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FISHGUARD. CLIVE ROAD GARDENS.-E. E. Andrew, Market Gardener and Florist, Wreaths, Crosses and Bouquets made to order on short- est notice. Farmers' Club.—A paragraph which has gone the round of the Press conveys the entire- ly fallacious impression that this organisation was enabled last year to place r,5o to reserve and yet had a balance of £ 50 in hand as a result of the last cattle show. As a matter of fact, the £ "150 represents the accumulated reserve of previous years, the £ 50 constituting the profit during 1909. Carelessly-phrased reports such as this are calculated to injure the club by inducing subscribers to believe that its financial needs are less than is actually the case. Personal.—Mr W M Treglown, the well- known mining engineer, who was associated so intimately with the construction of Fish- guard Harbour, paid a flying visit to the locality on Wednesday of last week, meeting with a cordial welcome at the hands of many old friends. Accident.—On Saturday, John Reid, a resi- dent of Fishguard, who is employed as a fireman aboard the St. Andrew," fell down the engine-room ladder, and fractured two ribs, which were subsequently set bj Dr. W O'Donnell. Children's Dance.—The following are the receipts and expenditure in connection with the children's dance held recently at the Council Schools in aid of the Haverfordwest Infirmary :—Receipts—Messrs W M Treglown, London 10s 6d; W R Carver, Fishguard ios; W T Walters. L. & P. Bank ios; br. W O'Donnell, Fishguard ios; Miss Chambers, Glynymel 5s Messrs Nott, Bristol 5s; V J G Johns, Manorowen 5s; Cook, Swansea 5s Snow, Swansea 59; J F Lloyd, Carmarthen 5s Ham, Carmarthen 5s; Dixon, Swansea 5s; A Friend 5s; Messrs Bromley, Bristol 2s 6d; Farr, Bristol 2S 6d W N Evans, Car- marthen 2s 6d; Hunt, Bristol 2s 6d; Capt. Johns, Fishguard 2s; Mr Balchin, London 2s; Mr Robins, Goodwick is 6d; Capt. Dunsdon, Goodwick is Mr Woolcock, Cardigan is; A Friend, Fishguard is; tickets sold, £ 5 lis 3d; taken at door, £ 3 2s 6d cakes sold after, 3S 4d; total, £14 is id. Payments—Mr J F Lloyd £ 1 gs 3d, fancy cakes 5s, stamps 8<it rusks 3s iod, coal 2s, Lewis, caretaker 2s 6^ oranges is 3d, pastry 2s, hire cups and sau. cers 3s id, use of piano 5s 6d, gas 5s, messen. ger boy 6d, total £ 3 os yd handed to the Infirmary, ^"n os 6d. Dance.—A dance and social will be held in the National Schools on Friday evening. One of the rooms will be reserved for whist. Literary Evening. A literary evening which was to have been spent at the Inter- mediate Schools on Monday was abandoned owing to the prevalence of illness amongst the scholars. Unique Craft.—On Sunday there arrived in the Lower Town Harbour from Amlwch, a three-master schooner fitted with an auxiliary oil engine, being probably the first craft of the kind ever seen in local, waters. After dis- charging a cargo of manure, she put off into the roadstead on Tuesday, there to await a tide which will permit of her beaching at Goodwick. Cymmrodorion. This Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, in the Council School, the Rev T M James, rector of Meline, will deliver a lecture (in Welsh) on Neilltuolion a theithi rhai o'r Beirdd Cymreig."—Admission free. Sessions.—The monthly petty and first annual licensing sessions will be held in the Town Hall on Wednesday afternoon.

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