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LOCAL SIFTINGS. 'I.. Mr Robert Gall, formerly gardener at the De Valance Gardens, -Tenby, is now disengaged, and open to accept day-work. 040 The BELGRAVE HOTEL, Esplanade, Tenby, is now replete with every convenience and accom- modation for visitors. Tariff upon application Manageress. The Pembrokeshire Needlework Guild will hold its annual exhibition of work at the Public Hall, Tenby, to-day (Thursday), from 3 to 6 p.m. No charge is made for entrance. 000 We understand that eight recruits are re- quired to fill vacancios in the R.G.A. Pembroke- shire Territorial Force, whose next year's camp will probably be at Barry, near Cardiff. 0*0 A detachment of the R.G.A. Pembrokeshire Territorial Force will accompany Captain D. Hughes Morgan, the new Mayor of Tenby, to the Parish Church next Sunday morning. A public temperance lecture meeting, under the auspices of the Church of England Tempe- rance Society, will be held in the Central Hall, Tenby, next Tuesday night at eight o'clock. Chairman, the Rector. The annual missionary meeting of the Tenby Presbyterian Church will be held next Thurs- day (the 16th inst.) The deputation will be Miss E. Hughes, St. Asaph, a returned mis- sionary from India, commencing at 7.30 p.m. 000 Mr S. J. Collcutt, solicitor, formerly with Messrs. Lock and Muncaster, Tenby, has been elected a member of the Oxford Town Council as a Progressive, with 1118 votes. This is Mr Collcutt's third essay for municipal honours, and we congratulate him upon his success. 0+4 A general meeting of the Tenby Cricket and Tennis Club will be held at the Lion Hotel next Tuesday, at 8 p.m., to be followed by a smoking concert, when the medals won by the club will be presented to the members. Chairman, the Rev. S. B. Williams. All interested are cor- dially invited. The Mayoress of Tenby (Mrs. T. Tuoker) acknowledges with thanks the receipt of the following additional subscriptions on behalf of her fund for the Welsh National Memorial to King Edward :-Mrs Hughes, Cobourg Hotel, 10s. 6d. Mrs C. Farley, 10s. Mrs Norman Scott, 5s.; Messrs. Evans and Co., 6s.; Mrs Hugh Thomas, 5s. A receiving order in bankruptcy, we regret to see, has been made against Mrs Caroline Browne, fruiterer, Tenby, who has carried on business in High Street for a great number of years. The liabilities expected to rank are £485, and the assets roughly jMO. The debtor, who is 71 years of age, commenced business at her present address 32 years ago. so# Mr A. W. Randall, of "The Motor House,' Tenby, has just supplied to the Abbot of Caldey a magnificently-appointed "Austin" 24 h.p. motor car, which left for London with the Abbot on Monday. The new car is fitted with all the latest appliances and improvements, and lighted inside by electricity. With the chauffeur it will carry nine passengers, and is in every way a most luxurious vehicle. M-« The annual Court Leet and dinner were held at the Crown Inn, Penally, on Tuesday of last week. The following comprised the jury:— Mr Roberts, chairman; Mr J. Griffiths (Court Farm), foreman Messrs. T. Beynon (Hollo- way), J. Protheroe (Bubbleton), P. Griffiths (Bubbleton), J. Brown (Daniel's Lays), D. Morris, G. Parcel], Ben Davies (Out-of-Sight), Tom Edwards, Tom Jones, J. Bryant, H. W. C. Angell J. Chappie, bailiff. The usual for- malities were gone through, after which the company sat down to an excellent repast, which was served by the host and hostess, Mr and Mrs Chappie. Mr Roberts proposed the toast of the day, "Sir Charles and Lady Philipps." Mr Griffiths (Court) proposed the health of Mr Sackvillo Herbert Owen. Songs were given by Messrs. T. Beynon, J. Protheroe, G. Parcell, and T. Edwards. ■ M 4 The Tenby Chrysanthemum show will take place on Wednesday next, the 16 inst., in the Market Hall. The last day for entries is next Saturday. The following are the judges in the flower, etc,, sections:—Mr Owen A. Price, Amroth Castle Mr J. Evans, Picton Castle. The following ladies and gentlemen have kindly promised to judge in the various sections of the industrial department :-Plain Sewing Mrs Egerton Allen Mrs Thomas, The Chalet. Fancy Work-Mrs Denne, Mrs Cuninghame. Baking-Miss Stokes. Table Decorations and Dolls-Mra Robert Lock. Writing—Mr R. Davies, London and Provincial Bank. Painting —Dr. Hamilton. Birds-Mr J. T. Owen, Narbert,h. Woodwork-Mr J. T. Griffiths, F.C.S., Handicraft Instructor, Tenby County School. The show will be opened by the Mayoress, Mrs D. Hughes Morgan, at 1 p.m.

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