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FISHCUARD.

COODWICK.

SOLYA.

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SOLYA. Arrivals.—The arrivals for the week are:— Ketch, Rosetta, with a cargo of superphosphate for Mr. A. O. Williams, merchant; and Dol- phin, from Sydney, with coal for W.C.A. Singing Festival.—Practices towards the forth- coming festival are now in full swing at the several Baptist churches of the district, and this augurs well for a successful "gymanfa" at Croesgoch next June. The committee have been very fortunate in securing the services of a first-class conductor for the day in the person of Mr. D. Thomas, F.T.S.C., Pontypridd. Success.—We wish to congratulate most hear- tily our young friend, Mr. Edrin Beynon, of Whitchurch, Solva, upon his success at the Civil Service competitive examination recently held at Swansea for post-office telegraphists. Out of 27 candidates he secured the second place on the list, which result is indeed highly gratifying. He has been appointed as clerk and telegraphist to the head post-office, Aber- dare, where he intends taking up duties next week. He received private tuition for this examination from Mr. W. D. Evans, head teacher of the Council School, who has also so successfully coached several others of his old pupils for tnis and similar examinations.

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PEMBROKE DOCK.

PEMBROKE.

NEYLAND.

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PEMBROKE RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL.

PEMBROKE PETTY SESSIONS.

PEMBROKE EDUCATION COMMITTEE.

THE BOROUGH MEMBER AT MILFORD.

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THE BOROUGH MEMBER AT MILFORD.