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■■ m in in mini 11 ii mi mi mi iiiii Ir IT Bole Agent for the District for Messrs Worthington's Celebrated Mild and Bitter Ales, in 9, 18, and 36 Gallon Casks. Agent for the District for Messrs Murphy and t Messrs Jameson's & Pym's Superior Irish Porters. -x The IMri3aie and. Spirit Stores, F1shguarc1. TO *E3 Tr Tr ROBE IR, T L|3"WIS, Wholesale and Retail Wine and Spirit Merchant, Maltster, m — f. R. L. invites attention to his choice selection of old WINES and SPIRITS. GOOD SHERRY, pale or gold, from 15s. to 30s. per doz. puperior ditto, pale or gold, from 30s. to 54s. per doz. AMONTILLADO, pale or gold, 30s. to 60s. per dozen. PORT of various ages, from 15s. to 54s. per dozen good CLARETS from 15s. to 30s. per dozen. The Royal Welsll Wlllsltey at per Dozen. INGHAM's Afarsalla, Ohampagnes and Moselles. BASS AND WORTHINGTON'S ALES AND GUINNESS'S JttTRA STOUT IN CASK AND BOTTLES. A choice selection of Grasses, Clovers, and other Seeds now on sale. Hennessy's Brandy in Wood and Bottle. Nicholson's London Gin, Old Jamaica Hums, and Jersey Brandies. ESTABLISHED 1823. GEORGE BENNETT & CO., FISHGUARD, Are still supplying their noted Old I:t-ish ITSTlxisteey At 18s per gallon, of which the following is a CERTIFICATE of ANALYSIS: I hereby certify that I have submitted to I careful chemical analysis a sample of Bennett's Old Irish Whiskey a,s supplied by Messrs GEORGE BENNETT, & Co., Fishguard, and I find it to be a high-class product of admirable quality and character, A searching examination failed to detect the presence of all undesirable matters or foreign ad- mixture, and I have no hestitation in pronouncing it to be a wholesome and reliable stimulant, natur- ally and thoroughly matured. (Signed), GRANVILLE H. SHARPE, F.C.S., &c., (Asalyst), Late Principal of the Liverpool College of Chemistry. The alic beg tc call attention to their extensive Stock of Old and Matured Wines and Spirits, INCLUDING Extra Superior Qienllvet Scotch Wlilsteey, MartelVs and Hennessy's Old Brandies. Nicholson's Celebrated London Gin. Old Jamaica Rums, Me. Ports and Sherries of Superior Vintages, including several dozen of the Celebrated Old Emperor Port 1792 Vintage. Champagnes and Clarets of the Best Brands. Agents for Allsopp's Burton Ales and Lager Beers, Bass India Pale Ale and Guinness* Extra Stout in Bottle. Price Lists on Application. Crlan Hotel, Dinas Crosjg; DEWI HARRIES, Proprietor, and Agent for THOMAS SALT & Co., Ltd., ERE-W-ERS, BURTON upor4 TENT. GOLD MEDALS London, 1884; Edinburgh, 1886; Liverpool 1836 for Excellence of Quality. East India Pale Ale and extra Stout in Bottles. Also in stock at the Hotel—Very old matured Wines and Spirits, including pure old Long John's Ben Nevis, 1883, make of Higland Malt Whiskey, guaranteed over 22 years old. Choicest old Liqueur Rum, guar- anteed over 40 years old. Boiteaus Cognac Brandies, 10 years old. Old Sherry, 25 years in wood. Champagnes and Claret. Beer and stout. IN CASKS OF 4b 9, and 18 GALLONS.- Always in Stock at the Stores. ENGLISH AND AMERICAN ARTIFICIAL TEETH. important JXTotlce. Messrs EDWARD ENGLAND (Ltd.) Can be consulted from 12 to 5 p.m., at Mrs James, Ironmonger Gwalia House, High-street, Cardigan, on Saturday, July 20 At Mr Meyler, Chemist, Main-st., Fishguard, On Thursday, July X8, 1907. HAVERFORDWEST—Miss Johns, Stationer, Victoria Place, on July 13 & 23 CONSULTATION FREE OF CHARGE. Teeth supplied, from One Tooth to a Complete Set. Single Teeth, froai os; Set, up- per or lower from 50s. Warranted to give every satisfaction. The Patent Adamantine Teeth, an invaluable invention. To the preacher, public speaker, or vocalist they are an immense boon. Artificial Teeth made on the atmospheric system, to fit over the roots of teeth and to be worn on the most tender gums, and which cannot be surpassed for natural appear- ance and positive comfort. Perfectly painless treatment throughout. Thel above Company have gained a high reputation for supplying only first class work excellent in every detail, skilfully and painlessly adjusted, and at the most moderate prices. 