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TRAVELLING WITHOUT A TICKET.

CHARITY ENTERTAINMENT AT NEYLAND.

I The Pembrokeshire Election.

AFTER THE POLL WAS OVER.I

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BYE-ELECTIONS. j

PEMBROKESHIRE COUNTY CLUB.I

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iCOUNTY COUNCIL ELECTIONS.

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COUNTY COUNCIL ELECTIONS. I THE NOMINATIONS. The nominations of candidates for the forthcoming County Council elections took place yesterday (Tuesday), when the following papers were handed in:— District No. 11, St. Thomas and Furzy Park.-Henry Erasmus Edward Philipps, Picton Castle, gentleman. Nominated by Henry Mathias, seconded by William Hy. George. Ebenezer Davies, Prendergast, glover. Nomi- nated by David Roberts, seconded by Rev. Owen Dean Campbell. i District 12, St. Mary's and St. Martin's.—Morris William Lloyd Owen, Market Street, Haverfordwest, Esquire. Nominated by John James, seconded by R. T. P. Williams. John Llewellyn, Gloucester Terrace, churnmaker. Nominated by William Thomas, seconded by David Phillips. District 13, Prendergast. Edward Marlay Samson, Scotch Wells, Barrister. Nominated by James Ellerslie Bland, seconded by Thomas Henry Thomas. William Thomas Davies, Prendergast, dealer. Nominated by Ebenezer Davies, seconded by William Walker. The Mayor as Returning Officer sits to-day at the Shire Hall at 2 p.m., when any objection will be gone into. UNOPPOSED RETURNS. AmRoTH.-Mr Sackville Herbert Owen, St. Mary's Hill, Tenby, solicitor (Churchman and Conservative.) ST. ISSELL's.-Mr Charles Henry Ranken Vickerman, Hean Castle, Saundersfoot (Churchman and Conserva- tive). MANORBIEB.—Mr Charles William Rees Stokes, War- wick House, Tenby, solicitor (Churchman and Conser- vative). In Begelly Mr Henry Seymour Allen, Creselly, Pembroke (Churchman aud Liberal), re-places a. Liberal member without opposition. In the Llanwrda Division, Fishguard, Mr William Williams (Liberal and Calvinistic Methodist), the retiring member, was also returned unopposed, there being no contest. In the following divisions also there are no contests:— Clydey: Mr Lemuel Jones, Llwynyrhwrdd, farmer (L. and Non ), old member. Kilgerran Mr J. V. Colb), Rhosygilwen (Con. and Ch.), old member. Llanfyrnach: Mr E. Id. James, Pontigafel, Hebron, R.S.O., farmer (L. and Non.), old member. Maen- clochog: The Rev. Wm. Griffiths, Baptist minister (L), old member. St. Dogmell's Mr T. Havard, Penally, old member. Wiston Thomas Llewellyn (Con. and Ch.), old member. un PEMBROKE BOROUGH. The following candidates have been nominated, and are unopposed:—No 33 Division Alderman Samuel Bolt Sketch, J.P., old member. No. 35 Division: Alder- man David Hughes Brown, old member.

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PEMBROKE SCHOOL BOARDI ELECTIONS.

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A DRAMATIC WEDDING EVE.

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I "A LESSON TO CYCLISTS."

HIGH WATER AT HAVERFORDWEST.

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