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Haverfordwest Town Council.

Grand Concert at Milford Haven.

APPROACHING EVENTS

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Do You Know ? That the rumour that Mr Leonard Martin, late of Haverfordwest, was one of the troopers captured by the Boers at De Jager's Drift is not true. That the Pembroke County Club in London has a membership of 800. That it is one of the strongest County Clubs in London. That the absence of Harfat Boys at the gatherings of the Club is remarked. That every Pembrokian in London should become a member of such a worthy institution. That the next concert has been fixed for Saturday, November 25th. i That anyone who wishes will then have an opportunity of joining. That the Pembrokeshire pack consists of 27 couples of hounds. That Mr Seymour Allen has two more couples in his pack-making altogether 29 couples. That the new kennels at Slade are expected to be ready in a fortnight. That by the death of Mr George Bowen, Tyler to the Haverfordwest Freemasons, that body loses a faithful official. That Mr Bowen held the office for more than 25 years. That the liner "Paris is still in Dry Dock at Milford Haven. That it is reported the contract for repairing her will be let this week. That the new Church at Neyland will be formally opened to-day (Wednesday). I That the Lord Bishop of St. David's will perform the ceremony. That the Church is a very pretty one, and the Rev. L. H. Rumsey, vicar, is to be congratulated on his success. That the building fund is £ 120 on the wrong side. That Mr Rumsey is not likely to have much difficulty in raising this. That many seats in various parts of the neighbourhood have recently been damaged by malicions and brainless young vagabonds. That there is no section of the lawless community who are more deserving of punishment than the perpetrators of these abominable acts. That once a week residents on the upper levels get a supply of water from the town's mains. That the water man selects Sunday for the bestowal of this privilege. That the Pembroke Dock annual show of dogs, birds, &c., will take place on Wednesday, November 8th. That the Rev. J. H. Lochore, late of the Tabernacle, is paying Haverfordwest a visit just now. That among the reserves recently called out was a son of Mr John Rees, carrier, G.W. Railway. That he sailed for South Africa on Monday last. That we all wish him much glory, and safe return. That for certain Bill Posting throughout the County only one tender has been received by the County Council. That Monday's petty sessions court in Haverfordwest was one of the longest on record. That the magistrates sat from 11 o'clock till nearly five in the afternoon. That the great cause cclehre was the dog case. I PERIWINKLE.

INEW JUSTICE -OF THE PEACE…

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Dates to be Remembered at…

FOOTBALL.

ITHE WAR.

TO-DAY'S WIRES. I

I YULE'S RETREAT I

GREAT BATTLE AT GLENGOE.

:ANOTHER BRILLIANT IBRITISH…

I OFFICIAL REPORT.

DUNDEE ABANDONED.

Departure of Welsh Fusiliers.

The Sad Occurence at Pembroke…

Pembrokeshire Men at Natal.…

Family Notices

INEYLAND.

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