L; UOXTON-BARRY. FORESTEUS WILL WKLCOMH CO UNCII»I.OBWHIT B. -The local Courts of the Ancient Order of Foresters will take part in the demonstration of welcome to Councillor A. T. White, Barry, the new President of the United Ancient Order of Druids, on his return home from NewcastIe-on-Tyne on Saturday afternoon next, and it is hoped there will be a good muster of members at Cadoxton Railway Station about four o'clock. 10 LLANDAFF DIOCESE READERS' ASSOCIATION.— The quarterly meeting 'of the LlandafE Diocese Licensed Readers' Association was held on Saturday afternoon last, at Pentre, Rhondda Valley. After a devotional service at St. David's Parish Church, and a visit to St. Peter's Church, the Rev Canon Roberts, M.A., presided at the Association meeting, when the Rev F. J. Beck, M.A., R.D,, Cardiff, delivered an address on The Idea of Christ's Blood in the New Testament." A paper on "The Lord's Day, or the Modem Observance of the Christian Sabbath," was read by Mr J. R. Llewellyn, editor of the Barry Bock News, Barry, and a discussion thereon followed. JUVENILE SUITS A SPECIALITY. — All the popular styles. This season our success will be complete, For Boys' Suits we have the correct goods at the correct prices, which will be within the reach of all. Inspection invited. Everything smart, everything good, value is our motto. Pretty designs, includiatr the Clyde, the Malvern, the Forest, the Henley, Premier, &o., in fashionable cloths also the Sailor, Norfolk, Reefer, and Rugby for smart school suits, specially made to stand the test of hard wear. This season's stock is the best we have ever shown. -Addresses :-D. LLOYD A Co., Main-street, Cadoxton; and Holton road, Barry Docks.
BARRY DOCKS. SPIRITUALISM.—Glamorgan Rooms, Thompson- street, Barry Docks. On Tuesday next, at 7.45 p.m:, Mr Walter Howell (Birmingham) will lecture on the Philosophy and Phenomena of Spiritual- ism." All earnestly invited. PIANOFORTE, Organ (Pedal), American Organ, Violin, Violoncello, Solo Singing, Theory, and Harmony thoroughly taught by MR W. T. LLEWELLYN, Organist and Choirmaster of St. Mary's Church, Barry Dock. Address-31, Court- road, Barry Dock. Terms moderate. DINAM HALL, M TNRRII VR-STKKKT, BARRY DOCK. -Services next Sunday at 11 a.m., 3 and 6.30 p.m. Preacher, Pastor 0. Rees. Monday, 7.30 p.m. Wednesday, 7.30 p.m. Children's Services, Sunday, 11 a.m., 2,30 and 6.30 p.m. Wednesday, 6 p.m. Thursday, 6 p.m. Hearty welcome. Sankey's hymns. All seats free. ECCLESIASTICAL.—At Bangor Cathedral on Sun- day week last, Mr J. O. Roberts was ordained deacon. He was subsequently licensed to the curacy of Cadoxton-Barry, and the rev. gentleman preached his first sermon since his ordination at St. John's Welsh Church, Barry Docks, last Sunday evening. Next Sunday morning he will read him- self in ac the Parish Church, Cadoxton. "SPOT CASH" IS OUR MOTTO, AND WE PLAY THE GAME—Ready-to-wear Clothing, a splendid selection of Gents. Youths', and Boys' Suits. We want you to kindly examine the sterling value we give we are convinced that, selling for ready- money, we give the best value in South Wales to-day. We can save you a sovereign on a suit if you pay cash, and give you the very finest selection in the county.—D. LLOYD & Co., at Main-street, Cadoxton ann Holton-road, Barry Docks. THE ELEVENTH LETTER OF THE ALPHABET.— This is the title of a neat little illustrated hand- book issued by Messrs L. Molineux and Co., boot manufacturers, of Barry Docks and Penarth, setting forth the special claims of the celebrated "Reboots for ladies and gentlemen, the special makes of which possess a reputation upon which, like the great British Empire, the sun never sets. Copies of the work may be obtained on application at either of the business establishments of the firm named. THE VOLUNTARY HOSPITAL.