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FIRST OPEN SHOW AT BARRY I
FIRST OPEN SHOW AT BARRY. WELSH NATIONAL FUR CLUB. The first open show in connection with the Welsh National Fur Club was held on Wednesday last at the Y.M.C.A. Institute, Barry Docks, un- der the chairmanship of Mr. W. W. Marshall, the president of the local club. There were entries from all over the country, and the show was a con- s picuous success. The judge, Mr. T. J. Ambrose, Ilkley, Yorks, gave his de- cisions as follonirs:- Rabbits, Class I.—Belgian Hare, Buck or Doe, under six months, 1st and special prize, D. Wood Riley, Sowerby Bridge; 2, D. Wood Riley, Sowerby Bridge; 3, A. J. Davies, North Ken- sington. Class 2.—Belgian Hare, Buck, under four months.-l, E. Wallington, Swin- ton; 2, A. S. Tarrant, London; 3. H. E. Hince, Shepton-on-Stoar. Class B.-Belgian Hare, Doe, undor four months.—Special prize, best rab- bit exhibited bv members. H. P. Thomas, Barry; 1, R. J. Elliott, Lon- don; 2, H. E. Hince, Shepton-on-Stoar. Class 4.—English, Black or Blue, under four months.—1, G. Norton, 2. D. Wood Riley, Sowerby Bridge; 3, G. A. Ashbee, Hastings. Class 5.—English A.D.C., under four rnoiitbs.-I. D. Wood Riley, Sow- erby Bridge: 2, W. E. Parry, Bootle; 3, W. Jay, Bristol. Class G.-Duteh. Black or Blue, un- der four months.-L Mrs. R. Wilkin- son, Blackburn 2. Marshall and West, Burnley: 3, Plenty and StarkevT Y shad. Class 7.—Dutch, Grey or Tortoise, under four Titoi-ttli-I -\V, E. Parry, Bootle: 2, Powell and Hicks, "Vber-Bar- goed; 3. Sumnen Bros., Liverpool. Class 8.—Silvers, A.V., under five months—1, Thos. Too Kind Son., Burn- ley; 2, William Jameson, Headless Cross; 3, Thos. Tee and Son, Burnley. Glass* 9.—Any variety, under five months-1. T. Hatton, Coventry: 2, S. Jeffries, Barry; 3. Walter Barnett, Abington. Class 10.—Selling. Any age. 10/— J, Fred Gilo*. Oxford; 2, P. F. Gent, Ripley; 3, G. R. Rowland, Cardiff. Class 11.—Gift—1, Edmonds and Marshall, Barry: 2, Plenty and Star- key, Ystrad: 3. P. F. Gent. Ripley. Ys;tr.,id: ;1. 1). F. Gei)t. Pil)lov. Class 12.-Smooth Self, Hinder four Inontrus-L Dr. L. B. Hopper. Peiiryn: 2, G. J. Charles, Warwick; 3, Dr. L. B. Hopper, Penryn. Class 13.—rSmoollh, any other variety under four months—1, Fred Hang-raves, ( Burnley: 2. Fred Hargrawe" Burnley; 3, F. Butler. Newport. Cuts.—No show. Mr. G. R. Rowland, 9. North-road. Cardiff, carried out the .secretarial ar- rangements.
ONE DAY WITH THE COLOURS
ONE DAY WITH THE COLOURS. SA1) FATE OF BARRY SOLDIER. The funeral, which was attended with military honours, took place on AVc?diie??(lay last of 1'ri-ate Wednesday afternoon last of Private Edward Akers, 2nd Rhondda Bat- talion, Welsh Regiment, who. with another soldier, was aecide-ntly drowned at Rhyl on Juno 3rd. De- ,oeasod, who was 27 years of age, was at one time an employee of the ''Barrv Dock News." and for seven years worked on the Barry Railw ay. About three months ago Akers went to New Tredegar, but he had not been there a fortnight when he was taken ill, and re- turned horue. After a ten-weeks ill- ness, Akers recovered, and immediately enlisted. On Wednesday week last he went to Rhyl for training, and on the following day he was drowned. Akers was 27 years of age, married, leaving a widow and two young children, with whom deep sympathy is felt.
BARRY RED CROSS VAD 38
BARRY RED CROSS V.A.D. 38. The following members have passed in the Home Nursing:- Second Exami- nation, Mrs. Amor. Miss Dibden, Miss A. Hughes, Mrs. Nicholas, Mrs. Sed- don. First Examination, Miss G. Ab- bott. Miss M. Cross. Mrs. M. Jenkins, Miss N. Jenkins. Miss Meggitt, MissE. Mountain, Mrs. Ruiivlord, Mrs. E. Wat- l-ion. Loctllrrr. Dr. King: Examiner, Dr. Ay re.
