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FATAL ACCIDENT BY DROWNING —On Saturday week, Tidier belonging to the 84th Regiment of Foot, of the of Kelly, lost his life whilst bathing in East ^Uuion Pill, near Pembroke Dock. He was a fine j0|,ng man, and bore a good character in the company bi, t",bich he belonged. An inquest was held on the body, ..Stable verdict was returned, and he was interred in e military cemetery. 1 HYDRAULIC PEESS.—Another large and powerful Wraulio press has been erected in the Dock-yard for the v^P08e of bending the armour-plates for the iron-cased /hps building in the yard. It is of much greaterstrength g power than the one previously erected by the same y111, Messrs Westwood and Baillie, engineers, London ■*ard, Isle of Dogs, Poplar. Last week the press was Pit to work, and tested to the enormous pressure of 1847 tOQg. J CRICKST.—Officers of Pembroke Garrison v. Swansea *jieven.—This match, which was losked forward to with interest, was played on Wednesday and Qursday, on the ground of the latter, when Swansea with 9 majority of 186. The fielding and bowling of Rumsey and Smith for the Garrison, and the .ipg of Bancroft, the bowling of fj. Hore, and ^Pecially the fielding and batting of Mr C. W. James for fonansea' were UD'ver8a|ly admired and applauded. The *°wing is the score:— SWANSEA. „ First Innings. Second Innings. (j* *»oma8, b Smith 10 b Rowley 4 J11' Horn fray, c Rumsey, b 10 b Rumsey 7 fi'trQcroft, b Rowley. 9 b Rumsey 98 C'tS0re» c Smith b Rowley. 6 b Smith 4 y*- James, b Smith 6 c and b Smith 34 V"- Hadland/c Ramsey, b Cwle? 2 b Smith 12 ty*hurstettumseyb Rowley 8 not out 11 fl.'j>?0t,ndy. b* Rumsey 21 b Smith 8 filf^hards, c and b Rutnsey 0 1b w, b Rumsey. 9 fl S"oft, jun., not out 10 c and b Smith 2 tfl.x^arn» 1 b w, b Smith 2 b Rumsey 8 l b 1, w b 5 12 Byes 4, wides 11. 15 T«tal 96 Total GARRISON. First Innings. Second Innings. C **nel!, lhw.b James 1 b C. W. James 4 SSer„r°v'e' h Hore 0 c Bancroft,bCWJames2 Jteant Rowley, R.A., c 1} b Hore 9 c and b C. W. James 0 tuJ/ fdgewood, c & b James 1 c and b C. W. James 4 ^itzroy, not out 20 b C. W. James 10 a'utnsey, bC. W.James 9 b G. W. James 9 oroith, c Bancroft, b Sre • 4eC.W.James,bHomfray 7 l Tufnell, c Had land, b ^0i<I?esV 0 run out 6 Hore 0 not out 15 wthwgite, b Hore 0 b Bancroft 1 j^nderson, c Richards, b aJJcroft 3 run out 1 r tfyes, 2, leg byes, 8 5 Byes 3, wides 8 11 4^-r 52 Total 70 Q 13 °(the howling: Swansea: Hore. total balls, 60, haji 7 overs 10, wickets 5; C. W. James, total loki runs 26, maiden- overs 3, wickets 4; Richards, 8, runs 10; Bancroft, total balls 6 runs 2, hin ~~The Garrison ;-rR-umsey, total balls 92, wides jjj- ns 30, maiden overs M),;wickets 2; Smith, total balls ~2, maiden overs 16, wickets 4; Rowley, total runs maIden overs 8, wickets 4.—Wednesday to n8 the company, numbering about thirty, sat down dinner at, the St George's Hbtel, near the '^in Had'and presided, and a very pleasant "Was spent. The dinner was well prepared, and ed:sreat credit on the; hostess, Miss Bradford.!

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