—Dear Mr Editor, -Allow me very gratefully to acknowledge an unsolicited, unexpected, and very welcome gift of £ 2 5s, the proceeds of a cricket match played on Whit-Monday between the Barry Dock Liberal and Conservative Clubs. With good wishes, Amy Evans, secretary and superintendent. -Contribu- tions received during the past week towards the general fund :—In Barry Island Station box 2s 2^d, Anon Is, Mr J. Robertson 21s, Mr Claudet 10s, the Hon. Mrs Bateman 10s, Rev — Stewart 10s, Captain J. A. Smith 5s, Moxey, Savan and Com- pany 5s, Anon—2s 6d, 3d, Id, Mrs Baird 20s, Mrs Cardale 2s 6d, Mr Butler 2s. SUDDEN DEATH AT AN HOTEL-On Tuesday afternoon last the the death took place in the bar of Culley's Hotel, Barry Docks, of John James Tucker (60), a widower, of 171, Gladstone-road, Barry Docks. Tucker was taken suddenly ill, and Dr Bray was sent for, but the unfortunate man died before his arrival. The body was removed to the mortuary to await a coroner's inquiry which was held by Mr E. Llewellyn Reece, the deputy coroner, on Wednesday afternoon. Evidence of identification was given by Mary Jane Davies, 171, Gladstone-road, Barry Docks, with whom deceased lived. Deceased had been drinking since Whit- Monday, and on Monday evening he drank three parts of a bottle of whisky.—James Thomas Morgan said he met the deceased in Culiey's Hotel on Tuesday afternoon, and deceased partook of some brandy, and being ill he went to the back where be laid on the floor.-William Liscombe, barman at the Hotel, said he saw the deceased lying on the floor at the back, and he sent for & doctor. In the meantime he was carried into the bar and his head bathed, but he died before the arrival of the doctor.—Dr N. J. Northey Bray attributed death to heart failure, caused by alcoholic poisoning.-The jury returned a verdict accordingly.
BARRY. BARRY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. — Services will be held next Sunday at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Sunday School, 2.30 p.m. Preacher, Rev J. Davies, Llantwit Major. BARRY ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.— Services will be held next Sunday in the New Hall in Windsor-road at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m.; Sunday School at 2.30 p.m. Preacher: Rev C. J. Clarke (pastor). COUNTY SCHOOL TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION'.—Mr T. Keen, M.A., Barry, presided at a meeting of the South-east Wales Branch of the Incorporated Association of Assistant Masters' of County Schools, held at Pontypridd on Saturday last. SPECIAL SERVICES AT PENUEL.—At Penuel Welsh Calvinistic Methoiist Chapel, Barry, on Sunday last, the Rev G. H. Havard, B.A., B.D and D. Oliver, both of London, were the preachers at the anniversary services. W. G. EASTABROOK, 5, Broad-street, Barry, Practical Piano, Organ, &c., Tuner and Repairer (late Manager for Messrs Thompson and Shackell). Pianos and Organs supplied on easy terms of payment or at lowest possible prices for cash. Piano tuninsr, 2s 6d. WALKING CONTEST OF THE YOUNG MEN'S INSTITUTE.-The first walking competition in the Barry district, organised by the Barry Young Men's Institute, the course being to St. Fagan's and back, should have taken place on Saturday last, but the event was postponed owing to the heavy state of the roads after the rain. BARRY RIFLE CLUB.—The outdoor range is now being used freely, and offers good amusement and instruction for Saturday afternoons. A competition will take place for a medal on Saturday afternoon next, starting at 2.30. Persons wishing to join should apply to the Secretary. 48, Holton-road, Barry. DEATH OF MR WILLIAM JONES.—The funeral took place on Saturday last, at Merthyr Dovan Cemetery of Wr William Jones. 4, Harbour-road, at the age of 61 years. Deceased was for a number of years engine driver on the Barry Railway. Rev W. Ingli James, Baptist minister, officiated and Messrs James Jones and Company, Barry Docks, were the undertakers. PROMOTION OF A CUSTOMS' OFFICIAL.