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BARRY FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' COUNCIL, FATHER BYRNE ON.THE COTTAGE HOMES SYSTEM. Mr E. J. Llewellin (president) occupied the chair at the monthly meeting of the Barry and District Friendly Societies' Council held cn Wednesday evening last. Mr Samuel Hopkins was accepted as the delegate of the Social Brotherhood.—Mr J. Arthur Hughes wrote stating that he was sorry the Friendly Societies were not going on with the erection of a Friendly Societies' Hall; it only needed a little energy, he thought, to carry out the project.-A vote of condolence was passed with the widow and relatives of the late Mr Wallace Davies, the late minute secretary of the Council, in their sad bereavement, several members paying a high tribute to Mr Davies' excellent qualities. -Rev J. Byrne, one of the Council's representatives on the Cardiff Union Board of Guardians, made an interesting report. He was, he said, not in sympathy with the Ely School, and had not been slow to manifest his opinions thereon. The children should be put into cottage homes, and sent to the public elementary schools. The children's homes, he was pleased to state, were working satisfactorily the expense was a little more,: but the happiness and well-being of the children amply repaid this.— The rev gentleman was heartily thanked for his report. >

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