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RECORD FOR SOUfH WALES.

POSITIVE SAUNDERSFOOT WITNESS.

THE "UNDEVELOPED LAND" OF…

SOCIETY FOR THE ASSISTANCE…

IMPERIAL SERVICE MEDAL.

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JOHN FOX, JR., ON THE TRAIL…

GIRLS OUT LATE. ?

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GIRLS OUT LATE. ? VIGILANCE MEETING AT HAVERFORD- WEST. At a public meeting held at Haverfordwest,, under the auspices of the South Wales branch, of the National Vigilance Association, last Thurs- day night, the chairman, Rev. J. H. Davies, vicar of St. Mary's, said there were many societies ia Haverfordwest which exercised a healthful in- fluence, but much work still remained to be done. He said he would like to see all the ]t%uoei and public walks, which had been made beautiful by the Town Improvements Committee, closed shortly after sunset throughout the year. It was not proper for young people to be walking about at night in the Haverfordwest resorts. Mrs George lies, Penarth, said things had greatly George lies, Penarth, said things had greatly changed since she was a girl. Then girls had to be indoors at 9 o'clock now they were permitted to remain out much later. Mr George Pike, Cardiff, Rev. A. Baring-Gould, and Mr F. J. Warren also spoke.

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MOTOR-BOAT FOR LOBSTERS.

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TENBY TIDE TABLE, OCT., igio.

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