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BARRY. MUSICAL.—We are pleased to learn that Mr J. M. Lloyd, of Barry, has passed his intermediate Mus. Bac. examination. BARRY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.—Preacher next Sunday, Rev Christmas J. Lewis, B.A. (pastor), at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Christian Endeavour, 9.30 a.m. Sunday School, 2.30 p.m. BARRY ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.— Services next Sunday at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Sunday School at 2.30 p.m. Preacher, Rev Charles J. Clarke (pastor). Evening Musical Service. Maunder's Oratoria, From Olivet to Calvary." Organist, Mr E. Rendell, L.R.A.M. W. G. EASTABROOK, 5, Broad-street, Barry, Practical Piano, Organ, &c., Tuner and Repairer flate Manager for Messrs Thompson and Shackell). Pianos and Organs supplied on easy terms of payment or at lowest possible prices for cash. Piano tuning, 2s 6d. ENTERTAINMENT AT ST. PAUL'S IRON ROOM.— A grand entertainment will be given at St. Paul's Iron Room, Barry, on Thursday evening next, the 18th instant, commencing at eight o'clock, by Mr Charles G. Easten's popular Cardiff Comic Company, including Professor Charles Oswald (conjuror), Professor F. Haines (ventriloquist), Mr I. Hopkins (elocutionist), Mr I. E. Davies (bass), and other well-known artistes. Tickets-Reserved seats, 2s; front seats, Is 6d second seats, Is admission, 6d. The proceeds will be in aid of the choir funds, &c,, of St. Paul's Church. WESLEYAN CHURCH ANNIVERSARY,—Anniver- sary services were held at Barry Wesleyan Church en Sunday last, and proved a great success. In the morning the Rev R. Bond, Penarth, preached, and in the evening the Rev W. W. Treleaven, Penarth, the sermons being eloquent, inspiring, and im- pressive, and the congregations large. Miss Lottie Wakelin, L.R.C.M., Cardiff, and Mr Harry Miller, Llandaff, rendered solos at the evening service. There was also a good congregation in the after- noon, when an enjoyable musical service was held. The artistes were Miss C. Stark, Cardiff (soprano) Miss Lottie Wakelin, L.R.C.M., Cardiff (contralto); baas, Mr Harry Miller, Llandaff Cathedral and Mr D. Hopkins, Barry (tenor) and, Mr S. F. Deyes, Cardiff (the organist). Mr W. L. Hughes presided. The service was of a bright and inter- esting character and the choir and artistes sang exceedingly well, the following being the pro- gramme :-Chorus, I will call upon the Lord" (Mozart's 12th Mass), Choir solo, Mr D. Hopkins organ solo, Mr S. F. Deyes solo, The Promise of Life (Cowen), Miss C. Stark; chorus, 0 Glad- some Light (Sullivan), Choir solo, The Good Shepherd (Barro), Miss L. Wakelin chorus, In the sweet by and bye (Protberoe), Male Voices solo, Life's Recompense" (Del. Riego), Miss C. Stark; chorus, "Gloria" (Mozart's 12th Mass), Choir solo and quartette, Art thou weary ? (Reid). Misses C. Stark and L. Wakelin, Messrs D. Hopkins and R. Phillips; and chorus, The Heavens are telling" (Haydn's Creation"), Choir. The collections were in aid of the trust funds.

--DINAS POWIS.

BARRY ISLAND.I

PEN MARK.

LECKWITH.

CARDIFF.

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