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7 TWtaiinMW^tTT'yrff»>w'n»V'_u iii IIH1"'1"™———| NOlES AND' COMMENTS. Since Sunday, walking in the streets at Pern, j broke Dock has been, a s^oxi containing a small element of danger and a big element of discomfort. In. many* tow-s where a heavy fall of snow occurs during the night the house- holders have to clear the pavements in front of their houses, whilst the Town Council sends men round with carts and shovels to dear the gutters and make trie street:; passable. In Pembroke Dock apparently the good people consider that to interxere with the snow would be to thwart Providence. As the snow laiis so it lays, and doubtless some of the house- holders would feel quite hurt if a person who fell and broke his leg on the frozen snow on the pavements outside their houses, blamed them. But it is possible that they Would be legally liable, if therei s a byelaw to the effect that householders should remove the snow from their dwellings, and it was proved that it was owing to the neglect of this bye-law that the accident happened. As for the state of the streets, they were a disgrace to the town. Surely a few men could have been sent round to clear the crossings and gutters? We hope that an explanation will be asked for at the next meeting of the Pater Committees. » "9 The poor of the towns of Pembroke and Pembroke Dock .have had good cause to re- member the Mayoralty of 1\11:. Charles Young, for that gentleman has shown of that lIberalIty this Christmas. On Tuesday evening of last week the Poor Relief Society distributed 110 grocery and coal tickets of the value of 2s. each, which His Worship bad given, and another 30 were distributed in Pembroke. But not content with that His worship visited the Christmas Market at Pembroke Dock on Wed- nesday and there made extensive purchases of beef and other Christmas fare. Then accom- panied by Councillor Grieve, he visited the various parts of the Borough, and after various ■ nquiries and in vest igat ions distributed the. good things to those who were in poor cir- cumstances. There is no doubt that many JI., family had a brighter Christmas than they "would have done had it not been for his vor-' -ship's forethought and generosity.

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