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DINAS POW1S PARISH COUNCIL.

BASEBALL MATCH AT BARRY.

LIST OF NEW INVENTIONS.

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ASTOUNDING ZAM-BUK CURE.

SHIP'S OFFICER'S SUDDEN DEATH…

BARRY BAND OF HOPE UNION.

--, REVIEW OF PUBLICATIONS.

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REVIEW OF PUBLICATIONS. ADDRESSES ON CHURCH QUESTIONS." During last winter a series of lectures on Church questions-in defence of the principles and pro- perty of the Cnurch—were delivered in connection with the Cadoxton-Barry Church League. A synopsis of these addresses has been compiled by the secretary of the League, the Rev Lemuel J. James, M.A., author of Mother Church and Her Antagonists," "A Defence of Conformity," &c., and published in handbook form. The work opens with an introduction by the President of the League, the Rev J. S. Longdon, M.A., rector of Cadoxton, together with a preface by the Editor, who expresses a hope that this little work may be of service to the Church in Wales by enabling Churchmen to give some account of the faith that is in them on several questions that is now before the public mind, and by clearing away some mis- conceptions which our dissenting brethren have of her, who, after all is said and done, is their Old Mother." The work extends over 64 pages, and in addition to the introduction and editorial preface, an interesting and comprehensive summary is given of twelve addresses, as follows — How is it Parishes are Endowed i by Mr R. A. Sprent; The fight for Religious Liberty in Wales," Rev Lemuel J. James, M. A.; Apostolical Succession," Mr J. A. Lovat-Fraser, L1. M., M.A., barrister-at- law; "The Lord's Day," Mr J. R. Llewellyn, licensed reader, and editor of the Barry Dock News; The Representation of the Laity in the Counsels of the Church," Mr George David, member of the House of Laymen for the Province of Canterbury The Church of England a part of the one Holy Catholic Church of Christ." Mr A. C. Kirk "What, the Church has done for Education in Wales," the Rev J. S. Longdon, M.A. "The Eucharistic Sacrifice," the Rev Canon Beck, M.A., precentor of Llandaff Cathedral, vicar of Roath, and rural dean of Cardiff; Rhwymedigaethau Cenedl y Cymry i'r Eglwys," Rev Lemuel James, M.A. The Education Question," Mr W. S. de Winton. M.A., member of the House of Laymen for the Province of Canterbury; "The Prayer-book a Link with the Past," Mr H. J. Thatoher and Y Diwygiad yn yr Unfed Ganrif ar Bymtheg," Rev W. Thomas, vicar of Porth and Cymmer. The booklets have been well printed in bold clear type, on good paper, in suitable cover, at the Barry Dock News Offices, Barry Docks. Copies, 6d each, post 7d, may be obtained of Mr Louen G. Jones, Henley House, Wilfrid-street, Barry Docks. The first edition, we understand, consists of 1,000 copies, of which already 700 copies have been sold, so that it is obvious that those who desire to secure copies should make early application for the same.

BARRY DISTRICT COUNCIL PARLIAMENTARY…

NERVOUSNESS.

BARRY MEN'S MEETINGS.

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THE KING AND THE HOSPITALS.

CORRESPONDENCE.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF SUBSCRIPTIONS.

THE REVIVALISTS AND BARRY.

VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE.

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