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PEMBROKE.

PEMBROKE-DOCK

MILE 0 ED.

INARBERTH.

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I NARBERTH. FUNEKAL OF MR. JOHN MATHiAS.—We record this week the death of Mr J. Mathias, tailor, and parish clerk for upwards of 21 years, He expired on July 18th, and was buried on Monday the 22nd. The funeral was the largest that has been seen here for many years, being attended by between 300 and 400 persons, among whom were many of the higher classes. We need scarcely say that he was greatly beloved and respected by all the inhabitants of the town. PETry SESSIONS.—On Thursday, the 18th inst., before G. R. G. Rees, Esq., J. M. Child, Esq., and the Kev. R. Buckby. — P.S. Edward Irving charged Benjamin Cousins with killing a hare, on the 12th of May. Defendant pleaded guilty, and was fined 40s. and 18s. costs, or two months in the House of Currection.- The same charged Henry Harries with driving a cart without reins. De- fendant pleaded guilty, but being only ahoy he was discharged on payment of costs.—P.C. John Campbell charged William Davies with being drunk and riotous. Dismissed.—The same charged Owen Lewis with rescuing prisoner. Withdrawn,

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