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HAVEHFOEDWEST RIFLE VOLUNTEERS. DltlLL INSTHUCTOB—SERGEANT-MAJOR HEID. Drills for the week commencing June 10, 1867. rt tJL rt tJL >> » ,2 c? a £ o "TS na *2 « 3 u S I i I I S I 3 ci > H Pn 03 3 ci > H Pn 03 P.M. P.M. P.M. P.1U. P..M P.M. Squad Drill 8 Target Practice Judging Distance Position Drill 9 9 9 Aiming Drill Battalion Drill ji General Muster. 8 8 Black Filing j Target Practice 5 5 5 4 Band Practice j 8 8 Captain for the week, Captain Carrow. Orderly Non-<-omrnissioned Officers, Col-Sergeants W. E. Johes, W. H. Morris, and T. Smyth. (Signed) X. PEEL, Lieut.-Colonel, Commanding 1st Administrative Battalion, Pembrokeshire Rifle Volunteers.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE SOUTH WALES CIRCUIT.—Mr Baron Channell is sprointed to travel the summer circuit for South Wales. reST OFFICE SAVINGS BANK.—A post office savings 1>1:: will be opened at Dinas Cross on Monday, the 1st of July. BRITISH SCHOOL —Mr Edmond, of the firm of Edmond and Rees, has presented a large bell to the British School. Mr Esmond's present ia now used to mark the hours of attendance both morning and evening, and has proved cf great advantage to the school. PARLIAMENTARY Division. — Mr Sergeant Gaselee n:cved an amendment in the House of Commons on MoHuay. to disfranchise boroughs with a population less tear; 5,000. The amendment was opposed by the Government, and rejected by a considerable majority. .Mr Scourtield and Mr Pugh voted with the Govern- ment. FATAL ACCIDEKT, -A fatal accident occurred to a woman, 32 years of age, at the level crossing near the Ihth, on Wednesday evening. The deceased was crossing the line, when a train came up, and knocking her down, went over her, severing one foot, and smashing her thigh. She survived the injuries but a few hours. THE PUMP IN ST THOMAa GREEN.-The Water Com- missions-shave issued a notice forbidding the use of the water from the pump in St Thomas Green for any other than do:nestig purposes. The notice was much required, for the water was applied for mixing mortar and similar purposes, and if this were continued, there would be in dry weather the same scarcity as formerly existed. LECTURE.—The "Rev D. Anthony, of Tenby, delivered a lecture at the Tabernacle Chapel, in this town on Tues- day evening week. The subject of the lecture was I Ex- tremes Meet,' which the rev. gentleman treated very successfully. The attendance was not numerous. The proceeds of the lecture will be applied in aid of the fl" thing Club, in connection with the Chapel. REFORM BILL.—In the House of Commons on Friday week, Mr Scourfield, Mr Pugh, and Sir T. D. Lloyd, voted in favour of Mr Laing's amendment, that no borough which had a less population than 10,000 at the census of It''Gl shall return more than one member to send to Par- liament. The amendment was carried hy a majority of 127. Mr Bowen and Mr Morris have paired, the former for and'the latter against the Government, till Whitsun- FAIR.—The annual fair for the sale of stock &c, was held on Tuesday. There was a fair supply of beasts of h'1 descriptions, the better sorts of which sold readily at average rates. The sheep fair was aho fairly supplied, out there was a slack demand, and the prices obtained wove generally below the average. The annual wool fair was largely attended, and there were dealers present from distant aounties. The price per stone was from 23s to 25s 6d, being considerably less than that of last year, which was as high as 31s and 32s. PRENDERGAST CHURCH.—This church is about being rebuilt, the contract for the work having been taken by Mr John Davies, Tower Hill, Haverfordwest. The closing services were held on Sunday week, on which occasion the Rev J. H. A. Phillips, M.A., of Picton Castle, preached in the morning, and the respected rector of the parish, the Rev F. Foster, M.A., in the evening. Collections were made, from crowded congregations in the morning and evening, on behalf of the building fund. THE LATE MR COLLINS OF NEYLAND. — "W e an- nounced in a former impression that it was in contem- plation to get up a subscription for the benefit of the widow and child of the above, whose very sudden de- mise touk place about three weeks ago. We have now the pleasing intelligence of conveying, that through the and persevering efforts of Miss Ranger and Miss Walker, the two young ladies connected with the South Wales Hotel, Neyland, the munificent sum of nearly twenty pounds has been collected by them and handed ever to Airs Collins. THE TASKER CHALLENGE CUP.The contest for the Challenge Cup, presented by the Rev. James Tasker, of Carlisle, Hon. Chaplain of th i 1st Cumberland Volun- teers, to be shot for by the Haverfordwest and the 1st Cumberland Volunteers, took place last week. Tue ranges were 200,510, and GOO yards, five shots at each distance. Hythe targets and position, The number of competitors were 10 aside. The 1st Cumberland scored 484 mar*?, and tl;e Haverfordwest 578 marks. The laiter, therefore, won by 91 marks. The conditions of the contest required the cup to be won twice iu succession or three times III all before it became the property of eicher side. The Haverfordwest Volunteers having iieon successful in last year's contest and this, are the wieners of the Cup. Wlj believe they intend to present it to their commanding officer, Lieut.