Yft AELWYD GYMRE1G. [DAN OLYGIAETH ALLTUD.1 Cyfarfodydd Blynyddot y Tabernacl, Barri Doc. Dydd Sul nesaf, am un-ar-ddeg o'r gloch y boreu, baoer awr wedi dau y prydnawn, a chwech yr hwyr, a'r Llun dilynol am gwarter wedi dau y prydnawn a saith o'r gloch yr hwyr, cynhelir yr oedfaon cysylltiedig a chyfarfodydd blynyddol eglwys y Tabernacl, Barri Doc. Disgwylir i bregethu y Parcbn. W. Tanner Hughes, Caerdydd, a'r Proff. T. Rees, M.A., Aberhonddu, a chredwn y bydd gweinyddiadau y ddau foneddwr hyn yn sier 0 fod yn dder. bynioJ, adeiliidol, a bythol eu parhad. Yn y gorphenol, mae y cyfarfodydd blynyddol hyn wedi profi, o satbwynt ddynol a dwyfol, yn llwydrliant digYlUysg, ac os uiynychir yr oed- faon eleni gan gynifer o ddyeithriaid ag arferol, ni phetruswn ddywpyd y bydd y casgliadau yn foddbaol, gan fod yr eglwys ei bun yn cyfranu yn hael a rheolaidd. fel y tystia y ruodd cyflym y lleiheir y (lctylld, yr hon ar y cychwyn oedd yn agos i ddwy fil o bunau. Halla y Parch W. Tanner Hughes o deulu parchus iawn yti hen ardal Llangadog, ger Llanyutddyfri, lie y bu ei dad yn gweinidog- aethu gyda llwyddiant neillduol am flynyldoedd lawer. Mae ganddo dri brawd yn y w^inidog- aeth heddyw. Ar ol gyrfa golegawl lwydd iannus, ymsefydlodd Mr Hughes fel gweinidog am y waitb gyntaf yn Ebhw Vale, ond fel amryw eraill o fechgyn disglaer Cymru, denwyd ef dros Glawdd < iffa, ac yiugymerodd a gofrtl eglwys gref, ddylauwadol yn Belfast. Wedi llafurio yno am lawer o flynyddo(idd, cawn Mr Hughes yn Weymouth, yn bugeilio eglwys fawr Seisnig ond tua dwy flynedd yn ol, oherwydd gwaeledd iechyd, gorfodwyd ef i roddi fyny gofal yr eglwys bono, a bu mewn cyflwr gwan, gwan, am fisoedd lawer. Ond da genyiu allu dyweyd fod Mr Hughes, er nad yn holiiach, eto yn graddol adfeddianu ei gryfder oddiar pan mae ef yn Gaerdydd, lie y mae gofal eglwys Gymreig ganddo. Brodor ydyw y Proffeswr T. Rees, M.A, o sir Ben fro. Pan yn ieuanc aeth i Ab-rdar, i weitbio yu y pwll glo. inid bir y bu yno, oblegid cawn ef yn y coleg, yn yfed gwybod- aeth gyda naturioldeb, ac yn SYllU ei gyf- efrydwyr ac enill edmygedd ei athrawon gan rym ei benderfyniad a gloewder ei athrylith. Mae'r ffordd o bwll glo i gadair profiles wr mewu coleg yn rhwyrn o fod yn Jroellog a dyrus, ond troediodd Mr Rees o eithafbwynt i eithafbwynt mewn amser byr, a naturiol ydyw y bydd i'r cyfryw fanteisiant ar y eyfle i'w wrando dder- bvn rbywbferth ganddo gwerth ei gofio a'i deimlo.
