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.NOTES AND COMMENTS.

PEMRROKE BOROUGH SESSIONS.

PEMBROKE TOWN i COUNCIL. e

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VILLAGE SHOOTING OUTRAGE.j

FIRE FATALITIES.

PRINCESS AND COOK.

Family Notices

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THE LEWIS CASE.

MISS BILLINGTON MARRIED.

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MISS BILLINGTON MARRIED. Miss Teresa Billington, the suffragist, is to be known henceforth as Mrs. Billington Greig. She was married In the semi-privacy of a Sheriff's room at Glasgow, to Mr. Fred Greig, manager to Messrs. Burroughes and Watts, billiard-table makers, Glasgow. Mr. Greig is stated to be a man of pronounced political opinions. The witnesses were Mrs. Pearce, the widow of a well-known wine merchant, and Mr. Greig's brother. The honeymoon, it is under- stood, will be spent in the vicinity of London, and Mr. and Mrs. Greig will take up their resi- dence at Lenzie, about ten miles from Glasgow. Interviewed after the ceremony, Mrs. Billing- ton Greig stated that while she would not define any particular course of action, in the mean- time she did not propose dissociating herself from the suffragist movement.

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STRANGE LOVE TRAGEDY STORY.

POINT FOR PASSENGERS.

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