Kg; The WEST END Tailoring House. New Patterns in all the Latest Textures for Gentlemen's Suits. A Large and Choice Variety of LEGANT CLOTHS. Fine West of England Cloths. Tweeds, Serges, &c., &c. All Excellent Fabrics. unsurpassed for hard wear, Style and Fit a Speciality. Workmanship Guaranteed. NOTE ADDRESS— 1VI. B. T. ffiaurice., West End Tailoring Establishment —FISHGUARD.— Symmons' Temperance Hotel. -DINNERS and TEAS- Are provided at reasonable charges. Excellent Accommodation for Parties & Visitors. Note the Address- SYMMONS' —Tower Hill, Fishguard.— G. EÐWDS, PHOTOGRAPHER, FISHGUT^ RID, Who has recently removed from High-street to Castle Hill, West-street, begs to announce that his New Studio is Now Open Whilst thanking the public generally for the support accorded him in the pist, he respect- fully solicits a continuance of public patronage at his New Premises. The Old Firm. CASTLE STORES, E!.jL-i Th extpmion ( f my premises is now com- pleted, aDd I have great pleasure in invit- ing vo':r inspection of the Large Stock of Groceries & Provisions, Which are of the finest quality. Dwjryd, Magnetic. BeDarty. Mazawattee, and LiptonTeas. Harris' Wiltshire Bacon, Hams and Sausages. Cioese and Black- well's Jams, JVl'ies, Lime Juice, and Lemon Squash, Sx. Hunt'ey and Palmers' Biscuits and Cakes. Buchanans' Silver King Flour. Spillera Red Tie, Turog. and Pecoriicated Flours. Rduclion in Prices. Note the Address— W. D. Griffiths, j CASTLE STORES, FISHGUARD. r. Boot & Shoe I Warehouse Market Sq-uare, FISHGUARD ALL Boots and Shoes Seut to the Market Square Boot Warehouse- for X^ESE^jflLlIFLS Are returned, neatly executed, without delay.—Best Workmanship only. NOTE.-The whole of the Stock at the Ware- house is entirely new and up-to-date, and contains a large selection to suit all classes. Hodges' Boot Warehouse, Market Square, Fishguard. And at Northampton House, Guildhall Square, CARMARTHEN. Important to Agriculturists & Public. 7 6- ) ::2g ? t. In expressing appreciation of the generous support accorded them, Via W. L E7I1I k SOI, Wholesale & Retail Jx»oM.moiragg:eK»s, eg Have great pleasure in announcing that the Sc>1e Agencies Of the following celebrated firms have been placed with them. For Fishguard and District r Messrs. Walter A. Wood's and Massey-Harris' celebrated Mowers, Reapers and Binders, &c. The International Harvesting Company (Formerly Messrs Osborne, Deering, and McCormick). The "Alflalaval" Cream Separator. Ransome's and Howard's celebrated Ploughs. Sellar's Washing Machines and Mangles. Also Sole Agents for the Melotte Cream Separators, and Hathaway's celebrated Prize Churns & Dairy Requisites of all kinds. Also Agents for Edison's Phonographs& Records All Classes of Engineering undertaken. Estimates Free. Ironmongery, Tools of every description and First-class Quality. Cutlery Plate, &c., &o. IT MODERATE PRIOES, Call and inspect our stock it is unsurpassed anywhere. ALFA-LAYAL" New lodel-w I '&I& I8F" CREAM SEPARATORS LATEST and BEST. 1906. Alfa-Laval New Model Ia the ™os|i Up-to-date Machine it embodies the experience i HI" 4 tKin ii ,m.an1of'lcfcare of 655,000 Separators—more P ■ 1 kinds put together-and, as a result, is deiinitely guaranteed to Turn Fasier, Produce More Butter, and Wear Longer than any other. W^BbL Alfa-Laval New Model It is a fact that 5 Cows and an 11 Alfa-Laval will produce more butter than G Cows and DO Separator. Labour is ajao reduced, and the handle turns like a sewing machine— far easier than any other. Alfa-Laval New Model L"H ,■ i Specially designed for lasting wear. Tho machine that will VH1r never wear out, but will earn more than its cost every year it is used. SILVER MEDAL Welsh National a „ B Agricultural Society. Fixed onth s Free Trial- W. R. EYNON & SON, Ironmongers, Fishguard.
