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Haverfordwest Petty Sessions.

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I A PLEASING PRESENTATION.

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LOCAL HARVEST FESTIVALS.I

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! "BETWEEN YOU AND ME." 1

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I Portfield Fair.

IMILFORD HAVEN.

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INEYLAND CHURCH MISSION.

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I NEYLAND CHURCH MISSION. I HARVEST THANKSGIVING SERVICE. The first of the above services was held in the National Schoolroom, on Thursday, October 6th, when a special sermon was preached by the Rev. E. J. Howells, B.A., of Milford, the following clergy also took part in the service :—Rev. L. H. Rumsey, M.A., vicar of Llanstad- well; Rev. W. F. Davies, B.A., curate of Llanstadwell; and the Rev. Mr Evans, curate of St. John's, Pembroke Dock. The service was very bright and hearty throughout, the room being crowded by an appreciative congregation. On Sunday morning (the first morning service held in the Mission Room), the Vicar officiated and preached a suitable sermon. In the afternoon the Rev. Silas Phillips, B.A., rector of St. John's, Pembroke Dock, addressed the children of the Sunday School, and the same gentleman also preached at the evening service when the Harvest Festival was continued, and the room was again filled to its utmost limits. The congregation could not fail to be struck with the excellent manner in which the choir performed their part of the services, the expressive rendering of the hymns and the anthem being particularly pleasing. The greatest credit is due to the choirmaster (Mr T. E. Williams), and the organist (Miss Gwen Griffiths), for the great pains they have taken in training the children, the services of both being given voluntarily. The room was most tastefully decorated for the servioes, and there was an abundant show of fruit, flowers, and vegetables. A finely executed text, the work of Mr Lyndon Nicholls, was much admired. The collections-to which was added the amount realised bv the sale of fruit &-e-were for the Assistant Clergy Fund, the net receipts being over S7. We are glad to be in a position to say that the contract for the erection of the New Church will be placed almost immediately. 1. m

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