JUDGE OWEN'S COURT- AN HOUR'S SITTING. JUDGMENT SUMMONSES. Judge Owen occupied about an hour to dis- pose of the business at the Barry County Court on Tuesday last. There was an unusually large number rf r^mts, but the majority of these were disposed of by the Registrar (Mr Alfred Jackson). REMEMBRANCE OF THE DEPARTED. Edward Allen, a Cadoxton moulder, made an application for new trials in two cases which had been previously before the Court. Appli- cant declared that he did not know of the existence of the summonses.—Judge Owen But you have a wife, I suppose ?-Aflein I had one, sir, but she did a "bunk "-cleared out with another fellow.-Judge Owen: Perhaps she kept the summonses for you F-Allen Perhaps so, your Honour. Judge Owen: Then you ought to have kept her in better order.—The application was refused. THEN AND NOW. J. P. Boyle, a Covent Garden dealer, sued Edward Woodham under a judgment summons for X4 18s.-Judge Owen Why don't you pay? Woodham: Because of slackness in trade and sickness in family.-Ill reply to Mr Jones- Lloyd defendant said his takings bad gone down from JE30 to JE6 a week.-A new order was made fnr t.be navment of the amount at the-rate of 108 a month, SEQUEL TO A CYCLING ACCIDENT. A running-down case came up in which a youth named Richard Giles (16), Stives House, Castleland-street, Barry Dock, was summoned for £ 15 15s damages for personal ^juries, the complainant being Emily Bleay, named nf 12 Kendrick-6treet, Barry Duck. Mr J. H. Jones', solicitor, Cardiff, appeared for the cocoplaina.'t, and Mr P. P. Jones-Lloyd represented the defendant. Mrs Bleay gave evidence of the occurrence on June 27th, the day after Coronation Day. She was walking across Holtou rO0d.-Judge Owen As every King's subject has a perfect right. to do.-Mr J. H Jones Especially at Coronation time, or at least the day after.—Complainant said Giles was riding at the rate of about twelve miles an hour. She stopped suddenly to permit defen- dant to pass, but instead of doing so he rode straight into her, knocking hpr down, and rendering her unconscious Police-Inspector Morris and Police-constable McGovern gave ..J __1_¡ evidence of the accident, ana jjr Dray that in consequence of the injury she became a t in one ear. A witness named Ediord, called for the defence, declared that the com- plainant stepped back from the pavement, and I £ scr:«. ss £ rKw/r Defendant y».« Honour.—Judge Owen: ell, if be goes on paying it will be cleared before be dies. A LODGER'S ARREARS. William James, of Cadoxton. sued Thomas Morgan, who formerly lodged with bim, for £1 b8 for lodgings. Mr J. A. Hughes appeaflil for the defence, and in support of a counter- claim for the of a (Olit, alleged to be in defendant'p possession. Judgment wns, how- ever, given for the plaintiff, the counterclaim being disallowed. PIANOFORTE MUSIC. Messrs B. J. Heath aI1d s(cured Messrs B. J. Heath an araer iHji„ „ week, otherwise pay £ 14 6. fod,Count o. »rre»r. und.x rt. kvmg agreement: A rAJJILY AFFAIR. vi pi-is White Farm, Merthyr Dovan, Airs Powell, formerly of Barry Island, for BUefl 0f £ l wa-> alhged to l'« £ 2 10s. V (1 p,,into, s supplied, and the for ducks, » pl-dntiff on defendants remainder W;JS pal1* u T behalf for removing h^r furiPtnre to ..t.. ■ H-ll.- Judge Owen "Mump* J'1' i K th-t n-iin^ from a or 11.n. J. A. Bushes appeared for p au^fi Detent it f V father s evidence with the ,nt,rn,pt«. b. J.uige U„, 1,'s a mtei jec'HK Pendant: The,, 1 beg your pardon, your Honour.-Judgment was given for the amount claimed with costs.
