ROUND THE TOWN. Mr. Ware, in senttncing a couple of lads for stealing knives at Penarth on Monday, said if they did aot alter they would come to the gallows. Mr. Belcher was in form last Monday at Penarth. He asked a witness. who said she knew that de- fendant had committed a ec-.ain oSftnce because she identified her by her voice, whether her voice was a rich harmonious warble, a harsh dis- cordant roar. A little later he asked the Bench to take the evidence of the prosecutor with a very considerable grain of salt. What size that giain The Barry Orchestral Society is to be established. Mr. H. L. Rogers, solicitor, is to be the secretary, in the room of Mr. G. F. Willet resigned. Rev. E. Morris, rector of Cadoxton. and Mrs. Morris returned to the township from a vist to Paris on Friday last. Lloyds Banking Co. have been appointed bankers to the Cadcxtoa promoter" of the new colliories at Coedcae. The books of the Barry Branch of the Star- Bo-.vkett Society were audited on Monday b. •■- by Mr. G. F. Willett. Local Board Omces. and Mr. A. E. Willey. Nat'onai Provincial Bank or Wales. Cadox COT1. High-street. Barry, i- a bad place to train horses at. especial!v when tiiero are plate-glass windows about. The antics of a local butcher's "cob nearly landed the owner 1:1 tor a substantial sum last Monday. The whisktrs of Inspector King. Penarth. are the handsomest in the force. The i'. ihlr,contains a four-column description of Lord Yi indsor's new mansion at TIewell Grange. which was begun in 1334, and which is rapidly approaching completion. Excel- lent illustrations are added, including a good portrait of his lordship. Mr. Richard Evans, general manager of the Barry IHihvuy Company, is to be a purchaser of one of the large villas now in course ot erection at Porthkerry-road. Barry, by Mr. Heed. Major Jones made a curious slip when ho was down at Barrv. lie spoke oi our talented; foiiovr- countryman. Mr. H. A. Jones. The oiiiy thing Welsh about this successful dramatist is his name. He know.; of no Welsh descent, and is a native ot Buckinghamshire. Henry Irving also has a V* elsh name—Henry Brodrib—but whether lie is a Y\ eh-nnian >vmains yet to be cleared up. Are we to see the apotheosis of the Kelt.' The la«t to declare his Welsh origin is no less a per- sonage than Lord SalVoury. Cecil is the English form of the old family name Syssyllt. The transition from Syssyllt to Essyllt is very natural. That gives ns the native place of our irreat Welsh bard, Bewi Wyn o Essyllt, whose loss we mourned about a year ago. Same of Dewi Wyn s relatives are resident ID our d->tiict. A niece of his is Mrs. Jeffreys. of the Uuioniats Club. Kolton. There seems to be a lull in the letting ot con- tractsforprivateiinprovementsat Barry. The fact 0" the mat-or is that our Local Board is temporarily "hard UP." A-* scon as they can I hope they will improve a p^rc of Thompson-street. hat is to prevent their iinishing it from Holton-road end to G-ueret-screet. Now. Mr. Surveyor, that would mike a nice little batch—Wood-street. Gueret- street. and part of Thcmpson-street. As it is. Ilolton is cut off from the outer world, as people can't very well get to the station along Thompson-street. It is in a terrible condition. I see the Barry Company is putting down a proper kerbed footpath from Barry Dock Station to the road hear the Hotel. I hope there will be some show of impartiality, and that a little gravel be thrown on those primitive steps which muddily lead to Station-street. Sir William Thomas Lewis once id that it- cost •C5 a minute to get the Barry Bill through Parlia- ment. People are wondering what the terra carta urns in front of the new Hoiton Schools are for. There are seven of them. Someone suggested that they may be destined to contain the cremated remains of the Schoai Board members. Rev. I>r. Jttorgan, Llanelly. is a native of Llan- eunvg. on the Newport-road. Cardiff. Hence his usual bardic name—Lleuvwg. On the 2nd of December the Welsh Congrega- tionaiists of Hoiton intend holding a concert at Barry. Miss Kate Morgan and most of the Swan- sea eisteddfod prize winners, including Miss Ceinweii Jones, are expected. Ever since the Pulio Library meeting Mr. W. Saunders has not been much in evidence. Now. however, our good friend comes forth as a betting man. It seems that some unkind people have been saying that his manager at the shoeing smithy on the Moors is not a first-class man. Mr. Saunders knows he is. and is willing to back his opinion to the tune of RIO. that he can beat all- comers in shoeing horses. Forty years ago Cardiff had a population some- where about our present number in the Barry Dock district. Full particulars the opening services of the English Caivinistic Methodists of Cadoxton. will be found on the large yellow posters. They com- mence on the 25th inst. At Croesyparc Chapel special preaching meetings were held on Tuesday evening last, and all day Wednesday. This does not look as if the Chapel is about being closed, as a local contemporary stated. Croesyparc is one of the oldest Bapti^ .Churches in the Principality—I think third oldest in Glamor- ganshire. From it have sprung most of the sur- rounding chapels—even Tabernacle, Cardiff. On the edge of Cadoxton Common is a pound. If all the animals that are to be seen straying about our public streets were only impounded, it would have to be enlarged to the dimensions of the Cadoxton market. Sheep in droves, goats, and. strange to say. an abundance of donkeys seem to ramble and roam quite oblivous of police and pounds. The Home Reading Union has added a short list of Welsh books whijh may be read by the various circles. They are Islwyn," Llyfr Tri Aderyn." H Tro yn yr Eidal." Cymru Fu," Oriau'r J £ ore," and "Goronwy Owain." It is intended to form a reading class here in connection with our local Cymmrodorion. Last week we stated that a hansom cab met the trains at Cadoxton station. Mr. Hoddinott's good example has been followed by Mr. Davies. the Barry Hotel, whose well-appointed hansom might be seen outside Barry station at the arrival of any train. Three extra Barry Dock policemen are to be appointed, thus bringing the number up to nine the men work in watches of eight hours each, there will be consequently three always on duty. Canon Allen, M.A., Porthkerry, was unable to preach at Barry Parish Church last Sunday owing to ill health. The Barry representative of the Wrxtmi, )[tiU made