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Disturbances at Henner.

Fishguard Slaughter-house.

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DINAS CROSS.

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DINAS CROSS. Political.Polling for the vacant seat in the parliamentary representation of the county will take place at the Fishguard Conncil School on Friday.—The Rev J W Maurice was one of the speakers at the great Liberal demonstration in Fishguard on Saturdayevening.-A well-attended and en- thusiastic meeting in support of tne candida- ture of Mr W F Roch was held in the Coun- cil School on Monday evening, under the presidency of the Rev George Morgan, Ty- hen, when rousing speeches were delivered by the Rev J W Maurice, aud Messrs P Rees, Glaodwr; D Gwion Thomas and B G Lle- whelin, Fishguard, and Arthur Davies, Good- wick. Tabor.—At a meeting of this church on Sunday evening, it was unanimously decided to procure an organ, the arrangements for raising the requisite funds being left in the hands of Mrs James, of Glanteg Mrs George, Angorfa Mrs George, Ciiwenen Mrs Davies, Garn; Mrs Griffiths, Capel; and Mrs Thomas, Castle Green, together with Capt. James, J.P. and Messrs D Thomas, D Harries, Llewellyn Vaughan, T D Maurice, and D Thomas, F.T.S.C. I At Home.—Capt Davies, of Tower Hill, j has arrived home, as has also Capt Williams, of Garden Terrace, the latter coming from Barry Dock on Tuesday. Convalascents.—New was received a short time ago that Capt John, of Glandwr, had been laid up in hospital at Panama, stricken with malaria we are pleased to be able to record that he is now out and about once more, and rapidly recovering his wonted health and strength.—We are also gratified to be able to record the fact that Mr W Phillips, of Yetybontbren, who has been very seriously ill in hospital at Leith, is now pro- gresseng favourably towards recovery. C horal.—A successful voice-training class has been organised by Mr D Thomas, F.T.S.C Literary.—The Rector (Rev. W Glynfab Williams) has kindly presented a number of volumes to the school library.

IN MEMORIAM.

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Foresters' Meeting at Fishguard.

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