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Religious Progress at Goodwick

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FISHGUARD. Window Transparent Papers in all shades may be had at the Echo Newsagency- High-street and West-street. Tabernacle.—The Rev W. Lloyd, of Tre- degar, formerly pastor of Ford and Horeb Congregational Churches, Letterston, officia- ted at the Tabernacle Chapel on Sunday evening last, preaching very impressively to a numerous congregation. A SOUVENIR.—Now on sale at the Echo Newsagencies, a Souvenir of Fishguard and Goodwick," a bock containing a collection of sixteen permanent views of Fishguard and Goodwick, with descriptive letterpress, and which has been produced at considerable expense. The price is only one shilling. A better collection of views would be almost impossible to produce. The Sanitary Inspectorship.- The adjourn- ed committee meeting of the Urban Council on Thursday evening last had under consi- deration the applications of the nine appli- cants for the post of sanitary inspector and surveyor, the number having been reduced from thirty-seven to nine at the previous meeting. After again carefully considering the applications and testimonials of the ap- plicants the council unanimously resolved to select three out of the nine to appear before a committee of the council on Monday afternoon next so as to enable them to decide which 1 of the three to recommend to the council at its meeting the same evening. COAL-Now due, a cargo of Best Large House Coal, 20S per ton ex-ship.Cuthbert Thomas, Fishguard.—Advt. Hermon Sunday School.- To-morrow (Friday) Hermon Sunday School will journey by train leaving Goodwick at 9.40 to Rose- bush for the annual tea treat. Mr. W. O. Thomas, Railway House (the superintendent) has been most assiduous in his efforts in having the arrangements complete and it needs only a fine day to make the outing a very enjoyable one. The school will meet at the chapel afterwards marching to the station. All connected with the church and school are heartily welcomed. Cattle Show.—A detailed report of this annual function and of the concert by which it was followed will be found elsewhere in this issue, whilst comments thereupon appear in the editorial column. Salvage.The Crystal," which sank in the roadstead some twelve months ago, and was afterwards salved, which has been under repair in the harbour at Lower Town, is approaching completion. Lifeboat.—Mr W J Vaughan, hon. secretary to Fishguard Branch of the Lifeboat Institution requests us to state that the post of Superin- tendant Coxswain for the Fishguard lifeboat is now vacant by reason of the resignation of Mr James Thomas, and that applications for the post must be forwarded to the hon. secre- tary on or before Thursday the 23rd inst. Full particulars as to salary will be supplied on application to Mr Vaughan. The Farmers Arms.—At the the Cemmaes Petty Sessions, held at Eglwyswrw on Tues- day, Mr W. J. Vaughan, solicitor, Fishguard, applied for the transfer of the license of the Farmers' Arms, Fishguard, from the late Capt William Harries Davies to Mr Alfred John Williams, which was granted. Mr Vaughan, in applying, stated that the appli- cant had been in occupation since shortly after the death of Capt Davies, during which time the premises had been well conducted. Choir Outing.On Thursday last the choir from Hill Park Baptist Chapel, Haver- fordwest, numbering about 60, visited Fish- guard for their annual outing and were cater- ed for at Symmons' Temperance Hotel and Restaurant, Tower Hill. Straying Cattle.—At the Cemmaes Petty Sessions held at Eglwsyswrw, before Messrs T Corby and D J Edwards, on Tuesday, Per Burke, a travelling gipsy, was sum- moned by Supt Brynn, for having permitted three horses to stray on the highway at Fishguard on the 20th ult. P.-c. Rowlands proved the offence, and defendant, who did not appear, was fined a shilling in respect of each animal with 4s costs. Parish Council.—A meeting of the Fish- guard South Parish Council was held on Tuesday evening last at the Girls' National ^h^ojroom, Mr_W. G. James, J.P., Pantyihil- J. 'H. Davies (dm), J. L. and the clerk, Mr A. J. Hodges. The only business of public interest transacted was that of passing some small accounts for payment. A Nuisance to Lower Town.