[NOTES BY ATHLETE."] ASSOCIATION. Saturday'! opening of the United club's season augers well for the future. To defeat Aberaman is no small matter, especially considering the fact that the colliers have b en iu strict training since August last, and have played four matches prior to coming down to Barry. Serveral of the home players too, were untried, and the combination naturally suffered 0' ing to the men not knowing each other's play. Taking all things into account, therefore, Barry did admirably, and the promoters of the club are to be congratulated on such a good start. The new players shaped well, especially Tracey, who, for his size, is quite a marvel. Bevin %A as, however, the hero of the match, and made rings around his opponents. Sutton showed that he has improved with age, and Green and Cashinore, as blcks, in their pliy left nothing to be de^irtd. Stillnian, at half, playe I will considering that, he usually figures at centre forward. Parry and Scevi DS wete al-o in spieudid form. The whole eleven played with rare vim fioin start to finish, and the match had g' od effect in the direction of improving the combination. For Saturday's game at Aberaman the men will be in good fettle, and will give a good account of tht mselves up the hills, It is satisfactory to note that the "gnte" was a good one, ai d the general prospects of the club vastly improved by the opening game. The Cadoxt,.n Rovei s have started th« season in excellent style, having won their first two matches against strong opponents. They defeated the Roath Crescents by a goal to nil on Saturday last, M. Lowrie notching the point. The Rovers are fortunate to have such a competent goalkeeper in R. Griffiths. He is considered in this district, as well as in Cardiff, to be "one of the best." Basil Lewis and Jones, the fuil-backs, played Stirling games, and deserve special praise. The Barry Dock Alhions played a friendly match against the Barry Railway Offices, and were given a good game, the resnlt of which was three goals to nil in favour of the Albions. The back division of the Albious were in fine fettle, whileJheir forwards did not show up the form of the previous matches. Let us hope that E. Jones, who has decided to give up the game until after Christmas will reconsider his decision, for with him the Aibions, I am certain, have the smartest forward division in the league. The scorers were B. Bumford, H. Thornhill, and W, Dooley, The Offices have greatly improved their position since last season, and will undoubtedly make a strong combination, they possessing several clever players. Davies, their goalkeeper, saved hi side repeatedly. Tie Office* were assisted. by W. Davies (late of the Albions) who played well, but, as the saying is, his heart is still with his old love." Up till now the District team have not shown the form of last season, but on Saturday last they won their league match at Newport, by four goals to nil. Homes played a magnificient game, his sound defence and strong kicking being a pleasure to witness. The Barry Old Boys are to make a hard fight for the championship of the Third Division League. They have secured the services of W. Gould, late of the Rove rs, and A. Witchard, C. Bowles, and A, Gwilliams of the now defunct Juniors. These four players will greatly add to the strength of the Old Boys, and should be formidable opponents to the Albions. The committee of the Barry United are to be complimented for the support they are giving to two local clubs Cadoxton Rovers and the District. They have decided to allow the local champions to use the ground alternately when the premiers are playing away. The clubs will benefit by taking the proceeds at the gate, and it is to be hoped that when the United are playing away their supporters will give the juniors a hand, for they will be amply repaid, as both clubs have strong fixtures, and some fine games will be witnessed. The Barry Wyndhams and Richmonds (Cardiff) match, which was played on the Witchill ground on Saturday last proved to be a most enjoyable game, and resulted in a win for the visitors by 2 goals to love. The homesters played ten men the greater part of the first half through an accident which befel to S. Hinder who at the time of the accident stopped a rush by the visiting forwards, which might have proved a score. The match was a very fast one, and should have been a draw. D Abbott, who was not at home in goal, played a disheartening game, and was with- out a doubt the sole ctuse of the defeat. R. Gyles (captain), W. Brown, and T. Griffiths played a great game for the homesters, and T. Parsons and A. Bohbett (two subs ) for the visitors played well. This is the second League match the Wynhhams have played and lost, and as they meet Canton Villa at Cardiff on Saturday next it is to be hoped they will gain two points towards the League. RUGBY. I Diuas Powis first fifteen met Treorky, and were defeated by a try to nil. The villagers had smart combination, and experienced hard luck in not scoring in the first half, when they had distinctly the better of the argument. There was a method about their movements in marked contrast to the homesters. Although the score was against them the Dinas Powis men played a plucky gamf, and Treorky were lucky to snatch the victory, for it was towards the closing stages ti at the tiy was se Ired.
SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. ASSOCIATION, BARRY UNITED v. ABE-RAMAN.—This friendly match will be played at Aberaman. Train leaves Barry Dock 11.55 a.m. Barry-Goal, J Sutton; backs. A Green and G Cash more half-backs, T Parry, A Tattersal, ond W Stephe s (capt) for- wards, G Ra<5cliffe, A Th"nlpso", P Tracey, B Btvin, and E Parry or A Stillman. CADOXTON ROYERS V. CAERLEON RoAD INSTI- TUTE (winners of Newport and District League, 1901 —1902).—This Cardiff and District 1st Div. League match will be played on the U uittd ground, Buttrills; kick off at 3.30 Ruvers-Goal, Roly Griffiths backs, J Plater and W Jones half- backs, A Gil, s, C Lewis, and W Winch forwards, M Lowrie, A Lewis, F Johnson, 0 Williams, and W Needs. BARRY WYNPHAMS v CANTON VILLA. This League match-in connection with the third division Cardiff and District League will be played at Cardiff on Saturday next, when all players are re- quested to be at the station by 2 o'clock. The following will represent the Wyndhams :-Goal- S Wood backs-R Gyles and S Hinder half- backs-B Gyles, T Parsons, W Pritchard forwards W Brown, T Miles, R Grant, T Griffiths, and T White. Reserves-D Abbott, A Bobbett, and T Raisen. ST MARY'S A.F.C. v COURT JUNIORS.—TO be p!ayf d at Tynewydd, kick-off 2.45. St. Mary's— H Chidgey backs—W Treharne and T Richards (vice-captain); half-backs—H Cox, G Dt-é (or W Abbott), J Jeremiah forwards—P Adams, F. Richards, A Adams, F Jones, W Buckley (or A Hopgood). BARRY DOCK ALBIONS V CLYFFORD VILLA (NEWPORT).—This friendly match will be played at the Romilly Park, Barry, on Saturday next. The following will represent the AII)iotis --Goal- George Coles; backs—A Hayward and W English half-backs-A Thomas, F Davies, and E W( stall; forwards—B Pratt, T Davies, (captain) H Thorn- hill, B Bumford, and Donley. Kick-off 3.15 sharp EVELYN UNITED A.F.C. v WOODBINE STARS — To be played at the Buttrills. The following will represent the Evelyn United:—Goal-—A J Francis; backs—W Prosser and D Jones half-backs-A Clark, I Prosser, and W Evans forwards-E Jones, J Lewis, P Pook (captain), D Davies, I Evans. Reserve-E Lewis.
PRESENTATION AT LIBERAL CLUB, DEPARTURE OF MR J. SPITTLE. On Wednesday evening a presentation smoker was given at the Barry Dock Liberal Club, when Mr J. Spittle was made the recipient of some handsome presents. Mr Spittle has been an official of the club for some years, during which time he has ren- dered valuable aid to that institution. Mr Spittle is leaving Barry to take up an im-, portant situation on an engineering firm in the United States. In the absence of the president, the chair was taken by Mr C. Harvey, there being a large attendance. The Chairman, in opening, said they were all sorry to hear of Mr Spittle's departure. They would lose a valuable worker, and one who had done yeoman service to the club. (Cheers.) Mr E. Griffiths, on behalf of the members, then presented Mr Spittle with a purse of gold, and on behalf of the committee (of which the recipient was a member) with a handsome pipe and a quantity of tobacco. Mr Griffiths referred to the valuable ser- vices rendered by their co-worker, and ex- pressed great regret at his departure. Mr Spittle, in a neat speech, responded. During the evening songs, &c., were sung by Messrs Woodward, Woodfield, J. Bird (Cardiff comedian), F. Milner, and others. Mr J. M'Cutcheon, in his usual able manner, presided at the piano.
"Barry Herald" Employees' Wayzgoose. On Monday last the staff of the BARRY HERALD enjoyed their annual wayzgoose, and spent a pleasant day at Cheltenham and Gloucester, vising most of the spots of in- terest in those districts. The weather was beautifully fine, and the trip was one of the best on record.