-Colonel Peel. YWIITMCNDAT was observed in this town as a general holiday the banks and other places of businesa being entirely closed. The day was remarkably fine, and was certainly made the most of by the majority of those who ha'i been thus temporarily treed from the cares of business, Numerous parties visited the seaside; picnics were organized :n different places and excursions were made tJ adjacent towns. A goodly number of specta- tors assembled on Port field to witness the evolutions of the oljnteers, while not a few went to Landshipping to participate in the pleasures and excitement of pony rac(,s. Here, however, we regret to learn, circumstances occurred the very reverse of agreeable. An official in possession of the racing fuuds thought proper to bolt popular indignation was aroused, and the equine contests were succeeded by an exhibition of pugilism with which was intermixed a taste or two of the shillelagh. HAVERFORDWEST WESLEY AN- CHAPEL -On Thursday evening, the 6th inst, the members of the Rev W. R. Rogers's Bible Class invited him to tea to present him with a testimonial for his unwearied exertions in con- ducting the class during his three years' stay in the town. Tea being over, the testimonial which consisted of a very handsome timepiece, under a glass shade, which was supplied by Mr John H. Williams, silversmith, &c, Market-street, was presented by Miss Chase, one of the senior members of the class. An address, beautifully engrossed on vellum, and in a gold frame, was then read by the Secretary, Mr VV. Thomas. Mr Rogers, who was quite overcome by this act of unexpected kindness, returned thanks in a very feeling and touching manner, referring to the great pleasure it had given him to attend the class, and the extreme satisfaction he felt in being instrumental in doing good to his young friends. During the evening addresses by several of the members were delivered, all expressive of thanks to Mr Rogers, for his kindness, and their regrets at the prospect of soon losing him. Before the close of the evening Mr Rogers invited the members of the class to tea at his house on Friday next. PEMBROKESHIRE BATTALION OF VOLUNTEERS.-This battalion, commanded by Col. Peel, assembled in Casile Square on Monday afternoon, whence, preceded by the fife and drum band of the Haverfordwest Volunteers, and the brass band of the Milford Volunteers, (which played alternately) they marched to Portfield. The bat- talion consisted of the Milford Corps, under the command of Lieutenant Griffiths, and the Haverfordwest C )rps, under the command of Capt. Massy, and Lieutenant M'Murtrie. The other officers present were Captain Brady, adjutant of the battalion, Surgeon Philiips, of the Haverfordwest Volunteers, and Ensign Pattison, of the Milford Corps. On arriving on Portfield, the battalion was divided into four companies of equal strength, and marched past at wheeling and quarter distance. Forming into line, Col. Peel put the battalion through the manual and platoon exercises, and subse- quently through several field movements, in which several rounds of blank cartridge were expended. At the close of the field maroouvres, the battalion were exercised in the skirmishing drill by Capt. Brady, with which the exercises terminated. The battalion returned to the Castle Square, where it was dismissed. The bat- talion will muster for drill at Tenby on Monday next. IN THE TIGER'S DEN.—No foxhunter could more keenly enter upon the task of keeping- down vermin than do Indian officers in their leisure moments. But in that peninsula, so cleft with ravines and overgrown with jungle, they chase nobler game.and the attendant perils are fit pastime for men whose business is to face death in terrible shapes. One of these occasions relates to the British Army while lying at Agoada, near Goa, in the East Indies, in ] 809. A report was one morning' brought to the cantonment that a large cbeetur had "been dis- covered on the rocks near the sea. About nine o'clock a number of horses and men assembled at the spot where it was said to have been seen, and, after some search, the animal was found in the recess of an immense rock. In the hope of start- Z, ing him, dogs were sent in, but only to return howling and bleeding, a vanquished pack, with hideous wounds, to affirm that they had done