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The Kecent Lecture: An Explanation

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FARTHIING DAMAGES AND INJUNCTION.…

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HAVE YOU FRIENDS OVER IN PEMBROKE…

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DINAS CROSS. 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. Alleged Assault.—Some remarkable evi- dence was given at the Fishguard Police Court on Saturday and Tuesday when a charge of assaulting his foster fa'ther and threatening his foster mother, was preferred against Ivor Hail Jones, a well-known resi- dent of Dinas Cross. A fulll report of the judicial proceedings will be found in another column of this issue. Astronomical.—The comet has been seen by quite a ndmber of Dinasites, and has aroused a great deal of interest locally. Election.—Nowhere was the result of the recent Parliamentary contest for the repre- sentation of the county better celebrated than at Penwenol, the residence of Mr W George, which was prettily illuminated, whilst a huge bonfire added to the festive appearanee of the grounds. Illness.—We regret to learn of the some- what serious illness of Mr Bennett, Castle Hill.—The Rev J W Maurice was confined to his bed on Sunday, and, as a consequence, prayer meetings were at Tabor, substituted for the customary services. We are gratified to learn that the rev. gentleman is now about again. Maritime.—The sailing ship Eudora,' under the command of Capt D George, of Angorfa, arrived at Hamburg 011 Monday from the West Coast of Chili. In and Out of Town.—Mr J Phillips, of Yetybontbren, has arrived home.—On Friday Mr J J Harries, of Castle terrace, left for Liverpool, in order to join as second officer the Houston liner 'Honorious."—O11 Tuesday Mr David Harries, of Soar Hill, left for Barry, in order to join the s.s. King Howell.' Concert.—On Friday evening an excellent concert programme was submitted in the Council School to an audience the dimensions of which were extremely satisfactory in view of the rough state of the weather. Capt. T James, J.P., C.C., of Glanteg, presided, and Miss Dtew discharged the duties of accom- panist. The programme, which opened with a well-executed pianoforte solo by Christiana John, embraced the following items :Recita- tions, Gretta Williams, Myrtle Williams, G Jones, Tommy Green, John Mendus, Willie Mendus, Elwyn Jenkins, Auronwv Evans, Tyfv Evans, Harry Calder, George Thomas, Ernest Evans, Campbell Bennett, William Davies, D 0 Llewelyn, John Rees, Carey Johns, James Thomas, W J Thomas, Archie Llewelyn, W S I Thomas, Enid Evans, Edgar Jenkins, James B Jones, Martha A Harris, John J Evans, Morgan George and Mr T G Rees solos, E Rowlands, Sarah A Thomas, Martha A Harris, Miss M A Howell, Miss Francis, Messrs D A John, T G Rees, T D Maurice: duets, Messrs T G Rees and T D Maurice, and Misses M and M Francis; chorus, Last Rose of Summer," children.

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