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SHOOTING COMPETITION. BARRY v NEWPORT. A shooting match between these Rifle Clubs took place on Saturday last at the Weycock "ange, Barry, when, although the home team 1 d at the 200 yards range by 2 points, they we.e i ventua'ly defeated by 35 points. Scores :— NEWPORT R.C. 200 500 Total. Milner 33 31 64 Moore. 28 26 54 Groves. 16 18 34 Garland. 32 29 61 Junes, D 28 32 60 Reynolds 24 21 45 J ones, J 28 26 54 Prevost 28 26 54 217 209 426 BARRY R. C. 200 500 Total. Ensor 26 20 46 Heard. 27 26 53 Dailey 28 27 55 Hammond 24 19 43 Blackmore. 32 25 57 Taylor. 32 27 59 Howell, W R 22 4 26 Howell, R 28 24 52 219 172 391
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SCHOOL BOYS AND MILITARISM. CADET CORPS AT THE COUNTY SCHOOL. Barry County School Governors held a special meeting on Friday in last week, under the presidency of Mr John Lowdon, J.P., for the purpose of considering the advisability of granting permission fur the formation of a Cadet Corps of the Submarine Mineis at the County School. There were present besides the chair- man Messrs J. Arthur Hughes, O. H. Jones, J.P., J. H. Jose, T. Price (Llanbethery), Miss Clay, Captain R. Davies, and Dr W. Lloyd Edwards. Mr J. Arthur Hughes moved that the neces- sary permission be granted, and declared that, although he at one time was opposed to such corps being formed, he had now become com- pletely enamoured of the idea, which be had an opportunity of seeing in practice. It tended to improve the discipline of lad at school. Mr O. H. Jones seconded the resolution. Captain R. Davies opposed the motion on the ground that it fostered militarism among the lads. Councillor J. H. Jose said be, too; could not vote in favour of the resolution, which had not been supported by any single sound argument. The voting was 4 to 3 in favour of the resolu- tion, Mr T. Price voting against, Dr W. Lloyd Edwards and Miss Clay being in the majority, the Chairman remaining neutral.
BARRY DOCK TIDE TABLE. The following ia the tide table for Barry Dock for the week commencing to-morrow (Saturday) Day. Morn. Aft h. tn, ft. in. h. m. ft. in. Saturday, Oct. 4. 8.23 37- 8 8.39 37. 9 Sunday 5. 8.54 36. 3 9.10 36. 2 MOLIday 6. 9.26 34. 6 9.42 34. 1 Tuesday. 7. 9.57 32. 3 10.13 31. 7 Wednesday 8. 10.30 29. 8 10.48 29. 0 Thllrsday" 9. 11. 9 27. 4 11.35 26. 9 Friday 10. 0. 5 25. 6 u -.0.
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mimical Instruction at Barry. APPOINTMENT OF AMBULANCE LECTURERS. A meeting of the Barry Technical Instruction Committee WHS held it the School Board Offices on Thursday in last week, when the members present were H..v W. Williams (chairman), Revs T. Pandy Job; and F. J. Byrne, Dr P. J. O'D 'MT ell, and Messrs D. Roberts, Evan Jones, E. W. Waite, and J. O. Davies, together with lbe clerk (Mr R. Treharne Rees). SUGGESTED TECHNICAL SCHOOLS. An informal discussion took place on the question of establishing technical schools throughout the county under the auspices of the County Council, for which a superintendent teacher should be appointed. Mr J. O. Davies pointed out that the County Schools were awkwardly situated, and were not in a central position. Dr O'Donnell said he only wanted an expres- sion of opinion in the event of the matter coming before the County ouncil. The members considered the principle a good one, but required details before arriving at a decision on the matter. BARRY AHEAD. It was reported by Mr R. Treharne Rees that Barry had secured JE31 in grant last year, the next highest being Mer thyr, where the amount earned was JE21. Dr O'Donnell: Bairy, both in its elementary and technical t-cbools, beads the list of the whole couf-ty in everything. Mr D. Roberts Hear, hear. AMBULANCE LECTURERS. Voting for the position of ambulance lecturers resulted in the appointment of Dr King (Barry) and Dr E. R. Bowen (Barry Dock), ani it was subsequently tigre, d that the latter should conduct the ladies' class and the former the class for males. PRIZE DISTRIBUTION. It was agreed to invite Lord Windsor to dis- tribute the prizes gained by last year's students, and Mr J. Arthur Hughes will be asked to preside. REPORTS. It was stated that Y,7 19s 2d had been earned in grants by the plumbing class, about which the -eport stated :—"The classes visited were attended by earnest students, and the work was good."
