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CADOXTON BARRY. THE CHILDREN'S HOMES.—The Cardiff Union Board of Guardians on Saturday last accepted the follcwing tenders for supplies to the Children's Homes at Cadoxton and Barry :—Groceries, Mr F. B. Wilkins, Holton-road bread, Mr J. Isaac, Barry-road meat, Mr J. Marshall, Holton-road (for Barry) and Mr J. Meredith, Holton-road (for Cadoxt on). BARRY DOCKS. DANCING.Regent Hall, Select Classes, Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.-M. C.. Mr W. Richards. THE SALVATION ARMY.—On Sunday next, at 11 a.m., special holiness meeting 3 p.m., men's bible class; 6.45 p.m., speaker, Captain Chalker. FRED G. BENNETT, Organist, Bible Christian Church, has Vacancies for Pupils in Piano, Organ, and Violin Playing, Theory and Harmony.-For terms apply 100, Holton-road, Barry Docks. TOBACCONISTS commencing business can have Mixed Parcels of Tobacco and Cigarettes at maker's wholesale prices. Send post card for Price List to F. R. HURFORD, 259 and 122, Holton- road, Barry Docks. BARRY I.L.P. SOCIAL —In connection with the Barry branch of the Independent Labour Party, a sociable evening will be held at the Regent Hall, Barry Docks, on Wednesday next, commencing at 7.30 p.m. Tickets, 6d each. MR W. H. SHINN, Professor of Music, prepares pupils for L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M., and A.L.C.M. diplomas also for the local examinations of the Associated Board Cert. R.A.M., etc. Over 50 successes during the past eighteen months. Address 26, Court-road. FOOTBALL SMOKER. — The Barry Wednesday Football Club will hold a smoking concert at the Alexandra Buildings, Woodland-road, Barry Docks, on Tuesday evening next, the chair to be taken at 8.30. Tickets, 6d each, the proceeds being in aid of the funds of the club. Mr J. Marshall will preside. SPIRITUALISM. — Alexandra Hall, Woodland- road, Barry Docks. On Sunday next, March 11th, Miss Ruth Sage, of Nelson (Lanes.) will deliver trance addresses. Services Morning at 11, evening at 6.30. Also special meeting on Monday evening, at 7.45. Clairvoyance at all meetings. All are cordially invited. THE REV HUGH JONES, D.D., AT CARMEL CHAPEL.—Special preaching services were held at Carmel Welsh Wesleyan Chapel, Pyke-street, Barry Docks, on Sunday last, when the pulpit was occu- pied in the morning, afternoon, and evening by the Rev Hugh Jones, D.D., Bangor, who preached eloquent and powerful discourses to large congre- gations. A collection was made at each service in aid of the building fund. SALVATION ARMY LECTURE, Adjutant Tomlinson (Cardiff), of the Salvation Army, will deliver an interesting lecture at the Bible Christian Chapel, Court road, Barry Docks, on Monday evening next, on the subject of "Some Social Evils and their Cure." A cordial welcome is extended to all to attend. Captain O. Chalker will preside. A collection will be taken. BARRY INDEPENDENT LABOUR PARTY. On Sunday next, March 11th, at 6.30 p.m. at Regent Hall, Barry Docks, Mr T. J. Jones, of Ferndale, and Ruskin College, Oxford, will deliver a lecture, subject, Why Labour must be Independent of the Tory and Liberal Parties." Working men and women are cordially invited to attend. Questions and discussion invited.—On Wednesday, March 14th, at 7.30 p.m., the Party will hold a Social and Dance. Tickets, 6d each. INJURY TO A SEAMAN.—On Thursday last, John Wilson (24), A.B., was admitted into the Town Accident Hospital, Barry Docks, suffering from an injury to the leg. Whilst assisting to remove some pit props on board the s.s. Anglo Canadian, while the vessel was at sea, a heavy plank fell on him, and a large nail pierced his knee, inflicting an ugly wound. On arrival of the ship at Barry, the injured man was conveyed to the hospital, where he was attended by Dr W. Lloyd Edwards. D¿.J Iloain AND FoBBIGN MISSIONS.—Home and foreign mission services were held on Sunday last at the Bible Christian Chapel, Barry Docks, when special sermons were preached by the Rev J. H. Blackwell, the secretary of the conference. A bright and interesting musical service, presided at by Mr T. Hall, was held in the afternoon, when songs, choruses, &c., were rendered, the Choir being conducted by Mr J. Davies. Mr F. Bennett presided at the organ. The Revs J. H. Batt (Connexional Editor), J. H. Blackwell, and J. Sutcon (pastor) delivered addresses at the annnal missionary meeting on Monday evening, Councillor J. E. Levers occupy- ing the chair, Collections were made in aid of the flaissioni";1

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