St. Mary's Church, Haverfordwest. 12th Sunday after Trinity, August 25th. Holy Communion, 8 a.m. Matins and Litany, 11 a.m.â€”Venite, llt-rdey Psalms, F<>xtÂ»'r, MorÂ»iÂ»yto)i Te Deum, Ileitis Benedictus, I. R. Grcr>ii,-h Hymns, 221, 193, 545. Evensong, (j p.m.â€”Psalms, Hop/ciÂ».s in C, Smart in C Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis, Emmett in A Hymns, 250, 224, 477.
Preservation of Roch Castle. GENEROSITY OF MR. WYNFORD PHILIPPS, M.P. The work of arresting the decay of the above fine old structure was decided on some time ago by the Cambrian Arclneological Association, but the estimates obtained were so high that the project would have been abandoned had not Mr J. Wynford Philipps, the member for Pembrokeshire, generously undertaken to bear the cost himself, while Dr Henry Owen, of Poyston, near Haverfordwest, and other members of the association, with the advice of Mr Thomas, the architect, are to supervise the work, so that the ancient characteristics of the castle might be preserved. The work, therefore, which is not unattended with risk, from the castle being built on a high rock, is now being well carried out by Mr William Thomas, of Haverfordwest.
Child's Sad Death. ACCIDENTALLY RUN OVER BY A BREAD CAR. The Coroner (Mr H. J. E. Price) held an inquest at the Market Hall, Pembroke Dock, on Monday last, into the circumstances attending the death of Edith Mary Garrity, aged 2 years, the child of William H. Garrity, a sapper in the Royal Engineers at Pembroke Dock. David James, grocer and baker, swore that he was delivering bread about 4 p.m. on Saturday. He Was coming down Tregenna Hill, having the pony well in hand, when he saw some children on the road. He shouted to them to get out of the way The sister of the deceased pushed her out of the way, and, as witness was passing, she let go of the child's hand with the result that the child went under the pony. Witness got out at once and picked the child up. The child was bleeding, and another man brought her to the doctor. Witness stayed with the child till she was taken home. A shipwright, named John Bowen, swore he heard the last witness shout at the children to go out of the way, and saw him steer clear of them. The deceased ran back under the pony and the wheel passed over her. Dr G. C. Stamper stated that the child died from the effects of a fractured skull. A verdict of Accidental Death was returned.
Roose Petty Sessions. LARCENY FROM JOHNSTON STATION. TRESPASS IN PURSUIT OF GAME. These sessions were held on Saturday last before Messrs R. Carrow (chairman), Joseph Thomas and J. T. Fisher. NO LIGHTS. Joseph Sergeant, 24, High Street, Pembroke Dock was summoned for driving a vehicle without lights at Aeyland on July 28th. <:> 0 P.C. Bassett proved. At 9.40 p.m., on July 2Sth, he saw defendant driving a horse and trap through Neyland. The defendant said the lamp went out and he was only walking at the time. It was a hired trap. Mr Carrow said they could not take these matters into account. Supt. Francis said the defendant had been fined before in Pembroke Dock. Mr Carrow: You are fined 10s including costs, and if you are brought here again, you will be fined much more heavily. FIGHTING ON THE ROAD. 7 Joseph Edwards, Riga Place, and Thomas Jones, Honeyborough Green, were summoned for obstructing Honeyborough road by fighting thereon on August 3rd. I'.S. Thomas swore that he saw the two defendants at 9.30 p.m., on the 3rd August, lighting on the highway. Edwards was drunk and Jones was not. Witness would haxfdocked up Edwards were it not for the latter's father. who begged him to let him into the house. Supt. Francis Was he violent Witness Yes, he kicked me in the ribs. Supt. Francis: Say so. If a man kicked me in the ribs, I would not be silent about it. Mr Carrow Was Jones sober ? Witness He was not drunk. (Laughter). Mr Carrow remarked that he had frequently met that fine distinction. They could treat both as first offenders. Mr Thomas did not think so. Jones's case was not so serious as the other. Edwards was fined 10s and costs and Jones 10s including costs. A YOGKG LAD'S FALL. John Hurlow, jun, Johnston, apprenticed blacksmith was charged with stealing 7s in cash, the money of the Great Western Railway Co. at Johnston on 9th August. Mr W. G. Eaton Evans, solicitor, said he appeared to prosecute on behalf of the Railway Company. Supt. Francis that was the first intimation he received that the Company was prosecuting. Mr Eaton-Evans explained that he had only been instructed that morning, as the stationmaster at Johnstou had to report the case and other preliminaries had to be gone through. Supt. Francis then withdrew from the case, and Benjamin Thomas, stationmaster at Johnston, was put down as the prosecutor. Benjamin Thomas swore that at 7 p.m. on the 9th inst. he locked up 138 in the till in the booking office, leaving the key alongside the case. He went as far as the goods-shed, and returned at 7.15 p.m. He then opened the till and found 7s missing. He subsequently saw the boy in the custody