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PEIVIBROIKE THANKSGIVING MEETING.—On Sunday morning week a special service was held at the Baptist Chapel, to ren- der thanks for the abundant harvest. The Rev. D. Davies ir.ade a very appropriate discourse from the 104th Psalm. EARL CAWDOltiS BENT AUDIT.—On Friday week the Earl of Cawdor's rent audit for the tenantry on the Stackpole Estate was held at the Lion Hotel, after which upward of seventy sat down to a sumptuous dinner, pro- vided by Mr Jones for the occasion, T. Moseley, Esq., his lordship's agent, presiding, and Mr George Thomas, Crickmail, whose ancestors have been tenants on the Stackpole Estate for upwards of three centuries, occupied the vice-chair. After dinner, loyal and patriotic toasts were proposed then followed those of the Dowager Countess ef Cawdor, Lord and Lady Cawdor, Viscount Emlyn, the younger branches of the Stackpole family, and T. Moseley, Esq., all of which were received with tremendous cheering. The evening was spent with evident good feeling and conviviality, for every one seemed determined to enjoy himself. HOBBERy.-On Saturday, before W. Hulm, Esq., Dr Mansell, and the Rev. R. J. H. Thomas, Thomas Kelly, of the 1st Battalion 15:h Regiment, was charged with burglariously entering the premises of Mr E. Griffiths, grocer, Diamond Street, Pembroke Dock, and stealing therefrom certain moneys. Mr Griffiths deposed that he left the premises quite secure, as usual, at a quarter past eleven p m.; in the morning be found that the shop door bad been broken in with much violence, a fire brick having been used for that purpose; he also found a soldier's stock [produced]. This was all the evidence adduced. Colour-Sergeant Fear said he had known the prisoner for twenty-one years in the regiment, and that be bore a most exemplary character.—Prisoner had three good conduct badges on his arm.—-The stock bad no regimental number on it. The witnesses were unable to prove to whom it belonged, so the Magistrates, giving the prisoner the benefit of the doubt, dismissed the case. The Chairman (Mr Hulm) gave the prisoner some good advice, and hoped that for the future he would take care of himself.

PEMBROKE-DOCIK.

PEMBROKE DOCK MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.

MILFORD.

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