MILFORD BREWERY. L1ARMERS and others can be supplied with good X? Harvest Beer at lOd- per gallon, in quantities of not less than 4$gallons. A reduction of 2d per gallon to those taking it away in their OWN CASKS, and paying cash. Fresh yeast at all times. STARBUCK & CO. DENTISTRY. MR E. L. JONES (of the Firm H. M. Jones & Son, Surgeon-Dentists, M.C.D.E., 19, Northampton Place, Swansea—Established 1809) attends TENBY- The last consecutive Tuesday and Wednesday in each month, at Mr J. M. Henton's, 5 & 6, High-street, from Ten to Five o'clock. Next visits July 28th & 29th; August 25th & 26th. H AVEBFORDWEST—The last Thursday, at Mr Wm. Griffith's, Bootmaker, High Street, from Ten to Five O'clock. Next visits July 30th August 27th. PEMBROKE DOCK-The last Friday, at Mr Wm. Cook's, Bush Street, from Ten to Five o'clock. Next visits July 31st, August 28th. Artificial Teeth upon the newest and most approved principles. Children's Teeth simply, but successfully regulated. Operations performed without pain, by a New and Safe System. One of the Firm Daily in attendance. A VACANCY FOR A PUPIL. 19, Northampton Place, Swansea. STEAM COMMUNICATION WITH THE SOUTH OF IRELAND. rPHE New Milford (Milford Haven) and Waterford X Daily Service (Sundays excepted). The Milford Haven and Waterford Steam Ship Com- pany's Royal Mail Steamers will sail, weather per- mitting— FROM NEW MILFORD, At 7.45 p.m, on arrival of the 9 15 a.m. Express, and 6.0 a-W, third class trains, so as to enable passengers to Proceed by the 6.0 a.m. train to Limerick, Cork, &c. FROM WATERFORD, At 8.30 p.m,on arrival of the train from Cork,Limerick,&c 80 as to enable passengers to proceed by the 8.35 a.m, first and second class Express train, reaching London about 6.0 p.m, and third class, arriving in London at 9,45 p.m. For further particulars apply to any of the Railway Stations, or to Messrs Jackson & Co, New Milford, South tyftles. See Bradshaw's and Irish Guides, and Railw^ Time Tables. STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN LIVERPOOL, MILFORD, SWANSEA, & BRISTOL For the Month of AUGUST, 1868. The Liverpooland BristolChannel Steam. NavigationComrllny's O Steam Ships Capt, Gibba W'INDKRMEUK,Capt. J.Barrett ■^ONTAQU, Capt Speakman AKNIKVEKK o J.- C ap t.Roulston BACON, Capt. Old. J. KENNEDY, Qapt. Welsh ^RTIZA.N, Capt. Tallan. AGNES JACK, Capt. Monis ^EWELLYN, Capt. Beckett the above or some ottiev suitable vessel, is intended to sa *ith Goods and Passengers, (unless prevented by any unforeseen J^IRRENCC) as follows, with or without pilots, and liberty to vessels From Liverpool to Milford and Bristol. ENDING passengers for SWANSEA, at the Mumbles (weather S permitting.) « £ TTIRDAY AUG 1. 8 even Saturday 15 7 even "^TTRAAY 8 12 noon I Saturday 22 12 noon Saturday, August 29th, 7 a o'clock evening. From Milford Jor Bristol. ^HdingPassengersfor Swansea at the Iaumbl e F (weather « permitting) JUIDAY Aug 2 1 after Sunday 16 12 noon ^AY. 9 ••• 5 morn Sunday 23 5 morn Sunday, August 30th, 12 o clock noon. From Milford jor Liverpool. ^ingfromBristolevery Tuesday, and from Swanseaevery V Wednesday. TY^ESDAY Aug 5. 6 morn Wednesday 19 S morn TUESDAY 12. 10 after Wednesday 26 10 after FAKES:— (Return tickets available for two voyages.) j». Cabin. Deck. Return Mile to or from Liverpool 13s Od 7 s Od 8s SHI, RD to or from Bristol 8S 6d 7s Od L £ s T° OR from Swansea (Mumbles) 5S Od 3s Od — are landed and embarked at Milford (weather per- U^ITTING) tree ot. charge in the Steam Tender GIPSY. 5, turther particulars see small bill, or apply to John Bacon "o., Managing Owners, 14, Water-Btreet, Liverpool; G. H. NAHS, Bristol; Charles Lamb, Swansea; Jolir Kenworthy and '« Manchester. „ R. D. HORE, AOBRT* MILFOHD. ^ROWN and POLSON'S CORN FLOUR, FOR Children's Diet. }^ftO^VN~and POLSON'S CORN FLOUR FOR the uses to which the best Arrowroot is applicable. ROWN and POLSON'S CORN FLOUR BOILED WITH MILK, FOR BREAKFAST. HOWN and POLSON'S CORN FLOUR.: BOILED WITH MILK, FOR SUPPER. WN and POLSON'S CORN FLOUR,' TO THICKEN SOUPS. Ij^OWNand POLSON'S CORN FLOUR, TO THICKEN SAUCES. WN and POLSON'S CORN FLOUR, TO THICKEN BEEF TEA. ^°WNand POLSON'S CORN FLOUR, X^FOR BLANCMANGE. °^N and POLSON'S CORN FLOUR, jNt CAUTrON—To obtain extra profit by the sale, ^Of1'1*68 ar6 sometimes audaciously substituted BROWN and IIQL$OliS. VISITORS TO HAVERFORDWEST, AND OTHERS WHO WISH TO EXPEND THEIR MONEY TO