Club Scholarships at Barry. AN EXCELLENT EXAMPLE. The Barry Dock Liberal Workmen's Club and Institute last week intimated their willing- ness to grant a sum of X4 for three years as a scholarship at the local County School, the conditions of which are to be left to the local governors. Following that good example the Barry Dock Conservative Club have decided to do likewise, and have forwarded a cheque for that amount to Dr Lloyd Edwards. It is also probable that the Unionist Club will grant another 14 annually for the same purpose.
VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE. 11TH COMPANY, 2ND GLAMORGAN ROYAL GARRISON VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY. COMPANY ORL)EI-tS.- Drills for the week com- mencing Monday, October 6th, 1902 Monday—Repository Exercise. Tuesday-Band Practice. Wednesday—Repository Exercise. Thursday-Band Practice. Friday—Repository Exercise, There are still "a few carbines, sword bayonets, and water bottles remaining out. Members in possession of such are earnestly requested to return them at once into stores in time for Colonel's inspection this week. Hours of Drill, from 7.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. (Signed) S. A. BRAIN, Major, Commanding 11th Company, G.V.A., Barry Dock. -u-
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y TOWN & DISTRICT CADOXTON MISSION CHURCH. The harvest thanksgiving services will be held at the above Church ou Wednesday evening next at 7 p.m., when the Rev W. H. Thomas, M.A., vicar of Ahersychan, will preach. The choir wiil reudi'r a special anthem, "Thou openest Thine h-.tid." The Magnificate and Nunc biiiiutis x* ill als,' ge given. The music is i oujpo8e i by Caleb Simper. The services will be repeated on the following Sunday. LICENCES TRANSFERRED AT BARRY. At Barry Police-oourt on Monday the license of the Red Cow Inn, Ppnmark, was temporarily transferred from William Loughor to Thomas Morgan, and that cf the Royal Hotel, Cadox- ton, from H. B. Clements to H. T. Phipps. BARRY PRESBYTERIAN FORWARD MOVEMENT- MEBTHYR-STREET HALL.-Open throughout Sun- day and every \ek evening. A hearty welcome. Free seats. Sankey's hymns. Services next Sun- day at 11 and 6.30 p.m. Preachijg Service Mon- day. Children's Services Sunday 11 a.m. 2.30, and 6.30 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, 6.30 p.m. Preacher next Sunday: Pastor O. Ret-e. PRIZE DRAWING For the benefit of Mrs Jenkins, widow of the late Mr John Jenkins, coaltrimmer, 49, Kings- land-crescent, Barry Dock. Winning numbers First prize, 537; second prize, 688; third prize, 826. PROPERTY SALE AT CARDIFF. On Saturday, at the Angel Hotel, Cardiff, Mr Gottwaltz (Messrs Gottwaltz aud Perry) offered for sale by auction a lot consisting of freehold arable land situated near Westra Farm, Dinas Powis, and containing 5 acres 3r 19p,which was sold for £975 to Mr Davies, builder, Dinas Powis, The bidding for four closes of freehold arable and pasture land, forncing part of Little Westra Farm, and containing about- 18f acres, began at X750, and at £1,300 was withdrawn. FOR a good glass of homely Bitter, invigorating Liquors, and W.holesoine Refreshment when D Cardiff, call at the Yor < Hotel (off