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PEMRROKE BOROUGH SESSIONS.

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PEMRROKE BOROUGH SESSIONS. Monday, February 11, before the Mayor (Mr. J. Lawrence), Captain Troughton, Alderman A. McColl, Messrs. J. Jones, F. P. Tombs, and A. F. Beddoe. LICENSING SESSIONS. Superintendent Evans reported that during the year no charge hal been prefer-ed against the innkeepers in the borough by the police. The Mayor said that on that ground they had decided to grant the whole of the applications, except those that have shooting ranges on the premises. These cases would be adjourned for ] a month for purposes of inspection. STRAYING CATTLE. ] William Hughes, of Brockfield, was sum- 1 moned for allowing four cows und a man* to j stray at Kingston Hill on Febr.,itry,5. He was j fined 3d. for each animal and 4s. 6d\ costs. < SERIOUS CHAHGFS DUMISr HT* « William Stephens, of BufferLand-terrace, j Pembroke Dock, was charged with indecent ( conduct on Bush Hill, Pembrok3, os February t 5, with intent to insult Violet Lilian. Williams, of Dark-lare, Pembaoke, and a second charge of similar conduct with regard to Kate Mathias on February 6. Mr. F. S. Reed defended, and 1 pleaded not guilty. After hearing the evidence of the girls both t charges weie dismissed 1 t

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VILLAGE SHOOTING OUTRAGE.j

FIRE FATALITIES.

PRINCESS AND COOK.

Family Notices

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110,000 BURGLARY. .

THE LEWIS CASE.

MISS BILLINGTON MARRIED.

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----SHIPPING DISASTER. .

STRANGE LOVE TRAGEDY STORY.

POINT FOR PASSENGERS.

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