Chairman for 42 years. At the Pembroke Quarter Sessions on Wed- nesday of last week his Honour Judge Owen resigned the position of Chairman, which he had held for 42 years. He said he had known the court for many years, when the late Rev Thomas Martin, of Withybush was chairman. Mr Martin was succeeded by the late Dr Morgan, who again was succeeded by the Rev Thomas Watts, vicar of St Mary's, Haverfordwest. He himself was appointed in 1865, which was a great compliment, as he was but a very young man at the time. He was the only surviving magistrate of all those who had qualified at the time he was appointed chairman of the court, and he was therefore now the senior magistrate of the town. Haverfordwest was different from any other town and city in the Kingdom, because it had a Lord Lieutenant, commission magis- trates, a chairman of Quarter Sessions, and a High Sheriff, appointed not by the Crown but by the Town Council. He moved that Mr Arthur Lewis, the deputy chairman, be appointed chairman. Mr Arthur Lewis was one of the best, if not the best, of criminal lawyers in South Wales, and Mr Lewis had written to say he would accept the position if elected. Mr Morris Owen seconded, and the reso- lution was carried unanimously. Mr Morris Owen then proposed a vote of thanks to Judge Owen for his services as chairman of the court. Mr. Isaiah Reynolds seconded, and Dr Greenish supported. In returning thanks, the Chairman men- tioned that during the time lie had presided over the court he had never had a decision reversed, nor had any sentence he had passed been reduced by the Home Secretary. Per- haps that was due more to good luck than to good management, but it was a fact.
Still well in Carmarthen. In this issue we again report the confirma- tion of a statement long since made public. The cordial way in which this Carmarthen resident spoke after six years is the best proof any of us could desire to have of the perman- ence of her good fortune. Six years after Mrs M J Morris, 24, Highland- wharf, The Quay, Carmarthen, told us of her cure by Doan's backache kidney pills, she said :—" All I previously said for Doan's backache kidney pills I thoroughly endorse. They cured me of serious kidney trouble, and I have kept quite free from it since." The following is what Mrs Morris said some years ago :—" For about six months I suffered severely with pains across vfy loins, caused by my loins being out of order. At times I was so bad that I could not stand upright. There were also urinary disorders. I got no relief from anything I tried until I began with Doan's backache kidney pills. I sent my son for some of these, and after tak- ing a few doses I felt much easier. I am glad to say that the pills quite cured me: my back is stronger and free from pain, and the kid- neys are acting as they should. (Signed) Mary J. Morris." Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are two shillings and ninepence per box (six boxes for thirteen shillings and ninepence). Of all chemists and stores, or post free, direct from Foster-McClellan Co., 8, Wells-street, Oxford- street, London, W. Do not forget to use the full name, Doan's Backache Kidney Pills.
— Opening up West Wales. It is stated on good authority that the next step in connection with the proposed Lam- peter. to Aberayron railway will be undertak- en by the Great Western Railway Company. During the past two years the company has carried out many developments in Cardigan- shire, and the result of the motor service to Aberayron has proved so satisfactory that some larger scheme is needed to cope with the traffic. It is said that provided the Car- digan County Council extends the same finan cial support to the Great Western Railway as it has done to the original promoters of tn, scheme the company will give the matter their serious consideration. The old scheme as outlined provides for a line from Lampeter to Aberayron, with a junction at Neuaddlwyd for New Quay, The estimated cost is £ 150,000, towards which the County Council has conditionally subscribed £ 20,000. The expenditure to Aberayron is estimated at £ 80,000, a distance of about thirteen miles, whilst that from Neuaddlwyd to New Quay, a distance of seven miles, will cost £ 70,000. It is the great engineering difficulties on the way to New Quay that have hindered the promoters in pursuing their scheme. Our information is that, given the [20,000 subscription, the Great Western Railway would carry out the scheme as far as Aberay- ron, running a motor-car service between Aberayron and New Quay, which is only a distance of less than seven miles.
