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COODWICK.

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PEMBROKE DOCK.

PEMBROKE.

NEYLAND.

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NEYLAND. THE PROBLEM of being well and economically dressed solved in a new way. GENT'S SUITS, OVERCOATS, FANCY VESTS, BREECHES, &c., made to order to special measurements. Every Garment cut, made by menfXperienced. The Style, the Fit, the Finish Xquisite. The price, to suit all comers, not Xpensive. All who have tried us are pleased Xoeedingly. 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. ad., 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. Wedding.—On Saturday last the wedding too- place at Bethesda Baptist Church, of Mr. Richard Macken and Miss Emily Thomas, both of Neyland. The Rev. B .C. Evans was the officiating minister. Neyland Orpheus Male Voice Choir have de- cided to compete in the Male Voice competi- tion at Narberth Eisteddfod on Easter Monday, and have commenced practising the test piece. Old Inhabitant Dead.—Mr. Thomas Richards, of Leonardstone-road, died early on Wednes- day morning at the age of 84. Deceased was a Dockyard pensioner, and was much respected, having for 30 years been deacon at the Congre- gational Church. The Beach Road.—On Wednesday last the chairman of the County Council (Dr. Griffith) and the county surveyor, met a deputation from the Neyland Urban Council, on the Hazel- beach to Neyland road, to consider the appli- tion made by the Urban Council for assistance from the County Council for continuing the new sea wall and repairing the road. The matter will be further considered at the County Council meeting next Tuesday. Entertainment.—On Wednesday evening an entertainment in aid of the Church Funds was given at the National Schools, Neyland, and proved very successful. The programme was contributed to largely by a Pembroke Dock Party, an orchestra conducted by Mr. T. G. Hancock playing selections, whilst songs were given by Miss A. Hancock, Miss Marjory Han- cock, Miss Nellie Smith, Miss McDonald, Miss May Ferner, Mr. W. Lewis and Mr. Fred Davies. An operetta entitled "Extremes" was staged, those taking part including the Misses M. and A. Hancock, Miss Aveston, Miss Ivy Bonnell and Miss Ferner. There was also a sketch "Borrowed Plumes," in which Mr. T. W. Rowlands, Mr. W. James, Mr. C. Jones, Miss Herbert and Miss Dora Button appeared. Concert.—A concert under the auspices of the Neyland Orpheus Society was given in aid of Mr. T. Herbert, of Charles Street, on Wed- nesday week in the National Schoolroom. Capt. Enoch Davies presided, and in his opening address spoke of the good character of Mr. Herbert, who for 21 years had served as ship's cook in the G.W. Railway steamers, most of the time under the Chairman. There was a large audience present, and the Captain re- marked that that was evidence that the world was not getting worse as some pessimists were trying to make out, and that the huge audience was sufficient evidence that people were more christian and sympathetic with the sick and suffering than ever. The secretary informs us that he expects that about L20 will result from the effort. The recipient, Mr. Thomas Herbert, has been ill upwards of 13 months, and he justly merited the assistance that will be given- him by the concert. M_

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