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The Choice of the Correct System when Buying a Separator. On the Market there are at present so many Styles of SEPARATORS that it may be difficult for a Farmer to choose the right one. When he is led by false economy he may unfortunately choose a Machine, -which, although its first cost is apparently less than the "Mey's," will in a short time DOUBLE the original difference in price between our Machine of strong make and the cheaper system -1 by repairs." THE ORIGINAL Mey's owing to its strong con- struction, guarantees greatest durability. It works uniformally, no Shocks or Vibration of any kind, thereby affurding a high degree of efficiency fcry light running. ?= ?:  t i T} .11[i,- M? ?_, h J- #'4r -⢠.??' ?' '? -.I ⢠? Before Buying try our Original Mey's with Free Suspended Bowl running in Ball Bearings. Gear completely encased. Small consumption of Oil. Cleanest Skimming. Testimonials for Machines which have been 12 and more years in use. SOLE AGENTSâ Rees & Roberts, HAVERFORDWEST. I iESOP ON THE SUNBEAM. ttf- THE HARE AND THE TORTOISE. A Cyclist was explaining to a Sunbeam rider how important it was to be able to adjust the Driving Bearings of one's own Bicycle. The latter after expressing regret that he had never been inquisitive as to the inner workings of his steed, chal- lenged the other to a day's riding, in order that they might test the re- spective merits of their machines. So they started off together and rode pleasantly for some miles. Then the first Cyclist called a halt in order that he might make some necessary adjustments to his machine. No," said the Sun beam rider, we are tes- ting the Bicycles, not the mechanical knowledge of their riders. I have never learned to adjust my Sunbeam, be: ause it never needs it." And he rode on. MORAL.âBicycles are made for various purposes, but the Sun- beams and the other Cycles sold by S. & F. Green are made to be ridden. Do not fail to call and see their large stock of high-grade Bicycles. Whitsuntide Trade. COMMERCE HOUSE, LTD. ARE NOW MAKING A GRAND SHOW OF EARLY SUMMER COSTUMES, Millinery, Blouses, &c. We are making a special display of LADIES' CREAM COSTUMES AND COATS. BLOUSES IN ENDLESS VARIETY. Charming Range of Embroideries, Laces, Neckwear, &c. Children's Millinery and Costumes in all the newest styles. COMMERCE HOUSE, LTD., HAVERFORDWEST. DON'T FORGET HAVER FORD WEST EISTEDDFOD j On Whit-Monday, May 31st, 1909. GREAT CHORAL COMPETITIONS AND KEEN CONTESTS ANTIOIPATED. NUMEROUS ENTRIES. Choirs entered from Glamorganshire, Carmarthenshire, and Pembrokeshire for the Open Male Voice, County Male Voice, Mixed Choirs and Juvenile Choir Competitions. EXCELLENT ENTRIES FOR VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL SOLOS, LITERARY AND ART. THE EISTEDDFOD WILL BE WELL WORTHY OF A VISIT. GRAND PROFESSIONAL CONCERT in the Evening. | Special engagement of the Full Band of the 1st Batt. Welch Regiment. I For lato Trains see Railway C:o.'s Bills, also Steamers from Neyland for Hobb's Point. NORTH PEMBROKESHIRE. IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD ESTATES. Messrs. T. RULE OWEN & SON WITJL OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, subject to Conditions, the following valuable w PROPERTIES: At the BLACK LION HOTEL, CARDIGAN, on SATURDAY, JUNE 12tht 1909, at One o'clock: PAPasii. | FARM. TENANT. | AREA. I R"'r. FAP,.Il. TENANT. AREA. REKT. A. R. P. £ s. d. Nevern and Bayvil ;Cwmg?yne Mr B. James .J 35(> l 38 300 ?' 0 Neverti r Cottage al1d:Fields Miss 1\1. Thomas .J 7 2 11 9 0 0 Hayv)IandMoiIgrove.. Pantygroes Mr D. Gritfiths 2270 13 150 0 0 Bayvil Bayvil Mr B. James J 214 3 11 200 0 0 13avvi I ⢠?Trecerney. Mr D. Griiffths 142 1 ? 