Express Letter Baby. A ROMANTIC ABANDONNIEN'I'. Early in life romance has entered the career of a pretty little baby girl two months old, who is now in charge of the matron of the Strand Workhouse, Criminality, too, enters into the story, for the police are searching for the parents of the interesting little mite. The child was got rid of by turning it into an express letter, and the plot, although there were a hundred chances against it, was as- tonishingly successful. It was in the West Strand Post Office that the story opened, late on the night of Thurs- day last. At 11.22 p.m., a man of about 35 years of age entered the post office and wrote a message on a telegraph form. He was of 0 gentlemanly appearance, and wore a light suit and a cloth motoring cap. With the man was a well-dressed girl, who seemed to be about twenty-two. She was good-looking, a brunette, wore a light fawn costume, and was carrying a baby in long clothes. After writing the note, the man placed it in an envelope, addressed it The Matron, City of London Lying-in Hospital, City-road," and handed it to a clerk across the counter, saying that he wished it to be sent by express mess- enger, The stranger still lingered at the counter untill the letter was given to a com- missionaire to deliver.. Is this the man who will take the letter?" inquired the sender. I have a cab for him, as that will be quicker." He was told that the messenger had received money for his omni. bus fares. Thanks, but I will pay for a cab," replied the man, and he followed the messen- ger into the street. TEARFUL PARTING. In the meantime the girl with the baby had hailed a cab, and the commissionaire, a man named William Sutton, pressed by the stran- ger, got into it. The girl, who had tears in her eyes, passionately kissed the babe again and again, and the man also stooped down and kissed it. Handing the baby to the commissionaire, who was already seated in the cab, the man *aid This baby is to go with the letter." The messenger at once accepted the baby, thinking that that was part of the rrange ment. The girl then sprang forward and again kissed the child as it lay in the com- missionaire's arms. The door was then shut and the word given, Drive on." Shortly before midnight the cab arrived at the Lying-in Hospital. The bell was rung, and the baby was handed to an astonished nurse. The letter accompaning the child contained the following words :—" Please take in baby until tomorrow. Am writing. The nurse, as was to be expected, refused to take- the baby in, and the commissionaire was now in an embarrassing position. The matron was fetched, but she, too, re- fused to accept the baby," said Sutton, des- cribing his experiences. The child was taken back to the post office, from there to Bow- street Police Station, and ultimately to the strand Workhouse. The baby wore a night- dress, silk and wool shoes, a silk and wcol coat, and a bonnet trimmed with silk. The things were all new but inexpensive. Around it was a woman's woollen petticoat and a white shawl.
UNITED ASSIZES FOR WELSH COUNTIES. The London Gazette" of Tuesday con- tains an Order in Council which states the King orders that the county of Carmarthen, the county of the borough of Carmarthen, the county of Pembroke, the town and county of Haverfordwest, and the county of Cardigan shall, for the purpose of the next winter assizes, be united together and form one county, under the name of the Winter Assize County No. 6, the assizes to be held at Car- niartlien. The King also orders that of Bieckuock and Radius shall he similarly united, the arizes to be j iJ ¿H lhu.üu..