a complete hash of the sad drowning case at Barry Dock. The two men who were saved were recorded as having been drowned, while the two unfortunate fellows who lost their lives were announced as having been rescued. Barry shipments were very low last week, the total only reaching 48,992 tons 2 cwt. There is accommodation for the shipment of 100.000 tons weekly. The Barry Local Board must hurry up with that temporary mortuary. The body of the poor fellow who committed suicide at Barry Dock on Monday had to be placed in a stable at the Barry Dock Hotel pending the inquest, which did not take place until Wednesday afternoon. Movements in the marriage market at Barry is about undergoing an upward tendency. At the meeting of the Barry Burial Board on Tuesday it was stated that Mr. Charles Morgan. Castle Farm, one of-the members, had not attended for upwards of two years. Mr. Morgan sees. apparently, no attraction in public affairs since he was defeated at the Local Board election a couple of years ago. The popular ballad. Maid of Athens/' was given the name oi Mr. Etuiyn 5 vans as the com- poser in the Cadoxton Welsh Church concert pro- gramme on Wednesday. Needles to say. this was an error. Neither of the bodies of the three unfortunate victims of the lamentable drowning incident at Barry have been recovered, although the two punts have. A concert in aid of the wives will be held at Holton on Thursday next. The popular Judge of Miskin met with an acci- dent that nearly ended fatally whilst out hunting the other day. His horse, in trying to leap over a brosk, stumbled, and fell backwards into the water, with the Judge undermost. His Honour, however, luckily escaped bodily injury, bui^ failed to extricate himself. Between the Judge and the horse the river was dammed, and the water rose rapidly, so that the Judge was already •• gar«-lino- when his friends arrived on the scene and" saved him. On Saturday evening last another of the Cardiff pops was given at the Park Hall. There was a large attendance. Mr. Jacob Davies at the outset announced that Miss Kats Morgan. Dowlais. was unable to be present, and tiiat Miss Annie Davies had kindly promised to act a-* a substitute, which she did in a praisevorthy ma&Jier. He also men- tioned that several members of his choir was laid up with influenza. The Glee Society rendered some very interesting glees, and were greatly appreciated by the audience. The chief attraction was Miss Nellie Asher, to whom Dr. Turpin pro- phesied a brilliant future when she came off successful in the soprano solo at the Bridgend Eisteddfod. I am pleased to state that Miss Asher the recipient oi a handsome present, presented, I on br-half of the Cardiff Choral Lmon. by Madame Clara S. Davits, on her leaving for London. Her songs were loudly applauded, and was obliged to give an encore each time she appeared. Messrs. R. W. Evans and A. H. Perkins acquitted themselves in a very creditable manner. Messrs, Arthur and Percy Anglo s selection 011 the violin and cello were well received. Madame L Clara -Tovello Davies accompanied the singers with her usual taste. Next Satin day the chief artiste will be Signor Foli, and I feel quite confident that a rich treat is in store again. I should not omit to state that Messrs. Thompson and Shackell supplied the grand Briiismcad pianoforte.
BARRY. SALE OF SHOP FITTINGS.—In connection with the bankruptcy of Mr. J. H. Guest, draper, High-street, Mr.. on behalf of Messrs. Clarke and Dovey, sold by public auction the very valuable shop fittings, Occ.. oil Friday last. The lot was knocked down to Mr. Quick for £ 40. The were estimated to have lost between £ 120 and £ 150. PusjT-OFFICE NOTICE.—A pillar lettor-b-.x h.s been "reefed in Princess-street, Barry, and it will be cleared eight times daily on week-days, and at 5 a.m. and 6.10 p.m. on Sundays. A wall letter-box has also been erected in Moors-road. Cadoxton, and collections will be made daily at 9.50 a.m.,3.50 p.m., and 5.55 p.m., and at 5.30 p.m. on Sunda" Complimentary CONCERT.—On Wednesday, at the Public-hall. Barry, a complimentary concert was given by Miss Maggie Griffiths, a promising pianist, who is about to enter tbe list of candidates for the Trinity College examination,London. QL'OIT CLL-B.—At a meeting of the committee of the Ba'ry Quoit Club on the 16- a i :st. t". e questi-m of subscribing towards a cup and establishing a South Wales nu i Mornmuthshirc Qu>it Union, which has been suggested by the Pontypridd Quoit Club, wai discussel, and the committee were unanimous in favour o: tiiis, and agree I -oo give the matter every it was also <!eoidrd that a concert in aid of the BarQn-.ic Club Le ht-hi "t Barry.on or about December 9 next. TENN S CI.UB DANCES—Tr was decided, at a joint meeting ot the members of the Barry Tennis Club, held on Saturday last, to hold a series of subscription danc es during the winter. 1. ne suhscnptwn wlll ho 10s. 6d. for gentlemen, or 25s. for the scries: and 6, 3d. for h!1¡e; or 15s. for tile series. i he dtneing com- mittee consists of Mesdaines D. S. Jones, R. Robin- son. and J. C. Pardoe; and Mess-s. W. Lloyd- Ivl-.v-i; is. J. A. Hughes. D. S. Jmivs, and F. P. L'oyd-Juiics. The first dance will be hold in i:.e secon I week in December. Mr. L\ P. Joues-L'.oyd is the secretary. An* INTERESTING MASRIAGE took place at Barry Congregational Church on Tuesday morningf last. The chapel was recently licensed for the solemnization of marriages, the first wedding within its walls taking place on Tuesday. The pastor, the Rev. J. H. Stoweli, M.A., officiated nt the ceremony, which was performed between Mr. Wiiiiam James Baidwyn and ML-j Ellen Evans, both of Barry. Mr. H. L. Jones. registrar, was present, as was Councillor Meggitt, the secretary of the church, and a number of members and friends. After the nuptial knot had been tied. Mr. Stoweli. nn behalf of the Church, presented the happy co -pie with a ycry handsume Bihle. ill commemora- tion of the first marriage solemnised at the church. Mr. and Mrs. Baldwyn were the recipients of much congratulation. The PAKIS'-t Chi'RCU.—An unofficial private meeting of nttenders at the 15ar"y Parish Church was beid at the B.