St. David's Flower Show. To tha tkUtor -.f the '• Count*- Eciio." ;ei '.rks of your corre^p Qtient 'A \I-JI Wisher' in attributing the njischieft oi cutis the Jeek in a certain competitor a garden to jealousy. The lacts of the case cuist Le well-known to him. A few ye,r8 ago Otlle individual visited the samo garden and did a bit of mischief therein. A c. mpetiior was at the tune having the blame of doilig it, and jealousy was attributed as the cause, biu a le while the perpetrators of the UiiscLief made a confession of their sins, with the result that the person accused was proved ati-I that the incident had uo connection whatever with the show. And another cry was raised that someone had been d< fetioyijig, in another gardeu. some of the best articles intended for competition, aud a probable competitor was suspected of committing the deed, but shortly afterwards it became an open secret that the deed was done by the competitor himself/accidentally or through iieglect-orinions d ff-r. Surely, in the lights or the above facts it is unfair for your correspondent to cast such insinu- ation on any comp titor. I would like to know agaiust whom would he enforce his five years suspension 1 l e whether against a competitor for bunging a false charge against anotnei competitor, or against a compr titor Z5 because there was a possibility of him being guilty of doing such an unworthy deed. Yours, &o., no CIIVVAREU-TEG.
Pembrokeshire Independants. Quarterly meetings in connection with the Independent Sunday Schools of the North Pembrokeshire district were held at Capel Mair, Cardigan, on Wednesday of last week. The delegates present from the Sunday Schools were—Capel Mair, Mr J Thomas, Napier-street Tyrhos, Mr J Richards Penygroes, Mr J Nicholas Capel Dcgwel, Mr Thomas Seiby Antioch, Mr E Roes Liwynyrhwrdd, Mr S Jones. The following ministers were also present :-Itevs T J Morris, Cap,?! Mair; J G Morris, Newport J Gregory, Brynberian J Evans, Gideon E D Evans, Pcnygroes T D Evans, Tyrhos E J Lloyd, St Dogmacl's and E Evans, Hope Ciiapel, Cardigan. The subject for discussion was "The whole armour of God," on which each of the delegates read papers. Services were lickl in the afternoon and evening, when effective sermons were preached by the Revs T D Evans, Tyrhcs J G Morris, Newport J Gregory, Brynberian and E D Evans, Penygroes.
To the Rev W. Reynolds, Hendre Appended lS the successful poem at Croes- goch Eisteddtod on Whit-Monday last, to the Rev \V. Reynolds, iiendre, for his generosity in presenting to the Baptist Church at C'roes- goeh a plot of ground for the purpose of a graveyard. The author of the poem is Mr W. Howell, schoolmaster, Trevine. Bury the dead, the loved ones sweet, Under the sud beneath our feet Let them sleep in their peaceful bed, Heaven's blue alone overhead Digging graves, disturb not their cot, Leave them there, 'tis a sacred spot, Made sacred through the long, long years, With sighs, and sobs, and bitter tears. Croesgoehiaid weep, there is no room To bury corspc or open tomb The graveyard's tilled, bones in its sod, Ha another acre of God Is freely given—now there's room For all to have their chosen tomb; To sleep their last long sleep so near This sacred shrine, to them so dear. Shall we not weave with leaves and llow'r Crowns for the hero of the hour Shall we not praise the bounteous deed "NMiieli gave this graveyard in our need t Love in the heart speii.s gifts in hands, Gifts countless as the seashore sands Precious as rubies ever rare, To love's sweet objects, free as air. Love does not even keep a note, Nor e'er can name its gifts -by rote It asks us ever while we live, What it can do, what it can give Reynolds! thy love is evergreen, Witness this gift as we have seen: Whate'er sympathies warm thy heart The church has still the warmer part. Croesgoeh, where in the Master's name Thy shining gilts were all aflame Burning with love and holy zeal For Christian faith and sinner's weal. Spirit of Truth, the heavenly dove, Gave life, and zeal, and warmth, and love. Thy comrades then are ever near To thy warm heart, and ever dear. The graveyard given in our need To show thy love is poor indeed, Though poor compared with love and trust Sacred to keep our dear ones' dust. We honour thee 'tis our poor part For gen'rous gift and noble heart, This token of thy love so true Kindles our love to thee anew. Age follows age with din and roar As billows on the pebbly shore, And each its changes awful bring; But all acknowledge Death as king. Centuries long will pass away With all their changes and decay, Ere that grave's dug beneath this sod, The last one in this acre of God. As travellers hail with joy the morn, So generations still unborn Will greet thy gift with heart aflame And honour and revere thy name Who saw their last and pressing need As witness this thy noble deed. Generous deeds like good seeds sown Will each produce its like, its own, In many a good and fruitful field, And harvest great to virtue yield. Example is as true and strong In aid of right as 'tis for wrong, And actions good we all must dejm More glorious far than what they seem. Thus Reynolds dear, thy act of grace In giving froe this sacred place, Is as a rill which joins the flood Of human progress just and good, O 1 blest is he who in his day Assists this progress in its sway, Till earth is full of truth and grace, And virtue beams in every face. "AWEYUD Y GLYN."
