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IVAGARIES OF A YOUTHFUL CLOCK.

PEMBROKE PETTY SESSIONS.!

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PEMBROKE PETTY SESSIONS. Monday: Before the Mayor (-Air. F. S. Reed). Messrs. F. P. Tombs, S. W. Willing, J. Rowe, B. Powell, and H. Trevena. LICENSING BUSINESS. Mr. R. D. Gilbertson applied for the tem- porary transfer of the Steam Brewery, Pem- broke, from the widow of the. late Mr. Hedi ey Griffiths to Mr. Neville Griffiths, who was ow the managing partner of the firm. He "illed "Mr. William VVatkins. the foreman of the firm, but said that unfortunately Mr. eville Grif- fiths was not present. The Mayor said that at least one of the par- ties should have been present. Mr. Gilbertson said that the magistrates could use their discretion as to whether they con- sidered the presence of the parties necessary. After some discussion the Mayor said that the application would be adjourned until the following Wednesday morning for the attend- ance of Mr. Neville Griffiths, when the appli- cation would be granted. Mr. R. D. Lowless applied for the permanent transfer of the Waterman's Arms from Thomas Sidney Griffiths to William Wright George, to whom the license had been temporarily trans- ferred.-Grap.ted. INEBRIATED. John Charles pleaded guilty to a charge of being drunk and disorderly in Main Street on December 21st.-P.S. John proved the case and said that defendant staggered about the street and also used very bad language and refused to desist until he was threatened with being locked up. There were a number of females about at the time.—Fined 2s. 6d. and 6s. 6d. costs. John Cole pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness at Monkton on January 1st.—P.C. Owens proved the case, and a fine of la. and costs, 6s. 6d, was inflicted.

PEMBROKE TOWN COUNCIL.

NEYLAND.

TENBY.

THE IMPROVEMENT OF BUSH HILL.…

CHURCHMEN AND PUBLIC LIFE.

RECHABITE SOCIAL TEA AT WHITLAND.

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PEMBROKE DOCK.

PEMBROKE.

MISS BARBARA DEANE MARRIED.