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Sole Agent for the District for Messrs Worthington's Celebrated Mild & Bitter Ales, in 9,18, and 36 Gallon Casks. Agent for the District for Mebsrs Murphy and Messrs Jameson's & Pym's Superior Irish Porters. The ana Spirit Stores, flsbguard. Tt O sis IR, T LEW IS, Wholesale § Retail Wine s Spirit Merchant. R. L. invites attention to his choice selection of old WINES and SPIRITS. GOOD SHERRY, pale or gold, from 15s. to 30s. per doz.; superior ditto, pale or gold, from 30s. to 54s. per doz. AMONTILLADO, pale or gold,$$. to 60s per dozen. PORT of various ages, from 15s. to 54s. per dozen good CLARETS from 15s. to 30s. per dozen, INGHAM's Marsalla, Champagnes and ¡ Moeelles. BASS AND WORTHINGTON'S ALES AND GUINiEssra EXTRA STOUT IN CASK AND BOTTLES. < MESSES. BUBNARD AND ALGER'S AND W, H. GQULDING'S CELEBRATED MANURES, AND THOMAS'S QASIC PHOSPHATE. Sf i Hennessy's Brandy, Wood and Bottle. Nicholson's London Gin, Old Jamaica Rums, and Jersey Brandies. Business Notices. Established 1823. THE CELEBRATED OLD IRISH WHISKEY, FOREIGN WINE & SPIRIT STORES, PISHGUAI JE* G-EO- EENNETT &c CO. Are, still Supplying their noted Old. Irisli Wliislsey AT 18/- PER GALLON. This long esteemed Old Spirit is guaranteed a pure and wholesome stimulant. Wit and othetSpirits of Superior Quality.—East India Pale Mild Ales and Guineas' r Stout in Casks and in Bottles. H. M. LAMB, Lonaon House, Fishguara, BEGS to draw Public attention to her large and varied stock of the LATEST- STYLES IN MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS, SUITABLE FOR THE WINTER SEASON. J — Hats and Bonnets Trimmed on the shortest notice..R- REES, Furnishing, Agricultural and General Ironmonger, HIGH STREET, HAVERFORDWEST. ■■Minim mi 81 TTi • ■fiiianniimniinn< uh ■mmm wiWMiaam— Agent for the "VICTORIA" Patent Cream s. Separator. j „ BusVn«ss Notices. ——— Comptou House, Fishguard. K F. J. HARRIES j Invites special attention to his large and varied Stock of j jGreueral DRAPERY. ') Ladies Dress Materials, Cloaks, Capes, Jacket^, Corsets &c |Uso a large selection of Suitings, Ready-made Su#s> Overcoats, Covert iCoats, Umbrellas, Hats, Cap3, Ties, Collars, and Gloves. Youths' and Boys' Ready-made Suits and Overcoats. 1.1 1 ALSO A LARGE STOCK OF Boots, Sboes, ana Lesginss. The Grocery Department Is replete with a well-selected Stock.- Home Cured Bacon and Hams. Note the Address- Compton House, Main Street, Fishguard. 0 3STE!"W" SHOP3 solva. T. WILLIAMS AND SON, i WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS and DRAPERS, AND Patent Medicine Stores. v. LARGEST SELECTION IN THIS TRADE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS HAA "T" All TX DIRECT FROM. T3E MILLS—fewest Styles in Tweeds, Harrii, U I '{ I j I 1 LI Homespun, Meltons, BeaVers, Serges. ftu. Fishing Shooting, and Hunting ill I HI I 1 J 11 T^oetsa Speciality. Also Homespun, Clan Tartan, and Sergo Costume w w w ■ v 1 1 Uoths for La-Ues, specially woven in all the Latest Novelties 50 Ph i? CENT. SAVED BY AVOIDING INTERMEDIATE PROFITS—Travelling "T* I ft J I™ F™ Hi R,ug8' Shepherds Mauds, Blankets, Flannels, Rhirtiaars, Knitting Tarns I W h r IS Fxceler'ice^F^c's? P°8t'°btaining Goods of ackn°wled'ged I U UUUV/ Patterns Free f Vnme this Paper] All Parcels Free Curria, M'Dougall, & Scott, Langhaugh Mills, Galashiels,N.B A TiTi WOOL NOTE—Farmers and others cat. have own Wool Made into any of above Reduced Pficws. Pay Carriage of Wool and Fioisk&d Good# from aai to AU Partg. IfcwvftMt