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MRS, GRUNDY'S JOTTINGS. In the House of Lords last Friday, the Barry Railway Bill was read a third time. ft The Manchester Unity of Oddfellows has a membership of over a million, with a total capital of considerably over eleven millions. At a meeting held last Sunday at Cardiff of the South Wales and Monmouthshire District Council of the National Union of Shop Assistants, Lord Avebury's Early Closing Bill was unanimously voted as being of no value. In our report of the address on "Passive Resistance delivered to the Barry Free Church Council by the Rev. G. Cooper Hawken, Cardiff,last week, the rev. gentleman called upon the Non- conformists of Barry to fight for their liberties as their forefathers did during the reign of the Stewarts. This to the ordinary reader was obviously a misprint. It should, of course, have been during the reign of the Stuarts." ( Speaking at the annual meeting of the National Vigilance Association, held last week in London, the Earl of Aberdeen, who presided, said this was a most truly patriotic movement; it was a religious work, not in the sense of representing any dis- tinctive creed, for it embraced believers of all creeds, and in this sense it was not only undenomi- national, but it was all denominational. The Right Rev the Lord Bishop of Rochester felt that the recent developments of the work had shown the good of having some organization which was ever watchful and ever ready to deal with a great moral interest; those who had experience in work in relation to public life would know what a remarkable thing this Association bad accomplished in the drawing together of the various countries of Europe for the suppression of the white slave traffic. A branch of the N.V.A. exists in the Barry district. it Mr Albert Spicer, ex-M.P. for Monmouth Boroughs, who laid the foundation stone of Windsor-road Congregational Church, Barry, last Wednesday week, was, on the following evening, entertained at a complimentary dinner given by the City of London Liberal Club upon his retire- ment from the chairmanship of the general com- mittee, and the toast of his health was proposed by Lord Rosebery. Writing to the Barry Dock News last Monday, from Newcastle-on-Tyne, Councillor A. T. White, Barry, stated that the weather in the North that day was very cold. „ V Miss E. Price Hughes, of Barry, who has just returned from an educational tour around the world, has seen schools and studied school methods in at least thirty countries of the world. 9ft The delegates representing the South Wales and Monmouthshire District at the Biennial Conference of the United Ancient Order of Druids held at Newcastle-on-Tyne this week are P.D.P. W. T. Nicholls, Barry Island P.A. D. Williams, Barry P.D.P. A. Jacobs, Newport; P.A. W. Poyne, Cardiff and P.S. E. Emery. Bridgend. The Rev M. E. Sprent, a China missionary of more than twenty years, was one of the first Englishmen to travel home from the far East over the new Trans-Siberian Railway. The rev. gentle- man, who will be married next month, is a brother of M> R. A. Sprerift. the manager of the National Provincial Bauk, Barry Docks. I regret to learn that Mr Lewis Meredith, son of Mr Jenkin Meredith, Holton-road, Barry Docks, who recently emigrated, is lying ill from fever at Winnipeg, Canada, but the latest intelligence as to his condition was favourable. The crew of the Barry Lifeboat, the John Wesley," went for their quarterly practice cruise in the channel one afternoon last week. My little boy Tommy is suffering bad from 'skyatticker,' and can't go to school," was the excuse made by a parent for the non-attendance of her son at a