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MR. EDWARD RIBBON, RIANO-FOKTE, VIOLIN, 4ND VIOLONCELLO TEACHER, PIANO-FORTES TUN JED, ORGANS and HARMONIUMS tuned and repaired by ex- perienced workmen- RESIDENCE—6, MERLIN'S TERRACE, HAVERFORDWEST WILLIAM H. BAMKIN, TEACHER OF Navigation AND nautical ASTRONOMY, H A K I N, MILFORD, STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN LIVERPOOL, MILFORD, SWANSEA, & BRISTOL For the Month of OCTOBER, 1868. The Liverpoo 1 and Bristol Channel Steam Navigation Company's Steam Ships SOVEREIGN. Capt, Gilibs WINTHSRWERIS, Capt. J.Barrett MONTAGTT, Capt Speakman A n i k V F. R n <»•, O a p T. R o u 1 t o n JANF. BACON, Capt. Old. J. KENNEDY, Capt. Welsh JANF. BACON, Capt. Old. J. KENNEDY, Capt. Welsh AUTIZAN, Capt. Tallan. I AGNES JACK, Capt. Monis LI.EWF.LLTN, Capt. Beckett The above, or some other suitable vessel, isintcnned to sa 1Vith Goods and Passengers, (iralesspreventedby any unforesee Occurrence) as follows, with or without pilots, and liberty to tow vessels;- From Liverpool to Milford and Bristol. Saturday Oct. 3 lO^mo'iil Saturday IV 10morn 1^ -■ •> after Saturday 24 S^a'ter Saturday, October 31st, at 9} o'clock in the morning. From Milford for Bristol. Sunday, Oct. 4 4 morn Sunday 18 4 morn 11 It) morn Sunday 25 9 inorn Sunday, November 1st, at 3 o'Clock morning. From Milford for Liverpool. Wednesday Oct 7 1 after | Wednesday 21 1 after Wednesday 14. 9 night J Wednesday 25 9 aijiht The Sfeam Barge GIPSEY is intended to ply on the Milford ^avon in connection with the above Steamers, carrying goods *° and from Pembroke Dock, Haverfordwest, and the adjacent towns. FARES :— Cabin. Deck. Return J^lf 3rd to or from. Liverpool 13s Od 6s Od 18s Jlilfcrd to or from .Bristol 8s 6d 6s Od 13s "ttfordto or from Swansea (Mumbles) 5s Od 3s Cd NOTICE.—The landing and tmbarcation of Goods or Passen ^ers at Milford, by whatever conveyance, whether at the' ex- Penee of the Steamer, er otherwise,'is at the risk of the Passen- E'r, and the Owners of the Goods respectively. ^°r further particulars Ree small bill, or apply to John Bacon ?Qd Co., MjiriP-vrmfr Owners, 14, Water-street, Liverpool; G. H. £ Vanu, Bristol; Charles Lamb, Swansea; John Keuworthy and ) -0., Manchester. t U. D. KORE, AOKWT Mnr"in.
TO THE E LECTORS OF THE UNITED BOROUGHS 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 SaPpIy 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 frarik an acceptance on my part, as the support has been freely and handsomely given to me. The task, I feel, is great to follow one, who has for so ^ny years zealously and efficiently discharged the duties of your Representative his unceasing and de- nted attention to your local interests, & his readiness at all times to devote his time and talents to the pro- motion of your welfare, have endeared him to those who agreed with him, & caused him to be respected by those on some points differed irom him. Should I be so ^Unate as to attain the honourable position cf repre- you in Parliament, I shall endeavour to follow his example. I atn a Conservative; entertaining liberal views Guards all good measures that commend themselves 0 toy judgment, come from what side of the House may. On the great question of the total Disestablishment Disendowment of the Irish Church, I think it right to State that my opinions are decidedly opposed to it; "I the same time I am most desirous to consider and I'd in remedying all evils that may be shewn to exist. J 'hall endeavour also to extend the usefulness and lessingg which accompany our Reformed Church. ¡shall offer the strongest opposition to the endowment Church of Rome in Ireland. ,1 rejoice at the removal of snch grievances as were the j?"8* of offence and wrong to the great body of our ^"iconformist Brethren, and I wish to see the further k^^al of any under which 'theyjinay still continue to °°or. very anxious to see the large increase in i„ ^>on which has taken place of late years, especially ^1 Military and Naval Departments, much <ii- ll5hed, and indulge the hope that the policy of non- inference which Lord Stanley has so happily i^Surated will, in the end, lead to a considerabl fo^e&n Disarmament. My constant aim will be to the success of measures that may conduce to Miction of Local Taxation, endeavour to press forward the Reform of the rtJPtcy, and other beneficial measures, which have fi8° °^en hindered by valuable time being lost at of each session by party strife. 1 is \n intention to wait on eacl1 of y°u> wl5en be prepared to answer any questions that to me, and to explain further oiy political IbaVe the honour to be, Gentlemen, Your very obedient Servant, SAMUEL PITMAN. C»stle, 31st July, 1868.
