7 STRAM COMMUNICATION WITH THB SOUTIJ OF IRELAND, VitNew Milford ("Milford Haven) Water fori DAILY SBRVION-SUNDAYB EXCEPTED. 'AHiS Milford Haven and Waterford Steam Ship Company's *• Royal Mail Steamers will sail (wind and weather pea> T MILFORD HAVEN & WATERFORD. New Milford, 7.5 p.m.,on | From Waterford, 3.15 p.m,on **JVftl of the 9.15 a m. express | arrival of the train from Cork, a.m. third class trains, | Limerick, &c, so as to enable &8 to enable passengers to passengers to proceed byijio £ *°ceed by the 6 a.m. train to ,9.0 a.m. express train, reaching ■"■toerick, Cork, fee. | London about 6 p.m. For further particulars apply at any of the Railway Statio» > j.r 01 A essvs Jackson & Co, New Milford, South Wales. See Railway Guide andTirae Table
PEMBROKESHIRE AND HAVERFORDWEST INFIRMARY. CONTRIBUTIONS 1865. rrllE Honorary Secretaries beg most gratefully to acUnowled-RE the receipt of the following sums, would at the same time respectfully URGE npon the ATTENTION of those Clergymen and Dissenting Ministers J1 THE county, who have not yet made collectiDiis in of THIS institution for the prespnt year, the and many claims which it has on their sympathy support. £ s. d. e £ erston Chureb, collection per Rev. J. D. VJ PALMER 2 2 0 RW!crochan Church, Offertory, per Rev. uV,wen C.S. Lane 1 1 0' ^thesda Baptist Chapel, Haverfordwest, ditto P^r Revs. Tl«&l)avies, D.D., and'Thomas v.-8uruiitt, M.IPF!V .••• • S B 6 P°N%tion frUMc fLrtmt. ROGERS, R.N., Newport 1 0 0 RRoceeds of collection at. reading of Little v.Dombey,' by John Pavin Phillips, Esq -7 17 9 INFLATION by Rev. Ootavius Leach, Hubberston 0 10 0 jHto from a Friend 0 5 C 5EADIN> and Reciting Society 2 17 0 JS?°CEEDS of Concert at Shirehftll. 37 1 1 ''TRI'OF Collection after N Lecture by Mr.Thos. "Jordan, of Llanelly, at the Tabernacle D ethodist Chapel, Newport. 10 0 Ration from T. H. Davies, Esq., H^gh- Cnii his Rharo Portfield Rents 2 *0 0 WI'ON 'N Lshmael's Church, per Rev. SAUNDTS. 2 13 0 ^)A'E CHURCH, PER DITTO 2 0 0 F° IN ROCH CHURCH, PER REV. YV. M. D. BER- DLTTNPTON 1 2 3 V. TO IN NOLTON CHURCH, PER DITTO 0 14 0 nation, A Friend to the INFIRMARY 0 10 0
HAVERFORD\VEST GRAMMAR SCHOOL. LI8T OP CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE LIBRARY FUND. £ 8. D. "• H. SCOURFIELD, ESQ., M.P.10 0 0 REV J. H. A. PHILIPPS, M.A.. 6 0 0 Hon. Capt. W Rdwardea. 5 0 0 J D. Brown, Esq. 2 2 0 John Lloyd, Esq 2 2 0 W. DAVIES, ESQ 330 T. Rowlands, Esq 1 1 0 Rev. W. B. ROWLANDS, M.A.110 MRS W. B. ROWLANDS. 1 0 0 Rev. J. B. ROWLANDS, B.A. 100 J. MARYCHUROH, ESQ 110 HENRY DAVIES, E<q. 1 0 0 G. L. Owen, ESQ 10 0 H. P. G IODE, Esq 1 1 0 R. WILLIAMS, Exq 1 0 0 R. Harvey, ESQ 110 J. HARVEY, ESQ 1 1 0 Mr P. P. Ellis 1 10 oJ. W. Phillips, ESQ 1 1 0 Mr E. J. POTTER 1 P 0 MR T. WHICHER DAVIES 110 T. R. OWEN, ESQ I 1 0 MRW. LLOVD. 1 0 0 Mr J. WNRR 1 1 0 Mr G. Palmer. 1 0 0 Mr W. WILLIAMS. 