-ir'-y Hotel, by the kindness of Mr. Davies, the proprietor, during the past week (Mr. J. 3"bimon ill the chair) fur tll" purpose "f assuring the lector of their respect and kindly feelings towards him, and also to raise funds for the lighting of the church with g LS, and to provide some system for pro- perly warming the building. A considerable sum was promised in the room. and the gas is to be at once put in. A subscription list has been opened, and Mr. Miller (of the ComleY cf Gloucester Ba:Ü:) has been appointed treasurer. Sti1 -scripuons may, however, also be sent to the following gentlemen:—Mr. John 'Robinson, East Barry House: Mr. E ». Johnson. Cragside: Mr. Waddell, Romilly-roa 1. Mr. John Cory was unable to attend the meeting, but. with his usual large-hearted generosity, promised a subscrip- tion. We learn that the work is entrusted to Mr. F. V/ Tavlor. it being the general wish of the rector and pari shioners that local trade should be ellcourage,1 Sever d Cardiff firms tendered. On Sunday week the church will be lighted with gas for the first time. LESSONS FO:i LIFE."—The Rev. J. H. Stoweli, M.A.. j.asvor of the Barry Congregational Church, de- livered on Sunday evening last the first of a series of sermons for young men and wom;n on Lessons for Life." The rev gentleman took for his text Psalms xxxiv., 12 What man is he that desireth life and loveth many days that he may see good the subject of the sermon being What to Think." There was a 'urge attendance, and an eloquent sermon was attentively listened to. In the course of his remarks the rev. gentleman said if youth did not think they were sure to go wrong. There were times when not to think was :'1. crime. They were prone to let the moments pass into oblivion, and then it was that they committed the crime that brought upon them the curse of disappointed and wasted life. What to Think" was. perhaps, a vague title for a sermon, and when it was added "chink of God," they might still wonder what to think of Him. Men differed and quarrelled violently as to what to think of Cod. He (the preacher) exhorted them not t'1 h" lell into the Leal error of not thinking ahnut God at all. Uue; of the thought of God, like branches from a mighty seem, there came the thought of duty, "stern daughter of the voice of God." as Wordsworth called it. With many duty was a fiction, a fable something done for wages, or not at all. But why was this ? Where was integrity, patience, courage, generosity, heroism ? The only root for these things was God. If they would know, then, what to think, let then turn to Him who spoke the wondrous words, "I all1 the way, the truth. and the life," and see what he could reveal to them of God and duty. WHERE IS FOLLICK'S. the Pawnbroker, Outfitters Jeweller, itc. ?—Corner of Barry-road and Main-strett. —Advt. FOR THE LARGEST and best selected stock of Watches, Clocks, and Jowellery at the lowest prices go to Newman's, Exchange-buildings, Barry. [84
BARRY DOCK. SCDDEX DEATH OF A GIRL—On Sunday even- ing a young girl named Lizzie Griffiths, living at 18, Gueret-street, Barry Dock, suddenly expired. She had apparently been quite well dr -ing the dav, and she attended Barry Dock Mission Church in the morn- ing. The inquest was held at the Barry Dock Police- station, Holton-road, on Wednesday afternoon, before Mr. E. B. Reece, district coroner. Mr. Hutchins was foreman of the jury. Mary Ann Griffiths, mother of the deceased, said her daughter was twelve years of age last April. On Sunday morning she went to church with her father, but had to come back. as she was unwell. During the day the deceased vomited very much, suffered badly from diarrhoea, and com- plained of a pain in the side. In the night at about half-past three witness found the deceased on the floor and too weak to return into bed. She removed her to her own bed, saw that something serious was the matter, anc1 called for the neighbours and sent for a doctor. In a quarter of an hour the girl died.—Dr. W. Hoyd Edwards said the condition of the body was consistent with extreme exhaustion. After hearing the mother's evidence he was of opinion that death re- sulted from an extreme case of diarrhoea and exhaus- tion. There was a cesspool in the vicinity, and the bad smells, ..(or., were the cause of much complaint. There were several cases of similar illness in the st-raet. The cause of death was probably the un- healthy condition of the street.—The mother of the deceased and several of the jurymen bore out the statement of the doctor in reference to this, it being stated that the condition O1f things was very bad in- deed.—The Coroner said he had passed the spot that day, and the smells were something terrible.—A ver- dict in accordance with the medical evidence was re- turned, and at the request of the jury the coroner con- sented to write a strongly-worded letter to the Local Board in reference to the unsanitary condition of the neighbourhood referred to. EXPORTS AND IMPORTS.—The exports of coal and coke at Barry Dock for the week ending Saturday last were as follows:—Coal, 47,434 tons 10 cwt.: coke, 1,667 tons, 12 cwt. total,>48,992 tons 2 cwt. This was chipped on board 25 steamers and 16 sailing vessel; total 4Y, The imports during the week consisted of 80 tons of brick. SO tons of gravel, 1.250 tons of pitwood, and 500 standards of de-'Js. Sunory exports—330 tons of rails and 20 tons of pig iron. THE RECENT DROWNING FATALITY.—We are glad to hear that a committee has been formed to re- celve subscriptions for the relief of the distressed of the three poor fellows who were drowned in Barry Roads last week • The committee is formed as follows —Mr. John Cory, J.P. (chaiiman). Captain Davies. Captain WhaII, Dr. Treharne, Dr. Neale. the Clergy and Ministers of the district, Messrs. E. John. J. C. Meggitt. R. T. Duncan, J. Lowdon, J. Robinson, D. Jones, R. H. Wilson, S. A. Thorning, D. Davies, H. de Boer, secretary, 53, Station-street, Barry Dook, and W. H. Miller, hon. treasurer, County of Gloucester Bank, Barry Dock. We may mention that Mr. John Cory has beaded, the list with .t50. and about t:30 have been already subscribed in the locality. Sub- scriptions are thankfully received and acknowledged by the treasurer, or the hon. secretary, Mr. H. de Boer. CHARITABLE CONCERT.—A concert is being got up by Mr. F. P. Jones-Lloyd, the proceeds of which will be devoted to the relief of the families of the three men who were drowned in Barry Dock last week. The concert will be held next Thursday night at the Bible Christians' Chapel, Holtnn, Barry Dock. FOLLICK's is the Best Shop for Jewellery. Splendid assortment and at all prices. Corner of Barry-road and Main-street.—Advt.
