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BARRY RATEPAYERS PROTEST.

PURSUIT OF A HARE AT BARRY…

BARRY GOLF CLUB.

REVIEW OF PUBLICATIONS.

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.

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BARRY PUBLIC LIBRARIES COMMITTEE. The monthly meeting of the Barry Public Libraries Committee was held on Friday evening last at the Gas and Water Offices, Barry Docks, the members present being Mr D. W. Roberts (chairman), Mr J. Lowdon, J.P., Councillors D. Morgan, S. B. Smith Jones, and J. A. Manaton, Rev W. Williams, Mr J. O. Davies, and Mr W. J. Flowers. The Secretary and Librarian (Mr J. Roch) reported that 3,133 books had been issued during the past month, being a weekly average of 626 fiction represented 80 per cent. Nineteen new borrowers' tickets had been issued, making a total of 3.102.-It was reported that a gift of a number of books had been received from the Carlton Club.—It was reported by the Chairman that the repairs had been carried out by the landlady of Cadoxton Reading Room. and it was decided to continue the tenancy thereof for the present.—The following tenders were accepted for the supply of newspapers and periodicals- Cadoxton, Mr W. Townsend, 5 per cent. off; Holtou-road, Mr W. Williams, 7i per cent. Barry and Barry Island. Mr F. C. Milner, 10 per cent. off. -It was decided to purchase some pictures for the Ladies Reading Room at Holton-road. to

CRIME ON THE HIGH SEAS.

INDUSTRIAL TROUBLE AT BARRY.

BARRY RAILWAY (STEAM VESSELS)…

WITH DUNDONALD UNDER THE SHADOWS…

WENVOE.

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