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¡ SOLVA, The shipping arrivals for the pa t week j aNI :8arab. culm Laden, from Saundersfoot; 15.3. Norseman, -from Bristol, general, sailed J the same day for Fishguard. #»*•»•# Mr. John Phillips, Folly House, occupied ihe pulpit of Horeb Baptist Chapel on Sunday evening, and delivered a very practical for mon. There was a large congregation pre- sent. •••••«• 1 Wo understand that MT. Dewi Watkins, Tre- lodan, is going to try his luck the other side' of the "herring pond." He intends sailing shortly for Ontario, and will be accompanied by his cousin, Mr. Sidney Arnold, Penarthur. Mrs. Captain Evans, Chapel Lane, planted a pear tree in her garden in November last, and this week it may be seen in blooin. For the benefit of those interested we may state that it is called the "Pelmartin Ducliesse." On Good Friday services were held, both morning and evening, at St. Aidan's Church, tlus vicar. ltev. k,. T. Jones, officiating. The services were bright and hearty. Special hymns were sung and excellent sermons preached. Visitors are coming early this year, and are favoured with granQ weather. The following are at present slaying here:—Harbour View (Mrs. Davies)—Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Culley, the Grammar School, Monmouth; Mr. A. W. Wiseman, The Hill, Monmouth. Bank House (Mrs. Joseph Evans)—Mr. C. H. Bicknell ana ( family, London. it The Council School is closed for the Easter holidays. The popular headmaster, Mr. W. D. Evans, accompanied by Mr. J. J. Jenkins, Hendre Cross, and Mr. J. Davies, Croosgoch, left on Monday for a cyole tour through Car- diganshire. We wish these three stalwart educationists a right happy time and a plea- sant holiday. Miss A. E. Thomas (the head mistress of Solva School) is spending her vacation at Cardiff accompanied by her sister. Providence works in a mysterious way. On Good Friday morning two Solva fishermen found a porpoise weighing about two hundred weight in their net, and we are told that this bit of seasonable good luck was much appre- ciated. As this was the first time a por- poise has been caught here, there was a rush of sightseers. Our local photographer, Mr. C. M. Bees, got a capital picture of it, and within a few hours pictorial postcard^ of the visitor were on sale.






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