80 0 0 £ ayv!} M. oilgrove A: Nevem¡ Tregammon Mr F. Llovd 220 3 20 148 0 0 Bayvil and Nevern Crigue Messrs. E. & W. Havardl 213 0 5 156 0 0 Nevern Trellvfant Mr J. Davies 370 1 K; 240 0 0 Moilgrove Cihwr Mr B.James ⢠20 2 23 28 0 0 ?\loil?,rove CibNv,- I\lr 1". James 202 23 28 0 (1 Newl)ort .Two i4ielcis Dr. Havard 151 13 21 0 0 And the Impropriatorial Tithe Rent-Charge as commuted and chargeable on the Farms of Trefaes and Pantgwyn, in the Parish of Bayvil, amounting to Li. The above Lots arc situated in the most beautiful and productive part of the Countv, and are within easy reach of the Towns of Cardigan and Newport, and about 10 Miles from the Great Western Terminus and rising Towns of Goodwick and Fishguard. At the CASTLE HOTEL, MAENCLOCHOG, on FRIDAY, JUNE 18th, 1909, at Two o'clock: P-?RI?U. FARM. TH\A\T. AREA. REXT. PARISH. I FARM. TENANT. AREA. RET.  A. R. P. £ s. d. Mynacb)ogddu AUtygog MrsE.Davies.. 22 3 3(; 5 6 for one-third Share Do.. Piasdwbwl Mr L.George.. 108 1 31 10 0 0 for one-fourth Share Do. TrQllwyu â¢â¢â¢ Mr S. Phillips. 9 1 3. 3 0 8 for one-third Share Do. Gorsfach Mr J. Davies 27 0 26 5 0 0 do. Do. Danvgarn Mr B. Evans 25 1 24 6 13 4 do. Do. Pentrithel.JMrE.Davies 144 1 21 16 () <> do. Do. yeth en 1: Mr J. Morgan 15 1 25 3 6 8 do. ,Mr ynachlogddu and Llan- golman Cwmcerwn Mr D. Harries. 296 2 7 18 0 0 do. Llangolman Portispant. Mr M. Thomas 113 1 26 11 0 o do. And One Third Lndivided Share in the Manor of Mynachlogddu and to the Encroachments made on the Common, also to any Minerals which may hereafter be discovered, and to any other Common Rights usually claimed by the Lord of the Manor, subject to a Rent payable annually to the Crown of 14s. for the one-iturd Share. All the above Farms in the Parish of Mynachlogddu, excepting Plasdwbwl, have Rights of Depasturage over the Undivided Land called Gorsfawr, as well as Rights of Common over upwards of 2,000 Acres. Plasdwbwl has Rights of Common only. This portion of the Property lies about Four Miles East of Maenclocbog and Seven Miles North of Olynderwen Station of the Great Western Main Line. Particulars, Plans and Conditions of Sale may be obtained free of charge of the AUCTIOEERS, rTn,.o,.   SON, Haverfordwest; and of M?sM. A. R. & H. STEELE, Solicitors, 21, Ojll^ i ^'TKICE Haverfordwest; and of MESSES. A. R. & H. STEELE, Sol i citors, eTlill' LotvilonL C PAYS FOR  !N A FEW WEEKS. fâq |T PAYS FQR ,T5ELF [N A FEW WEEKS. /â¢> â â l±J\ The DIABOLO Jg4 WORLD'S CHEAPEST SEPARATOR.  SKIMS CLEAN 27 GALLONS PER HOUR. ?????? PRICE ONLY £4 4S. Od. 1JAY BE HAD A FORTNIGHT ON TRIAL. A At?UT HALF THE PRICE OF OTHER MACHINES /<y:r';), I') }-^f N EAM 'I(?!r'f', S U B  BUTTER COLOIJB ¿/t- '-J .I:ù '-J ..J:V II a veW a'? mneh improved Butter colouring. It produces a fine bright straw ??' colour, much more natural than any other butter colourwg on the market. For further particulars and FHEE SAMPLES apply to 1) J. FULLWOOD & BLAND Colouring Manuf'rs, HaXTON 1. Colounng Maiiuf'rs, AGENTS WANTED. LONDON, N. No need to Sell a Cow to Buy a DOMO! The DOMO is a First-class CREAM SEPARATOR at Prices within the reach of every Cow keeper. DOMO IS WARRANTED ON EVERY POINT. '1L j-   I. ,) COMPARE PRICES. £ s. d. H.S. to skim 9 galls, per hour 2 2 0 B ,,12 ,» 2 10 0 0 â 16 â 3 10 0 1 ,,20 â 4 10 0 2 ,,28 â 5 10 0 3 â 45 â 8 10 0 4 ,,67 â 12 0 0 Free Trial and Written Guarantee given with every Domo. SOLE AGENTS: G. LIewelliii & Son, Dairy Engineers, Haverfordwest. ST. BRIDE'S HOTEL, LITTLE HAVEN. â VISITORS TO THE HAVEN WILL FIND EVERY ACCOMMODATION AT THIS HOTEL which is under entirely