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Haverfordwest Petty Sessions.

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I Milford Docks Company.

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i Do You Know ? That Colonel White has resigned the secretaryship of the County Conservative Association, and several members have also resigned. That the Sirdar's army includes several Pembrokeshire men. âââââ That General Gordon once spent two years at desk duty at Pembroke, preparing the plan for the fortifi. cations now at the entrance to Milford Haven. That two pilgrimages to St. David's shrine were declared by Pope Calixtus II to be equivalent to one visit to Rome, and three were regarded as equal to a j journey to Jerusalem. That the Chairman of the Milford Docks Company looks with a hopeful eye to better days for the Docks, and predicts a thriving and prosperous fmtmre. That all hope he is not too sanguine, and that the good time is really near at hand. That there is certainly some ground for his optimism as shown by his speech at the annual meeting. That the drainage of the fish market at Milford might with advantage be improved upon. That those responsible should see that the market is cleaned more thoroughly, and a freer use of water would be desirable. That several new steam trawlers have been added to the Beet at Milford this week. That Monday was the last day on which sharing was allowed amongst the fish merchants. That perhaps the salesmen think the fish is not making enough money, but the buyers claim to always give the full value. That the buyers feel they ought to be encouraged, and that work should proceed more amicably. That they contend the heavy railway rates, and the opposition of the big fleet at Fleetwood, prohibits them from getting into the Midland markets on equal terms, unless the salesmen are more considerate. That in Lowestoft, Yarmouth, Grimsby, and Hull, payment is made by the buyers once a week, and why should not Milford follow this practice ? That all the auxiliary machinery of the cruiser Andromeda, which is being fitted out at Pembroke Dock, underwent a most successful steam trial on Friday. That the propelling engines are being tried to-day, That the will leave for Portsmouth on the 16th inst. That a meeting of the Steynton School Board was held on Friday evening, but the business was only routine. That Mr Owen Philipps, brother of Mr Wynford Philipps, M.P., is prosecuting his candidature at Dar- lington with every possible vigour and enthusiasm. That he has a big task before him, but those on the spot expect a favourable result. That some people at Milford are not yet satisfied with the reasons given why the men from the Channel Squad- ron did not spend their leave of absence in the town, and think further enquiries should be made to avoid a repe- tition of what was undoubtedly injurious to Milford. That the annual daily closing of Hobb's Point Pier has once more illustrated the urgent necessity of an independent public landing place at Pembroke Dock. That the launch of the cruiser Spartiate from Pem- broke Dock, which was to have taken place this month, has been postponed until October or November. That about sixty members of the South Wales and Monmouthshire Sanitary Inspectors' Association spent a pleasant day at Tenby on Thursday, and were enter- tained to luncheon by the Mayor. That the Chairman of the half-yearly meeting of the Milford Docks Company in the course of his speech read the article which appeared in the Telegmph on the new colliery undertaking at Freystrop. PERIWINKLE

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