—At the Cem- maes Petty Sessions, held at Eglwvswrw, before Messrs T Corby and D J Edwards, on Tuesday, David Jenkins Thomas, of Lower Town, Fishguard, was summoned for having behaved in a disorderly manner whilst under the influence of drink on the 8th inst.-P.C. Rowlands testified to the commission of the offence in Oua v Street, and stated that the defendant had previously broken a window belonging to Mr Henry Evans by throwing stones. Witness bad a great deal of trouble to induce him home. He added that he was a jrrc^~ nuis- ance to the inhabitants of Lower Town by reason of his drunken condition and the disturbance which he created.— This bei!1g- defendant's second offeree within a yar, hr- was fined 10s with 6s 6d costs, being allowcd until Saturday night to-obtain the money. Forthcoming Marriage.—A marriage has been arranged between Alwyn Foster, fourth son of John Foster, of Coombe Park, Whit- church, Oxon, and Muriel Frances Corbett, third daughter of the late Uverdale Bennet Corbett, of Crabwall Hall, Nottingham, Chester. Miss Corbett is the sister of Mrs O'Donnell, of Fishguard, and the prospective groom is not unknown in the town. v^ricket.—Jr ishguard Cricket Club will en- tertain St David's on Saturday afternoon. In the improbable event of fine weather prevail- ing an interesting match may be anticipated. Lawn Tennis. Entries for the second annual tournament promoted by the Fish- guard Lawn Tennis Club, and which com- mences on Monday next, are coming in apace. Amongst those who have signified their in- tention of participating is Miss Douglas, sister of the gentleman who has, for many years, held the English championship. It is to be trusted that the function will be favour- ed with better weather than were the recent international contests at Wimbledon, when the game was—for probably the first time in historv- oiffcially graced by the presence of Royalty. Otter Hunt.—On Saturday morning the hounds met in the Square, and a fine drag was followed along the Gwaen Valley. No find took place until Pontfane had beca passed, and ultimately the otter succeeded in escaping. Amongst those pariicipating were Mr Harries, (M.F.H., Carmarthen),Mr Thomas, and party, Trehale; Mr Forbes, Saundersfoot, Dr and Mrs Thomas, Whitland; Miss Hut- chinson, Capt Fowler, .Mr Harvey, Capt Thos Harries, Swansea; Mr C Pool, Barry Island Mr Thomas, Lochturffin Mrs Owen, Bryny- mor; Mrs Thomas, Mr Tombs, Miss Bowen, Carmarthen Mr and Mrs Carver; Miss Katie Rees, Miss Evan Thomas, Miss Jones, Mr Phillips, Lloyds Bank, Mrs Swete, Mr. Guild and Mr I Burns. Sir Marteine Llovd joined the hunt en route. It is hoped tli:. the pack will visit Solva next week, and th t a further meet at Fishguard will be arranged at an early date, Saturday's run having been regarded as one of the most successful on record.—A run to Pontfelinmorris took place on Monday, there being present Mrs Thomas, Miss Hutchinson, and Miss Rees, together with a goodly compliment of gentlemegV. The river proved to be in a very swollen con- diton. A very fine drag was hunted,and in thf, jungle a vixen was discovered, and. a terrt., unearthed a cub, both of which: weye forte atelv saved. Telegraphic Breakdown. Ccnside*e inconvenience was occasioned on afternoon and evening, and early on the following morning by a telegraph breakdown which left Fishguard isolate; and necessi- tated the forwarding of telegrams by pest. The defect, which developed between four and five o'clock in the afternoon, was not remedied until 9.30 a.m. Bethel English Baptist Church'.—Yesterday (Wednesday) this congregation, whose spacious new home in West-street is speedily approaching completion, held a Sunday School tea in the Temperance Hall, in which it is temporarily quartered. An excellent re- past was done full justice to by a large gathering. Among those who laboured dili- gently to promote the comfort of the guests were Mesdames James, Phillips, Allen, Evans (High-st.), Rees (Brynawel), and Griffiths (Castle Stores), and the Misses Davies (2), Harney, Ladd, Evans, Gwennie Griffiths, and Lilian Edwards. Gramophone selections en- livened the proceedings. Subsequently a public reception-partIculars .of which are crowded out of the present issue, but will appear a week hcn?e-—was extended to the new pastor, the Rev D P David.