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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

BETTER FACILITIES FOR THE…

PUNCHESTON.

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Mr. Roch Goes to South Africa.

[MATHRY.

Concert at Goodwick.

CRICKET.

Family Notices

PROBABLE CANDIDATES.

--0--MATHRY.

IPetty and Licensing.

Brief Results.

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Brief Results. The question of stabling accommodation was revived in connection with the Fishguard Bay Hotel. Mr John Rees, 1 G.W.R., Divis- ional Superintendent, said the demand was not as to warrant the outlay. The magistra- tes present at Mathry a year ago declared that a definite promise had been made, but this was disputed by the Company's solicitor who quoted from a newspaper in support of his contention. The Chairman intimated that, unless some undertaking were given, the renewal of the license would be adjourned. The final decision upon the matter was de- ferred until after luncheon. The Bench decided by a large majority to adjourn the matter for a month and to in- struct the Chief Constable to oppose the license on the grounds that the premises had not been maintained in the state in which they were when the license was originally granted. Mr David Cornock, of West-street, was granted a billiard license in respect of the building at the rear of his premises now utilised as a voung men's institute

CO-OPERATIVE FARMING.

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