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p OUT and RHEUMATISM.- The excruciatinf pain VJT of gout or rheumatism is quickly relieved and cured. t in a'few days by that celebrated Medicine, BLAIJrJ GOUT and RHEUMATIC PILLS. They require no .res' raint-of diet or confinement diuMg their use, and are certain to prevent the disease attack* ing any vital part. Sold at fs lid ana 2s 9d per box by all M«dicuw VendorS." ,r¡'í\ "n r â â PIANOFORTES FOR SAL Hi- MR. J; D. RIBBON BEGS t9 invite the attentlpn of the pobfia to tlie NEW 9 STOQK of PIANOFORTES, which he has »6iecte4 from the celebrated Factory dt D'AlwaiSK & Co, wICk .gre&ttare, and which, for* powef aad iMilliaOey <jf toin^ are not to be surpassed. ⢠u. n The instruments may now be men. *nd tbe ptmlte mnr -ntf* kindly invited to inspect them. Any persona <wBRtiag i Mc^r really good Pianofortes may choose for themselves firstâ' 'y-jj class-instruments, at the most reasonable prices^Md-A' two years' .wawanly.can begiven with each. i ni.ii First-class Pianofortes /or Hire, kept up to Cohcgnj pitch, and equal temperament strictly observed fnfiie tuning of Pianofortes by J. D. R. N.H.-Harmoniums and all kinds of Masieal; Ittttrtt* ¡.¡:r:" ments supplied at the. shortest notice. J ',7, i-u 1 c.r Upper Market-etreet, 18th April, 1864. 'â â â¢it b 1' ~'I n: t .1. IMPORTANT TO DAIRYMEN. (ESTABLISHED 78 YEARS.) R. J. FULLWOOD AND BLAND, IMPORTERS and Sole Manufacturers of the Original Fullwood's Annatto and of their highly approved Fluid Extract of Annatto, which for purity, brightness, strength, and durability of colour cannot be surpassed. These celebrated preparations continue to be used by most of the influential and practical Farmers in Cheshire, 1Ã; and the whole of the United Kingdom, with the higheat^i J satisfaction and the principal prizes obtained by at the Royal Agricultural and County Exhibitions, hare been coloured with them, of which Messrs F. and B. have many proofs. Sold wholesale by Messrs A. and T. Warren, whole- sale Druggists, Redcliffe-street, Bristol, and moat of the respectable Druggists and Grocers everywhere. TOWER HILL, HAVERFORDWEST (ESTABLISHED NEARLY A. CENTURY.) GEORGE EVANS, PLUMBER, BRAZIER, BELL-HANGER, GAS- FITTER, &c.. BEGS to announce that he bus, at the solicitation of J3 several friends, re-commenced business ottUpptfv Tower Hill, Haverfordwest, where he trusts by strict V "l11 attention to all orders committed to his chmrwto m- ariv.,Ii qo..tt a renewal of that patronage formerly bestowed upon bin ,r! r and his late father, George Evans, at th«ir dd plaoe ot. r business, Lower Tower Hill. G. E. has had a large experience In the business; and will guarantee the best workmanship on all orders to may be favoured with. He has had the honour of "A receiving the commands of several of the leading families of the county of Pembroke, and can furnish tbe VKMt 1 li-jri" satisfactory references as to the exeellence of his work. ,3 c. Lead Pump Piptt, Water Clotets, fixed and repaired v the shortest notice. N.B.âG. E. would respectfully state that the matériat8 '7 used in his business are of the very best description. DINNEFOB D.S. PURE FLUID MAGNESIA has been, during twenty- five years,emphatically sanctioned by the .Medical Profession, and universally accepted by the Public, at the BEST REMEDY for 7 â K ACIDITY OF THE STOMACH, HEAKTBUBN r IPTTi iif HEADACHE, GOUT, AND INDIGESTION, And as a MILD APERIENT for delicate constitutions, mora especially for Ladies and Children. When combined with the v ACIDULATED LEMON 8TBUP^W^O'3 It forms an agreeable Effervescing Draught, In wMcMte-w f aperient qualities are much increased. Daring HOT Em SEASONS and in HOT CLIMATES, the regular use of ) jr simple and elegant remedy has been.found higIdy- beneficial. i'zv-% It is prepared (in a state of perffict purity and of oni- rC -v. form strength) by ,.