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Goodwick Eisteddfod. LITE li A R Y A DJUDICA TlüXS. The fuilowing adjudications at the above eis- teddfod -hpld ou the 3rd July have been sent us for publication ESSAY OPPORTUNITY. Four essays came to hand and I class Did- ymus and" Silurian together as essays of the supertici.il type; « W. H.S.' and 'Gwltdig' as essays of the philosophical type. The form- er deal chiefly with "Opportunities" in gener- al, the latter with Opportunity" in its essence and fortunately formeas adjudicator the difference in language is as marked as the difference in matter. 'Didymus' and 'Silurian' are almost of equal merit, 'Didymus' having better language, but not such good matter as 'Silurian'. Didymus' language however is far from perfect. The chief objection I have to raise against it is its great tendency to redundancy of expression amounting often to tautology. Here is a typical sentence "If we succeed in having an opportunity that we have longed for and wished for, the more we appreciate it owing to the difficulties we encountered in obtaining the opportunity.' I fail to grasp the delicate shade of distinction between "longed for and wished for" in this sentence, and, as you will notice; the word opportunity occurs twice in this short sentence. I found it 19 times in the singular and plural in the first 3 pages. As the handwriting is by no means cramped and is really very pretty, 4 Didymus I feel sure, will allow that we have more opportunities here than we need. Will this competitor believe me that neither strength rot elegance in writing is better obtained by duplicating expressions than by saying what you mean in short, clear, crisp sentences. If your first word expressc s your meaning perfectly leave it alone. It requires no assistance from another word.If it does not, then find the one that will. The most difficult thing in landscape painting is to know what to leave out, and a study of good literary styles shews that the same principles also apply to sentence building. Silurian has more original ideas in his essay than Didymus, but it is very apparent that he is not writing in the language he is must conversant with. His essay bristles with Welsh idioms and reads like a translation. Expressions are used which no Englishman would dream of using. For instance, in the first sentence we read an opportunity lost cannot be recalled to the sorrow of an immense crowd of people." Now, this immediately suggests to an Englishman that the people who are sorrowing are gathered together in an immense crowd," a kind of Trafalgar Square demonstration of mourners over lost opportunities. A great number" or the smiple adjective many should have been used as the crowd signifies a number gathered together. This competitor would do well to study good English authors, being care- ful never to use a word unless the meaning is quite clear in his mind, for he evidently has the ability to write a good essay in a language better at command. Writing good English is a difficult acquirement to Welshmen, only to bo attained by constant practice and the care- ful reading of good models. To the cultured b Englishman our sentences often sound strange, although, not ungramatifcal. The reason being they are cast in a Welsh mould and are therefore not strictly