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IVAGARIES OF A YOUTHFUL CLOCK.

PEMBROKE PETTY SESSIONS.!

PEMBROKE TOWN COUNCIL.

NEYLAND.

TENBY.

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TENBY. "Sunny Tenby."—Mr. Truscott informed the Town Council on Monday that the report of the Meteorological Office for the week ending Jan. 4th, showed that Tenby had the best record for bright sunshine of any place in the United Kingdom, including the Channel Islands. The bright sunshine recorded was 27.5 hours. Car- diff came second with 25.7 hours, and other places were under 20 hours. The Mayor.—The Mayor of Tenby (Mr. F. W. Gregory) i:; temporarily returning to his old profession of the stage, and left Tenby last week to take up an engagement. Mr. Gregory will be away from the town for several months. During his absence he will be represented in official matters by the Deputy-Mayor, Alderman Leach, J.P. TENBY HUNT WEEK. The annual hunt breakfast which Mr. Wyn- ford Phiiipps, M.P., and Mrs. Philipps have given for some years during the Tenby Hunt week, took place at Lydstep House on Tuesday morning. A large concourse assembled, the party including Mrs. Wynford Philipps and the guests at Lydstep, Col. Ivor Philipps, M.P., and Mrs. Ivor Philipps, and many others. Breakfast was laid in the library, and speeches were made by Mr. Seymour Allen, M.F.H., and Mr. Colwyn Philipps. The first amateur dramatic performance took place in the Royal Gate House Assembly Rooms, and, as usual on these occasions, was attended by a very large audience. More than ordinary interest centred on the production of the musical comedy, "Lady Selina of K," from the local connection of the authoress, Miss Mabel Leeds (sister of Mr. Montagu Leeds, Tenby), and the scene of the comedy being Carmarthen Bay. The comedy is well con- ceived, full of bright and sparkling dialogue, and the music crisp. It was well staged and enthusiastically received, and when the cur- tain fell the authoress was called before the curtain and thanked. The principal parts were admirably pourtrayed, especially by Mrs. Ha- milton, Mrs. Sparrow, Miss Nora Hutchinson, lrs. Muncaster, and Mrs. Thomas. Miss Tina Bancroft danced charmingly. Altogether the production was a credit to all concerned. The Races are announced for Tuesday and Wednesday next, weather permitting. Excur- sion trains will be run from all parts. I

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CHURCHMEN AND PUBLIC LIFE.

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PEMBROKE DOCK.

PEMBROKE.

MISS BARBARA DEANE MARRIED.