THE BEST ADVANTAGE ARE RESPECTFULLY INVITED TO OALL AT P. P. ELLIS'S GROCERY ESTABLISHMENT, HIGH-STREET, HAVERFORDWEST, WHERE they can select goods of choice quality, at suitable prices to meet their requirements. The Teas VT and Coffees now on sale are unusually good. Reduced Prices charged on quantities. Orders by letter have particular attention PLEASE OBSERVE-LOWER. DOOR FOR RETAIL DEPARTMENT. ESTABLISHED 1812. H. cSc T. PROCTOR, Invite the attention of Agriculturists to their SPECIAL BONE MANUKES, Which are of a superior quality, and the most economical that can be used. PROCTOR'S TURNIP MANURE I PROCTOR'S WHEAT MANURE PROCTOR'S MANGOLD MANURE PROCTOR'S BARLEY MANURE PROCTOR'S POTATO MANURE I PROCTOR'S GRASS MANURE BO^NLE STJJPJERPJEEOSPHTATJE OF LIME. FULL PARTICULARS SENT FREE BY POST ON APPLICATON TO MESSRS. PROCTOR, OR THEIR AGENTS. ADDRESS,—H. AND T. PROCTOR, AETIFICIAL MANTJKE WOEKS, CATHAY, BRISTOL. WORKS,-BIRMIKGHAM, CHESTER, WARWICK, AND BRISTOL. A G ENTS- Mr W. VAUGHAN, Fishguard i Mr JOHN N. EVANS, Aberayron Mr D. P. SAER. Seedsman, Pembroke Dock Mr C. MORGAN, Liandewi-brefl Mr T PARKER, Cardigan ) Messrs. DAVIES BROTHERS, Drefach, Llanybyther PRIZES OPEN TO THE AGRICULTURALISTS OF WALES. T WHIGHER DAVIES BEGS TO ANNOUNCE THAT HE HAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE CARGO OF BURNARD. LACK, & CCS. CELEBRATED MANURES which are unequalled for high agricultural value, and which during the past year have carried off the principa prizes at the leading public competitions in England. These Manures, which consist of the COR NAN D ROOT MANURE AND DISSOLVED BONE MANURE, have been received in excellent condition, and are now ready for immediate delivery, at moderate rates for cash. T. W. D. begs to state that he intends offering TWO VALUABLE SILVER CUPS for competition by the Purchasers of the Manures sold by him. These Prizes will be given for the best Crops of Swede Turnips grown in pieces of not less than five acres in extent. The Cups have been purchased at first hand in one of the principal manufacturing establishments in the Kingdom FIRST PRIZE, value. jElO 10s. SECOND Ditto, value X6 Os. 0 A constant supply of the Manures will be kept at North flail, St Ishmaels, as well as at the Warehouses in Haverfordwest. Deliveries to the Railway Station free of charge. AGRICUL TU^R .A. L SEEDS of all kinds on Sale, and warranted to be of the best quality. TEA So supplied wholesale and to families, in chests, half-chests, and 201b caddies, not to be surpasssed by any house in the trade. ENGLISH ALES & IRISH PORTEES OF THE FINEST FLAVOUR. BEST WILTSHIRE AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE FLOUR, PURE AND UNADULTERATED. CURES AND COMFORT FOR THE BEDRIDDEN BY HOLLOWAY S OINTMENT. THIS wonderful Ointment acts like magic in relieving and curing old sores, wounds, bad legs, ulcers, and eruptions of the skin; when rubbed on the surface it penetrates and purifies each tissue on its passage, and exerts the most wholesome influence over the internal structures. It heals by cleansing all animal fluids with which it comes in contact, and thereby promotes a sound and permanent care. Gout and Rheumatism. To sufferers from the racking pains of Rheumatism and Gout this Ointment will prove invaluable. After fomentation with warm water the soothing action of this Ointment is most remarkable; it seems at once to lessen inflammation, ease pain, reduce the swelling, restore natural circulation, and expels the disease. For the above complaints Holloway's Ointment and Pills are in- valuable specifics. Diptheria I Brorothitis, Sore Throats, Coughs, and Colds. This class of diseases maybe cured by well rubbing the Ointment, three times a day, upon the throat, chest, and back of the patient. It will soon penetrate and give immediate relief. In all stages of Influenza, COlds, and Bronchitis, this treatment may be followed with effi. eiency and safety-indeed it has never been known to tail. .All Varieties of Skin Diseases, Scrofula, and Scurvy. 