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GOODWICK. Football.—On the Pen Cw enclosure, on Saturday afternoon, In the presence of a large and interested crowd of spectators, the Traffic and Marine Departments of the Harbour Staff contested the issue in connection with the preliminary stages of the tussel for the Nesbitt Cup. The Landlubbers were repres- ented by Griffin, goal; Earle and Andrews, backs Evans, Morris, and Griffin, halves; and Summons, Mason, Jones, and Hoskins. Their Seafaring opponents were Manning, goal Hood and Griffiths, backs; Ben Thomas, Sharpe, and T Cardiff, halvesl; and Jones, W Thomas, C Miles, D Jenkins, and Dickinson, forwards. From start to finish the game proved to be of a very interesting character, and the verdict of five goals to nil in favour of the Traffic must not be regarded as being indicative that the Marine did not put in some sterling work. As a matter of fact they experienced hard times in failing to score on more than one occasion. For the victors, Jones secured two goals (one from a penalty), whilst the others were scored by Dickenson, Ben Thomas and Miles repect- ively. Ecclesiastical.- The Vicar (Rev E Lincoln Lewis, B.A., preached at Carmarthen on Sunday, the pulpit at St Peter's Church being occupied by the Rev Mr Davies, cur- ate at Abergwyli. Personal.—Mr Sambrook, chief goods clerk to the G. W. R. Co., returned from holiday on Tuesday, when Mr A E Miles departed on his vacation, his place being taken by Mr Martin, of the District Superintendent's office at Swansea. 'Tects Tricked. By the failure of the Lusitania to call on Monday evening, two detectives who had been stopping at Fish- guard since the preceding Saturday upon business concerning which they were naturally very reticent, were compelled to depart empty handed Cunard Chatter.—The R.M.S. Lusitania,' proceeding direct from New York to Fish- guard, failed to call locally at the latter port, on Monday evening, despite the fact that every preparation for her reception had been made by the Great Western, Cunard and Customs officials, She had aboard 436 pas- sengers and a considerable quantity of mails. The next vessel is the Campania," which is due at about six o'clock on the evening of Tuesday week. St Peter's Church.—The concreting for the foundations of this new edifice is proceed- apace. Sands Bridge. The temporary timber span crossing the Parrog road has been re- moved and replaced by a permanent girder structure. Appointment. Mr Morgan, switchboard attendant at the Harbour Power-house, leaves on Tuesday to take up a more responsible position of a similar character under the Great Eastern Railway Company at Liver- pool Street Station, London. Congregation Church.—A tea aDd enter- tainment—for the latter of which an excellent programme is in course of preparation-will be given in this English place of worship on Tuesday. B,rachali.-At this place of worship on on Thursday of next week a Children's Guild will be inaugurated by a magic lantern and musical entertainment. The objects of the Guild, as set forth by the pro- moters are such as should commend them- selves to every member of the Christian com- I munity, and it is to be trusted that the in- augural gathering will be well attended. Charitable Concert.—A high-class concert will be given in Goedwig Chapel on the 8th prox. under the auspices of the Fishguard Harbour Works Male Voice Choir. The proceeds are to be devoted to the relief of Mr Arthur Davies, late of the Construction Works who for a considerable period has been unable to follow his occupation as carpenter, owing to ill health.The Chapel authorities have genrously placed the edifice gratuitously at the < disposal of the promoters, whilst the members of the choir—both individually and collec- tively-are leaving rto effort unspared-to ensure the submission of a first-class pro- gramme. The object to which the funds are to be devoted is one of an eminently deserv- ing character, and it is sincerely to be hoped that it will receive at the hands of the public that measure of generous support which it unquestionably merits.

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