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The preacher at Bethel English Baptist Church next Sunday will be the Rev. — Thomas, Landore. .■ The sixth of the series of Oxford Exten- sion Lectures will be delivered in the County School to-morrow evening at 8 o'clock, by Mr J. P. Maine, B.Sc., on How man learnt to write." The lecture will be illustrated by lime-light views. This (Thursday) evening, at 8 o'clock, a concert will be given in the Temperance Hall by the Fishguard Orchestral Society. The following are the artistes :—Soprano, Miss M. Thomas; mezzo-soprano, Mrs Capt. Williams tenor, Mr W. Bateman solo violin, Mr T. M. Gye solo piccolo and stroh violin, Mr Dan Osborne. The accompanist will be Miss Ruby Davies. Tickets, 2s, is, and 6d. A Cinderella was held in the County School on Friday evening last as a farewell to Mrs Towers, who is leaving shortly for Cardiff. The room was prettily decorated for the occasion, and a very enjoyable evening was spent, about fifty being pres- ent. The duties of M.C. were taken by Mr Gledhill, and Miss Lily Rosser acted as accompanist. Refreshments, which had been given by different ladies, were provi- ded in the interval. Dancing was kept up untill 12.30. The proceeds were to reduce the debt on the pictures at the County School. On Thursday morning last, at 10.30, in the Roman Catholic Church, Miss Eliza- beth Patrick, of Letterston, was married to Mr John Gough, Bench Cottage, Good- wick, by the Rev. Father Nightingale. The bride was dressed in a blue cloth costume, with hat to match. The best man was Mr John Todd, and the brides- maid was Mrs Turner, who also wore a blue cloth costume, with hat to match. After the ceremony the party drove to Mrs Turner's, at 2, Beach Cottages, Goodwick, where Mr Gough formerly lodged, for dinner. In the afternoon the party drove to Haverfordwest, returning to Beach Cot- tages at 7. The happy pair then left for 1, The Cottages, Dyffryn, Goodwick. The conveyance was provided by Mr Richards, Royal Oak. Mr Wm. J. Stead, nephew of Mrs David Lloyd, Penrhyn House, Penslade, and Inspector on the G.W. Railway, has, owing to ill health, come here for a change. We trust that he will be greatly benefitted by the bracing air of our little town. We are sorry to hear of the prolonged illness of Mr W. Brinn, youngest son of Supt. Brinn, High Street, who is at present seriously ill. We wish him a speedy re- covery. To-morrow (Friday) evening the North Pembrokeshire Farmers' Club and friends will entertain Mr W. R. Carver at a com- plimentary banquet at the Commercial Hotel, as an appreciation of his services whilst secretary of the club.—Mr J. C. Yorke will read a paper at the'Commercial Hotel, at 4 p.m., on The progress and development of the breed of Welsh Black Cattle and the steps which should be taken in the interests thereof." The banquet will follow at 6.30. The Rev. Bowen Rees, a missionary from Africa, will preach at the Tabernacle Chapel on Wednesday evening next. Mr Rees has been for some time in the mission field, and has done great work. He is an eloquent preacher, and it is hoped that the Tabernacle folk, as well as others, will make- a. special effort to be present. We have been asked to acknowledge the following subscriptions towards the Taber- nacle Chapel Building. Fund, which have been collected by Mrs Edward Davies, Lower Town :—Dr. J. M. Owen, J.P., £ 1 is; E. D. -Jones, Esq., J.P., £ 1 is; W. T. Walters, Esq., 10s; T. G. Bennett, Esq., 10s 6d; Mrs M. Rees, 10s C. Daun- cey, Esq., Pontypool, £ 1 is; Total, £ 13s 6d. Whilst warming gelignite by means of a hot-water apparatus early on Monday morn- ing on the Fishguard new railway at Ford, near Letterston, 6lb of stuff exploded, in- juring three navvies, one of whose clothes were blown to tatters and driven by the force of the explosion into various parts of the body. The other two were working eight yards away, and these received more or less extensive injures. They were con- veyed to the huts, and Dr. O'Donnell was telegraphed for and was promptly in at- tendance. This is the third explosive accident within six weeks, one having been fatal. The return match between the North and South Pembrokes will be played at Maesgwynne field on Saturday next. The following team has been selected to repres- ent the North :—Goal, Stevens full backs, Roche, Rochefort; half-backs, S. J. Pitt, J. Gibbon, R. Dellar forwards, G. Moses, D. Lewis, R. P. Lewis, R. Thomson, and Ll. Davies. All lovers of football will have a chance of seeing a fine game, es- pecially if the weather holds favourable. Kick-off at 3.15. Admission 3d.

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