TENBY CORPORATION. RP Special Meeting of the Town Council was held OD â tyBiday ^e 8th inst., present,âThe Mayor; Aldermen and Jenkins; Councillors Gregory, Mends, Stone, l'Â«in, Gifford, and Phillips. v, 1 was proposed by the Mayor, and seconded by Mr â' That the corporate seal be attached to the â¢p ltlÂ°n to the Lords Commissioners of. Her Majesty's rea?ury, for leave to apply a sum of Â£ 550, now Bding to the credit of the Corporation, (being part of Â« money arising from the sale of land to the Pembroke Tenby Railway Extension Company,) for the â¢uh^86 of obtaining a larger and more continuous PPly of water for the purposes of this borough.' (If A letter, dated 23rd April, 1866, from the Surveyor it War Department to Messrs Gi<Â«le and Oven, of IbaYerfordwest, having been read, offering JE800 for the rÂ»t P088e83*on Catherine's Island, the Corpo- ,0n to pay out, or otherwise get rid of the person sheep are allowed to graze thereon, Â», .rÂ°posed by Alderman Jenkins, and seconded by Wells,ââ That the offer of the War Depart- Tk 'Â°r ^a'herine's Island be accepted.' 1* ,18 Council then resolved itself into a Local Board of ^th, Then it was 'oposed by Alderman Wella, and seconded by Mr bÂ« 'â'That twenty-four bathing machine licenses ^nted for the South Sands to the left of Lexden and that four more be allowed when the tide will p a machine to be placed to the right of Lexden and that no owner henceforth be allowed more ten machines on the South Sands.' ]jc "e seal of the Board was ordered to be affixed to 1st DÂ«Â»e8 ^or ^athing machines, and to carriages of the â¢2nd, 3rd and 4th classes. Hj ordered,â' That the clerk's fees for licenses be 3n)j Â°HÂ°wa â For 1st class carriages, 2s 6d each for Uj^j' r<5Â» and 4th class, Is each for horses, asses and to, *s each for pleasure boats, Is each for bathing Q*c&ines, is each.
\ttsn MEMORIAL PRESENTED TO THE QUEEN. MtCr.are permitted by the Mayor to print the following -r â¢ o C Windsor Castle, May 5, 1865. Of tSrB,-I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt jrj Rook, descriptive of the Welsh Memorial to the cÂ°t&m 9onsor,Â» which yon have forwarded, and am â¢ccnT, ed to "Unify to you Her Majesty's gracious 'Th ,ame- you â 9"ee,) de8ires me at the same time to express to to ^egs you to convey to Archdeacon Clark, and *PDrp .CoPcorned in getting up this work Her Majesty's th Â«>Â«iÂ°ri of the kind feelings which have prompted arid â P'Rce in Her Majesty's possession, so interesting nichVe"U'i'u,lj' '"nstrate^ an account of an event Uctionfer Majesty looks upon with the greatest satis* I have the honour to be, Sir, â¢ Your obedient humble Servant, C Q â¢ M. BIDDULPH. George White, Esq, Mayor, Tenby.' *as 088 not 800 'ho memorial volume when it *1)4 last week may like to know t.he number P'oiio ature cf 'he illustrations which Her Majesty has <lesiÂ».. nn.ced 'o be beautilul, and we therefore append a ^Ption of them. The,^Ihe illuminated frontispiece by Miss Willis. anir^fer- ^art ^'s design consists of the figure of u'1 w'ncs extended, having a scroll inscribed either nce Consort's motto, â¢ Treu undfest' From ^Â°rder of a l's centra' figure proceeds a wreathed â¢uite^ Â»o rVerii R,1<* ,0,iageÂ» Â°f the conventional type "r*ce 'rtiination, arraneed in curves of singular abounding in pure coloar and delicate fancy. Â°Ur cbildh Kr>e,n 'o have come out of the fairy taleÂ« of huttfrji hÂ°0(1 sit upon the branches, and there i< a hi whÂ°se wings we really fear to brush the ^blemg Â°Â»nV 'he leek, mistletoe, and ears of corn, *Â° not t "a,es, are introduced with excellent taste, 2q(] /p '"terfere with the character of the dnsign. The"0 Wa,erco'our drawing by George L. Hall, 'be north** 8re Â°haracteristic views of Tenby, taken from Plicate and" from 'he south. They are exceedingly 'â¼euing effecirut^^u'* ^he southern view represents an rÂ°ie-coloured V llazy suffused with pale >n artist ^he foregroundâa great difficulty ^laired â¢ â i?rtrayinK Tenby Irorn this sideâis skilfullv to m t Â°' ghadowed sand-hill being introduced thB ma,<c a strong point without losing the character ?Pene.- The northern view is by fnll daylight, Â»k%i ""T^hosen is of the cloudiest. It seems to T'?0rous drawing of the two; the curve of â¢dull* Â» l'je 8reen transparency of a tranquil sea, are 3rd 'y Piv,:n- Ve ^-Photographs of the statue and shields. These â¢hjJ^toarkably fine. It is not necessary to dsscribe 0|,6 tek1 ^etail aS 'hey may of course be procured by any *0 wishes to have them. The same reason renders of 'he printed portion of the volume un- Vd^y- The bindingâwhite vellum with a gold > The ITWa8 10 PerfecJ taste. bollbd j ,P"ra'e volume presented to Prince Arthur was tbat it in blue morocco, and was of a smaller size, in order be enctosed in 811 exceedingly beautiful t e work of Lieut.Colonel and Mrs Poole. This ebony 1Vas composed of white boxwood, framed in tlegall' It. Was carved in open work, m a design of great l'tlt, Q' "Producing the rose, thistle, shamrock, and ah Â° a large tnedallion in the centre of the cover painted birds' nest supported by a â¢ide.0^^ blossoming May. Four small medallious on ann t'>e casket ^ore sprays of spring flowers, 'i he freshness of these tiny pictures could not Tbe to^ed. n^ted? contained in this dainty envelope, was t0 'ho young Prince on his birthday, the first that the entire expense of getting up i hot Twines was borne by the Mayor, though he P'esun1.- '08eparate himself from his fellow-townsmen *â¢?Â» 'hem. h H letter was also received by the Mayor â¦kilted acknowledging the receipt of the book y 'o him. We consider that the presentation of h 'be in? handsome volumes, forms a very fitting finish Â« Ject Â°f the Welsh Memorial, and we give our ^rUjll,at?f,Kratula'iÂ°nÂ» to the Mayor on so successful a
PEMBROKE *2 H'^SSIARTIN YEOMANRY CAVALRY.âMajor Baron X. WÂ°''r^e commaDdaBt of tnis corps, bas appointed feaign bandmaster vice Air W. L. Hard- '"OUGJ, RÂ°XE PENNY READINGS. â The surplus t^ie proceeds of these entertainments, ne4*nre^Â»*t0 ^8Â» '}as ^een distributed by the ih0|,f!laÂ«'B r JÂ°hn Williams, as follows: â Â£ 5 5a to Dr t *ell 'or the Infirmary; Â£ 5 5s to the Rev W. nlini, V School; and Â£ 5 5i to Mr R. l) 8 for the National School. SERVICE âAt the Magistrates' Clerk's W?u8ht .Â°^ayÂ» before Dr. Bryant, Itaac Jamet was 1 "ham p 'n custody of P.C. Owen, charged by Mr .w^Phev 0we"Â» of Lamphey Park, in the parish of o er)te<J h*Ul1 having, on the 29th day of April. 1866, ''censÂ« 8e'f from bis service without any just cause T^'ice to dÂ°. Defendant consented to return to his f toast Was discharged from custody. Costs paid by "dan.1"' and ordered to be deducted from the de- p U 8 Wages. SESSIONS.âThese sessions were held at the r 0n 'he 4th inst, before W. Hulm, EÂ«q, and ? ""I've ^onÂ»nÂ« James, a travelling umbrella mender, u eÂ«stnHÂ» ^hymney, Glamorganshire, was brought up Â°' I^av'esf charged by Mr Wm. Henry e Pemx8tation master, Pembroke Dock, on behalf of #l,aUltin_ and Tenby Railway Company, with 'he ev otnar Brown, a porter of the said company, b #ttl DoÂ«nil>s t,ie 'ns'- Thomas Brown deposed: Petitur orter 011 the Pembroke and Tenby Railway, at c*'fe to ,e. ck 8'8'lÂ°n. At half-pastsevenp.m, defendant ^fosed on 8taUoB for a ticket: he was drunk and was i ent tn .1 removed bim: the train started, and when Â»Lle Rate j8e 'he Rate the (defendant) came in through m, s'ruck me, and through his conduct I was 'h thÂ«arter8 of an honr before 1 could close the gate. fl>t' kenf .88|stanee of another porter we turned him up "to cnct- ,10 'here till a policeman came and took him in H R defendant was fined 2s 6d and 6s 6d rrtctinh J.'1 Â°f Payment seven days in the House of n- Fine and costs paid. ^MILY.âOn the 5th inst at the Town 8Pt. u tre N.A. Roch, J. Adams, and W. Hulm, Esqs, Barn.f achÂ» and Dr. Mansel, Henry Evans, painter, P.C n Wawerfordwe8t, was biought up in custody neÂ«." cl^'k min Owens, charged by Mr Robert Morgan ?efclectinÂ«r. lÂ° the Pen|broke Board of Guardians, with J 'he pJL support his wile and child, now chargeable rePosed- tmoa f"nd.of the said union. George Twigg in the ,Â»:i am .rel,e?Â»ng officer of the Pembroke district, J*bo gre Â°nion. I know prisoner's wife and child n'on si nar&eable to the common tund of the Pembroke Kroner the.25th March last I have heard that 'lUm tI Painter' ,ftnd working at Milton Back, v^'ht? Dari examined: I am one of the Overseers MUsbÂ»nd t MÂ°nkton- 1 know 'he prisoner to be the Parigt, Evans, who has been chargeable 10 t 8t: I ml Monk ton for more than twelve months I0r 'he iÂ»a, ,kDow tlja' the prisoner had been working e been I W Weeka at Milton Back, near Carew, and ?a8es. that he got about 30s per week li'^on a t, stated that he had been at work at > Per week" u11 Thursday, and his wages were ect'on for onÂ« Was committed to the House of Cor- one calendar montb with hard labour.
