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GO WEST for NOVELTIES." Y': Summer Fashions -AT- II Paris House, West-Street, Fishguard ,r_< rancis A. Davies Invites an Inspection of his Bate Do to date Novelties "'&IÕ"EI" I New Styles in Coats and Skirts, Jackets, Costume Shirts, 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 bid to 21s each. ;i 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. SPECIAL VALUE in Lace Curtains, Brise-Bise Nets, Telescopic Brass Sash Rods, Sheetings, Quilts, Calicoes, Cretonne, Hearthrugs, Carpet Squares, Straw Mats, Window Holland Blind Laces, Floor Cloths, Linoleums in 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. ggf A Constant Succession of NOVELTIES received DAILY throughout the Season. r- JUST ARRIVED A AT THE Market Square Grocery Stores' FISHGTJARB, A CHOICE STOCK OF Groceries and Provisions. Soliciing a share of public support.- RODERleJ ES (Formerly of the Castle Stores) .V .V < NOW OPEN! I —it)— r West-st., Fishguard, A BRANCH SHOP OF THE ECHO" NEWSAGENCY, Toy & Fancy Goods Business Newspapers, Magazines, & Books, &c., OR Sale.—Welsh and English Novels by leading Writers. THE SLADE TIMBER YARD, FISHGUARD. J. M. GUILD TIMBER MERCH A N T 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- sawn Boards, Prepared Mouldings, com- prising Architraves, Sashes, Sills, Skirting Boards, &c., also Split and Sawn Roof and Ceiling Laths, Wire-cut and other Nails. I 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 Bar- rows made to order. Estimates given to supply Buildings. OFFICES SLADE, FISHGUARD. 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 ADDRESS— JOB HERBERT, Cash Boot Warehouse, West Street, Fishguard I THE BUSINESS OF The CARTREF" Refreshment House, High-St., Fishguard Is now CONDUCTED at the PREMISES Adjoining the EGho P Office (Formerly occupied by Mrs SIocombe) Spacious and well-arranged Refreshment Room. Large Room for Private Parties. Accommodation for Visitors. WELL-AIRED BEDS. Prompt Attendance. Moderate Charges t L. E. WILLIAMS, Proprietress. i The Newport, Mon., 13tcam Joinery Works. D. JOHN DAViES, Joinery Manufacturer, SHOP AND OFFICE FITTER, Specialist in Church & Chapel Fittings I 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 -audPerSODat Attention.— Clogs Clogs For Home-made and Well-made ¡;¡JJ C I. e»gtel of all kinds, send your orders to W. 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. to the Docks. Rooms and I Convenient Comfortable Bedrooms. GRIFFITHS' Temperance Hotel, CAROLINE STREET, I CARDIFF. GOODWICK, Pern, tv. R. CARVER Will -ell by Public Auction at an early d<iU', the recently erected Dwelling H' use and Premises known as R. osehill. For farther particulars apply to the Auctionccr,or to Mil. V J. G. J OlINS, Solicitor, Fishguard. Market Square, Fishguard. Ready-Money Sale of well-made Furniture. A. J. HODGES Mas received instructions from the Represen- tatives of the late Mrs Martha John, Hottipas Street, to Sell by Public Auction at the above place On Thursday, August 1, 1907 The whole of the well-preserved —MODERN and ANTIQUE- Furniture Comprising solid mahogany chest of drawers (recently purchased), linen press in good con- dition, valuable kitchen dresser, strong settle kitchen and other tables, several old oak field e-back and other chairs, brass-rail bed- stead, with the usual bedroom furniture, spring-seated mahogany couch, together with the cooking utensils and kitchen ware. Sale to comluence at 12.30 o'clock. Terms, CASH. Detailed particulars on posters. Offices: High-st., Fishguard, July 17, 1907. ST. n gv I ID, s. Sale of Freehold Property. J. WATTS Has been instructed to Sell by Public Auction at the — PROSPECT HOTEL, ST. DAVID'S, On Thursday, August 15th, 1907 At 3 o'clock in the afternoon, The following desirable lots of Freehold Property- Subject to Conditions then and there read LOT I.