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CADOXTON-BARR Y. BELLE VUE BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, and Preparatory School for Boys, Cadoxton- Barry.—Principal, Miss SMALL. The present Term began on Tuesday. April 23rd. Private Lessons given in Music (Piano). Pupils prepared for Examinations. ENGLISH BAPTIST ANNIVERSARY.—The Revs D. T. Phillips, U.S. Consul at Cardiff, and Owen Jones, Salem, Barry Docks, were the special preachers at the anniversary services of Mount Pleasant English Baptist Chapel, Cadoxton, on Sunday last. NAVVY MISSION SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. -The anniversary services in connection with the Navvy Mission Sunday School, Harvey-street, Cadoxton, will be held on Sunday-week next, the 2lst instant, when special sermons will be preached by Mr Hamilton, of Tyla Morris. THE SHOP ASSISTANTS' OUTING.—All shops will be closed on Wednesday, July 17th, on the occasion of the Shop Assistants' Outing- to Minehead, in connection with the Union. lickets (including boat fare, luncheon, and tea) 5s each, and may be had of Mr J. L. Jones, 20, Oban-street, Cadoxton. LAW SUCCESS.—Mr George S Seaton, son of Mr William Seaton, Pontypridd, and brother of Councillor A. Seaton, Cadoxton-Barry, has been successful in passing his final examination of the Incorporated Law Society. He served with the C.I.V.'s in South Africa, and was recently decorated by the King. ANNUAL PICNIC OF THE CADOXTON-BARRY JUNIOR CONSERVATIVE CLUB.—On Wednesday next the annual picnic of the Cadoxton Conservatives will take place at Minehead. Sports will be held after the arrival of the boat, and dinner will be par- taken of at 1.30 at the Duke of Wellington Hotel. The afternoon will be spent in driving into the country, &c. The boat will leave Barry Pier at 10 a.m., and leave Minehead Pier at 8 p.m. Tickets, including rail, boat, and dinner, 5s, may be obtained of the committee or secretary of the club, or at either of the other local Conservative Clubs. SPRING AND SUMMER, 1901.-In taking this opportunity of thanking our numerous patrons for their past patronage, we beg to call their attention to our New Patterns of Royal Navy Blue Serge suitings, which are unequalled for value and durability. A very large selection of all the newest patterns in Scotch and West of England tweed suitings, striped and fancy trouserings to suit all ages, which for style and quality surpass anything previously offered. Fit and first-class workmanship guaranteed.—Address :—LLOYD AND COMPANY, 89 and 93, Main-street. Cadoxton and 72, Holton-road, Barry Docks. WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY.— The Sunday school anniversary in connection with the Cadoxton Wesleyan Church was held on Sunday last, the services taking place at the Theatre Royal. The Rev T. Miller, Cardiff, was the preacher, and the special music rendered by the choir, conducted by Mr J. Lewis, was much appreciated by the large congregations. A children's service was held in the afternoon, at which Mr J. A. Hughes presided; and a public meeting took place at the chapel on Monday evening, when Councillor J. H. Jose occupied the chair, and addresses were delivered by several of the circuit ministers and other gentlemen.

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