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BARRY POLICE COURT. j

APPLICATION BY MISS JENXER.

BARRY ACCIDENT HOSPITAL COMMITTEE.

SOUTH WALES SANITARY INSPECTORS'…

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BARRY DISTRICT COUNCIL !FINANCE.

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BARRY DISTRICT COUNCIL FINANCE. The Finance Committee cf the Barry Dis-rict Council ht Id their monthly meeting at the Clerk's Office, Barry Docks, on Friday lust, the member- present being Mr E. B. Smitb Jones (chairman). Mr J. L. Da vies, and Mr A. T. White. A large number of accounts were passed for payment at the next meeting of the Council, there being reported to be £1,198 deficit on the gas and water account. It was decided to apply to the Lords of the Treasury for power to borrow £ 150 for the purposes of a public mortuary, jE250 for cloak room, and a further sum for additional :and at the Cemetery. The Collector (Mr T. W. Lewis) reported that he had received the following amounts during the past month :—General distrir-t r:l te, 51.5 abattoir fees, sC 14 15s Sd private improvements, £ 412; licenses, 9.5 13s; general, £474 12s 8d allotments, £1 2-; 6d Gas, £728; watt-r, £ 1,191; services. £ 14 fitting. £ 17 7s deposits, 457 10s. In conm.e ion to the visit of members to London to oppo-e the South Wales Electric Power Distribution Bill, it was stated that bills had passed that day for members' expenses amounting to over £ 54, and others had been passed at previou- meetings.—Mr Davies We will not send thr m to London ugain.—The ^Chairman It seems they are living there. The Chairman intimated thataildepartments with the exception of the Gas and Water Department, contributed towards the cost of printing the minutes.—Mr C. B. Brown stated that this was discussed in the early days, and the Committee decided thac as the minutes were printed for the benefit of the Council that they should pay for ttiem. The Chairman: The Gas and Water Department is a luxury. The Treasuier reported that there was a balance due to the gas and water account of £ 1,013 lIs, and a balance of £ 6,717 14s 7d due from the general account. Bills passed that day for the general account amounted to t Ss4d. and £2,472135 5d on the gas and water account, which would leave a balance due to treasurer of £ 13 571 3s 4d. The Local Government Board wrote asking the Council to receive half-yearly the sum due under the Agricultural Act, which amounted to Iris Gel per annum, and to pass a resolution accepting the same, and to fill up several forms enclosed, a formality which was agreed to. There were thirty applications for the post of caretaker of the overseer's and collectors' office and the following were selected to appear before the Council Mrs Mary Wedge. 52, Station-street Mrs Mary James, 26, Guthrie-street and Mrs Hewiogs, 46, Regent-street, B .rry Docks.

BAD TIMES FOR THE FLORIST.

LIST OF NEW INVENTIONS.

BARRY DOCK TIDE TABLE.

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