their best and the cheetur his worst. Finding it im- possible the animal by such means, Lietenant Evan Davies, of the 7th Regiment, tried to enter the den, but was obliged to return, finding the passage extremely narrow and dark. He attempted n, however, a second time, with a pickaxe in his hand, with which he removed some obstructions that were in the way. Having proceeded a few yards, he heard a noise, which he conceived to be that of the animal. He then returned and communicated with Lieutenant Threw, of the artillery, who also went in the same distance, and was of a similar opinion. What course to pursue was doubtful; some proposed to blow up the rock, others smoking him out. At length a port-fire was tied to the end of a bamboo, and introduced into a small crevice which led towards the den. Lieutenant Davies went on his hands and knees down the narrow passage which led to it, and, by the light of his torch, was enabled to discover the animal. Having returned, he said he could kill him with a pistol, which being procured, he again entered the cave j and fired, but without success, owing to the awk- ward situation in which he was placed, with his left hand only at liberty. He next went with a musket and bayonet, and wounded the animal in the loins but he was obliged to retreat as quickly as the narrow passage would allow, the tiger hav- ing rushed forward and forced the musket back towards the mouth of the den. Lieutenant Davies next procured a rifle, with which he again forced his way into the cave, and, taking a deliberate aim at the tiger's bead, fired, and put an end to its existence. This gallant officer afterwards fastened a strong rope round the neck of the tiger, by which z' z, j he was dragged out, to the no small satisfaction of a numerous crowd ot spectators. The animal mea- .sured seven feet in length. ♦ IHE TIYYSIDE FISHERY. A meeting of the Board of Conservators for the Tivy, Gwine, &0" &c., was held at Newcastle Emlyn, on the 31st of May, when a subject of some importance was introduced by Lieutenat Colonel T. Lewis, as to whether the extraordinary meeting held by th Board at Newcastle Emlyn, on the 26th ult., was legal, as it had not been convened in accordance with a bye law of the Board re- requiring fourteen days' notice, and whether certain resolutions agreed to and adopted at this meeting were valid, as one of the bye laws of the Board required notice to be given of an intention to rescind previously passed resolutions. After assuring the Board his object was simply to render the proceedings legal and regular, and not for the purpose of altering or questioning the resolu- tions agreed to at the extraordinary meeting, Col. Lewes concluded by moving l.st, That the bye laws not having been complied with, the proceedings were irregular;' and 2nd, 'With a view to prevent future discussion and difficulty, a meeting be held in accordance with the bve laws that comprise the resolution passed at the extra- ordinary meeting.' Mr 3rigstocke stated how that meeting had been convened, and for what purpose, and quoted the Act of Parliament for what be had done, and M r Picton Evans endeavoured to sho w that the resolutions agreed to were valid, and the whole proceedings legal. With respect to rescinding resolutions previously passed, that was also regular. After a warm discussion, Mr Harford moved thnt the proceedings at rhe previous meeting be not confirmed.' This was rejected by a majority of two, there being eight to six. It was after- wards moved by Mr J. P. Pryse, that the question be referred to the Secretary of State, to which proposition the meeting agreed.
T E N B Y. THE LATE VISITATION. The Archdeacon of St. David's having consented to publish the charge lately delivend to the clergy and churchwardens, and as a limited number only will be printed, enough to meet the demand, the Archdeacon will be glad if all who wish for a copy would send their order at once to the publisher Mr It Mason, Tenby. Our contemporary, the Tenby Observer, publishes a letter from the Rector, in which he states that the Cemetery Chapel will be opened for public worship on Trinity Sunday, when the wishes of those who prefer unappropriated seats and a choral service will be attended to. The chapel will be fitted up with chairs, and the I choral services performed by a volunteer choir. The cost will be about £100, which is proposed to be raised by voluntary contributions. We believe that a committee has been formed to raise subscriptions and engage a band during the summer months. Should they succeed in their endeavours and collrct sufficient funds to admit of engaging a good hand, it will prove one of the greatest attractions that could be procured. A good band is about the most pleasure in a seaside holiday, while t& have to endure the fearful tortures caused by the wandering discordant sons of VaSerland is its most horrible aspect. SOUTH SANDS. —Our readers will, no doubt, be glad to learn that the St. Florence rivulet is diverted from running alongside the south cliff, so that persons can now walk from the South Sands to Giltar. About X2 more is required to protect the present channel, by placing stones on the north side of it, and for repairs during the season as often as might be required. Subscriptions will be received at the Library, or by Mr G. Mends. FORTIFICATION ON ST. CATHERINE'S ISLAND.