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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.

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