1 0 0 W. Jubn. ESQ. 110 RevT. Horn, M.A. 0 10 0 MrW. Hood. 0 10 0 MR W. II.REES 0 10 0 MR BLETHYN 0 10 0 MR T. J. WHITE 0 10 6 Mr C. SIIES 0 10 6 Mr J. PHILLIPS 0 10 6 Mr S. GREEN 0 10 0 MR T. WILLIAMS "'0 10 0 MR JAMES PHILLIPS ^0 5 0 MR JOHN PHILLIPS 0 5 0 MRW. Phillips, 0 5 0 Messrs Gieenish and DTWKINS.. 0 10 0 MESSRS R. JAMES and Sun 11 0 T. H. WIL«ON, ESQ., 0 10 0 MrJuhnBrown 0 10 0 RIGHT HON. EARL OF CAWDOR 5 0 o J- L. G. P. L'WIS, ESQ. I O O A FRIEND, PER REV. 9. 0. MEARE# 15 0 SHONE, ESQ 1 1 0 T. RANDLA, ESQ. I 1 0 W.Rand)e,Eaq. 1 1 REV. JAMES THOM»(, M.4. 1 1 0 A LADY.FER REV.W.B.ROWLANDS 1 0 0 W. WILLIAMS, ESQ 1 1 0 HENRY PHILLIPS, ESQ. 0 10 0 MR G. N. HASSELL 0 10 0 MR NICHOLAS 0 10 0 Mr WLIewe!lin. 0 5 0 JAMES HIGGON, ESQ 2 0 0 MR. THOMAS BAKER 0 10 6 W• REES, ESQ 1 1 0 EDWARDCS, ESQ 1 1 0 AN«>N PER REV. W. B. ROW- R JANDS 1 0 0 J-WATTS, ESQ 1 0 0 T. MASSY, ESQ 2 2 0 LORT PHILLIPS, ESQ., M.P 5 0 0 A. P. Phillips, Feq 1 1 0 F BEYNON, E.q 0] 0 0 I*RS H. ACKLAND 0. 5 0 AMCG SUMMERS, E*Q 1 L O Y. WALTER ESQ 1 1 0 1 AVIN DAVIES, EI?Q 1 10 *>•». F. FOSTER 0 10 0 -E. E»ans, E»q., a present of books. 2VJEV; <J'" H. Harhana, a present of Kooks. 'R SAUNDERS '0 10 6 1 0 0 .JRO,BBON.. 0 5 0 NEV C- H. BURBAM 1 1 0 L-,EV CANON THOMAS 10 0 N2RA ROBERTS, ESQ. 110 T C°0TRIRID DAVIES* 110 HEVUVV°N?>WI*' RECEIVE(I BY the Honorary Secre- JOKGR,IN>TN^ O LWEN ROWLANDS, M.A., Head Master of H^C.H00L« AND THE Hon. Treasurer, Mr TS'H'gh-atmt, n»vCrfordwest>
T- WHICHER DAVIES, WHOLESALE CORN, FLOUR, CHEESE, PORTER, & SEED MERCHANT, RESPECTFULLY returns thanks to his numerous Agricultural and other friends for the annually increasing _\I patronage accorded to him, and at the same time T. W. D., in soliciting future favours, pledges himself to supply his customers with Goods of the most Genuine Quality on reasonable terms. Just imported, a Cargo of A. L. L S O P P'S I3 A.' L B A L E, WANDER'S CELEBRATED DUBLIN STOUT, Also, a Cargo of Burnard, Lack, & Co's., of Plymonth, CONCENTRATED SUPEEPHOSPHATE OF LIME. This Manure has stood the practical test of Field Trials for many years with pre-eminent success. I DUTY OFF TEA ALL TEAS REDUCED'SE'VENPENCE PER POUND, AT P. P. ELLIS'S t GROCEET EST A_ B LI SUM EN T. HIGH-STREET, HAYERFORDWEST. GOSTYNGIAD YN MURIS YTEA Y MAE TEA 0 BOB MATH WEDI EI OSTWNG SAITH CEIKIOG YN Y PWYS GYDA. i3- p. E L L I S, H E 0 L /F A W B, H W L F V O R D D. I ■■ ■ m iiimi mil ■■■■■■mannBHBMaaaaaanBn^ « "PU,RITY & EXCELLENCE OF QUALITY" 1 Aml 4 POIP 7.4 1? 15 ag R K BUL, S HFAD AT \t ro »8«»- Mas. L TRBIR GEHUINE AN» DOUBLE SUPERFINEARCTHE QUALITIES PARTICVLABLTREOOBWENOEO FOR FAMILY USE. RETAILED IN EVERY TOWN THROUGHOUT THE UNITED KINGDOM. ú:?, <=*2%7?u/c-n £