-n"- VISITORS TO HAVERFORDWEST, AND OTHBRS WHO WISH TO EXPEND THEIR MONEY TO THE BEST ADVANTAGE ARE RESPECTFULLY INVITED TO OALL AT P. P. ELLIS'S G ROC E RY E STAB LI S M M E NT, a HIGH-STREET, HAVERFORDWEST, WHERE they can select goods of choice quality, at suitable prices to meet their requirements. The Tea1- 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. DENTISTRY. A fl~R E. L. JONES (of the Firm H. M. Jones & Son, IvJL Surgeon-Dentists, M.C.D.E., 1.9, Northampton Ptace,Swansea—E6tab)i6hedlS09)attenda TENBY—The last consecutive Tuesday and Wednesday in each month, at Mr J. M. fieri ton's, 5 & 6, High street, from Ten to Five o'clock. Next visits October 27th and 28th; November 24'h & 25th December Slat. H AVKRFORDWEST—The last Thursday, at Mr Wm. Griffith's, Bootmaker. High Street, from Ten to Five o'clock. Next visits October 30th November 27th; De- cember 24th. PEMBROKE ÐOCK- The last Friday, at Mr Wm. Cook's, Bush Street, from Ten to Five o'clock. Next visits September 25th; October 30th; November 27th. Artificial Teeth upon the newest and most approved principles. Children's Teeth simply, but successfully regulated. Operations performed without pain, by a New and Safes System. One of the Firm Daily in attendance. A VACANCY FOR A PUPIL. 19, Northampton Place, Swansea. S TEA lrl COMMUNICATION WIT THE SOUTH OF IRELAND. (IIHF, 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 7.4.5 p.m, on arrival of the 9 15 a.m. Express, and 6.0 a.m, third class trains, so as to enable passengers to proceed by the 6.0 a.m. train to Limerick, Cork, &c. FROM WATERFORD, At 4 p.m, on arrival of the train from Cork, Limerick, &c so as to enable passengers to proceed by the 8.3,1> a.m, lirst and second class Express train, reaching London about 60 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 Wales. See Bradshaw's and Irish Guides, and Railway Time Tables.
