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P F wr 11 I ESTATE MARKET IN ..908. PEMBROKESHIRE PROPERTY. 1- I lie following remarks on the estate market appeared in The Estates Gazette ":—Business I as a rule during 1908 has been very slack. A considerable amount of landed property was in I the market during the month of August," and nearly the whole of it found purcha: ars at about. 25 years' purchase on low rentals. House property has been at a very low ebb. There hv,s been no improvement on the prices "ob- tained in 1907. It is difficult to jud^e of the future of land and property. The Budget of next year must be known before a decided next year must be known before a decided opinion can be given. The agricultural pros- pects of our district are doubtful, and farm3 and agricultural land let and sold freely, but at slightly reduced prices. The Small Hold- ings Act has not up to the present been taken up, but we expect it will be when better under- stood. Landowners here raise no objection to the principle of the xct, but strongly ob- ject to turn out good tenants of small hold- ings to put in County Council tenants who know nothing of agriculture. I have nothing very much to fear in the Consolidated Agri- cultural Holdings Act of laud, except the chance of increase of bad feeling between landlord and tenant and increased expense if they differ. T. RULE OWEN. Haverfordwest.

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