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PREACHERS FOR SUNDAY,

HAVERFORDWEST.

THE CONDITION OF HAVERFORDWEST.

HONOURING THE SCHOOLMASTER.

HAVERFORDWEST TOWN COUNCIL.

MILFORD HAVEN.

MILFORD PETTY SESSIONS.

LANDLORD CHARGD WITH ASSAULT'

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PEMBROKE COUN1 Y MAIN ROADS.

HAVERFORDWEST TOWN IMPROVE"…

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HAVERFORDWEST TOWN IMPROVE" MENT COMMITTEE. At a meeting of the Town Improvements Committee held at the Council Chamber, Ha- verfordwest, on Friday, the Rev. D. Akrill Jones occupied the chair, and there were also present:—Mr. Sidney J. Rees (hon. sec.), the Rev. John Phillips, Messrs. Hugh Saunders, A* J. Wright, J. W. Phillips, Wm. John. F. Lang- ford. W. Bevan, S. R. Evans, Tom Davies, Y., Phillips, J. L. Jenkins, Sidney Davies, Wm. Thomas and T. 31. Phillips. The Chairman said their Secretary had re- ceived a reply from the Haverfordwest Rural District Council to the Committee's letter. The Council had insructed their surveyor to report upon the necessary repairs to the footpath at the New Road. With regard to the sub-com- mittee appointed to consider the best means of distribunng throughout the country the new guide books, the matter had been under con- sideration, and the committee had decided to wait and see what steps were taken by the Haverfordwest Town Council with x<.l :< v. to the guide books in their possession. The com- mittee could then supplement any scheme of distribution undertaken by the Council. Mr. Bevan said the work on the Crowhill path was practically completed. Five guineas had been expended, which left them "1" two guineas to complete the work there. Since this report a gentleman has kindly given a swing gate to replace the stile entering the fields. The Rev. John Phillips enquired what steps had been taken towards the organisation of the administration of the relief fund? The Chairman said that they had decided not to send the letters to the clergy, rninisers, and guardians until they had more money in hand. It was useless inviting particulars as to perhaps 100 cases of destitution wh- -st they only had about £10 in hand for the relief fund. The treasurer (Ir. Â. J. Wright) presented his report. There was slightly over £60 stand- ing to the credit of the Committee on both their accounts, about £10 of which was the re- lief fund. As the result of considerable discussion it was decided to suspend operations after the work on the Frolic had been completed, it being felt that the worse of the distress would have been tided over. The whole scheme was then to be drawn up, and the sanction of Sir Charles Philipps obtained to "the Scotchwell portion. Perrot's Trustees were then to be ap- plied to for a grant, it being felt that the most powerful appeal to the charity would be the work which was to be undertaken at the Scotchwell.

PRENDERGAST BURIAL QUESTION.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

Family Notices