New Management. LUNCHEONS & TEAS A SPECIALITY AT REASONABLE PRICES. LARGE TEA ROOM TO ACCOMMODATE 100. ALSO GOOD STABLING. JAMES TRUSCOTT, PROPRI ETOR. TO BE SOLD by Private Treaty or LET on Lease I the DWELLING HOUSE, GARDEN and' PREMISES, called KENSINGTON HOUSE, at present in the occupation of HERBERT J. E. PRICE. Possession on 2;>th March, 1009. For further particulars apply, PRIOE & SON, Solicitors, Haverfordwest. j _u TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. TENDERS ARE INVITED FOR THE RESTORATION OF JORDANSTON CHURCH (near Fishguard). Plans and Specification may be seen at my office, where scaled Tenders are to be delivered on or before SATURDAY, 5th JUNE, IH09. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. HUGH THOMAS, Architect and Surveyor, 9, Victoria Place, 262 Haverfordwest. I TO BE LET FROM the 24th June next, the desirable Residence and Garden, known as HIGHMEAD," Portfield Gate, Haverfordwest, with or without 7 Acres of Pasture Land. âApply, MISS SCALE, Highmead, Portfield Gate or HAHOLD J. EVANS, Solicitor, Milford Haven. 2-18 TO BE LET, WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, No. 8, VICTORIA PLACE HAVERFORDWEST. For particulars apply to- MESSRS T. RULE OWEN & SON, Estate Agents, 110 Haverfordwest. PUBLIC HEALTH ACTS AMEND- MENT ACT, 1907, SEC. 3 (2.) Advertisement of Notice of Intention of Urban Local Authority to apply to Local Government Board for Order declaring part or section of Act to be in force in District. WE, THE URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL for TT the Urban District of Milford Haven, in the County of Pembroke, HERERY GIVE PUBLIC NOTICE that we intend to apply to the Local Government Board for an Order declaring that Parts 6 and 10 of the Public Health Acts Amend- ment Act, 1907, shall be in force in the aforesaid District. Dated this 18th day of May, 1909. THOMAS H. LEWIS, Clerk to the said Local Authority. PUBLIC HEALTH ACTS AMEND- MENT ACT, 1907, SEC. 3 (2.) Advertisement of Notice of Intention of Urban Local Authority to apply to His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Home Depart- ment for Order declaring part or section of Act to be in force in District. WE, THE URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL for t V the Urban District at Milford Haven in the County of Pembroke, HEREBY GIVE PUBLIC NOTICE that we intend to apply to His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Home Depart- ment for an Order declaring that Part 8 of the Public Health Acts Amendment Act, 1907, shall be in force in the aforesaid District. Dated this 18th day of May, 1909. I THOMAS II. LEWIS, Clerk to the said Local Authority. URBAZerk;Auo;ty MILFORD HAVEN, IN THE COUNTY OF PEMBROKE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, rPHAT on Tuesday, the 29th day of June, 1909, at X 11.30 in the forenoon, application will be made to His Majesty's Justices of the Peace assembled at the Shire Hall, Haverfordwest, in Quarter Sessions in and for the County of Pembroke (wherein the said District is situate) for an order that certain footpaths wholly situate in the Parish of Milford, in the said County (and within the said District). To wit certain footpaths leading (1) from Murray Crescent to Pill (2) from Murray Crescent to a crossing over the Railway Line of the Milford Haven Dock and Rail- way Company (3) a footpath beside the hedge to the North of the said Railway Line, which said footpaths are delineated and coloured blue on the plan herein- after referred to and are of the average width of 4 feet or thereabouts and commence at a point 260 feet or thereabouts from where the said footpath and