—We are pleased to learn that Mr A. S. Williams, who has been for several years clerk-in-charge of the Customs Department at Barry Docks, has been promoted to the rank of collector, and will shortly leave Barry to take up his new iutiep at Rochester, i .Mr Williams |s held much respect at Bmj; j I has occupied the position of president of the Barry Literary and Debating Society, and in this and other directions he has taken an active interest in the welfare of the town. LADIRS' AND GENTS' PKRFKCT TAILORING.— Our reputation for special garments is second to none. All goods being made in up-to-date factories with every up-to-date facility, we can cut, make, and trim any style of garment in the latest and best styles. Gentlemen, to whom it is a necessity to dress well. should visit our establish- ments and inspect our magnificent collection of materials. Prices strictly moderate, terms cash on the spot.-D. LLOYD & Co., The People's Clothiers, Holton road, Barry Docks and Main street, Cadoxton. WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY.— The Rev Robert Bond, of Cardiff, was the special preacher at the Sunday School Anniversary Services at Barry Wesleyan Church on Sunday last. In the afternoon. Councillor J. A. Hughes presided at a children's service, and delivered a suitable address, a programme of singing and recitations being rendered by the children in an happy and effective manner. On Wednesday evening a public tea was held, followed by a servies of song, entitled" A Jewelled Diadem," rendered by the Choir, interspersed with recitations. Miss F. Dure was the soprano soloist; Miss Mabel Hosgood. contralto, and Mr G. Waters, elocutionist. Mr H. Wallis occupied the chair, and the attend- ance at both gatherings was very gratifying. t,
COUNCILLOR A., T. WHITS, BARRY. ELECTED PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF DRUIDS EXCELLENT RECORD OF FRIENDLY SOCIETY WORK. At the Biennial Assembly of the United Ancient Order of Druids Friendly Society, held this week at Newcastle-on-Tyne, Past-Arohdruid A. T. White, the D.C.S. of the Monmouthshire and South Wales District, and one of the District Councillors at Barry, was unanimously elected President of the Order for the ensuing two years, a distinction upon which every Druid and every member of the Friendly Society Movement, and the townspeople generally of Barry, will congratulate him most heartily; and in this general expression of con- gratulation we de-sive ourselves sincerely to join. Brother White possesses an active and useful career as Druid, having occupied most of the official positions of the Lodge, District, and Order during the past 20 years and no Druid has more worthily succeeded to the presidency of the Order than has Councillor A T. White. THE NEW PRESIDENT'S CAREER. Bro. A. T. White was born atBrixham, in Devon- shire, in the year 1864, and, when only three weeks old, was taken with his parents to London, where he remained until 1884, having in the meantime been apprenticed to carpentry and joinery. In 1882 he joined the U.A.O.D., being initiated into the rites of the Order at Lodge 681, held at the Greyhound Inn, Balaam-street, Plaistow, Eessex, a branch of the London District on the borders of the great Metropolis. He soon began to take an active part in the affairs of his lodge, for on the second night after joining he was elected assistant secretary, which office he held until 1884, when he removed to Newport (Mon.), where he continued to work at his trade until 1888, then entering the employ as warehouseman of a firm of builders' merchants in that town. By his steady application to duty and reliability, his worth was quickly noted, and in March, two years after, his employers promoted him to the management of their branch business at Barry Docks, which position he held until the early part of 1.801, when he severed his connection with the firm, starting in business for himself. Bro. White, immediately after getting settled down in his new surroundings at Newport, thought there were ample opportunities for introducing Druidism in