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National Schools.—A Social will be held in these buildings on Friday of next week. Company Meetings.—The annual meetings of the Fishguard Harbour Improvement Co. and of the Fishguard Market House Co. will be held in the Town Hall on Friday and Saturday respectively, the former at 3.15 and the latter at three o'clock. Bethel Mutual Improvement Society.—The first meeting of the second half of the session will be held in the Vestry this Thursday even- ing, at 8.15, when a debate, to be opened by Messrs Pyle and Bristow, will take place on Is the conduct of modern sport conducive to true manliness ? The chair will be taken by the Pastor; Rev. D Phillips David. 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 38 11 d--spleiidid value.—Business established ( 35 years ago.—Advt. I Fancy Dress Ball.—It is anticipated that there will be a large number present at this ball to-night (Wednesday), and rnmour hath it that the fair and sterner sexes are busy pre- paring their fancy costumes, in order tnat they may secure the prizes offered for the best lady's and gentlemen's costume respectively. Dr. and Mrs O'Donnell have kindly consented to act as judges. Spectators may view the fes- tive scene from the gallery on payment of an admission fee of one shilling. The costumes will be judged at 8 p.m., prior to the com- mencement of the dancing. I Farmers' Club.—In anotner portion ot this issue will be found a report of the annual meeting of this organisation, which is also re- ferred to in our editorial columns. Funeral.—The funeral took place at Her- mon Cemetery on Saturday last, the Rev. D Phillips David officiating in the presence of a large and sympathetic gathering of mourn- ers and friends, of Mrs Margaret Llewhelin, widow of the late Capt. Llewhelin, of Maes- gwynne. The deceased lady, who was in her 73rd year, was well-known and highly re- spected in Fishguard and the locality, and was one of the founders of Bethel English Baptist Chapel. About twelve months ago she removed to Tenby, and there, after a lengthy illness she passed away on Tuesday of last week. The chief mourners present at the interment were Mr B G Llewhelin, Maes- gwynne the Rev. and Mrs T L Evans, Tenby and Mr and Mrs W D Griffiths, Castle Stores, Fishguard. Will.—Mr Edward Towers, of 5, Park Wern-road, Swansea, formerly of Grove- place, Swansea, who died on December 14th, aged 67 years, managing director of the Albion Dock Company, left estate of the gross value of [1,014, with net personalty £ '299, and the executors named his wife, Mrs Isalella Towers. Mr Thomas, Singleton, haviug renounced probate, letters of adminis- tration, with will annexed, have been granted to his son, Mr James William Towers, of 33, Woodlands-terrace, marine engineer, formerly of Fishguard. Wedding. The wedding took place ija Hermon Chapel on Saturday last, of Mr William Evans, of Fishguard, and Mrs Mary John, of Scleddy. Mr William Watkin acted as best man, while the bridesmaids were, Miss P A John, and Miss Letitia Howells, of Greenland. The Rev Dan Davies officiated. Present. at home were Mrs Mary Ann Williams, Miss Elizabeth John, and Miss Margaret John, (daughters). We wish them long life and happiness. Mr David Griffiths, High-street, supplied the carriages.

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