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PEMBROKE DOCK.

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ST. DOGMAEL'S.

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SHOCKING DISCOVERY AT Y1SHIR,

MID-GLAMORGAN LIBERAL ASSOCIATION.

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HAVERFORDWEST TOWN COUNCIL.

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LLANDOVERY.

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WOUNDING AT DOWLAICJ.

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IA MON-MOUTHSHIIiK WILL CASE.

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FURIOUS DRIVING AT DINAS.

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THE WATER SUPPLY AT LLENELLY.…

INEWPORT TOWN COUNCIL.

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BEDWELLY nOAIUJ OF GUARDIANS. The fortnightly meeting of the above board was held at the Workhouse, Tredegar, on Wednesday, Major W. H. Powtsll occupying the chair. Mr, C. WiddowRon occupied the vice-chair, and bb Ll- lawing guardians wete also presem r—Messi*. L. P. Graveno, G. R. Hams. p, W P!iil!irs, B. PhU. J. J. Williams, W. Griffith*, A. Tilney, Prothoroe. T. Henry, pnd E. Katr»uud5 Aruorg the items on the agenda was :i notice of ruot-Amr b, the vice-cMtrman to pay Mr. i\ Phillips for Lit i services ns in-iuirr officer for a period of t w jyetirs nncf eight months. Mr. P.I)illips hpd rer formed tobe elti-s in connection with the ottie. without being app need, ana several member.* among whom wr.s Mr. Gravenor, were of opinior tMat lie should be recompensed. r; G. R Harris however, was not in favour of paying IJr. t'uiiitpt rnvthin", a,â lie sr.id Mr. (iravenor't, ivasou v,»« because Mr. PniUh drank beer at Mr. Gravenor s house (tho Fr- f'Cjason's .-Tliis led to r,>. crimination, Mr. Gravenor statin" that Mr. Harris supported the applications of i,aupt-i-q from tiie other siaf (Garnrach; beeause they deo.it. at his shop.—For some t:n e Uw hoard wtis in an uproar, and the Chairman sug?e«r,e.1 the desirability putting the wo gentictren tc n room together.— Tiio Vic--Ciiii,rairtn proposed that Mr. Phillips be paid £ 10 tor iiis services.—Iv?«\ W. Griffiths j seconded.—Mr. (1-, R. Harris moved, and Mr. A. Tiiney seconded, that no •payment at aii h« m-ide. ;—Seven guaidians voted for the resolution, or ly the proposer and seconder for the amendment, uft-3 three remained neifntl. The amendment accordingly lost.—Mr. T. T. Birehan:, ner Kajesty's inspector, was present to discuss* the proposed division 01 Aberystrnth parish into wards, and t'-ti question of aadi;:o*y.u guardians for Ishle.wrcoed. Mr. HIcilam a^rce 1 to t he inst proposal, but it was decided that the board re-consider the ether matter, and ap; rnt a "oech1.! day to meet Mr. fiircham and discusi Tiii* war all the impor- tant business.

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