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HAYERFORDVIEer NEWS. We are pleased to hear that the Flower Show Committee have decided to hold another Exhibition this year, in August. It is to be on a larger stale than before, with a greater range of prizes, and we trust it will prove a success. On Monday evening, at the Queen's Hotel, a presentation Wts made to Mr B. Thomas, who for several years has so ably and courteously discharged the duties of booking clerk at the Haverfordwest Rail- way Station, to which post he was pro- moted from the Goods Department. The proceedings were presided over by Mr. Langford, and the ceremony was performed by Foreman May in a few well-chosen re- marks. The gift, which came from the Station staff, took the form of a walnut writing desk and walking stick. The oc- casion was Mr Thomas's transfer to Mil- ford Haven, where he goes with the good wishas of all his comrades at Haverford- west, as well as those of the general public who came in contact with him and thus be- came acquainted with his consistently cheerful and obliging disposition. The presents were supplied by Mr C. S. Davies, Bridge Street. 0 I The Haverfordwest Choral Society be- gan on Monday evening the business of preparing for eisteddfodic competitions at Pembroke Dock, Haverfordwest, and Fish- guard. Mr Evan Jones, the old conductor, wielded the baton, and had a hearty re- ception from the members; and Mrs W. J. Jones presided at the pianoforte. There was only a fair attendance of members, probably owing to the fact that a great many of the members were engaged pre- paring for the performance of "Daniel" at the Albany Chapel this (Thursday) evening. It is hoped on Sunday evening, at the second rehearsal, to see a choir of 100 voices present. The Male Voice Society are also hard at work preparing for the coming competitions.


Funeral of Mrs. Justin Evaivs.

+—— The Lady's World.

. Haverfordwest County Court.