of the police, and, when charged with the theft in presence of witness, the boy admitted taking 6s. P.C. Wheeler deposed that he arrested the boy at 9.30 p.m. on the same date, charged and cautioned him. The boy said he took Gs and not 7s, and that he wanted part of it to go to the Haven on Tuesday. The boy also said that he was very sorry and could not understand what made him take the money. The boy pleaded guilty. Mr Eaton-Evans said the policeman wished to say that he found Gs Gld on the boy. The boy's father and his employer, Mr Williarns, gave the lad a very good character. Supt. Francis said he knew the lad's father for the last 40 years, and lie was a very respectable man. Mr Carrow remarked that the bench were very sorry to see a boy in that position, but they were glad that his conduct previously had been good. They would bind the boy and his father iat I o each over tn miA.rn.nfAA ac h ovt)r fn PplisLrn.ntnp 0- boy's behaviour for the next twelve months. TWENTY MINUTES ON DALE CLIFFS. 1' liogg, of 11, South Laws Street, Pembroke Dock, was summoned by Wm. John, gamekeeper, Dale Castle, for trespasSlng in pursuit of conies on the land of Capt. Lloyd Philipps on the 2nd August. Mr Eaton Evans, solicitor, prosecuted. He stated the case shortly, mentioning that the defendant was cashier to the contractors for the building of Dale Fort, and that, on account of his holding this responsible position, his example to the men under him was all the worse. Capt. Lloyd Philipps was trying to preserve the game there and he (Mr Evans) asked that this practice of poaching should be stopped. The defendant admitted the offence. He said he only went to Dale once a fortnight to pay the men. He tinished about 7.<>U p.m., and then, having an hour to spare, he got a gun and went out to the cliffs. He saw the keeper coming he did not know he was the keeper then or he mignt not have gone to meet himâ€”(laughter) â€”as he had done. He was only twenty minutes or half- an-hour on the cliffs altogether. Mr Eaton Evans repeated that the defendant's example was a bad one to the men. Defendant: The men themselves go out with the keeper and he lets them shoot rabbits and foxes, so I don't see where the bad example comes in. (Laughter.) He would do more good to the gam if he looked after the men better. b A fine of 10s including costs was imposed. "A TIDY LITTLE CAT" CHASES HALF A RABBIT. Mr Robert Jones, Hill Farm, summoned John Thomas, Little Cuckoo, and his son Philip Thomas, for trespass on his land in pursuit of game on 10th August. The defendants admitted. Mr Jones proved. He saw the defendants with a dog "beating his land. This was the third time he had seon them in a fortnight and he could not tolerate it any longer. John Thomas said he had only a bit of a dog with him, no bigger than a tidy little cat. (Laughter). Mr Jones retorted that defendant had a lurcher as well as a little dog and Kihcd a hare the week before. John Thomas I never saw a hare there. I had only a rabbit about half-grown. (Laughter). I always thought Mr Jones a tidy neighbour, but I find him out a different man. (Reuewed laughter.) Mr Jones: I'll have you every time I catch you. Each of the defendants was fined 10s and COltS.
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TO-DAY. r .r 0 -:ED -"zZ-0 -:ED -"Z'- THE COUNTY CLOTHIER, IS SHOWING THE LATEST STYLES IN BOYS' SUITS, YOUTHS' SUITS, MEN'S SUITS, AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL POCKETS! All Garments well Finished and Manufactured expressly for the District. COMPETITION" DEFIED! MOURNING ORDERS EXECUTED IN 24 HOURS. BESPOKE A SPECIALITY! FIT, SITYLE AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. The Newest Shapes in HATS and CAPS, also an immense Selection of CYCLING HOSE, CRICKETING SHIRTS, SWEATERS, FAXCY VESTS, TEXNIS and CRICKETING TROUSERS, PRINT SHIRTS, etc., etc. Everything up to date at TOM DAVIBS, THE COUNTY CLOTHIER IN MARKET STREET, HAVERFORDWEST. 401 0 L. J E N KIN S (Late SAUNDERS & SON,) Dispensing & Photographic Chemist & Seedsman. Sole Agent for the AUTOMATIC OPTICAL SUPPLY COMPANY. SPECTACLES and EYE GLASSES to suit all kinds of Defective Sight. DRY PLATES, PRINTING OUT PAPER, CHEMICALS, &c., by MAR ION, ILFORD, and other wen-known Makers. Concentrated and other Developers readv for use. (Camwal, Schweppesâ– and Iclris Table Waters in Syphon and Bottle at reduced Hates. A large variety of Invalid, Medical, and Toilet Requisites. SPONGES, TOILET COMBS, HAIR BRUSHES, &c., &c. PATENT MEDICINES A. r STORE PRICES. Abo K F. S s BRIDGE STREET, HAVERFORDWEST. A GREAT WANT SUPPLIED. r CORDIALS. AROMATIC Cherry Brandy, Ginger Brandy, Rum Punch, Shrub, Peppermint, Lime Fruit, &c. I LEWIS & Co's NON-ALCOHOLIC. Superior quality in all Flavors for Winter and Summer Use. WINES & CORDIALS. FISHGUARD. I WINES. Black Currant, Ginger, Port, Communion, Raspberry, &c,, &c. May be had of all Chemists, Grocers, and Hotel Keepers I:SE ONLY TFIESE USE ONLY THESE AND NONE OTHERS. MADE HY T. LEWIS & Co., Manufacturing Chemists, FISHGUi\RD. Ã¯;) SPRING & SUMMER SEASON, 1901. LEICESTER HOUSE, BRIDGE STREET, HAVERFORDWEST. FRED. T. PHILLIPS Begs to announce the arrival uf. his SPRING AND ?UMMER G 0 ?