-A DWELLING HOUSE, now in the occupation of Mr John Jenkins, having a good frontage in one of the best positions on the Cross Squ ire." 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 Ont-buildings, with three small Burgages. For further particulars apply to the Auction- eer at his Office, Letterston. Letterston, July 9th, 1907. Preliminary Announcements. -Brimaston Hall Farm,— Piuish of HAYSCASTLE. IMPORTANT C!ear-out SALE of Stock, Crop, Implements aud effects, the property of ihe late Mr James Jenkins, on Thursday and Friday, 26th & 2"1th September, 1907. J. WATTS, Auctioneer. Letterston, July 24th, 1907. Hayscastle Farm, Parish vf HAYSCASTLE. IMPORTANT Clear-out SALE of the Stock, Implements and effects, the property of the late Mr William Nicholas, on Wednesday, October 2nd, 1907. J. WATTS, Actioneer. Letterston, July 24th, 1907. NORTH PEMBROKESHIRE. Preliminary Announcement. THE following FREEHOLD PROPERTY, in JL the paiish of Nevern, will be offered for Sale by Public Auction, probably in August next CASTELL-Y-GARN FARM, of 169 acres, as Lj Mi MvAlld} uuU PENGWNDWN, nearly 7 acres, as occupied by Mr George Davies. Full particulars and plans shortly. T. RULE OWEN & SON, Haverfordwest. Preliminary Notice. North Pembrokeshire. FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, 1,770 — Acres of FREEHOLD PROPERTY, In the Parishes of Nevern, Bayvil, Moylgrove, and Newport, comprising the Farms of Cwmgloyne, Llwyngorras, Bayvil, Trecerney, Crigue, Pantygroes, Tregammon, Trellifant, Cibwr, &c. And in the Parishes of MynacUogddu 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 790 Acres, with valuable rights of common). The Impropriatorial Tithe Rent-charge on the farm of Rhydymain, Tynewydd, Trefaes, 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. St. Nicholas and Granston Flower and Vegetable Show. THE NINTH A.— 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. 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, prico Id. H. B. GEORGE ) Hoa Sccs L. EVANS ) Preliminary Notice. Letterston —ANNUAL ATHLETIC— SPORTS ———————— V WILL BE HELD ON Saturday, August 10th, 1907 f W, JENNER. Secretaries ( J. MORRIS. Letterston Horticultural Society. —THE TWENTY SEVENTH— Annual- n1"110n — Will be held On Monday, August 19, 1907 President: REV. J. REES, Letterston. Over 200 Prizes. Notice.—Entries close 4 clear days before August 9th.—Schedules to be had of the Secretary. Treasurers Mr W. J. Morris and Rev J. Rees. Secretary Mr J. Lawrence, School House. The GOODWICK— REGATTA & SPORTS -Will be held- On Tuesday, August 6th, 1907 At i.30 p.m., on the QOODWICK SANDS.- —VERY ATTRACTIVE PROGRAMME. For particulars see Placard*. A. J. ROWLANDS } H II. R. NETHERCLEFT) Uon- &ecs' Preliminary Announcement. I —FISHGUARD— Bay REGATTA —WILL BE IIELD- AUGUST 21st, 1907. Further particulars later. Newport Regatta and Aquatic Sports. THE ABOVE Regatta&Aquatic Sports 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. NORTH PEMBROKESHIRE FARMERS' CLUB. ^>1)* -Wnnu -at SHOW WILL BE HELD AT ..FISHGUARD, ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 9th, 1907. Catalogues and Entry Forms may be had of the Secretary- V. J. G. JOHNS, Solicitor, Fishguard. In the Evening, a 0 Grand CONCERT Will be given at the TEMPERANCE HALL Special Engagement of the World's Renowned Baritone, Mr. Emlyn Davies, R.A.M. (LONDON). Further Particulars will appear next week E. ANTHONY, Hon. Secretary CÐIG7vtN Agricultural Show Will be held at the —Netpool Field, Cardigan,— UJN Wednesday, August 14, 19071 —Cattle, Horses, Sheep, and Pigs.