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CHAPTER XXXIV.

BARRY RAILWAY MECHANICS.

BARRY COALTRIMMERS' WALK.

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BARRY COALTRIMMERS' WALK. Preparations are now complete for the Barry. Coaltrimmers' Walk next Saturday afternoon, and considerable interest is centred therein. The start will be made at three o'clock from Tynewydd-road. Barry Dock, the course being the same as that of the Barry Loco men, but the race will finish at the Castle Hotel, Barry Docks. Councillor J. A. Manaton, J.P., chairman of the District Council, has kindly consented to act as starters Ten valuable prizes are offered, in addition to silver medals to all competitors who will complete the journey within the limit time, 43 miles per hour. 4 The first prize is a silver cup and medal value £ 7 the second and third, silver cups and gold medals value A4 4s and A2 2s respectively. The following is the list of competitors :— Dan Lyons, Joe Melvin, John Parry, J. McDonald, Harry Dance, William Ace, Jim Jones, Jim Powell, Herbert Harris, T. C. Clarke, William Hopkine, Richard Wollf, William Lewis, Charles Bel by, Joe Harford, David John, Harry Davies, George Lloyd, Tom Collier, David James, David Bowen, William Lloyd, Daniel Holland, Robert Logan, William Richards, J. Stowell, Tom Bowler, William Sidford, John Morgan, Richard Norton, Joseph Garland, Albert Jenkins, Albert Gunter, W. J. Thomas, George Payne, David Rowlands, Alfred Blake, W. Wood, W. Dow, W. Thomas, and W. E. Clarke.

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