CADOXTOX. OBITL'ARY.— We regret to have to announce the death of Miss Laura Barstow, eldest daughter of Mr. Joshua Barstow, Hebble House, Cadoxton. which occurred on Friday evening last, after a painful illness. The deceased larlv, who was in her 34th year, had been an invalid from childhood, and for some weeks prior to her death was confined to her bed. Much sympathy is expressed towards Mr. and Mrs. Barstow and family, who are universally respected in the district. The funeral took place at Merthyrdovau Cemetery on Tuesday afternoon. Messrs. Spickett and Son effi- ciently carried out the funeral arrangements. THE PROPOSED CEMETERY CHAPEL.—A special meeting of the Barry and Cadoxton Burial Board will bg held this (Friday) evening at five o'clock for the purpose of going through the plans which have been sent in to the Board for the proposed new chapel to be erected at the cemetery at Merthyrdovan. GRAND UNITED OnDUt OF DRUIDS.—A. public meeting was held at the Royal Hotel, Cadoxton, on Tuesday evening, for the purpose of forming a branch for Cadoxton of the above friendly society. The fol- lowing gentlemen were present to explain the objects of society -.—Messrs. Edward Keogh (Archdrnid of the Barry Lodge;. — White, — Glover, and Lewis Evans, Cadoxton. Several persons present having given in their names as founders of the new lodge, the meeting »vas adjourned until the following Saturday. CADOXTON CRICKET CLUB. — A general meet- ing of the members was held at the Wllcliill Hotel on Wednesday evening to consider the advisabilitv of amalgamat'ng with the C idoxton and Barrv District Cricket Club for the next season. After due it wa.- unanim.-usly agieed to form one good club, subject to the approval of the two clubs at a general meeti'i 7. whieh will take place at the Wltchill Hotel on Wednesday next. THE NEW ENGLISH METHODIST CHAPEL.—Tho oneniiur services in connection with the new English Caivinistic Chapel at Court-road, Cadoxton, will be commenced next week. On Wednesday afternoon a tea meeting will be held at three o'clock, while in the evening a public meeting will be held at seven o clock, to 1)3 addressed by r. number of well-known ministers and other gentlemen. The following Sunday, at 11 a.m.. the inaugural sermon will be delivered by the energetic pastor, the Rev. J. W. Matthews, and in the afternoon and evening Professor Ellis Edwards, M.A., Bala College, will preach. The services will be con- tinued on November 30 and December 2 and December 6, when the following ministers are announced to ojficiate Revs. W. Lewis, Pontypridd W. James, Abcrdi've J. G. Davies, Newport Dr. Cvnddvlan Jones, Cardiff and YV. Evans, M.A., Pembroke Dock. COEDCAE TILLERY COLLIERY COMPANY (LIMI- TED)_-T¡ :• first directors' meeting of th0 Coedcae Tiik-ry Colliery Company was held at the registered offices of the company, Vere-sireet, Cadoxton, on Tifsday n'ght. There were present, Messrs. W. Thomas (Cadoxton), Daniel Thomas (Treherbertb Tlees Phillips (Cadoxton), and W. H. Morgan. (Dinas Powis). It was resolved that Mr. Henry James, Tre- herbert. should be added to the directorate. The pros- pectus of the company will shortly be issued. COUNTY Crxu AND INSTITUTE. — This club will be formally opened on Monday next, at the build- ings known as the Cadoxton Hotel. Dr. Gore is the president, and Mr. A. A. Weston is the chairman of the club. Members desirous of joining should com- municate with the secretary. Mr. W. D. Lewis, or the manager, Mr. Warburtoii. Mr. A. Jackson is secretary of the company. THEATRE ROYAL. — Mr. Arthur Bealc's '• Z»Iy Jack company lias OC0lt DL.a the boar-Is at the Cadox- ton Theatre during this week, and it must be confessed that the sensational and stirring drama has been given ample justice to. Next week will witness a return of variety business at the theatre, and some really ex- cellent artistes have been secured by the management. First and fiEemost will bo the" Four Vendomes,'7 whose entertainment, A Musical Laundry," is one of the most quaint, original, and genuinely amusing it is possible to witness. Professor Kelmar a. ventriloquist or great ability, and several other capable artistes will also a "pi", ear. WliLSH CHUIM.'W.—At tie Cadoxton Public Hall, Yere-street, on Wednesday night, Major-General Lee, J.P.. Dinas Powis, presided over a, large audience which had assembled to patronise a concert, promoted to aid. the fun Is of the proposed new Welsh Church for Cadoxton. Several of the items of the programme were really most excellently rendered. Mr. J. F. Proud's singing of Captain of the Lifeboat," and ■" The Admiral's Broom was a treat. Mr. J. Michael, an old Cadoxton favourite, however, ran him pretty close fur prcmier honours by his tasteful rendering of the ever-pleasing tenor song, "Maid of Athens," and the general applause with which it was greeted was fully deserved. Miss Louie Hooper, R.A.M., earned the highest encomiums in her songs, Fidde and 1" and "Dear Heart." and may always rest assured of a flattering reception on the occasion of any future visit toCadoxton. The comic elementwas well sustained by Mr. Vv*. H. Morgan (Dinas Powis), and Mr. E. A. H. Stewart (Barry). The former rendered Enniscorthy and "Father O'l-'ivnn." and recited the "famous" action of "Bill Adams" at the battle of Waterloo, which completely convulsed the audience. Mr. Stewart aeeomuanied himself on the banjo in the comic song. Pinga Pong," Miss Isabel Harries, Penarth. sang splendidly By the Fountain," and in response tll an llnmlsb1.ke:1.ble encore sang a Welsh song. Miss Harries also sang in the duett, "Gentle