Murray Crescent aforesaid meet, which point is marked A on the said plan, and which said foot- paths extend in an eastwardly direction for 1,120 feet or thereabouts, and end at points marked B C" and R" on the said plan, having a total length of 2,260 feet or thereabouts, shall be entirely stopped up. And that the Public Highway delineated and coloured pink on the said plan, also wholly situate in the said Parish, County, and District, of the width of 45 feet or thereabouts, and jn length 1,550 feet or thereabouts, beginning at the South- East of Murray Crescent aforesaid, at or near the point marked E on the said plan, and communi- cating with Murray Road, Pill, at or near the point marked G on the said plan, across lands owned by the National Provident Institution, and also the footway delineated and coloured pink on the said plan, and wholly situate in the said Parish, County, and District, of a width of .5 feet or thereabouts, and in length 1,610 feet or thereabouts, beginning at a point marked K on the said plan, and continuing ..1:L.! in an easterly uuwuon alongside tne Doundary of the Milford Haven Dock and Railway Company's property to a point marked D on the said plan, with 4 recesses for seats on the North side thereof as shown on the said plan, and also a footpath from a point on the South side of the proposed New Road marked N to join the footpath from K to D at a point marked M on the said plan, with a width of 5 feet or thereabouts, and a length of 136 feet or thereabouts, delineated and coloured pink on the said plan, and also the footpath from points marked D to I. C on the said plan, 5 feet or thereabouts in width, and with 2 recesses for seats on the North side as shown thereon coloured pink across lands of the National Provident Institution, be substituted in lieu of the said footpaths proposed to be stopped up. And that the Certificate of two Justices having viewed the same with the plan of the said footpaths so proposed to be stopped up, and of the said High- ways so proposed to be made will be lodged with the Clerk of the Peace for the said County, on the twenty-ninth day of May, 1909, at his Office at the Shire Hall, Haverfordwest. JNO. P. MORGAN, Surveyor of the Urban District of Milford Haven. 225 URBAN DISTRICT OF MILFORD HAVEN, IN THE COUNTY OF PEMBROKE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX, ?HAT on TUESDAY, the 29th day of JrE, 1909, at A. 11.?0 in the forenoon, application will be made to His Majesty's Justices of the Peace, assembled at the Shire Hall, Haverfordwest, in Quarter Sessions, in and for the County of Pembroke (where- in the said District is situate), for an order that part of a certain Highway wholly situate in the Parish of Milford, in the said County, and within the said District, and known as Pill Lane leading from Great North Road to Pill, such part being delineated and coloured Blue on the Plan hereinafter referred to being of the average width of 12 feet or there- abouts and commencing at the point where the said Highway and the Great North Road meet, which point is marked A on the said plan and extend- ing in an eastwardly direction for 95 feet or there- abouts, on the northern side thereof, and 125 feet or thereabouts on the southern side thereof and ending at a point marked B" on the said plan, shall be entirely stopped up. And that the Public Highway delineated and coloured Pink on the said Plan also wholly situate in the said Parish, County, and District, of the width of 40 feet or thereabouts and in length 125 feet or thereabouts, beginning at the Great North Road aforesaid at or near the point marked C on the said plan and communicating