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FISH GUARD.

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ST. DA VID'S.

1'1 PRESENTATION FOR BRAVERY…

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1'1 PRESENTATION FOR BRAVERY AT FISHGUARD. On Friday evening last, in accordance with a notice which appeared in the i.rno, a public meeting held at tne Town Hall, Fisligttard. for ine purpose of pre- j sen ting" Mr iihnsast 8. dou(J8 (son of the Hev. W. JoiioB, naiaist minister) with the; Certificate of the Koyal Humane bociety | W for Ills life of tl-ie Rev YV. Jenkins,, of Woifsdale, who was in imminent danger of drowning whilst. bathing at Dan pit on the 18 th August; last. NV. Esq., occupied the chair. There was Hcyx1 attendance. Tea Chairman said he neepiy regretted the i labiiitv of i if ijawtou Bwete to be T,) lie wilo org; used tiie mm-ting. They, however, had set there mar evening to do honour to Mr Ernest S. Jones for his brave con- due: >n the 16.i: of .-Vugnst last in saving the, 's of the irtev W. Jenkins, who was seized with cramp whilst bathing at Llan- pit. In the course of his address the I Air Jones for the pluel. r cor.duet which had characterised i hin- a-, i t! a. oct-asion. latv J. i). Symmons and the Rev Morlais Davies also delivered cougratula- tory addresses to Mr Jones. The Rev W. Jenkins, Woifsdale, said it | gave him great pleasure to be tilu i the meeting that evening; he had given up other important engagements in order to be p'ent to publiciv thank Mr Jones for his prompt and courageous conduct.—: j The »] icaker said that there was something very fascinating about Fishguard, and about its lovely clear sell, water; and it was this fascination that- drew him to Llanpit 011 tile IStli of August last to enjoy a bailie but after being in the water a short time, and about- 20 yards from the shore, he was seized with cramp, and I had it no-- been for the timely assistance rendered by Mr Jones he would have been i d rowncc1. He had. done all he possibly could to induce the Boyal Humane Society to recognise Mr Jones's services, as he It knew no man more worthy of a testimon- ial than Mr Jones. Addressing the -v audi present tie asauruu aiem tnat tiiey i would find it most advantageous for them to master the art of swimming. | A her a words from Mr T. lienvis (chemist), the Chairman tile testi- j nionial, which was as follows :—" At a j meeting of the Committee of the Eoyai j i Humane Society held at the Offices, 4. Trandgar' Square, on tho "IOth day of Octohc", 1 present ('oionel Horace Moniaga in the c'tcdr, it was rosoived' unannnou.dy L: the iieanerary 'j'c;sl.i:¡!(J:I- ial oi 01 merit, be herem given ro Mr Ernest S. Jones, for liavi;;g ou tiie ,18th August, ISOo. gone 'L o-C: rescue of the Hev Win. Jenkins, was in imminent danger of drowning- at Llanpit, Eishguard, and whose hie h jjailaoiiy saved." The testimonial was then handed to Mr Jones. j Tiie Chairman proposed L-, votp, of thanks to Law ton Swete for the great interest he had taken i:e the presentation, and { regreiied very much tiiat idness presented iiiin to a:lend the meeting; he felt sure; that no o';e woui: be pleased to be i pres. n L iiijn iJr b" ute. — This was r and a vote of thnriks to the Chairman for so ably presid- ing m:\iiig ae: p; oposed and seconded the taunting taen arn-inatCil.

HEROISM BY MR ALBERT FUR LONGl…

DEATH OF MR JOHN DAVIES, :…

TRAP ACCIDENT.

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