Custom House- street). Proprietor—W". H. Alden (late Ifeatheock Inn), Llandaff. DEVON AND CORNWALL SOCIETY (BARRY). A "social" to inaugurate this society will be held at the Glamorgan Restaurant on Saturday, October 11th, at 8 p.m., when all who are in- terested are cordially invited to be present. Tickets, 6d each, may be obtained from Mr R. N. Davies, 41, Broad-street, Barry. BARRY DOCK Y.M.C.A. WINTER PROGRAMME. The. committee of the Barry Dock Y.M.C.A. met on Tuesday evening last, when Mr E. Blackmore, vice-president of the association, presided. The cnief business of the evening was that of making an attractive programme for the coming winter. In addition to the ordinary meetings held during the summer a debating class has been formed for Tuesday evenings, and judging from the syllabus success is bound to crown the class. For Thursday even- ings a Pitman's shorthand speed class has been formpd, and already nearly 12 members have signified their intention of joining. The chief feature of the programme is the arrangement for Saturday evenings of a series of popular lectures to be delivered by well-known gentle- men in the town. ACCIDENT TO A SEAMAN. On Tuesday night, a foreign seaman named John Stepbanos, belonging to the steamship Basuto, fell down the hold, a depth of 20ft., and sustained severe bruishes about his body and injury to the head. Dr W. Lloyd Edwards attended the unfortunate man, who was removed to the Kingsland-crescent Accident Hospital. GARDENERS AND ALLOTMENT-HOLDERS are re- commended to apply tor my new Seed Catalogue tor 1902. Speciality in Seeds always fresh. Cata- logues free.W. R. HOPKINS Pharmaceutical Chemist, 88, High-street, Barry BARRY RIFLE CLUB. The winter session at the indoor range was opeued on Wedesday last. For the ensuing winter the range will be opened on every Wednesday evening from 7 to 10 The sub- scription for the remainder of this year will be 2s.6d. ACCIDENT AT THE COMMERCIAL DRY DOCK. On Monday evening a boilermaker's helper named John Jones, residing at Castleland-street, Barry Dock, met with an accident and sustained serious personal injuries while at work in the Commercial Dock, Jones was employed by Mr C. H. Bailey, and was calrying a wooden trestle down the steps to the bottom of the dock, when the trestle hit against the quay wall, forcing Jones over. He fell on the stone floor, and was severely injured about the head. He was con- veyed to the Accident Hospital, where he at present lies.
BOXING AT CARDIFF. COURTNEY BEATEN BY MANSFIELD. The glove contest between J. Connell, Cardiff, and Courtney, Barry Dock, in which 80 much interest was centred, has bad to be postponed owing to the illness of Connell. A large crowd assembled at Messrs Wallace aud Thomas's pavilion on Saturday night, and an impromptu contest for a substantial purse was arranged between Courtney and Harry Mansfield, late of Bristol. The Barry youth was outclassed, and knocked out in the sixth round.
BARRY DISTRICT RAINFALL. RETURNS FOR SEVEN DAYS ENDING SEPT. 29TH, 1902. Tuesdav Sept. 23 0'53 Wednesday 24 0*00 Thursday 11 25 0.00 Friday 26 0*00 Satuiday 11 27 0*00 Sunday 28 0 00 Monday 1, 29 0 00 E. W. WAITE, Engineer. Council Officp-s. Barry.