that town, although the friendly rivals, the I.O.O.F., Manchester Unity, and the A.O.F., were strongly in evidence at that time. How well and earnestly Mr White set to work is shown by the fact that within a few months after his arrival there (although under twenty years of age) he succeeded in establishing Lodge 700, the parent lodge of the Monmouthshire & South Waleg District; and also in 1886, through his untiring efforts in the cause of Druidism, Lodge 718, .which was successfully opened in the same town. Bro. White, by his removal to Barry in 1890, was successful in inaugurating the Victoria Lodge 771 at Barry Dock, which in a short time flourished so rapidly that it became the largest lodge in the M. and S.W. District (holding that position to-day, numbering over 530 members). Mr White was the first A.D. of this lodge, and he was also trea- surer of the same for eight years, which position he relinquished in 1898 through being elected secretary of the lodge, and it is satisfactory to learn that he still holds that responsible office. Bro. White was also the founder of Lodge 864, Barry, and the founders unanimously named it the "A. T. White" Lodge, in honour of and out of respect for their worthy brother, who has always been and is now ever ready to devote his time and attention to the onward march of progress so richly deserved by so noble an Order. The M. and S. W. District was not formed until the year 1888, and Mr White was then elected D.C.S., a position he has held ever since, which justly entitles him to be termed by his familiar brother Druids, the Father of the District," the membership being at the present time about 2,800. Bro. White was also the chief mover in getting together representatives of the various Friendly Societies of the Barry district, and in a short time the Barry District Friendly Societies' Council was established, and he was cordially elected the first president of that Council. The duties appertaining to that office were admirably carried out by him, with every satisfaction to his numerous fellow members. Bro. White is also a member of the. Barry District Council, being elected in 1889, to represent the electors of the West Ward. He was returned at the head of the poll, and con- sidering that he was defeated in 1897 when con- testing for a seat in the same ward, it plainly indicates that Mr White has plenty of the right-grit and determination necessary to over- come any difficulty or obstacle with which he may be confronted. As was said of him in 1899-" To have succeeded out of four candidates in the most high-class residential ward of the town is an achievement which Mr A, T. White may well feel proud of. In Mr White the Barry District Council will secure an intelligent, honest, and straight- forward member, and the town a representative 0 whom every confidence may be reposed," Al-
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BARRY DOCK TIDE TABLE The following is the Tide Table for Barry Dock for the week commencing to-morrow (Saturday):— Day Mor Aft h. m. ft. in. h. m. ft in. Saturday, 20. 1.28 28. 2 2. 5 28. 1 Sunday, 21 2.41 29. 8 3.16 30. 1 Monday, 22 3.48 31.11 4.18 32. 5 Tuesday, 23 4.48 34. 4 5.17 34. 9 Wednesday, 24 5.45 36. 5 6.12 36. 9 Thursday, 25 6.38 38. 1 7. 5 38. 3 Friday, 26 7.31 39. 3 7.57 39. 3
WEDDING, KEEPER, & ENGAGEMENT RINGS. FINEST SELECTION AND BEST VALUE AT H. B. CROUCH'S, 16, St. MARY-STREET, 48, QUEEN STREET, AND 9, High-street Arcade, Cardiff No Free Presents fbut guaranteed Best Value in the Kingdom. LETTERS OF SATISFACTION. LETTERS OF SATISFACTION. 36, WOODLAND ROAD, BARRY DOCK, February 5th, 1903. • > To Mr W. E. Rees.