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^■saLtslio otice. A J. w. EVANS, iOTOB and CYCLE WORKS, FISHGUARD. HAS NOW A CAPITAL STOCK OF ew -1907- CYCLES OF ALL KINDS. -Also aH kind of Motor and Cycle Accessories.— NOTE THE ADDHESS- :EST STBHEESnV X IS HQUARD. itf" Latest Novelties for the Summer.— ø_IlliJJ- Great Arrival of NEW -Summer Goods From London and the Leading Markets. fm. 0. THOMAS begs most respectfully to inform the public at tn large that he has made EXTENSIVE PURCHASES to meet the rapid increase of trade. OVELTIES in Dress Goods Trimmings, Embroidries, Lice of all kinds, Blouses and Skirts, Costumes, Motor Scarfs. Pinafores and Overalls, &c, &c lILLINERY.-In this department you will find the largest stock in Fishguard. Straws, Chip, Crinoline Hats, Toques and Bonnets, English and French made up Millinery, Flowers, Feathers, Aigrettes, Millinery Oraaraerrts, fancy and p'ain Ribbons, Silks, Laces, great novelties in Ladies' Neckwear, Quills. Vei!ing3, &c. )RESS DEPARTMENT.—This department is well stocked with latest productions in all leading Shades & Materials Dresses & Costumes made to order on the premises )UTFITTING.—This department has been wellselecteJ in Men's, Yuuths', and Boys Suits, Shirts, Underclothing, Hats, Caps. Ties, and Collars. latest in shape and quality. Call and ask to see our Extragood Pattern Book for Men's Suits. Suits to measure from s. Fit and Style guaranteed. Jrs THOMAS has visited the leading Lotfdon Markets and made some heavy purchases, md hopes their numerous customers will come early and secure best choice of fashions. -qote AddrL-ps- "TT 0 THOMA8, V V "J. -LV-L I.) -The Leading Draper, RAILWAY HOUSE, FISHGUARD.- 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 Bicycles TO SUIT EVERYBODY. ] —CYCLES Built throughout on the Premises.— I All kinds of Motor and Cycle Accessories stocked. REPAIX"S PROMPTLY Seven a Side t { In a stuffy compartment for hours together is'nt nearly so enjoyable, so health-giving, or so inexpensive as a good spin on a IflT Jenner's Special' Cycle COSTING £8 O o. i" 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. JEN3NTE3R., Motor and Cycle Works- The Square, Letterston. D. J. EVANS, The Stores, GOODWICK I Respectfully calls attention to his Splendid Stock of Groceries and Provisions For the Festive Season. Large Consignments arriving daily of all the Choicest Goods in the Market. HIGHEST IN QUALITY. LOWEST IN PRICE. 1 Finest Fruits-Fresh and Dried. Cheese, Hams, Sausages. Palethorp's Ham Sausages a Speciality. I Biscuits of all the Leading Makers. Teas of alt-the Finest Exporters. Everything in GROCERY and PROVISIONS at THE STORES, GOODWlCK. BRODOG TIMBER YARD, FISHGUARD- W. MORGAN & SON Beg to inform the public generally that they have OPENED BUSINESS as Timber Merchants, And have now in stock all kinds of Timber, also general Bailding Materials. SawiDg (by Gas Power) done on the Premises. Orders respectfully solicited. IJAMES THOMAS, 'I Builder & Contractor, lronmonger 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 his 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 Artistic WALL PAPERS In every choice design. Large Stock to select from. Varnishes, Oils, Paints, and Hardware I of the highest grade 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 patronage solicited Note the Address- West-street. FISHGUARD. BUILDING PLOTS FOR SALE at JD Goodwick within close proximity to the Station.—Apply, V. J. G. JOHNS, Fishguard. St. Nicholas and Granston Flower and Vegetable Show. THE NINTH ANUAL EXHIBITION Will be held On Friday, August 2nd, 1907 Refreshments, Hog & Bullock Guessing Com- petitions, Prize Quoit Match, aud 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, price Id. I!' j HOD. Sees. The GOODWICK- REGATTA & SPORTS v; iJl be held— On Tuesday, August 6th, 1907 At 1.31) p.m., on the -GOODWICK SANDS.— -VERY ATTRACTIVE PROGRAMME.- For particulars see Placards. TENBY TOWN BAND Will be in attendance throughout the day, when a musical treat may be expected. All entries will be positively closed on FRIDAY NEXT, August 2nd.- Saturday morning's post will be in time. A.J.ROWLANDS } „ Q H. R. NETUERCLEFT j Uon- becs' 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. Preliminary Notice. Ijetterston -ANNUAL ATHLETIC— SPORTS T»s r WILL BE HELD ON Saturday, August 10th, 1907 C F W. JENNER. Secretaries j MORRIS. CDIGÑ Agricultural Show Will be held at the —Netpool Field, Cardigan,— -ON- Wednesday, August 14, 1907 I-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. Letterston Horticultural Society. -THE TWENTY SEVENTH— Annual- QxhiMtlOTl 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. Preliminary Announcement. —FISHGUARD— Bay REGATTA —WILL BE HELD- AUGUST 21st, 1907. Further particulars later. (iWR The^ea^ U > 7 7 «JLV« Holiday Line. —EVERY THURSDAY IN AUGUST AND- SEPTEMBER Special Excursion Coaching —Tours to— KILLARNEY Via FISHGUARD FROM— HAVERFORDWEST NEYLAND MILFORD HAVEN > TENBY FISHGUARD HARBOUR. For details see Bills, or send postcard to the Superintendent of the Line, Paddington Station, W., from whom Illustrated Booklet Southern Ireland-its Lakes and Land- scapes," price 3d, may also be obtained. JAMES C. INGLIS, General Manager. 