PEMBROKE-DOCK. TOTA Â«2SIÂ»^ GARÂ»'SON.âSince he various de- 8 the 13th depot batta.ion have from time to time been arriving, the officers' mess has been held at the Pier Hotel, wb^re the catering of the worthy hostess, Miss Hussey, gave much satisfaction, every- thing in the cuisine department being served up in the most recherche style, including all the delicacies of the season. The officers of the 7th Brigade, K.A., also messed at this establishment prior to their departure. The depot battalion have now formed their own mess at their mess-room, Hats Encampment. The staff of the hattalion is as follows:âColonel Moore; Major Chi- chester; Adjutant, Captain Bennet; Paymaster, Major Boyd; Acting Paymaster, Captain Rawlins, 95th Regt; Surgeon, Mr Hoysted Quartermaster, Mr Drsge.
MILFORD. WKSLEYAN TEA MEETINGâThe annual Whit-Monday Wesleyan tea meeting will take place on the 21-t inst, in the Mould Room. old Dockyard the room being again kindly lent by Messrs Watson and Wimshurst. MILPOUD BRITISH AND FORKIGN SAILORS' SfCIRTY â Mr B. Davies, son of the late Hev D. Davies, of Haver- fordwest, has been appointed agent and seamens' mis- sionary for the above society for the port of Milford and district; a vacancy occasioned by the lamented death of the late Capt. John Lewis.
NARBERTH. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE.âMany of our readers will be glad to learn that the -I Fellowes' Silver Medal and Certificate of Honour in Clinical Medicine for the winter session, at University College, London, were awarded on Monday last to Mr Timothy Lewis, eon of Mr William Lewis, of Crinow, near Narberth. PUBLIC MEETING.âA public meeting, convened by order of Mr J. P. Hitchings, High Constable, was held in the Town Hall, on Friday last, for the purpose of taking steps to raise subscriptions for further paving and otherwise improving the town. The meeting was well attended, and after some discussion a subscription list was opened and a liberal amount put down. A com- mittee of the following gentlemen was formed, for furthering the object of the meeting: Itevde H. C. D. Chandler, and J. Morris; Dr Evans; Messrs Thomas Lewis, J. Roblin, W. W. Williams, S. H. Owen, A. H. Lascelles, W. Morgan, J. Nicholas, J. P. Hitchings, J. Thomas, and T. Smyth. Mr G. P. Brewer consented to act as honorary tieasurer and secretary. PETTY SESSIONS.âThese sessions were held on Thurs- day, the 3rd instant, before J. James. Esq, and Captain J. M. Child. Mary Howell v. John Prout, for an order in bastardy. Case settled out of court.- P.S. Irving v. Thomas Thomas, Penblewyn, for driving cattle to Nar- berth Road without a licence. Fined 6dand costs.- John Rosser, P.C, v. George Walking, Ludchnrch, for pigs straying on the highway. Fined Is and 6i costs. -Same v. Ihornas Morris, for cows s'raving. Fined 6d and costs.âHarriet Phillips v. William John. for an assault. This case was not preferred, in consequence of the man being of weak mind. Several cases of driving cattle, without licence, short distances (over 500 yards), weri enteied. A caution was given to the different parties that if the offences wore again committed none would be excused. BEGELLY.âOn Sunday and Monday, April 29th and 30th, most interesting services were held in connection with the reopening of the Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, Begelly. Sermons were preached by Revds D. Anthony, B.A., Thomas Burditt, M.A., Tenby; W. Evans, M.A Pembroke Dock; W. Powell, Pembroke; Moses Wil- liams, New Milford; W. Williams, Haverfordwest and Pendine; Joseph Evans, Carmarthen; and Griffith Davies, Aberystwyth. The congregations were very largeâscores were not able to get in in the afternoon and evening services. The preaching would have been in the open air had the weather been warmer. The collections were very g' od, amounting to Â£27. The in- habitants of Begelly showed great kindness to the strangers who were present, many of them following the example given by James Mark Child, E"q.. who opened his house to all, and provided a sumptuous dinner. This is the second chapel the Calvinistic Methodiets have built in this neighbourhood within a period of two years. It is confessed by all that they are ornaments to the neighbourhood, Bethesda was rebuilt at a cost of J6250. of which only JE16 remain as a debt. Begelly was re- built at a cost of Â£ 280, of which not more than JE30 remain as a debt; and we are determined, if spared, to clear them before ijext winter sets in. We feel it is our bounden dii!y to express our heartfelt gratitude for the kindness we have received from different friends both in and out of the denomination. The Rev. J. II. A. Philipps, that liberal-minded clergyman, eent us X5 to aid us in our struggle; and Messrs Davies and Roberts headed our subscription list with the handsome sum of Â£50, and other friends liberally subscribed. Communicated.
CORRESPONDENCE. We do not consider our selves responsible for the opinions and sentiments of our Correspondents
SrR -Some short time ago one of the members of the Lampeter College Eleven undertook to bring an eleven to plsy fifteen of the Haverfordwest Club. I am now in a position to say that the Haverfordwest Club would be happy to play an eleven ot the Lampeter Club, leaving the other four out of the question, only name the day. I am, Sir, yours respectfully, A MEMBER OF THK H. C. C. SIR,âWo have dlsoovered what we consider druidical remains in this neighbourhood, which may perhaps be of interest to your antiquarian readers. They consist of four sepulchral urns, containing human bones which, judging by the charcoal found with them, had evidently under- gone cremation. They were found on the top of the bill above Milton, and on the ridge that runs from Tenby to Pembroke. The first was turned up In ploughing, the others were dug out, and although great care was used, we could not get them out whole-tbey were too rotten to hold together. I made also a careful search for some relic of the period, but neither implement or ornament could be found I enclose yon a rough sketch of two of the urns, also a piece of skull that you may judge whether it is human or not. Perhaps, sir, it may have belonged to a great chieftain or hero more than two thousand years ago. I am, Sir, Yours respectfully, MAURICE ORMOND. P.S.-There was no barrow over them: no doubt ages of cultivation bad levelled the ground. Milton Farm, near Pembroke, May 7th.
GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. Total receipts for the week ending May 6, 1866:â .Â£71,744; corresponding week, 1865, 969,397. W. WOOD, Chief Accountant.
HAVERFORDWEST MARKET. Saturday May 5, 1866. Beef, 6d to 8d Mutton, 7dto 9d; Lamb, lOdto 12d; Veal 5d to 7d, Pork 6d to 7d; Butter, Is Id to Is 3d; EpFÂ«, 2Â° for Is Od Fowls, 2s 9d to 3s 6d per couple; Ducks, 0s 0d to 0s Od ditto Geese, Os Od to Os Od; Turkeys, Os Od to Os Od each; Cheese, 3d to 5d per lb; Potatoes, 24 lb for la Pigs, Os Od per score.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, & DEATHS. Notices of Births, Marriagetl, and Deaths, should be sent to us in Manuscript, properly authenticated. We cannot under. take to search other papers for these announcements, which are frequently found o be incorrectly printed, or turn out to be untrue. BIRTHS. On the 30th nit, at the Waterford Packet' Inn, Hakin, the wife of Mr William John, Trinity Pilot, of a daughter. On the 4th inst., at Castle Vale, Berwick-on-Tweed, the wife of Col. Curtis, C.B., of a daughter. DEAlflS. On the 3rd in*t, at High-street, in this town, Mr R. P. Pratt, jeweller, &c, aged 33 years; deeply regretted. On the 5th inst., at Castle Back, in this town, after a short illness, Ann Edwards, spinster, aged 81. On Monday, the 7th inst.. at Ivy Tower, Ann King, the faithful friend and housekeeper of Mr and Mrs J. L Lately, at Walton East, Jolm James, for many years a good and faithful servant at the West, aged 56 years Lately, at the West, of croup, ElÂ«a, the fifth daughter of Mr John Vaughan, aged 3 years and six months. On the 28th ult, suddenly, of croup, Matilda, the sixth daughter of Mr John Vaughan, the West, aged 2 yeOn'the 3rd inst., Mrs Margaret Lewis, relict of the late Thomas Lewis, Esq, Walton East, aged 77 years- deeply regretted by a large circle of friends. On the 1st inst., at Penrallt. Cardiganshire, aged 21 years, Annie, third daughter of David Jones, Esq. On the 5th inst, at Coed more, near Cardigan, Mrs Charlotte Lloyd, relict of Thomas Lloyd, Esq, of the same place, and late Lord Lieutenant of Cardiganshire, aged 67 years, highly esteemed, much respected, and deeply regretted by all classes.
HOI.I.OWAY'R OINTMENT AND PiLi-s.-Marjellous cures of sosatica stiff joints, paralysis of the limbs, and other crippling di eases'of the bones, sinews, and muscles, have been accom- plished by Ilolloway V Ointment. It isthe only un*ue Â£ [ winch produces any impression on these complaints, The Pills also work wonders. The ointment and pills should be both used at the same time, for the action of the one is greatly assisted by that of the other. Why should any hunwnbemg suffer fromtne abovementioDcd maladies, when Hollovra^ s These are to be founi in every city and town in the wotwr l*e* noble naficaments are composed of rare balsam benign arm safe as they are powerful and efficacious.
A MELANCHOLY RECKONING.-The number of persons on the Federal side who perished in the|ate^Xv^.8 less than has been popularly supposed. The Frovosi .v. BT glial General has completed a careful statement trom the muster rolls of all the deaths in battle, from wounds and TrXL, in every regiment and company of every loyal State (roro the beginning to the close the^[- It appears that 280,730 officers and men have lost their lives in the service. Of this number, only 6,221 officers and 90,886 enlisted men have been killed'in l^, died of wounds, while 2,321 officers and 182,329 en.isted men have died of disease, or m a few cases, from acci- dent, I
LIVERPOOL GUANO AND SEED, &c., MARKET May 8. (From Samuel Downcs &; Co, General Broker, 12, Tower Chambers, LiverpoolJ Guano-no import. Nitrate of Sodaâthe market is quiet, sales 400 tons at lls 6d to 12s 3d per cwt, accord- ing to quality and quantity. Saltpetreâno ttaleq to re- port. Bone Ash and Bonesâ60 tons of Ash at Â£ 4 12s 6<1 per ton on 70 hasp, and 40 tons of Bones at JM per ton for legs, and X.) 12s 6d for steamed ditto. Linseed Oil Cakesâno transactions reported. North American de- corticated Cotton Seed Cake â700 bags sold at 70 per ton. C'overse''dâsales 7o0 baps and barrels of American red. at 36s to 39s per cwt according to quality ) superior 39s per cwt. Linseed-il,ere is very little demand and the sales are 300 hags of Bonibav at 73., and 250 bags of Turkish at 70s per quarter. Rapeseedâthe market is very dull, and there are no sales to report. Tallow- superior souths, 48i 6d. The soap manufacturers evince a desire to be in stock, and anticipate a large demand 'or soap. which reacts very extensively on tallow, as the stocke of palm oil and other substitutes are small: with the dread ot war on the Continent, the spinners have taken 42,000 bales of cotton per week, but when prices are steadier, coincident with decreased expecta- tions of war, we may confidently expect an increased demand for fallow. B a. B s. Linseed Cake- jB II. E R. d. Guano, Peruvian 12 7 to 12 7 American 0 0 10 C Do. Upper do 6 0 7 6 English 10 5 10 10 ichaboe ââ Cottonseed Cake 7 0 7 C Patagonian 2 5 3 5 Saltpetre 0 0 0 0 Saldanha Hay 4 5 0 0 Brimstone, 2nds Knoria Mooria 0 0 4 0 and3rds 7 0 7 10 Pedro Keys Nitrate of Soda 0 13 0 14 KIM. of Ammonia 14 0 15 0 Linseed, Bombay Bone Ash 5 5 5 i per qr 0 68 0 6# Tallow. Ut PVC. 0 48 49 ft Cloverseed .0 53 0 57
WALTER HARRIES REYNOLDS, A UCTIONEER, A PPliA IS ER, A CCO UNTA NT, tc Offices, 1, Picton Place, Haverfordwest. Agent to the Liverpool, London, and Globe Insurance Company. W. F. THOMAS & Co.'s NEW PATENT SEWING MACHINES, Producing Work Alike upon Both Sides, Â£5 58. 66, Newgate-street, and Regent Circus, Oxford-street, London. rpO BE LET, Furnished. MYRTLE OTTAGE, X Goodwick.âApply to W. D. Wathen, Esq, Fish- guard. JUST Published (gratis) THE GREAT CRINOLINE QUESTION solved by Her Majesty the Empress of the French. Ladies should at once obtain oKATisof their Draper or Corset Maker, THOMSON'S new Illustration, showing the veritable 'MODE UK L'IMPRRATRICE. A FACTâ20,000 WATCHES ALREADY SOLD. A WATCH FOR 16d. rpHE Wonder of the Age. One of these wonderful _L French vVatches, in handsome gilt case, with chain, slide guard, and key complete, sent post-free for Sixteen Stamps. Address, Henry Wilton & Co. 2, Catherine Terrace, Holland Park Road, Kensington, London. KAYE'S WORSDELL'S PILLS. 11IIIS invaluable remedy having stood the searching test of nearly half a century, may now be pro- nounced the greatest boon ever conferred upon suffering humanity. The method of their operation is to cleanse the stomach from all impurities, without producing vio- lent purgings so weakening to the patient. Having promoved all noxious accumulations from the system, thev assist in building up the health by their purifying and tonic effect. A permanent cure is by these means ac- complished, and perfect and lasting good health secured. Sold by all Chemists, &c., at Is ad, 2s 9d, and 4s 6d per Box. INDIA OFFICE, 4th May, 1866. By Order of the Secretary of Statefor India in Council. NOTICE is hereby given, that the Director General of Stores for India will be ready on or before Monday, the 14th instant, to receive proposals in writing, sealed up, from such persons as may be willing to supply 100 TONS OF CAKE COPPER, and that the Conditions of the said contract may be had on application at the India Store Office, Cannon Row, Westminster, where the Proposals are to be left any time before two o'clock p.m. of the said 14th day of May, 1866, after which hour no tender will be received. GERALD C. TALBOT, Director-General. a GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. EPSOM RACES. RETURN TICKETS to LONDON and EPSOM issued ttt Stations more than thirty miles distant, on Monday, 14th May and following days, will be amenable for return up to and inoluding Saturday, the 19rh May. Excursions will also be run from various parts. J. GRIERSON, Paddington, May 3rd. General Manager. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. EPSOM RACES. A CHEAP EXCURSION TRAIN TO LONDON will leave NEW MILFORD at7.0A.m,on MON- DAY, 14th MAY, calling at Johnston, Haverfordwest, Narberth Road, Whitland, St Clears, Carmarthen Junction, Ferryside, Llanelly, Swansea, Landore, Neath, Port Talbot, Bridgend, Cardiff, Newport, Chepstow, and Lydney, arriving at Gloucester at 2.5 p.m., and reaching Paddington at about 7.0 p.m. The Return Train will leave PADDINGTON STA- TION at 7.30 a.m. on Friday, the 18th May. For Fares and times of departure see handbills, which can be obtained at any of the above stations. Paddington, May 7th, 1866. COTTESMORE, NEAR HAVERFORDWEST. IMPORTANT SALE OF OAK, ASH, LARCH, AND FIR TIMBER AND POLES. MR WALTER REYNOLDS Begs to announce that he has been instructed by E. T. Ma-py, Esq, to SELL BY AUCTION, at COTTESMORE, in the parish of Prendergnat (within one mile and a of Haverfordwest), on Thursday, the 17th day of May, 1866, ABOUT 200 lots of prime Oak, Ash, Larch, and Fir TIMBER & POLES, of various sizes. The Tim- ber will be found suitable for 'Colliery Proprietors, Farmers, and others, and well deserving their attention. A great number of lots are very easy of access, adjoin- ing the road to the bouse. Thp sale to commence at one o'clock precisely. Credit will be given, subject to conditions, and the purchase money to be paid to the Auctioneer, at his Office, No 1, Pioton Place, Haverfordwest. May 9th, 1866. ART-JOURNAL. THE MAY NUMBER, PRICE 2s 6d, /CONTAINS LINE ENGRAVINGS after J. Noel Vy Paton's Paolo and Francesca da Rimini,' by R. Graves, A.R.A.; J. Nash's 'Maypote.' by C. Cousen; end J. H. Foley's I Monument to Major-General Robert Bruce,' by R. A. Artlet. THE LITERARY CONTRIBUTIONS INCLUDE Ancient Brooches and DreÂ«s Fastenings,'by the late F. W. Fairholt, with 16 examples; I liistory of Photo- graphic Lenses,' by Thomas Sutton, with 7 diagrams; 'Thomas Campbell,' by Mr and Mrs S. C. Hall, with 4 illustrations; Jean Francois Portaels,' by James Duf- forne, with three examples of his works; 4 Literature for Children,' with 2 engravings; I Visits to the Paradise of Artists by W. P. Bayley Paris Exposition, 1867; 'aGoldsmith's Studio and Workshop;' Leech's Draw- ings:' Castellani's Ancient and Mediaeval Bronzes, &c, Royal Academy Lectures;' Exhibitions of the Royal Scottish Academy, Birmingham Wafer-Colour Gallery, Society of British Artists, and the Portraits at Kensing- Sol),, &c, &c. Virtue & Co, 26, Ivy Lane, Iondon. CONTRACT FOR COAIJS FOR HER MAJESTY'S DOCK YARDS, VICTUALLING YARDS, &.c. Contract Department, Admiralty, Somerset House, May 4th, 1866 HE Commissioners for executing the Office of Lord JL High Admiral of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, do hereby give notive that on Tuesday, the 16th inst, at two o'clock, they will be ready to treat with such persons as may be willing to Contract for supplying Her Majesty's Dock Yards, Victualling Yards, Naval Hospitals, Royal Marine Bar- racks, and Infirmaries, and tbo Admiralty, Marine and Coast Guard Offices in London with Coals. A Form ol Tender, with a Distribution of the Coals and Conditions of the Contract, may be obtained in the aoove Department, Admiralty, Somerset House. No Tender will he received after two o'clock on the day of treaty, nor will any be noticed unless the party attends, or an agent for him duly authorised in writing. Every fender must be addressed to the Secretary of the Admiralty, and bear in the left hand corner the words Tender for Coals,' and must also ba delivered at the Department of the Storekeeper-General, Admiralty, Somerset House, accompanied by a letter signed by two responsible persons, engaging to become bound with the person tendering in the sum of JE20 per 100 tons for the due performance of the contract. By Order, ANTONIO BRADY, Registrar of Contracts and Public Securities. JOSEPH POWELL, GROCER, AUCTIONEER, APPRAISER, AND COMMISSION AGENT, MAIN STREET, PEMBROKE. SAINT DAVID'S INCLOSURE. TO CONTRACTORS. THE Valuer will be prepared to receive Tenders on or before the loth day of May instant, for Road Making and Fencing. Particulars on application. THOMAS TIÂ»\lLYN, Valuer. 4. Castle Terrace, Haverfordwest, May 2nd, 1866. THOMAS TO M LYN, Valuer. 4. Castle Terrace, Haverfordwest, May 2nd, 1866. PHCENIX FIITE' OFFICE, REDUCTION OF DUTY. rr H E REDUCED DU ry of Is 6d per cent per an. .L num is now CHARGED on all Insurances effected, whether on buildings, lumiture, or stock. GEO. W. LOVELL, Secretary. Lombard-street and Charing Cross, April, 1866. KAYE'S WORSDELL'S PILLS. THESE PILLS have been in constant use for nearly half a century, and have met with universal success. Their action is that of a mild aperient, and, while they cleanse the body from all morbid humours, they stimulate a healthy action of the Liver, and consequently improve Digestion and regulate the Bowels, From their gentle yet effectual operation, they may be taken by the most delicate invalid, and where they are once known they are adopted as the BEST FAMILY MEDICINE. Sold by all Chemists, &c., at Is I ld, 2s 9d, and 4s 6d, per Box. PEMBROKESHIRE AND HAVERFORDWEST INFIRMARY. CONTRIBUTIONS 1R66. THE Honorary Secretaries beg most gratefully to acknowledge the receipt of the following sums, and would at the same time respectfully urge upon the attention of those Clergymen and Dissenting Ministers in the county, who have not yet made collections in behalf of this institution for the present year, the pressing and many claims which it has on their sympathy and support. Â£ a. d. Collection in Jefferston Church, per Rev.J. D. Palmour 2 2 0 Ditto in Burton Church, per Rev.Josepii Tombs 3 13 0 Ditto in Robeston West Church, per Rev W. H. HiRgon 1 8 8 Ditto in Llawhaden Church, per Rev Daniel Jones 2 8 6 Ditto in Bletherston Church, per Rev Daniel Jones o 15 6 Ditto in National School Room, Solva per Rev J. P. Williams 250 MANOR COURTS. NOTICE is hereby given that General Courts Baron and Customary Courts for the undermentioned Manors, will be held at the times and places following:- For the Manors of Spittal and Reynoldstone, on Thursday, the 3rd day of May, 1866, at the hour of eleven o'clock in the forenoon, at the dwelling-house of William Williams, called Cross Inn, within the Manor of Spittal. For tne Manor of Manorbier, on Tuesday, the 15th day of May, 1866, at the same hour, at the dwelling. house of Francis Twigg, in the village of Manorbier, within the same Manor. For the Manor of Lamphey, on Wednesday, the 16th day of May, 1866,at the same hour, atthe dwetiing-houae of William Griffiths, in the village of Lamphey, within the same Manor; when and where all persons owing suit and service, claiming admittance to any heredita- ments, or having any business to transact at the said Courts respectively, are required to attend. Dated this 18th day of April, 1866. J. ROGERS POWELL, Steward to the said Manor. TENBY, PEMBROKESHIRE. FREEHOLD HOUSE Â§â PREMISES FOR SALE. THOMAS REES Has received Instructions from the Executors of the late Mrs Faulkner, to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the COBOURG HOTEL, TENBY, on WEDNESDAY, the 23rd day of MAY, 1866, at Two o'clock in the afternoon, K LL that valuable FREEHOLD MESSUAGE or ii DWELLING-HOUSE, No. 5, HIGH STREET, TENBY, with the Yards and Stabling attached, the property and Residence of Mrs Mary Faulkner, widow, deceased. The Auctioneer feels it quite unnecessary to dilate upon the value of this exceedingly desirable property, which, from its superb position, and