- I including a fraud assortment of GETLIDIE'S UNDERCLOTHING in a variety of De?n?, :nd I' Patterns. NOVELTIES IN SHIRr, TIES, HATS, CAl'S, COLLAR^ ?e., &c. Special attention is paid to H12 BESPOKE TAILORING DEPARTMENT. A HUGE VARIETY OI-* FATTER??. TO YLEI.'T FROM. STYLE AND FIT G IT A R A N T K E D â€¢ READY-MADE CLOTHING, atte iiti.Â»n is given tn this and FARMERS, TRADESMEN, and PL BLIO generally can roly upon obtaining1 perfectly j Fitting Garments In the Latest Fa-hi. and at ABSOLUTELY" LOW PKlOLS III suit all Customers. AUo a large assortment i-Â»r YOUTHS and J UVENLLK^. CYCLING, CHI OK LT and ^PORTING SUITS in gr.?at variety of Pattern and Prices Agent for the famous I'ETANELLE MATERIALS AND CLOTHING. (See separate Advertisement). Q 0 M M > 0 4 Hr. ? Q gs W ? x W ? SM 1 HI |H 1 W gg r ï¿¼ m ? 0 u Â£ j S Â§ 2 frl M 3 ? o UJ Â»Plu ?'-< Ob ^0) CO HI ?<8 ? H mH-LI o ? ? H ï¿¼ ? ?S?? M ? ? ? ? H 0" c t-" â€ž ï¿¼ ï¿¼ S"?M (!Â¡ h 0 *> f W w z 3 to rj n H p Â« 7- -i â– 2- ?â– 0 1> tfÂ¡ "d Z y*" ,g ï¿¼ S ? H ? ? L II h! Q RE -MARY THOMAS, DECEASED. ALL PERSONS having any CLAIMS or J-TL DEMANDS against the Estate of 31 AllV THOMAS, Trehale, Deceased, arc requested to send full particulars thereof, on or before the 29th of SEPTEMBER next, to THE E"-E( :eTOllS, Trehale, Letterston. Datedithis 19th day of August, 1901. 105 Be MR ISAAC ROBERTS DECEASED. SALE OF BUSINESS BY ORDER OF TRUSTEES TO CLOSE A TRUST. rr>ENDERS are invited for the Purchase of the 1_ BUSINESS of'a Coal, Corn, Seed and Butter Merchant carried on by the late Mr Isaac Roberts J.P. at Lower Spring Gardens Haverford- west which is being sold by the Trustees of his Will. The Business is an old established and valuable one. The Trustees do not bind themselves to accept the highest or any Tender. Tenders must be sent in not later than the SOTII DAY OF AUGUST instant to me the undersigned from whom particulars may be obtained. WM. DAVIES GEORGE, Hill Lane, Haverfordwest, Solicitor for the Trustees. PEMBROKESHIRE. f pi IE TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION COM- X nTTEE are prepared to offer SIX SCHOLAR- SHIPS of jM each to Sons of Pembrokeshire Farmers to enable them to attend a short course of instruction in Agriculture at the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, and also to offer TWO EXHIBITIONS of ei.) each for the Advanced Course in Agriculture at the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, such Exhibitions to be open only to the Farmers' Sons who have gone through the short course of instruction within the last three years, each course beginning in the month of Octo- ber, 1901. j All applications must be in the applicant's hand- writing Jmust state age, place of education, size, character, and situation of Farm. Applications to be sent in not later than S.\Tl R- DAY, the 14th day of SEPTEMHER, 1901. WM. DA VIES GEORGE, ClErk to the Technical Instruction Committee. Shire Hall, Haverfordwest, 20th August, 1901. 4';3 GREAT WESTERN RAIL JVA- Y EXCURSIONS will run as under nPHURSDAY, AUGUST 29th.â€”DAY TRIPS to JL CARMARTHEN from NEW AND OLD MILFOttD, Haverfordwest, Goodwick, Letterston, Pembroke Dock, Tenby, &c.; DAY TRIP to NEW MILFORD from HAVERFORDWEST AND OLD MILFORD. For times, bookings from other stations, WEEK- END EXCURSIONS, COUNTRY* LODGINGS, &c., see bills and pamphlets. J. L. WILKINSON, 162 General Manager. MISS ELLEN JOHN GIVES LESSONS ON THE PIANO AXD IX THE THEORY OF MUSIC. Terms on application. Term begins September 10th. 1, Quay-street, Haverfordwest. 154 HILL HOTLlE COLLEGE, HAVERFORDWEST. THE MISSES DAVIES (Daughters of the late Rev. T. Davies, D.D.,) CONDUCT A SCHOOL FOR BOARDERS AND DAY PUPILS at the above commodious and well-situated residence. The course of instruction comprises the usual branches of a sound English Education with Music (Pianoforte and Violin), French, German, Latin, Drawing and painting. Pupils prepared for the Oxford and Cambridge Local, College of Preceptors, Trinity College and other Examinations. Kindergarten Class every morning from 10 to 12 o'clock. Prospectuses on application. The next term will begin on Thursday afternoon, September 19th. GEORGE PALMER & SON, SPECIALITIES: 4 per "GLEN STUART," soft, old, pure. Bottle Highland Malt Whisky 3/6 "DUNBOYNE," Choicest Dublin. Guaran- teed 12 years old 3/6 "OLD LODGE," Light, tawny port. Many years in wood in Opporto 36 INVALID PORT, 10 years in wood 2 6 CLARET, Genuine Bordeaux 1 j- BURGUNDY, Good Sound French 1 6 OTARD'S 1875, and other Choice Old Braiidies 5/- CIGARS AND CIGARETTES. Wine merchants, HAVERFORDWEST.1 ;)1.) GREAT SALE OF CYCLES. New and Second-hand Cycles (Ladies' and Gents' to be cleared)! Humbers, Hudgp-.Whitworths, and Royal Stepney Cycles, 1901 [ACHIXES SLIGHTLY SHOP SOILED From ?8 85. Car. Paid. SEND FOR CLEARANCE LIST. im' Stepney Tvre Bell, as above, Is. 9d. Carriage Paid. DAVIES BROTHERS, STEPNEY CYCLK WORKS, 430 LLANELLY. j PURE BEER j FOR THE FINEST QUALITY MALT taaVtBN) ) ï¿¼ MM t ï¿¼ Baa e? MADE FROM PEMBROKESHIRE BARLEY ONLY, GO TO THE No loreign or English Malt kept in St 0 ck. BEST KENT AND SUSSEX H 0 P S AT LOWEST PRICES. lilf Â£ io os. od. 16/8 monthly. jEtoos.od.t6/8month)y. 23. M. Handle Bar Basket, JU?'