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PRESENTATION AT BURTON.

COUNTY SCHOOL GOVERNORS.

FOOTBALL.

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PEMBROKE BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

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SHOCKING PEMBROKE CASE.

THE LEES-THOMAS WEDDING.

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THE LATE MR. H. W. WILLIAMS,…

. COLLISION IN THE BRISTOL…

A MR. MOSELY'S VISIT TO CANADA.

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A MR. MOSELY'S VISIT TO CANADA. Arthur Mosely, C.M.G., in writing to the "Times" on the present visit of the British Teachers to Canada, which he organised, refers in glowing terms to the great opportunities of the country for Englishmen in other respects "Whilst on the subject of Canada, may I be allowed to again emphasise the great opportu- nities that this magnificent territory offers to our fellow-countrymen who are willing to work on the soil or in the cities ? Skilled labour of every description is wanted, highly paid and liberally treated, whilst children have educa- tional advantages that are unknown in this country. When will the public wake up to the opportunities that await every class of enter- prise in the Dominion? At present others more enterprising, more alert than ourselves are largely reaping its benefits, and I suppose, as usual, we shall wake up to the posibilities of this great Empire when all the land is gone and we can only get together either the scraps that others have left, or what we can then purchase at high prices!" Swansea's fine unbroken record for the sea- son was broken on Saturday at Leicester, when the Midlanders piled up a heavy score against the Welshmen. The following gentlemen have been placed on the commission of the peace for the county of Carmarthen :—Mr. Daniel Stephens, Arlais, Kidwelly, and Mr. Henry Jones Thomas, Pen- rhosucha, Llanfynydd. Mrs. Mary Jones, of Albion House, JLlannon, Cardigan, who died on May 22 last, wife of Mr. Thomas Jones, master mariner, left estate, in- cluding property vested in her as trustee, valued at £ 1,220, and administration of her estate has been granted to her husband. A well-known Swansea hotel manageress,, Mrs. Jones, nee Grainger, who had previously been manageress of the Cameron Arms at Swansea, has died from consumption and the breaking of a blood vessel at her residence, the White Rose Hotel, WTalters-road, Swansea. The concert which the Baroness Cederstrom (Madam Patti) had kindly consented to give for the benefit of the Swansea Hospital is to take place on September 26 at the Grand Theatre which has been placed at the disposal of the hospital authorities by Mr. Brooks, the resident lesse and manager. Almost ever since its formation, many years ago, the Cardigan Conservative Club has been inconvenienced by its restricted accommodation This, however, is now about to be altered, Mr. J. V. Colby, Ffynone., having placed at the disposal of the committee, at a nominal rent, the commodious premises in the town, of which he is the owner, known as Tintern Cottage. At a meeting of the club members, under the presidency of Mr. Henry Evans, it was resolved to accept Mr. Colby's offer with thanks. The new premises, which are to be fitted up for the purpose, will contain large reading rooms and billiard rooms. The club will then be known as the Cardigan Imperial Club.

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PEMBROKE BOARD OF GUARDIANS.