meeting of the Barry Education Com- mittee last week. Another mother of one of these fond hopefuls said her child had a wandering mind, and fre- quently forgot to go to school. It is proposed to hold an eisteddfod on Barry Island in support of the local fund in connection with the National Memorial of the late Dr Parry, and the co-operation of several prominent choirs is being invited. It is estimated that the profits of the Barry Railway Company for the outgoing half-year will be sufficient to pay a dividend of 81 per cent. per 2 annum. Alderman J. C. Meggitt, in introducing Mr Albert Spicer, J.P., London, on the occasion of laying the foundation stone of Windsor road English Congregational Church, Barry, last week, said Mr Spicer consented to perform the function on condition that the unnecessary cost of prodding a silver trowel would not be entailed. His Grajo the Archbishop Mar Timotheus, who ordained Father Ignatius to the priesthood, påid a holiday visit to Barry during the past few days. It is not generally known by the public of the Cadoxton end of the Barry district that the last train from Barry (11.30 p.m.) to Cardiff, and the midnight train from Cardiff to Barry, now stop regularly at Cadoxton Station. There will be no alteration in the Barry or Vale of Glamorgan Company's trains for the ensuing month, # It is anticipated that the name of a Labour candidate for South Glamorgan will be announced in a few weeks. 3c Last Wednesday was the two hundredth anniver- sary of the birth of John Wesley, the founder of Wesleyan Methodism. The two men, Moffatt and Graham, who were arrested in London on suspicion of having com- mitted the recent burglary at the shop of Mr H. B. Crouch, jeweller, &c., Cardiff, paid a visit to Barry a day or two before making the haul at Cardiff, and it was as the result of information supplied by the police at the Central Police Station, Barry Docks, that they were suspected and their arrest effected. The traffic receipts of the Barry Railway, including the Vale of Glamorgan Railway, last week amounted to :£11,309, a decrease, compared with the corresponding period of last year, of £ 1.449 aggregate increase, £ 3,917. Sully Island is now being utilised as a breeding- ground for wild birds which frequent the British coasts, as well as for the rearing of a particular breed of white rabbits. Mrs Ogleby Davies, of Stanley House, Tredegarville, has this week sent a donation of j620 towards the £1,300 required for the new Voluntary Hospital at Barry Docks. Lady Eva Wyndham-Quin opened a Welsh National Bazaar in London last Wednesday for the benefit of the Welsh Church of St. Mary, Camber- well.
ARTILLERY CHURCH PARADE AT BARRY. PRESENTATION OF SOUTH AFRICAN MEDALS. The 2nd Glamorgan Royal Garrison Artillery (Volunteers), Cardiff, Penarth, and Barry Com- panies, held a church parade on Sunday morning last, attending divine service at St. Paul's Church, Barry. The weather was of a threatening character, but notwithstanding this drawback there was an exceedingly good muster of both officers and men, this annual parade at Barry being always a popular one. This year special interest attached to the parade, on account of the movement which is on foot to form two additional companies at Barry, and a larger number than usual, rank and file, turned out on the present occasion. The Church was crowded, and the Regimental Band, under the conductorship of Mr W. A. J. Kelly, played Maseagrii's Intermezzo as a processional voluntary, and Viviani's Silver Trumpets" as a recessional. The band also accompanied the organist in the special hymns sung on the occasion. The service was conducted by the Rev D. Weafcherill, rector