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. The Motor Grarage AND Motor and Cycle Works, West-st., FISHGUARD. Messrs Thompson and Evans Desire to inform the public that they have added to their Works' equipment and machin- ery 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. Dycle,3 *ndb Moto/a built to order. Quality and Workmanship Guaranteed. — Agents for Royal Enfield (made like a gun), Triumph, The Riley, and others-best and leading makes of machines. Plumbing and Gas Fitting. — — Engineering of all kinds. Note Address-The Motor Garage, | West-st., FISHGUARD I GOODWICK, Pem. W. R. CARVER Will së11 by Public Auction at an early d-ite, the iteeoUy erected Dwelling House and Premises known as HoseJailir For further particulars npply fcoiha Auctioneer,or tu Ma. V J. G. JOHNS, Solicitor, Fidi^uard. FISHOUARK). ESIRABLE BUILDING SITES Fur Sale, -*— situate on Wyrglodd liafel Field, ad- joining High Street, Fisbguard. These sites are admirably situated, with an entrance both to High-street and West-street; are suitable for private and business houses. Price, from 25s. to 30s. per foot frontage.-Apply to WM. R. CARVER, Land Agent, Fisbguard. — ST. nnvi Lg'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 ol Freehold Property— y 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 Square." There is a &q»ll yard at the rear thereof, and a good ffn. LOT 2.—Two COMPACT COTTAGES known as MOUNT TERRACE, St. DavffcX and a Three-stall Stable and Coach-house with loft above. At the rear thereof there4tre good Gardens, a Yard, and Out-buildings, with three small Burgages. For further particulars apply to the Auction- eer at his Office, Letterston. Letterston, July 9th, 1907. PUNCHESTON, Pembrokeshire. Important Sale of Freehold Property. MR. JOSEPH WATTS Will offer for Sale by Auction at the SWAN HOTEL, HAVERFORDWEST On SflTDRDflY, AUGUST 17th, 19»7 at 3 o'clock p.m. prompt, the Capital Farm known as Vagwrfran East. containing together 217 acres or thereabouts and situate in the.6arish of Puncbeston in the County of Pembroke. The property is ap- proached by good roads and is within easy reach of Fishguard and Newport. The property will be offered in two lots, one lot comprising the Homestead and 205 acrcs of land, and the other lot comprising the Cottage and Garden known as the MARSH with Four Fields adjoining, comprising about 11 acres. For further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEER, Letterston, R.S.O., or to EATON EVANS AND WILLIAMS, Solicitors, Havei lord- west. Haverfordwest, July 29th 1907. Sale of Shropshire Rams. J. WATTS Will hold his Annual Sale of pedigree Ram foambs at the LETTERSTON PAIR On Monday, August 19th, 1907. Entries Invited. Preliminary Announcements. -Brimaston Hall Farm,— Paiish of HAYSCAggXE. IMPORTANT Clear-oujt SA^^leif Stock, Crop* Implements and effects, Ihe property of the late Mr James Jenkins, on Thursday and Friday, S6tb & 27th September, 1907. J. WATTS, Auctioneer. Letterston, July 24th, 1907. Hayscastle Farm, Parish of 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 24bh, 1907. NORTH PEMBROKESHIRE. Preliminary Announcement. rpHE following FREEHOLD PROPERTY, in the parish of Nevern, will be offered for Sale by Public Auction, probably in August next CASTELL-Y-GARN FARM, of 169 acres, as occupied by. Mr William Morris, and 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 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 790 Acres, with valuable rights of common). The Impropriatorial Tithe Rent-charge on the farm of Rbydymain, Tynewydd, Trofaes, 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. 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, 2s lid, &c. Ladies' Sand-shoes from Is lid. Children's do. „ Is Sd. HARRY WILLIAMS, Royal Stores, — FISHGUARD, Agent for the u HOLD-FAST" Brand of Boots & Shoes. Of Nailed Boots, no doubt the HOLD-FAST is the very best on the iiiarket-always reliable. p S Boots taken to above address to be repaired are executed in two days at iatest. Urgent jobs done the same day as received.




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