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IVAGARIES OF A YOUTHFUL CLOCK.

PEMBROKE PETTY SESSIONS.!

PEMBROKE TOWN COUNCIL.

NEYLAND.

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NEYLAND. In advertising lies THE SECRET OF BUSINESS SUCCESS, but not in advertising lies. GENT'S SUITS. OVERCOATS, FANCY VESTS, BREECHES, &c., made to order to special measurements. Every Garment cut, made by men Xperienced. The Style, the Fit, the Finish Xquisite. The price, to suit all comers, not Xpensive. All who have tried us are pleased Xceedingly. Tke wear, appearance and durability Xtra good. The range of patterns and colours is Xtensive. Over 1,000 patterns to select from, all up-to- date. Fancy Tweed Suits-25s. Od., 27s. 6d., 30s. Od., 32s. 6d., 35s. Od., 40s. Od., 45s. Od. Blue or Black Serges-30s. Od., 35s. Od., 40s. Od., 45s. Od., 50s. Od., 55s. Od. Overcoats—25s. Od., 27s. 6d., 30s. Od., 35s. Od, 40s. Od., 45s. Od. J. D. HERBERT, COMPTON HOUSE, NEYLAND. Obituary.—Mr. John Beed, an old and re- spected inhabitant of Neyland, died at his residence in Cambrian Road on January 8th at the age of 75, and was interred at the ceme- tery on Saturday last.—On Sunday the funeral took place of Mrs. Hughes, wife of Mr. John Hughes, painter, of High Street. Deceased was 57 years of age. Socials.—During the past week two socials have been held in the Congregational School- room, and each have proved very successful. On Wednesday of last week the social was arranged by Mr. J. W. Crocker and the choir. On Monday evening the senior Sunday school scholars were invited to a social by the Rev. W. Powell and Miss Powell, and there was a large attendance. Various parlour games were indulged in, and there was also a short musi- cal programme. Mr. J. Evans gave some man- doline solos, and readings were contributed by Mr. Crocker and Mr. Gwilliam, whilst a sketch was performed by Miss Garrett, Miss Nellie Thomas, and Master Albert Evans. Christmas Tree.—On Wednesday last a Christ- mas tree and sale of work was held in the Bethesda Schoolroom in aid of the Church funds. The stallholders were as follows:— Refreshment stall—Mrs. M. Thomas, Mrs. Giles, Mrs. Morris, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. B. C. Evans, and Mrs. Wreford. Sweet stall-Miss Lily Davies, Mise Laura Morris, Miss Edith Thomas, and Miss J. Davies. Christmas tree-Mrs. Ber- mingham, Miss L. Lloyd, Miss E. Thomas, Miss John. Useful article stall—Mrs. Mabe, Mrs. Davies, Mrs. Sheldon. During the after- noon and evening there was an excellent at- tendance, and at intervals musical selections were given. Church Social.—On Wednesday evening a pleasant social was held at the National School. There was a good attendance. The following programme had been arranged :-Pianoforte solo, Miss Rumsey; solo, Mr. Jenkins; solo and chorus. Miss Aveston; banjo solo, Mr. S. Frise; tenor solo, Mr. J. Thomas; concertina solo, Mr. E. Thomas; song. Miss Aveston; solo. Mr. Jenkins; comic song, Mr. W. Mayor; piano- forte duet, Miss G. Griffiths and Mrs. A. Rees; solo, Mr. J. Thomas; concertina solo, Mr. E. Thomas; solo, Miss G. Hall; character duet, Miss F. Herbert and A. Rees; banjo solo, Mr. S. Frise; humorous recitation, Mr. C. Jones; comic song, Mr. W. Phillips; solo, Mr. T. Rowland, jun.; comic song, Mr. W. Mayor; humorous quartette, Miss L. Powell, F. Her- bert, Messrs. S. Rowland and A. Rees. The accompanists were Mrs. A. E. Rees and Miss G. Griffiths.

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