of Merthyr Dovan; Colonel H. O. Fisher reading the first lesson. The Rector was the preacher, the sermon being particularly appropriate to the occasion. The march from Church to the new Drill Hall at Barry Dock after the service was unfortunately somewhat marred by the rain. Previous to the service an interesting ceremony was performed, Gunners Hull and Palfrey, R. A., of the Lavernock and Barry Island Batteries, being presented by Colonel Hopkins, R.A., the venerable commandant of the Severn and Western Division Forces, with the South African war medals, and in doing so the gallant officer suitably addressed the men, and dwelt upon the readiness and gallantry with which all branches of her late Majesty's services res- ponded to the call of duty when the emergency arose. The muster on the occasion numbered over 200 rank and file, and consisted of 170 members of the Cardiff companies, 60 of the Penarth companies, and 80 of the No. 11 Co. (Barry). The officers on parade were Colonel Hopkins, R.A., Colonel Fisher (the commanding officer of the Regiment), Captain Wilkins, R.A. (adjutant 2nd G.V.A.), Lieut. Fellows (adjutant of the Mi itia and Artillery Volunteers), Captain Brndley, Captain CèadleH. Hoyle (command- ing the No. 11 Co.), and Lient. Carey Thomas. Regimental Sergeant-Major Atkins, R.A., and C.M.S. Cahill (vardiff), Dawe (Penarth), and Meader (Barry). were also in attendance. On arrival at the Drill Hall, where the companies were dismissed, refreshments were supplied to the non- commissioned officers and men at the kind invitation of the officers. The Rev D. Weatherill preached from Ephesians vi.. 12, and pointed out that St. Paul, writing from Rome saw arrayed nst Christianity all the might and power of the Roman Empire. What was it that he feared for his converts? Not the power of the Roman fleet, sweeping the Danube and the Mediterranean not the victorious legions, with their eagle standards guarding the frontiers of the Empire on the hills not the priesthood, nor the senate, nor the law; nor the emperor to whose sword St. Paul himself wyuld fall a victim. We wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against the principalities, the powers, the rulers of the dark- ness of this world, the spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places." It was against these, the spiritual foes, that St. Paul directed them to put on tlie whole armour of God. Against these beings, higher than man, the nine choirs of angels, arranged in order on the earth by their prince Lucifer, the prince of this world. A chain, said the preacher, is as strong as its weakest link. therefore it behoved each one of his hearers to be so efficient, so perfected, that in the hour of danger he would not fail. But was each one doing his duty against that other foe ? Could he stand the sneer, the laugh, the coarse banter, in the workshop, in the street, in the home! Could he say'"No" when others said '• Yes 1 Tlii- required a greater courage than to rush to death in the excitement of the battlefield. Let each one ask himself, "Am I striving, as Christ's faithful soldier, and servant, against the world, the flesh, and the devil ?
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BARRY TEMPERANCE CHOIR. At a meeting of the committee of the Barry Temperance Choir, held on Saturday last, a resolu- tion was passed that for ebo future the Temperance Choir would be prepared to assist all united Temperance meetings held in the district more vigorously than hitherto, and will use every effort to make the musical part of such meetings attractive. The choir intends to proceed to London on July 18th, not to compete, but to take part in the annual Temperance Festival of 5,000 voices held at the Crystal Palace. Persons wishing to join are invited to apply to fchehon. secretary, Mr A. Williams, 111. Holton-road, Barry Docks.
