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CA DOXTON-BARRY. MUSICAL SUCCESS. Amongst those who passed the recent local musical examination in connection with the Trinity College, London, West Ham Centre, was Miss Sarah J. Evans, niece of Captain E. 0. Evans, of London, formerly of Main-street, Cadoxton. Miss Evans was examined in the preparatory grade of pianoforte playing, and passed with success. ACCIDENT TO A CYCLIST.—A youth, named Thomas Watson, of 8, Moxon-street, Cadoxton- Barry, was thrown from his bicycle in Vere- street on Monday last. He was picked up un- conscious, and carried into the Wenvoe Arms Hotel. Dr E. Treharne, J.P., was promptly in attendance, and attended to the lad's injuries. He was subsequently carried to his home, where he is progressing favourably towards recovery. THE CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOLS.—Upwards of 1,000 children belonging to the Church Sunday Schools of Cadoxton parish were taken on Whit- Monday afternoon to a field at the Woodlands, kindly lent by Mr F. W. Hybart, and the little ones were partaking of tea on the greensward when the rain began, and there being every indication that the unfavourable weather would continue for the remainder of the day, the children were brought back to Cadoxton, and having been regaled with buns, &c., at the Barry-rood Church Mission Room, they were dispersed, the sports and other amusements having to be abandoned owing to the wet. GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY to Buy New and Up-to- Date Goods at Ruthlessly Cut Down Prices. LLOYD & Co.'s Gigantic Annual Stock-taking Sale is now proceeding, and will continue for 21 days. Piles of Men's Suits from 7/11, Youths' Suits from 4/11, Boys' Suits from 1/6 at fabulous reductions to clear. Overcoats for Men, Youths, and Boys to clear, Bargains in Shirts, Drawers, Hosiery, Gloves, Ties, Collars, Umbrellas, Cardigan Jackets, Hats, and Caps. Grand chance for mothers to fit the boys with Suits and Odd Garments at Bargain Prices. Workmen can buy their Work- day or Best Clothing during Lloyd & Co.'s Sale, at prices which will equal a rise in their wages.— Sale at this address only :-LLOYD & Co., the Popular Outfitters, 72, Holton-road, Barry Docks. MOUNT PLEASANT ANNIVEBSABY.—The Sunday School Anniversary of Mount Pleasant English Baptist Church, Norwich-road, Cadoxton-Barry, took place on Sunday last, the services throughout the day being conducted by Mr John Treharne, of Grangetown, Cardiff. Suitable hymns, etc., were rendered at each service by the Sunday scholars, as well as solos, duetts, and recitations. The collections during the day were in aid of the Sunday School funds. The annual field treat to the scholars took place on Monday in a field adjoining Sohsil Cottage, Penycoetre, when the children enjoyed themselves right heartily, thanks to the energetic efforts of the teachers and friends. Before and after tea, sports and games were indulged in. ANNUAL TBEAT OFCALFARIA SUNDAY SCHOOL. —Owing to the wretched condition of the weather on Whit-Tuesday, the children of Calfaria Sunday School held their annual treat in the chapel. The teachers and others provided tea for the children, after which several games were held, followed by a competitive meeting. Mr J. Lewis, superinten- dent of the Sunday school, presided. Numerous competitions were gone through, as follows :— Tonic solfa test, winners Misses R. Davies and M. j Isaac; imprompta speech, Mr D. H. Davies; best singer of ay hymn, Mrs John; any recita- tion, Miss Amy Davies; song (open) divided between Misses E. Evans, M. Isaac, R. Davies, and Master J. E. Evans. Master T. Spickett gave an excellent rendering of the recitation, The Stowaway," during the evening, the proceedings concluding with the singing of the Welsh National Anthem, the solo being taken by Mr D. J. Martin.