fd coal raised. He „« ,ne»il" w,T the as all Welshman tni* enthusiastic Welshman, "on to kno» h°Ar?0' New David'ti Society was started in New York, an(I young Mile8 was the first secretary. He married the stenirmfV,« r'cousin was the father of ow^tof Sw Mr eDI7 Eadcliffe, ship-

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