LEULAU, CASTELLNEWYlJDBACH. Ymwclodd Ysgol Sul Beulah ag NVCti,, k 23ain cylisol, ac ni gawsoni ddiwrnod rhagorol o fwyn- had. Yr oedd llonder i weled ar bob gwedd yn ptod y dydd. Y r ocdd y tywydd mor braf fel ac y byddai yn bechadurus ynom i fod modd arall. Cawsom feuthyg y cae yn ymyl capel y Beilyddwyr fel arfer, ac ni a gawsom bobl gareilig y Temperance Hotel i'n gwasanaethu fcl ac y maent yn pvneuthur bob blwyddyn. Macut yu werth i ni ofyn am eu carcdigtwydd ar ddydd ein hymweliad a hwynt; rhoddant etl gwasanaeth yn serchog a rhesymol. Nid rhyfedd i ni doti allan i gami droion yn ystod y dydd gwnaethom liyny ar 01 yr ymhorth bureuol, ac wedi i ui gael ein prydnawnol un ni a ganasom yn hwylus o dan arweiniad y brodyr Morgans a Wat-kins. Syndud y fath unoliaeth ddangoswyd gan bawb o honom er ein mwyniant yn ystod y dydd. Temtir ni i geisio rhuddi darluniad o'r olwg hapus ocdd ar bob un o honom yn ystod oriau'r dydd, ond barnwn mai gwell peidio dechreu er lawyn gofod, ond (lywldwri hyn fed sirioldeb gwcdd bob un o honom o'r Uesgaf hyd y mwyaf ^sgafndroed yn ddigon i argyiioeddu unrhyw un ein bad with ein boiid, ac ni ddifjwyddudd yr un daniwain i neb o honom. Cawsom bawb yn serchog i Iii, ac yr oeddem ninau yn serchog with bawb. Yr oedd yr hen fur yn ein croesawi cystal ag ericed pan yn cym- eryit ein jmolchfa ilynyddol. Ilyfiyd oedd cael ymdrcchi ein hunain yn ei fynwes. Yr ydym yn meddwl i bawb i ymddwyn yn lied dda o weddus yn ystod y dydd. Darfu i tua 15U Hell ragor gyfranogi u'r darpariaethau oedd genym, a rhyfedd y canniol yr oedd pawb o honom ar y te, fel pe na buasern wedi cael te erioed o'r blaen. Ae y mae yn dda genym feddsvl fod Ysgol Sul ac eglwys Leulah inewn sefyllfa lied dda o lewyrchus yn bresenol. Yr ydym wedi bedyddio 15 yn dtli- wcJdar yma, ac wedi ilerbyn ereill drwy lythvrau TtC °, e^'thgiiiad. Hjderwn y cawn weled Hwyddiant mawr ar grefydd yn Sir Benfro y dyddiau nesaf yina. Y peth nesaf sydd genym ar droeu ydyw Met cymanfa gerddoiol. liwriedir ei chynal vn Smyrna, C.ismael. Bu pwyllgor yn ulah nos Lun yn trefnu ar ei cliyfer. Rhoddir go leu dvdd i'r manyhon o beithynas iddoynfuan, feddichon Nid oes dun yn well i cglwys na chadw mewn llawn gwaith o nyd. iniaid sychu ein liysgrif bir yn aWl, gan obeithio, gan nad faint o gyfnew- idiadau gymera le o hyn i'n hymweliad blynyddol y ilwyudyn nesaf ag W dig, y bydd wn ar eingoreu oil o honom fel pleidwyr daioni, ac felly tra yn cacl bod ar y ddaear. Diolch am yr yindrech ddangosir gan Ysgolion Sill ein gwlad gyda'u gwaith. O am fwy etto.-TygCIIFAB.
