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ANNUAL DINNER. --PRESENTATION…

ENGAGED BY MOSS AND STOLL'S…

EFFICIENT DISEMBARKATION.

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FACSIMILES ON VIEW AT TENBY.

HOW THEIR WORSHIPS ARE ELECTED…

SALE OF WAR OFFICE LAND.

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TENBY GOLF CLUB. ......

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TENBY GOLF CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. Dr. Charles Mathias (captain) presided at the annual meeting of the Tenby Golf Club, which was held at the Coburg Hotel on Wednesday evening of last week, when there was a large attendance of members. Mr J. S. Brown, the hon. secretary of the Club, presented the accounts for the year end- ing September 30th, which showed receipts, including a balance of £ 39 2s. 2d. brought for- ward, £ 465 2s. 8d. expenditure JS595 11s. 7d., the balance in hand having thus been increased to £ 69 lis. Id. Mr Browu, in submitting the accounts, remarked that the subscriptions of annual members showed a slight decrease, but visitors' subscriptions had increased by £42. This increase was attributed to the appointment of a caddy master in April last. Before that step was taken an almost incredible number of people played on the links and never paid a penny for the unkeep of the Club. Others who had paid for a week or fortnight's play expected to have another three weeks or a month on top of that without paying anything further. That had been stopped now.—The accounts were adopted. Mr Mathias Thomas having become the owner of the Tenby Burrows estate, on which a large portion of the golf course is situate, the com- mittee had thought it advisable to endeavour to secure an extension of their existing lease, which was granted them by Mr David Davies, M.P., the former owner cf the property. In the terms of the proposed lease the committee raised objections in several important particu- lars, and it was unanimously resolved, on the motion of Mr J. F. C. Burgess, seconded by Mr T. D. S. Cuninghame, to endorse and confirm the decision of the committee. On the motion of Captain Plumer, R.N., seconded by Colonel Voyle, it was decided that ladies desiring to become members of the Club should in future pay an entrance fee of 10s. 6d. Mr Montagu Leeds proposed that the Mayor of Tenby for the time being should in future be a honorary member of the Club.-This was carried. Sir Charles Philipps, Bart., was re-elected president, and Mr Clement J. Williams vice- president. The popular captain, Dr. Mathias, was reappointed. Mr J. S. Brown was re- elected hon. secretary, and, in reply to a vote of thanks for his services, said he had no doubt that in a little time they would have one of the best courses in South Wales, if not in the whole of Wales. Mr C. C. G. Cooke was appointed hon. treasurer. The election of a committee resulted in the following being chosen :-Captain Plumer, R.N., Mr J. F. C. Burgess, Mr Hunter Kent, Major Sellar, Mr Montagu Leeds, and Mr Lawford Evans.

CHARGE OF INCENDIARISM. --

HALL IMPROVEMENTS.

SHOPBREAKER SENTENCED.

WOMAN CHARGED WITH INCENDIARISM…

A PECULIARITY OF THE LAW.

THEFT FROM FELLOW LODGER.

YOUNG BANK CLERK.

SIR GEORGE ARMSTRONG AT FISHGUARD.…

TRIBUTES AT CARDIFF.

EXCURSION TICKET LAW.