Symud i'r prif gynnwys
Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

12 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

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Pembroke Dock Choral Society have de- cided not to compete at the coming eisted- iod at Haverfordwest. Lady Meyrick has promised to open the annual May sale in connection with St. John's, Pembroke Dock, on May 2nd. Pembroke Dock Cricket Club.—The club will commence the season on May 5th ,.ith a match versus the Garrison on the ground of the latter. The Volunteers.—Major T. Percy George has reigned his commission in +he 1st V.B. Welsh Regiment. On Thursday evening Major R. H. Treweeks delivered an interesting lecture to the men of "G Company at Pembroke Deck. the subject being 'Cleanliness, Dress, I thing." Dance.—A successful dance in connection with Mr. F. Evans' class was held at the Temperance Hall, on Friday, the company numbering about 150. Mr. Evans acted as M.C., and the music was supplied by Mr. Elliott's band. Coffee Supper.-Oil Wednesday evening the members of the local Lodge of the R.A.O.B assembled to partake of a coffee supper at the Duke of Edinburgh Hotel. Later on a most successful smoking concert was held, the company bding large and the programme a long one. Funeral of Mrs. Thompson.—The funeral took place at Gillingham, Kent, on Wednes- day last of Mrs. Sarah Thompson, wife of Mr. W. E. Thompson, who for over 20 years was inspector of painters in Pembroke Dock- yard. About seven years ago Mr. and Mr: Thompson went to reside at Gillingliani, where Mrs. Thompson's death occurred rather suddenly at the age of 69. The Eisteddfod.—The winner of the prize for the poem at the Pembroke Dock eisteddfod on Easter Monday, under the 110111 de plume of "Gwydion Ab Don," is Mr. B. Phillips, Felinfoel, Llanelly. The winners of the prizes for water colour painting were Autumn" (Mrs. Eden) and "Dorothy" (Miss M. E. Griffiths), who divided the first prize, Mr. Ward Davies being awarded the second. "Rex'" who divided the second prize for oil painting with "Ivy" (Miss Miller), was Mr: Eden. S< irje — A m st successful soiree, organic j by Mr. I. VYa.d Divies (secretary of tha As- sembly Rooms Company), took place 011 Wed nesday evening at the Assembly Rooms, Pem- luoke. The decoiatioas were vr-y tasteful and piofuse, and the whole of the arrange inents were excellent. Daccing to the strain^ of Mr. Elliott's band commenced about 8.30 p n, and wn-s c mtinued up till about 3.30 the following morning. Messis. A. J Matthias and G. Young acted as M C.'s, IM'! 1 Hit- I.:n[ai.j, W;:K ii niuii! T-ivd nearly 150, included a "larse ooiit ingeut from Pembroke Dock The late Mrs. Teasdale.—The funeral took place on Thursday afternoon of Mrs. Mar- garet Emily Teasdale, widow of the late Mr. J. H. Teasdale, J.P., who died at her resi- dence, 8, Cumby Terrace, Pembroke Dock, on Easter Monday, at the age of 65. Deceased came from one of the oldest Pembrokeshire families, the Butlers of Castlemartin, and her grandfather was an officer in Castlemartin Yeomanrv at the time of the French invasion at Fishguard in 1797. Messrs. G. and H. Teasdale. of Pembroke Street, Pembroke Dock, and the Rev. Hugh Teasdale, who is now living at Switzerland, are sons of the deceased. The officiating clergyman at the funeral was the Rev. R. D. Lewis. Funeral of Mr. Evan Wilkins.—The funeral took place on Thursday, of the late Mr. Evan Williams, a former alderman, whose death was recorded in last week's "Guardian." The officiating clergy were the Revs. I. Newton and J. Austin, and the Rev. A. Holland (Tenby) was also present. The mourners were —Councillor W. Smith and Mrs. Smith, Mr. W. B. Smith, Mrs. W. H. Lewis, Mr. R. Rees (Saundersfoot), Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hicks, Mrs. Pollard (Tenby), Mrs. Wilkes (Xarberth), and Miss Howell (Xarberth). There was a large attendance at the cemetery, including a number of members of Tent "Superb" of the I.O.R., wearing their regalia. The Town Council were represented by Aids, J. Hutch- ings and S. Allen and Councillors C. Young and W. Junes. Nigger Minstrels.—On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings large audiences assembled in the new theatre at the Hut Lncampmeilt on the occasion of the nigger minstrel en- tertainments given by the Amateur Dramatic Club of the 2nd Wiltshire Regiment. Part I. consisted of selections by the band, and a miscellaneous entertainment by the minstrels. "Bones" were wielded by Staff-Ann.-Sergt. Perrins and Sergt. Wells, and tambourines, Sergt.-Dr. Wheeler and Mr. Moselev, whilst Sergt. Robins acted as interlocutor. The troupe gave two choruses, The Torpedo and the Whale," and "But it is so," and songs were contributed oy CoLSergt. Cook, Sergeant Wheeler, Lee.-Corpl. Duggan, Staff-Arm.-Sergt. Perrins, Bandsmen Sackett and Weightnian, and Boy Dacey. Part II. consisted of a farce, Grandmother's Ghost," in which the cast was as follows:—Aunt Chloe, Sergt.-Dr. Wheelr; Jim, Staff-Arm.-Sergt. Perrins; Sam, Sergt. Wells; and Harry, Lee.-Corpl. Duggan. Many of the songs were encored, those of Messrs. Perrins Wheeler, and Waylen being particularly well received. The farce was well acted, and provoked much laughter. [(.fber Pe nbiMke n-^w- will be fouti I «n Page 5


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