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GENERAL ELECTION, 1910

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-. GENERAL ELECTION, 1910.…

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Early Manure.—The vessel" Doris is now bound for Fishguard with a cargo of the well-known Dublin and Wicklow Manure." Orders should be given to the Agent, A. J. Hodges, Town Hall, Fishgurrd.—Advt. Fishguard Fancy Dress Ball.—It is antici- pated that there will be a large number pre- sent at this ball on Wednesday, the 26th inst., and rumour hath it that the fair and sterner sexes are busy preparing their fancy costumes, in order that they may secure the prizes offered for the best lady's and gentle- men's costume respectively..Dr. and Mrs O'Donnell have kindly consented to act as judges of the costumes. Spectators may view the festive scene from the gallery on pay- ment -of an admission fee of one shilling. The costumes will be judged at 8 p.m., prior to the commencement of the dancing. Winter Again.—A large and varied assort- ment of Winter Stock has just arrived direct from Factories at Hodges' Boot Warehouse, Market Square, Fishguard.—Boots guaranteed thoroughly 'Waterproof.—Try our Regent Gents'Boots at 8s nd, 10s 6d, 12s 6d, and 13S 1 id. A guarantee given with every pair Once worn always worn.—Ladies Boots at 3s lId-splendid value.—Business established 35 years ago.Advt. Rent Audit.-—The annual rent audit in connection with the Trecwn estate took place at the Great Western Hotel, Fishguard, on Friday afternoon, being followed by a sub- stantial dinner served in her accustomed excellent style by Mrs Pryce, to which be- tween forty and fity tenants sat down. County School.—A very enjoyable whist drive took place in the County School on Friday evening. Wedding.—At the Tabernacle Chapel, Haverfordwest, on Wednesday of last week, the nuptials were celebrated by the Rev. T Nicholson Jones (pastor) of Miss Martha Poyntz Harries, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs J-Harries, of High-street, Fishguard, and Mr David Morgan, mill manager at Messrs Gilbertson's iron and steel works, Pontar- dawe. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr W 0 Harries, was charmingiy attired in a tailor-made costume of amethyst hue, and wore a hat to match. She was at- tended by Miss Bessie Narbett, who was at- tractively gowned in blue, surmounted by a hat to match. Both bride and bridesmaid wore gold bangles, the gifts of the groom. The groom was attended by his uncle, Mr Morgan, of Whitland, and by his father, Mr Morgan, of Tynypant Farm, Pontardawe. Later in the day the happy couple left for Cardiff, where the honeymoon is being spent. Elsewhere.—In separate parts of this issae will be found reports of the monthly meet- ing of the Urban Council, of the attitude of that Authority towards the Market House Company, and of various local political meetings. R.G.A. There are no drills during the present week. The only order issued by Capt. G E Dunsdon emphasises that of last week' prohibiting Territorials from attending poli- tical meetings whilst in uniform. Farmers' Club.—-The. annual meeting of this organisation will take place at the Com- mercial Hotel this (Thursday) afternoon. Runaway.—At eight o'clock on Monday evening the driver of a light trap lost control of his horse, which dashed furiously down High-street, and, failing to turn sharply on the Square, mounted the footpath in front of Mrs Narbett's shop, and continued along that in front of the premises of Mr Joseph Rees, but was fortunately brought to a standstill ere any damage had been done. Bethel.—The Pastor, the Rev. D P David, will sit in the vestry of the above church on Wednesday next, January 19th, from 2 till 8 p.m., to receive the free will offerings of the members and of the adherents and friends towards the building fund. The method is a new one for the town, but has worked well in other places, and it is hoped that the Pastor will be encouraged with generous support in this good effort. Fancy Dress Bill.—Great interest is being taken in the above event which takes place on Wednesday next at the Temperance Hall. A large selection of coloured aud other Danc- ing Shoes have been specially ordered for the occasion, and ladies and gentlemen who have accepted the invitations can obtain the Shoes at a moderate charge at Hodges' Boot Stores, Market Square.—Advt. Eisteddfod.—We would draw attention to the advertisement in another column of the eisteddfod to be held at Glandwr Llanychare, in August next. Welcome News. — We understand that arrangements are well afoot for the opening in a couple of months of a hight-class steam laundry to serve Fishguard and district. Charity.—The recent fancy dress juvenile ball will result in upwards of £10 being hand- ed over to the funds of the Infirmary. County School.—A report of "Monday's function at this institution will appear in our next issue.

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HARMONY, PENCAER.

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