— Some years ago the Government determined to fortify this island, and about four years since we believe the contract was actually taken at about £ 27,000. Recently the island has been purchased, and the works will, we hear, be uommenced early next month but as the cost is now only estimated at £ 20,000, we presume that it is not intended to connect the island with the mainland by means of a raised causeway, as originally proposed. POLICE COURT, Monday, June 3rd.-Before the Mayor and N. J. Dunn, Esq.—John Phillips was charged by Head-Constable Harrison with being drunk. Dis- charged.———John Davits, fisherman, was charged by John Goodridge with an assault. Settled out of court, defendant paying costs. David Morris was summoned by G. Chatcr, Esq, public vaccinator, for neglecting to carry his child to be vaccinated within three months' after birth. Dismissed, as arising from a misunder- standing. Allen Palmer, butcher, was charged by the Inspector of Nuisances with exposing meat for sale is Tenby Market, on Saturday, May 25th, the same being unfit for human food. Bound over iu his own recognizances in zC20 to appear for judgment at any time within twelve months, and to pay costs 7s 6d. TENBY CORPORATION". At a Special Meeting of the Town Counci! on Wednss- day, the 5th inst, present—The Mayor, Aidermen Mason and Jenkins, Councilliors White, Gregory, Mends Gibbs Phillips, and Gifford. A letter was read from Mr Lewis, of Norchard, stating that Mr Mrtthias, C E, would visit Tenby in the course of a fortnight, when he would inspect and report on the drainage of the Marsh. A Committee, consisting of the Mavor, Messrs. White and Mason, were appointed to fix the site of Dr. Dyster's fountain in Tudor Place. A letter was read from the Secretary of the Commis- sioners, stating that he was directed by the Lord Chancellor to inform the Council 4 hat his Lordship had been pleased to appoint, on their recommendation, Mr W. Rees, retired Captain in the merchant service, a Magistrate for the Borough of Tenby. It was resolved to draw out of the London and Westminster Bnnk the sum of £550, part of the snui of jE1250 now standing in that Bank in the names of Messrs Dalies, White and Lock, and to pay the same into the Court of Chancery, in order to make a title to a portion of the land agreed to be sold to the Pembroke and Tenby Railway Company. Ordered,—That an application be made to the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, for leave to sell to the Pembroke and Tenby Railway Company, 7a Jr. 2fjp. instead of 7a. Or. 19p, as stated in the memo- rial of 31th December, 1864. Ordered,—That the corporate sea1 be affixed to the counterpart lease of the Castle H ill, from the Rev J. H. A. Philipps. The Mayor stated that he had appointed Mr White to act as bis deputy during his temporary absence from the borough. The Council then sat as a Board of Health, when the Mayor gave a full account of what drainage works had been carried out during the present year, what still required to be done, the amount of available funds still left, which he stated would be sufficient to complete the works contemplated. A letter was read from Captain Wells, stating that he was ready to forego any claim for damage sustained to his property in draining Chimney Park, on receiving permission from the Local Board to build over any sewer should he require to do so. The Board gave permission to Captain Weils to build over their sewer, and thanked him for not making any claim for compensation. The Mayor said that he had communicated with the Home Secretary with regard to abolishing Tenby Fair; but owing to its being a statute fair, held under charter, he found that it could not be done away with, although now it had become useless, and worse than a nuisance. After the Inspector of Nuisances' long report had been read over, and orders made for the abatement of the several nuisances mentioned, the meeting, separated. 1-1-1-
