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" GOODWICK.

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.…

Fishguard and Goodwick Education…

County Assessment.

GREAT WESTERN FINANCES. I

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GREAT WESTERN FINANCES. The report of the directors for the half-year ending 31st December 1909, states that the receipts amounted to C7,264,366, a net decrease of £ 32>738, and the expenditure to £ 4,384,305, a net decrease of £ 30,117. The dividends and interest'received amounted to £ 12,510, and the balance from last half-year to 274,483, making £ 2,967,054. Interest and dividends on Deben- ture and Rent Charge Stocks, rents of leased lines and other prior charges absorbed £ 858,758, and the dividend on Guaranteed and Preference Stocks £ 646,010, leaving the balance available for dividend on Ordinary stock £ 1,362,278. The balance will admit of a dividend on the Ordin- ary Stock at the rate of 7 per cent, per annum, leaving a sum of £ 98,875 to be carried forward, as compared with a dividend at the rate of 7 per cent per annum in the corresponding half- year, with a sum of zc86,998 carried forward. The report adds:—The construction of the Swansea District Railways has been well ad- vanced. Of other important works in hand, the improvement of the access to and the ac. commodation at Paddington Station, the doubling of the Newport Tunnel, and of the Kingsvvear branch between Torquay and Paignton, the provision of a goods depot at South Lambeth, and the erection of coal tips and hydraulic appliances at King's Dock, Swansea, are making good progress. During the last half-year capital expenditure involved the spending of £ 58,504 on tipping appliances at the King's Dock, Swansea, of £ 38,504 on additional accommodation on the company's Monmouthshire system, and of £ 109,432 on the new Swansea lines.

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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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