Interesting to Pembrokeshire I Farmers. Some useful particulars and of interest to the farming community of Pembrokeshire may be gathered from the following report of the Royal Show held at Lincoln secently. The entries of live stock were Horses, 506 cattle, 1030; sheep, 672 pigs, 368 total, 2,576. At Derby last year the total was, 2,319, The poultry figures at the present show are 826, slightly in excess of Derby, and the en- tries for produce, 572, are also slightly better than last year's.—The famous old Lincoln- shire long wools are fine animals with depth and squareness of carcase, good girth, and well carried out quarters, a long silky fleece sometimes thirty pounds in weight, and often attaining a length of over twenty inches. Then there are the Lincolnshire red shorthorn cattle with undeniable milking qualities. Lincolnshire is also the ancestral home of that friend of the farmer, the shire horse, while in the matter of pig flesh no county can show a better fed type of the large white, which fre- quently grows to a weight of over forty stone. The morning was bright, but early visitors to the ground had to encounter something like half a gale of wind. This however, had its use, seeing that by the rains of the preced- ing night the yard had been reduced to a very muddy condition, and much needed the dry- ing process to give pedestrians in any sense an agreeable experience. But the afternoon was wet. A tour of the principal classes dis- closed the all but unapproached excellence of the show as a whole. IMPLEMENTS. The implement department may be taken as generally indicating the year's progress in engineering and invention in one direction. The improved position of forestry is indicated by the estate plant, exhibited for the first time. This is a self-contained, electrically driven, horizontal log band-saw, which was in regular operation during the show, cutt- ing up large logs into boards. The whole of the working parts of the machine are fitted to a bed-plate which is fixed on the ground level, thus saving the expense of the costly excava- tions and masonary foundations. The mach- ine is in such perfect balance that, although the saw is running at more than twice the speed of an express train, the machine works without any perceptible vibration. The rate of cutting ranges up to as much as 100 super- ficial feet of sawing a minute, Another machine in this section is an adap. tion of the swath turner. It is specially suit- able for use on ridge and furrow land. The rake is a complete departure from the angular form of side delivery rake, as the tines move in a line parallel with the axle, and are carrid in front of the travelling wheels, not behind them as has hitherto been the usual practice.
The Weather and the Crops. — With the exception of the occasional spells of sunshine the unseasonable rainy weather, now so general all over the country, continues. In and around Fishguard and the district further afield the hay harvest has commenced, but owing to the fitful and tearful condi- tions, progress is slow. It is safe to state that the ingathering of the crops is two to three weeks late. Heavy crops are the rule natura- lly but many are rotting. DAMAGE TO INDUSTRY. In certain portions of the country, the incle- ment weather is having a disastrous effect upon industry. Manufacturers in Birmingham, who depend largely on seaside and holiday resorts to keep them going, report a serious dearth of orders for goods used in the furnish- ing of retail shops at the seaside.- Coal merchants, however, are reported by corres- pondents to be briskly employed in meeting the demand for household fuel. Agricultur- ists are suffering in the low-lying lands, but their brethren of the mines are nourishing. In the Liverpool district the continuance of the cold weather is proving disastrous to the hay harvest. The crops, indeed, are heavy, but the farmers are despairing of the necessary sunshine. The watering places on the north- west coast are suffering, as tens of thousands of people have postponed their holidays. In Warwickshire the opportunity for harvesting the hay Crop is wanting, and the heavy grass and clover growth is rotting in many instances. Manchester has gained a reputation for her weeping skies, but she is now experiencing the worst spell of weather that has occurred since 1882. Shopkeepers in despair announce summer sales in order to clear dress goods that should have been readily disposed of a month ago The low prices obtained by sCheshire potato farmers for their produce must react heavily upon Manchester trade. CONSTERNATION IN THE WEST. In the extreme west of England the bad weather is creating consternation. Expectant Cornwall, which yearly draws a large revenue from visitors, has been badly hit by the weather, and some of the smaller pleasure resorts are feeling the consequences keenly. Agriculturists are dismayed. Grass is abun- dant, and a few days of sunshine would en- able farmers to secure good crops, but the prospect is uncertain. The same story is re- peated in Scotland, Staffordshire, Shropshire, Hampshire and South Wales. A terrific thunderstorm prevailed in various parts of the country on Thursday. The hail, sweeping over the Shrewsbury district, caused serious damage to garden and farm crops.
