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PEMBROKE DOCK.

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PEMBROKE DOCK. The Dockyard Examinations.—It is announ- ced that the competitive examination for ap- prentices to the Dockyards and the Boy Arti- ficers in the Royal Navy will be held in Lon- don, Devonport, Portsmouth, Chatham, Pem- broke, Sheerness, and Cork in May. Re- quests for regulations, etc., should be addres- sed to the Secretary, Civil Service Commission, London, W. Veteran's Death.—The death took place at his residence in Princess-street on Wednesday of Mr. Michael Winters, an old and respec- ted inhabitant of the town. Deceased, who was 69 years of age, was an army pensioner. He had joined the service in 1852, and served in the Old Cost Brigade of Artillery. He was sta- tioned at Quebec for many years and was one of the recipients of the belated Red River Ex- pedition Medal. Deceased was an Orangeman and a member of the Church of England. An Appointment.—Mr. J. J. Maple, the popu- lar headmaster of the Templeton Council School, has secured an appointment under the London Education Committee at Bayswater. Mr Maple is a Pembroke Dock man, but he had made himself very popular at Templeton. He had captained the T6mpleton Football Club since its formation, was secretary of the local Horticultural Society, and had for some years conducted the Congregational Chapel Choir and the Templeton Male Voice Party. He had also for four years been a member of the Narberth South Parish Council, and was the chief promoter in the village lighting scheme recently carried out. The Wesleyan Church.—Tile preacher at the Me.yrick-street Wesleyan Church on Sunday was the Rev. J. J. BaVies, who has recently returned from Durb^tfi. Mr. Davies is a Pem- broke Dock man, and is brother of Mrs. S. J. Allen. There wete large congregations at each setvfee. r The -Mecha'nic.s'TÍÍstitute.l'he fifty-seventh afahti-ak report and balance sheet of the Pem- broke Dock Mechanics' Institute, of which Mr. A. MeColl is president, has just been issued. The actual income for the year was £131 10s 3d., against kl36 5s. 3d. This may be accounted for owing to the increase of arrears of subscrip- tions. The expenditure was Z186 13s. Ogd., against iEl22 5s. lid. last year, The Salvation Army.—During the past week end "Brigadier" Onslow A. Edwin (adminis- trative secretary for Wales and West of Eng- land) accompanied by "Staff-captain" Hum- phrey paid a visit to Pembroke Dock. On Saturday evening the brigadier was given a hearty welcome upon his arrival, the local band meeting him at the station. On Sunday the services were held in the Temperance Hall and were well attended. On Sunday afternoon Brigadier Edwin gave a lecture at the Bethel Bush-street Baptist Church upon "The Crimi- nal—corrective v. vindictive punishment." Mr. W. Grieve presided and was supported by a number of members of the Town Council, and various local ministers. On Monday evening an anniversary tea was held in the Congrega- tional Schoolroom, followed by a united gather- ing addressed by Brigadier Edwin, at which "officers" from various surrounding towns were present.

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PEMBROKE PETTY SESSIONS.

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THE BOROUGH MEMBER AT MILFORD.

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