the great extent of land and sea views it commands, is without a superior even in the beautiful town of Tenby. Terms and Conditions at time of Sale. For further particulars, apply to William Lock, Esq., Solicitor, Tenby, or the Auctioneer, Mr Thomas Rees, Vernon House, St. Julian Street, Tenby. April 10th, 1866. OUG IISED GE & SUMMERS, ROUGHSEDGE & SUMMERS, MANUFACTURERS OP SODA, POTASS, SELTZER & LITHIA WATERS, LEMONADE, AND ALL OTHER MINERAL WATERS, 12, 15, & 37, BRIDGE-STREET, BRISTOL. Mr WILLIAM SUMMERS, in offering his ac- knowledgements for the kind sympathy expressed by numerous friends and supporters of the Firm on the occasion of the death of his late lamented partner, begs to intimate that the Business will be carried on by him under the old name, for the joint benefit of himself and Mr ROUGHSEDGE'S Widow and Family. Mr S. avails himself of the opportunity of stating he has recently introduced many additions to, and improve- ments on, the previously extensive and powerful Ma- chinery employed by the Firm, and he confidently asserts that the Aerated Waters Manufactured by ROUGHSEDGE and SUMMERS will be unsurpassed in purity and quality. IMPORTERS OF ALL THE CONTINENTAL SPA WATERS. PURSUANT to an Order of the High Court of Chancery IP made in the Matter of the Estate of WILLIAM THOMAS, late of Pembroke Dock, in the County of Pembroke, Surgeon, deceased, and in a cause George Williams and Rebecca his Wife and others, against James Hancock. The Creditors of the said William Thomas, deceased, who died on or about the month of December, 1862, are on or before the 23rd day of May, 1866, to send by post, prepaid, to George Parry, of Pembroke Dock, aforesaid, the Solicitor of the said James Hancock, the Administrator of the said William Thomas, deceased, their Christian and Surnames, Addresses, and Descrip- tions, the full particulars of their claims, a statement of their Accounts, and the nature of the Securities (if any) held bv them; or in default thereof, they will be peremptorily excluded from the benefit of the said Order. Every Creditor holding any Security is to produce the same before the Vice Chancellor, Sir Richard Torin Kindersley, at his Chamberi, situated No. 3, Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex, on Tuesday, the 5th day of June, 1866, at 12 o'clock at noon, being the time appointed for adjudicating on the Claims. Dated this 24th day of April, 1866. J. A. BUCK LEY. Chief Clerk. NORRIS & ALLEN, 20, Bedford Row, Middlesex, Agents for Thomas Lewis, Narberth in the County of Pembroke, Plaintiff's Solicitor. PURE AND UNADULTERATED. IMPORTANT TO DAIRYMEN & CHEESEFACTORS. 1B.. TRADE MARX. R. J. FULLWOOD & Co., (Late R. J. Fullwood & Bland,) HIGHLY CELEBRATED FLUID EXTRACT OF ANNATTO FOR COLOURING CHEESE AND BUTTER. This valuable Article Is prepared from the finest quality of the true Vegetable Annatto only, warranted perfectly pure, innocuous, and FREE FROM ANY ADULTERA- TION WHATEVER; it will be found the most con- venient and certain preparation for the purposes of colour- ing Cheese and Butter; produces a rich golden tint, so much esteemed in the London and other great Markets, without injury to their natural flavour, or discolouring the Whey Butter, with halt the usual trouble to use, and the certainty of colouring the whole Dairy of Cheese or Butter alike; is free from sediment, and will immediately incorporate or mix with the Milk or Cream. It has now been introduced upwards of thirty years, and obtained a considerable repute in the North and West of England, where it is used by the largest and most experienced Farmers, and is also in general demand in the Dairies of Scotland, Ireland, Holland, and Germany. IN COLOURING BUTTER it will be found by far superior and much cheaper than any other article in use for that purpose. PREPARED ONLY BY R. J. FULLWOOD & CO. Annatto Works, Somerset Place, London, Importers, Successors, and Sole Manufacturers of the Original Fullwood's Annatto. ESTABLISHED 1785. To prevent Fraud, our Annattos are stamped as above and bear our Trade Mark-A Stag with Olive-branch. Sold by all respectable Druggists, Grocers, and Cheese- factors throughout the kingdom, in Bottles of full measure, Quarts, 5s, Two Quarts 10s, Pints 2s 9d, Half Pints, Is 9d, Quarter Pints, Is, and Half-Quarter Pints 6d Is 9d, Quarter Pints, Is, and Half-Quarter Pints 6d each. GLOUCESTER ARMS, MARINERS' SQUARE, HAVERFORDWEST. ANN lewis, (Widow of the late Mr George Lewis, ostler at the Mariners' Hotel), IMPORTER OF ALLSOPP'S TORTER, AND SPIRITS OF THE BEST QUALITY. AGENT FOR GARTON AND BURTON ALES. CHOICE NEW FRUIT, IN GREAT YAElETY, AT MODJBRA.TK PRICES. AT P. P. ELLIS'S GROCERY ESTABLISHMENT. HIGH-STREET, HAVERFORDWEST. IMPORTANT! NEW DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT, ANCHOR HOUSE, BRIDGE STREET, HAVERFORDWEST, ( Opposite Beyxon's Brewery). SAMUEL THOMAS Begs to inform the Public that he intends OPENING the above Establishment ON SATURDAY, THE 19th OF MAY, WITH A LARGE AND FASHIONABLE ASSORTMENT OF ENTIRELY NEW GOODS. S. T. would respectfully remind the public that his Stock will be QUITE NEW, and the Latest Novelties will be shewn in every department. In consequence of the recent reduction in the price of Cotton and other Goods he will be able to offer some DECIDED BARGAINS. THE FA YOUR OF AN EARLY CALL IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. O" Observe the Address, SAMUEL THOMAS, May 4th, 1866. ANCHOR HOUSE, BRIDGE STREET, HAVERFORDWEST. MR. EDWARD RIBBON, PIANO-FORTE, VIOLIN, AND VFOLONCBLLO TEACHES Piano-Fortes Tuned RBSIDENCE -6, MERLIN'S TEKBACE, HAYEBTORDintBT, IMPORTANT NOTICE. ABONA-F1DE MONEY SPECULATION of Â£ 12,000,000 sterling, Guaranteed by Government, is to be allotted in various sums upwards to Â£ 20,00<i. Any one, by investing X I, may secure Â£ 20,000 sterling. For Prospectus (which will be sent gratis), apply by letter, addressed Mr J. A. RINCK, 14, DUKB STREET, ADELPHI, LONDON, W.C. STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN LIVERPOOL, MILFORD, SWANSEA, & BRISTOL For the Month of MAY, 1866. The Liverpool and Bristol Channel Steam Navigation Company's Steam Ships SevKRMaN, Capt, W. Adams. AnNi*VKRNox,Capt.RoulÂ»ton MONTAGU, Capt Speakman J.KENNEDY, Capt. Welsh F JANK BACON, Capt. Neill SWANSEA, Capt. R. Barrett. AKTIZAN, Capt. Mori is AONKS JACK, Capt. Gibbs WiNDMMERK, Capt. J. Barrett The above, or some other suitable vessel, is intended to sal with Good. and Passengers, (unless prevented by any unforeseen occurrence) as follows, with or without pilots, and liberty to tow vessels :â From Liverpool to Milford and Bristol. Landing passengers for SWANSEA, at the Msmbles (weather permitting.) I Saturday, May 5 .12i noon Saturday 19 1 after Saturday 12 7 Â£ even | Saturday 26 8 even From Milford Jor Bristol. Landing Passengers for Swansea at the Mumbles (weather permitting) Sunday MllY 6 6 morn ) Sunday 20 7 morn Sunday. 13 1 after J Sunday 27 2 after From Milford for Liverpool. Returning from Bristol every Tuesday, and from Swansea every Wednesday. Wednesday May 2 12 night I Wednesday 16 12 night Wednesday 9 a even ) Wednesday 23 5 even Wednesday, May 30th, 11 night. IAB18!â (Return tickets available for two voyages.) Cabin. Deck. Return Mllhrd to or from Liverpool 13s Od 78 Od ISt Milfcrd to or from Bristol. 8s 6d 7s Od lSa Milford to or from Swansea (Mumbles) 18 Od 3s Od â Passengers are landed and embarked at Milford (weather per- mitting) free of charge in the Steam Tender GIPSY. For further particulars see small bill, or apply to John Bacox and Co., Managing Owners, 14, Water-street, Liverpool; G. B. Evans, Bristol; Charles Lamb, Swansea; John Kenworthy aD" QQ., Manchester. R. D. HORE, AOHCT, Muroxn.
