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BARRY DOCKS. DAVID BEVAN, of 274, Holton-road, still con- tinues to supply all kinds of Fresh Fish daily fresh stock of Greengrocery and Fruit always on hand. All orders in any part of the district will receive D.B.'s prompt attention. Fried Fish Chips every evening at 278, Holton-road, near the corner of Jewel-street. SPIRITUALISM, REGENT HALL, REGENT-STREET. -Services are held every Sunday at 3 and 6.30 p.m. On Sunday evening next, at 6.30, the usual service will be held, when Mr E. S. G. Mayo, of Cardiff, will give a trance address. All are earnestly invited. BARRY FORWARD MOVEMENT (PRESBYTERIAN), MERTHYR-STREET HALL.-Services next Sunday at 7.30 and 11 a.m., and 6.30 p.m. Preacher, Pastor O. Rees. Monday, Preaching Service, 7.30 p.m. Children's Services, Sunday, at 11 a.m., 2.30 and 6.30 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, 6.30 p.m. Open every week evening; hearty welcome. Sankey's hymns. All seats free. SPRING AND SUMMER.—In taking this oppor- tunity 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 suitings. Scotch and West of England tweeds, 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. ANNUAL OUTING OF MESSRS. D. L. EVANS AND COMPANY'S EMPLOYEES.—The annual outing of the employees of Messrs D. L. Evans and Com- pany, the Barry Dock Drapers, took place on Wed- nesday last, and the weather being particularly favourable the outing proved most enjoyable. The company was a numerous one, and ,high tea was partaken of at the Cross Keys Hotel, Llantwit Major, and the afternoon was spent in games, &c., on the beach. The assistants of this enterprising firm are, after their annual picnic, prepared to cope with the great rush of business which will inevitably take place in con- nection with Messrs D. L. Evans and Company's coming sale, commencing next Saturday. GRAND BENEFIT SMOKER AT THE CONSERVATIVE CLUB.-For the benefit of Mr James Shields, a smoking concert will be held on Saturday evening next at the Conservative Club and Institute, Station-street, Barry Docks, for which a most attractive variety programme has been arranged, and will include the following artistes :—Messrs Jimmy Shields, the one-legged comedian and dancer George Woodward, Indian club swinger Arthur Roberts, solo violinist; Harry Dobson, baritone vocalist; Tich Taylor, the sheeny-man James Clode, cornet soloist; Bert Ringwall, the man-bird Tommy Waters, negro comedian Fred Ainsworth, vocalist and solo pianist; Dai Williams, silver toned tenor Jack Dainton, versatile comedian Joe Williams, in his screamingly funny burlesque lecture, Babes and other animals and the Excelsior Trio, in their melodious medleys. Mr O. Horton will take the chair. The tickets, Is, are only available for shareholders and affiliated members.

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