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Ii. NEWPORT, PEM.

LOCAL WEDDING.

SCLEDDY.

A COMMITTEE-ROOM COMEDY.

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I Lecture at Scleddy.

DINAS CROSS.

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DINAS CROSS. Ladies Choir.-The members of this organisation are requested to be regu- lar and punctual in their attendance at forthcoming practices in order to en- sure the success of the St David's Day celebrations, which will take the form of an afternoon tea, followed by a con- cert, which, in its turn will be succeed- ed by a social evening for the Choristers Blectiou.-On Friday, the occasion of the election of a member of Parliament to represent the County, there was a general exodus from Dinas and her environs, there being scarcely an elector Who failed to realise the res- ponsibility resting upon his shoulders in view of the great constitutional crisis through which the. country is passing. Polling took place at Fishguard, and thither these endowed with the fran- chise wended their way awheel, afoot, or in conveyances. Many foregathered in the market town and, despite the in- clemency of the weather, spent a very enjoyable time. The declaration of the result, which took place on Saturday afternoon, was received with the utmost satisfaction by the great bulk of the local community, although no special means of celebrating the occasion were resorted to. Literary.—A penny reading for which an excellent programme has been arranged, will take place in the Council Schools on Friday evening. The financial proceeds are to be devoted to the piano fund, and it is hoped that there will be a large attendance. Obituary.—We regret to have to record the demise of Mr David Thomas, ex-post- man, which took place a few days ago at the Haverfordwest Infirmary, to which—as was at that time recorded in our columns —he was recently removed in the hopes that he might be at least partially restored to healtli. The funeral takes place locally this Thursday. Scholastic Success.—Miss May Roach, of Bryn Gelli, has secured a certificate for pas- sing the College of Preceptors' examination at Cheltenham College, the Principal of which, in a letter of congratulation, described her success as a very clever achievement.

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THE GENERAL ELECTION.

TO-DAYS POLLINIIS.

STATE INTERVENTION IN N.S.W.…

IN MEMORIAM.

LORD HIGH ADMIRALS.

Family Notices

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AN AUTOMATIC BOOKING CLERK.

A WELSH PASTOR IN AUSTRALIA.

THB I.IG-IT rr TYIE mFAL.

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North Pembrokeshire Farmers'…

ECHOES.

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