Motor Car for the Bishop of St. David's. To the Editor of the County Echo." DEAR SIR, 'I would feel extremely obliged if you would grant me space in your columns for the enclosed. As you are aware, last October, by means of circularising the Churchwardens throughout the Diocese of St David's I laid before them the scheme of presenting a motor car to our Bishop, as a present of the laiety of his diocese. Thanks to the generosity of the parishes I collected £ 900, which has enabled me to purchase a fine 28-32 hp. Daimler with detachable limonsine body, with which you will see by His Lordshipi letter to myself he is more than pleased. It would not have been possible for me to have carried the project through had not the laity so readily backed my scheme with their subscriptions and I should like to take this opportunity of thanking each parish and each individual subscriber for their great assistance. I have enclosed a letter from His Lordship acknowledging the gift and also a statement of accounts, The balance of the sum collected will be invested and will be used with the accrued interest at some future date in assisting his Lordship, or his successor, in the purchase of a future car when our gift becomes worn out. Thanking you in anticipation, Yours faithfully, KENSINGTON. St. Brides, Little Haven, July 3rd, 1907. THE PALACE, ABERGWILl, R.S.O. July 1St., 1907. My Dear Lord,—I am most grateful to the laity of the Diocese who, at your Lordship's kind suggestion, have subscribed so generously towards the Motor Car presented to me, and I value most highly this additional expression of good will which, on the part of both clergy and laity, has been a constant support and encoura- gement to me during the past ten years. The extensive area of the Diocese makes the Car, of which I have now had a week's most satisfac- tory experience, specially helpful and I trust that by means of it, I may be enabled, if I am spared, to keep in closer touch with the Clergy and laity ia different parts of the Diocese with a view of promoting the growing work which, under Divine blessing, the Church has to do for the welfare of Wales.—Believe me, Yours sincerely, J, ST, DAVIDS By amount collected and bank interest £ 912 13s. Paid for car £ 650; postage, IOS 7d cheque bock is. Total expense, £ 630 lis. 7d balance £ 259 is Sd.
— New Type of Cruiser. — According to information which has reach- ed Pembroke through a semi-official channel, the Admiraltv have decided to make provision in the next shipbuilding programme for the laying down of a new type of armoured cruiser at Pembroke Dockyard during 1908-9. The recent earthquake in Jamaica and the riot at St. Lucia—during both of which events no British warship was immediately available for the purpose of rendering aid or restoring order have convinced the Admiral- ty that a new class of ship, of appreciable fighting power, suitable for detached police duties and for periodically visiting remote stations, is necessary. It has, therefore, bell decided to build a type of vessel intermediate in size between a second-class cruiser and the ships of the Duke of Edinburgh class. She will Ivvr u speed of 23 knots an hour.