Stranger," with Mr. Ellis-Roberts. The melodious contralto voice of Miss Edith Jenkins was heard to much effect in the songs" Ora Pro Nobis" and "The Better Land." We must not omit to give aispecial word of pr;â.c.) Miss Roberts (daughter of Mr. D,1. Roberts. Barry,) for her powerful and thrilling reciting of •' The Bridgekeeper's Story." The other items Oil the p 'ogramme were—Pianaforte solo, Rising of the Lark." Mrs. E. Morris; song, "Gwlad yr hen Geninen Werdd," Mr. J. M. Evans; recitation, The Storm," Mr. Jenkin Lloyd song, "The Vagabond." Mr. D. Farr s do, Garden of Sleep," Miss E. Morris (which was a beautiful rendering); song, "Cymry Fydd," Mr. J. Lewis; duett, Solfa. Lesson," Miss Hooper and Mr. Proud song. "Tom Bowling." Mr. D. FaIT; song. "Mercli y Cadben," Mr. W. Howe. Mrs. E. Morris, The Rectory, Mrs. W. M. Douglas, Station- tern> C: rod Miss L. Hooper efficiently accom paniel1 the various vocalists on the pianoforte (which was, however, decidedly out of tune). Toe Rev. E. Morris Illoved a vote of thank5 to the chairman. General Lee felicitously responded. After the English and Welsh National Anthem had been sung the proceedings con- cluded. SOCIAL TEA AND ENTERTAINMENT—In con- nection with the English Congregational Mission at Cadoxton, a very pleasant social tea meeting and entertainment was held on Wednesday evening. At half-past six o'clock a goodly number sat down to a capital tea, the following ladies efficiently presiding and assisting at the tables :—Miss Davies, Barry-road (who most admirably catered), Mrs. Ben Davies, Mrs. W. Townsend, Mrs. W. Jeremiah, Mrs. Bellow (Barry- road), and Miss Davies. At the conclusion of the tea an interesting entertainment took pttce, Mr Joshua Barstow, Hebble House, Cadoxton, ably pre- siding over this portion of the evening's proceedings. During the evening it was announced that a suitable "ite had been secured in Barry-road upon which to erect the proposed new chapel. The following is the programme which was gone through :—Song, "Anchored," Mr. Williams; song, Tne song that reached my heart," Miss M. Jenkins; recitation, "The fireman's wedding," Miss May Morgan: song, "A jolly sailor boy." Mr. S. J. Barstow; song, "The summer shower," Miss M. Jenkins; song, "Adieu," Mr. \V. Howe; reading. Master Joseph Davies; re- citation, "The curtain," Miss Miller; song, "The shipwreck," Mr. Williams reading, Master John Miles song, A wet sheet and a flowing sea," Mr. Bishop: song, Mr. Barstow. Several of the items were enthusiastically applauded, notably the recitation of Miss May Morgan (daughter of Mr. Morgan, Station-terrace). Miss Alice Barstow made an excellent a.ccom panist. Thi" is the first social meeting that has been held in connection with the cause at Cadoxtor, and its success is sure to encourage the friends to pr( mote many similar gatherings in the future. "For seven years I suffered fr mi As:hm t, tried all4 known remedies, and LEWIS'S PECTORAL BALSAM is the b^st of all.—Is. lid. per bottle. IF YOU WANT your Watch or Clock well repaired or cleaned at a lJIwlerate charge take it to Newman's High-s.red, Cadoxton. [8
DINAS POWIS. SCHOOL CONCERT.—The annual concert in con- nectlnn with the Dinas Powis Kational Schools will be held on December 9th. Major-General Lee, J.P., The Mount, will preside. The cantata, "Holiday Concert, and an amusing sketch, The Amateur Barbers"willbeperformed.
PENDEULWYN. OBITUARY.—A large Circle ot the readers of the Star in the Vale of Glamorgan will learn with regret of the death of Gwenddolen, eldest daughter of Mr. Edward Davies Llanofer. formerly of St. Nicholas, and son of Mr. Davies. BrynFarm, Pcndeulwyn. The deceased, though but eleven years of age, was a great favourite with the Llanoferians on acconnt of her meek nature and deep intelligence, and many were the tears that were shed by her fellow-pupils in the day and Sunday schools when her death was announced on the 26th eIt. She was buried in her mother's grave near Goitre Chapel on the 29th u!t., and several ministers took part in the service. Lady Llanofer, to whom Mr. Davies is agent, provided tea for deceased's fellow- pupils at the village school before the funeral. Mr. Davies has the sympathy of all his old neighbours in his sad berea n:ment.
RHOOSE. SERVICE OF SONG.—On Friday night, the 13th inst.. service of song, entitled "The River Singers," was given at the Jubilee Hall by the Barry Wesleyan Choir. Mr. C. C. Moon read the connective portions jn a verv distinct and impressive manner. The choir. under the baton of Mr. G. Phillips, rendered the har- monious portions of the procee lings in a manner which gave satisfaction to the hearers and earned due credit to themselves. Mr. Cory presided over the meeting, and, in thanking the choir, said he attended concerts recently, where the singing was undoubtedly very good, but the pleasure he derived from them was not tf) be c tmpared wit:, whtt he ha1 enjoyed that evening, and for their services he thanked them heartily, and hoped they would visit them another future time. Mr. Moon responded, and afterwards the meeting was closed by pmyer. JUBILEE HALL.—We are glad to state that this building has been provided with an efficient heating apparatus in the form of an npPI1 stove, which will ma.tp¡-ia!ly add t,) the comfort of those who attend the serviccs held thercin (1uring the winter season Messrs. Williams and Son, Cardiff, supplied and erected the stove, and, it is needless to add, that all the expenses incurred will 1><> defrayed hy the gene- rous donor and supporter of the Hall—Mr. John Cory, Porthkerry.