Only One Second between Time and Eternity, and-" SOME time ago a wealthy Company Promoter was, with several friends, taking a short cut along a portion of the Highland 0 Railway near Grantown, where there is a very deep and almost perpendicular cutting, a very sharp curve, and (ex- cept for a goat or a monkey) no possible egress within fully a hundred yards. The party con- sisted of four gentlemen and three ladies. When about half way through the cutting they were overtaken by a railway porter who, almost breathless with haste, informed them that by running they had just time to get clear of the cutting before the express due at that spot at 3.301 passed. Each member of the party 2 instantly consulted his or her watch—all valuablo gold ones—but no two of them agreed, nor did any of them agree with that of the railway porter. My friend felt sure the porter was wrong, and tried to assure his friends that there was plenty of time and no need to hurry," but the railway porter was obdurate and implored the party to run for their lives, himself setting a brilliant example. Seeing the porter sprinting hard, the ladies took fright and followed, and instantly the whole party were running as if the express were at their heels. And so it was The last of the party had just rolled over into a ditch at the end of the cutting when the express thundered past. The cscape was so narrow (not one second of time) that the ladies fainted, and for, perhaps, the first time in his it e life, the ConlplllY Promoter uttered a prayer of thanksgiving, lie had lived a somewhat reck- less life, and as he afterwards explained to me, "It was only a second between time and eternity, and-" But he did not finish the sentence; he was evidently thinking of his previous life. But," I asked, how was it that only the porter's watch was correct? I thought your watch was a very costly one." Yes, so it was, I paid J680 for it. But I offered it to the railway porter in exchange for iiis—a very ordinary looking silver watch—but would you believe it, he simply laughed at me, ami exclaimed, Nae, nae, Sir Mine's a Benson [ dinna want ony o' yer rubbish!" "And," added my friend, "I can now say with the porter, Mine's a Benson, direct from their Steam Factory on Ludgate Ilill."
HERE AND THERE. At a meeting of the executive committee of the Cardigan Show, which is to be held on the 10th of August next, a resolution was passed to communicate with the county M.P. with a view of his Majesty being approached on the question of allowing the same exhibits as will be shown at the National Show at Aberystwyth to be exhibited also at the Cardigau Show. Csrnegie and Welsh Church.—According to the Liverpool Mercury, Mr Andrew Oar- negid has undertaken to defray half the cost of building the proposed new oilyan at St Deiniol's Welsh Church, Upper Parliament- street, provided the other half be raised by the congregation. The proposed organ is estimated to cost between £ 250 and S300, towards which a sum of f35 is in hand. Some of the poorer churches in Wales ought to take the tip and appeal to the multi- millionaire for alms. A somewhat unpleasant surprise was the experience ot a St Dogrnell's fisherman. Re- turning from fishing he hung his trouseis to dry on a bush, and on re-seeking them he found a snake about a foot long coiled inside. The accompanying expressions may be more easily conceived than described. Abergwili Palace, the residence of the Bishop of St. David's, which was destroyed by fire some time ago, is to be re-built. The contract has already been let. The lash is as much in evidence in the navy as in the army of Russia. It is not that punishment is meted out only to those who des-rve it, but it is taken for granted that discipline can only be enforced and maintain- ed by a process of terrorism. The little difficulty with the cockle-gather- ers in Carmarthen Bay is ended. They have come to see that the regulations framed by the Milford Haven Fishery Board are neces- sary, and are really intended to protect their interests, with the result that the rules are, on the whole, loyally adhered to. The in dustry is the chief support of some 300 families along Carmarthen Bay alone. Quarter sessions for the counties of Gla- morgan, Pembroke, and Brecon were opened on Tuesday. There are 31 cases for trial in Glamorgan, two in Pembrokeshire, and none in Breconshire. Judge Gwilym Williams at Cardiff made some further remarks on the relation of drink and crime. Eisteddfod on the Randi-The Welshmen seeii; to have spread themselves over the eartn almost as the Scotsmen. Theie are enough of them on the Hand to successfully C, -ate inaugurate au eisteudfod, which was held at n Johamiesbuig on Empire Day. Amongst the competitions were a bla.lZ'io on The Gold Digger and a deaciiptive poem on .1 The Veidi," u that local colour was not wanting. Try our streaky, pea-fod breakfast bacon always I Supply Stores.