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List of Subscribers to the the Fish- guard Bay Regatta Fund for August 17th, 1906. ————— £ s d De Courcy Beamish, Esq., Glanthool 2 0 0 Dr. Pritchard, The Priory, Cardigan 1 1 0 Owen L Harries, Esq., S-aDSCt 1 1 0 E D Jones, .I'q., Pentowr 1 0 0 Messrs Worthiugton & Co., Burtcn 110 Col Porter, Goodwick 0 10 6 General Sir Reginald Pole-Carew 0 10 6 Owen Phillips, Esq., M.P. 010 6 G Lambert Gibson, Esq., 0 10 6 J C Yorke, Esq., J.P., Langton 010 0 Wm Geo James, Esq., J.P., Llysyr- onen 0 10 0 Jas. Thomas, Esq., J.P., Haverford- west 0 10 0 C Gordon Liddle, Esq., London 0 10 0 Messrs Swansea Breweries, Ltd. 0 10 6 Dr Owen, J.P., Brynymor 0 10 0 Mr Harold James, Haverfordwest 0 10 0 J M Guild 0 5 0 W L Williams, C.C., Cefnydre. 0 5 0 A B Williams, solicitor 0 5 0 Fred Salmon, I.H.O 0 5 0 J R Richards 0 5 0 T Matthews, B.A.050 V J G Johns, solicitor 0 5 0 Ll Y Williams 0 5 0 Lloyd's Bank Ltd. 0 10 G Mr T H Evans 0 2 6 A H Clark, Esq., C. E. 0 10 0 J C Bowen, Esq., Penrhiw 0 2 6 H C Mann, Esq. 0 3 0 Capt Bewan 0 2 6 Mr Moses 0 2 6 Visitors at Briarwood 0 2 6 Messrs Allsopps & Sons, Burton 1 1 0 Messrs Geo Bennett and Co. 0 10 6 Rev Wm Evans, M.A. 0 5 0 A Friend 0 2 6 Mr Levi Evans, 'Echo' 0 2 6 Miss Williams, Cartref' 0 2 6 Mr A J Hodges, auctioneer 0 2 6 John Griffiths 2 6 Mrs Price, Great Western 0 2 6 Thomas, Tower Hill 0 5 0 Messrs Robert Lewis & Co. 0 5 0 Dr Roe at Gwynfa 0 5 0 Mr M James, Shop-y-bobl 0 2 6 T Meyler, chemist 0 2 6 John H Roberts (visitor) 0 2 6 Ben Thomas, Main-street 0 2 6 Capt Titus Evans, Tyrhos 0 2 6 Thomas, Cambrian Inn 0 2 6 Mr D Rees, baker 0 2 6 D M Symwons, Tower House 0 2 6 Wm Bateman, Gwynfa 0 2 6 Rev J Roberts, at 0 2 6 Dr Waller, at Ardwyn House 0 2 6 Dr Williams, Drim 0 2 6 Capt Lewis Williams 0 2 6 Mr Collier 0 5 0 Misses Thomas 0 2 0 Mr Nicholls, C.O. of Coastguard 0 2 6 el Father Nightingale 0 2 6 Mr G Greenway 0 2 6 R Thompson 0 2 6 Dr W O'Donnell 0 5 0 Mr Hall 0 2 5 Francis Davies 0 2 6 Mrs Richardson 0 5 0 Miss Langham 0 2 0 Mis-es Rees 0 5 0 Mr Davies 0 2 6 Mr W T Walters 0 10 0 Messrs J Roblyn and Co. 0 2 G Mr D. Thomas 0 2 6 Mr Lewis .0 2 6 Mr J M Phillips 0 2 (i Jackson Bros 0 2 6 Mr By Williams 0 2 6 Mr W Thomas 0 2 6 Mr Griffiths 0 2 6 Mr D Richards 0 2 6 Miss Harries 0 2 6 Mr Walter J Vaughan 0 5 0 Collected by Mr Stevens on Harbour Works 3 0 0 Amounts under 2s 6d 9 6 8 A list of the subscribers may he seen either with the hon. secretary, Mr Ll Y Williams, or at the Echo" Newsagency in High-street. C,
Pars on Passing Events. An inquiry into the cause of death of Mr H T Morley, civil engineer and house agent, 0 former borough surveyor of Tenby, was held ZD by Mi H J E, Price, county coroner, on Tues- day, Mr Bertie Morley, son of the deceased, stated that his father came from Carmarthen on Thursday, and on Monday morning lie seemed quite rational and cheerful. He left him in the greenhouse potting plants, and a few minutes afterwards found him dead in the water closet, having shot himself in the head with an old-fashioned walking-stick gun. The jury returned a verdict of Suicide during temporary insanity." Charles Parsons, a St. Austell schoolboy, aged 13 years, conceived a great regard for an actress in a travelling theatre that visited the town. When the theatre moved on to Barry, Glamorgan, the boy became very morose, and on Sunday last he left his home for Barry Dock. When he was stopped by the police at Exeter he