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r "»■ II'««I»WII»«_EARN GO WEST for NOVELTIES." Summer Fashions I p AT Paris House, West-Street, Fishguard C>C- IWr Francis A. Davies Invites an Inspection of his NEW STO'.U'K OF Up to date Novelties New Styles in Coats and Skirts, Jackets, Costume Skirts, Under- skirts, Children's Coats and Pelisses, &c. Magnificent Collection of Dainty Blouses and Slips in DeLaines, Lawns, Nun's Veilings, Jap Silks, Voiles, Crepe-de-chenes, &c. Prices Is 6d to 21s each. Grand Stock of Black and Coloured Dress Materials, New Cos- tume Tweeds, Plain Venetian Cloths (in all colours), De- Laines, Zephyrs, Lawns and Blouse Muslins, Fancy Voiles, Drills, Oxford Shirtings, Ivory Jap Silks, Tussores, Chinese Shantungs, &c. Novelties in Lace Cravats, Collarettes, Lace Scarves, new Belts, Sunshades, Umbrellas, Corsets, New Motor Scarves, Insertions, Trimmings, &c., &c. EXCEPTIONAL VALUE IN GLOVES (every pair guaranteed).—Kid, Suede, Doeskin, Deerskin,, real Mocha and Reindeer, &c., &c. NEW FABRIC GLOVES and MITS in great variety, and all lengths. C5 SPECIAL VALUE in Lace Curtains, Brise-Bisc Nets, Telescopic Brass Sash Rods, Sheetings, Quilts, Calicoes, Cretonne, Hearthrugs, Carpet Squares, Straw Mats, Window Holland Blind Laces, Floor Cloths, Linoleums in L' all widths, &c. GENTS HATS and CAPS (Christy's celebrated makes stocked).—Gents' Straw Hats, Shirts, Ties, Collars, &c., &c. Boys Suits, Fancy Jerseys, Sailor Hats, &c. All Goods marked in Plain Figures at the Lowest Possible Prices. (t; A Constant Succession of NOVELTIES received DAILY throughout the Season. — y V, JUST ARRIVED A AT THEE Jl Market Square Grocery Stores, FISHqrUARD:1 A CHOICE STOCK OF Groceries and Provisions. Soliciting a share of public support.- RODERICK 147KRRIES (Formerly of the Castle Stores) „ .X .vv St. Nicholas and Granston Flower and Vegetable Show. THE NINTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION Will be held On Friday, August 2nd, 1907 Refreshments, Hog & Bullock Guessing Com- petitions, Prize Quoit Match, and other amusements. Also a GRAND EVENING CONCERT. —Show open at 3 p.m. Concert at 7 30 p.m.— WM. REES, Secretary. THE SLADE TIMBER YARD, FISHGUARD. J. M. GUILD TIMBER MERCH ANT Has a Large and Varied Stock of Good Building Timber (in Red Pitch-pine, White and Spruce), Flooring Boards and Match-boards, Yellow Pine, Spruce, Archangel White, American White Wood, Carolina Pine and Oak. savm Boards, Prepared Mouldings, com- prising Architraves, Sashes, Sills, Skirting Boards, <fcc.f also Split and Sawn Soof and Ceiling Laths, Wire-cut and other Nails. Speciality—Welsh Oak, Ash, and Elm, Shafts, Spokes and Felloes, Shovel and Mattock Sticks, Ladders Cart Material cut to size. Wheelblocks turned and Gates and Bir- rows made to order. Estimates given to supply Buildings. Offices — SLADE, FISHGUARD. mi -J -P -■ Boots, Shoes and Clogs A large stock of Gents, Ladies' and Children's BOOTS & SHOES For Summer Wear at the lowest possible prices. NOTE THE ADDRES- JOB HERBERT, Cash Boot Warehouse, West Street, Fishguard I THE BUSINESS OF The "CABTREy Refreshment House, High-Si, Fishguard Is now CONDUCTED at the PREMISES Adjoining thO d Echo' Office (Formerly occupied by Mrs Slocombe) Spacious and well-arranged Refreshment Room. Large Room for Private Parties. Accommodation for Visitors. WELL-AIRED BEDS. Prompt Attendance. Moderate Charges r- it/si s IAM- Prtsorietress. The Newport, Mon., Steam Joinery Work si D. J OHN DAVIES, Joinery Manufacturer, SHOP AND OFFICE FITTER, Specialist in Church & Chapel Fittings MARLBOROUGH ROAD, NEWPORT, Mon. Manufacturer of Staircases, Hand Rails, Windows, Doors, Tracery Windows. Newels, Pediment Overdoors, Interior Fittings Fitments. and every description of Joinery Work in Hard and Soft Woods. Architects' Designs carefully executed. — ESTIMATES FREE.