RED CROSS VADS BARRY
RED CROSS VA.D.S., BARRY. -Dr. Draper agreed to give a course of lectures on first aid, beginning Thurs- day. June J 7th. at 8 p.m., at the Boys' High-street- School, Barry. An Ex- amination will take place in the last week of July. The conditions under which members can attend can be ob- tained from the commandants.
SATURDAY'S CRICKET. ￼ A. (?nOHXE's?r. V.CARDIFF UNIVERSIY SETTLEMENT. At Harry Island. 2.30 p.m. Osborne's XI. A. Osborne fcapt.). B. R. ?.L \\t.?. A. AV.'Wh.?, B.C. ^;iv;
I SOFT WATER AND BURIALI GROUND DEADLOCKS
I SOFT WATER AND BURIAL I GROUND DEADLOCKS. JHNAS HO WIS -1 DISSATISFIED. A special meeting of St. Andrew's Major Parish Council was held on Tuesday evening last. Mr. Ivor B. Thomas occupied the chair, and there were present, Messrs. Austin Davies (viee-ahairman), W. H. George, H. Barrett, R. Howell Jones, D. R. Mor- gan, E. H. Clothier, and H. Naldrett. COUNCILLOR RESIGNS. I Mr. T. S. Cffam having tendered his resignation as member of the Counueil, a casual vacancy occurred, a poll for now liDember to be taken at an early date. il-fr. Hojii-ell Jones said they were very sorry to lose Mr. Oram froan. their midst. He was an upright councillor, and they hlad profited a great deal by his wide experience. Mr. Jones moved ob vot-o of thanks to Mr. Cram for the valued work he had done whilst in office. Mr. E. II. Clothier seconded, and the members' associated themselves with the remarks of the mover and seconder, the proposition being unanimously car- ried. NEW OVERSEER APPOINTED. Consequent upon the resignation ot Mr. Cram, who also held office as over- seer of the poor, Mr. Howell Jones was I appointed in his stead. I ANUTHEK BURIAL C.KOI N1) SCHEME. The Chairman pointed out that in- asmuch as the Local Government Board had refused to ,sanction the bor- rowing of £ 2,000 for the proposed new burial ground, and in accordance with the wish of the Government- insipeeior, a tsc'heme had been, drawn up entail- ing a lower cost. Mr. Gomer Morgan (surveyor) sub- mitted the -new scheme, the estirmated rosit, exclusive of buildings and the cost of the ground, etc., being £134. This amount, he .said.the Local Government Board would sanction. The new scheme was amanimoiisily adopted. SOFT WATER DEADLOCK. I Air. E. J-L Clothier reverted to -the soft water question. Mr. W. Brace, M.P., lie pointed out-, had interviewed the Local Government Board, on behalf of the parish, but was sorry to state that they were in the same place now rc- garding the supply of soft water as when: the agitation commenced. The Local Government Board eon Id do nothing with the matter. Mr. R. Howell Jones said the parishioners were very dissatisfied, and contemplated raking the matter up! tlhemsel ves. The matter was deferred till the next meeting.
PRINCE OF WALES NATIONAL RELIEF FUND
PRINCE OF WALES' NATIONAL RELIEF FUND. I LIsT OF CONTRIBUTIONS FOR "TEEK ENDED JUNE 9th, 1915. I £ s. d. Published last week 2295 6 11 Barry Railway Co. Loco. Dept. 9 15 5 Engineers' Dept. 1 19 5 Traffic Dept 18 1 Shipping Dept. 1 0 4 0 7 9 Docks Dept. 0 7 9 Elec. Dopt. 0 4 9 Stores 0 1 1 ————— 14 1G 10 Messrs. C. 11. Bailey-Staff 4 8 0 Barry Pilots licensed under Barry Pilotage Boa.rd 4 5 0 £ 2,318 10 9 LOCAL RELIEF FUND. £ s. d. Published last week 201 13 7 Barry Railway Co.: — Loco. Dept. 0 14 0 Traffic Dept 0 2 8 Stores Dept. 0 1 2 0 17 10 Mr. P. W. Sherlock 0 4 0 • £ 202 15 5 Further contributions will be grate- fully received, land may be sent to the Chairman of the Council (Mr. J. 1fur- shall, .J.P.), or to Mr. R. A. Sprent, National Provincial Bank. Barry Docks.