. FOR LADIES a GENT3 ARE THE VERY BEST & MOST UP-TO-DATE Free or Fixed Wheela Carriage Paid. Discount for Cash. 98 log. 14/2 110 0 I6/8) lÂ£3 ?'2?. 20'? =! Â£ 13 '3sÂ« 22/9 0 Â£ 14 14s. 24/6 3 tST Write at once for NEW SEASON'S LIST of JUNO Cycles and Accessories, ovfr 100 pages, sent post free. METROPOLITAN MACHINISTS' CO., LTD., 79% BUhopsgate Street Without, London, E.C., AND PICCADIU* Cuacus, LONDON, W. 132 FISHGUARD, PEMBROKESHIRE. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD i FARM. MR. W. G. JAMES WILL OFFER SALE BY PI HLIC AUCTION at IT the COMMERCIAL HOTEL, Fishguard, on THURSDAY, the oth SEPTEMHEU, 1901, at,Two o'clock, the valuable Farm of MYNYDDMELIN, situate in the Parish of Llanychllwydog, comprising a con- venient Farm I louse and Outbuildings, in good re- pair, with Water Wheel, Machinery, and Gear attached, and about 25!) Acres of Land in good condition, and well watered. Possession of the Dwelling-house, Outbuildings and part of the land can be had at Michaelmas next, and of the remainder on completion of the purchase. The Property is situate within three miles of Fishguard, and four of Goodwick, the terminus of the Great Western Railway. It may be viewed on application to the tenant, and further particulars, with plans, may be obtained on application to Mr WM. GEOUCE JAMES, Llysyronen, Fishguard, or to MESSRS. EATON EVANS & WILLIAMS, 450 Solicitors, Haverfordwest. PEMBROKESHIRE. PARISH OF LITTLE NEWCASTLE. MR. W. G. JAMES WILL OFKEH ion SALE BY AUCTION- at the If COMMERCIAL HOTEL, Fishguard, on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th, 1901, at three o'clock in the afternoon, the FREEHOLD FARMS of PENFEIDER, COURT HOUSE, TYCANOL AND PENTRE, In the occupation of Mr Francis Vaughan, senior, and Mr Francis Vaughan, junior, and the FREE- HOLD FARM, in and near Newcastle Village, in the occupation of Mr John Reed, comprising together about 120 ACRES. The Property is distant from Letterston Station (G.W.R.), 2 miles from Fishguard about;) miles and from Haverfordwest about 10 miles. Particulars may be obtained of the Auctioneer, Llys-yr-onen, Fishguard; and of MESSES. EATON EVANS & WILLIAMS, Solicitors, Haverfordwest. Haverfordwest, 7th August, 1901. 452 PARISH OF MYNACHLOGDDU, PEMBROKESHIRE. THE FARM OF DOLEMAEN. MESSRS. T. RULE OWEN & SON ARE instructed by the Lessee (who is giving up ft Farming at Michaelmas next) TO LET the above Farm, which is situated about Two miles from Crynunych Arms Station, and contains about 100 Acres of Pasture and Arable Land.â€”For particulars apply at their Offices, Haverfordwest. f5;) PEMBROKESHIRE. COAST OF ST. BRIDE'S BAY. SALE OF FREEHOLD ESTATE IN THE PARISH OF TALUENNY. MESSRS. T. RULE OWEN & SON. HAVE received instructions to offer FOR SALE BY JLÂ± Pup,LIC AUCTION* at the MARINER'S HOTEL, HAVI '.RKOEDWEST, on SATURDAY, AUGUST 31ST, IHOI, (unless previously disposed of by private contract), at Three o'clock precisely, all that eligible Residence with commodious outbuildings, called LOWER BROADMOOR and 200 h Acres of productive Pasture and Arable Land, also Three Cottages and Gardens. The Dwelling House comprises on ground lloor: Drawing Room, Dining Room, Hall, Kitchen, Outer Kitchen, Scullery and Pantry on landing Smoking Room, W.C., and Lumber Room on first floor Four Bedrooms, Dressing Room, and Servants' Bedroom. Lawn and Pleasure Ground with large Conservatory and Fountain on South side of house, with walled Garden and Orchard (well stocked with trees,) Vegetable Garden (fenced) with Tool House' The Outbuildings, which are well built and capacious, comprise Coach House and Room over, Stable (for Six Horses), Loose Box, Coal House, Culm House, Servants' w.c., Cart House, large Calves or Sheep Cot, Fowl House, Four Piggeries, l Boiler House, Beast Shed, Cow Shed tor 2G Cows, Chaff Room, with tratmvuy laid round whole length of these buildings for feeding purposes, Chail'- cutter, Grist Mill, Bone Mill, Saw Bench, large Barn, with Corn Loft and Corn Cleaner, Workshop with Loft over, Machinery Room, Yearling Shed for from 1G to 20 Cattle, and Ilayguard. The Machinery is worked by Water Wheel :30 feet in diameter, having a plentiful supply of water. The House possesses the important advantages of a never ceasing supply of pure Spring Water for drinking and dietetic purposes. The whole of the buildings are comparatively new and substantially built, and in perfect order and repair. The Coast of St. Bride's Bay bounds the Property on the North-West. A small Harbour with beach affords facilities for bathing and boating, and there is also a well constructed Boathouse. The Estate is situated about 7 miles from Milford Haven and 9 miles from Haverfordwest and Rail- way communication, and lays-withiu the three- miles radius for telegrams. Particulars and Plan with all further information may be obtained of MESSRS. T. RI LI; OWEX & Sox, Estate Agents and \uluers, IIaverfordwest or of MR J. W. PHILLIES, Solicitor, Haverfordwest. 