LLANCARVAN. ENTERTAINMENT.—On Sunday evening, the 13th inst., the Llancarvan Board Schools gave its annual entertainment. The meeting was presided over by the Rev. A. T. Hughes, the vicar. This year the schonl ;>erforme.d in character the cantata, Happy Hearts," under the cOIl<luct0rship of Mr. Davies the schoolmaster. The children did their work in a most satisfactory manner some of them were exceptionally good—beyond anything that could be expected from children so young. It was quite evident that great at- tention had been given to bring the little ones to th^s state of perfection. Very great credit is due to Mr. Davies for the labour and the deep interest whicd he takes in training up the young that are under his care. Miss Cassie Lougher, Garnellwyd, was the pianist for the evening, who did her part in a very pleasing style. W e wish to thank, through the medium of your valuable paper, Mrs. E. R. Lewis, The Par- sonage, Llancarvan, for her ready kindness in lending her piano for the occasion, and also for her generosity in providing refreshments for the school children, who had almost exhausted themselves in going through their hard task. Mr. T. Price, Lambethery, chairman of the Board, is worthy of great praise for the interest and the most active part which he takes in the educa- tion of the children. A vote of thanks to iVJr. Davies, the schoolmaster, and Dir. Hughe", the chairman, brought the entertainment to a close. All left the schoolroom (which was crowded to exccess) highly pleased. These annual entertainments are extremely popular.
ST. FAGANS. CONCERT.—On Wednesday evening last a grand concert was held at the Tabernacle Chapel, St. Fpgans, ¡ in aid of a fund for buiiuing -a new vestry in con- nection with the chapel. Mr. Harold Bird, C.S.T.M.E., P. presided. The chief artistes were Mr. R. W. Evans and Madame Davies Evans, prize-winners of the Swansea National Eisteddfod, 1891 also Messrs. W. Jenkin, C. F. Hibbs, A. G. Hibbs, H. E. Newman, IL Jones, and Misses Evans, Williams, and John, and last, but not least, Mrs. Jenkin, all of whom acquitted themselves in fine style. Miss Lillian Jones under- took the arduous duties of accompanist for the even- ing, which were efficiently carried out. The energetic secretary, Mr. P. Thomas, and the committee are to be congratulated upon the successful maimer in which the arrangements were carried out, and also, wc hear, being the happy possessors of a fair sum in return.
BAHHY AND CADOXTON GAS AND WATER COM PAN Y. From the Parliamentary advertisement of the Darry and Cadoxton Gas and Water CUlIllJiLllY \y hich appears in another column it will he seen that the company are desirous of acquiring important new powers for the extension of their works.
LABOURElis A ND ALLOTMENTS IN GLAMORGAN. The executive of the Allotments Committee in St. Bride's Major intend waiting 011 Lord Dunraven, when his lordship arrives at Dunraven Castle next week, for the purpose of obtaining his views on the allotments question, and to ask him to grant a certain portion of land for allotments. Mr. Irvine, the resi- dent agent, has promised to use his influence with his lordship in the nu1.tcr.
BRIDGEND. WESLEYAN MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT CLASS.— The Rev. W. Crouch, pastor, presided over the weekly meeting of this class held on Friday evening last week. There was a fair attendance. Mr. James Watkins read an interesting paper on Spurgeon," dwelling chiefly upon the great preacher's first 20 years of life, and enumerating his unrivalled success as such even at so young an age. The paper was listened to with rapt attention, and it was decided that the secretary (Mr. J. Bowen) forward a vote of sympathy, which the class resolved, upon, to the rev. gentleman, now re- cruiting his heath at Mentone. The usual vote of thanks, followed by prayer, terminated the gathering. CHURCH PARADE.—The members of the 2nd V.B Welsh Regiment attended divine service on Sunday morning last at St. llltyd Chu;ch, Bridgend. The battalion, which was headed by the band of the corps led by Mr. P. Thomas, was in command of Major David, Lieut. Ccath, and Sergeant-Major Pratt, with the other non-commissioned officers v. e e nearly all in attendance. Upon their return from Church Major David eulogised the stately bea 'ing of the battalion, and also the playing of the band, which, he said, hat. improved very satisfactorily. OBITUARY.—We regret to have to chror:c!e the ohituary notice this week of Mrs. Griffiths, for lllany years resident at the Bear Hotel, and widow of the late Mr. John GriHiths, printer and publisher, of this town. Deceased, who h.s been in a somewhat dc- c'in'ng state of health for some time past, yielded to the inevitable on Sunday night last at the residence of her son, Mr. J. E. Griffiths, auctioneer. Besides this person, another one is le. o mourn her loss—viz., Mr. R. C. Griffiths, solicitor. Decea ed will be re- membered as one of the oldest inhabitants in the town. She is a sister of illr. Robert E ran?, auction- eer, of Brynteg, Bridgend. NOVEMBER FAIR.—The November pleasure and cattle fair was held on Tuesday last. There was a good supply of cattle and sheep on offer, hut owing to the deterioration in the value of stock consequent upon the bad harvest, much business was not done. Draught horses realized about £30. The pleasure fair was usually quiet, the attendance being small. FUNERAL OF MR. EVAN MORGAN.—The mortal remains of this deceased gentleman were interred at Ruhamah Welsh Baptist Churchyard on Monday afternoon l.st. The fnneral was of a private character, and only attended by the relatives and inti- mate friends of the deceased's family. It should be stated that deceased had been for many years a deacon of Hope English Baptist Church, and was one of its founders. GRAND CONCERT.—A grand concert was held under the auspices of the Bridgend Battery of the Artillery Volunteers at the Town-hall on Wednesday evening last. There was a good attendance, and the artistes engaged acquitted themselves admirably. The band of the battery gave several highly-appreciative selections.
