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FISHGUARD NEWS.

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u- -u-- _CC_ GOODWICK. Our Goodwick agent, Mr D. L. Llewellyn, chemist, moved yesterday (Wednesday) from the Myrtle Pharmacy to a new and more com- modious premises which have 4)een fitted up for him next to the" Hope and Anchor." At 7 p.m. yesterday (Wednesday), in St. Peter's Church, Rev. J. ,J. Evans, vicar of Walton East, gave a similar lecture to the one reported in Fishguard news, in aid of the S.P.G. A collection was taken at the ciose. FOOTBALL.—Last Saturday afternoon an Association match was played on Pen Cw between teams representing North and South Pembrokeshire. The final score was South Pembrokeshire, 3 goals North Pembrokeshire, nil. A Smoking Concert will be held in the Reading Room to-morrow (Friday) evening at lA'y p,m the proceeds of which will be for the benefit, of Dick Blake, who injured his left arm when plaj ing football on Pen Cw on Boxing Day. Admission will be sixpence, and tobacco will be provided for ali. At a meeting of the Llanwnda Parish Council, held at 7.30 p.m. last Tuesday, in Henner School, the following were presenf — Messrs John Williams. Pontiago (in the chair), D. Howell Perkins. J. C. Bowen, W. Evans, Coxswain Thomas, D. John, J. W, Llewellyn, Dd. Lewis, Bristgarn and the clerk, Mr Jas. Hvans.— letter from Mr W. Davies George, clerk to the Education Committee, v/ith regard to the proposed new school at Fishguard, was read.—Councillor Evans proposed that the President, Vice-President (Mr Howell Perkins). and the Cierk form a committee to see to the planting of the ('eiiietei-v.-iN[r D. John second- ed, and Was cti vied.-Tiiis was all the busille.s of public interest.

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