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ST. DAVIDS The Bessie Clark (Capt. Tucker) has arrived with a cargo of Newport coal for Mr. H. Morris, merchant. The "Pembrokeshire Almanac" is now on sale at Mrs. R. D. Thomas, New Street, and at Mr. W. D. Williams, Gwalia. Price, 2d. Presentation.—The Rev. G. P. Gabriel (for be- tween 8 and 9 years minor canon of St. Davids), who resigned the position of sub-chanter on appointment to the Vicarage of Warren, Pem- broke, was on Wednesday last presented by Mrs. Dean Smith with a gold watch and chain on behalf of his many friends and well-wishers in St. Davids. The Vicar, Rev. Biggerton Evans, the Dean, and others expressed their great regret at Mr. Gabriel's departure, and their best wishes for his happiness and pros- perity in his new sphere of duty. Mr. Gabriel suitably acknowledged the gift, which would always remind him of his old friends in St. David's. Church Defence.—The second of the series of lectures was given on Tuesday last at the Na- lectures was given on Tuesday last at the Na- tional School, by the Rev. A. Biggertn Evans, sub-chanter of the Cathedral. The subject was, "The relation of the British and English Churches." The lecturer treated the subject in a masterly way, and the lecture, which was lis- tened to by a most attentive audience. The Very Rev. the Dean, in proposing a vote of thanks to Mr. Evans, said he was sure these instinctive lectures would be a great help to all true lovers of the Church, and would mater- ially assist in educating churchpeople in the history of their ancient Church. He was sure all would agree that the vicar (Rev. D. J. Jones) deserved great thanks for the trouble he had taken in organising the series of lec- tures. The next lecture will be on Tuesday, February 4th, at the National School at 7.30 p.m., and will be given by Mr. Francis Green. A most enjoyable evening was spent at the Grove Hotel on Wednesday last, the occasion being a dinner given by a local sporting gentle- man in the neighbourhood to farmers and others who have given him permission to shoot over their lands. The company numbered 55, and included, with others, the following: Col. Smith, Lieut. Rowe, Messrs. Williams, D. Roberts, Treginnis; W. H. Jones, Prospect Hotel; J. Howard Griffiths, C.C., Lleithyr; Gil- bert Martin, City Hotel; W. H. Phillips, Cwmw- dig; H. Hunt (chief of coastguards); J. Dodd Griffiths; W. Arnold, Penarthur; W. Harries, Trepuet; W. Griffith, • Rickeston; H. Rees, Carnwchwrn; John Thomas, Lleithdy; E. H. Lewis, Hendre House; John Owen, Gwryd Bach; W. J. Richards, Hendre; Dr. W. Wilfred Williams, Philip Owen, Llanferran; W. D. Beynon, and W. J. Beynon, Penlan; W. Davies, Clegyrboia; Luther B. Rees, Mynydd-du; E. J. Martin, Trehenlliw; W. Monger, E. Childs, Tre- leddin ;Roberts and F. and W .Thomas, Lower Treginnis; W. James, Croeswdig; and James Williams, etc. The dinner consisted of soup, cod, and egg sauce, roast beef, mutton and pork, plum pudding, mince pies, and other sweets, with cheese, celery, and dessert was splendidly served and put on the table, and the host and hostess (Mr. and Mrs. Barkway), deserved and obtained very great credit. The table decorations were excellent. A few speech- es were made afterwards in proposing toasts. A pianoforte solo was given by Mr. A. J. Bibb, F.R.A., and songs by Messrs. Rowe, Jones, and I Monger, and the inimitable James Williams, who was great in a typical song on the present 1 company. "Auld Lang Syne" closed a very pleasant evening.

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