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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.

HOCKEY. ---.

NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES.

BARRY WESLEY GUILD.

MISS E. P. HUGHES ON PRISON…

SOCIAL EVILS AND THEIR CURE

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BARRY EDUCATION COM-I MITTEE.

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HELPLESS AS A BABE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

WHO SHALL USE THE BARRY LIBRARY?

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WHO SHALL USE THE BARRY LIBRARY? To the Editor of the BARRY DOCK NEWS." SIR,—It would be interesting to know at what age young people are allowed to use the new Library? I have always been under the impression that the Barry Library, like those all over tbe country, is for the edification of both present and future generations yet, last week, the caretaker refused to admit a young woman of eighteen years of age into the ladies' reading-room. It might be well for the Library Committee to express an opinion in the matter, and not allow the caretaker to have a free hand.-Yours, &o., READER.

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THE SEAMEN'S INSTITUTE, BARRY…

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