HAVERFORDWEST GRAMMAR SCHOOL. LIST OF CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE LIBRARY FUND. X 8. d. J. H. Scourfield, Esq., M.P.10 0 0 Rev J. H. A. Philipps, M.A.. 5 0 0 Hon. Capt. W. Edwardes 5 0 0 J D. Brown, Esq 2 2 0 John Lloyd, Esq 2 2 0 W. Davies, Esq. 3 3 0 T. Rowlands, Esq 1 1 0 Rev. W. B. Rowlands, M.A. 1 1 0 Mrs W. B. Rowlands. 100 Rev. J. B. Rowlands, B.A. 100 J. Marychurcb, Esq. 1 1 0 Henry Davies, Esq. 1 0 0 G.L. Owen, Esq. 1 0 0 H. P. Goode, Esq 1 I 0 R. Williams, Esq 10 0 R.Harvey, Esq 110 J. Harvey, Esq 1 1 0 Mr P. P. Ellis. 1 1 0 J. W. Phillips, Esq I 1 0 Mr E. J. Potter 1 0 0 Mr T. Whicher Davies 1 1 0 T. R. Owen, Esq 1 ] 0 Mr W. Lloyd 1 0 0 Mr J. Warr. 1 1 0 Mr G. Palmer. 100 Mr W. Williams. 1 0 0 W. John, Esq. 1 1 0 Rev T. Horn, M.A. 0 10 0 Mr W. Hood 0 10 0 Mr W. H. Rees 0 10 0 Mr Blethyn 0 10 0 MrT.J. White. 0 10 6 Mr C. Sales. 0 10 6 Mr J. Pkillips 0 10 6 Mr S. Green. 0 10 0 Mr T. Williams. 0 10 0 Mr James Phillips 0 6 0 Mr John Phillips 0 6 0 Mr W. Phillips 0 5 0 Messrs Greenish and Dawkins.. 0 10 0 Messrs R. James and Son 1 1 0 T. H. Wilson, Esq., 0 10 0 Mr John Brown 010 0 Right Hon. Earl of Cawdor ..600 J. L. G. P. Lewis, Esq 1 0 0 A Friend, per Rev. S. O. Meares 16 0 T. Skone, Esq 1 l o T. Randle, Esq I 1 0 W. Randle, Esq 1 1 0 Rev. James Thomas, MA. 1 1 0 A Lady, per Rev. W.B.Rowlands 1 0 0 W. Williams, Esq i o Henry Phillips, Esq. o 10 0 Mr G. N. Hassell 0 10 0 Mr Nicholas. 0 10 0 Mr W. Llewellin 0 6 0 James Higgon, Esq 2 0 0 Mr. Thomas Baker 0 10 6 W. Rees, Esq 1 1 0 T. Edwardes, Esq. 1 1 0 "Anon." per Rev W.B.Rowlands 10 0 T. Watts, Esq I 0 0 E. T. Massy, Esq o 2 2 G. Lort Phillips, Esq., M.P 6 0 0 E. P. Phillips, Esq 1 1 0 A. Beynon, Esq 0 10 O Mrs H. Ackland 0 6 0 James Summers, Esq. 110 W. Walters, Esq l 1 0 R. Pavin Davies, Eeq 1 1 0 Rev. F. Foster o jq 0 J. E. Evans, Esq., a present of books. Rev. C. H. Barham, a present of books. Mr Saunders 0 10 6 W.Williams, Esq.10 0 Mr Gibbon 0 6 0 Rev C. H. Barham 1 1 0 Rev Canon Thomas 1 0 0 Ezra Roberts, Esq 1 1 0 David Davies, Esq I I 0 ) Nett proceeds of first Reading.. 3 16 0 Miss Harries 1 0 0 Rev. R. Lewis, Lampeter 1 0 0 Major Willan 1 0 0 Nett proceeds of second Reading 3 17 6 Mr David Lewis 0 10 0 Nett proceeds of Third Reading fa 3 10 J. A. Owen, Esq., B.A 110 Nett proceeds of Fourth Reading 3 5 10 R. Llewellin, Esq 1 0 0 Miss Minnie Reynolds 1 1 0 Nett proceeds of Fifth Reading 4 12 10 Nett proceeds of Sixth Reading 4 13 10 Nett proceeds of Seveuth Reading 2 16 10 Mr Green, a set of maps. J. B. Henley, Esq j 0 0 Contributions will be received by the Honorarv Secre- tary Rev W. Powen Rowlands, M.A., Head Maste^of the Gram uar School, and by the Hon. Treasurer. Mr John James, High-street, Haverfordwest.
STEAM COMMUNICATION WITH TH SOUTH OF IRELAND, Fit New Milford (Milford Hm+m) WaUrford DAILY SEBVtOtâBCXBAM irOBPTBD. IIUIE Milford Haven and Waterford Steam Ship Company's X Royal Mail Steamers will sail (wind and weather per miUingj. MILFORD HAVEN & WATERFORD. From New Milford,6.45 p.m.,on j From Waterford, 6.0 p.m, on arrival of the 9.15 a m. express | arrival of the train from Cork, and 6.0 a.m. third class trains, | Limerick, &c, so as to enable so as to enable passengers to I passengers to proceed by proceed by the 8.0 a.m train to 8.15a.m.sxpresstrain, reaohinf Limerick, Cork, &c. I London about 6 p.m. For further particulars apply at any of the Railway StatieL" or of Messrs Jackson & Co, New Milford, South Wales. See B adshaw's Railway Guide and Time Table PRENDERGAST CHURCH RESTORATION FUND. IN the vear 1845 an effort was made by the late Rev. W. W. Harris to 'repair and enlarge' the Parish Church of Prendergast, and subscriptions were promised towards that object to the amount of about JE200. The failure of that effort from various causes, combines with the increased dilapidations which have accrued during the last twenty years now render an entire reconstruc- tion and enlargement of the fabric absolutely necessary. Towards this undertaking the Rector and Church- wardens respectfully solicit the assistance of the public. Population, Prendergast. 1540 Number of sittings in present Church. 180 Ditto in proposed Church 814 Contributions already promlsed:- 9a. d. Mr Massy, Cottesmore 100 0 0 Rev. J. H. A. Philipps, Picton Castle 100 0 0 Mr Scourfield, M.P., Williamston 60 0 0 Mr Lloyd, Glanafon 60 0 0 Mr John Harvey, Picton Place. 50 0 0 Mr Joshua Harvey, Mill Bank. 50 0 0 Rev. F. Foster, M.A., Poyston 50 0 0 Mr Davies, Spring Gardens. 25 0 0 Mr Stannard, Old Bridge. 25 0 0 Lord Bishop of St. David's 20 0 0 Mr R. H. Harvey 20 0 0 Mr Lort Phillips, M.P, Lawrenny Park 10 0 0 Mr Rose, Springfield 10 0 0 Mr Walters, High Street 20 0 0 Mr Daniel Lloyd, Old Bridge 5 0 0 Mrs James, Commercial Inn 6 0 0 Mr Williams, Spring Gardens 5 0 0 Mr John Lewis, Woodbine 5 0 0 Mr John Duckfield, Old Bridge 3 3 0 Mr Street, London, per Mr Smitbett 8 3 0 Messrs Jones & Nash, Bristol. 220 Mr Morris, Prendergast 2 0 0 Mr James, Prendergast HUl 2 0 0 Mr Taylor, Old Bridge 1 0 0 Mrs John, Prendergast, 110 Mr Thomas John, Prendergast. 110 Mr E. H. Smithett, Market-street. 110 Mr Cope, Saethaelwyd lie Mr Madocke, Picton Place 10 0 Mr R. H. Wilson, Bristol 1 0 0 Mr Titus Jenkins, Old Bridge. 10 0 Messrs Powell, Matbias, & Evans.. 5 0 0 Mr P. P. Ellis, High-street 2 2 0 Messrs R. James & Son 2 2 0 Mr Thomas Baker, High-street. 2 2 0 Mrs Williams, Mill Inn 2 2 0 Miss Mountague, Bristol 4 0 0 Miss Barnard, Bristol 10 0 Mr John Phillips, Victoria Place. 10 0 Mr Jos. Godwin, Wrington 1 8 0 Mr E. Potter, High-street 10 0 A Frie"vl. per Mr Stannard 2 2 0 Mr Joseph Thomas, Bridge-street.. 5 0 0 Mr S. Jenkins, Prendergast. 100 A Friend. 10 0 Mr Davies, Plough and Harrow. 10 0 Mr James Godwin, Bristol 5 0 0 Messrs Greenish and Dawkins. 2 2 0 The Misses Reynolds, Salutation. 2 2 0 Mr Edmond, Dark-street 10 0 Mr W. Hood, High-street 10 0 Rev Mr and Mrs Barham, Trecwn 20 0 0 Mr Goode, High-street 6 0 0 Mr G. L. Owen, Withybush 5 6 0 Mr T. R. Owen, Foley House 2 2 0 Mrs Brownell, Leamington, per Mrs Massy l o 0 Mr Vallance, Hurst Pier-point 2 2 0 Mr I). R. Evans 110 Mr H. D. Reynolds, Surgeon, Haver- fordwest 110 A Friend, per Mrs Barham 10 0 0 Mr Henly, High Street 5 0 0 Mr Wm. Lloyd, High Street 110 Mrs Rees, Market Street 1 0 0 Miss Stokes, Market Street 0 10 0 Mr Wilson, Market Street, per Mr Smitbett 0 10 6 Capt. and Mrs Smitbett, per Mr Smithett 10 0 A A.H. per Mr Smithett. 