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DINAS CROSS. Signs of Sympathy. -Dinasites failed not .1 in their sympathy for the bereaved ou Thurs- day last, when the remains of John Lloyd, the unfortunate man who was fatally injured on the Pier Works, were brought to the Parish Church-yard for interment. Several conveyances joined the procession of mourn- ers on the way from Fishguard, where the body lay until after the inquest. Most of the near relatives attended, a sister of the de- ceased travelling from Cardiff. The Rev J. Williams, re tor, officiated, and the solemn burial service was read with pathos. Many were deeply moved at the final leave taking. The widow has the sympathy of everyone in the parish. Success.—Capt Thomas Williams, of Smithfield, paid a short visit home on Satur- day last and returned on Monday to take command ot the Garnet Hill," a fine vessel in which be has been a popular officer for very many years. No one is more deserving of the promotion than Capt Williams, for he has always been a most conscientious and painstakiug officer. We wish him continued success in his new capacity. The •' Garnet Hill loads coal at Newport, Mon., for Caleta Colenso. Gideon Tea.—Owing to the death last week at Dinas, and now the hay harvest, Capt Richards, wishes us to say that the Gideon Sunday School tea party is postponed to the beginning of August. For Sea —Capt T G Evans, Poplars, left on Monday last to rejoin his ship at Liver- pool. Presentation.—At Tabor Sunday Sjhool VL. ment as superintendent, presented the Sun- day school with a beautiful gong. He was cordially thanked for the gift.—The Pastor was absent officiating at Moylgrove, and the Rev R. Griffiths, Betbabara, conducted the service at Tabor in the evening. Visitors. Mrs Mc Call is a visitor at Glanhelyg. Mrs Huthwait and her son the Rev M H Huthwaite, left on Tuesdiy for London. Dr Greener has left for Cardiff Jericho Well.—The workmen at the Vron have shown that there is an ample supply of water for Jericho,and Inspector Pbillips is ex- pected at at an early date to direct the laying of pipes. Lectures. Through the efforts of Dr Havard aud Mr Dewi Harries the inhabitants of the place will have the pleasure on Friday and Saturday next of hearing lectures on gardening by the County Council lecturer. —Owing to his duties at the funeral oa Thursday last, Mr Dewi Harrie3 was unable to attend the Board of Guardians and District Council, much to his regret, as there was very important business to transact.