413 AUCTION SALES BY MESSRS. J. LLEWELLYN DAVIES & SON. On Tucsfbv, August ?Oth, at PRIORI' STREET, MILEOED HAVE?, Draught Horses, Haulier's Plant, Stone Quarry, &e., the property of Mr James Hart. ,?Nir Jttuies Hart. Oil Thursday, August 22nd, at the GLOBE HOTRL, MILIOED HAYKX, Macfarlane House," Leasehold, situate in Charles Street, Milford Haven. III the second week m September (dates not fixed) at BOFLSTON FAJnr, near HAVE]U-'OEDWEST, a Three Months' Credit Clear-out Sale of Live Stock, Crops of Corn and Hay, Agricultural Implements, kc., the property of Mr J. Thomas. Oil Wednesday, September 18th, at FIONEYBOROUGH HOCE, NEYXAXD, Household Furniture, &c., &c., J J the property of the late James Phillips, Esq., J.P. On Thursday. September lUth, at BARN LAKE FARM, Three Months' Credit Clear-out Sale of Shire Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Implements, etc., the property of Mr Gco. Prout. MILLOKD HAVEN. Sale by auction of a Leasehold House and Premises, situate in one of the most eligible positions in the Town. MESSRS J. LLEWELLYN DAVIES SON I-lave been favoured with instructions by Mr F. JLJL II. George, to SELL I;Y PUBLIC AUCTION, at the GLOBE HOTEL, Milford Haven, on THURS- DAY, AUGUST 22-Ni,, 1001. Macfarlane House Situate in one of the best positions in Charles Street, having a splendid view of the Haven from its entrance up to the town of AJilford. Macfarlane House is held on a lease for 50 years, from the 25th December, 1^80, having 3;") years un- expired from December next. The House contains the following accomodation on Ground Floor :-Drawing Room, Dining lloom Reception Room, large Kitchen and Scullery, with .5 Bedrooms on the First Floor. There is also a large Garden in the rear of the House, extending back to Robert Street, to which it has a frontage and a portion of the Garden could be utilized for building purposes if required. Sale to commence at 7.30 p.m. There are some Gas and other fixtures in the House which must be taken by the Purchaser at valuation. The auctioneers respectfully invite the attention of the Public to this rare opportunity of securing a Leasehold House and Premises in one of the very best positions in the Town, where house property j is becoming of more and more value. The view of the Haven from the front is unequalled, and with a little doing up the house can be made one of the best situated and most desirable private residences in the Town. CLEAR OUT SALE A T LEONARDSTONE in tno Parish of Llanstad- M ivell, of LIVE STOCK, CROPS, AND HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE, the property of MRS SCUELOCK, j on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBE]: 1 1TH, IDOL Full particu- lars will hortly nrvnenr. ?. D. PHILLIPS, j Ilk"Aue -oiief,,r. 15 FI SALES BY MESSES. LLOYD, THOMAS & FISHER. fphlllij' l;ah ,1H: Oj, :Â» t BROADM-' H >Ii ai.d TALBENXY FARMS, th'/v/ho1(?or the Stock and Implements, the property of -J. vY. H.'irvy, About the Third week iu September at >. 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Sold in Bottles, 2s 9d and 4s 6d each: by all Chemists and Stores, or will be sent carriage free, on receipt of stamps, direct by The Sole Proprietors THE QUININE BITTERS MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED, LLANELLY, SOUTH WALES. MILFORD HAVEN COUNTY SCHOOL. A GRAND BAZAAR (Under Distinguished Patronage) WILL BE HELD EARLY IN 190 2, IX AID OF THE ABOVE BUILDING FUND. 460 WATsTET), a steady, industrious LAD as APPREN- ?y TICE in the Counting Ho))? Department. One who is quick at iigures and a good writer indispensable. â€” Apply to GREENISH OC DAWKINS, Havcrfordwest. 4G1 A HOUSE TO LET at Michaelmas, No. 1, CLEDDAU /A VILLA, NORTH STEEET.â€”Apply, JOH MORGAN, Coach Builder, &e. TO LET, September 29th, SPRINGFIELD HOUSE, I a genteel residence near Haverfordwest. Also 1(5 Acres or thereabouts of excellent Pasture Land attached. â€”Apply to ME. J. H. WILLIAMS, Dairy Park, Haver- fordwest. TO BE LET at MICHAELMAS NEXT, CRUNDALE T FARM, consisting of convenient HOUSE, OUT- BUILDINGS, and about THIRTY ACRES OF RICH GRAZING LAND and well-watered. For further particulars apply to Mn. li. A. G. JAMES, Solicitor, Haverfonlwest. 427 TO LET. THORNTON HOUSE. HOUSE contains Dining and Drawing Room. Eight )! Bedrooms, Kitchen, Servants' Hall, Scullery, Laundry, w.c., etc., etc. Grounds: Field, Large Garden, Lawn and Pond. Out Premises Stable, Coach House, Saddle Room, Corn Loft, and Coal House, in all a complete Gentleman's Residence, situate about 1.1, miles from Milford Railway Station. Apply to J. H. ROWLAND, Milford Haven. 451 ANOVELTY. GENUINE JAPANESE MICE, A beautifully marked soon breed, amusing pets, Is. pair.â€”Apply, "Telegraph" Office, Milford Haven. GOVERNESS CAR for Sale. Suitable for small PONY or DONKEY".