idiomatic. To him the choice is instinctive, to us Welshmen it is a matter of labourious acquirement. Coming now to the other class which I have called the philosophical," we have to deal with the essays of W. H. S." and Gwledig" These essayists have grasped the fuller and deeper significance of the subject and have given us far better essays in every respect. They resemble one another in their ideas of the question and treat it similarly in some respects, and I would have some difficulty in deciding between them were it not for a differ- ence here again in language and style. One writes in clear forceful English a pleasure to read, while the other has encumbered his style with turgid Carlylese. 1 think 'W.H.S.'must be a young man, and it seems now-a-days as if every thoughtful young man must go through a period of Carlyle-Goethe worship before he grows to full mental stature. It is like the measles, and breaks out on him generally in an ugly unpleasant rash of inverted German idioms bristling with 'eternities and 'immensities' and 'infinities' of lopsided English a la Carlyle, and 'W.H.S.' has got it badly. This has been his opportunity to fire off on me a number of Carlyle, Goethe & Shakespeare chestnuts on The tide in the affairs of men." I owe him no grudge however for it. I went through the fever myself long ago and so can sympathise with him in bis sufferings,and I have great hopes from the thoughtfulness he displays in 1; is essay that when he likes to find that, great though they are, Goethe is not the climax of human wisdom, nor Carlyle the acme of perfect English style, he will write better English and give more of his own ideas on the average in each page. But I must commend his essay as a very good one well worthy of the prize were it not that another has come in from Gwledig", who has written an essay for which I have nothing but praise. Whoever he is he knows how to write well. The subject is a difficult one to treat, but he has succeeded in writing an essay of which anyone of us might well be proud. To him I unreservedly award the prize. Letters ton. H. A. Williams, The prize goes to Gwlediar."—The author was Mr. W. Thomas, printer, of Cardiff, son of Mr. John Thomas, Wallis, Fisbguard. Testyn y Gaduir—" Sefydlogrwydd." Daeth pumr o ymgeiswyr i'r ymgyrch am y gadair, ar y testyn Ilrddereho hwn ac er mai rhywogaeth go an3efydlog yw y beirdd eto y mae pob un o'r ymgeiswyr hyn yn llawn deilwng o anrhydedd y gadair. "Swn y Don.Alae gan y bardd hwn gynllun eang yr hwn a weithir allan gydag eni n bywiog- rwydd ond rhaid ei feio am ei fouglerwch gyda'i gorfanau. Mae corfanau dyrchafedig a disgynedig yn diiphlith diwy y llinellau, nes anmharu el gydryddiaeLh, a'i gwneud yn dolciog a difi wsief. Gallasai y bardd hefyd weithio ei fiigyrau allan i fwy o berffeitbrwydd, yn lie eu pentyru a'u cyru- ysgu fel y gwna. Gydag ychydig mwy o ofal gallasai fod yn ues i'r fuddugoliaeth. Edmund."—Mae gan Elmund gyfansod-d- iad barddonol a phrydferth, ond Did ydym yn teirnlo ei fod yn hollol ar y testyn drwy y dafn. Dylai ddisgyn ar ei destyn ar unwaith fel eryr ar ei ysglyfaeth, gan sugno ei holl waed. Uwch y Dan."