THE LATE PREBENDARY R. J. LLOYD. All that was mortal of the late Prebendary Lloyd, uncle of Sir Marteine M. Lloyd, of Bronwydd, were brought from Dolwen, Abcr- porth, where he died rather suddenly on Sunday night, for interment in the family vault at Llangoedmore Churchyard, near Cardigan, on Thursday afternoon. There was an immense gathering, the principal gentry of an Iiiii the Tivyside being present as well as trades- men from the town and farmers and cottagers from 10 miles round. There were 30 clergy in robes and several unrobed, as well as a num- ber of Nonconformists. The chief mourners were Captain Treharne (brother), Sir Marteine Lloyd (nephew), Mr Owen Lloyd (nephew), and Major Lloyd. The clergy who oiliciatcd were the Revs R Bowen Jenkins (vicar of Llangoedmore), T Morris (curate), — Jones, Llangunllo and Wm Powell, Newcastle- Emlyn. An English hymn was sung in the church, and the well-known Welsh hymn, "0 fryniau Cacrsalcm," concluded the service at the graveside. So numerously attended was the funeral that not half the number present could gain admission to the church.
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SOLVA. Si,o.-t.s.-At a meeting* of the Reading Room Committee on the 21st inst, ever which Mr G I) Harries. J.P., presided, it was de- cided to hold athletic eports on August lS,b in aid of the Reading Room fund.—See advt Horeb, Iiendre Cross.—The attendanca of both ju veniles and adults at the school held on Sunday last for the first time in the new ,I HoreD" fu!!y justified the errection of a ciiapel at Jlen-iie Cross for the use of the numerous Bapiisi brethren residing in that district. There were expressions of appreci- ation on all bands,-ln the evening a prayer meeting was held in the new chapel, this again being well attended. The [lev W Reynolds, Hendre, attended and took part in the scrviee, delivering a most effective address. Tea Treat.—The annual tea treat and entertainment in connection with Middle Mill and Solva Baptist Sunday Schools came cff on Thursday of last week in capital weather. After meeting each other mid-way the two schools formed into one long pro- cession and marched through Solva to Middle Mill, where a capital spread awaited them and to which full justice was done, tea being served at the schoolroom alld on the chapel grounds.—In the evening a miscell- aneous entertainment was held in thi chapel, the Rev T Davies (pastor) presiding in his usual homc-iy aud masterly manner. A lengthy programme was gone through and where everyone did so well it would be invidious on our part to make any special mention of names. Suffice to lny that the afternoon was most enjoyably si ent by one and all,
MABNCLOCHOG. The Brass Band made a good niaik at the Haverfordwest eisteddfod last week. Taking into consideration that the band is only eight months old, they did excellent work; although the Pembroke Dock Military Btnd secuied the prizj. they had uniy one mark moie than the MaenclooLog baud. This speaks for it- self. We congratulate all the members and the bandmaster, and wish them every future success. Our coffee trade is increasing constantly. Ouly one quality kept-tlij yery best.— Fishguard Supply Stores.