LOCAL CRICKET. DINAS POWIS v. CARDIFF COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS. Played at Dinas Powis Common on Saturday afternoon last under unfavourable climatic con- ditions, which were more suited toagame of football than cricket. The visitors, having won the toss, elected to bat first on a wicket rendered slow by the recent rainfalls. Commencing their innings in a sensational manner, by losing two wickets for seven runs, the Travellers improved their position upon Bouchier and Lock becoming associated, and by forcing tactics the score r01e rapidly. However, after 18 runs had been added, Bouchier was out to a well-judged catch by D. Wakeford at square-leg after compiling a useful 14. Dodds next joined Lock (who should have been stumped twice off Black), and assisted to add 14 runs for the fourth wicket, Black being successful in an appeal for l.b.w. against Dodds bringing about a separation. A. Tarrant was Lock's next partner, but a heavy shower of rain caused a temporary delay, and players had to seek shelter for quarter-of-an-hour. On resumption of play the home-bowlers experienced some difficulty in obtaining foothold on the sodden pitch, and in consequence several loose balls were delivered for a few overs. After contributing 27 runs by free hitting, Lock's innings closed by a brilliant catch by Wakeford at square-leg, the partnership with Farrant producing 20 runs. The remaining three wickets which fell gave little trouble, and the innings was declared closed with eight wickets down, and the score-sheet indicating 75 runs. The homesters had 45 minutes batting, during which time 55 runs were scored for the loss of only two wickets, Vazie Simons and H. Hatch being out, the former shaping well considering it was his first game for some time, and will prove a good asset to the villagers. Percy Vivian and D. Wakeford played out time, and brought the score from 19 to 55 runs. Vivian was in great form, and gave a splendid dis- play of batting on a bowlers' wicket, and made some good strokes in his score of 32 not out. Wakeford, too, maintained his form of Saturday week, and one regretted that time did not allow to finish the match. Wakeford's 14 not out included two fours, which speaks well for his hitting powers. The match, therefore, ended in a draw, greatly in favour ef the villagers. Scores and analysis :— COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS. W. Kitley, c and b Collins 1 A. A. Stewart. c James, b Vivian 0 C. A. Bouchier, c Wakeford, b James 14 T. Lock, c Wakeford, b Vivian 27 J. G. Dodds, l.b.w., b Black. 3 A. Farrant, b Vivian. 15 H. C. Leeson, b Vivian. 5 C. S. Wallace, b Collins 0 D. Thomas, not out 5 Extras 7 Total (for 8 wickets) 75 G. Lowrie and another to bat. Innings declared closed. DINAS POWIS. V. Simons, b Stewart 3 Percy Vivian. not out 32 H. Hatch, b Bouchier 0 D. Wakeford, not out 14 Extras. 6 Total (for 2 wickets) 55 J. Evans, Alex. Black, R. G. Russell, H. Vivian, D. James, LI. Williams. and J. Collins did not bat. BOWLING ANALYSIS—TBAVELLKR'S INNINGS. U. M. H. W. p. Vivian 9,4 0 29 4 J. Collins 9 3 19 2 D. James. 3 0 13 1 I' Alex. Black.. 3 0 7 I DINAS POWIS INNINGS. C. A. Bouchier 7 2 22 1 A. A. Stewart 8 2 20 1 I H. C. Leeson 1 0 7 0