0 10 0 Mr E d. Ellis, Dew Street 0 II 6 Collected oy Miss Phillips, Poyston. 4 0 0 Mr H. Davies, Old Bridge. 5 0 0 Mr Phillips, Prendergast Place. 10 0 Rev T. Horn, Hill-street 2 0 0 Mr Oakshot, Swansea 1 1 0 A Friend. 2 0 0 Mr Phillips, Shoals Hook., 0 10 0 Rev R. T. Hopper, Clifton 10 0 Mr Miles, Prendergast. 0 10 6 Mr Walter Reynolds 110 Mr James Williams, Market-street.. 010 6 Mr Hughes, Victoria Place. 1 0 0 Mr D. P. Saunders, Bridge-street. 1 0 0 Mr Stephen Green, High-street. 1 1 o Collected in penoe by 12 Collectors.. J2 19 q Mr John Brown, Market-street 1 l 0 Miss Gwyther, Swan Inn 1 0 0 Mr T. James, Commercial Inn 1 1 n Mr Llewellin. Spittal 0 10 O Mr Bowen, High-street Mr James A. Owen, Westminster 2 2 n Rev. James Allen, Castletnartin Â° in n n Mr Henry Allen, Barrister-at'Law 2 9 n Mr Colby, Fynone, per Mrs Massv 2 0 n Mr Scurlock, High-street 7 J ,S 2 MeTlfWirBaker and BristoV, 6 per Mr Farrow A Mr Charles Prior Der Mr'p p'i'itV" Â« â¢.Â« C0UeÂ«e, b, J 'Â» Mr John Harding, Prendergast 10 0 Mr and Mrs Dawson, Sydenham. 10 10 0 Mrs Bushe and Miss Phillips 9 n Â« TiJr HardinÂ«. City Road 0 10 0 MrT. N PhUUps, Dew-street 0 10 0 Mr Campbell, Old Bridge 100 Mr Blethyn, High-street 0 10 0 Mr John Williams at Lloyd's coachl maker. 1 ) 0 Mr David Lewis, Bridge-street 1'I 100 A Friend 10 0 0 Mr Thomas Harding, Prendergast.. 10 0 Rev W. B. Rowlands 1 1 0 Mr Wm. Owen, Portfield. j 110 Mr brown, Kensington House 2 2 0 Mr Morris, Bristol 1 1 0 Collected by Miss E. Foster 17 16 0 Djtto by Miss L. Foster 3 7 9 Ditto by Miss M. Clerk 1 n 0 FRANCIS FOSTER, M.A., Rector JOHN HARVEY,! PHILIP WHITE,/Churcbwardens. CARMARTHENSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR JOHN GRIFFITHS, At the Rutzen Arms Hotel, In the town of Narberth, on the 24th day of May instant, at three o'clock in the the afternoon, the undermentioned FREEHOLD PROPERTY, in three lots, via;â LOT 1. ALL that Freehold Messuage Tenement and Land*, rTL called CLOGYFRAN, situate in t^ parish of Llaa- fallteg, containing 15a. 3r. 24p. in the ocespation of Mi* Marv Walters, as yearly tenant, at the low annual rent of Â£14. LoT 2. All that Freehold Messuage Tenement and Landt called RHTDYWRACH, situate in the same parish, containing 10a. Or. 6p in tbe occupation of David Morgan, under a lease for the term of bis life, now aged about 80 years, at the low yearly rent of Â£6. LOT 3. All thAt Cottalre, Garden, and Closes of Land, called BLAENHYRAETH, in the same parish, containing is. 3r. 27p. The land is in the occupation of Thomap Lewis, at the yearly rent of X8 8s, and the Cottage ud md Garden in the occupation of Thomas Raw. The occupiers of Lots 1 and 3 are under notice to quit. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, Wbif Dffice, at Narberth, or of Mr Thomas Lewis, Solicitor, Narberth, Noble Court, Narberth, 2nd May, 1866. PEMBROKESHIRE AND CARMARTHENSHIRE. MESSRS. GOODE if OWEN Beg to announce that they have been instructed by the Trustees of the will of the late Rev. Jamas Willianjs James, deceased, to offer for Sale by Public Auction, The following important and very valuable FREEHOLD & LEASEHOLD ESTATES, SlTUATB In the several counties of Pembroke and Carmarthen. THE FIRST DAY'S SALE, To be held AT THE RUTZEN ARMS, HOTEL, NARBERTH,$ At two o'clock p.m. ON THURSDAY, MAY 31st. 1866. PEMBROKESHIRE. LOT 1- All that very commodious and substantially built Mansion of ROBESTON WATHAN, with very exten- sive stabling, coachhouse, and other out-buildings; a large walled garden, lawn, and shrubberies; woods and plantations; with 39a lr 7p of exceedingly fertile Meadow and Pasture Land, abundantly watered. Alto several Cottages and Gardens situate in the parish of Robeston Wathan, in the county of Pembroke. The Mansion is beautifully and healthily placed on an eminence in the midst of a highly picturesque country, commanding magnificent views of richly wooded and varied landscapes on every side, terminating northerly in the Precelly range of mountains. The House is distant from the Narberth Road Station of the Great Western Railway, about three and a half miles; from the exoellent market towns of Narberth and Haverfordwest, about one and a half mile and eight miles respectively and from tbe, fashionable watering place of Tenby, about eleven miles. To gentlemen desirous of obtaining an agreeable residence, combining all the above-mentioned advan- tages with a highly respectable neighbourhood, where rates, tithe rent charge, and taxes are moderate, with the attractions of good shooting and fishing, this lot pre- sents a rare and excellent opportunity for eligible In- vestment. LOT 2. A good Farm House and offices, called the BANK FARM, several Cottages and Gardens also a smithy, situate in the village of Robeston Wathan, in the same parish with 59a Or 12p of very rich meadow, arable, and pasture land; and small plantation. LOT 3. The very productive and rich Farm called SUNNY- SIDE, with other lands, situate, in the said parish of Robeston Wathan, comprising a farm homestead and 56a Sr lp of very excellent meadow, arable, and pasture land (including about eight acres of wool), possessing a southern aspect, with good springs of water. LOT 4. BENLOMOND COTTAGE AND LAND. A very desirable Messuage and Tenement, situate in the said parish of Robeston Wathan, comprising a neat Cottage Residence, with out-offices, and 28a lr Op of rich' meadow, pasture, and woodland, the greater portion of which lies on the banks of the river Cleddau the soil of a deep alluvial nature; the fishing excellent. This tenement is now in the occupation of Mr William Llewellyn, under a lease of fifty years, commencing Michaelmas, 1864, at the low annual rent of Â£ 40 per annum, and will be sold subject to an annuity of Â£ 80 payable during the life of a lady now in her eighty* seventh year. LOT 5 Consists of a Dwelling House, called OLD HATES, and several fields and slangs of very valuable land (fating the south) containing 18a lr lip, situate in the parish of Robeston Wathan aforeaaid. LOT 6 Comprises a Dwelling House and out-offices, called LITTLE WHITEHALL, and Five very rich meadoir and pasture Closes and Slangs, situate in the same parish of Robeston Wathan, and containing 8a Or 22p of land. N.B.