OGMORE VALLEY. EDUCATIONAL ADVANTAGES. — Never before have the young people of the Ogmore Valley teen privileged with so many advantages to improve their education as they have this winter. Night schools are held at all the schools for boys and young men. Miss Meredith and Miss Davies, Tynewydd Schools, have also started a night schools for girls at Tynewydd. Science classes are held at Tynewydd and Nantymoel, where physiography and mathematics are taught by Mr. H. Mackney, Tynewydd School, and Mr. E. Edwards, Wyndham School, respectively, and in addition to that Mr. J. M. Wallace holds a mining class at Tynewydd. We are pleased to state that all these classes are well attended. PRIVATE IMPROVEMENTS AND DRAINAGE.— The Local Board are pushing forward with the private improvements and the drainage of the Ogmore Valley This when completed will prove a blessing to the place. THE LLANGEINOR SCHOOL BOARD AND THE SCRIPTURAL TEACHING IX THE DAY SCHOOLS.— A feeling of dissatisfaction is expressed by many with the manner the Board have acted with regard to the above matter. The term of the present Board expires next March, and it is thought chat the Board could very well afford to postpone the matter until then, so as to have the voice of the ratepayers with regard to the matter. It is also thought that the subjects already taught in the schools are as many as the staff can do justice to. It is much better to have a good knowledge of a few subjects than only have a smattering of many is the feeling expressed. PUBLIC MEETING.—On Tuesday evening a well- attended public meeting was heid at Tynewydd Schoolroom to consider the gift of Mr. J. Blandy Jenkins of a piece of ground for recreation purposes. Mr. W. Llewellyn was voted to the chair. It was pro- posed, seconded, and enthustically carried that a hearty vote of thanks be tendered Mr. Blandy Jenkins for his generous gift. The following gentlemen were appointed a committee to superintend the laying out and to manage the ground, viz. :—Messrs. D. Vaughan, R. Conebear, J. Chilton, D. Rees, D. Roberts, J. Dorney, E. Gregory, R. G. Pugh, and Rev. D. Phillips. The Local Board have voted .£50, and Mr. Blandy Jenkins has promised £20 towards the ex- penses. It was also resolved to make a public sub- scription towards the same 1 purpose. The sum of £6 18s. was promised at the meeting.
CYCLING CMJB MNNER AT BRIDGEND. On Wednesday evening last at the Wyndham Arms Hotel. Bridgend, a goodly number of"persons sat down to a capital dinner. The spread did the new host and hostess of the hotel the utmost credit. At the post prandial the proceeding's the chair was occupied by Mr. W. Riley (Newcastle House"). The loyal and patriotic toasts having been heartily drunk.—Lieutenant Coath. in re"5- sponding to the Army. Navy and Reserve Forces." referred to the strength of the whole of those forces, who would be always ready at a call to defend Her Majesty's possessions.—The toast of the evening was proposed by the Chairman, who stated that the club. although only formed three years ago. had evidenced its good as an induce- ment to recreation to the young men by its in- crease in numbers and finance. Now he said they numbered on 70 members. He hoped with the increase in the finance they would see the necessity of erecting a club house for the cyclists of the town. Mr. Howard and Mr. J. Cox responded.—" The Town and Trade was pro- posed by Mr. J. Hemming, and responded to by Mr. Lewis Ldwards.—The Visitors,' proposed by Mr. J. Howard, was responded to by Mr. B. Griffiths.—" The Chairman was proposed by Mr. J. C. Coath. and Mr. Riley suitably responded. The Press," The officers ot the club." responded to by Mr. E. W. Howells (the energetic secretary), and the Host and Hostess concluded the toast list, The evening's enjoyment was greatly enhanced by songs and recitations from the follow- ing .-—Messrs. Howard, W. Griffiths, F. Bartlett, T. D. Gregory, F. E. Dickson, Watkins. Driver, J. Cox, and Michael Tooney.
