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BARRY RATEPAYERS PROTEST.

PURSUIT OF A HARE AT BARRY…

BARRY GOLF CLUB.

REVIEW OF PUBLICATIONS.

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REVIEW OF PUBLICATIONS. "THE NATIONAL WAIFS MAGAZINE." In the June issue of the "National Waifs' Magazine," the organ of the National Waifs' Association—otherwise known as Dr Barnardos Homes—Dr Barnardo has a crowded story to tell of a huge task and of inadequate means to cope With it. Each year," writes Dr Barnardo, the field widens the young recruits from waifdom increase. To-day I have over 5,300 recruits in my rescued army. Every week 60 more are added, and my gates can never be shut. Last year was the greatest year in my annals it saw no fewer ■3,011 freshly and freely admitted to the Homes." A. considerable space in this issue is absorbed by the annual report for 1899, just presented to the Council of the Association. This document 'Contains a wonderful series of statistics, indicating the progress of the Homes and the large develop- ment which they have attained. The Personal ifotes," are, as usual, full of interest to all social reformers. They are admirably illustrated from photographs. Announcement is made of the Founder's Day celebration in connection with the Homes, which is to take place at Stepney- causeway, on Saturday, 7th July, when many Interesting doings will occur. A copy of the magazine will be sent gratis and post free to any address on application to the head-quarters of the Association, 18-26, Stepney-causeway, London, E.

QUOITS: BARRY V. BRIDGEND.

THE GLADSTONE-ROAD LOCAL GOVERN-I…

THE COLLECTION FOR DR. BARNARDO'S…

THE BARRENNESS OF BARRY ISLAND.

LOCAL CRICKET.

BARRY PUBLIC LIBRARIES COMMITTEE.

CRIME ON THE HIGH SEAS.

INDUSTRIAL TROUBLE AT BARRY.

BARRY RAILWAY (STEAM VESSELS)…

WITH DUNDONALD UNDER THE SHADOWS…

WENVOE.

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