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NORTH PEMBROKE AND FISHGUARD…

FUNERAL OF THE LATE MRS. .LEWIS,…

CONCERT AT THE MARKET HALL.

QUEEREST PARISH COUNCIL IN…

THE FOOTBALL FEVER.

LOCAL FOOTBALL MATCHES: I

THE LOCAL CUP TIES. I

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THE POOR LAW CONFERENCE. I

A LOUGHORJDTVORCE SUIT. 1

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I TIIOSE WHO LABOUR. j —A--

MR. TOM HUGHES AND THE DEPUTY…

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MR. TOM HUGHES AND THE DEPUTY GRAND MASTERSHIP- Mr. Tom Hughes, J.P., Llanelly, has been nominated (says the South Wales Daily News) for the office of Deputy Grand Master of the Independent Order of Oddfellows. M.U. The election will take place at the A.M.C. in the Isle of Man in Whit week, and there is every prospect that Mr. Hughes-the only Welshman on the board of directors of the Unity-will be elected, though the contest is likely to be a stiff one. It is stated that the Old Brigade —by which name an influential section of the delegates is known-will strongly support his candidature. If so, his election is assured, for Mr. Hughes is exceedingly popular among the English delegates. Wales has but once been represented in the Grand Master's chair, which was very ably occupied in 1865-6 by the late Rev. Dr. Thomas Price, of Aberdare, who was instrumental in bringing the A.M.C. for the first time to Wales, the meetings being held in Swansea in 1858.

ODDFELLOWSHIP IN SOUTH WALES.

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THE TINPLATE TRADE .—————.—————.

THE TOWN GAS BILL.

NOVEL FRACAS AT CARMARTHEN.

ERRORS IN FOOD AND DRINK.

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