NEYLAND NEW CHURCH. C o M M I T T B F. The Rev. J. H. A. Philipps, M.A., Picton Custle. G Lort PiiiUip*. Esq, M I' LIWUIMJ' LVIK, Cnptain Jackson, Neylantl Huuse. The Rev. James Alien, M.A Cantlemartin. The Kev. Joseph Tombs, Burton. The Rey. Peter Phelps, Llanstadwell. AT the Census of 1851 the population of the parish was 90.5; by the year 1861 IT HAD increased to 1745 and at the present time it is estimated at 2,000 So rapid an increase of people, almost twofold in ten years, calls for immediate increa-e of Church accom- modation. Something has already been done: the Church h",s been lately restored, and in the yelf 181;3. south aisle for eighty additional worshippers wns added, and its well-filled seats testify that it was not added need- lessly. But the population has increased principally at the eiistern side of the parish, at Neylandand Honeyboroui'H, where quite a new town has arisen. At present Divine service is held in the New Schoolroom, at doneyborongh. twice a week, on Sunday and Wednesday. But a Church is mpch needed, and will be built as'soon as £ 1,400 car be raised. Contributions towards this Church are e, rnestlv soli cited, and will be thankfully received. Mem> Walters and Messrs Wilkins & Co., of LLNVER' fordwest, have kindly promised to receive subscripti lOti. eUBSCHIFTIQNe ALRBADY PROMISE. X 8. d The Rev. J. H. A. Philipps, M.A 410 0 0 Also the Site, valu« 110 0 0 Captain Jaek"on, Ney)tnd 2ot) 0 (I Cllpt. Mason, R.N. 110 Rev. O. T. Phillips, Lawrency 1 1 f) Rev. James Allen, Cfcsilemfcrtin 10 (I ? G. Lort Phillips,;E»q, M.P., LFCWMRNY l'urk. 10U 0 0 The.Lord Bishop of St. David's. 2t) 0 6 The Re? Canon I'hnrrits, Steynton l; 0 0 Mr. J. O. Garlick 1 1 0
STEAM COMHUNICATION LIVERPOOL, MILFORD, SWANSEA, & BRISTOL For the Month of OCTOBER, 1865. The Liverpool and Briitol Channel Steam Navigation Company's1 Steam Ships Sovereign, Capt, W. Adtmt. I ASNIK VnRNO^jCapt. Gii'bs MONTAOU, Capt Claike J.KKNNKIJY, Cuvit.. Roul ton AaTiZiN, Capt. Hnifhan Wixu*»arKK.a, Capt..). Barrett JTLKLENA, Capt. Barrett. Tuo**s rowuL?,Capt.C( dins JANF. B.coir, Capt. Speakman SWANSEA.S50 Tons The above, or some other nuitable vessel, is inteaded to-ia; with. Goods and Pa^soifprs, (uileaspreventedby any unforeseen jecnrrenct) as follows, with or without pilots, and liberty to tow vcssels õ- t)r&m Lwtrpool to Milford a,id Bristol. Lauding passengers for SWANSEA, at the Mumbles, (weathtt permitting.) Saturday, Oct. 7 10J morn Saturday 21 lOjniorn Saturday. 14 fl even | Saturday 28 H after Frrnti Milford far Briitol. Landing Pastfeagei»for 3W«nsea at the Mamb'.tf feather permitting) Sunday Oct. 8 5 morn j Sunday 22 5 morn Sunday ,13 12 morn Sunday 29 .10 morn F'rtxtb StCHford for Liverpool, aeturnimg from Brititol every Tuesday, and from Swansea every Wednesday. Wedne>iAay 0«t. 4 10 night We'due»day 18 10 night Wedn«adaT U 5 alter | Wednesday 35 2 after Wednesday, November let, 9 o'clock night. r A BIS (Return tiekets available for two voyages.) Cabin. Deck. Return Vlilf jrd to or from Liverpool 13s Od 78 Od 18t Milford to or from Hriatol 88 6d 7s Od 13. Milford to or from Swansea (Mumbles) is Od 3s Cd -0 Passenyers are landed and embarked at Milford (weather per- mittinjt) free otefcarge in the Steam Tender GIPSY. For turtner particulars see small bill, or apply to John Bacot and Co., Managing Owners, 14, Water-street, Liverpool; G. I,. Evans, Bristol; Charles Lamb, Swansea; John Kenworthy an I So., Manchester. R. D. IIOE.E, AGENT, MIW"