ITWENTYFIVE YEARS AT BARRY
I TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AT BARRY. I DEATH OF RESPECTED INHABITANT. The death took place at 38. Barry- road, Cadoxtun-Barry. of Mr. William Evans, coaltrimmer. For some months past, the deceased, who was in the em- ploy of the Ocean Coal Company, suffered from a severe illness, and passed awav on Sunday last. He was an old and respected inhabitant, of tfie town. and made Barry the town of his adoption about twenty-five years ago. The funeral took place at Merthyr Dy- fan Cemetery on Wednesday last, and was largely attended.
I I LOCAL PLACES OF PUBLICI AMUSEMENT I
I I LOCAL PLACES OF PUBLIC AMUSEMENT. THEATRE ROYAL, BARRY. Captain Swift." an excellent him adapted from the famous novel by C. HHddön Chambers, occupied premier position on the programme at the Theatre Royal during the first three evenings of this week, an admirable second being Royal Naval Division at Work and at Play." Patrons of a drama-loving nature were provided for by Broncho Billy's Sisters, "Folly of Anne," and The Adven- tures of Kathlyn," a.nd Flossie's Dar- ing Loyalty," Mysterious Mr. Davey," and "The Guard's Alarum," sufficed for comedy lovers. Joe Humphreys, a vocal comedian, was very successful in his latest songs. The third episode of The Master Key" is promised for the perform- ances this evening and the remainder of the week. together with The Little Engineer," "rrontolini and the Don- key," "Lassoing a Lion," "School Girl Rebels," Miarah, the Python- ess," and A Brand New Hero.' Joe Humphreys will again appear. Next week will see the appearance, on the nrst three evenings, of a fine exclu- sive film entitled "The Worker. a story arising out of the capital and labour question, in which a young man birought IIp in the lap of luxury is obliged to become a real worker to prove his worth. To got her with addi- tional drtimns and comics the pro- gramlme can be recommended to all. I nOMILLY HALIj, BARRY. I For this week-end, a well assorted programme has been arranged for the patrons of the Romilly Hall, and will include a very fine Milano production, "The Pace that Kills," also a thrilling Selig drama entitled "The Mystery of the Seven Chests." The comedies will include a. very tine Keystone featuring Charles Chaplin and Fatty, as well as a Yitagraph comedy. "The Rocky Road of Love." Next week for three nights only. "The Angel of the Ward." will be screened. This tilin-play. founded on a story which ri vetted and sustained the breathless interest of readers of "Answers" over a period of six months. portrays the absorbing dilemma of a beautiful hospital nurse, who, on the eve of her marriage to a clever and de- voted young surgeon, discovers in an unconscious patient committed to her charge, the serapegrace husband to whom she. as a child had been married six years before. An operation is es- sential. Sir Stanton May. the eminent specialist, agrees to perform it, ahd brings to the hospital as his assistant, his son, Phillip May. The latter has been keeping fast company, and his ex- Itilit into the clutches of a rascally lawyer. Lawrence Firmin. who realises that he will have splendid •'pickings" when Phillip comes into the fortune of his late uncle. An- t-hony May. One of the many great scenes in the first act mirrors the drama- tic situation when Sir Stanton and Phillip recognises in the unconscious and "unknown" patient, the real heir to Anthony May's fortune. Phillips, desperately concerned lest he should lose the money suggests to his father that the patient need never come through the operation alive. Sir Stan- ton scorns the suggestion, and refuses to allow his son to assist in the opera- tion. The scheming of these two ras- cals. Phillips and Firm in, to get rid of Geotirey. the real heir, go to make many thrilling and sensational episodes which will grip and hold any audience right on to the very end. This fine photo-play is in three parts, each of which is full of absorbing interest and excitement. A great two-part Kev- stone com ic entitled "Mabel at the Wheel." featuring 'Mabel and Charles ChapHn. wiU be included in the week- end programme. Don't miss this.
IWAR ALLOWANCE FOR OLD AGE PENSIONERS
I WAR ALLOWANCE FOR OLD AGE PENSIONERS. At a meeting of the Barry Old Age Pensions Com/mlttee on Thursday even- I ing last, a resolution by Mr. J. R. Llewellyn that the President of the Local Government Board and the Cha.welt>r' of the Exchequer be ap- pealed to. on behalf of the recipients of old age pensions, to make a.n addi- tional allowance during the fyxresent crisis, was agreed to unanimously. Extra relief ha* been granted to Poor Law recipients all oyer the country, and it was felt to be a- great (hardship that the old age j+ens ionea\s islioaild be limited to a weekly allowance of 5/- or less, at a time of particular stress.
