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BERACHAH CHAPEL.

■♦ Fishguard Castle Estate.

ILITTLENEWCASTLE.

ILETTERSTON.

TREVINE.

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JUVENILE TREAT AT HERMON.

PEMBROKESHIRE C. M. MONTHLY…

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LOCAL LICENSEE PBOSECUTED.…

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LOCAL LICENSEE PBOSECUTED. SUMMONS DISMISSED. The monthly petty and annual Licensing Sessons for the Kemes Division were held in the Court House, Eglwyswrw, on Tuesday afternoon, when Mr C V Colby presided, and the other magistrates adjudicating were Al- derman G B Bowen, and Dr Havard. The only case of local interest was one iD which Supt Rees Brinn (Fishguard) sum- moned Mr Joshua Miles, licensee of the Com- mercial Hotel, Newport, for having sold intoxicants during prohibited hours on the 2ISt ult. Constable Davies, (Newport) deposed to having heard voices in the hotel stables at 11.5 p.m., on the date in question, and to having kept the premises under observation until n.45, during which period he saw the defendent leave the stables, enter the house, and return with drinks. Upon entering the stable witness found four men there. For the defence Mr Williams, solicitor, of Cardigan, admitted the facts, but Submitted that no sale had taken palce. Defendant, sworn, stated that it was election night and the defendants had oc- casion to use his stable. Finding them there he joined in their political discussion, and subsequently provided them with a drink apiece as his guests. Evidence of a corroborative character was given by two of the men in question. The Bench dismissed the case.

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PUNCHESTON.

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Mr. Roch Goes to South Africa.

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Concert at Goodwick.

CRICKET.

Family Notices

PROBABLE CANDIDATES.

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IPetty and Licensing.

Brief Results.

CO-OPERATIVE FARMING.

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