TO FARM'-HS. HUTCH KRIS, GENERAL DEALERS, AND OTHERS. MESSRS. HOWARD & Co., MEAT, BUTTFR, POULTRY, RABBITS, GAMH, FISH, 11 IDE", SKINS, AND WOOL SALBSMBN, 25, PalNCJi'S RQW, .NEWPORT MARKET, L O N D 0 N, BEG to solicit, consignments of the above, and to assure those who may please to give them atrial that the b» st shall be done fortheir interest. Charge for selling, OJ. in the Pound. Accounts and Cash through Bankers sent daily. Advise by post each consignment. BENSON'S WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY." SILVER, and ELECTRO PLATE.—J W B<-nsdr., Lud^ate Hill, London, E.C. (Established 1749), Watch and Clock Maker by Warrant of Appointment to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, has fitted up extensive,Workshops with steam machinery tor tae pioduet;on of Clocks and Time-pitces of every description. WATCHES adapted for every class, climate, and-country, Wholesale and Retail. Chronomoiers, Duplex, Leveri., Horizontal, Repeating, Centre Seconds, Keyless, and Chronographs, at 10s, to 200 Guineas. CLOCKS; Drawinp, Ditiiny, and liedr«oB, Bracket, Carriage, Church, Turret, Stable, or Officc, at £ 1 Is to 1,000 Guineas. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS "The mcrcmentfe an of the finest quality which the art of borolpgy it at present capable of producing. Illustrated LondortNewI November 8, 1862. Some of them are of (freM beauty; and if the English watch-trade only follow up with the same spirit and success this first attempt to compete with foreigners in decorative watches, there seeroa to bit no reason why we should not get the trade entirely into our own hands. Timts, June 23, 1862., BENSON'S 4-OUIKRA LONDON-MADE Patent Lever Watch, Capped and Jewelled, strong Silver Cases, ruade in foursffces, from l j to 2 inches in diameter. Thie watch is suitable for everybody, and is without doubt the beat, cheapest, and most accurate Watc; manufactured in thin country. BENSON'S C2 10s. HORIZONTAL WATCH, J?welled, &c., strong Silver OA-es 11 to 2 inches in dit'xeter, a sound and useful witch. BENSON'S 5-GUINEA LADY'S GOLD WATCH, H irizonta! movement, Jewelled in four holes, and all ttit Lltt) improvements, combined with a rich artistically engraved case and dial, making it it model of elegance. BENSON'S 6 GUINEA GENTLEMAN'S GOLD WATCH, Horizontal Movement, Jewelled In four holes, and all the late improvements, with a pure white enamelled dial and elegantly engraved or engine-turned CMC. 20,000 OTHKR WATCHES in stock, for prices of which see the pawiphlet The above Watches' ♦re sent Ire. and safe by post to all parts of inland, Scotland, Wales, or Ireland. It to ltidift or the Colonies 6s, each extrt. I A PHOFUSELY ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLET. of Wa'ches, Clocks, and Chains, descriptive of evi-rj. construction of Watch made, with their prices, po#t free for 2 Stamps, from which buyers can seloct. Also a catalogue of Silver and Etcctro Plate, containing 300 illustration' post free for 6 stamps. J. W. Herisoi kar of the Great Clock for the Exhi- bition, I862, R V. ChT' ^ogreph Dial, by which wns timed • Tl-e ;> .