Cancer on the Increase. An Oilicial and authoritative statement upon the above subject proves without doubt, by comparative statistics, that Cancer and Can- cerous Growth is lately on the increase amongst the inhabitants of Great Britain and especially so, Ireland. Unfortunately up to now medical men and scientists have not been able to account for this alarming state of affairs or provide a remedy. An Ointment called MANNINA has established a won- derful reputation in South Africa, and about 18 mouths ago the preparation was brought to this Country, and has since been carefully tested in a limited area in the County of Pem- broke, Wales, with most satisfactory results, and has effected several Certified cures of Cancerous Growths, Lupus, Piles, Eczema, Blood poisoning, &c &c. This remarkable pre- paration can be obtained of all Chemists at Is lid, —s Vel. and Is Gd per pot, for Ulcerated Wounds, Blood-poisoning, Eezcma, &c.; and 2s Utl, 4s (3d, and 8s Gd per pot, for Cancer, Tumours, Lupus, &c. or will be sent post free direct from the Proprietors, MAIN-STREET, FISHGUARD. The Ointment may bo obtained from the Minuana" Ointment Co., Main-street, Fish- guard, or from Mr Thos Lewis, chemist, Fish- guard F D IMiiilips, Haverfordwest 11 A Williams, Letter*ton Albert David, St David's; riiilipph & Co Mathry J Williams, Newport, Pew. T Alvyler, chemist, tr-bgnani; and D. Llewellyn, chemist, Goodwiek, &c.
CASMAEL. Smyrna.—Llanwyd jiwlpud yr eglwys uclioil prydnawn Sul iliwcddaf gan y Parch J. Phillips, gweinidog y lie. Cafwyd pregeth ganddo ar y geiriau canljnol: Canys daeth loan heb na bwyta nac yn yfed, ac meddent, y mac cythraul gaiiddo. Daeth Mab y Dyn yn bwyra ac yn yfed, ac nieddant, wele, ddj-n glwth ac yfwr gwin, \"C n yr liw yr cafwyd gwas- anaeth Mr Richard llowells, Trefach, ger Tref- draeth (jieiud o eglwys Caersalem). CaiwyJ. pregeth neillduol o dda ganddo ar y geiriau melus yn Luc xix.,10 Canys Mab y Dyn a ddaeth i geisio ac i gadw yr hyn a gollasid." Mae can- moHaelh neillduol iddo gan y Smyrniaid fel pre- gethwr natuiiol a melus. Dyniunwn iddo bob ilwyddiant gyda'r gwaith l>wysig y mac wediym- gymend ag ef.—Mae ysgol Sabbothol Smyrna yn ° ^ewyrchus ar hyn o bryd o dan arolyg- laetli Mr liowen Lewis, Martell 1!ridge. Dymnnol lawn i yw ^weied dynion ititiiiiie. yn gwneud m goieu gyda r ysgol Sul a'r cy rildau gwcddi. lreainlod.l31iu gGnym „q1 &t d(Je;lil fod i arch Jonn Morgan wedi rhoddi gofal eglwysi I o )ve Mae ef wedi bud yn iiynou o \\a ig.n a Hwyddianus yn yr eglwysi uci«»'l yn .ystod yr mnser byr y inae wedi bod yu en hugeho. —Disgwyur y p.ircll Gyni(,r Jjewi,s A hertawe, L di addodi ei ddarlith boblogaidd ar "tfair >' ^y Cjpel uchod nos Fawrth nesaf. Ni ryfedihr gwe ed rhai canodd yn bre- senol, gan fod y dailithydd mor enWug, y lie mor ganolog, a'r d w yn myned at achos mor deitwng.