had in his possession £ 8, all in silver. Six months' stocktaking of 250 cotton spinning companies in Central and South. East Lancashire have just been completed, and satisfactory profits, ranging from £5,000 to C40,000 were revealed. Dividends rang- ing from 10 to 20 per cent. will be paid to thousands of jubilant shareholders. At Witlev, Surrey, on Wednesday night, the death occurred of Sergeat George Morris, at the age of 80. Morris, joined the old 28th Regiment in 1847, and was present at the siege of Sebastopol and the battles of Inker- man and Alma. He also served in the sup- pression of the Indian mutiny. It is stated that entries in the literary com- petitions for this year's National Eisteddfod have been received from all parts of the world, including America and South Africa, and numerically they constitute almost a record. Rayner, the murderer of William Whiteley, has made, it is stated, since, his imprisonment at Parkhurst, two attempts to commit suicide. He is utterly depressed by his posi- tion, and the most vigilant precautions have had to be taken by the prison authorities. For the present he has been removed from the ordinary part of the prison and placed in that part of the hospital where the feeble-minded convicts are guarded.
e NOW OPEN! rNOW OPEN! West-st., Fishguard, A BRANCH SHOP OF THE ECHO NEWSAGENCY, Toy & Fancy Goods Business Newspapers, Magazines, & Books, &c., on Sale.—Welsh and English Novels by leading Writers, All kinds of FANCY GOODS — — suitable for presents. A splendid assortment of OHINA, with Fisliguard Coat of Arms." in Local View POST CARDS—a capital variety.—Also View Cards in frames. 0f the Best kind in V✓ Jl Endless Variety. With Printed Address at from Is per Packet. Envelopes to match at 6d per 100. Commercial Envelopes of all kinds & all prices. Account Books of different kinds. CHEQUE BOOKS, WAGES & WORKMEN'S —TIME BOOKS, &c.— WRITING PADS of 100 Lined Sheets at Od. and la. A Splendid Range of Children's Toys and Books. Tobacco, Cigars & Cigarettes Of the Best kind. WE thank our numerous customers for the generous patronage they have always extended to us, and as our West-street 113ranch is undoubtedly filling a pubH( need in that part ti the bwu, WP hope to again merit continued public support. 3EPxa."fc>llo Notice. j .==- J. W. EVANS, w WW a w MOTOR and CYCLE WORKS, FISHGUARD, j| HAS NOW A CAPITAL STOCK OF I New -1907- CYCLES OF ALL KINDS. f —Also all kind of Motor and Cycle Accessories.—-l NOTE THE ADDRESS- f ST S,TJB:E.:T ft WLatest Novelties for the Spring & Summer. «a BBH raa mm oars mtrt casa mo aca mma cca m A Great Arrival of NEW Spring Summer H-oods From London and the Leading Markets. Wm. 0. THOMAS begs most respectfully to inform the public at large that he has made EXTENSIVE PURCHASES to meet the rapid increase of trade. NOVELTIES in Dress Goods. Trimmings, Embroidries, Lace of all kinds, Blouses and Skirts, Costumes, Motor Scarfs, Pinafores and Overalls, &c., &c. MILLIN ERY.-In this department you will find the largest stock in Fishguardf M-rirW8' Cnno"n8 Ha,3> Toques and Bonnets, English and French made up Millinery Flowers, Feathers, Aigrettes, Millinery Ornaments, fancy and plain Ribbons, bilks, Laces, great novelties in Ladies' Neckwear, Quills Veilings DRE-S DEPARTMENT.