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THE " RENOWN " BATTLESHIP.

LAUNCH AT PEMBROKE DOCK. --I

• ! JABEZ BALFOUR.

FISHGUARD.

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FISHGUARD. All Footballers are requested to attend a meeting at the Literary Institute on Friday evening at 8 o'clock.—SEC. C, ENTERTAINMENT.—On Wednesday even- ing a very enjoyable meeting took place -with the Juvenile Rechabites. The young ones were in capital spirits. The meeting was opened by scripture reading by H. (J. Bevan. Afterwards the juveniles s \-6 Pull for the Shore" in good style. Following this came a dialogue, Father and Son," by D. J. Llewelyn and H. M. Gibbon. An essay was then read by D. M. Tavner, of his own composition, on the Life of a Temperance Man." Tom Howells sang What a Friend we have in Jesus." Recitations were then given by six boys, namely, D. J. Llewelyn, T. H. Narbett, E. C. Howells, Alf. Harries, J. Gibbon, and Tom Howells, entitled Our Future Fate." "Hark, the Temperance trumpets sounding," sung by the juveniles together, brought the meeting to a close.— It may be mentioned that the Juvenile Tent is proving a great success; new members are enrolled at every meeting. Parents are respectfully asked to note the advantages offered to children becoming members of the Rechabite Tent.

LETTERSTON.

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