â€”Apply 15, Hill Street, Haverfordwest. 449 NEW HONEY. HONEY IN SECTIONS OR BOTTLES FOR SALE the best procurable.â€”-Apply B. THOMAS, Stationmaster. Johnston. F I-NE sample of NEW HONEY in sections, 8d each.- JOXES, 9, Charles Street, Milford Haven. FOR SALE, DOG CART AND ODD HARNESS; I also COLLIE PUPS. Apply.â€”BLACK Hons HOTEL. 457 FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY FOUR CAPITAL FHEEHOLD DWELLING -V HOUSES, situate iu BRIDGEND S(L\ItE, Haver- fordwest, and respectively occupied by Mr Thomas Davies, Miss Anuic Griffiths, Mr J. Thomas, and Mr James. Two of the Houses arc new and the others are in an excellent state of repair. For further particulars apply to 11n. W. J.JONES, Solicitor, 138 Haverfordwest. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. rrllE LICENSED HOUSE AND PREMISES, J- also the SHOP and HOUSE adjoining, known as the GREYHOUND HOTEL, in the Town and County of Haverfordwest. The House is splendidly situated, has good Stables and Premises adjoining, and is doing a good trade. It is let at the low annual rent of Â£ 27 per annum, and the House and Shop at the additional sum of Applications to be sent in before the 221D DAY OF AUGUST, PJ01, to the undersigned. PRICE &* SON, Solicitors, 110 Haverfordwest. LIST OF SALES BY WILLIAM JONES, AUCTIONEER. On Thursday, .September 5th, on the premises at No. 15, HIGH STllEET, HAVEEEOEDWEST, Valuable Houso hold Furniture, and other effects, the property of Miss Emily Couzens, Confectioner. On Saturday, September 14th. at the CORN MARKET, j IIAVEEI-OEDYVEST, Modern Household Furniture, etc., removed for convenience of sale. About the third week ill September, at CROW'S NEST, in the Parish of PEENDEEGAST, Dairy Cows, Young Cattle, Horses and Implements, the property of Mr Jas. Evans. On Thursday, September 19th, at the MASONIC HALL, HAVEEEOEDWEST, Antique and Modern Household Furniture, to be removed from CHESTER HOUSE, I'D TON PIACE. I About: the last week of September at the same place, Old Oak and Modern* Household Furniture, etc., removed from Castie Terrace, the residence of Mrs W. O. James. Full particulars will shortly appear i Auctioncer's OHiee, 40, High Street, Haverfordwest, 20th August, 1901. WANTED, immediately, good General SERVANT.â€” VV A. E. SAGE & Co., Haverfordwest. 448 A I AXTED, respectable WO;IAXu as HOUSE- Vv KEEPER, about 40 or 50 years of a, Apply: THOMAS HITCIIINGS, Office of this Paper. 4G4 PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS SITUATIONS VACANT AND WANTED, i One insertion. Three Insertion S. d. s. d. 15 Wordsort ess 0 9 18 20 do.10 9 25 do.13 23 30 (lo. 1 6 9 Particular attention is called to the fact that the above scale only applies to Situations Vacant and Wanted.
I LOCAL AND OTHER NEWS. HAVERFORDWEST FANCIER S SOCIETY. â€” A committee meeting will be held at the Coffee Tavern Oil Monday evening next when all members are respectfully invited to attend. Subscriptions are now due and should be paid to the secretary, Mr J. W. Dummett. SUDDEN DEATH AT TEXBY.â€”Mr Jolin Stacey died suddenly onSaturday afternoon in St. George- street from the rupture of a blood vesssl. Deceased, who was a married man, about ^0 years of age, but without family, before his health failed was an iusurince agent. JOINT EDUCATION COMMITTEE.â€”A mGetin0* of this Committee of the County Council was held in the Council Chamber yesterday, and was attended by Rev. Lewis James, Mr J. C. Yorke, and Mr W. S. DeWinton. The proceedings were private. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY EXCURSIONS.â€” The Great Western Railway announce day trips to Carmarthen on Thursday, August 29th, from New and Old Milford, Haverfordwest, Goodwick, Letterston, Pembroke Dock, Ten by, &c., on the occasion of the Hunters Show. A MARVELLOUS ESCAPE. On Tuesday afternoon a man hailing from Landore had a marvellous escape from death at Clydach, near Swansea. He was knocked down by a train and three trucks passed over him without inflicting any further injury than a slight scratch on the forehead. ANDOYER VACANCY.â€”The nomination of candidates to contest the vacancy in the Andover Division of Hampshire, caused by the death of the Hon. Bramston Beach, took place on Monday, the candidates being Mi- Edmund Beckett Faber (C.) and Mr George Judd (L.) The polling takes place next Monday and the result will be declared the following day. WALKED OUT or A TRAIN.- A coastguard named Murphy, travelling from Dublin to Belfast on Saturday evening last, under the impression that the train had come to a standstill, walked out of a third- class compartment when the train was travelling at 10 miles an hour between Portadown and Lurgan, and fell on to a grassy slope. He was only slightly injured. TRAP ACCIDENT NEAR WISTON. An accident, which resulted in a lady sustaining a fractured arm, occurred on the road from Haverfordwest to Wiston some days since. Mrs Morgan, of Fenton, was driving a horse and trap in that direction.. The horse shied and the lady was thrown out, receiving the in jury mentioned. She is now almost recovered. SERIOUS ACCIDENT TO A YOUNG Boy.