j To keep in Health -ii- heal tilBeverag' whicii ::¡. and unadulterated. í Gadbury's i 1, cocoa i is universally admitted to be a health-giving drink .,I —most refreshing, invigorating, and sustaining CADBURY'S COCOA is absolutely pure, the Lance! pronouncing it "The Standard of Highest Purity.' It is Cocoa, and the Best Cocoa only, and hac Stood f the Teat of Time. j
SNAP SHOTS. The Barry Wednesdays were again defeated by Bridgend, put this time by two goals to one. Mr T. B. Tordoff was on on Wednesday evening entertained at a banquet by members of the legal profession in the town at the Barry Hotel. According to a daily paper, Colouel Quin wishes to advocate the better education of "ithe masses of the people." We can understand no w why the hon. number was returned at the last election! Shipbuilders on the Tyne, Wear aud Tees, and at Hartlepool, have giv-u uctice to s ine of their trieu for a reduction in wages, owing to the severe depression. The South Wales Miners' Federation are con- sidering the question of of running Labour candi- dates from the coal-field. On dit, South Glamorgan is one of these. Ou the application of Mr E. Parry Evans the Technical Instruction Committee decided to renew his scholarship of £30 for another year at the County School. Barry District Ratepayers Association will at a meeting on Tuesday evening next discuss the questions of the right of way to the Island and that of free public access to the sands. At Whitchurch, like Bridgend, Porthcawl, and other places in South Glamorgan, there is a great revival of Liberal activity. At Whitchurch alone there was a net gain of 65 in the Revision Court. Barry has followed with 39. A meeting of Wednesday footballers is to be held at the Glamorgan Restaurant, Birry Dock, to-night (Thursday), at 8.15, for the purpose of forming a Wednesday Rugby team. All wishing to join should please attend. A scholarship of f30 for three years has been granted by the County Governing Body of the County Council to Miss Ethel Cecilia Jones, Barry County School. Mr A. Osborne, of Barry Dock, comes second in the list of batting averages for the Penarth Cricket Club, and Mr W. T. Llewellyn comes second in the bowling averages for the past season. Colonel Wyodham Quio, M.P., has promised to address pn blic" meetings in the constituency before the re-assembly of Parliament. Colonel Quin also promised to call attention in the House of Commons to wanton destruction of farmsteads in the Transvaal as incensing the enemy against the British:? All Liberals are invited to attend the Annual Meeting of the Barry District Liberal Association on Wednesday evening next at the Glamorgan Restaurant, Thompson-street,Barry Dock Officers will he chosen, and a motion on the Education Bill will be moved by the Rev Ben Evans. Every Liberal is cordially invited to be present.
SOUTH GLAMORGAN. MR A. J. WILLIAMS' REPLY. As intimated in our issue a fortnight ago, Mr A. J. Williams, J.P., of Coedymwstwr, Bridgend, will not permit his name to be submitted to the Liberal 500 for the division against that of other gentlemen in connec- tion with the candidature of the division.
ENCOURAGING PREDICTION. MABON AND THE IMPENDING STRIKE. iMr W. Abraham, M.P. (Mabon), speaking on Tuesday night at Tonypandy, referred to the coal trade, and stated that there would be no strike or lock out at the end of the year, as some people supposed. (Loud cheering.)
HARRY AND THE CARDIFF INFIRMARY. The committee and members of the Barry Unionist Workingmen's Club and Institute intend promoting a grand cycle carnival in Barry, the proceeds of which will be devoted towards the support of the Cardiff In- firmary. Particulars of the carnival will shortly be published. The arrangements are at present in the hands of a strong and representative committee.
Interesting Wedding at Porthkerry. BERTRAM—REES JONES. At Porthkerry Church on Wednesday was solem. nised the wedding of Mr Thomas Anton Bertram, M.A., B.L., son of the late Rev R. A. Bertram, formerly minister of Market-square Congregational Chapel, Merthyr, and Park Chapel, Llanelly, and Miss Edith Rees Jones, eldest daughter of Mr Rees Jones, J.P., Cardiff. A great deal of interest was felt locally in the event, as both bride and bride- groom are well known in connection with philan- thropic work at Cardiff Especially is this the case with the bride, who for some time past has done splendid work as a lady poor law guardian. The wedding took place shortly after noon. The beautifully-situated little uhurth of Porthkerry is but a couple of hundred yards or so from Portli- kerry House, which is at present occupied by Mr Rees Joues and his family, and the way from the house to the church is by a sylvau path beneath the trees. Along this the wedding party talked to the church. The bride, who was attired in white aud wore a white hat, was attended by her sisters, Miss Maud Rees Jones, and Miss Batrice Rees Jones, as brid.smaids, Mr Dunald Maclean was the best man. The Rev H. H. Stewart, rector of P-rihkerry officiated. The honeymoon will be -pent on the Eaet Coast. Mrs and Mrs Bertram sail for the Bahamas on October 26th, but will spend a few days in Cardiff prhr to their depar- ture. Among a lot of beautiful presents were silver fruit dishes by the Barry coal trimmers and fore. men.