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GOODWiCK NEWS. ( t GOEDWIG.—The Rev. D. G. Price, Llwydcoed, near Aberdare, will officiate at this chapel next Sunday. # ENGLISH CAUsE.-At the close of the even- ing service in the Reading Room last Sunday, I Miss Thomas sang the sacred soio, I'm praying I for you.Tile services next Sunday will be taken by the Rev. J. T. Gregory, Brynberian. I CHURCH SERVICES.—The new viear, Rev. Lincoln Lewis, conducted the morning and evening service in St. Peter's Church last ¡ Sunday, and also read the Thirty-nine Articles at Llanwnda in the afternoon. I HOCKEY.-On Friday afternoon last a hockey 1 match was played on the sands between Past I and Present County Scnool scholars. The following were the teams Past. M. James; full bac ks, Bertie Jol) T. Davies half-backs, Miss Bennett. Mrs Parcell Lewi,, George Bennett; forwards, T. IZosser, S. Jenes, Walter I Evans, Parcell Lewis. Present-Goal. W. Evans full backs, R. C. Clark, Gwiiym Rees; half-backs, B. Rees, Annie John, Orisa Bowen; I forwards, Howard Kvfms, Trevor Thomas, W. John. T. Eynon, Byron Davies. In the first half T. Rosser scored three goals for the Past team against one scored by the Present. In the second half each side scored a goal, the Past team therefore winning by four goals to two. Mr O. Gledhill relereed. The members of the Goodwick Hockey Club had a practice game oil the sands last Saturday afternoon, when Mr H. Johns' side beat that of MrGledhill b) 6 goals to 4.-Another practice match will take place next Saturday afternoon, when all members are invited to attend. The funeral of the late Mrs Mary Williams took place on Saturday afteanoon last. The Rev. W. Rees, HEI rmony, officiated at the house and graveside. The funeral was one of the and graveside. The funeral was one of the largest ever seen in Goodwick. The chief mourners were Mr John Williams (husband), Mrs Margaret Williams (mother), Mr John Williams (brother), Mr and Mrs William Evans (brother-in-law aud sister) Mr and Mrs William Evans, Mrs Elizabeth Evans, Mrs Williams, Letterston, Mr Thomas Griffiths, Merthyr, Mr Chas. Williams, Ferndale, Mr William Evans, and Mr David Evans. The undertaker was Mr J. Miles, Goodwick, and the coffin was of plain oak with brass mount- ings.

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