— Riding, Driving, and Jumping Competitions. Butter-making Competition. Butter & Egg Exhibition. Entries close August 6th. —Entries for Butter-making close 27th July. For Schedules apply to- D. MORGAN JONES, Secretary. re Captain William Harries Davies Deceased. ALL PERSONS having any CLAIMS against the Estate of Captain William Harries Davies, late of the Farmers' Arms, Fishguard, deceased, are requested to send in particulars thereof to me, the undersigned, on or before Thursday the ist day of August next.—WALTER JOHN VAUGHAN, Solicitor, Castle Hill, Fishguard. July 23rd, 1907. FREEHOLD FARMS FOR SALE. TO BE SOLD, by private treaty, some de- sirable FARMS, with 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 investnient.-Furtlier particulars of W. R. CARVER, Land Agent, Fishguard, TO LET, or for Sale, House and Garden, including Out-house with good Oven suitable for a Baker excellent situation, at Garnwen, Dinas Cross.—Apply, Capt Thomas James, Glanteg, Dinas. ETTERSTON.-NTew HOUSE to Let or L for Sale near Letterston Station.—Apply Mrs Havard, Letterston. aOOD Second-hand PIANO for sale £ 9 cash no dealers need apply.—' Echo Office, Fishguard. I^lOR SALE, I' ull size set of Silver-plated HARNESS, in good condition.—-Apply Echo Office. FOR SALE, a Crop of HAY in Gongot Jf Field.-Apply to T. PHILLIPS, Mount Pleasant, Fishguard. T^OR SALE, price £ 10, a sailing boat, Her Majesty," 14 feet in length and equal to new. Mast and sail quite new.—Apply, Capt Williams, St. Mary-street, Newport, Pem. EJ. MEYLER, M.P.S., Dispensing • Chemist, Milford Haven, lias a vac- ancy for an Apprentice; in or out-door full particulars on application. aAME.—To Let, Shooting Rights over TRESINWEN, Llanwnda—over 200 acres.—Apply, H R Morris, Tresinwen, Good- wick. WANTED, Second Boots for the season. Apply, Fishguard Bay Hotel, Good- wick. FOR SALE, a good second-hcind DOG CART, recently done up.—Apply J. Morris, Coaclibuilder, Fishguard. FOR SALE, several valuable Freehold Building Plots at Fishguard, Goodwick, Letterston and Dinas.—Apply to Afred B. WILLIAMS, Solicitor, Fishguard. T.J10R SALE,—A strong useful DOG CART. .1-1 —Apply to E. Griffiths, Llanwnda. TO LET, the Slang of Land, about 80 Acres in extent, known as MABWS LAND, in the parish of Mathry. Possession Michaelmas, 1907.—JFYPPLY, 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. WANTED, a Good General Hand, also intelligent YOUTH as Apprentice— Apply, LEVI WILLIAMS and SONS, Tailors for ladies and men, High-street, Fishguard. Baptist Chapel, Goodwick. TO CONTRACTORS. fjMENDERS are invited for WORK to be done I at the above Chapel, viz., Side Galleries, Seatings, &c. Tenders to be sealed and marked "Coedwig Chapel." Plans and specifications may be inspected at the Quay Road Refreshment Rooms, Goodwick.-All tenders to be in the Secretary's hands not later than Thursday, Aug. 8th.—The lowest or any other tender not necess- arili accepted.-T. JOHN, see., The Quay Road Refreshment Rooms, Goodwick.


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