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GILLSON—KEN WORTHY. --

LIST OF PRESENTS.

BRIDEGROOM'S PRESENTS.

TENBY FISHING COMPETITIONS.

YESTERDAY'S COMPETITION.

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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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PEMBROKESHIRE SITE VALUES. Mr Maurice Fersht was the principal speaker at a Budget League meeting at Haverfordwest on Saturday evening. Mr T. C. Rees presided. Mr Fersht, in the course of a vigorous speech, said that Lord Rosebery had declared that he could not accept Tariff Reform, and he would not follow the Liberal party because of its Socialistic legislation. As a matter of fact, Lord Rosebery wanted everybody to follow him. (Laughter). Lord Rosebery's speech was as effective in support of the Budget as Mr Lloyd George's speech itself. The speaker mentioned a local instance which provided a forcible object lesson in the taxation of site values. Sir Thomas Meyrick had land at Monckton, Pembroke, let at £4 10s. per acre, and of this land he sold four- fifths of an acre to the Pembroke School Board, who wanted the land for an infant's school, for JE472. Mr A. B. Williams, a local solicitor, in moving a vote of thanks to Mr Fersht, referred to the effect of the Budget on agriculture, and said there were abundant instances in Pembrokeshire where the value of land had gone up. A reso- lution in support of the Government was carried unanimously. Mr Fersht told the audience that his instructions from the Budget League were to be prepared for an election at any moment.

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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.