>f 1862, If>63, 1864, and 186 prize • d-it !»t, < 1 •• •"<' Honourable Mention, Ci 5 15 r LUDGATE HILL, LONDON. j
AVERFORDWEST POSTAL REGULATIONS Pestmaster-MR BKTANT EVEKIS. UP MAIL TO LONDON. Box Closes Late letters with addi- Departure of A.24 p.m. tionalstamp, 5.5. | Mail 5.15 p.m. OP MAIL TO THEKOBTH. .9 iX Closes I Late tetters with addi-I Departing of iM5.a.m. tionalstamp, 11.10 | Mail 11.27 a. m. JJ^FSBOWN MAIL TO PEMBKOKE, PBMBHOKE-DOCK, MILFORD 4NB IKELAMD. ilox Closes | Late letters with addi- I Departure of 9.59 p.m. tional stamp, 16 p.m. Mail 6 a.m. WS"K)NI> DOWS MAIL TO PRMBROKE, ftc., &C., AND IRELAND. BJX Closes j Late letters with addi- Departure of 1120 p.m. tional stamp, 1.30. j Mail 1. 35 p.m. London Down Mail arrives 6.35 a. w,. Letters delivered 7.55 a.m. .North Down Mailarrives 1.50 p.m. Letters delivered 2.'0 p.m. First Up Mail from Milford, &c.,arrivee 11.35 a.m. Lettersdelirered 8.30 p.m. Second UpMail from Milford,&c,arrives 5.80 p.m. Letter8 delivered S.O p.m. The public are recommended when applying for Money Order", to use printed I Application Forms,' which save tiiiie, and afford greater security than verbal messages against mistakes. These forms are supplied gratuitously at all offices to any one requiring money orders The commission on inland money orders is as follows: On sume not EXCEEDING .£2. SD. ABOVE £ 2 DO do £ 5 6D. „ £ 5 do do £, Pd. „ £ 7 do do £ 10 „• Is. The commission on Money Ordcrll p..yable inC:madn, Cape of @ocd Hope, New South Wales, New Zealand,' Queensland. Australia is fourfold these bums, and on Money Orders payable at Gibraltar or Malta threefold. No single order ean be granted for more than JEla. A letter, book, or other packet, on which the postage has been prepaid in stamps, can be registered to any part of the United Kingdom for a fee of fourpence. All letters posted containing coin are now taxed with the reduced registration of 4d, and an additiona fine of id.
HAVERFORDWEST RIFLE VOLUNTEERS. DRILL INSTRUCTOR—SKKOEANT-MAJOH RKID. Drills for the week commencing November 6, 1865. h k! I -a 1 1 § 1 g S « 3 !2 3 H > EH H & P M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P..M P.M. Squad Drill ?.SO TargetPract!ee. Judging Distance Position Drill Aiming Drill Battalion Drill General Muster 8 Blank Filing Target Practice 4 4 4 4 Band Practice 8 8 Orderly Non-comm ssioned Sergeant J. Thomas, Corporals H. Andrews, and W. James. Orderly Bugler, W Codd. (Signed) X. PEEL, Lieut.-Colorel, Commanding lat Administrative Battalion. Pembrokeshire Rifle Volunteers.