BARRY DOCK v. TONDU. Played at the Buttrills Field, Barry, on Saturday I last, and resulted in a draw. For the homesters, F. Sadler bowled well, taking six wickets for fifteen runs, and performing the hat trick. The following were the scores :— BARRY DOCK. W. Westall, c Hopkins. b Williams 0 F. Sadler, 1. b. w., b Williams 9 J. Quinnell, run out 3 W. Laws, b Williams 19 W. Kingsley, c Keen, b Villis 0 W. Baldwin, l.b.w., b Williams 2 G. Waters, b Williams 0 I. Rees, not out 4 W. Gameson, b Williams 15 Si Jenkins c Matthews, b Williams 13 E. Westall, b Williams 1 Extras. 13 Total. 79 TONDU. G. Richmond, c Sadler, b Jenkins 3 J. H. Keen, c Gameson, b Jenkins. 10 W. J. Davies, b Sadler 12 W. Matthews, c Westall, b Sadler 2 W. Hopkins, b Sadler 2 D. Williams, c Laws, b Sadler. 1 J. Hopkins, b Sadler 2 S. Villis, b Sadler 0 J. Allen, not out 3 t W. Edmunds, not out 3 r Extras § Total (for eight wickets) 44 I-
i ST. MARY'S (BARRY DOCK) v. BARRY BARRY SECONDS. St. Mary's again secured an easy victory on Saturday last, when they defeated Barry Seconds, disposing of them for 34 runs, and scoring 100 for the loss of seven wickets. Scores :— ST. MARY'S. H. Waters, b II. Owen 34 W. T. Llewellyn, c D. Lewis, b Owen 17 A. Thomas,bOwen 2 J. Acheson, b Owen 9 S. J. Bourne, c B. Lewis, b Edwards. 6 S. Thomas, run out 1 W.Richa,rds,runout. 16 C, Davies, c Owen, b T. Jones 5 Extras 10 Total 100 T. Thomas, W. Treharne, and R. W. Hall did not bat, BARRY 2NDS. I A. Lewis, b Llewellyn 2 E. Taylor, b Llewellyn 3 B. Johnson, c S. Thomas, b T. Thomas 10 B. Lewis, b Llewellyn 0 H. Owen, b Llewellyn 7 J. Edwards, not out 1 T. Jones, b Llewellyn 3 C. Jones, c Thomas, b Llewellyn, 5 W. A. Jones, c S. Thomas, b Llewellyn 0 G. Travers, b Llewellyn 0 J. Harries, c Acheson, b Thomas I Extras 3 I Total. 34
BARRY Y.M.C.A. v. DINAS POWIS 2NDS. These teams met on Dinas Powis Common on Saturday afternoon last, on a wet wicket, when the Barryites proved winners by the splendid score of 37 runs. J. Vickery, the Y.M.C.A. captain, who bowled in grand style, performed the hat trick, whilst D. Lewis made an excellent stand at the wickets, knocking up 20 runs not out. The following were the scores :— Dinas Powis 2nds W. G. Trott, c Lougher, b Vickery, 4 L. Rooney, b Vickery, 0 F. Davies, b Vickery, 1 W. James, b Jones, 0 C, Sutton, c and b Vickery, 10 W. Hall, c Jones, b Vickery, 10; W. Sheppard, b Vickery, 3 G. Waters, b Vickery, 0 H. Trott, c W, Vickery, b J. Vickery, 5 T. Miles, b Jones, 1; F, Waters, not oi^fc, 0 extras, 3 total. 37. Barry Y.M.C.A. E. Jones, b Davies, 13; R. Lewis, b James, 2 W. Vickery, c Sutton, b James, 0 E. Waite, b James, 0 J. Vickery, run out, 13 G. Morgan, b James, 5; D. Lewis, not out, 20; D. Lougher, b Sheppard, 5 Bennett, run out, 4 i W. Baker, st. Rooney, b Sutton, 3 F. Thomas, run out, 0 extras, 9 total, 74.
BARRY ISLAND v. CRRISTCHURCH 1 (PENARTH). This match was played at Barry Island on Saturday afternoon last, and ended in a narrow win for the visitors by three runs. G. Grogan batted well for the Island, contributing 21. whilst he took five wickets, and his brother, F. S. Grogan, four. The homesters were without the services of four of their regular players, McLennon, Games, Woods, and Hyres. The scores were Barry Island: R. Rooney, c Speed, b Lodge, 11 A. Dainton, b Lodge, 0 F. S. Grogan, b Lodge, 2 G. Grogan, c Jones, b Griffiths, 21 B. Lewis, b Griffiths, 0 E. Lough, b Griffiths, 2; S. Attwell, not out, 3 H. Forbes, b Lodge, 0 A. Reynolds, b Lodge, 0 A. White, b Lodge, 0 E. Richards, c and b Lodge. 5 extras, 1 total, 45. Cliristchnrcli: W. Speed, c and b G. Grogan, 2 J. Davies, b F, Grogan, 1 R. Lodge, b G. irogan, 11; J. Illingworth, b F. Grogan, 4 R. J. Griffiths, b G. Grogan, 6; F. Cottam, b F. Grogan, 0; B. Vause, b F. Grogan. 13 W. Radcliffe, b G. Grogan, 3 C. W. Jones, b F. Grogan, 0 H. E. Tetlow, c Lewis, b F. Grogan, 4 H. Hughes, not out, 0 extras, 4 total, 48.