—Dear Sir,—It gives me much pleasure to bear my testimony to the great benefit which my wife and two children derived from the Spectacles you supplied them. They fit easily, and the eyes do not get tired as they formerly did. I can heartily recommend you to any who require opticial aid, as one who possesses both the knowledge and the skill tofgive entire satisfaction. Signed, (REV.) BEN EVANS. ,g KELVIN HOUSE, KINGSLAND CRESCENT, CICII | BARRY DOCK, January 9th, 1903. WllBII I Dear Sir,—I feel it my duty to inform you of the ease, comfort, and TCCTCII perfect vision which I enjoy in wearing the Spectacles you supplied me | | C|f with. I had undoubtedly injured my sight by wearing unsuitable glasses however, the pair you made for me are perfect. The SKILFUL and PAINS- EBEE AC TAKING manner in which you tested my sight, and the pleasure I now i"HE £ III" enjoy in wearing the Spectacles, make me feel constrained to recommend all suffering from defective sight, whom I meet with, to consult you 0*UJIDf*E without delay.—Yours very sincerely, (REV.) T. PANDY JOHN. WBIOBIIuCB CASH SUPPLY STORES, 236, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCK. Mr W. E. Rees,-Dear Sir,-It is my pleasure to inform you the glasses you supplied me with are giving entire satisfaction. Your charges also were most reasonable. I have recommended you to many of my friends, and shall continue to do so.-Very truly yours, S. R. JONES. WT7 DDDO CASH CHEMIST AND CERTIFICATED ■ ACiCiDj OPHTHALMIC OPTICIAN, Member of the Pharmaceutical Society, Certificated Dispenser of the Society of Apothecaries, by Exam. 1 238, HOLTON ROAD (Corner of Morel St.), BARRY DOCKS. GLASS EYES SUPPLIED. k BARRY EDUCATION COMMITTEE. TO ARCHITECTS. APPLICATIONS are invited for the APPOINT- MENT OF ARCHITECT to the Committee. The duties of the Architect appointed will be to advise the Committee on all matters relating to Buildings, to prepare the necessary Plans, Specifi- cations, and Bills of Quantities of any new Schools or Buildings, or of any Alterations or Additions to existing Schools or Buildings, and to perform the usual Architect's supervision. The remuneration will be a Salary of £20 per annum, and 5 per cent. Commission on the amount of new work done. Canvassing will be regarded as a disqualification Applications, endorsed Architect," stating age, qualifications, and experience, to be sent to the undersigned not later than the 30th June, 1903. T. B. TORDOFF, Clerk. 158, Holton-road, Barry. BARRY URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL TO CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are invited for the carrying out of IMPROVEMENT WORKS in part of COLCOT-ROAD. Plans, Sections, and Specifications may be seen, and Forms of Tender obtained, at the Surveyor's Office, 160, Holton-road, Barry. Sealed Tenders, endorsed Colcot-road Improve- ment," to be sent to me on or before 12 o'clock noon Tuesday, the 30th June, 1903. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. T. B. TORDOFF, Clerk. Council Offices, Barry. BARRY URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. TO BUILDERS, PLUMBERS, & OTHERS. ADDITIONAL LAVATORY ACCOMMO- DATION, BARRY ISLAND. TENDERS are invited for the carrying out of the above-mentioned work. Plans and Specifications may be seen, and Forms of Tender obtained, at the Surveyor's Office, 160, Holton-road, Barry. Sealed Tenders, endorsed Addition to Lava- tories, to be sent to me on or before Wednesday, the 1st July, 1903. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. T. B. TORDOFF, Clerk. Couneil Offices, Barry. ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE FREE OF ARMS, LEGS, HANDS, EYES, LEG IRONS, SPINE SUPPORTS, TRUSSES, LADIES' BELTS, ELASTIC STOCKINGS, CRUTCHES, INFANTS' RUBBER TRUSSES, AND UMBILICAL BELTS, &c. y MAKER AND REPAIRER ALLEN PEARCE, 7, CHARLES ST., CARDIFF. 35 and 36, Broadmead Arcade, Bristol. Small Prepaid Advertisements. Word.. Once 20 Words 0 9 1 3 2 0 30 Words .10 19 2 6 40 Words 1 6 2 9 3 6 Each extra 10 word 0 4 0 8 10 GENERAL ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 to 4 insertions Is 6d per inch per insertion 4 to 6 Is 3d 6 to 13 „ Is „ 28 lOd 52 6d „ LEGAL AND FINANCIAL ADVERTISEMENTS Parliamentary Election Addresses 6s per inch per insertion Prospectuses of Public Companies, Addresses to District Council and Parish Council Electors, and Notices in connection with the same, &c. 4s perinch 'Sowts, tit., CQra 1J;d GOOD STALLED STABLE TO LET. CLOSE to Barry Dock Station, with Good Loft and Yard.