PEMBROKE. PEMBROKE PETTY SESSIONS. BOROUGH CASE. Saturday, June Ist.-[Bfore J. Adams, & J. Daw- kins, Esqra.] John Hill was brought up in custody charged by Geo. Samuel Dawkins, of Queen Street, East, his master, with on the 30th ult, stealing a plough share his pro- perty. P. C. William Thomas deposed On the night of the 30th ult, I saw defendant about ten p.m., offering a qloughshare and a piece of iron for sale to T. William- son, marine store dealer, Pembroke Dock. I asked him where he got them from. He said from Mr Gibby, of I ruble's field, and gave the name of William Thomas, of Pennar. I charged him with stealing the same and took him to the Lock-up on the way there he said his name was John Hill; and that he was a servant to Mr Dawkins, of Queen Street, East; and that he had stolen them from his master. George Samuel Dawkins deposed The prisoner is my servant since Michaelmas last. I employed him to drive a team of horses. He was in my employ on the 30th ult. The plough share is my property. I value it at Is 6d. Committed summarily for one calendar month to the House of Correction with hard labour. BOROUGH SPECIAL SESSIONS. [Town Hall, Wednesday, May 29th, before Douglas Arthur Reid, Esq, M.D.] Tltcmas Dunn and Daniel Roberts, both private sol- diers belonging to the 58th regt. of foot, were brought up in custody by P.S. Irving, charged by John Jones, master of the sloop Cambria,' with having on the night of the 25th of May, stolen and taken away a pair of cloth trousers, monkey jacket, pair of worsted stockings, check shirts, serving board, canvas bag, canvas ditty bag, blanket, counterpane, single hnrrel gun, powder fhsk; shot bag, two flannel vests and three waistcoats from hié' sloop lying on the beach at Pembroke Dock. Complainant deposed I am a master mariner, and owner of the Cambria' sloop lying on the beach at Pater. On Saturday night the 2Eth of May, I left the sloop with the mate everything WfiS locked up safe when I left. The articles I charge the prisoners with stealing were on board. The next morning about eight o'clock I found the companion broken open. I then went below and missed all the clothes out of my birth in the cabin. The articles produced arc mine and were on board the sloop. There was also in the cabin a gun-powder flask, shot bag, spoke shaver, sowing palm, &c. I missed them all the same 'ime (Sunday morning). I value the whole missing at the lowest, £3.. P.C. Caleb Nicholas deposed: I am stationed at Little Haven. I apprehended the prisoners on Sunday even- ing about five o'clock at Broadway as deserters. I locked them up. I found on the prisoner Dunn this monkey jacket and trowsers which he wore over his uniform. I found on Roberts this shirt worn over hia uniform and a pair of stockings in the cell, where they were lodged, and this sewing board in the pocket of the monkey jacket found on Dunn. I took charge of the articles and handed them to F.C. No 31 on the 28th instant. William Williams deposed: I am an apprentice with Mr Gaddarn, ship builder, New Milford. I saw those articles produced on Sunday morning last, inside a-field on the Milford Road. It was between nine and ten o'clock. There were two canvas bags, a blanket, a counterpane, three vests, and a check shirt. The field is .next to the road leading from Hazelbeach to Milford. 1 left them there and called on William Howells, of Waterson. Then I returned, fetched the bag of clothes and left them in Howells's charge. William Howells, a shipwright working in H. M's- Dockyard, corroborated last witness and said be pub. lished the, facts wherever he went, and that the bag and articles were handed over to the police yesterday. P. C. William Thomas deposed: I am stationed at Pembrcke Dock. From information I received I went to the house of last witness at Waterston, and received the articles named by the two last witnesses. I received also from P. C. Nicholas, No. 2, at Milford yesterday, the articles mentioned by him. I have had the same in my posaessi n ever since. P. S. Robert Irving deposed I am stationed at Pem- broke Dock. From information I received I went to the guard.room, Hut Encampment, about nine o'clock last evening. I saw the prisoners there. I got them strip- ped, and on prisoner Dunn I found the flannel shirt which I now produce. He was wearing it under another shirt: prosecutor identified the same. I apprehended both prisoners this morning and read over the charge: they said nothing. Sergeant Joseph O'Hara, 58th regt., deposed I was present when the roll was called at half-past nine o'clock on Saturday night last. The prisoners were in barracks then. I am in charge of the room where the prisoners should have slept. I left the sergeants mess about a quarter past eleven o'clock that night: they were ab- sent then they must have broken out of barracks with- out leave. I know they had no leave. I have not seen them since till to-day. Prisoners had no defence to make. Committed to take their trial at the next County Quarter Sessions.
