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Mathry Petty Sessions.

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fGoodwick and its Common.

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DINAS CROSS.

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IPembrokeshire Main Roads.

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Pembrokeshire Main Roads. A deputation representing the Haverford- west District Council waited upon the Pem- brokeshire Main Roads Committee at Haver- fordwest on Tuesday afternoon, on the subject of subsidies and the creation of more main roads in the district. Mr W. George James, J.P., who introduced the deputation, ask the committee to abolish the present system on which subsidies were granted, and to main a total of 13 miles of district roads.—Mr V. J. G. Johns and Mr W. J. Owen also spoke. Among the roads in the northern part sug- gested should bo taken over by the County Council was the one from Fisbguard to Good- wick from Mathry to Goodwick aud from Mathry to Letterston Station. The chairman (Dr. Griffith) said that no doubt subsidies were originally intended for the north districts, which had few main roads compared with the south. He was in favour of the creation of more main roads. This seemed to be the opinion of the com- mittee, and eventually the whole question was referred to a special sub-committee for inquiry and report. The total amount of the subsidies, came to 26,108, and Mr G. P. Brewer said no provi- sion had been made by the Finance Committee for such a large payment. It was equivalent to a county rate of ld in the C. It was eventually decided that the sum allotted- £'i,OOO-should be distributed on the new basis.

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