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Haverfordwest Petty Sessions.

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I Milford Docks Company.

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THE TRAMP NUISANCE AT HAVERFORD- WEST. f To the Editor of the" Milford Haven Telegraph." I SIR,âI should like to ask, through the medium of your valuable paper, why it is the police refuse to take any notice whatever of the large number of tramps who infest this town throughout the year ? From week to week shopkeepers and private individuals are subject to the greatest annoyance from these vagrants. At all hours of the day and night it is no uncommon thing to see them in a half drunken condition soliciting alms from door to door. There are able bodied men who have been living for years in the common lodging houses of the town on the proceeds of begging, and who never by any chanoe do a day's work. When the old Borough Police had con- trol of the town it was no unusual thing to see half -&- dozen tramps brought before the magistrates of a morning charged with begging, but now there is never one arrested on such a charge from January to December. Should you chance to refuse to comply with their demands, the language made use of is of the foulest: kind. I trust if this letter comes under the eyes of the Chief Constable he will make some attempt to redress the state of affairs complained -of, and thus earn the gratitude of a large number of shopkeepers and others in Haverfordwest. Yours truly, September 6, 1898.. A SHOPKEEPER. September 6, 1898.

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IExpress Train Derailed.

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