PEMBROKE-DO OK. LAUNCH.—-The ship of war Penelope, wholly con- structed of iron, will be launched from this establish- ment, about six o'clock in the evening of the ISta instant. During the past week several extra artizans have been entered in this yard. ACCIDENT IN H M. DOCKYARD.—In a contemporary of last week there is reported an accident which occurred to a lad by the name or ilowe, through falling ofr a plank in one of H.M. vessels now in course of erection in the Dockyard, and that he died from the effects on the fol- lowing day. The latter part of the paragraph we are requested to contradict, as the Lid is progressing favoura- bly. THE NANKIN.—On Sunday morning last, the htilfc frigate Nankin arrived, in tow of Her Majesty's steamer Medusa, Staff Commander Potter, from Chatham. The Nankin is intended to replace the Saturn, which has been moored off the dockyard for a number of years, and used as a naval hospital and store depot. The Nankin will be fitted up here, after which we believe the Saturn (which is a very old vessel) will be broken up. THE EARLY CLOSING MOVEMENT AT PEMBROKE DocK. —We are glad to perceive that efforts are now making for the closing of all places of business in this place every Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock. All the grocers, with the exception of the Joint Stock Company, have consented to do so; we hope the proprietors of this estab- lishment will be induced to do so also; for unless they agree the assistants and ethers connected with til-I different places of business here, will be deprived of what they absolutely require,—a few hours in the wesK relaxation from the hum of busy life. J '—————— f ATHLETIC SPORTS AT MILFORD HAVEN. A good display of athletic sports by the seamen acd marines of H.M.'s ship Revenge came off on Friday afternoon, when prizes were contended for. 1st. 4.t two p.m., running over the.maintopmastheal, first prize, H. Stidtston, able seaman, time one minute thirty-two seconds; second prize, Henry Hurley, sail makers' crew, time one minute thirty-three seconds. 2nd. Running over the foretopmasthead first prize, J. Cotter, ordinary seaman, time one minute nineteen seconds; second prize, T. Rees, able seaman, time one minute twenty-five seconds. Afterwards the a'hletic sports came off in a field kindly lent for the occasion by Mrs Childs. I 1st. Putting a 121b shot: first prize, E. Partell, Roya; Naval Reserve, distance fifty-five feet; second prize, J- Carter, private Royal Marines, distance forty-eight feet- 2nd. Flat race of two hundred yards first prize, J. Ogle, private Royal Marines, time thirty t ,-v, o ceconds second prize, W. Sadler, private Royal Marines, tim" thirty-three seconds. There were thirteen competitors for this race. 3rd. Flat race of five hundred yards: first prize, J. Evans, second wardroom steward, time one minutes seven seconds; second priz", J. Ogle, private Royal Marines, time one minute nine seconds. Nine started. 4th. Long jomp: first pme, J. Ogle, private Royal Marines second prize, R. Thomas (boy), first class- The first cleared fifteu feet, the boy fourteen feet si^ inches. 5th. Running in sacks, two hundred yards first pri# £ < William Rumny, able seaman second prize F. Gil!. able seaman. There were ten competitors, and caused much amusement to the byestanders. 6th. High leaping first prizp, J. Ogre, private Royal Marines, height four feet two inches; second prize, A. Mcsham, private Royal Marines, height four feet one inch. 7th. Boxing Some excellent sport came off between the bluejackets and marines. The first prize was awarded to J. Hennessy, private Royal Marines second prize, J. Ogle, private Royal Marines. The amusements ooncluied with a football match- The band of the ship attended, and performed severa^ favourite airs. Refreshments were provided for the IJliltl on the grounds. The prizes consisted of pipes, minors, &(* and all appeared to have enjoyed themselves tho- roughly on the occasion.
MILFOED. CRICKET.—A match was played at Milford on Thursday last between the Haverfordwest and Milford Colleg0 Clubs, which ended in favour of the former in one innings, and thirty runs. The following is the score:— COLLEGE. 1st Innings. 2nd Innings. W. H. Mason b Rees 3 not out A. T. Child b Buckland 0 b T. B. Rees J. Allin b Buckland 6' c W. John, b Rees H.M. Williams b Rees 12 b Buckland J E. Fiiichnin b Buckland. 0 cE. Saunders bReea J. T. Fisher b Rees 7 b Rees. I H. G. Griffiths b Buckland. 1 c James b Buckland y H. A. W. Austin b Rees 0 b llees f. J. Vaillant b Itee3 2 c James b Buckland G. K. Summers b Rees 3 c Richards b Back- 0 land w W. P. Hulm not out 1 c Williams D Buck- 1 land Byes 2, leg byes 2, wide balls 2 6 byes 41 33 HAVERFORDWEST. L. Buckland, c & b Williams. 15 E. Sarmders, c Fisher b Williams 4 T. B. Rees, b Williams. 11 C. Saunders c Mason b Allin 11 T. James, b Williams 5 T. H. Rowe, b Williams 0 J. Williams, b Allin 37 C. Cozens, b Williams 0 W. John, b Allin 4 D. Francis, not out 2 E. J. Richards, c Williams b Allin 1 Byes 12 Leg byes 1 Wide balls. 1 *104