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I.THE BRAS'S AND EARTHENWARE…

. THE DISABILITIES OF SEAMEN.

FOR WEAKNESS.

EX-POLICEMAN'S STORY ON OATH.

A. TAYLOR HARBARD.

SALE OF PROPERTY AT BARRY.

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SALE OF PROPERTY AT BARRY. At Culley's Hotel, Barry Docks, on Thursday evening last, Mr J. T. Saunders, auctioneer, Cardiff, offered for sale several lots of valuable leasehold dwelling-houses and shops in Barry, Barry Docks, and Cadoxton. A dwelling-house and premises, with workshop at the rear, No. 31, Porthkerry-road, Barry, com- prising five bedrooms, two sitting rooms, kitchen, scullery, &c., held on a 99 years lease from November, 1884, at the annual ground rent of £4, and let at a rental of lls per week, fetched j6 232103, the property being Bold to Mr Thomas Powell, Bank Villa, Wattstown, near Pontypridd. A commodious leasehold dwelling-house, No. 42, Cross-street, Barry Docks, held for a term of 99 years from May. 1889, at a ground rent of 43 10s a year, and let at 10s per week, was knocked down at A222 10s to Mr T. V. Davies, estate agent, Cadoxton. The solicitor to the vendor in each instance was Mr D. J. Davies, Andrew's Buildings, Queen-street, Cardiff.

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MISS E. P. HUGHES ON PRISON…

SOCIAL EVILS AND THEIR CURE

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BARRY EDUCATION COM-I MITTEE.

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CORRESPONDENCE.

WHO SHALL USE THE BARRY LIBRARY?

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