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POiSTVANE. The interment of the remains of Mr Henry Lewis, farmer, Vagwrlas, Pontvane, who died on June 18th at the early age of 47 from chronic rheumatism, took place on Thursday last at Jabes, Gwaun Valley-that sylvan spr)t-tle prettiest in the whole realm of natire-wl.,ose serenity is made harmon- ious by the cheerful notes of the buds. One might tour the length and breadth of the earth yet find m sweeter resting place for the time-wi.ru and wearied frames in human shape. The very thought of lying in that sacred glade of the Gwaun, when the time comes, cannot be other than sootliing.- Deceased was highly esteemed by all who knew him for his kindly, even disposition, his faithfulness to the church of which he was deacon, and for the many admirable traits in bis character as a man. He leaves a widow, two sons and a daughter to mourn their sad loss. At the house the worthy pastor, Rev J LI Mori is, officiated in sorrowful tones, in keeping with the mournful occasion. The cortege wended its way to the burial ground of Jabes, where the Pastor, Rev B Thcmas, Letterston Rev J Phillips, Puncheston, and the Rev J W Maurice officiated in turn. There was a very large concourse of mourn- ers from all parts of the district, conveyances being very numerous.—Fittingly appropriate with the deceased's character, the text, chosen by the Pastor for the memorial sermon on Sunday next at Jates, is. "Wen done thou good and faithful servant."
GIG HARNESS. Full size £ 4 2s Gd. Cob sizes £ 3 15s. Pony size £ 3 0s. Cob or business cait harness £ 4- 10s. Strong van harness £ 4. Fanners' strong cart harness f*" the abovy are hand-made in our own factories. Heavy cart saddles and breechiJlgs, V> bellvbandri 3s 6d. Plough pads, 3il11s. 13n- tish Government back bauds anil tugs 10s (jll. Cart collars 5s. Steel hames with hooks Is Gd per p dr. Black waterproof cart cover OiL Gin by 6ft Gin. Is Gd. Men's brown leather British Government navy belts Gd. All goods sent. on approval. Illustrated catalogue post free on ap- plication to JAIDINJ- contractor to H.M. Govern- ment, NOTTIXGJIAM. The North Pembrokeshire Farmers' Club. THE ANNUAL Exhibition of Stock In connection with the above Society will be held at FISHGUARD, On Thursday, August 4, 1904 W. R. CARVER, Secretary. PUBLIC NOTICE. JAMES M. THOMAS, West Street, Fishguard (formerly with Mr David Morgan, Brodog) HAS OPENED BUSINESS as Builder, Joiner and Under- taker, &c., and respectfully solicits a share of public patronage and support. Note the address- West Street, Fishguard. Preliminary Announcement. Goockuiek Clothing LUarehouse ARTHUR J. ROWLANDS (Of Haverfordwest j, Begs to announce to the inhabitants of Goodwiek and District that he WIL OPEN AN Up-to-date Outfitting & Clothing Establishment At the fine New Premises opposite Goedwig Chapel, EARLY IN JULY. Bespoke Tailoring a Speciality Great Bargains IN BOOTS AND SHOES at prices to suit all pockets. Men's Boots from 38 lid. A choice selection of Ladies Shoes from 2s lid. Also in stock a large assortment of Children's Boots and Shoes from Is 6d. Try our 83 lid pair-special for Pier Work- men—they can't be beaten. Call and inspect our window and judge for yourself. Our prices are so low because our terms are strictly cash. Note the Address JOB HERBERT, Boot Warehouse, West Street, FISHGUARD. Mr Frederic G. Palmer, Associate of the Royal College of Organists (Certificates: The Associated Board of the Royal Academy and lioyal College of Music; the Incorporated Society of Musicians, London (honours), and Trinity College, London). -Gjves Lessons- In Organ, Pianoforte, Voice Production and Theory of Music; also personal or correspondence lessons in Harmony, Counterpoint, etc. HIGH STREET, FISHGUARD. NEWS AGENCY BUSINESS Direct Delivery of London Dailies (to be had on arrival of the 3.45 p.m. train) each day. STATIONERY! Nothing but the Best Class of Station- ery Stocked, and of which a splendid var- iety is always kept. Account and Copying Books, and