— Cyfansoddiad rhagorol a barddonol a phrydferth iawn, ond teimlwn ei fod yn cyfyngu ei r.wen i un cyfeiriad yn unig-sefyd, logrwydd crefyddol. Mae sefydlogrwydd yn myd anian, ac yn myd y meddwl, ond nid yw y bardd yn rhodio ar y Uenyrch prydferth hyn. "Meudv.y'r Mynydd." — Ea,rdd rhagorol yw hwn eto, ac y mae ei gynllun yn gyfl iwn, ac yn cael ei weithio allan gyda medru.srwydd a chyson- deb. Dechreua gyda sefydlogrwydd y dderwen, ac a yn mlaen at sefydlogrwydd y creigiau, y ser ksefydlog, y seren ogleddol; ac yna cyd mara hwya sefydlogrwydd y Ciistion yn mhrofedigaethau bywyd ac yn angau, a diwedda yn briodol iawn gyda sefydlogrwydd Craig yr Oesoedd. Yr ydym yn mawr edmygu naturioideb a phrydferthweh gwaith y bardd galluog hwn. Ar Eigion ljywyd."—Ei mor swynol a meistr- olgar yw eiddo Meudwy'r Mynydd," mae hwn yn rhagori arno. Cyfyd ei awen ar ei hedyu a chwilia i bob cyfeiriad am sefydlogrwydd. De- chreua gyda rhyfeddodau gweithredocdd dyn a chrefydd, ond cenfydd- I Fod gorwych adeiladau'r byd a themJaji heirdd y Ilawr A'u sylften ar y tywod sydd ar nraeth y cefnfor mawi. A yn mlaea at deyrnasoedd y byd a dywcd- "lae Rhufain nerthol yn y llwch, c'dd uwch na Gesar fedd," &c. > Wedi hyny tremia igoff rau natur ond ni we ond "n18 a dydd," If hilf a gauaf," a rhyw fya'd a dod sydd yn y cwbl, ac wedi niyned dros bethau cadarnaf y byd, egyr yr hen Feibi, ac yno y cen fydd 4' sefydlog fawredd ar bob llaw," a "Gwel fyrdd o heuliau'n goelcerth goch, a'r byd yn ufel for, Ac amser mwyach yn ei ftdd dan sel Uywodraeth lor," A r gwyll yn ffoi o llaen y wawr-y neiol wawr- ddydd wen- A phob pelydryn gwyn yn dvveyd Caf aros byth uwchben Diwedda gyda sefydlogrwydd y nefoedd-- Mae ar dragwyddol gantau'r wlad gerddorfa yn ei gwj n, A "phlant y tonau'n" cadw gwyl a'u tanau'n fythol dyn 0 Ac O r dysgleirdeb welir draw ar nn orseddfainc wen- Canolbwynt pob sefydlog beth^-a'r Mawredd arm n ben: Ac Alpha ac O:nega'r nef yn rhyw Brenol gwiw- A sefydlogrwydd Salem Ian yn gadarn fel ei Duw; PerorullilVl:.ig aIIlHtu'r cor a gwyd llIal ymchwydd tor, A'r clychau euraidd ganant byth am sefydlog- lvrydd hon." Nid oes un petrusder yn fy meddwl wrth ddy- farnu y wobr i Ar Eigion bywyd," ac y maeyn llawn deilwng o Gadair Eisteddfod Goodwick. Ar air a chydwybod, I laaelli. J. CADIFOK SAMUKU [Y buddugwr oedd Mr. W. Thomas, 11 Gwaun- fa," C;teid)d,.I. I
NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD; At a meeting of the Carmarthen Town Council on Wednesday night, the desire of e towns meeting to invite the National LiSLeddfod Association to liold the Eist«difod t i en ln I9°9 was cordially endorsed 't H C°q)°ra.tion and the Mayor. Mr 1 N illiams, authorised to attend the Association meeting at Swansea on Au,,r 26th.
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1 TRELETTERT. I CYFARFODYDD BLYNYDDOL.—Nos Sadwrn a'r Sabbath nesaf cynelir cyfarfedydd blynyddol eglwys y Bedydiiwyr Saron, Treleltert, pryd y dtsgwylir i wasanaethu y Parch. W. C. Thoma,°, Dowlais, a'r Parch. B. T. Roberts, Marloes. De. chreuir cyfarfwd nos Sadwrn am saith o'r pI icb, pryd y bydd dwy bregpth yn cael eu traddodi. Cyfarfodydd y Sabbath i ddechreu am ddeg, dau, a chwech o'r gloeh traddodir pregeth Saesnig yn y prydnawn yn nghyda phregelh Gymraeg. Mae y ddau bregetlwr yn dra adnabyddus, a disgwylir gwleddoedd breision, a chynulliadau llu isog. SAIION.—Y Sabbath diweddaf ymwelodd Mr. D. Spenser Jones, myfyriwr o G.)lt'g Bangor, a'r eglwys yma, a gwaaanaethodd yn alluog iawn drwy y dydd.