— Orders and Inquiries by Post receive Prompt -and Personal Attention.— Clog's Clogs For Home-made and Well-made fclTCZSJLoggaB of all kinds, send your orders to I VJ. PETERSON. Wallis Street, FISHGUARD Best workmanship,best material prompt attention, and moderate charges. Letterston Fairs attended, where orders may be given. GROCERY. The Vergam Stores, WEST ST., FISHGUARD, Are well-stocked with a capital assortment of Fresh Groceries and Provisions. Nothing but the Best Stocked. Soliciting a continuance of the excellent public patronage already extended. J. D. WILLIAMS 3 MINUTES FROM .W.R. STATION. Convenient to the Docks. ^e^r>00mS' -1—J-vir J GRIFFITHS' Temperance Hotel, (I CAROLINE STREET, CARDIFF. ST. Sale of Freehold Property J. WATTS Has been instructed to Sell by Public Auction at the — PROSPECT HOTEL, ST. DAVID'S, — Early in AUGUST next, The following desirable lots of Freehold Property- Subject to Conditions then and there read :— LOT I.-ADWELLING HOUSE, now in the occupation of Mr John Jenkins, having a good frontage in one of the best positions on the Cross Square." There is a small yard at the rear thereof, and a good garden. LOT 2.—Two COMPACT COTTAGES known as MOUNT TERRACE, St. David's, and a Three stall Stable and Coach-house with loft above. At the rear thereof there are good Gardens, a Yard, and Out-buildings, with three small Burgages. For further particulars apply to the Auction- eer at his Ollice. Letterston. Letterston, July 9th, 1907. Trinity College of Music, London. The NEXT EXAMINATION will be lield JL in Fishguard early in November. All Information respecting the Examination can be obtained from the Local Secretary. T. H. CAREY, A., Mus. T.C.L. Summer Footwear. Men's Tan Boots. Tan Glace Kid or Willow, from 8s lid. Canvas Shoes, Black or Brown, 2s lid, 3s 6d, 4s 6d. Tennis Shoes from 2s lid. Ladies' Black, Brown, or White Canvas Shoes, Is lid, 2s 6d, I 2s Ild, &e. Ladies' Sand-shoes from Is lid. Children's do. Is :5d. n 51-1 HARRY WILLIAMS, Royal Stores, — I FISHGUARD, J Agent for the — HOLD-FAST" Brand of Boots & Shoes. Of Naiiecl Boots, no cloubt the HOLD-FAST is the very best on the jitarket-ativays reliable. P C Boots taken to above address to be repaired are executed in two days at latest. Urgent jobs done the same day as received. GOODWICK, Pern. W. R. CARVER Will fell by Public Auction at an early date, the recently erected Dwelling House and Premises known as Roselaill. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer,or to MR. V J. G. JOHNS, Solicitor, Fishguard. Hermon Chapel, Fishguard. THE FIRST ANNUAL EISTEDDFOD Will be held at the above Chapel On August Bank Holiday, 1907 A capital variety of competitive items have been arranged, and programmes are now ready, price Id. H. B. GEORGE ) „ „ L. EVANS J Hon* Secs* Preliminary Notice. Lietterston —ANNUAL ATHLETIC— SFOBTS -m WILL BE HELD ON Saturday, August 10th, 1907 ( W. JENNER. Secretaries M0RRIS> Preliminary Announcement. —FISHGUARD— Bay REGATTA -WII,L BE lIELD- AUGUST 21st, 1907. Further particulars later. The King Cure for Burns and Scalds. On Top of the List. In Use for 100 Years. Every Sailor should carry a Bottle- of R. W. WOOLCOCK'S WORLD-FAMED Arabian Oil Embrocation The great Cure for Burns, Scalds, Cuts, and Wounds of all kinds, Piles, Sea Boils, Sprains, Bruises, Boils, Itch, Pimples, Car- buncles, Warts, Corns, Mosquito Bites, Ring- worm, Chilblains, Sore & Tender Feet, &c. It is used to-day by Sailors in all parts of the world also by Marine Engineers. Mothers, save your Children from Burns and Scalds keep a bottle ready for use. Sold at Barry Dock by Mr. W. E. Rees, Chemist, Holton-road. Cardiff-Mr Howell Phillips, chemist, Bute-st. Fishguard-Mr. T. Meyler, chemist. Goodwick-Mr. D. Llewelyn, Solva-Mr. G. II. Lloyd, Clynderwen-Mr. H. Morris Newport, Pew.