Files of various kinds kept in stock, in fact we supply Everything in the Stationery Line, including all kinds of School liequisites A fresh supply of Local and other Pic- torial Post Cards just received. Eoho" Offices, Fishguard. REFRESHMENTS I M. H. SYMiVIOMS, High Street, Fishg uardp, Begs to announce that she has OPENED Refreshment Rooms, and respectfully solicits a share of public 1 patronage. Not open on Sundays. j FARMERS I Your Sheep need not be worried by the Fly" Striking: QUfBELL'S POWDER DIP prevents it. Get a supply without delay from Mr. D. AUGUSTUS DAVIES, Chemist, Newport, Pent. Quality is the Test of Cheapness. All our goods are guaranteed to be of the finest quality obtain- able. 21b. Pots of Plum and Apple Jam, 6d. 21b. Pots of Crosse and Black- well Marmalade, 8d. Try our Green Peas in Packets and loose—the best in town. Home Cured Hams and Bacon. American Cheddar and Gorgon- zola Cheese. Harris' and Pale- thorpe's Sausages and Pork Pies fresh daily. Sugar for Toffy, 1 ad per 1 b. Muscatelles Reduced from Is to 8d per lb. W. D. Griffiths, Castle Stores, FISHGUARD. Planting Trees and Shrubs by the Sea or in other places. Messrs TRESEDER & Co., Landscape Gardeners and Nurserymen, Truro, Cornwall, (Established 1848), Undertake to design Gardens, Improve old Gardens, Make new Gardens, Make Rock Gardens, Make Rose Gardens, Make Pleasure Gardens, Make Perennial Gardens, Make Flower Gardens. Advice is given Iree. They have had 40 years experience in many countries, and can bring to your doors the choicest scenery. Please write to the firm to Truro, Cornwall, for large illustrated catalogue now ready, free by post. Removal of Business. J. G. MARTIN, Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician, FISHGTJAED, Wishes to inform his numerous customers that he has Transferred his Business to London House, Market Square with a Choice Selection of English and Foreign Watches and Clocks, Gold. Silver, and Art Jewellery, Solid Silver and Electro Plate, Leather and Fancy Goods, &c. Repairs of all kinds skillfully executed on the premises. J.G.M. will also carry on business as News- agent and Stationer. Peter Williams, STATIONER, AND FANCY GOODS DEALER, — Castle Hill, FISHGUARD. — QPLENDID SELECTION in usual Stationery lines; Sixpenny Cabinets do., Standard Books, Account Books, Albums, Ladies Hand- bags and Work boxes, Spectacles, Pocket Knives, Razors, Fountain Pens and Stylographs, from Is upwards; Pipes, Pouches, Purses, Pictorial Post Cards, Presentation Sundries, lishing l^ods and superior Trout Tackle, Stephens Inks, tobaccos, Cigars and Cigarettes. Capern's superb Bird Seeds, &c. To the Inhabitants of Fish, guard and District. M. JONES (formerly IN the employ of Mr W. JAMES, Draper), begs to announce that he has Opened Business as Draper, Outfitter and Gents' Mercer, AT THE u: EAd:FO £ ?,xxj3vc," HIGH STREET, FISHGUARD. Men's Cure Free ioi Neivous Diseases of all kinds. The prescrip- Hon CURED ME IN 21 DAYS, although I had suif- eied for years from a debilitated, broken-down nervous sysLctn. I wiJl scmI the prescription to any sufforor who t-ncloscw a stamped addressed envelope. It is a guaranteed SURE CUHE for Iservous Debility of every kind, and will restore all the nervous organs to a healthy condition, no matter how long the sufferer has been aillicted To prove my words I will send a PREE SAMPLE to all sufferers. Address W. MORGAN, Esq., 26, Randolph Street, Camden Town, London, N. W. Na.mcthispaper Important Announcement. j T. PticliarcLs Son, 1 TAILORS DRlPERS LETTERSTON, Beg to inform their numerous customers that they have just received a fresh Consignment of & NEW GOODS FOR SPRING AND SUMMER We can always supply the followingCord Trousers, from 4s 6d to 7s 6d Rainproof Coats, from 14s 6d to 21s; Cloth Suits, 20s to 30s, but we can't re- commend them, and no honest tradesman would ever think of doing so. There might be Drapers who have the conscience to push goods of this class as all- wool garments, when they know them to be nothing better