PRENDERGAST CHURCH REBUILDING FUND ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIPTIONS. if F. d. Right Hon. Lord Dynevor 5 0 0 Mrs Atkinson, London, per Mr Joshua Harvey 500 Mr Whitehead, Saddleworth, per Mr Joshua Harvey 220 Mr Harford, Haverfordwest, 100 Mr Meare". Bath 100 Rev S. R. Roe, Elstree 2-2 0 Mr Insall, Bristol, per Mr Staunard. 0 5 0 Mrs Evans, London, per Mrs Harries 100 Rev A. Richardson, per Mr Harries 100 Miss Bowen, Newport, per Mr Harries 050 Miss Carrow, Gnat Street 1 0 0 Mr Wood, Bristol. 500 Mr Wilson. Bristol, third subscription 110 Mr A Phillips, Bristol 1 1 0 Collected by Mr Birch, junior, High Street 6 6 0 Total amount collected in weekly pence 56 0 0 Total amount, collected at School Room Service by weekly offertory 14 4 6 Mr Pitman, Pic-ton Castle 500 Collected by Mrs Rose, Springfield 1 10 0 Mr J. Davies,7;New Quay. 100 Mrs Foster, Clifton 500 Mr Campbell. Mount Pleasant 1 0 0 Mr and Mrs Handle, Avallenau 920 A Friend—(Maidenhead) 500 Clericus 0 10 0 Mrs Rowlands, Old Bridge 050 Mrs Peters, Park Cottage. 050 Mr Gibbon, Roger's Hook 0 10 0 The following articles have also been presentecl: Carved Oak Lectern, by Mr Wilson, Bristol; Brass Pulpit Lights, by Rev Dr Hardman, Biockley Court, Bristol. PEMBROKESHIRE AND HAVERFORDWEST INFIRMARY. CONTRIBUTIONS, 1868. rf^HE Honorary Secretaries beg most respectfully to X acknowledge the receipt of the following sums, and would at the same time respectfully urge upon the atten- tion of those Clergymen and Dissenting Ministers in the County, who have not yet made collections in behalf of this Institution for the present year, the pressing and many claims,which it has on their sympathy and support. £ s. d Collection in Jefferston Church, per Rev. J. D. Palmour I. 2 3 0 Ditto in ManorUier Church, "Offertory," per Rev J, H Lamb 110 Ditto in Narberth and Robeston Wathan Churches, per Rev J. Morris. 6 16 10 The workpeople at Hook Colliery, per Mr Wilson 9 0 0 Pembrokeshire Petit Jury's foep, on trial, Hig. gon v. Paul, at Summer Assizes, per Mr S. R Edmond 0 7 0 Collection in St. Catherine's Chapel, Milford, per Relv Thomas Brigstocke 4 10 9 Ditto Tabernacle Chapel, Milford, per Mr W. Garrett 220 Ditto Bletherston Church, per Rev David ) Thomas 123 Ditto Dale and St Ishmael's Churches, per Rev S. W. Saunders 6 0 0 Ditto Wesleyan Chapel, Haverfordwest, per Rev Edwin Thorley 3 12 6 Ebenezer Chapel, Haverfordwest,per MrDavid Jones 126 Ditto St Mary's Church, Tenby, per Rev G. Huntingdon 27 4 0 Ditto St Mary's Church, Haverfordwest, per Rev J. H. A. Philipps. 10 19 6 Ditto St Martin's Church, Haverfordwest, per Rev S. 0. Meares 2 12 10 Ditto Moravian Chapel, Haverfordwest, per Rev J. Eberle 1 5 0 Ditto in Penally Church, per Rev John Hughes 4 10 3 Ditto in Nolton Church, per Rev W. M. D. Berrington 0 16 0 Ditto in Heory's Moat Church, per Rev Morris William 0 10 0 Ditto in Camrose Baptist Chapel, per Mr Philip Hancock 0 9 0, HAROLDSTON WEST CHURCH RESTORATION FUND. T^HE sadlv dilapidated condition of the parish Church L of Haroldstone West renders it imperative that an appeal should he respectfuliy made to the unfailing liberality of the Christian public. Contributions already promised (or paid) £ s. d. The Right Rev the Lord Bishop of St David's 10 0 0 The Ven. the Archdeacon Clark 5 0 0 The Rev Canon Thomas, Steynton 5 0 0 Collections in Haroldston West Church 4 3 H Mrs Hire, Haroldston Hall (1st subscription) 10 0 0 Mrs J. Lort Phillips, Harroldstone 5 5 0 Miss Phelps, Broad Haven 5 5 0 ¡ J.H.Scou)neId,Esq,M.P. 5 0 0 W. Davies, Esq, Solicitor, Spring Gardens 5 0 0 Mr Griffiths, Belmont 5 0 0 A Friend. 5 0 0 Mrs Shaw, Hill-street 2 2 0 Mr D. Lloyd, Old Bridge (1st subscription). 20 0 Collecting card per Miss Griffiths, Belmont. 1 10 0 Collecting card per Miss Phelps 15 0 Mrs R. F. Scale, Liverpool 1 1 0 Mr P. Ellis, High-street 1 1 0 Mrs Ward,Clifton 1 1 0 Collecting card per aliss Scale, Haroldstone Hall 110 0 Do. per Master S H. Williams, Bath 0 HI 6 T. W. Smith, E-q. London. 0 10 6 Miss J. Bowen, Little Haven. 0 10 0 C. P. P. 0 10 0 Messrs Greenish and Dawkins. 