-On Saturday afternoon last a young boy named Wm. Allen son of Mr Allen, tailor, residing in Dark Street, got his leg entangled in the railings surrounding the Bethesda Schoolroom and fractured it. Assistance was promptly at hand and the boy was conveyed to the Infirmary where he now remains. MILFORD SHIPOWNER'S BANKRUPTCY.â€”At the Bankruptcy Court, Pembroke Dock, on Friday, before the Registrar, Mr S. H. Owen, Mr Peter LI. Hancock, shipowner of Milford Haven, came up for his adjourned public examination. The Deputy Official Receiver (Mr Williams) intimated that he he had no further questions to ask. Mr Hancock accordingly signed the official report of the proceedings, and the examination was closed. METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER.â€”Taken at St. Ann's Head for the week ending 8 a.m. August lilth, Highest barometer reading reduced to 32 F. and to mean sea level, 30*13 on the 10th lowest, 29*77 011 the Hth; maximum temperature in the shade, 63 on the lith; minimum, 53 on the 13th: amount of rainfall, 2*58 inches hours of bright sunshine 29* 1 prevailing winds southerly and westerly, fresh to strong breezes weather very unsettled, unusual quantity of rain, with little sunshine for time of year; sea rather rough the whole week. DEATH OF DR. LOCK, TENBY.-Dr. J. Griffith Lock, J.P., Tenby, late medical officer of health, passed away peacefully on Sunday at his residence, after having for months heroically faced the attack of a malady he knew to be incurable. His life was devoted to his profession, and hundreds of his patients have for years benefited by his skill and care for nothing. He was closely connected with many local institutions, and retained his connection with the < hidfellows Club and Cottage Hospital to the end. Mrs Lock and the family have the sympathy of a large circle of friends. THE NEW PASTOR OF THE MAZE HILL CONGREGATIONAL CIIUECH, EAST GREENWICH.â€”We have been officially asked to say that the Rev. R. Sirhowy Jones, of Narberth, Pembrokeshire, has accepted the invitation of the members of this church to become their pastor, and is expected to commence his ministry on the first Sunday in October. In reference to this, Captain A. R. Owen, of 38, Crooms-hill, Ciotuwieh, writes under date of Wednesday lastIn order that you may be able to appreciate somewhat the true condition of affairs in this matter I submit to you that the acceptance is made by Mr. Jones in face of a petition signed by three of the seven deacons, a large majority of the Church Council, and a total of -to odd of the Church people, urging his non-acceptance." CRICKET MATCH AT PICTON CASTLE.â€”By the kind invitation of Mr 11. E. E. Philipps, the St Thomas Eleven, under the Captaincy of the Rev. T. A. Thomas, paid a visit to Picton Castle on Monday to play it match with a team made up of guests staying there. The match was played in the Park, which is one of the best pitches in the County. The toss was won by the visitors, who chosed to field first. The batting of Mr Thackeray was so good that he ran up 5(3 before he was dismissed, and in the first innings a total score of 102 was made. The visitors made 55 in their first and only innings. Mr Philipps' team again went in to bat, and nine of them were this time dismissed for H runs. The visitors were hospitably entertained to lunch and tea by Sir Charles and Lady Philipps, and were photographed in the afternoon by Mr S. IT. Owen, jun, one of players. We regret to announce that the funeral has just taken place, amidst every manifestation of regret at Sherift'hales, Staffs, of Mr Wm. Jenkins, the local schoolmaster, who was the son of Mr Jenkins, of Redberth, Pembrokeshire. There was a large congre- gation including Mr Emsor, H.M. Inspector of Schools, and the service was conducted by the Rev. H. T. Michell (Vicar), and the Rev. H. B. Tetlow, of Birmingham, (a former curate). The bearers were members of the choir and bell-ringers of the Parish Church, where the deceased was organist. The coffin was of plain oak, beautifully finished and was made on his Grace the Duke of Sutherland's estate. Mr Jenkins was only 37 years of age, and he leaves a widow and two children. The coffin was covered with beautiful wreaths bearing suitable inscriptions. WHERE TO GO FOR OUR SUMMER HOLIDAY â€”This we have probably decided, but mater familius has still the question before her, as to what to take and how to pack it all. If in difficulties on the latter point she cannot do better than to call at MESSRS. GREENISH AND DAWKINS, of Market Street, and see their varied selection of Trunks, Bags, &c. Their Ladies' Wicker Trunks this season are specially good. Not merely a close wicker top as many which are advertized as close wicker," but made of close wicker throughout, top and sides, with eight leather protecting corners, strong lock, and fitted complete with inside tray. Then there are the popular flat Overland Trunks, equally light and strong, which can take an incredible quantity before they are quite filled. Real Cowhide Gladstone Bags commencing from ltis. lid. each. Hand Bags, different shapes, in real Cowhide, from 5s. lid. The convenient and useful Holdall, will be found there in various qualities from 4s. lid. each, also a charming selection of Travelling Rugs from 6s. lid. to 30s. each. In other departments Messrs. reenish and Dawkins have also provided for Travellers' needs, having a complete new stock of Gent's Fancy Caps, Ladies' Golf Capes, Umbrellas, Waterproofs, in fact, Travellers have only to call, and may rely on obtaining what they require, at a minimum of cost for what is genuine and reliable. LATE ACCIDEXT TO MRS. WYNFORD PHILIPPS.