-Mr. D. A. Davies, M.P.S. Or direct from the Sole Proprietor, for 1/1- R. W. WOOLOOCK, Cardigan. Also for Veterinary use in Bottles, Is. The Motor Garage -AND- Motor and Cycle Works, nr% West-st., FISHGUARD. Messrs Thompson and Evans Desire to inform the jjublic that they have added to their Works' equipment and machia- erf of the latest type to deal with Motor and Cylce work. A fine New Enamelling Stove-the largest in the County—has just been installed, and they are now able to deal with all kinds of repairs. Plating and Enamelling a speciality. Cycles and Motors built to order. — Quality and Workmanship Guaranteed. — Agents for Royal Enfield (made like a gun), Triumph, The Ililey, and others-best and leading makes of machines. Plumbing and Gas Fitting. — — Engineering of all binds. now Adcir^s-ijke Motor Garage. West-st., FISHGUARD ^—a———————————— Fishguard Pembrokeshire. APPOINTMENT OF INSPECTOR OF NUISANCES AND SURVEYOR. THE Uib '.n District C, unciI of Fishguard i. iuvitea Applications from persons qualified to perform the duties of the .abjvej 'int. ollice. The person appointed will be required to reside in Fi.- ligu.trd, to itavote the whole of his time to the duties of th offices, to the u=u il security for the due performance of his duties, he must hold a certificate of competency from the Royal Sanitary Institute, ar:d certifionte of competency in Building Construction. A knowledge of the Welsh language is desirable. The salary for the joint nppoiutment will be £80 per annum, subject to such future apportionment between the two offices as in ly be approved of by the Locai Government Hoard. The appointment as Inspector of Nuisances will be made fcubj-ct to the approval of the Local Government Board. Applications in candidate's own handwriting, stating applicant's age, experience, when able to commence duties and enclosing opies of not more than three recent testimonials must be forwarded to me, the undersigned, under cover, endorsed "Inspector and Surveyor," later than Satur- ¡ day, the 3rd day of August, 19U7. The appointment will be undo on Mind LY, the 19ih August, 1907, and in the first instance for the period to 31st. March, 1908. Canvassing by cuniid ites will dis iuilify. A. J. HODGE. Claik to the Count 1. Offices—High-street, Fishguard^ July 16th, AN APOLOGY. T the undersigned James Evans, of Glyny- -*•) mel Terrace, Lower Fishguard, heieby APOLOGISE to Mr J. S. EVANS, TYCANOL STORES, PONTVANE, for having uttered slanderous and libellous statements concerning the conduct of his business, in which I charged him with deliberately and wrongfully cheating his customers in the weighing of their goods and produce, and I hereby declare that all such statements made by me were absolutely FALSE and without the slightest foundation, and I express my deepest regret for having uttered the same and unreservedly withdraw every word thereof. I further declare that during the period of about three years I was in his employ I found him endeavouring to give his customers perfect justice. I further con- sent that this apology and withdrawal be pub- lished and agree to pay all costs in connection therewith. Dated this llth diy of July, 1907. (Signed) JAMES EVANS. Witness — ALL-U^D B. WILLIAMS, Solicitor, Fishguard. Preliminary Notice. North Pembrokeshire. fpOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, 1,770 Acres of FREEHOLD PROPERTY, In the Parishes ol Nevern, Bayvil, Moylgrove, and Newport, comprising the Farms of Cwmgloyue, Llwyngorras, Bayvil, Trecerney, Crigue, Pantygioes, Tregammon, Treilifant, Cibwr, &c. And in the Parishes of Mynachlogddu and Llangolman one-third undivided share in the Farms of Portispant, Danygarn, Cwmcerrwn, Gorsfach, Yethen, Alltygog, Trellwyn, and Pentrithel, and one-fourth undivided share in the farm of Plasdwbwl (together with about 7UO Acres, with valuable rights of common). The Impropriatorial Tithe Rent-charge on the farm of Rhydymain, Tynewydd, Trcfaes, and Pantgwyn, in the parish of Bayvil. Also one-third undivided share in the manor of Mynachlogddu, &c. Full particulars with Plans, &c., are being prepared and may be obtained, free of charge, on application to Messrs T. RULE OWEN & SON, Auctioneers, Haverfordwest; or to Messrs PRICE & SON, Solicitors, Haverfordwest. FREEHOLD FARMS FOR SALE. TO BE SOLD, by private treaty, some de- sirable FARMS, witli Suitable Buildings, situate within three miles of the rapidly developing town of Fishguard, the whole be- ing well-watered and fenced. This property is offered at a price that would make it a sound investment.—Further particulars of W. R. CARVER, Land Agent, Fishguard, TO LET, or for Sale, House and Garden, JL including Out-house with good ave. suitable for a Baker excellent situation, at Garnwen, Dinas Cross.—Apply, Capt Thomas James, Glanteg, Dinas. T ETTERSTON.—New HOUSE to Let or for Sale near Letterston Station.—Apply Mrs Havard, Letterston. WANTED, an Errand Boy.—Apply, W Chemist Shop, Goodwidk. F.ASTERERS WANTED.—Apply, R. LISTER, Pen CW, Goodwick. AME.—-To Let, Shooting Rights over VJT TRESINWEN, Llanwnda—over 200 acres.—Apply, H R Morris, Tresinwen, Good- wick. TT^OUND, last week, WATCH and CHAIN. L Owner can have same on giving des- cription.—Apply to Mr A. J. Hodges, Auc- tioneer, Fishguard. WANTED a good GeneraLSERVANT.— Apply, Mrs Lewis, Preswylfa, Good- wick. IJIANG FOR SALE; upright iron grand JL splendid condition superior tone; full trichord; cost price 40 guineas; willing to take half. Photo and further particulars at Echo Offices, Fishguard. NOTICE is hereby given that a MARE, I\ now Impounded at CLAWDDCERRIG POUND, will be sold on Thursday, the 25th day of July instant, at 7 o'clock in the even- ing, at the said Pound, to defray expenses, unless previously claimed by the owner or owners.—Dated this 10th day of July, 1907.— DAVID EDWARDS, Pound-keeper. WANTED, Second Boots for the season. Apply, Fishguard Bay Hotel, Good- wick. FOR SALE, a good second-hand DOG r CART, recently done up. Apply J. Morris, Coachbuilder, Fishguard. tjlOR SALE, several valuable Freehold Building Plots at Fishguard, Goodwick, Letterston and Dinas.—Apply to Afred B. WILLIAMS, Solicitor, Fishguard. 171OR SALE,—A strong useful DOG CART. J —Apply to E. Griffiths, Llainvnda. _u- WANTED, a Good General Hand, also intelligent YOUTH as Apprentice.— Apply, LEVI WILLIAMS and Soxs, Tailors for ladies and men, High-street, Fishguard. TO LET, the Slang of Land, about 80 Acres in extent, known as MABWS LAND, in the parish of Mathry. Possession Michaelmas, 1907.—Apply, J. WATTS, Auctioneer, Letterston. TO LET, with possession on September 29th next, PENDWBLE FARM, in the parish of Llanfairnantygof, comprising of 283 acres or thereabouts of good pasture and arable land.—Apply to W. R. Carver, Estate Agent, Fishguard. —HOUSE AND GARDEN TO LET.— TO Let at Michaelmas a good House and .i_ Garden to a careful man as caretaker of stock and do general work.—Jordanston, Letterston. KTotioe. RE MARTHA REED (Deceased), LATE OF PWLLE, LETTERSTON, R.S.O., PEM. ALL CLAIMS against the late Martha j"TL Reed must be sent in on or before the loth of August, 1907, after which date her Estate will be distributed.—To JAMES REED (Sole Executor), Noyadd Cross Roads, Boncath, R.S.O., South Wales. Newport Regatta and Aquatic Sports. THE ABOVE Regatta'&AquaticSports Will be held on Tuesday, August 6th, 1907. For list of events see Programmes Id each to be had from Mr T. B. REYNOLDS, Hon Sec. — STUD BOAR. — ryyo SERVE, at Maildy Issaf, a Pedigree I Large Yorkshire Boar (bred by Chas. Spencer, Esq., Holy well Manor.—Fee 2S.


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