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— ——.— — MS. (TRUNDTS JOTTINGS. The traffic receipts on the Barry Railway, including the Vale of Glamorgan Railway, last week amounted to £14,111, a decrease compared with the corresponding week of last year of £10. Aggregate decrease, £ 21,394. Ht Mr Robert Duncan, of Rhoose Farm, near Barry, has been elected a member of the Royal Agricul- tural Society. The two police constables who gave evidence in the Barry Divorce Case have since been transferred from the district, P.O. Fuller to Ynysybwl, and P.C. South to Abergwynfi. Mr J. Sankey, barrieter-at-Iaw, has been retained to represent the managers of St. Helen's Roman Catholic School, Barry Docks, at the forthcoming public inquiry by the Board of Education. X Mr T. J. Morgan, The Parade, Barry, one of the poor law guardians of the parish, is the president- elect, and Mr George Speke is the hon. secretary- elect, of the Barry Ratepayers' Association for the ensuing year. Mr Sidney Evans and Mr Sam Jenkins, the two revivalists, were expected to commence a mission at Barry last Sunday, but at the different places of worship on that day a telegram was read announc- ing their inability to fulfil the engagement. -i' It is rumoured that the Barry Railway Company have chartered the passenger steamer Greyhound, now plying on the Clyde, to run daily from Barry to Bristol and elsewhere, and that she will arrive in the course of a week or two. ♦ Two new companies, Messrs H. V. Wilkins and Company, Limited, shipbrokers, &c., and Messrs Llewellyn and Bell, Limited, tailors, &c., have this week been formed, in each of which several Barry gentleman are interested. # The Bristol Channel dockowners yesterday decided to form themselves into an association for the purpose of protecting their common interests, and Mr A. Beasly, the general.manager of the Taff Vale Railway Comyany, was unanimously elected the first president.

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