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The Kecent Lecture: An Explanation

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FARTHIING DAMAGES AND INJUNCTION.…

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I THOMAS DAVIES, mariner, of Parrog, 9 Newport (Pem.), hereby give notice that I will not be responsible for any debt or debts contracted bv my wife, Mary Hannah Davies, after this date. (Signed) TIIOMAS DAVIES. ist Feb., 1910. SPRING CLEANERS will do well to visit Fountain House, Newport, to inspect the splendid stock of Wall-Papers just arrived. All new goods and this season's designing, will be offered at the very lowest prices. Vaccination.—Erom a return of vaccina- tion for the last half year from Newport dis- trict it appears the number of births were 50 successfully vaccinated, 41 dead unvaccin- ated, 5 number of conscientious objections 4- Wedding.—Oa the 25th ult at the Regis- trars' Office, Cardigan, in the presence of the Registrar, the nuptials were celebrated of Mr Daniel Davies, Pengawse, Newport, and Miss Catherine Evans, Pensalltfach, Llanh- angel-Penbedw. Appointmeut.—Sir Mariteine Lloyd, Bart. has been unanimously appointed chairman of the Newcastle Emiyn bench of magistrates in succession to the late Mr A H Jones, of Penrailt. Funeral.—The interment took place in the parish churchyard, on Wednesday of last week, of the remains of the late Master John Brown Thomas, son of Mr William Thomas, of Greystone House, whose untimely demise we chronicled in our last issue. The Rector (Rev. D G Phillips) oilictated in the house, at the churcn, and at the graveside, the spectacle at the committal being one which will linger long in the memories of those who participa- ted in the mournful ceremony. Deep snow covered the ground, adding a weird effect to the large assembly of mourners and sympa- thisers, included amongst whom were the children of the Council School, and the mem- bers of the local branch of the Order of Rechabltes, of which the deceased had been a member. A large number of floral tributes testified to the esteem in which he had been held. At the close of the service "The Christian's farewell" was touchingly sung by the assembled children. A Record.—Mrs Margretta Howells, who is resigning the position of cleaner of the schools, has discharged the duties of that office for the past 22 years, during the whole of which period she has never experienced a single day's illness, nor once been absent. Maritime Matters.—On Saturday, Mr Fred Howells, of Long-street, left for North Shields in order to rejoint the s s. "Azov" (Capt. Thomas), which is a new screw steamer of 15,560 tons burden, built by Smith's Dry Dock Co., of North Shields. She sails from the Albert Edward Dock for Calio, her first officer being Mr Willie Richards, of Hillstone House, Parrog.—Mr Willie Davies, of Dan- dre, left for Cardiff on Monday, in order to rejoin the s s. Savannah (Capt. James), of 8,700 tons' burden.

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NEW YEAR RE-UNION.

Family Notices

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