BARRY WEDNESDAYS V. WHARTON'S (CARDIFF). Played at Barry Island on Wednesday afternoon last. The Wednesdays winning by one wicket and six runs. Scores: — Whartons: Edwards 0, Pawley 6, Fraser 2, Owen 0, G. Pawley 7, Deverell 22, Spencer 4, Gibbons 2, Blackler 4, Hosking 0, Gameson 1, extras 3, total 51. Barry Wednesdays: H. M. Davies 0, J. R. Thomas 2, S. J. Bourne 3, R. Ankers 3. Simmonds 0, C. M. Percy 10, G. F. Lucas 1, E. Bryant 5, I. Davies 15, J. Davies 1, F. C. Griffin 4, extras 12, total (for 9 wickets) 56. ;dj ST. MARY'S JUNIORS (Barry Dock) v. ST. NICHOLAS (Barry).-This match was played at the Romilly Park, Barry, the Juniors only mustering 10 players. St. Mary's opened badly, A. Thomas being bowled by E. Lewis with the third ball of the over. H. G. Adams followed, and runs came quickly, P. Adams eventually being caught at long field. The catch was a difficult one but G. Morgan made no mistake. The next wicket fell for one run, Howell being bowled by J. Hogg. Richards followed, but was dismissed for two. A stand was then made by H. G. and B. G. Adamp, 19 runs being registered before the partnership was dissolved. T. Howell and W. Mackintosh also played well for St. Mary's. St. Nicholas were left three-quarters- of-an-hour to make 58. Randell and Mordecai faced the bowling of P. Adams and I. Richards. Mordecai was caught and bowled for three, and E. Lewis batted well, being the mainstay of the homesters. The innings terminated five minutes before time. The following are the scores :— St. Mary's P. Adams, c G. Morgan, b D Mordecai, 8 A. Thomas, b E. Lewis, 0 H. G. Adams, run out, 9; F. Howell. b J. Hogg, 1; J. Richards, c Bowen, b J. Hogg, 2 B. G. Adams, c Ayre, b Randell, 10 J. Evans, run out, 1 W. Mackintosh, c J. Hogg. b E. Lewis. 6 T. Howell, b Ayre, 8 N. Richards, not out. 0 extras, 13; total, 58. St. Nicholas Randell, c Adams, b Adams, 4 D. Mordecai, c and b P. Adams, 3 J. Hogg, c Adams, b P. Adams, 4 E. Lewis, b P. Adams, 14 Avre, run out, 2 Martin, c J. Evans, b J. Richards, 0 Bowen, b J. Richards. 1 Powell, b J. Evans, 4 Ewens, not out, 0 Fielding, b J. Evans. 1 Morgan, b J. Evans, 0; extras, 8 total, 41. ST. MARY'S BOWLING ANALYSIS. O. M. R. W. P. Adams 10 2 14 4 J. Richards. 7 0 14 2 1 J.Evans. 43 1 5 3 BARRY V. CANTON. This match should have been played at Barry Island on Saturday last, but the wet state of the weather prevented the same taking place. BARRY WEST END 2NDS V. BARRY BETHESDA 2NDS.—Played at Romiily Park, Barry, on Monday last. Scores :-West End, 121 runs Bethesda, 80 runs.
NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. DINAS POWIS V. NEWPORT THIRDS. — To be played at Newport; train leaves Dinas Powis Station at 1.42 p.m. Dinas Powis team :—J. Collins (captain), Vazie Simons, P. Vivian, H. Hatch, H. Vivian, D. Wakeford, H. Peach, A. Black, D. James, R. G. Russell, and J. Evans. Reserves-F. L. Swan and I. Griffin. BARRY v. TONDU. -To be played at Tondu. Train leaves Barry Station at 2.30 p m. Barry team:—T. J. Morgan (captain), Si. Jenkins, C. Kirby, J. H. Morgan, Rev H. H. Stewart., Eli Kirby, Theo Evans, W. Gameson, Richard Williams, Ivor Reece, and George Travers. Reserves-Herbie Jones, B. Johns n, and Tudor Jones. BARRY 2ND V. AT.PHA 2ND (CARDIFF.)-To be played at Barry wickets to be pitched at three o'clock. Barry 2nd team:—J. Harris (captain), W. Jones, Tudor Jones, David Lewis, B. Johnson, Hervie Jones, E. Taylor, Bert Medcroft, W. English J. Edwards, and Bert Butler. Reserves— Ben Lewis, J. Davies, and Tom Jones. BARRY DOCK 2ND V. WOOD-STREET CONGREGA- TIONAL 2ND.