with Pill Lane aforesaid at or near the point marked "D on the said plan, across lands owned by the National Provident Institution be substituted in lieu of the said part of the said Highway proposed to be stopped up. And that the Certificate of two Justices, having viewed the same with the plan of the said part of the said Highway so proposed to be stopped up, and of the said Highway so proposed to be made will be lodged with the Clerk of the Peace for the said County, on the Twenty-ninth day of May, 1909, at his Office, at the Shire Hall, Haverfordwest. Dated this 27th day of April, 1909. JNO. P. MORGAN. Surveyor of the Urban District of 226 Milford Haven. URBAN DISTRICT OF MILFORD HAVEN, IN THE COUNTY OF PEMBROKE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, rpiIA.T on TUESDAY, the 29th day of JUNE, 1909, Tat 11.30 in the forenoon, application wiU be made to His Majesty's Justices of the Peace, assembled at the Shire Hall, Haverfordwest, in Quarter Sessions, in and for the said County of Pembroke (wherein the said District is situate) for an order that a certain footpath wholly situate in the Parish of Milford, in the said County (and within the said District), to wit, parts of a certain footpath known as the Flygt, i P. ?" br ts of a certain footpath known as the Flygate foothpath leading from the "Great North Road" to Pill Road, delineated and coloured Blue on the Plan, hereinafter referred to, of the average width of 4 feet or thereabouts and commencing at a point where the said footpath and Great North Road meet, which point is marked A on the said plan, and extending in an easterly direction for 115 feet or thereabouts, to a point marked B on the said plan, and further from the point marked C on the said plan in an easterly direction for 375 feet or thereabouts, and ending at at a point marked 'D on the said plan, shall be entirely stopped up. And that the Public Highway delineated and coloured Pink on the said plan, also wholly situate in the said Parish, County, and District, of the width of 36 feet or thereabouts, be- ginning at the Great North Road aforesaid, at or near the point marked "E" on the said plan, and communicating with Pill Road aforesaid, at or near the point marked II H" on the said plan, across lands owned by the National Provident Institution, be substituted in lieu of the said parts of the said footpath proposed to be stopped up. And that the Certificate of two Justices having viewed the same with the plan of the said parts of the said Footpath so proposed to be stopped up, and of the said Highway so proposed to be made will be lodged with the Clerk of the Peace for the said County, on the twenty-niath day of May, 1909, at his Office, at the Shire Hall, Haverfordwest. Dated this 27th day of April, 1909. JNO. P. MORGAN, Surveyor of the Urban District of Milford Haven. 297 TO LET. A COMMODIOUS HOUSE, SHOP, and PREMISES, situate in BRIDGE STREET, now in the occupation of MR THOMAS ROGERS possession 24th June, 1909. Apply to- PRICE & SON, Solicitors, Haverfordwest TO LET, CORNER SHOP AND HOUSE in good g position, Milford Haven.âApply, J. WHITE, Kimberley, Milford Haven. MILFORD HAVEN. TO LET, with immediate possession, POINT VILLA, Hakin.