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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,

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