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Pars on Passing Events. ON li.ATs.-All sorts of things depend tipon the hat a man wears. It has long been the subject of gibe.. Talking through the hat a la urban council denotes that a man is say- ing much for talking's sake. Prof Gross, of Lecpsig, has been collecting data for years, and has arrived at definite conclusions. For instance, the hat worn exactly perpendicular to the vertical axis of the head is a sign that a man is upright, but a pedant and a bore. Men who are amiable and full of the milk of human kindness wear the hat a little on one side. The wearing of the hat very much on one side is a mark of insolence and swagger. Wearing the hat on the back of the head may be taken as a proof of recklessness and being in debt the further back it is, the nearer to bankruptcy is the wearer. If the hat is worn over the forehead it indicates a man of diffi- cult temper. Beware of a man who wears that that way. 1 le has been socially disabled somehow. WHAT IS A "POT-BOILER"? The Spec- tator had the following last week which showed that pensions prevent pot-boilers." Few pensions have had happier results than that given to Lord Tennyson while he was still young. It enabled him to write with a descent sense of leisureliness. Without it an exquisite talent might have been compelled to spoil itself to some extent on "pot-boilers." There is such a thing as boiling down in every newspaper office, perhaps the above has a similar reference. It is said that competitive meetings, eisteddfodau and the like attract the pot-boiler in the race for the prizes. In such cases the subject matter ought to be labelled pot-boiled," just as some goods are made in Germany." One would then have some idea of the class of article lie is getting. LADY SHAYKRS AND PREACHERS.—The fair are stepping into the arena which man has occupied from time immemorial.Girl preachers, girl barbers, girl footballers and girl cricketters, all have their season. The girl preachers and barbers are having the glory just now. On Friday last a foreign barber, who was defendant at Whitecliapet County Court, was said by the plaintiff to have a good business in fact, his daughter was al- ways helping him to shave and cut people's hair.—Judge Bacon His daughter Does she shave people.—The Plaintiff Yes, I've had my hair cut by his daughter myself. He's got a splendid business, I swear. (Laughter). Judge Bacon Ah, St. Thomas was an easy believer compared with you., (Laughter).— Frances Bradley Storr, aged 12, of Doncaster, is conducting in Yorkshire services which are accompanied by scenes of religious fervour similar to those in Wales during the mission of E van Roberts. She is the daughter of a working woman, who is at present the police court missionary at Doncaster for the British Women's Temperance Association, and her father is a labourer employed in the town at the Great Northern Plant Works. In one month alone she has addressed more than 5,000 people, and it is said that something like 300 men and women acknowledge con- version as a result of her preaching. No WOMEN MAYORS.— Although ladies have much their own way and are able to step into most positions of honour, by sixty- one votes to forty-nine the House of Lords decided that women may not be chosen as mayors or chairmen of county councils.—This decision, carried against the Government, followed an interesting debate on the Bill to allow women to sit on local authorities, a debate marked by frank confessions from Lord Lansdowne.—Lord Monk.Bretton moved an amendment to prevent women from being elected as county or borough councillors, leaving them eligible to act as aldermen.— Lord Lansdowne, having listened to argu- ments both in and out of the House, thought that the case in favour of the Bill was strong- er than he had at first supposed. He found that there was a desire among the ladies who take part in such work to come into closer contact on the one hand with the council and on the other with those by whom the council was elected. He would vote against the amendment.—The amendment was rejected by seventy-three votes to forty-six.—Lord Camperdowq then moved the amendment to prevent a woman from being elected a mayor of a borough or chairman of a county council, Lord Crewe thought it a pity to make any such limitations, as a woman would rarely be elected to those positions. Lord St. Aldwyn supported and Lord Russell and Lord Court- ney opposed the amendment, which was carried by sixty-one to forty-ni,ne.- The Com- 11 of the Bill was concluded. I COL-SERGEAXT TOI LEWIS.—The many friends of the popular clcrk to Mr R AV Picton Evans, Col Sergt Tom Lewis, will be pleased to learn that he is shooting well at Bisley again this year. With 33 in the Daily Graphic," 34 in the Graphic," and 30 in the Daily Telegraph," he totalled 97 in the Stock Exchange Aggregate, while Corpl John Dalies, another popular and familiar figure in the Welsh Twenty Club, with scores of 32, 34, and 31, also totalled 97. The N.R.A. officials decided, after th& competition clqsed to add £ 3° t the prize list for the men who scored 97. Of these no less than 26 were counted out, and among1 them unfortunately were both the West Waliaris.
