ο»Ώ Do You Know ?|1901-08-21|Haverfordwest and Milford Haven Telegraph and General Weekly Reporter for the Counties of Pembroke Cardigan Carmarthen Glamorgan and the Rest of South Wales - Welsh Newspapers Online
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Milford's New Wesleyan Chapel.

ROYAL DOCKYARD APPRENTICES.

A LYDDITE DISASTER ON DARTMOOR

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I Letterston Horticultural…

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-MILFORD HAVEN.-

NEYLAND. !

Family Notices

VISITING. WEDDING & MOURNING…

APPROACHING EVENTSI

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Do You Know ? That mushrooms are now very plentiful. That scores of youngsters from Haverfordwest make expeditions to the country at "morn" and dewy eve." That some of them have found that barbed wire fencing was not invented for the express purpose of preserving trousers. That the Whitchurch parish hearse has now been paid for in the legal way. That the Parish Council having been surcharged, the parishioners raised the money voluntarily. That it is to be hoped the hearse will be idle for a long time to come. That the Broad Haven water supply question has assumed another phase. Than it is now suggested that Mr Joseph Thomas should be asked to state on what terms he would let the village have water. That, if this be adopted, it is a paltry ending to all the years of discussion and experiment devoted to the matter by the District Council. That they know how to raise potatoes in the garden attached to the Haverfordwest Workhouse. That a tuber, recently dug there, scaled lib. 6ozs. That, if the Local Government Board hear that they reach such a gigantic size, they may seriously consider the remodelling of the new dietary scale. That a covey of partridges were seen yesterday morn- ing in a garden near the Horse & Groom. That the man who saw them assures me he was perfectly sober at the time. That I don't see any reason why his word should be doubted. That the genial P.C. 48 captured quite a number of prizes at the Letterston Horticultural Show. That another instance of the confusion caused by the altering of Neyland into New Milford by the G.W.R. occurred last week. That the Rev Spencer Watkins, who went through the Siege of Ladysmith, was the victim. That he was on his way to Old Milford to lecture on Thursday last at the Wesleyan Chapel stone laying. That he found himself at New Milford instead and had to hire a special conveyance to drive over. That Mr C. W. Slater who laid a stone of the chapel and presided at the evening meeting, is a successful solicitor in practice at Swansea. That he is a very enthusiastic supporter of the Wesleyan cause. PERIWINKLE.

Q EXIS MEMORIAL FUND.

MURDER OF AN OLD MAN.

HIGH WATER AT HAVERFORDWEST.

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I WHY NOT MILFOIKO ?

Milford and the Transatlantic…

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SIXTY FIVE LIVES LOST.

A Delicious Beverage.

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