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COODWICK.

SOLYA.

LLANRHIAN.

-1 NORTH PEMBROKESHIRE -FARMERS'…

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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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CYCLIST KILLED AT PEMBROKE1…

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THE BOROUGH MEMBER AT MILFORD.

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to face this question of the House of LordSt and the sooner the better. Mr. GladstoJJS never said a truer thing. He believed tl2fr Liberal Government were determined to carry their measures through the House of CommonS regardless of the House of Lords. If the House of Lords threw out the measures, ft would be for the people to say, when the tiII18 came whether their elected representatives wet* to be consistently stopped in carrying out views which he was pledged to support. g8 did not doubt what the decision of the people would be." It would, no doubt, be a hard fight, but he did not think it would be a long fighk He promised to support any measure which the Liberal Government might bring in to deal with this question. Sir Henry Campbell-Ban- nerman's scheme was probably the line of least resistance, and Sir Henry was a man whoIØ he was proud to follow. (Applause.) In coC* elusion Mr. Philipps said he gave the elec- torate various pledges two years ago, and be had endeavoured to the best of his ability to fulfil them. He was prepared to, answer anY criticisms on that two years' service-(applause) —and he promised them that so 'long as he had the honour of being their representative in the House of Commons he would, to the best I of his ability, endeavour to honestly carry out all the pledges he gave. (Applause.) Other speeches followed.