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NOTES AND COMMENTS.

PEMBROKE DOCK.

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.NEYLAND.

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ST. DAVIDS.

NEWTON.

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CLARBESTON ROAD NOTES.

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CLARBESTON ROAD NOTES. The audit of the accounts of the Dungleddy Hall Lodge I.O.O.F took place at the Lodge Room on January 2nd, and after a heavy year's expenses there was carried forward to the regis- ter fund between £ 50 and -060. The auditors were P.P.G.M. James Morris and P.G. Alfred Lewis. The following delegates were appointed to the district meeting, which was held at the Lodge Room, Dragon Hotel, Haverfordwest, January 5hP.P.G.M. Thomas James (secre- tary), P.P.G.M., W. R. Davies, P.P.G.M., W. Lewis; P.G. Alfred Lewis. D.G.M. Henry Jones was duly installed G.M. of the district, and we wish him a happy and prosperous year of office. Wiston Chapel and Penuel Sunday Schools held their annual joint tea and entertainment on Wednesday, when a large number of schol- ars and teachers were regaled. The ladies, as usual, had made ample preparation for all comers, and thanks are due to the following for their work:—Mrs. Lewis, Clover Hill; Mrs. Morris, Church Hill; Miss Polly Thomas, The Cottage; Miss Maggie Lewis, Misses Tilly and M. A. Woolcock, and Mrs. Woolcock, of the Chapel House. We were sorry to miss a good many familiar faces from the tea table owing to illness, including Mrs. James, The Grange; Miss Jones, Manor House; and Mrs. Owen, The Cottage. The catering of Mr. T. J. Harries gave every satisfaction. In the evening a pub- lic meeting was held under the presidency of Mr. T. G. Lewis, Bryn Awel, when a very large gathering assembled. The programme con- tained 24 recitations, and 18 vocal items. Mr. James Morris led the adult choir; Mr. Morris, Church Hill, the juveniles; and Mr. W. J. Morris the male party and mixed parties. Too much credit cannot be given to the ladies for the way they did their work, and thanks are also due to the beloved pastor of the Church (Mr. Prothero) for his help and encouragement in all departments with the result thati t was one of the best entertainments ever held at Wiston. A record collection was taken. Mr. Prothero moved a vote of thanks to the ladies and all who had helped to make the meeting such a success. Mr. T. Lewis, Clover Hill, the super- intendent, seconded, and the meeting showed their appreciation by their vociferous applause.

. FOOTBALL.

HAVERFORDWEST QUARTER SEiSluNS.

ST. NICHOLAS.

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