0 10 0 Mr S Green 0 10 0 Sir C. M. Lampson, Bart., London 5 0 0 Ed, BisgjfcEsq, Crawley 0 10 10 Mrs Bcirliam, Trecwn 1 1 3 Mr Ribbon 010 6 T. Rule Owen, Esq, Foley Honse. 3 3 0 J. Harvey, Esq, New Bridge. 1 1 0 R. H. Harvey, Esq, Victoria Place. 1 1 0 Miss Carrow, Goat-street 10 0 A Friend 010 0 Rev J. Tombs 010 0 E. Bowen, Esq, M.P., Llwyngwalr 2 2 0 Church Building Society 20 0 0 Mrs Summers, Harroldstone 5 0 0 M iss Bigg Crawley 010 0 W. VauRban James, Esq 1 0 0 G. W. Digby, Esq, Sherborne Castle 20 0 P. G. Meares, Esq, Bath. 10 0 Mrs Fisher, Uobeston 0 10 0 The Right Hon. Lord Kensington 500 Dr. Dyster, Tenby 5 0 0 Col. the Hon. W. Edwards 5 0 0 Rev S. li Roe 2 2 0 Subscriptions and donations will be thankfully re- ceived by Miss E. S. Phelps, Broad Haven, Haverford- west, and by the Treasurer, J. W. Phillips, Esq, Rock Cottage, Haverfordwest,
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The complainant depos-cd that be lived at Neyland, and that the act used bad worked for him for three years up to the 4th of August last. The accused worked by the job, and was paid for what he did, be (complainant) finding all the materials. He boarded and lodged at his (complainant's) house, and was at liberty to leave when- ever he wished, ns he was only paid for what work he did. The accused used two welts in the repairing of some boots for another person, and he had used his wax and thread. The accused used some of it in his (corn. plainant's) presence, and he saw one of the welts on the seat used by him. Jn cross-examination, tbe complainant said that the accused was employed by the Post Office, and he pave him a character to get the situation. There was a money account between him and accused: he owed the accused money, and had r.ot settled with him. The Bench dismissed the case. TH3 RIVAL "PUBLICS" AT PORTFIELD DATE. Mr Price (addressing the Bench) said: Some two or three Saturdays avo I made application to the Bench for a license fora public-house at Porttkld Gate, nnd I applied for an adjournment of the ca;c fo as to keep myself in order. I understood that you: Worships were willing to grant the license, the house being an old public-house, but I find on inquiry of Mr Jam, ki's clrrk, that there was an embargo on it, and that it could not be granted. Mr Phelps: For whom did you apply ? Mr Price: For Mr John Phillips Jones, who has or is about to become the tenant of the house? Mr J. C/James: I happened to be acting as magistrates' clerk on the day Mr Price made the application; and the Bench did not say they would grant the license. Mr Price made the application, and he did so then fit order to keep the matter ulivc. The license was not granted. Mr Price: It is possible I was mistaken but I was under that impression. I now beg to make the application; and 1 may state for the information of the Bench that the house, a license for which I am now applying for, is an old public-house, and is owned by a gentleman in that. neighbourhood. The tenant. has left, or is about to leave the premises, and they have been let to another tenant, Mr John Phillips Jones, and for him I apply for a license. The Clerk Is there any objection to the application? MrJ, P. Jones (who occupied a seat on the Bench) said: I object to it. Mr J. M. Jones, (Sutton Lodge): I object to it. MrJ. P. Jones: I object because I think one public- house is enough: and there is one there now. The Clerk here suggested that. Mr Jones should leave the Bench as he opposed the application. Mr J. P. Jones: I am sitting on the case. The Clerk repeated the suggestion, aDd Mr Jones left the Bsnch, and sat. at the table. Mr Price: I accept Mr Jon. s's objection that one is sufficient iPo. the neighbourhood it is on behalf of that particular one I am now making application. The Clerk Now Mr Jones is off tne Bench, the magis- trates can bear the prounds of his objection. Mr Jones I object because on» public-house.isenongh •and the man ha* got the certificate: it was granted a fortnight ago. The man Is named James Harries, and has lived 12 years in the same house: he bus got a certificate for another vear. Mr Price John Phillips Jones has become the tenant of that very house; and James Harries is quitting. I