1,?1 Teeth extracted painlessly with Nitrous Oxide Gas. AMERICAN TEETH. U0TIGB.-A11 Letters to be addressed to Brecknock House, Tenby. General Printing Work! Don't send your Orders away to firms from whom you get no return, but support those who support you by encouraging local industry. You will have good work and good value for your money at the ECHO OFFICES, FISHGUARD- For all kinds of Printing Work, Send your Orders to the ECHO Offices. < .,t- f.JV l t£ SUMMER, 1907 ■I r I _1.< WILLIAM fjAMES THE DRAPER & OUTFITTER, i' FISHGUARD, # i r • 11 made his preparations tfliis year on a more GIGANTIC SCALE than iiieany previous year, and he xiojjp. f Invites the Inhabitants of tho County w TO VISIT FISHGUARD TO INSPECT THE SAME. y' We have one of the 1 LARGEST STOCKS IN THE COUNTY And one of the Largest and most Varied Assortment in each Department in the County, So that we can confidently extend our Invitation to all to give a look in at our Two Establishments. "Shop William James" Has now attained a position of notoriety as being the Dry Goods Stores of North Pembrokeshire. I Let your Readers Co-operate with 0 us in EXTENDING OUR SPHERE OF INFLUENCE. I ¡ Special Show this Week! Local Coats of Arms in China I Ranging in prices from 6-ld to 2s 6d. CALL AND SEE OUR SAMPLES QL "ECHO" Neuusageaey, Fishgaafd ■A. Cpita,1 Vrietv- OF — Picture Post Cards -AND- LOCAL VIEWS (Unequalled Variety and at all prices). flotepapet* and Envelopes I A capital range in all shades and quality. Five-quire Packet of best Notepaper with Printed Address to order, and 100 Envelopes to match; the lot for 2s 6d. Splendid Value At the "ECHO Offices, Fishguard. Important Notice to Farmers! 1..1. J m The Board of Agriculture have made the DIPPING OF ALL'BHBTTP comp-arsoryttli^ighout the United King- dom, and only such Dips as have been approved by the Board can be used for this compulsory dipping. The DIP sold as MBYLBR'S POWDER DIP Is approved by the Board as an Efficient Sheep Dip for Sheep Scab Each Packet is sufficient to make 20 GALLONS for the Swim Bath-the average quantity for dipping 20 to 25 Sheep. Prices and full particulars on application to- Meyler, Chemist, Fishguard. ADVER.. -rZZE IN THE 5 COUNTY ECHO '-the best advertising medium jp' WACIIE BEST LONDON MAKE, B | if If Ifla With ImproTemsnts only to be found, in | N ^IIMM BENSON'S WATCHES. J k f d/MsBS Buy you" Watch from the actual Watch Maker. t I V &S.M. The Morning Post of 1860 ff WeajSp* Speaks of BENSON'S WATCHES ns the' Perfection Mechanism in 1907 ihey arc even more pcrfoct. I.—The Celebrated SILVER M 1 ENGLISH LEVER "LUDGATE" II ip 'WE WATCrr. to suit oil classes. The Best of its kind. £5: 5. 2.—The BANK" Watch. (! Silver ENGLISH LEVER Keyless | y ml In HUNTING or EALF-IIUNI'ING CASES. Un- 1 Vnlne. £. f ¥ J' NOm 3m~~t*AlC>5!ES' GOLD KEYLESS ENGLISH LEVER WATCH, in HUNTING § or HALF-HUNTING ISct. GOLD CAPES. £ 12 10. lu ppp^fi No. • The WORLD RENOWNED I K GOLD ENGLISH LEVER KEYLESS B M) FIELD5' WATCH. In IIUNTING or HALF- S fcliBI. WK; HUNTING CASES, Inelndinc Moiicgraia. A perfect fL I W Watch at a Moderate Price. £ 25. S ;w Full particulars of these and other Watchc-3 ere given in ) Wimlr J2 njjU No. 1. Book, sent post free. Cunts" 5TM IS AVAILABLE. t Hmmn.: fife I 1 iP BENS02F S do not charge extra for buying this woy. llltlCTD&TCn I No. 1» ol Watches, Ch^iat, and JoxveUery. ■UfcL- i^J ILLUolr\ftltU I No. 2, of Clocks, **lmpcr»ftP, Plate, Ana lp fi] BOOKS FREE I No- 3» pwlt' and Inoxp^nivc Silver Ooodi for Presents. ■ %$J jm w. BENSON, ua., I m, The Electric Power Factory, M mawr 62 & 64, LUDGATE HILL, 1 LONDON, E.O. ggpP If you want to succeed in business, Advertise in the "COUNTY ECHO" a If you want your Frillting" done well then send ypur orders to the "ECHO" PRINTING WORKS, FISHGUARD. Printed and Published by the Proprietor, LEVI EVANS, at his Printing Offices, High Street, Fishguard, in tha County of Pembroke.