- Apply, G. S. KELWAY, Consular Offices, Hakin Point, Milford Haven. TREVAUGHAM VILLA, HAVERFO RD WEST. TO LET, this charminET RESIDENCE with FIELD t and GARDEN, comprising 1 Acre 30 Perches. Immediate possession. Apply-C. BUTLEK, 30, Bridge Street, Haverfordwect. CORN MARKET, HAVERFORDWEST- Sale of Household Furniture and other efycets, including Dining Room Suite in Green Leather, odd Couches, | Bedsteads and Bedding, Chests of Drawers, Wash- stands aud Tables, Kitchen Furniture, etc. MR. WILLIAM JONES HAS been instructed to SELL BY AUCTION 011 SATURDAY, n the 29th day of MAY. 1909, as above. Sale to commence at 1.45 p.m. sharp. Terms-Cash. Buckingham House, Haverfordwest, May 17th, 1909. PEMBROKESHIRE. SALE OF A FREKHOLD PUBLIC- HOUSE. MR. WILLIAM JONES \"X7 ILL offer for SALE RY AUCTION at the SWAN » » HOTEL, HAVERFORDWEST, OU WEDNESDAY, the 1Cth day of Jt \R, 11)0' ,i t, three o'c l ,)(, k iii the the 16th day of .hXE, 1909, a'' three o'c?ick in the afternoon, the well-known FULLY LICENSED PUBLIC-HOUSE called THE VICTORIA INN, with the outbuildings and appurtenances thereunto belonging, situate in the parish of Itoeli, in the County of Pembtoke. The property is conveniently situate on the main road from Haverfordwest to St. David's and is within easy distance of Newgale Sands A successful business has been carried on on the I premises for many years. Possession will be given on completion of the purchase. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, Buckingham House, High Street, Haverfordwest, or to EATON EVANS & WILLIAMS, Solicitors, 266 Haverfordwest. PEMBROKESHIRE. SALE OF A SEASIDE RESIDENCE AT LITTLE HAVEN, ST. BRIDE'S BAY. By ORDER OF THE MASTERS IN LUNACY. MR. WILLIAM JONES WILL offer for SALE BY AUCTION at the SWAN HOTEL, HAVEIU-OKDWEST, on WEDNESDAY, the 16th day of JUNK, 1909, at three o'clock in the afternoon, ALL THAT DESIRABLE RESIDENCE with the Outbuildings and Gardens thereto belong- ing called STRAWBERRY HILL, situate in the parish of Talbenny, in the County of Pembroke. The above premises comprise a good residence with gardens and pleasure grounds, and afford an excellent opportunity of securing a house at this popular seaside resort. The sale will be subject to conditions which will be then read and may be inspected at the office of tne Vendor's Solicitor in the meantime. Possession on completion of the purchase. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer at his office: Buckingham House, High Street, Haver- fordwest, or to R T. P. WILLIAMS, Solicitor, 265 Haverfordwest. BOROUGH OF HAVERFORDWEST. MR. WILLIAM JONES W. ILL LET I'.V AUCTION at the COUNCIL CHAMBER, Haverfordwest, on MONDAY, the 14th day of T? NE, 11) ( the 11th day of JUNE, 1909, at Three o'clock in the afternoon the BOROUGH TOLLS, SLAUGHTER- HOUSE PICKAGE, and other DUES, and the RENTS of the BUTCHERS' STALLS in the MEAT MARKET. Term from the 1st JULY, 1909, to the 31st MAIICH, 1910, both clays inclusive. The Letting will be subject to the taker finding two sureties to be approved of by the Council. For further particulars apply to- R T. P. WILLIAMS, Council Chamber, Town Clerk. 25th May, 19(19. 2(54 i www MO E o L t d. THIS NAME on a Watch is the HALL-MARK of RELIABILITY It means that the materials and work- manship used in its construction are the Best Obtainable regardless of cost that the Watches carrying it are made by J. W. BENSON, Ltd. It appears only on BENSON'S WATCHES RENOWNED as the MOST RELIABLE IN THE WORLD. They are made in Gold and Silver, all patterns of Cases, for Ladies or Gentlemen. 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Apply office of this paper. RANTED TWO APPRENTICES to the Tailoring.- V V LKWIS, Castle Square. A PPREXTICE.- Wanted, respectable APPRENTICE to the Iroumonery Trade.-S. & F. GREEN, Haver- loiclwpst. 9-2 BAKj-.R wants work in Haverfordwest or district. B Fitst-class experience all branches.â" W," office cf this paper. n_" d"_ pLERK.- Wanted, JUNIOR CLERK; must be C, thoroughly efficient and good writer.-Reply with full particulars, OfHce," o this paper. 