MATHRY. 1\ At the last County Council meeting Mr Mathias said that at the last meeting of the Standing n t Committee it was decided that the plans for the proposed Sessions House at Mathry were too costly. A reduction had been made of 200—Mr W Howell Walters Have you sent the plans to the magistrates ? Mr Mathias replied that the magistrates had return the plans as satisfactory, and he beg- ged to move their adoption by that com- mittee. Mr W Howell Walters proposed that the Finance Committee be asked to arrange for the loan. They must remember that the matter was urgent.—Mr Massy moved that the Finance Committee De asked to raise a loan £ 450 to-cover the cost of the erection of the lock-up and the -purchase of the site at Mathry. He also proposed that a loan of £ i5° asked for the purchase of the site at Goodwick.- Mr E. Robinson seconded and the resolution was carried.
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-+. .7 PONTVANK. SCHOLASTIC SUCCESS.—At a recent examina- tion held at Narbttrth, David Lumley Thomas son of Mr and Mrs Benjamin Thomas, Tre clyn, Pontvane, successfully gained an ap. pointment in the London and Provincial Bank, and is now at the Thorton Heath branch as clerk. There were three other candidates, one from Aberystwyth and one from Cardigan, but the Pontvane student headed the list. He was prepared at the Dinas Council School. We heartily wish him success. I
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Haverfordwest District Council — and Medical Officer. For nine years the Haverfordwest District Council have contended with the Local Government Board in respect to the appoint- ment of medical officer. There was another long discussion at W ed- nesday's meeting of the Haverfordwest Rural District Council on the appointment of a medical officer. A reply was received from the Local Government Board declining to sanction the appointment of a medical officer for the Haverfordwest district at a salary of £150, and pressing on the Council the advantages of joining with Narberth, and appointing a man for the combined area at [300. In another communication the Board said they saw no objection to the new medical officer of health being appointed vaccination officer, but in such a case he should receive a salary of not less than [600, and a condition of the appointment should be the possession of a motor car. Mr Reynolds (Treglemais), held that the Council would be cutting their own throats if they insisted on anyone having a motor-car. They should encourage the breeding of horses, and be satisfied if the medical officer of health was provided with his own steed. The Rev J J Evans said the Council had been fighting the Local Government Board Ion this question since 1898. The Local Government Board had always carried the day, and they would do so on this question. Mr Lewis (Wiston), refused to be dictated to by the Local Government Board. Eventually it was decided to ask the Local Government Board if they would consent to a medical officer of health being appointed for the Haverfordwest district only, provided he were also apointed vaccination officer.
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West Wales Silver Mine OUTLOOK FULL OF PROMISE. The silver mine, situated at Llanfairclyd- ogau, Cardiganshire, was inspected by Capt Bennett, of the Oorgoim Mines, India, on Wednesday. Captain Bennett was accom- panied by Dr Harries, of Aberystwyth. Suffi- cient samples were obtained for analysis, with which both gentlemen were highly pleased, and a good yield- is expected. The experts were conducted over the works by Mr B J Evans, J.P., Llanfair Bridge. Miners will be engaged at once to further clear out and explore the mines. A licence has been secured on this as well as on the Llanddewibreli Mine, both being on the same lode. It is hoped that further developments will prove what the experts expect-a rich and productive enterprise, which will mean much for Cardiganshire and provide work for a large number of miners.
