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MILFORD HAVEN. Our readers are respectfully invited to forward us notice of births, marriages, or deaths, which we insert free of charge, the only condition being that they are accom- panied with the name and address of the sender. Communications left at our Milford office not later than Tuesday noon will ensure insertion in the next issue of the Telegraph. âââââ WEDDING CARDS WEDDING CARDS NEW SELEC- TION JUST RECEIVED.âFor specimens and prices, apply at the Telegraph Offices, Haverfordwest and Milford Haven. Every description of Plain and Ornamental PRINTING neatly and expeditiously executed at very low prices, at the J'elegraph Printing Offices, Priory Street, Milford Haven. William Lewis & Sons, Pro- prietors. ARTIFICIAL TEETH.âMr E. England, now attends at Mrs Mules, confectioner, 13, Charles Street, Milford Haven, every other Tuesday. See large advertisement. Consultation free. English and American Artificial Teeth. Teeth fixed by Mr England's Patent Suction, requiring no fastening. For articulation and eating they are equal to the natural teeth. LLOYDS BANK,âWe understand that the branch of the above bank recently opened in Milford Haven will be in charge of the popular and genial cashier of the Haver- fordwest branch, Mr T. Y. Lewis. Mr and Mrs S. James beg on behalf of themselves and family to express their sincere thanks for the kind sympathy shown towards them in the recent loss of their dear son who was interred in the Milford Cemetery on Mondav.5, Marine Gardens, August 31. Whooping Cough always a serious complaint with children is now raging throughout the country leaving in its trail a grim record of suffering and death, and hither- to no remedy seems to have had any effect against its Recently, however, we have had some glowing account. of a new medicine discovered and prepared by the Savanah Medicine Company, who have adopted for it the distinctive name of Savanaline. It is without doubt the best and only remedy for Whooping Cough, Croup, and kindred complaints, and no time should be lost in giving this wonderful remedy a trial as delays are proverbially dangersus, and never more so than in these scourges of childhood when often a few doses given in time will spare weeks of suffering. It is sold in bottles at Is lid and 2s 9d by most Chemists. Purchasers suould carefully avoid any substitutes. If not stocked by your dealers send value in stamps or P.O. to the Company, or to their wholesale agent for Pembrokeshire, Mr J. D. Harries, 13, Hamilton Terrace, Milford Haven, who will mail it free per return.âAdvt. PRESENTATION AND FAREWELL TO THE REV. J. ARTHUR TURNER.â¢âA coffee supper, followed by a meeting representative of the Church and congregation ,vas held at the Wesleyan Chapel on Monday evening, August 26th, to bid adieu to Mr and Mrs J. A. Turner on their leaving the Circuit, a large number being present. Following the opening exercises addresses were given by Mr W. J. Griffiths, representing the Wesley Guild Mr John Walters, for the Sunday School, and Mr William Farrow on behalf of the Church and Sunday School. The presentations were then made consisting of a music cabinet to Mrs Turner, and a purse of t7 I Is to the Rev. J. A. Turner. Mr Turner in responding thanked all for the kindness shown towards them not only that evening but during their sojourn amongst them. He expressed regret at his departure from the town and trusted that if, during his ministry in the district, he had caused offence [ to any, all would be forgiven and forgotten. In con- clusion, and in bidding farewell, he wished them and the incoming minister, Rev. Arthur Holland, every prosperity and much bles.ing jn their future work. During the meeting, solos, duets, etc., were rendered whilst a presentation was also made to Mr D. Adams, of a handsome clock on the occasion of his marriage. The proceeds of the coffee suppep were for the Furnishing Fund. THE DOCKS COMPANY.âThe ordinary half-yearly general meeting of the Milford Docks Company was held on Monday week at No. 63, Cornhill, London.âMr C. E. Newbon, ehajrman, in proposing the adoption of the report (which has already been published) stated that there was again an increase in the Ijalf- year's profits of nearly 1,500. It was a curious fact that for the last six years the profits had advanced at the same rate of X 1, 000 a year. If the same rate were maintained for the present half-year it would give them 32s. 8d. for the year, or 5 per cent. on the market price, against 28s. 6d. for 1900. Owing to the strike at Grimsby, the fishing prospects for the half-year were likely to show a. report. With regard to the Freystrop Colliery, it was hoped that coal would very soon be once again brought to the surface. Alluding to the Berehaven scheme, he had come to the conclusion that whatever it had to recommend it was posssessed by Milford to a great extent without its drawbacks and dis- advantages. It wag said that the Great Western wanted it to feed Fishguard. So doubt, they would be pleased to take a new traffic if it came. But if it would cost possibly an extra million beyond their present commitments to fit Fishguard for the direct American traffic, would they undertake the work, with Milford and its monopoly at their door ? Everything pointed to Miiford being the proper port, yet Milford was pointed at because its original object had not been obtained. It was said that only i or 2 per cent. of the general passengers landed at Queenstown, and the inference was that passengers preferred to go on to Liverpool or tft Southampton to getting off the steamer at the earliest possible moment. As to the desires of the passengers, would the Cunard or the White Star Line give them an opportunity of testing the question ? IVould they put up at their New York offices and on their steamers a notice to the effect that upon 50 passengers expressing a desire to land at Milford the steamer would call at that port, and that there would bo a special Great Western train in waiting to receive them ? If the passengers did not respond, there would then be ground's for assuming that they preferred to go up to Liverpool and down agtun to T-()nqQu at the loss of so much time.âMr Thomas Wood seconded, and the report was adopted without discussion.

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