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Do You Know? That an amusing incident was witne&sea on the Castle Square the other day. That as a motor car passed a terrier dog was seen writhing as if in great pain. That it was concluded that the poor animal was in its death throes, and when it lay back on the ground several voices said it's dead.' That one gentleman observed It's not only dead but double dead "-and the company stood back in order to allow the dog to breathe, if perchance life was not yet extinct. That as the circle widened the dog sprang up and darted up High Street, the Castle Square ringing with laughter. That on Sunday Col. Willis inspected the Haver- fordwest Boy's Brigade, after the morning service at St. Mary's Church. That tiie Colonel complimented the Boys on their neat and smart appearance, and expressed the hope that they would live up to their motto. That Mr Mariay Samson has been mentioned as a prospective Conservative candidate for the county. That I am afraid Mr Samson will seek an easier entrance into politics than through Pembrokeshire. That many of your readers have been pleased with General Lloyd's remarks about our having an army worthy of a free people. That the general is no Conscripuomst. That Haverfordwest ought certainly to be able to raise a Territorial Company of its own. That the small band of champions of the Church of England in Wales were nursed in the bosom of Nonconformity, That these include the Bishop of St. Davids, the j 1 Archdeacon of Carmarthen, and Canon Camber- illiams. That the presence of mind of the little Freystrop girl 111 saving the I-Ife of her sister ought to be suit- ably recognised. That Mr J. S. Davies. Llanwnda, has been trans- ferred to Milford station as fish checker. That other stall changes on the G.W.R. have been the transference of Mr C. R. Scott, signal porter, ewcastJ e Emlyn, to Haverfordwest as signalman, and Mr T. Thomas, signalman, Clarbeston Road. to Letterston as checker. That Mr S. J. Burrows, of Pivmouth. so popular in Haverfordwest, will preach at the Bethesda Chapel next Sunday. That on Saturday evening Mr liarrows will address an open air temperance meeting. That the local branch of the Free Church Council have decided to hold a iinited mission in September. That the missioner will probably be the Rev. John Mcneil. That Dr. Havard. while descending the stairs of a house at Dinas Cross on Friday, slipped on the newly beeswaxed floor and fractured his right leg just above the ankle. That a large number of peopie have left Haver- fordwest to attend the National Eisteddfod in London. That the Rev. Owen Jacobs is recovering from his attack of acute rheumatism. PERIWINKLE. 4Tli BATT. WELSH REGIMENT, (A. Company;. Orders for the week ending 2oth June, HIU9: < Orderly Officer. Lieut. A. H. Howard. Orderly N.C.O., Lc.-Sergt. E. Nicholas. Company Training, Monday, > p.m., uniform. Recruit Drill, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, S p.m., plain clothes. Class Firing, Thursday, 10.30 a.m., uniform. W J. JOXES, Captain

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