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PEMBROKE. The Rev. A. D. Gilbertson, son of Mr. R. D. Gilbertson, solicitor, Pembroke, has just left Grimsby, where he was curate, to become a chaplain in the Royal Navy. Prior to leaving lie was presented by the parishioners with a leather case containing a silver inkstand, pen, pencil, and a pair of silver candlesticks. WTedding.—The wedding took place last week at Newton Chapel, Manorbier, of Miss Eva Gibbs. daughter of Mr. W. Gibbs, J.P., of Portclew, Lamphey, and Mr. Ernest Wise, of Launceston, Cornwall. The two bridesmaids were the Misses Grace and Nellie Gibbs, sisters of the bride, and the best man was Mr. Gordon Gibbs. The officiating minister was the Rev. Gilbert Rees, of Swansea. A reception was afterwards held at Portclew. The presents numbered over 100, and many were of a valu- able nature. County Sessions.—The magistrates present at the County Sessions on Saturday were Colonel Mirehouse (chairman), Lord St. Davids, Messrs. W. E. de Winton, W. Gibbs, and W. G. Parcel!. —Thomas Hurlow, St. Florence, did not ap- pear to answer a summons for being drunk and disorderly.—The case was proved by P.C. Nash, who said that defendant was drunk, and be- haved in a very disorderly manner. It was not until he threatened to lock him up that he went indoors.-In reply to Supt. Thomas, wit- ness said that he had previously received a complaint from defendant's father that defen- dant had assaulted him.—Fined 5s. and 7s. 6d. costs, or 14 days' hard labour.

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ST. DAVIDS.

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Dmis Old Age Pensioner Dead.

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