-This department is well stocked with latest prolactin, in all leading Shades & Materials Dresses & Costumes made to order on th« n*v.n,V OUTFITTING -This department has been well selected in Men's, Youth" a^Bovs Suits, Shirts, Underclothing, Hats, Caps, Ties, and Collars, JatesI: ill shape and quality. Call and ask to Si-e our Extragood Pattern Book for Men's Suits. Suits to measure from 21s. Fit and Style guaranteed. Mrs IHOMAS has visited the leading London Markets and made some heavy pnrchaers and hopes their numerous customers will come early and secure best choice of fashions! :WrKr:Eh-. Note AddrcQs- wT^TriioiL^A.S, V V r .A.i! -LV.L. —The Leading Draper, RAILWAY HOUSE, FISHGUARD.- Letterston Cycle Works. The Cycling Season is now in full swing, AND 710. WIL.X.IA.MS, The Motor and Cycle Works, HAS A FINE STOCK OF I Up-to-date -7- icycles TO SUIT EVERYBODY. f -CYCLES Built throughout on the Premises.- f All kinds of Motor and Cycle Accessories stocked. PROMPTLY executed. SftVAVI q Qirlck 1|pij I|g! v u x a In a stuffy compartment for hours • together is'nt nearly so enjoyable, so health-giving, or so inexpensive \V.^| as a g00(j Spjn on a 'Jenner's Special' Cycle- [COSTING £ ;a O o. It is good for many holidays. You can pay a couple of pounds for a Third-class Railway Ticket, but it will only provide you with a Third-class Holiday. A" JENNER'S SPECIAL Cycle always affords First-class Travelling at less than Third-class Fare We will meet buyers' wishes in any reasonable way in Building. Re-enamelling and Plating a speciality! Repairs of every description under- taken on the premises at lowest charges. We also stock Cutlery, Cartridges Musical Instruments, Phonographs and Records at rock-bottom prices. CD Compare the Quality & Prices of our Goods with other firms & judge for yourself "W. JENNER., -Motor and Cycle Works- The Sqre, Letterston, D. J. EVANS, The Stores, GOODWICK Respectfully calls attention to his Splendid Stock of Groceries and Provisions For the Festive Season. La1"ge Consignments arriving daily of all the Choicest Goods in the Market. HIGHEST IN QUALTVy- LOWEST IN PRICE. Finest Fruits-Fresh and Dried. Cheese, Hams, Sausages. Palethorp's Ham Sausages a Speciality. Biscuits" of all the Leading Makers. Teas of all the Finest Exporters. Everything in GROCERY and PROVISIONS at TME STORES, GQQPWICK- BRODOG TIMBER YARD, F I S H G U A B D W. MORGAN & SON Beg to inform the public generally that they have OPENED BUSINESS as Timber Merchants, And hare now in stock all lands of Timber, general Building Materials, flawing (by as Power) done on tho Premises. Orders respectfully solicited. IJAMES THOMAS, :1 6-uiidei, & Contractor, Ironmonger and Hardware Merchant West-st., NEWPORT, PEM, In thanking the public for generous patronage during the past year. desires to state that he has now Extended bis Business, adding General Ironmongery -Tools, &c., of the very best quality,- And by Supplying everything of the highest quality at the most reasonable prices, hopes to continue to merit public patronage as hitherto. All the latest seasonable and t Artistic WALL PAPERS s In every choice design. Large Stock to select from. Varnishes, Oils, fliiTts, and Hardwa-a of the highest ?rade possible. — Call and inspect the Stock. JAMES WEMYSS, R.P.C. (Registered Plumbers Company), West-street, Fishguard. PLUMBER, Hot-Water and SANITARY ENGINEER. Sheet Lead cut to size. Galvanized Iron Fittings and Piping always in stock. Estimates Free. Your Ptronage solicited Note the Address— West-street. FISHGUARD. BUILDING PLOTS FOR &ALE at Goudwicic wuhin rlose proxinrty to the Station.—Appiy, V. J. o. Joim, Fishguard,