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Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

18 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

ANNUAL MEETING. -

TENBY HUNT WEEK. ....".

MISSIONS TO SEAMEN.

MR. SEYMOUR ALLEN'S FOXHOUNDS.…

ST. DAVID'S LIFEBOATS. ■■——......

WEDGED BETWEEN ROCKS. ......

1-----TENBY WOMEN UNIONISTS.…

,MISSING .£50 NOTE. ■an *b..

SINKING SHIP TOWED TO FISHGUARD.…

ALLEGED INSUBORDINATION.

HAVERFORDWEST WORTHY.

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TENBY GOLF CLUB.

Newyddion
Dyfynnu
Rhannu

TENBY GOLF CLUB. To the Editor of the Tenby Observer. SIR,-In his report of the recent annual Golf Meeting to-day your contemporary has omitted an important part of the proceedings. I observed in the course of my remarks that the Secretarv had refused to allow me to inspect the accounts of the Club. Mr Brown admitted my assertion, saying that I had chivied him about demanding to see the accounts, but that as I bad not stated whv I wished to see them he had refused permission. Now, as I stated at the meeting the Secretary is but the mouthpiece of the Committee, and the Committee the mouthpiece of the Club, so that it seems to me that not only should a member of the Club be allowed to inspect the accounts, but every facility should be given to explain the items. If explanation is withheld and secrecy resorted to, people might suspect that there is something which will not bear the light, and this is not in the best interests or the Club. Again, in the past year's account there was an item of over JE19 put down as sundries," and when I asked for details, the Secretary began by saying that it partly referred to "stamps." I then suggested that this seemed to be already dealt with under the heading printing, stationery, etc. but I was forthwith told that I was" quib- bliug." Mr Brown continued to say that "sun- dries" referred to "charwoman" among other things, but the explanation was very unsatisfactory, and I naturally voted against the accounts being passed, for I do not approve of things being done in a hole-and-corner way with regard to public accounts. That I was not supported by the mem- bers generally is, I suppose, due to cliqueism or apathy.—Yours faithfully, HERBERT J. ALLEN. 10, The Norton, 2nd November, 1910.

A MILFORD CHILD'S DEATH. --

TWO WELSH BYE-ELECTIONS?

STEPS TAKEN IN PEMBROKESHIRE.

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