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Pembrokeshire Independants.…

To the Rev W. Reynolds, Hendre


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HERE AND THERE. At a meeting of the executive committee of the Cardigan Show, which is to be held on the 10th of August next, a resolution was passed to communicate with the county M.P. with a view of his Majesty being approached on the question of allowing the same exhibits as will be shown at the National Show at Aberystwyth to be exhibited also at the Cardigau Show. Csrnegie and Welsh Church.—According to the Liverpool Mercury, Mr Andrew Oar- negid has undertaken to defray half the cost of building the proposed new oilyan at St Deiniol's Welsh Church, Upper Parliament- street, provided the other half be raised by the congregation. The proposed organ is estimated to cost between £ 250 and S300, towards which a sum of f35 is in hand. Some of the poorer churches in Wales ought to take the tip and appeal to the multi- millionaire for alms. A somewhat unpleasant surprise was the experience ot a St Dogrnell's fisherman. Re- turning from fishing he hung his trouseis to dry on a bush, and on re-seeking them he found a snake about a foot long coiled inside. The accompanying expressions may be more easily conceived than described. Abergwili Palace, the residence of the Bishop of St. David's, which was destroyed by fire some time ago, is to be re-built. The contract has already been let. The lash is as much in evidence in the navy as in the army of Russia. It is not that punishment is meted out only to those who des-rve it, but it is taken for granted that discipline can only be enforced and maintain- ed by a process of terrorism. The little difficulty with the cockle-gather- ers in Carmarthen Bay is ended. They have come to see that the regulations framed by the Milford Haven Fishery Board are neces- sary, and are really intended to protect their interests, with the result that the rules are, on the whole, loyally adhered to. The in dustry is the chief support of some 300 families along Carmarthen Bay alone. Quarter sessions for the counties of Gla- morgan, Pembroke, and Brecon were opened on Tuesday. There are 31 cases for trial in Glamorgan, two in Pembrokeshire, and none in Breconshire. Judge Gwilym Williams at Cardiff made some further remarks on the relation of drink and crime. Eisteddfod on the Randi-The Welshmen seeii; to have spread themselves over the eartn almost as the Scotsmen. Theie are enough of them on the Hand to successfully C, -ate inaugurate au eisteudfod, which was held at n Johamiesbuig on Empire Day. Amongst the competitions were a bla.lZ'io on The Gold Digger and a deaciiptive poem on .1 The Veidi," u that local colour was not wanting. Try our streaky, pea-fod breakfast bacon always I Supply Stores.





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