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PONTYPRIDD. INTERESTING PRESENTATION. — On Thursday evening last the agents of the Rhondda section of the Wesleyan and General Insurance Society met at the County Hotel, Pontyoridd, for the puroose of present- ing their superintendent, Mr. David Thomas, Wood- road, with a testimonial as a slight token of their appreciation of his services, and the esteem with which he was held by his subordinates. The meeting was presided over by Mr. German, of Cardiff, the South Wales superintendent of the society. The company having regaled themselves with the excel- lent repast provided by Host Crane. Songs were rendered by Messrs. H. Adams, D. J. Edwards T L Williams (Treorky), and D. Travers (Cardiff), and recitations given by Messrs. Sweet and Smith, of Cardiff. V. nen the toasts of the Society and The District Agents" had been duly honoured, Mr W Edwards of Cardiff, in the absence of IIIrs. German presented Mr. Thomas a beautiful gilt-edged faintly Bible, bound in morroco leather, ornameiiLed with brass plates, and bearing the following description — Presented to Mr. David Thomas, superintendent of the Rhondda Section of the Wesleyan and General Insurance Society, as a small token of respect, by the agents under his supervision, Nov. 12th, 1891." "Mrs ihomas was also presented with a magnificent floral album. Mr. !Edwards, in making the presentation, expressod his regret at the enforced absence of Mrs. German, and spoke in terms of highost praise of the valuable services rendered to the society by the re- cipient, who had been in the employ of the society for nine years Mr. Thomas, on behalf of his wife and himself, suitably returned thanks, and said that the presentation had come as a surprise to h' m. He had endeavoured to do his duty at all times, and with their help and co-operation would continue to do so as long as he had the honour to work amongst and with them. (Applause.) FUNERAL OF A CONSTAT.LE. -The last tribute was paid on Monday last to the remains of-Police- consuable Edwards who die 1 at the Police-station, Pomypndd, on Friday. The deceased officer was a native of Caio, Caniiarthenshire. and was greatly re- spected by his superiors and fellow officers. The deceased was only 28 years of age. and although he had been but a few months in the force he had enrleared himself to all who came in contact with him. About 12 constables and Supt. Jones conveved his body to Llantrissant, Station, on Mondav, in time to catch the 8 a.m. train for Carmarthen junction, and four officers went all the way with the remains to be present at the burial on the same day at Cairo. UES1 -—On Tuesday afternoon an inquest wvs he.d be toreMr. H. Li. Grover, de- uty coroner, at the horse and Groom Hotel, Pontypridd, Oil the body of a little child named Maude Morrah, 18 months old the daughter of Thomas Morrau, collie", Alma-terrace who died, sudddenly on Sunday morninn. from convul- sions. A verdict of Death from natural causes was returned
MOUNTAIN ASH. 9n ^!lI,day evening Last the soul of Mrs. llliams, the beloved wife of the Rev. W. Williams Rhos, passed peacefully away after a long and severe V,e*s.Mllch sympathy is experienced with the Rev. W. Vilnams. and ris two sons in their sad bereave- ment. It will be remembered that a short time ago a testimonial was raised to him, but owing to the illness Jm s:inie has I10t J'et been presented. i. lie Kc-v. Williams is one of the oldest ministers m tne neighbourhood, and through failing health recently resigned the pastorate of the church under his charge.
IIAVOD. COXCEUT.-A grand concert took place at Silvan Chapel, Havod all Thursday evening last, which was presided over JV Mr W. V/hite Phillips. Brvnemv. In addition to the Havod Male Voice Partv, led by Mr. Morgan E. Phillips, Q.C., who very effectiVelv renucred 'ihe Little Church and « Gwyr Philistia. The .following eminent artistes took pa-t:—Mn.s Phillips, Newcastle Emlyn; Miss Rosina Davies (evangelist), Mr. W. James, Aberaman and Mr Thomas Jenkins (Llew Havod). air. Edward Evans accompanied on the piano
PORTH. INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION.—On Friday evening a committee meeting of the proposed intermediate school was held at the vestry of the Independent Chapel, Forth, Mr. Idris Williams in the chair. It was decided to appoint a sub-committee of five to select a plan of the proposed building from a set of three plans sent as models by the Joint Education Committee. The sub-committee will submit a report to the general committee in about a month's time, alter which arrangements will be made for the immediate carrying out of the work.
FERXDALE. SOCIAL PCRITY.-At the Welsh Wesleyan Chanel, Feriidale, on Friday evening last. a public meeting was held under the auspices of the National Vig'lance Association which was largely attended, and presided over by air. D. Hannah. Addresses were delivered amongst others by Messrs. R. Cory, Cardiff Percv Thomas, Cardiff Councillor Morgan Thomas and the Revs. E. Rees, D. G. Williams, and W. Watkins. The following resolution was also Thit this meeting having heard the speeches of the deputation of the National Vigilance Association, hereby agrees to the necessity of forming it Branch Committee in Ferndale, which shall be in constant communication with the office at Cardiff so as to join in the work of suppressing impure literature and criminal vice, and promoting social purity." IRAP ACCIDENT.—A lamentable accident occurred on Thursday evening last to Mr. W. Davies, manager of the No. 1 Pit, who was driving home after attending a funeral at Treorky. Mr. Davies was accompanied in the trap by Mrs. Davies and Mrs. Lewis, and airs. Jones, of aiaesteg. and when nearing the Commercial Hotel, Ystrad, came into violent collision with a sugar boiler's van, and upset the trap. The three ladles were thrown out, the wheel actually passing over the neck of Mrs. Davies, while the collar bone of Mrs. Lewis was fractured, and Mrs. Jones received a severe scalp wound. Drs. Williams and Jones, who were soon m attendance, did all they could to allay the sufferings of the unfortunate ladies, who were, through the kind- ness of Mr. Dan Thomas, Pentre Hotel, conveyed home in a brougham later in the evening. THE COAL IRADE.—Work in the Ferndale col- lieries still continues to be slack, and serious appre- hensions are entertained that the coming winter months will bring with them much suffering to those who have been most thriftless during the good times which are now on the wane. Dn. PARHY, J.P.-We are glad to be in a position to state that the above-named gentleman is progressing favourably, and strong hopes rre entertained that, with care, he will soon be able to attend to his numer- ous duties. L_
NOTES AND NEWS FROM PONTTCYMMER. They tell me that some of the collieries are in favour of Saturday for the proposed weekly holiday. I wish to let I-Bryneethin Ratepayer" know that I have no ambition to become a newspaper controversialist, and he had no need to take that position to himself, for I think that the Local Board as a body is quite able to defend themselves without his help. The death of an old inhabitant took place sudderly last Sunday morning. Mrs. George Price, of Pantygog Farm. The deceased lady has lived in the vaPey all her life over 60 years. BLAENG.VRW HOTEL.—In our issue of the 30th ult. we inserted a paragraph in this column with reference to the management of this hotel. The paragraph was sent to us by a correspondent, and inserted by us in good faith and as an item of general news. We have since, upon careful in- quiries, ascertained that the paragraph in question. so far as it reflects on air. Be van as proprietor of the hotel, is wholly iDaccuiate. We. therefore, have pleasure in unreservedly withdrawing the statement then made, and ask Mr. Bevan to accept the expression of our sincere regret for any annoyance that may have been caused him. We may add that the result of our enquiries has quite convinccu us that Mr. Bevan is making* every possible endeavour to cope with the difficulties that must be incident to the carrying on his business as the proprietor of a large hotel at Blaengirw.
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