251 \A/?? ?' for Offices in Victoria Piace, A CARE- Om? ??"3-?'?,PP'y statiug particulars to W," Office of i this paper. 6 3 i Y- }(:G GENERAL wanted for London doctor's I house small family Httle cooking Pembrokeshire nursc-housemaid. MRS MCHATTIE, 619, Holloway Road, London. ^LATLY' a YOUNG LADY W ArrRENriCEtotheFan=yG?odsDep?y -App y, W ir.LiAM & T. H. JOES, Buckinham House, Ha veriord west. IF you want a PIANO or ORGAN, do not be per- suaded by any interested person to purchase until you have ascertained the extraordinary value we are offering. You will save many pounds, be most liberally treated, and get the easiest posible terms by purchasing from us. DUCK, SON, & PINKER, The Great Piano Merchants, Pulteuey Bridge, Bath, and at jjristo1. Catalogue and Book of Advice free.- Onr T.jaers visit, at regular intervals, all parts of South ti,os. oeud postcard and Tuner will call. 403 YACHT FOR SAL-r, -Stearn and Sail; Length, 08ft I Engines, compound condensing. A Bargain, owner has ii,) ftit-tbc- use for fier.-Price and further details on application to W. JEXKi?s & Soxs, Docks, Milford Haven. .,9g 1-1?iveli. FOR SALE. "0-11)!OT)IOT-S DI?ELLI.NG HOUSE-Freehold, U Mi'ford Haven. Comprising Five Bedrooms and By athroom Fitted throughout with latest improvements Gas Realy for oecnpation.-Apply FRED LLOYD &: CO., Builders, Milford Haven. PEMBROKESHIRE, SOUTH WALES. TO BE LET STONE HALL MANSION, with Grounds and Gardens (5 acres), and Paddock (2 acres).  'mS?v over .>00 acres (,?)0 acres Coverts), Fishing, I miles River Cleddau. Hunting with the Pembrokeshire and other pack of Fox Hounas. The house contains 4 Reception, and 10 Bed and ?h?'? Unarm, Servants' Hall and Offices, Stabling ?horses), Coach House, Carpenter's Shop, &c The above is situated nine miles North of Haverford- west (Market and G.W.R. Station), two miles from Letterston (Post and Telegraph Office and G.W.R. Station), and eight miles from Goodwick (the short new London to Ireland, and the Fast Trdin-Se"ice to London), All further information from MESSES. T. RULE OWEN & SON, Estate Agents, Haverfordwest. TO LET Casfio Hall, near Milford Haven. THIS desirable country residence, standing in about < L acres of well wooded grounds is beautifully situated near the shores of Milford Haven. The house is most commodious and comfortable, contain- ing Large Entrance Hall, 3 spacious Reception Rooms and Library, all opening on to the Terrace; also Billiard Loom, 12 Bedrooms, 3.Dressing Rooms, Bath Room% Modern Sanitation, Kitchen, Servants Hall, Butler's Pantry, Scullery, Housemaid's Pantry, Store Rooms, ete. The house is heated by hot water. There is an abundant water supply of excellent quality. At the rear of the premises are situated: Dairv Laundry extensive Stabling, Coach House, Cow Houses, etc,. A handsome conservatory is adjacent to the main entrance door. The gardens are well laid out, and con- tain V mery, Tennis Court, etc., Gardener's House, Boat House and Cottage. A good lodge is situated at either entrance to the ground. Excellent yachting and sea fishing 3! miles from Old Milford Station and Telegraph. U miles from Johnston Station on Main Line Great Western Railway. 50 Acres of additional Pasture Land adjoining the grounds could be let with the Hall if desired, or other- For particulars, J. B. GASKELL, Milford Haven PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS SITUATIONS VACANT AND WANTED. One Insertion. Three Insertion 8. d. a. d. 15 Words or less.. 0 9 13 20 do.10 19 25 do.13 2 3 30 do.16 2 9 Particular attention is called to the fact that the above cale only applies to Situations Vacant and Wanted

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