-A. RICHARDS, Contractor, Barry. JftasicstL t MR GEORGE STEPHENS, Organist, Wenvoe Parish Church, gives MUSIC LESSONS as follows :—Piano, Organ (Pedal), Violin, Viola, Singing, Theory, and Harmony. Terms moderate. -Address Drysiog Cottage, Cadoxton-Barry. MR. G. H. WOODFIELD, TEACHER OF MUSIC (Organist of the Wesleyan Church, Barry Docks), has a limited number of vacanies for Pupils on Pianoforte and Organ. Pupils carefully pre- pared for Examination. For. Terms, &c., apply IVY COTTAGE, Castleland-street, Barry Docks. giitttftiflttjs laxaitt. WANTED a PERSON to TEACH BOOK- KEEPING. Lady Preferred. — Apply j "X. Barry Booh News, Barry. BARRY DOCK EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 123,. HOLTON-ROAD. Servants Wanted. Good Generals, Cooks, Hotel Servants, Barmaids, &e. WANTED, a strong willing GIRL, with" reference.—67, Kingsland-crescent. Barry Docks. WANTED GOOD COOK GENERAL.—Apply J@NES, Bristol House, Cadoxton-Barry. Apartments tir 1££1. COMFORTABLE FURNISHED SITTING- C ROOM and BEDROOM for Gentleman, 5s weekly or Two Bedrooms for Two Friends shar- ing Sitting-room, 8s weekly. Hot and cold bath no children.-28, Jewel-street, Barry Docks. BARRY.— Front Apartments, pleasantly situated. Suit Gentlemen Friends. Charges moderate. Three minutes from Station.—"A. Barry Bock News, Barry. Jxrr gal*. FOR SALE a good substantial well-built HOUSE, in good position, in Barry Dock — For particulars apply 94, Kingsland-crescent. Barry Docks. AFRESH SUPPY of BEAN STICKS arrived.— GEORGE P. LUEN, 11 Tip, Barry Docks. | T ADY'S BICYCLE FOR SALE, with Acces JLJ sories complete. £ 4, a bargain.—Apply J. Barry Bock, News, Barry. mdlanrnts. BARRY QUOIT CLUB PRIZE DRAWING.— Winning Numbers — 1st, 1,235 2nd, 1,207 3rd, 1,005 4th, 908 6th, 980 6th, 1048 7th. 1091 8th, 1,125 9th, 1102 10th, 1,228. ■ ■ — T ] MR J. W. LENNOX, 219, Holton-road, Barrv i Dock, has a few VACANCIES for PUPILS- in PITMAN'S SHORTHAND. Pupils carefully prepared for Certificates. Moderate terms. WANTED, a HAND LAUNDRY BUSINESS, -i Send particulars to 30, Barry i>oclt New* 1 Barry Docks. j OIL PAINTING CLASSES are held by Mi$s- HAMMOND, 14, Romilly.road, Barry. Terms on application. MRS. ANDREWS, WARDROBE DEALER I Highest Prices given for LADIES' and» GENTS' LEFT-OFF CLOTHING. All orders promptly attended to in Town or Country.-19, Windsor-road, Barry. MOWERS, REAPERS, BINDERS, Horse Rakes, Haymakers, Hay Elevators, Churns Cheese Presses, Cheese Vats, Butter Tubs, and Dairy Utensils of all kinds; Horse Hoes, Ploughs, Harrows Cultivators, Hay Forks, and Rakes. Wagon Ropes, Binder Twine, Rick Sheets, Rick Sheets of best quality, all sizes. Lawn Mowers Garden Rollers, Garden Seats, Patent Automatic Garden Swings Gas, Steam, and Oil Engines by leading makers. State requirements, catalogues free.—JOHN HIBBERT AND SONS, Castle-street, Cardiff. '-j FOR YOUR POULTRY FOOD go to W. H. BURROUGH, Newport House, Thompson- street. Chick Food in 3d packets; also loose 21bs. for 2Jd. Agent for Caperns and Hyde's Bird Seed. PIGEON FANCIERS.—Old Tic Beans, Maple Peas, Tares, Tissue Maize, Buckwheat Dam* Mixed Pigeon Food, etc., etc. Spratt's, OapSSl and Hyde s Specialities for Song Birds and Poultry. -.J. E. LEVERS AND SON, Hay, Corn, and Seed Merchants, Court-road, Cadoxton-Barry. MRS MEDLIN, 26, Holton-road, Barry Docks will buy all kinds of CAST OFF CLOTH- ING. Furniture Bought or Exchanged. MRS. REED, ACCOUCHEUSE (Q.C. Hos.) and fully qualified NURSE (14 years' Hospital and General Nursing experience). All classes attended. Fees reasonable.-215. Holton-road Barry Docks. MRS. COX, WEEKLY and MONTHLY NURSE. Moderate terms.—41, Castlelaud- street, Barry Docks. MR. JOHN SUMMERS, 53, Dock View-road, Barry Docks, TEACHES MUSIC and PITMAN'S SHORTHAND. Pupils prepared for Certificates. Moderate Terms. 