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CAPTAIN BARHAM'S CLAIM.

I The County Member.

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The County Member. RUMOURED IMPORTANT APPOINT- MENT. SUBSEQUENT CONTRADICTION. Six days after the announcement of Mr Walter F Roch's re-election as Parliamentary representative for Pembrokeshire a veritable bombshell was dropped into both local poli- tical camps by an announcement which appeared in several papers asserting that they had authority for stating that Mr Herbert Gladstone, who has been selected for appoint- ment as Governor-General of British South Africa, had offered the position of private secretary to himself to Mr Roch, and that, as he would probably accept Mr Gladstone's offer to join his entourage in South Africa, a vacancy was to be expected in the Parliamen- tary representation of Pembrokeshire. The excitement occasioned by this unex- pected announcement was, however, short lived, for, on the following morning the same papers recorded the fact that the Press Associ- ation had been requested to state that there was no foundation for the report.

MOYLGROVE.

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ER SERCHUS GOFFADWRIAETH

ETHOLIAD 1910.

The Welsh Language Society.

MAENCLOCHOG.

TREVINE.

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