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BARRY DOCKS. TABERNACLE CHOIR,—On Whit-Tuesday a party from. Tabernacle Chapel, Barry Docks, conducted by Mr Roger Havard, will compete in the chief choral competition at Machen Eisteddfod. DINAM HALL, MERTHYR STREET, FORWARD MOVEMENT.—Preacher next Sunday, Pastor Rev John Harries. Prayer Meeting1, 10.30 a.m. Sunday School, 2.30 p.m. Services, 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. CAPTAIN AND MRS INGRAM, 5, Vespasian- street, South Shields, wishes to sincerely thank the doctors and nurses for their kindness to their son, Harry, whilst in the Accident Hospital at Barry Docks. SOCIAL AND DANCE.—Under the auspices of the Women's Co-operative Guild, a social and dance will be held on Wednesday next, at St. Mary's Hall, Holton-road, Barry Docks. Dancing from 7 p.m. till midnight. Tickets, Is each. APPOINTMENT FOR A FORMER RESIDENT.—We are pleased to learn that Mr Walter Hosgood, of Port Talbot, formerly of Barry, has just obtained an important appointment, that of locomotive superintendent at Rhodesia, and sailed for South Africa a few days ago. LABOURERS' UNION MEETING. — A special meeting of the Nos. 1 and 2 Branches of the National Amalgamated Labourers' Union of Great Britain and Ireland will be held at the Bassett Arms Hotel, Barry Docks, on Saturday evening next, at seven p.m., for the transaction of important business. NARROW ESCAPE.-On Saturday last a foreigner named Bernard Finnimore, a boatswain, fell from a plank while endeavouring to board a vessel in the dock. When rescued he was in a semi- conscious condition, and was removed to the Town Accident Hospital, where he was attended and detained. SPIRITUALISM.—Mr E. S. G. Mayo, of Cardiff, will be the speaker next Sunday, May 14th, at the Alexandra Hall (ground floor), corner of Newland- street and Woodland-road, Barry Docks. Services -Morning at 11, subject, Spiritualism and the Law of Progress." Evening at 6.30, Modern Miracles." All are cordially invited. RUNAWAY HORSE.—On Wednesday last a horse belonging to Messrs Thomas Bro3., hay and corn merchants, Thompson-street, bolted in Regent- street, Barry Docks, and the cart, striking a tree on the side of the street, tore the guard and tree cut of the ground. The driver, Thomas Elliott, a youth, of 3, Beatrice-road, Cadoxton, was thrown out of the cart, sustaining injuries to his head. Elliott, who was suffering from shock, was attended by Dr W. Lloyd Edwards, and conveyed to his home. BUTTRILLS-ROAD METHODIST FREE CHURCH. -On Sunday last trust sermons were preached at the Methodist Free Church, Buttrills-road, Barry Docks, in the morning by the Rev R. Ashby Howe, pastor, and in the evening by the Rev T. B. Saul, Cardiff. A musical service was held in the afternoon, at which Mr F. W. Poole presided, and an effective address was delivered by the Rev Ben Evans. Solos were rendered by Miss Florrie Winter and Miss Francis Rimron, with a pleasing selection also by Mr Griff Griffiths' Quartette Party. IMPORTANT SALE OF PROPERTY.-On Thursday evening next, the 18th inst., Mr J. T. Saunders, auctioneer, Cardiff, will attend at Culley's Hotel, Barry Docks, at 7.30, and offer for sale three business premises in Thompson-street, Barry Docks, five dwelling-houses in Absrystwyth- crescent, Barry, three dwelling-houses in Travis. street, one dwelling-house in Lombard-street, one dwelling-house in Cross-street, and the business premises known as the Glamorgan Restaurant, Barry Docks. The sale will be an important one, as the property are in good letting districts. The lots will be put up with a genuine intention of selling, and the public may expect probable bar- gains. For further particulars see our advertising cclumns,








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