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BARRY PUBLIC LIBRARY AND LORD KITCHENER
BARRY PUBLIC LIBRARY AND LORD KITCHENER. NEWSPAPERS OSTRACISED FROM THE READING ROOMS. THE FREEDOM OF THE PRESS I "HOPED IN." For the first time in the history of the Barry Public Library Committee, a discussion savouring of Party politics took place at the monthly meeting on Thursday evening last, Mr. D. W. R,oberts, J.P., presided. A letter was read from certain rate- pavers calling upon the Committee to exclude from the local Reading Rooms the newspapers, "The TjmcF" and "Daily Mail," which were responsible for the recent strictures upon the policy of the Earl Kitchener, the Minister for War. Mr. J. Felix Williams: What are these people objecting to ? lvhat is the specific charge which we have to con- sider? There is nothing definite in the letter. The Chairman: The letter protests against the comments made in a certain section of the public Press. Mr. W. R. Lee: Is there a copy of tho paper in this building containing a report of the meeting at the Stock Ex- change? That would give the infor- mation Mr. Williams requires. The Chairman: You mean the dis- cussion which took place at Cardiff. Mr. Lee: No, in London, and the extraordinary demonstration of indig- nation by people of different shades of opinion all over the country. Mr. J. Felix Williams: I shall be expected to give my vote in this matter, and I should like to know what the charge is. Mr. J. Lowdon: The letter refers to the attack, the unscrupulous attack, made upon Lord Kitchener by these newspapers. Mr. J. Evans: I suppose the letter is meant to apply to all publications con- trolled bv Lord Northeliffe. Mr. J. 0. Davies moved the follow- ing resolnt.]oH. That we. the mem- bers of the Public Library Committee, make, our protest to that section of the Press, dominated for the most part by Lord Northeliffe. for the unscrupulous attack recently directed against the War Minister. Earl Kitchener. So offensive and pernicious do we consider the rude reflections cast to be. that we desire to emp'liasise our sense of dis- approval by excluding "The Times and Daily Mail" from the Reading Rooms under this Committee during the period of the present War. We further wish to express our fullest. pos- sible confidence in Earl Kitcheners great ability in the administration of his high office in this Realm, and also proffers hearty congratulations to his Lordship on the occasion of the signifi- cant. mark of distinction conferred upon him as a birthday honour by his Majesty King George yesterday." Speaking to the resolution. Mr. Davies was sure lie would not be accused of ever having taken any political part during all the years he had been a mem- ber of this Committee. In his opinion it. would be a reflection to call them- selves British if thev let an occasion uf this kind pass without a protest of some kind. He agreed with an open cri t i c i sm of public men but this undig- nified criticism on Lord Kitchener was not kind—it was unwarranted and un- just. Mr. J. Lowdon had much pleasure in seconding the resolution. They could see the danger of such an attack made upon Lord Kitchener. There was great rejoicing in Germany,.Mr. Lowdon -'remarked, when the German- newspapers made it public. Anything t.hat encouraged the enem y was some- thing which would, to some extent, more or less prolong the W ar. They wanted to have the AVar completed as early as possible, and they wanted it to be thoroughly completed. They did not. want to extend the war by one hour, bccauso every hour meant the sacrifice of valuable human li ves. To make such an attack against Lord Kitchener was dastardly- They should show their confidence in him and their detestation of that sort of thin- bv carrying the resolution which had been proposed. U. Llewellyn asked if the resolution submitted that evening was passed, where would that sort of thing end? He had never taken any public pnrt in Party politics at Barry, neither had he any desire to do so. But the resolution, if persisted in, must be car- it, These were not the only newspapers in this country that had maligned and slan- dered the. responsible Ministers, and if these papers were to be ostraci sed, then the same degree of retribution should 1)0 meted out. to the others. Let the Committee, at any rate, act fairly. It was a petty little-England policy to attempt to gag the Press in this way. If they felt, however, that Lord Kit- chener had been unfairly criticised and censured —and he believed he had— then the obvious course for the Commit- tee to adopt was. as other public bodies and organisations had done, to pass a resolution of confidence and approval in the Minister..for. War. This was what his