âMrBlathwayte is entitled to bold a samall por- 4 tion of this lot rent free during the life of one Morria) Phillips, now aged 82 or thereabouts. As to this, see Particulars of Sale. LOT 7. Several FIELDS and SLANGS of very valuable meadow, arable, and pasture Land, situate In the said parish of Robeston Wathan, containing 24a 2r 27p. LOT 8. The compact little Tenement of COCKS LAKE, situate in the same parish of Robeston Wathan, consisting of a House, Garden, and Land, to which are added Three very valuable Fields, and containing 11a Ir 14p. LOT 9. Four very valuable Fields, called HATTER'S PARKS. situate at Cock's Lake, in the parish of Narberth, in the county of Pembroke, containing 14a 3r 28p of excellent pasture land. The above Nine Lots comprise the Robeston Wathan Estate: they are all finely wooded and abundantly watered. The tenants all have had notice to quit, ex- cepting the tenant of Benlomond Cottage, who holds under a lease and the occupier of a Cottage and Garden, part of Lot 2, who has a life interest in the same. LOT 10. Messuage Farm and Lands, called TYHEN, situate in the parish of Llandissilio, in the county of Carmarthen aforesaid, containing 188a lr 36p of very excellent arable, meadow, and pas. ture land, now occupied by Mr William Phillips, under a lease for the unexpired term of sixty years, at the very low rent of jel40, and six couple of fat hens. This lot is within a quarter of a mile of the Narberth Road Station of the Great Western Railway a detached House and Garden, partfof this lot, immediately ndjetne the Station. LOT 11. The very valuable Freehold Farm, called GELLY-OLE, situate in the parish of Egremont, in the county of Car- marthen, comprising a new Dwelling House and suitable out-offloes, with 110a 3r 5p of superior arable, meadow. and pasture land, now in the occupation of IIr Benjamin Nicholas, under an agreement for lease for 7,14, or 21 years, from September 29th, 1852. Yearly rent j660. The Great Western Railway passes through the pro- perty, and the Nirberth Road Station is about two mllee distant. LOT 12. LLWYNBEDW, in the parish of Llanycefn, in the said county of Pembroke comprises a Dwelling Hoaae garden and premises; and 66a lr 18p of very rich pas- ture and meadow land, prettily, situated in a sheltered valley held by Mr George Harries, under a lease for the lives of Sophia his wife, aged 43 or thereabouta and James their son, aged about 9 years, at the very low yearly rent of Â£90. The tithes of this farm have been merged. LOT 13. Comprises several Fields, called HELCWM, situate on Narberth Mountain, m the said parish of NaVberth/aSd county of Pembroke, containing 34a 2r lip of good i! ture land, well watered, with 6a 9r n. 1 âÂ« â¢ Mr market town ol Narbmb.1"' ,"t'Â° m"* tk* enclosed 0f w^er on this lot. "ched oyer and bouse. conveyed to the Narberth Union Work- SECOND DÃY'8 SALE, To'be held AT THE MARINERS' HOTEL. HAVERFORDWEST ON FRIDAY, JUNE ht, 1866. LOT 14. The highly important Messuage, Tenement. Farm and Lands, called BRIM ASTON, situate in the pariah ,n the a#id cÂ°unt7 of Pembroke, containing 487a 3r 9p of very improvable arable, meadow, pasture and mountain land, now in the oceupation of Mr Daniel John, as tenant from year to year, at the very low yearly rent of Â£ 150. 7 4Â°w LOT 15. The valuable farm and lands of TRENEWYDD in the parish of Llanllawer, in the same county of Pem- broke, comprising Dwelling Houses and outbuilding and 189a Or 17p of superior arable, meadow aDd pasture land; now beld by Mr David Davies under lease for the lives of three persons, of whom'he ia th* rent ofÂ° Â£ 60"d l' U0W Bb0at 71 yea"1 lhe WlT rent or Â£60. LOT 15A. A Cottage, Garden, and small Meadow, adioinin* tv. last lot, containing 2r 35p. )outtnS the LOT 16. Tbe Farm and Lands of LLAMBED-Y Miirn â faining 256a Or 24p, or tbcreAhA. .u CH' COn- Mathry, in the county of Pembroke 1 ptr'k granted bv the Prehendarv of na* under a lease of St David's, the reversion 'he Cathedral the Ecclesiastical Cwi.mis.inn-â¢^ v" "Â°W *ested ia life of James Hiccor^ England, for the at the annual renjo Â£ 1*?ed at'0ut 70 This Farm s m w &t M'imas vearly! Symmons, under a leL 'orTh^f"011,Â°f Mr *i,IUm Hiffcun at ih 1 m Â°f the said Jatnee Â£ 16Â°' *nd 6ix Winchester. ot good oats, and five couples of tat hens. ,ucaMÂ«-â¢ Â°"The Timbe,r on each Lot t0 taken by tbe ~r a aUcm t0 P^ced on the daye of sale. All the yearly tenants are under notice to quit at Mlchaelmas next. Plans and particnlars of Sale are in course of DreDara- tion. and may be had of Messrs James and JaXs foli and''o.?n VJ\PbAUiPS 6Â°RCit0rand of Me9Â«Â» Goode and Owen, Estate Agents, Haverfordwest; and may be seen at the principal Hotels in the neighbourhootf
d^*t 'he animal was now oat of hi* possession, he was charged on payment of 2s costs.âMr Hughes appeared answer a complaint for moving cattle without a The offence appeared to have been the result of ^Conception, and be was discharged on payment, o' p'Thiirgday, May 5th.â Before I)r Dvster.âCharles ootnb, a suitor belonging to the schooner Dee, of Chester, as brought, op in custody of the police as a dangerous ^Â°Oatio wandering at large. He had run away from hi.* tinder the persuasion that a conspiracy was formed y his companions to destroy him. He liad only joined *eÂ»sel a week before, and had been quiet, sober, and â¢'â¢-conducted. The poor law medical officer was 'fected to examine him, and pronounced him insane, act suffirimtly obvious to all who *HW him. The nn- "rfunate man was conveyed to the Juint Counties Lu- n"c Asylum at Carmarthen. 1M r .A. t.. '-iLANn. â A drunken man wno came rrom un- R'een sod' in the steamer Dido Inst week, walked ovy the hydraulic machine, but he happened to cati'Ti Â°'^ with hia bands, where he hung suspended over the Pontoon, some 40 feet below. Capt R. AyWard, of the 'â¢ 8tenrrer, immediately ran un the incline to his I Â» "ico, and managed to hold the fellow up until a passed round him, when he was pulled up thus I e narrowly escaped being killed.