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GOODWICK NEWS. 1

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GOODWICK NEWS. 1 HOCKEY.—There will be a practice game of the Goodwick Hockey Club on the sands at 2.30 o'clock next Saturday afternoon, when all members are invited to attend. ENGLISH CAUSE.—Last Sunday t,venial- at the close of the service at t! e English Con- gregational Church, Mr A!. Moses s wig a sacred solo.—The services next. Sunday will be taken by Rev. J. Williams, Saundersfoot. The usual weekly meeting of the Goodwick Debating Society was- heid in the hVading Room on Friday evening last, at 7.30 o'chick, Mr G. Lambert Gibson ii; the chair, when Mr A. H. Clark proposed That the human race has lost more than it has gained by the advance of civilization," and Mr Dunstau opposed, both having very able papers. Afterwards the discussion was t:ik#n part in hy the follow- ing:—Messrs H. Johns, A. B. Edwards, E. W. Watson, M. Moses, E. W. Drew, vVin. Evans, J. C. Bowen, and Rev. a. B. Williaui*. On a show of hands, 8 voted for and 11 against. The next meeting of the Debating Society will be held at 7.30 to-morrow (Friday) evening, when Mr Emile Evans, Goodwick, will move that Party politics exercise a pernicious influence." Mr D. Reynolds, rrehoweli, will oppose. + >I: GOEDWIG.-The services at this cbaped nc-xt Sunday will be conducted by llcv. T. C. Pricr:, Holyhead. Yesterday (Wednesday) afternoon, at 3 o'clock, the induction services of the new vicar, Rev. Lincoln Lewis, was held in Llanwnda Parish Church by the Archdeacon of St. David's. A service WAS held fit 7.3u p.m. in St. Peter's Church, Goodwick, instead of the usual Tuesday nighr, service, when the Archdeacon of St. David's preached.