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PEMBROKE-DOCK RATEPAYERS' MEETING. A general meeting of the Pembroke-Dock Ratepayers' Association was held at the Mar- ket House, Pembroke-Dock, last week, to consider the claims of municipal candidates recommended by the Association Committee. Mr H. Hinchliffe, chairman of the Association, presided, and addresses were delivered by Messrs. T. H. Edwards and W. B. Vaughan, the two candidates recommended by the com- mittee. Mr Edwards dealt with the narrow area within which the streets were watered by the Corporation water cart, and contended that people who lived outside the main streets of the town were just as much entitled to the service of the Corporation water cart as business people and the leading residents. Alderman W. Phillips, in reply, drew attention to the cost entailed by providing water, but he was informed that it was not contended that more water should be used, but that the water should be distributed over a wider area. Mr W. B. Vaughan urged that if an electrical installation were to be introduced it should be financed by a private company, and not by the Corporation. A resolution approving of the adoption of Messrs. Edwards and Vaughan as candidates of the association was adopted. Other candidates for the three vacancies are the retiring members, Councillor Charles Young (Mayor), and Councillors J. Grieve and T. Davies.

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