—At the Buttrills wickets pitched at 3 15 p.m. Barry Dock 2nd team :-S. Tresider (captain), J. Power, J. Miles, H. Westall, F. Roberts, T. Buckler, T. White, G. James, T. Jones, W. Buckland, and W. Donovan. BARRY DOCK V. MID-RHONDDA. — At Tony- pandy. Train leaves Barry Dock at 1 30, and Cardiff ^Qu66n-street) at 2.12. Barry Dock team -W. Westall (captain), F. Bartle, F. Sadler, W. Laws, J. Tresider, S. Andrews, D. Williams, W. Kinsley, J. Quinnell, W. Baldwin, and D. F. Jones. Reserves-A. Lewis and W. Buckland. PENARTH HOLY NATIVITY CHURCH V. ST. MARY'S JUNIORS (BARRY DocK).-This match will be played at the Buttrills; wickets pitched at 3 p.m. sharp. Junior's team: P. J. Adams (captain), F. Howell, J. Richards, T. Howell, B. Adams, A. Waters, A. Richards, A. Thomas, W. Mackintosh, J. Marshall, and N. Richards. BARRY Y.M.C.A. V. PENARTH CENTRAL 2NDS.— To be played at Penarth. Train leaves Barry at 2.16 p.m. The following will represent the Y.M.C.A. :-J. Vickery (captain), Evan Jones, R. Lewis, W. Vickery, E. B. Waite. D. Lougher, G. Morgan, F. W. Thomas, T. Thomas, B. Bunford, and F. Bennett. 1
*BARRY Y.M.C.A. FIXTURES. The following are the fixtures of the above club :— June 20.-Penarth Central 2nds Away „ 27.-St. Mary's (Barry). Home July 4.-Barry Island Away „ ll.-Barry Dock 2nds Away 18.-County School (Barry). Away „ 25.-Barry Alpha. Home Aug. 1.—Open 8.-Barry Institute. Home „ 15.—Open 22.-Penarth Central 2nds. Home „ 29.—Barry Dock 2nds Home Sept. 5.-Barry Institute. Away „ 12.—Barry Villa. Home
ATHLETIC CHATTER. Mr Vazey Simons, solicitor, who now lives at Dinas Powis, made his maiden appearance in the Dinas Powis cricket team last Saturday. Fred Sadler, of the Barry Dock C.C.. bowled exceedingly well in the match against Tondu last Saturday, taking six wickets for fifteen runs, and performing the hat trick for the first time in his experience as a trundler. J. Evans bowled well for St. Mary's Juniors on Saturday, taking three wickets for five runs. P. J. Adams and 1. Richards were also successful with the ball, A feature of the match was the splendid catch of G. Morgan at long-field. St. Mary's 2nds (Barry Docks) have now won as many matches as their let XI. viz. five. » Two players shone exceptionally well for them on Saturday last, viz. Tom Howell and W. Mackintosh. These two ought to make good players.
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Births, Carriages, Deaths. DEATHS. ASHFORD.-On the 16th inst., at 61, Dock View- road, Barry Docks, Doris, daughter of Mr Albert William Ashford, dock pilot, aged 10 months. BROOKS. On the 7th instant, at 33, Lee-road, Cadoxton-Barry. Mrs Mary Ann Brooks, wife of Mr Joseph Brooks, labourer, aged 66 years. JAMES.-On the 16th inst., at 40, Merthyr-street, Barry Docks, Mrs Mary James, widow of Mr David James, coaltrimmer, aged 67 years. Funeral leaves house at 11 a.m., arriving at Cardiff Cemetery at I p.m. PHILLIPs.-On the 14th instant, at 31, Commercial- road, Cadoxton-Barry, Mrs Jane Thomas Phillips, wife of Mr William Phillips, dock labourer, aged 29 years. McNAMARA.-On the 14th instant, at 81, Hirwain- street, Barry Docks, Margaret Gwendoline, daughter of Mr John McNamara, dock labourer, aged two years. MORRIS.—On the 6th instant, at River Waycock, Penmark, Mr Edmund Morris, labourer, aged 70 years. NICHOLAS.—On the 16th instant, at 27, Sydenham- street. Barry Docks, Melinda, daughter of Mr Charles Nicholas, coal trimmer, aged three years. OESTREICH.-On the lltn instant, at 6, Hilda- street, Barry, Miss Agnes Oestreich, aged 19 years. TUCKER.—On the 16th instant, at Barry Docks, Mr John James Tucker, coaltrimmer, of; 161, Gladstone-road, aged 61 years.—Funeral will leave 40, Cross-street at 2 p.m. Saturday for Cardiff Cemetery 4.45 p.m.
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