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Half-Yearly Meeting of the Carningli (Newport) District of Oddfellows, M.U. The half-yearly meeting of the Carningli (Newport) District of Oddfellows was held at the Jubilee Hotel, Letterston, on Wednesday July 3rd, when the following officers and delegates were present:—Bros. J F Carroll, G.M., Jas. Williams, D.G.M., 0 Beynon Evans, P.C.S.; from Kernes Lodge, Bros. Thomas Thomas, P.P.GM., David Evans, P.P.G.M., Dd. Morgan, P.G., John Morris, P.G.; from Gwaun Lodge, Bros. Vaughan Davies, P.P.G.M., Benjamin A _Evans, P.P.G.M., Henry Evans, P.P.G.M., Mansel C Garnon, P.G., David W Thomas, N.G.; from Glantivy Lodge, Bros. Richard Thomas, P.P.G.M., Thomas Evans, P.G., D S Williams, P.G., William Roach, P.G., John D James, N.G.; and from Cleddy Lodge, Bros. John Thomas, P.P.G.M., Francis Thomas, P.P.G.M., and Tnomas Lewis, N.G. The Provincial Corresponding Secretary's account was examined and found correct, leaving a balance of f18 3s old in favour of the district and on the motion of Bro. J F Carroll, G.M., seconded by Bro. James Wil- liams, D.G.M., it was resolved that the account be adopted. There were documents and receipts for 17 funerals-nine from Gwaun, six from Glantivy, one from Kemes, and one from Cleddy. Total advanced by the lodges was C140, On the motion of Bro. Thomas Evans, se- conded by Bro. John Thomas, Bro. James Williams, D.G.M., was nominated as a fit and proper person to fill the G.M.'s chair for the ensuing twelve months. On the\motion of Bro. John Thomas, se- conded by Bro D S Williams, Bro. Henry Morgan, P.G., of Cleddy Lodge, was nomina- ted as a fit and proper person to fill the D.G.M.'s chair for the same period. .On the motion of Bro. David Evans, se- conded by Bro, John Morris, it was resolved that a levy of 4d per member be made for Management and Unity purposes on all mem- bers belonging to the District.
rNOW OPEN! West-st., Fishguard, A BRANCH SHOP OF THE "ECHO" NEWSAENCY, 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 CHINA, with "Fishguard Coat of Arms." Local View POST CARDS—a capita variety.—Also View Cards in frames. "1\f Of the Best kind in yj QtOypCVpQT Endless Variety. With Printed Address at from Is per Packet. 1 Envelopes to match at (;d 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 6d. and b. A Splendid Range of Children's Toys and Books. Tobacco, Cigars & Cigarettes Of the Best kind. WE thank our numerous customers for the v v generous patronage they have always extended to us, and as our West-street Branch is undoubtedly filling a public need in that part of the town, we hope to again merit continued public support.
—Cardiganshire Cancer- Treatment. -OHANGP, IN MEDICAL OPINION.- Within the last few months several medi- cal men have changed their opinion in respect to the treatment of Cancer and Tumours. They find operations and the use of the knife have a tendency to quicken the development of growth and to spread the disease through the system. It is now generally accepted, the mode of treatment which is the least painful, and which prolongs life, is the use of medicine, and such is the course uow adopted in the well-know" Car- diganshire cases. Throughout South Wales a herbal preparation, made in three strengths, has effected some marvellous Cures of Cancer ous growths, L«p"Bi Ulcerated Legs, Piles, and Skin Diseases. A large number of authenticated testimonials having already been received, aud from the numerous tests ruade, the proprietors feel convinced certain m, benefits will result from the use of the Oint- ment to persons suffering from any of the above diseases, and they recommend sufferers to give Mannina Ointment an immediate trial. Send direct to the Proprietors, Man- uina" Ointment, Maia Street, Fiabguard, Pembrokeshife,