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I TO THE INDEPENDENT ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY OF PEMBROKE. GENTLEMEN, Although the Dissolution of Par- liamer.t will not take place until nearly the close of the year, still the regretted announcements of the intended Resignation of your present esteemed Member, Mr Bowen, and of the Retirement ot Lord Ernlyn from his candidature for the representation of the County, will make it necessary for you to give your attention to the selection of a Representative in the next Parlia- ment. Having received Numerous and Influential offersof Support, I have been encouraged to believe that my services might not be unacceptable to you, and I there- fore venture to put them at your disposal. As Ihave represented Boroughs situate in your County for more than 16 years—I feel that'in forming a judg- ment of any claim to your confidence, you will be guided more by the Experience of the Past than any declaration I could make respecting the Future. It is impossible within the limits of an address to refer to the many subjects which must occupy the at- tention of the next Parliament; One of the First Questions will probably be that of the Established Protestant Church in Ireland. I have already re- corded my vote in opposition to its proposed Disestab- lishment & Disendowment — and I still adhere to the opinions expressed by that vote, though willing to aid in applying Practical Remedies to any well-proved cases of Grievance which after careful examination may be proved to exist. Should you confer on me the honor of electing me as your Representative in Parliament, every motive which both a sense of duty and all social and personal considerations can inspire, would prompt me to exert myself, to the utmost of my power, in promoting your general and local interests. I remain, Gentlemen, Your faithful and obedient Servant, J. H. SCOURFIELD. Williamston, August 1st, 1868.
TO THE ELECTORS OF THE UNITED BOROUGLIS OF HAVERFORDWEST, NARBERTH, AND FISHGUARD. GENTLEMEN, I lament that the retirement of Mr Scourfield from the Representation of your Boroughs has imposed upon you the necessity of seeking another Candidate to supply his place. The Requisition I have had the honour so unex- pectedly to receive from a large number of intelligent and influential Electors, demands as prompt and frank an acceptance on my part, as the support has been freely and handsomely given to me. The task, I feel, is great to fellow one, who has for so many years zealously and efficiently discharged the duties of your Representative his unceasing and de- voted attention to your local interests, & his readiness at all times to devote his time and talents to the pro- motion of your welfare, hsve endeared him to those who agreed with him, & caused him to be respected by those who on some points differed from him. Should I be so fortunate as to attain the honourable position of repre- senting you in Parliament, I shall endeavour to lollow his example. I am a Conservative; entertaining liberal views towards all good measures that commend themselves to my judgment, come from what side of the House they may. On the great question of the total Disestablishment and Disendowment of the Irish Church, I think it right to state that my opinions are decidedly opposed to it; at the same time I am most desirous to consider and aid in remedying all evils that may be shewn to exist. I shall endeavour also to extend the usefulness and blessings which accompany our Reformed Church. Ishall offer the strongest opposition to the endowment of the Church of Rome in Ireland. I rejoice at the removal of such grievances as were the cause of offence and wrong to the great body of our Nonconformist Brethren, and I wish to see the further removal of any under which theyjmay still continue to labour. I am very anxious to see the large increase in taxation which has taken place of late years, especially in our Military and Naval Departments, much di- minished, and indulge the hope that the policy of non- interference which Lord Stanley has so happily inaugurated will, in the end, lead to a considerable European Disarmament. My constant aim will be to promote the success of measures that may conduce to the reduction of Local Taxation, I shall endeavour to press forward the Reform of the Bankruptcy, and other beneficial measures, which have been so often hindered by valuable time being lost at I the end of each session by party strife. It is my intention to wait on each of you, when I shall be prepated to answer any questions that may be put to me, and to explain farther my political opinions. I have the honour to be, Gentlemen, Your very obedient Servant, SAMUEL PITMAN. Picton Castle, 31st July, 1868.