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Local and other News. Mr Harry Preoce James, son of tho Tenby Borough Surveyor, has been appointed assistant to Mr O. M. Prouse, A.M.I.C.E., Borough Surveyor of Ilfra- combe. Major Newton Allen, son of Lady Catherine Allen, of Boulston, has been gazetted to the command of the 1st Battalion of the South Staffordshire Regiment, which is now in India. HAVERFORDWEST VOLUNTEERS. âTRADES- MEN'S PRIZES.âThese prizes will be shot for to-morrow at the range, Milford Haven. Members intending to compete are requested to attend at the Market Hall this (Wednesday) evening, at 8 o'clock. ASSIZES.-North and South Wales and Chester Circuit, Mr Justice Bucknill-Wednesday, Octo- ber 25th, at Carnarvon; Saturday, October 28th, at Ruthin Wednesday, November 1st, at Chester Wed- nesday, November 8th, at CarmartHen Saturday, Nov. 11th, at Brecon; Tuesday, November 14th, at Cardiff; Wednesday, November 22nd, at Cardiff (civil). DEATH OF MR. GEORGE BO WEN, CAM- BRIAN PLACE.âA very old inhabitant of the town passed away on Thursday last in the person of Mr Geo. Bowen, mason, of Cambrian Place. Deceased had been for very many years tyler of the local lodge of Freemasons, and a large number of the brethren attended the funeral, which took place at Machpelah yesterday afternoon, Rev O. D. Campbell officiating. COMMITTED FOR MAINTENANCE.âOn Tues- day, Mr Joseph Thomas and Mr W. P. Ormond sat as a special court to hear an application for the committal of James Rees for non-payment of a maintenance order made against him for the support of his wife and chil- dren. The sum due now amounted to X13.-Rees, who stated he had lately been living at St. David's, said he had about X8 orCIO, but he declined to pay anything to his wife unless she consented to live with him. The magistrates endeavoured to persuade him to allow her something, but he remained obdurate, and was finally committed to Carmarthen fail for two months. "THE PATENT (1279) WINDSOR TROUSER- B]TEECRES. "-Messrs Greenish & Dawkins, tailors and breeches-makers, of Haverfordwest, have been appointed Agent for Haverfordwest and Neighbourhood for the above Patented Garment, which represent one of the most important Sartorial Invention. of recent years. "For perfection of comfort and for smartness of appearance there can be no Breeches or Combinati on of Breeches and Gaiters to beat them." Fashion. SPECIALITY.âFour buttons only necessary to keep them from rising up or down while Golfing, Shooting, Riding, Walking, Cycling, etc. BOOTS or GAITERS may be comfortably worn over them. 1421 DEATH OF MR GEORGE LEWIS. We record with deep regret the death of Mr George Lewis, of Queen's Square, in this town, which occurred after a very painful illness on the afternoon of Wednesday last. Deceased, who was 5S) years of age, had been for very many years in the employ of Messrs. S. Green & Co., ironmongers, of this town. Although Mr Lewis' occupation was that of a blacksmith, his knowledge of machinery was very great indeed and in this respect he was capable of competing with many a skilled engineer. He enjoyed the fullest confidence of his employers and was held in great respect by his fellow workmen and all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance. The inter- ment took place in S. Martin's Cemetery on Saturday afternoon. SLEBECII.âThe Harvest Festival was held on Thursday evening, the 19th Oct. The service was conducted by the vicar, the Rev. W. Scott, M.A., assisted by the Rev. T. Atterbury Thomas, curate of St. Thomas. Haverfordwest. The Rev. G. Huntington, M.A., rector of St. Mary's, Tenby, preached a most impressive ser- mon. The decorations, consisting of choice flowers, fruit, and vegetables, with garlands of corn, &c., were tastefully arranged by Miss Philipps, of Picton Castle, Miss Scott, of Cresborough, and Mrs Burry, of Picton; these ladies were ably assisted by the head gardeners to Sir Charles and Lady Philipps, and the Baron de Rutzen, all of whom deserve the highest praise and thanks. The choir, under the leadership of Miss Philipps, acquitted themselves very creditably. The offertory was devoted to the Pembrokeshire and Haverfordwest Infirmary, and the service concluded with the benediction. CLEDDAU VALE TEMPERANCE UNION.-The half-yearly meeting of this new uuion was held at the Tabernacle, Maenclochog, on Monday, the 16th inst. A conference was held in the afternoon. The chair was occupied by the president (the Revd. D. Williams, Taber- nacle). There were also present the Rev D. Evans, Blaenconin (secretary), and the Rev. Jones, Ffynon. A very good number of delegates also attended. Prayer was offered by Mr J. Howells, Bryndyssil. The minutes of the last conference were read and confirmed. The chief business of the conference was to arrange for the annual Cymanfa which will be held at Blaenconin next June. After this was done the Rev Jones, Ffynon, closed with prayer. In the evening a public meeting was held. The Rev D. Williams, pastor, presided, and two powerful and eloquent addresses were delivered by the Revs Jones, Ffynon, and Ungoed Thomas, Carmarthen. The devotional part was conducted by the Rev. U. Thomas. There was a large and appreciative audience, and we hope good results will follow.

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