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GILLSON—KEN WORTHY. --

LIST OF PRESENTS.

BRIDEGROOM'S PRESENTS.

TENBY FISHING COMPETITIONS.

YESTERDAY'S COMPETITION.

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YESTERDAY'S COMPETITION. Yesterday (Wednesday) morning 29 tickets were issued. The prizes consisted of a silver candle- stick, a pearl handle pocket fruit knife, a silver- mounted thermometer, and a clock given by Mrs C. E. Keep to the lady catching the greatest num- ber of fish, weight not considered. The winners were the Rev. Eales, Mr Meade, Miss Bolding, and Miss Shimmin who brought in 28 whiting pout. Colonel Denne distributed the prizes, and expressed the pleasure it gave him to see so many happy faces about him he felt sure the competi- tions afforded them great enjoyment. The Rev. Eales in proposing a vote of thanks to Colonel Denne, said the competitions were a source of great delight to all that took part in them, whether they were prize winners or not. Mr Waddy seconded the vote which was carried with enthusiastic acclamation. Before the company separated there was much handshaking and bidding adieu, accompanied with a hope of meet- ing at next year's competitions. The committee are to be congratulated on bringing a highly successful season to a termination in such a satisfactory manner.

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EXAMINATION RESULTS. --

JUNIOR CERTIFICATES.

SENIOR OXFORD—LOCAL.

FATAL GAS EXPLOSION AT NEYLAND.

THE INQUEST. --

ARRVIAL OF THE " CARMANIA."

PEMBROKESHIRE SITE VALUES.

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HAVERFORDWEST MYSTERY.

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POLITICAL AGENT AND PEMBROKESHIRE…

RIVAL TO FISHGUARD. --.'.,

VOTER ON HIS OATH. --

WORKHOUSE INMATES' WORK. ......

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CORRESPONDENCE. .v-

" A VISITOR'S NOTES."

TENBY FISHING COMPETITIONS.

UNIONIST PROSPECTS IN PEMBROKE.…

SENIOR CERTIFICATES.