than rubbish. We recommend the followingCord Trousers, 9s 6d to 10s 6d; Suits, 35s to 45s and upwards Rainproof, 25s to 40s Ordinary overcoats, 35s to 45s. We now hold the Best and Largest Stock of Cloths in North Pembrokeshire. In soliciting the kind Patronage of the readers of this announcement T. RICHARDS & SON guarantee that every garment will be made up and dealt with under their personal supervision. O. Thomas, The Lead.1ng RAILWAY HOUS E FISH GUARD. SPRING AND SUMMER FASHIONS. A more Dainty and Tasteful Selection never shown. Charming Models from the Leading Designers of Fashions Dress Goods. Dress Goods in the latest fashions. Beautiful Art Shades. A choice assortment in stock of the newest Materials. I Have Opened A NEW DEPARTMENT IN DRESS MAKING where the best syles can be obtained at moderate prices being the work of highly qualified hands. Beautiful assortment of pretty Blouses and Dress Skirts Our fine new Stock will be found correct in every detail, and very Smart and Stylish. We are now showing the latest creations in London and Parisian Millinery, including all new Trimmings, Infants' Dresses and Millinery of every description. Our Gent/s Departments are now well stocked. All Mournino- Orders promptly executed. Suits to measure jrom 25s 0 An early inspection of my new goods is specially invited. We Lead—Others Follow. Mr D. Davies, of Wolfscastle, won First Prize at Tenbv Sports on May 23rd, in the One Mile Open Scratch Bicycle Race Riding one of my make Machines. If you wish to leave all Riders behind you must ride Jenner's Special, which runs like a dream. <" -r:' Machines Built of B.S.A. odie Fittings, from. £10. Plated Rims \I! f j" N Wheel, Two Rim Brakes, in- r i eluding Bowden Back Rim Brake v i1i^l^?,,ld^1^ccessories- Frame built of V '#T double Butted Tubes and Genuine Back Stay Tubes. Accessories of every description Stocked. —MOTORS OF ANY POWER BUILT TO ORDER — Trial Runs can be arranged.—Call and Inspect my Goods before going elsewhere Price and Quality cannot be beaten by other Firms. REPAIRS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION UNDERTAKEN. Note only Address— JBNNER, Motor and Cycle Works Tne Square, Letterston. HEALTH AND STRENGTH. Nature's Best gifts are those that contribute towards health and strength. Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters. gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters. Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters. ill, £ he active principie tf the best remedial agents (Sarsapar- la, Burdock, Gentian, Lavender, Saffron, Dandelion, and Quin- ine) constitute Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters. Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters. Gwilynl Evans' Quinine Bitters. Health has many handmaidens, and all depend on strength of nerve and muscle. We exact too much from these in the daily competitive struggle for success in life, and we have to suffer in consequence Indigestion, Weakness, Nervousness, Flatulence, Low Spirits Sleeplessness, Neuralgia, Loss of Appetite, Chest Affections' Liver Complaints. » The Best Remedy is Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters, G\vilym Evans' Quinine Bitters. Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters. Beware °f Imitations. See the name "Gwilym Evans" on Label Sfcamn an* Bottle. S°l(1 everywhere in bottles, 9d and 4s Gd each, or will be forwarded carriage free, on receipt of stamps, direct from the Proprietors, Quinine Bitters Mann' faeturing Company, Limited, Llane'.ly, South Wales. The Eeb<=) has by far a larger circulation than any other local newspaper and this fact should not be overloo/ced by business people For General Printing Work the equipment of our Office is not surpassed, if equalled by anv office in the county—everything being up-to-date, and all work under the supervision of the Proprietor. Our work speaks for itself and the unsolicited patronage we receive is a sufficient guarantee we give our customers satisfaction in workmanshin and charges. A