-1 iPtiolic IN" otice. J. W. EVANS, MOTOR and CYCLE WORK FISHGUARD, H HAS NOW A CAPITAL STOCK OF T New -1907- CYCLES OF ALL KINDS. j -Also all kind of Motor and Cycle Accessories.* 4 NOTE THE ADDRESS— W WEST STRE:E:I,I FIS:B:G"U .A..R.D.. F WLatest Novelties for the Spring & Summer. « am mes man sk mm m Great Arrival of N E W [ Spring & Summer Goods From London and the Leading Markets. Wm. 0. THOMAS begs most respectfully to inform the public aatt large that he has made EXTENSIVE PURCHASES to meet t the rapid increase of trade. f NOVELTTES in Dress Goods. Trimmings, Embroidries, Lice of all kinds, Blouses TVITT?^TH JPV'8tuines,jylotor Scarfs, Pinafores and Overalls, &c., &c. n -1S 1^ePaLtmeQt y°u will fiad the largest stock in Fishguard, ^traws, Chip, Crinoline Hats, Toques aud Bonnets, English and French made up R 1r;°Wrer-\Feather8' A,1-.rett.es- M?Ilinery Ornaments, fancy and plaio Ribbons, Snks, Laces, great novelties in Ladies' Neckwear QuiMs VpiHnma XTF DRE-SS DEPARTMENT.—This department is well stocked with latest nrnJn'^i in- OUTFITTIN C ShTHs d h Df3568 4 <r'.06t1umes,maae t0 "der on the r,remise» i • n department has been wen selected in Men'* Vo ;fhs' ami bmts Starts, Dnderelothing, Hate, Caps. Ties, and Collars. ialest in shaw• quality. Call and ask to see our Extragood Pattern Book for Men's Suits VTi» t* u ••S measure from 21s. Fit and Style guarantee. ami honPQAth -aS ™ leading London Markets and made some heavy purchases, and hopes their numerous customers will come early and secure best choice oF fashions. Note Addrees- o„ TiEozMT^a, 7 —The Leading Draper, RAILWAY HOUSE, FISHGUARD.- j Letterston Cycle Works. The Cycling Season is now in full swing, AND T. WILLIAMS, The Motor and Cycle Works, HAS A FINE STOCK OF Up-to-date *> icypleff TO SUIT EVERYBODY. —CYCLES Built throughout on the Premises.— All kinds of Motor and Cycle Accessories stocked. PROMPTLY executed. Seven a Slcle Ilif l In a stuffy compartment for hours mjpgggfci (\ I ^irnl together is'nt nearly so enjoyable, so health-giving, or so inexpensive y as a good spin on a WP" Jenner's Special' Cycle COSTING JE8 0 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. Compare the Quality & Prices of our Goods with other firms & judge for yourself w. JENNBR, -Motor and Cycle Works Letterston. D. J. EVANS, The Stores, GOODWICK Respectfully calls attention to his Splendid Stock of Groceries and Provisions For the Festive Season. Large Consignments arriving daily of all tke Choicest Goods in the Market. HIGHEST IN QUALITY. LOWEST IN PRICE. I Finest Fruits-Fresh and Dried- Cheese, Hams, Sausages. Palethorp's Ham Sausages a Speciality. Biscuits of all the Leading Makers. Teas of all the Fmest Exporters. Everything in GROCERY and PROVISIONS at TMESTORES, GOOIDWICK. BRODOG TIMBER YARD, FISH G UAR-P • W. MORGAN & SON D rm the Pul3^c 8enerally that they S OPENED BUSINESS as Timber Merchants, And have now in stock all kinds of Timber, also general Building Materials. Sawing (by Gas Power) done on tho Premises. Orders respectfully solicited. IJAMES THOMAS, Builder & 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 hiffhesf quality at tbe most reasonable prices Wa to continue to merit public patronage as hitherto. All the latest seasonable and Artistic WALL PAPERS In every choice design. Large Stock to select from. II Varnishes, Oils, Paints, and Hardwares. of the highest grade possible. t — Call and inspect the — -n JAMES WEMYeS R.P.C. (Registered Plumbers JJJpany), West-street, Fishguard. PLUMBER, Hot-Water and SANITARY ENGINEER. Sheet Lead cut to size. Galvanized Iron Fittings and Piping always in stock. Estimates Free. our Patronage solicited Note the Address- West-street. FISHGUARD. BUHJÐIN PLOTS FOR SALE at -t3 GOOdWICk within close proximo f- the Stftticil.-AI)ply, V. IJ