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'-NOTES AND COMMENTS.

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DUNCLEDDY PETTY SESSIONS.

LIST OF CANDIDATES.

HAVERFORDWEST.

CAMROSE.

COUNTY COUNCIL ELECTION.

ETHOLlAD CYNCOR SIROL.

A CONTRACTOR'S AFFAIRS-

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KILCERKAN

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Australia for the 'Emigrant.

CHEAP RAILWAY TICKETS.

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PREMIER AND THE LORDS.

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INOTED SOLVA CHARACTER.

. ROMANCE IN CRIME.

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ROMANCE IN CRIME. There was an element of romance in the casa of Henry Leon Levine, who was bound over to tome up for judgment if called on at the Clerken- well Sessions. He pleaded guilty to having ob- tained by false pretences in 1901 a quantity of jewellery of the value of C-112. After the com- mission of the crime he absconded, and was not seen again until he surrendered voluntarily last. January. In the meantime, however, he made- restitution by the payment of £ 122. Mr. Charles Mathews told the romance in an, eloquent appeal on behalf of Levine, who is, a. Jew. At the time of the offence, he said, Levine desired to marry a girl "of his own persuasion, but his family were greatly opposed to the match. Levine absconded, and on his return in. 1904 the opposition to the marriage was with- drawn with a full knowledge of the facts. Levina had lived from that time happily with his wife, and had behaved satisfactorily. In January. however, he recognised the fact that this im- pending sorrow loomed over him and his wife, and by this time his children and his conscience and her perfectly proper persuasion led him to gratify their mutual desire by coming to London in order to wipe out this incident of the past.

NO HELP FROM THE LAW.

EXCITING MAN HUNT.

BISHOPS AND THEIR CLUBS.

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PREMIER AND THE LORDS.