MR. JAMES RIBBON, PIANO-FORTE, VIOLIN, AND VIOLONCELLO TRACHEa Piane-Fortes Tutted. RESIDENCE ST TTIOMAS-STH.EET, H A VERFQKDWFTTT THE GRAND PROMOTERS OF HEALTH. PILLS. fTMIE grand secret of attaining happiness is to sccure JL good health, without which life is stripped of all its pleasures. The first irregularity of any function should be checked and set right by an appropriate dose of these fine purifying f-'iils. which -frenpthen the system by thoroughly clpansirg the Mood from all impuiines. They balance disordered action, remove the cause of disturbance, and restore its nortnal aid natural power to every orgfin, without inconvenience, pain, or ar.y other drawback. Determination of Blood to the Head. This is generally occasioned by some irregulf rity 0* the IItomae, and bowels, which if not quickiv attend t to, frequently tensilities fatally1, A few dfeesof ut-se famous Pill, nev, r taiito give tone to th? f-^omach, regu- larity to th* secretions, and purity to the flvids, W-rti^o, flimm ss of sight, and other indientions OJ approaching apoplexy, are entirely dissipated by a coarse of this admirable medicine. Scrofula and nil Skin Diseases. For nil skin difea«es, however inveterate, Jbere rnedj- eines are a sovereign remedy. While the Fills t:t"cpon the blood, which they purify, the Ointment pusses through the pores of the -kin, «rd cleatisen every stinc- ture, as water saturates the is salt penetra'e* nuat. The whole physics! n.achmfry is thus rendered hel.1thy regnlur, and vicoro'is. Coughs, Colds, and Asthmas. No meciicin* will cure co'ds of lony dunition. rr sut.h a* are s-tiled upon the ehest-so quickly as these fiV:.jous Pills. Even in ea'-cs wln re the firsst stage of asthma has appeared, the<« Pil's msv be relied On as a. cutuin alld never-failing remedy, particularly if the ointment be simultaneously well rubbed into the chest and throat night and morning. Indigestion.— Bilious Headache. These cnmp!!Jh!!s are sometimes ccmifh n d trifiinsr. but it should be borne in mind that, by inaUentio" ai:d nr«- 1"et, they often end most seriously. Give early thought to a stomach, take Ho; low ay's Pil's, rub his eelebratert t.lintmei;t over the pit of the «.b,m'<i,h, end you will shortly pt rceive a change for the bet'er in ynnr ,Te digestion, spirits, appetite, strength, and energy. The Improvement, though it may be gradual, will be thorough and lasting. Uolloway's Fills are the best remedy inov-i) in t?te world for the follotciny dixmxts • 11 1.7 Agufi Dropsy Liver com- Ticdculoureux Asthma Dysentery plaint* Tumours Bilious com- Erysi-vta's Lumbago Vi'-ers plaints Femaiiurregu- Piles Venerealaffee* Blotches on lar.ties HheuTnatif-m tions the skin Fevetr. of all Hetention of Worm# of al Bowel com- binds mine kinds plaints Fits Sciofuia, or Weakness, the skin Fevetr. of all Hetention of WormH of al Bowel com- binds ) mine kinds plaints Fits Sciofuia, or Weakness, Colics Gout rune's Kvil fx-oni what- Constipaticnof Head-ache Sore throats ever cause, the bowels Indigestion Stonefe Gravel &c,&c. Consumption lnftammation Secondary Debihtv Jaundicc symptoins Of PROPP»SOP. HOUOWAT, 244 Strand (near Temple Bar,1 Lonr: a!«o by all respectable ip world ai the following: pn«'> :-ls lid, 2s 9d, 4s. r,<-t ug,S2s, and 31s each box. •■•There is a con«idcrablesaving by tatiinjr the larret sip.en. N.B.-D'rcctiouL lo,. ",C- o. arc athxed to e.icii Hex. — liolloway's Fills and Ointment can be bad of all Chemists ug; win Weish Du-cttions, wituout cxtr.- "B«icse.