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though he was defeated by a small number of votes on offering himself for re-election in 1902, he was again returned to the District Council this year by a considerably increased majority over that of 1899, and having been elected to several standing committees of the Council, he has been unanimously chosen chairman of the Hospital Committee, a position which he is particularly well qualified to fill. The lodges comprising the Monmouthshire and South Wales District in 1900 came to the conclusion that Bro. White's services and hard work for Druidism in the district should be properly ac- knowledged and appreciated, with the result that a committee was formed, and in a very short time were able to announce real progress, and on July 18th, 1900, a presentation took place in the lodge room of 771, when a massive marble clock, with bronze ornaments to match, were presented to Bro. White, and a silver tea and coffee service to Mrs White. The worthy and esteemed P.B.P. Henry Hodge, with his well-known ability,' was entrusted to hand over the gifts to Bro. White and his good wife, and the event will be remem- bered for a long time by the many brethren and friends present on the occasion, by the enthusiasm shown, and especially the capable and most eloquent address by P.B.P. Henry Hodge in his masterly eulogium of the good work done by Bro. White, and the success he so highly deserves. Every Druid of the Monmouthshire and South Wales District is highly pleased, and feels greatly honoured by Bro. White's election at the Newcastle- on-Tyne Biennial Meeting (held this week) to the Presidency of the Order, and they feel assured that he will merit the admiration and support of his colleagues on the Board, and also every brother Druid throughout the Order, by his close attention to duty on every occasion for the better welfare and advancement of the U.A.O.D. His remarkable services to the Order, being Director of the Order for four years and Vice-president for two years, and the success with which they have been crowned, have justified Bro, White's elevation to the high position of President, and we are voicing the best wishes of the brotherhood and friendly societies in general in expressing the sincere hope that he may enjoy good health in the discharge of his many onerous duties, and that they may continue to be marked with a large degree of fruitfulness to the eminent advantage of the U.A.O.D., which comprises nearly 800 lodges and about 100,000 members. THE WELCOME HOME. Amongst the Friendly Societies the members of which will form a demonstration at Cadoxton Railway Station on Saturday afternoon next to welcome home President White, are those of the local lodges of Druids, Rechabites, Foresters, Oddfellows (M.U.), R.A.O.B., Free Gardeners, Oddfellows (G.U.), Hibernians, Rational Sick and Burial, National Deposit, Cardiff and County, and Operative Bricklayers. After the arrival of the 4.42 train from Cardiff, the processisn will proceed to Barry, via Main-street, Barry-road, Hannah- street, Court-road, Holton-road, Broad-street, Trinity-street, High-street, York-place, and Windsor-road. A collection in aid of the funds of the Nursing Association will be made en route. At the Romilly Hall a reception will be held, and addresses delivered followed by a cold spread and musical evening at the Victoria Hotel Assembly- room, Barry Docks. DINAS POWIS. FUNERAL OF MRS REES LEWIS.-There was a large attendance at the interment of Mrs Elizabeth Lewis, of Cross Farm, bt. Andrew's, which took place at St. Andrew's Major Churchyard on Saturday afternoon last. On the coffin were placed a number of beautiful wreaths, including one from General tee. The Rev D. Harris Williams, curate, officiated. Messrs James Jones and Company, Barry Docks, carried out the funeral arrangements in a satisfactory manner.