want to continue the license for the new tenant. Harries leaves on the 8th of October. Mr J. M. Jones: Harries isïn the house now. Mr Price: f*. as Mr Jones says, the certificate has been granted, it must be for this very house, which he will cease to occupy on the 8th of October. If the certificate is used, it will he for another house, and therefore illegal. Mr A. P. Jones, of Skerry Ford: I am a ratepayer in the parish. I think one public house is quite sufficient in that small place. This has been a puhlic house for many years, and is called the Old or New Inn. Mr Price I will now explain this maTter to your Worships. The old public house at portfield Gate is owned by Mr Watts, and there is s >me disagreement between him and another gendcman in the neighbour- hood. That disagreement has been carried si far, that the other gentleman has turned a dwelling house owned by him into a public house, and Harries, who is quit- ing in Mr Watts's house, is to be the tenant of tho new hou: e. Harries wants to use the old license for the new house, and what f ask for is that the license of the house which Harries is quitting, should be continued to Mr John Phillips Jones, who.is't > succeed Harries as tbe tenant of Mr Watts's bouse. Harries will tell your W, rships if he is asked, that he; is going into the new house with the old license. Mr Robertson If he is an honest man, I don't think there can be any objection to bis doing so. Mr Price As regards the law, I don't think he is in a position to ask for a license to-day. He has not given the notices which the law requires. P.C. Williams, ;n answer to the Bench, said that the house, known as the New Inn at Portfiel,i Gate, was well adapted for the purposes of a public house. Rev P. Phelps So far as I am concerned, I am in- clined to gran' a license tor the two houses. Mr Price: That will not suit the ideas of the Squire of the village he thinks one is sufficient. (Laughter.) Mr T. Wat's: My little daughter owns the house called the New Inn but I act for her. I have let the house to Mr J. Phillips Jones, who is going to live there, and will carry on the business of a public house. The Bench said that a license would be granted for both houses. Mr Price said that a transfer of the old license would be required, and he would ask the Bench to request the former tenant, Harries, to produce it. MrJ. M. Jones gave his word that the old license should be transferred to the tenant of Mr Watts's house. Mr Price expressed himself satisfied with that ar- rangement, and the matter ended. POLICE EXPENSES. At a recent sessions, Mr Lloyd, shipbuilder, of Hakin, stated that he paid Sergt Carroll £ i 10s, as expenses of journeys in search of an apprentice who had deserted bis apprenticeship. The Bench thought the expenses heavy, and directed enquiries to he made respecting thc-m. Sergt Carroll attended the session*, and gave a full explanation of the expenditure of the moneys, stating that the actual sum spent amounted to £ 3 14s 5d and that he had handed the balance of 15d 7d to Mr Lloyd. He bad called at Mr Lloyd's house several tiroes to render him an ancount of the expenditure, but failed to meet him before he attended the Ccurt. The Bench, having examined the statement of ex- penses, said that there was nothing unreasonable in the charges, and that they were.glad the officer had attended to mike the explanation. Mr Phelps said that there appeared to have been three journeys made, and thirty shillings were advanced for each, "lie thought that was large but now the matter had been explained, he could understand that they were simply advances, and not charges. Sergt Ca.rroll said when he went in search of a man, ae could not tell what would be the expense. He only knew the cost when he returned; but he would prefer spending a little money of his own if it was required rather than fail in apprehending a man. Sergt Clarke said the bills were all closely examined by the Chief Constables, and any irregularities would be detected by the Chief Constable, as he looked very lopely into the accounte. The Bench said the matter had been explained, and he charges were quite light.