<- DINNEFORD & CO., 172, New Bond Street, London; And Sold by all respectable Chemists throughout the World. THE FOREIGN VINEYARD ASSOCIATION, LIMITED. Offices-l90, Regent-street, W., London. Cellars and Stores-Nos. 22, 51, 57, King-street, Regent- street, W., and at Bordeaax. DIRECTORS. Alexander Beattie, Esq, M.D., H.M.I.S., Retd. T. G. Fardell, Eflq, 5, Montagu Place, Montagu-square. Mnjor-General Hughes, Army and Navy Club. Colonel C.J. Oldfield, 8, St. Leonard's Terrace. Colonel Charles Wyndham, United Service Club. f PHIS Company was formed In 1S54 for the purpose JL of supplying the public with genuine Wines at reduced prices, on the system of prompt payments, in contradistinction to the practice generally prevailing in the Wine Trade, of long credits, and consequent high prices. The Association having extensive contracts with ome of the most celebrated growers of Champagne, Hock, and other Sparkling Wines, imports direct from the pro- ducers; so that the quality of these Wines an be guaranteed with confidence. The Epernsy Champagne at 39s per docen, and Kupferberg's Sparkling llocfcs and t-,7 t Moselles deserve particular notice. u! -⢠The Sherries and Ports comprise come of the iaesr Brands and Vintages, and have been selected with the. utmost care from the stocks of the most esteemed Shippers. Special attention is also requested to the Bordeaux â stock, the Company being enabled, by the leasea which they held of Vineyards, to offer Clarets of the finest 'X £ LJ' growths as well as those of a lighter description, fipoft unusually favourable terms. Orders from the country, or application far price lists, "!jP' samples, &c, will meet with iaaaediMe attention trosa :7' Mr W. H. Palmer, Manager, 190, Regent-street. Lao* don, W. LL AN GOLM AN C H U R C H 1; COUNTY OF PEMBROKE. Subscriptions promised to the Rev. Thomas Walters, the Incumbent. John Thirl wall, Esq Mrs Barham, Trccwn 5 0 0 Mrs Le Hunte, Wexford 4 0 O Anonymous 2 0 0 Mfs Colby. 10 0 Dr. Morgan 1 0 0 Mrs Jones, Penlan 010 0 Mrs Fergusson Davie 100 Mrs Fane. 0 10 0 Dowager Countess of Cawdor 2 0 0 Lady Bayning 1 1 0 Rev. Thomas fivans, Llanvallteg 1 0 0 Wm. Gwynnc, Esq Court 1 0 Of v Mr Gibby 10 0 George Thomas, Esq **] 0 10 6" y Collected by Mrs Carver 1 10' 0 Two Friends 0 11 0 Collected by the Misses Phillips, Xewcastle Emlyn. Rev. O. T. H. Phillips 10 0 Mr Lindsey 0 10 0 Mr Pearec. 0 10 0 Mrs A. Thcmas 0 10 0 Friends 0 8 Stnall sums 12 0 Mr Peter Robinson 0 5 7 Rev. H. L. Davies 0 10 0 Miss Williams, Brynhyfryd 10 0 Mrs McLaren 0 10 0 J. Phillips, Esq 6 0 0 Mrs Campbell 10 0 Rev. J. P. Jones 10 0 Collected by Miss FitxwiUtams 0 14 6 Collected by Mr B. Hora 0 8 6 Capt. Campbell 0 6 0 Collected by Miss Home 0 16 0 Collected by Miss Horsman. 0 14 6 Collected by Miss Whittington 0 13 3 Collected by Miss Raynet 0 15 6 Collected by Mrs Gporge Powers -090 Collected by Miss Ellen George 1 5 6 Collected by Mr P. Hughes 0 5 6 Collected by Mrs M. J. Evans, of Narberth. Dr. Evans, Narberth 1 0 0 Mrs Evans 10 0 T. Lewis, Esq., Narberth 1 0 0 D. Hughes, Esq 10 0 J. L. G. P. Lewis, Esq. 0 10 0 Mrs Lewis 0 .5 0 Rev. R. and Mrs Lewis 0 10 0 S. H. Owen, Esq 0 5 0 T'. e Rector of Narberth 0 5 0 Mrs Morgan 0 5 0 M. Hitchinps 0 5 0 V r Thomas Smyth 1 0 0 ne Misses L'wis 0 5 0 Miss Lloyd 0 10 0 Rev. Wm. James y 10 6 Mr John Davies 5 0 Small sums 15 0 Honourable Miss Rice, Barrington Park, Gloucestershire 2 0 0 J. li. Scourtield, Zsq., M.P. for Haverfordwest 2 0 0 G. Phillips, Esq., Cardiff 2 0 0 Subscriptions wili be thankfully received by the Bar. Thomas Walters, Maenclocbog Vicarage, Haverfordwest; and by Messrs Walters, Bankers, Narberth, and Hsrer* (ordwest.