Majesfy~the King had done he had not pilloried the newspapers. but had that dav conferred upon Lord Kitchener the highest honour which it was within the power ol his Majesty to bestow. Mr. Lowdon Mr. Llewellyn is tum- ing the issue aside. Wo must realise the seriousness of any imputations cast upon the head of the Army when we are fighting for our very existence. I That is the point. Mr. J. O. Davies objected to being cross-examined. Mr. J. Evans said this was a Yerv delicate question to deal with. He could not support the resolution. Since the commencement of the war, the Press, both Liberal and Conservative, had fallen very low. and if Lord.North- cliffe and his Press had done such a tiling, it was for the Government, and not the Committee, to prohibit the sale of those papers. It wns very bad taste for The Times and the Daily Mail to publish the articles they had. but he did not believe in excluding those papers from the Reading Room. He did not think they had a right to b do so. There was 'the voice of the crowd outside to consider. (Hear, hear.) The pll blic would not go -I I I the way with what had appeared in I the Press, but they believed that, to a 1 great extent. -the Press had touched a weak spot in reference to the war. they wanted, in the present day. straight thinking and straight talking from the Press. Mr. W. J. Flower said there were many people lie had met who agreed that anything that would bring Lord Xorthcliffe to his senses should be done immediately. He thought rmblic feel- ing would go with the Committee in this matter. Mr. J. Felix Williams thought. the case would be very well met if a reso- lution were passed censuring the news- papers referred to, and a, vote of con- fidence in Lord Kitchener. The reso- lution would have to go before, the Dis- trict, Council, and would lead to fur- ther unpleasant discussion. Mr. Lowdon: What we want to try and do is to get Lord Northeliffe to amend his ways. The only sensative way is through his pocket. It will have a material influence upon what- he will do in the future. He will not mind your vote of censure, as long as it does not, affect his pocket. Mr. Felix Williams: Your resolution! would help the sale of his papers. Mr. W. R. Lee supported the resolu- j tion. and said such statements as these published in the Press would have a tendency to retard recruiting. Mr. T. Evans did not agree with the resolution at all. It was not the duty1 of the Committee to take the initiative in the matter. The Stock Exchange affairs he regarded as absolute jealousy. Mr. J. Marshall asked the Librarian whether, since these articles had appeared, he had noticed any diminu- 1 'T"l 'IY 1 tion of reading of "The Times and "Daily Mail in the reading-rooms. The Librarian replied in Iho neg- ative. Mr. Marshall saw no reason what- ever fur excluding these papers. On a vote beija,, t'aken. the resolution was carried bv seven votes to six, the members present voting as follows: — For: The Chairman. Messrs. J. Low- don, J. 0. Davies. AAI. R. Lee, W. J. lÜWl, J. E. Levers, and James Jones. Against: Messrs. J. Marshal. J. felix Williams. T. Evans. J. Evans. J. R. Llewellyn, and E. Walton.
PLUCKY COMRADES EFFORTS
PLUCKY COMRADE'S EFFORTS. l DROWXIW, SCENE AT BARRY I ISLAND. At Batrry Island oil Thursday last. Mr. D. Rees, divisional coroner, held an inquiry into the death of Sap?r Wal- ter Briggs of the Glamorgan Fortress to,i- 111-19g:r" (-)f the ,Iiiiior,faii Swansea, who was drowned whilst bathing Wh.ilmore Bay on the erf May. The evid-iiee of .1;lliles Manning Rees, R.N.R.. dese-ribed how he Ipluckily sought to rescue the deceased. I They went bathing together, and about ha-!f-a-m:le out Briggs complained of b en g exhausted, and twice he rested b'!n:j; ?\h:r:)?)i?: t Oil Re shoulder riLi he had somowluit recovered. They swam back, but just n reaching the shore. Briggs uttered a s -j!•:iiii and disappeared. He had evidently been seized with cramp. TIJ" Coroner highly complimented Rees u poii his plucky a.t.teunpts at res- cue and the jury returned a verdict of "Accidentally Drowned."
1 ST MARYS SCOUTS UNDER CANVAS
1- ST. MARYS SCOUTS UNDER CANVAS. Happy in good health and high spirits, the St. Mary's Troop of Boy Scouts, who for the past fortnight have been enjoying real summer weather un- der canvas, at Dinas Powis. brought to a close their sojourn at this pretty spot on Saturday last. Just, before Whit- sun the Scouts, and their scoutmaster, commenced their first camping expedi- tioll of the year, and the camping ground being amongst most beautiful su rroundings. they revelled in the open- air. leading the simple life, and allow- Old So] to bronze their countenances at leisure. The boys thoroughly enjoyed themse ] ves.
