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BERACHAH CHAPEL.

■♦ Fishguard Castle Estate.

ILITTLENEWCASTLE.

ILETTERSTON.

TREVINE.

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JUVENILE TREAT AT HERMON.

PEMBROKESHIRE C. M. MONTHLY…

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Bethlehem.—The Rev. D J Evans, pastor of this place of worship, continues, we regret to learn, in that far from satisfactory state of health from which he has suffered ever since his fellow townsmen honoured him by nomi- nating him successfully for appointment as mayor of the Ancient Borough. On Sunday the pulpit was occupied by a student from Carmarthen College, who preached very ac- ceptably to large congregations. Departure.—Mr George Adams, son of Mr John Adams, of Rock House, left on Tuesday for the Tyneside in order to join one of Jones' Cardiff boats in the capacity of second engin- eer. St. Mary's Church.—In consequence of the advent of Lent, there was no service at this place of worship on Tuesday evening, nor will there be henceforth until Easter, but evensong and sermon will be rendered each Wednesday evening throughout that period, C.E.T.S.—The fortnightly entertainment under the auspices of this organisation's local branch was held at the accustomed venue- the Church Chapel-on Wednesday evening last week, when Capt. D Mathias, of Parrog, ably presided over a large audience, which manifested in no uncertain fashion its cordial appreciation of the excellence of the fare provided for its delectation. Pensioners.—The local committee for the administration of Old Age Pensions met in the Ancient Borough on Monday, there being present Alderman G B Bowen, J.P., Llwyn- gwair; Capt. T James, J.P., C.C., Glanteg Sj jVar A •' NewPort; and Mr D J Edwards, J.P., Eglwyswrw. Fourteen appli- cations were received and all were allowed, the full amount being granted in all cases save two, in which the pension was fixed at 4s per week. Retirement.-We regret to learn that, in consequence of ill health, Mr James Thomas of the Temperance Hotel, intends to retire from the posting business, and that the liv- ery stables are to be disposed of. He does not, however, propose to relinquish the Mail contract, which will be continued as hereto- fore.. s If you see it in the Echo it is so; if you see it elsewhere it is probably NOT so.

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Fishguard and Goodwick Education…

County Assessment.

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PUNCHESTON.

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Mr. Roch Goes to South Africa.

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Concert at Goodwick.

CRICKET.

Family Notices

PROBABLE CANDIDATES.

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IPetty and Licensing.

Brief Results.

CO-OPERATIVE FARMING.

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