â€”A NAEEOW ESCAPE.â€”The cleverness and courage shown by Mrs Grismoud Philipps, of Cwmgwiily, in saving Mrs Wynford Philipps from drowning at Lydstep Haven, for some days, formed a topic of conver- sation all over this and the two adjoining counties. It seems that the account of the affair which we published last week was (lefective, and, in some respects, not exactly correct. Both ladies went down to the water edge for the purpose of bathing, and Mrs Wynford Philipps, who is a good swimmer, expressed her intention of bathing from a coracle. Mrs Grismoud Philipps, who cannot swim a stroke, necessarily contented herself with bathing from the shore. The coracle in which Mrs Wynford Philipps was seated was carried out seaward by an unexpectedly strong current, and, do what she could, the lady could not arrest its progress. She quite realised this when she was about 300 yards from land, and, leaving the coracle to drift, she jumped into the water, intending to swim towards the shore. Haying swam 200 yards or thereabouts, Mrs Wynford Philipps was, apparently, seized with a sudden sensation of weak- ness. Mrs Grismond Philipps very speedily perceived that her companion was exhausted, and in imminent danger of sinking. So, without counting the cost, she rushed on to the other lady's assistance. Having now waded 100 yards or more from shore, she was quite out of her depth, aud, being unable to swim, her plight was well nigh as bad as it could be. To make matters worse, Mr" Wynford Philipps no sooner felt her grasp than she fainted, as often happens when rebel comes after a fright and strain of this kind. Still, Mrs Grismond Philipps, helpless and terrible as was her own possition, never lost heart, but held her companion un imtil Mr Coventry reached the spot with his boat, and rescied both. It was a memorable deed, and deserves to be quoted as an example of the dauntless and unfailing courage which reside in the soul of a noble woman. We have "often contended that tho male sex possesses no monopoly of Nature's endowment, and that ill all the higher qualities women are at least the equals of the superior sex. â€” Wehhman.
SCIIOLASTI(' SUCCESS.-Master W. H. Thomas, son of Mr J Thomas, of the Rising Sun," Bar- n,, Sun, Bar- net (grandson of Mr W. Thomas, Cotts Farm, Little Haven), and a former pupil at Silesia College, has succeeded in passing a very stiff examination in connection with the College of Preceptors. Master Thomas has been placed very high in the honours division, which we understand is most unusual in the case of a youth only 15 years of age. The examination will enable him to enter at once on his studies at the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, which profession he has chosen. PROMOTION FOR LIEWT. W. H. GEORGE.â€” Promotion has come rapidly for Lieut. W. H. George. It will be remembered that this young officer, who com- menced as a private in the Haverfordwest volunteers, volunteered for the front in February last and became attached to the Worcesters. He left for South Africa on the 1st of March, and on his arrival at once got into the thick of the fighting. His duties con- sisted principally in guarding convoys and in several en- gagements with the enemy he exhibited considerable dash and ability, and on one occasion earned the specific praise of his general. As a result of his general conduct he is now promoted to the rank of full Lieutenant, and, on behalf of our readers, we offer him our warm con- gratulatious on his promotion. LLANDRINDOD WELLS.-The annual Croquet Tournament took place on the Pump House Hotel grounds on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, August 8th, !)th, and 10. Third MOUJKL-â€”Mr Howell Walters and Mrs Warden beat Mr and Mrs Seaman by 11 points. General Briggs and Mrs Howell Walters beat Mr Langdon and Miss Scott by 11 points. Fourth Round.- General Briggs and Mrs Howell Walters beat Mr Warden and Miss Langton by 21 points. The rest had byes. Final. Mr Howell Walters and Mrs Warden beat General Briggs and Mrs Howell Walters by 3 points. The first prizes were therefore won by Mr Howell Walters and Mrs Warden and the second by General Briggs and Mrs Howell Walters. The final, which lasted 4 i hours were watched with great interest by nearly two hundred spectators and was considered the best game ever played on the hotel grounds.