IBARRY GAS AND WATER I COMMITTEE I
I BARRY GAS AND WATER I COMMITTEE. ( I NO ARMED GUARD FOR GAS WORKS. The Barry Gas and Water Commit- tee met on Friday evening last. )12". J. Felix Williams (chairman) pre- sided, and the members in attendance were Messrs. J. Marshall. J.P., S. H. Jones, C. B. Griffiths, G. Wtirehaon, Howell Williams. W. Beck, and J. E. Levers. HOSPITAL ACCOrXT REBATE. A letter was read from the secretary of the Detaining Hospital. St. Jolm Ambulance Association, at Barry Is- land. asking for a rebateanent of a-c- count for the supply of gas and water for the past quarter. A remittance of 50 per cent. was allowed. ENGINEER S REPORT. The montMy report of the Gas and Water Engineer (Mr. T. E. Franklin; showed that, there was still a consider- able demand for coke, nofwithsitandinif the hot weather. With respect to t-lu application for an armed guard to bo placed at the Gas Works, the super- vising military officer had intimated that the request could not be gra.nted. The consumption of water during the pa sit, month was 20,11 (>,855 gallons, and the rainfall was 1.11 inichos. Tliero were 137.4 hours of bright sunshino during the month, there being four days when there was no sunshine. THE COLLECTIONS. Mr. John Jenkins, the superintend- ent collector, reported that the gas and water collections during the mom-i amounted to £ 5,882 14s. 4Jd.
MOTHERS NEED NOT SUFFER
MOTHERS NEED NOT SUFFER. Mothers as a- rule spend too much' time in harness and overlook how much their good health depends c-li regular hours of rest and relaxation. If is all very well when duties such as nursing prevent a mother taking the necessary leisure, or on occasions when considerations of her health* prevei i her enjoying exercise that would bo beneficial: but mothers must guard against, putting an unfair tax upon their con st i tu t ions. The humdrum of "house life*' as a mother knows it. Imrried nwab. tlnd family anxieties very quickly thin tine blood and weaken the nerves; then. • arise those headaches, pains in the side and back, inflamed limbs, and painful indispositions which many mothers endure. Whenever a mother finds her • strength failmg and household duties becoming- more than she can comfort- ably manage: whenever extra demands are made, upon her strength, she should I adopt the safe and simple, expedient rf refreshing her blood. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, which make new blood abundantly, will promptly restore fuU I womanly ]¡('a1t h. and if a course of these pills is taken no mother need fear lapses of health interfering with her regular work. So obtain Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People from any dealer like and rdre"h your system with t? I g)"ll .L1(:, Hl (i b('8tL: inlt remember, substitutes will not. d". Mothers: write for the Free Hcan-K ] Guide. Plain Talks to Women" j address. Hints Dept.. -hi Tlolborn Via- duet. London. o.
JUVENILE DOMESTIC SERVICE
JUVENILE DOMESTIC SERVICE. MEETING OF BARRY EMPLOY- fEXT cnDrITTEE. At the meeting of the Juvenile Em- ployment Committee on Monday even- ing last. Mr. J. 0. Davies presided, and there wee rpresent. Miss M. E. Mere- dith. Messrs: D. Lloyd. S. R. Jones. Vl. W areham. J. Felix Williams. Alfr- J Cox. and T. L 1: T homas. rr. W. 1.1. I hum as reported upon- a meeting of the lady members ,,f T Committee, held at the Labour Ex- change, when a scheme for juven'lo domestic service was considered. t was felt that, ill order to work do scheme, more women members w< -o necessary. It was therefore decided recommend to the Employment Com- iiiittee that women members be co-opt-ed to form a domestic service sub-corn- in it fee. or that the Committee be allowed to nominate women. It was also sng- j gested that vacancies for juvenilo domestic workers bo-dealt, with bv tho women members of tho Domestic Su b- Committee. and that no vacancv be r f-epted unless it be recommended by a- member of the sub-committee or by' Labonr Exchar.e-c. Jfr. Th-mas point,-J tlut riiiit under the 1 hey were not allowed to place. girl:" ) j ) •voars qf <1ge in domestic service. had so far only come into conf.i with the business people of the town. hen they had an nrder for a vonrrr girl to ]?-c In. thev w.m]d like to h?e someone to turn to. wh? knew the ]WT';0 to whom the girls were ?.in?. A motion by Mr. Cox that a snb-c--? mÎttoo of njn ?dies be appomfed ?- ?'< j agreed t. i.