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-pli -il'i A a -r. Spring & Bummer Goods. Of "Li-I u -,in ii.-i e i 8BT CALL AMD SEE S. .J. aÅ._ ÍfJ_J Grand Selection of Spring and Summer Dress Materials, Costumes, Blouses, Capes and Mantles. SEE ALSO HIS EXCELLENT Excellent Stock of Men's Suitings, Ready-made Clothing and Suits to order, before placing your orders elsewhere. S. EVANS, Fountain House, Newport, Pem. CYCLES! CYCLES! CYCLES! _i———^ W. R. Eynon & Son, Fishguard, Gas and Water Engineers, and General Ironmongers, Beg to announce that they have OPENED a MOTOR AID BICYCLE DEPARTMENT at their new up-to-date Premises, and are Agents for the fol- lowing high-grade Cycles—EAGLE, NEW HUDSON and other makes at prices unapproachable by any other house in the three counties. The ROVER Cycles supplied. We buy our Goods in large quantities at the right markets and are able to sell at rock bottom prices. GAS FITTINGS a Speciality. A grand selection of the very best Fittings now on view. All Classes of Engineering undertaken. Estimates Free. Farming Machinery, Washing Machines, &c., supplied at prices to suit all Buyers. Call and inspect our stock it is unsurpassed anywhere. W. R. Eynon & Son, Fishguard Spring and Summer Fashions —AT — ————" FISHGUARD. FRANCIS A. DAVIES Beys to announce that he has just i-eceived a New Stock of Up-to-date Novelties suitable for Spring and Summer wear, comprising of NEW Dress Materials in Voiles, LEoliennes, Etamine, Covert and Vigoreux Coatings, Venetian and Zibaline Cloths, etc. NEW S ilin Tussores, Shantungs, Ivory Japanese Silk at old prices NEW Delaines, Zephyrs, Muslins, Sateens, Prints, Flake Linens. NEW Collarettes, Laces, Insertions, Gloves, Belts, Corsets, Um- brellas, etc. NEW Lace Curtains, Cretonnes, Quilts, Floor Cloths, Hearthrugs, Tray Cloths, ctc. Special Line. Floor Cloths, 2 yards wide, painted back, Is 6d per yard. NEW styles in Ladies' Coats and Skirts, Jackets, Costume Sir ts, Under-s irts, Rain and Showerproof Coats, Golf Capes, Feather Boas, etc. NEW Blouses in Silks, De Laines, Nuns Veilings, Muslins, etc. Special Delivery of Ladies Sailor Hats. Gents' Hats and Caps (Christy's) Shirts, Ties, Collars, Gloves. Boys' Suits in great variety. All goods marked in plain figures. Best value anywhere obtainable Fishguard Motor & Cycle Works Machines made and repaired on the premises by skilled Mechanics. Accessories, etc., always in Stock. Agent for Fisbguard for the following Makers of el HARVESTING MACHI3STERY, Woods, McCormick, Milwaukee, Iascy Harries, Hornsby and Howard. King's Elevator for Stacking Hay. Good Assortment of Mowers, Hay Tedders, &c Sole Aflcnt for MELOTTE CREAM SEPARATORS. All the above makes were shown at the Bith and West Show, attended by J.W.L. who disposed of a number of thefamou3 Machines, arid made large purchases of same ggp3 Gas Fitting Department. Latest Patterns in Brackets and Pendants, also Incandescent Burners and Mantles. Public attention is drawn to the splendid way the Shops have been fitted with Gas ;Brackets and Burners by our skilled Mechanics- Quality and effectiveness speak for themselves. Estimates Uiven Free, J. VV. Evans, Motor & Cycle Works, West-street, Fishguard I -Visitors to Fishgiiard. The CARTREF HIGH-STREET, FISHGUARD (Opposite the Echo Offices) for Re t r esh. ments. Prompt Attention and Moderate Charop-s. L. E. WILLIAMS. 0 PRICE OF COAL. PRICE OF COAL. TOE very best House and Steam Coal, 22s per ton Newport Coal, 20s; Oulm and Lumps, 138 per ton. Special prices for Truck Loads. Lime and Best Buff, Red and Fire Bricks to order. Samples of Bricks to n be seen at weighbridge office, Goodwick. S. H. Hughes, coal-merchant, Goodwick. We have just received a large stock of new pictures from 6td. Splendid value.- Fishguard Supply Stores. Preliminary Notice. Solva Athletic Sports Will be held on Thursday, August 18th, 1904. Further particulars in future advertisements Preliminary Announcement.. AN El rrEDDFOD Will be held at Trevine On Friday, Sept. 16th, 1904 —Adjudicator of Music: Mr J. HARRIS,— Narberth. Male Voice (not under 12 in number) "Sail- or's Chorus" (Dr Parry). Prize YI. Chief Choral (not over 30 voices), Dyddiau dyn sydd fel glaswelltyn" (T. Davies, Ebbw Vale). Prize t3. Programmes now ready, price Id each, per post lid. Miss DOROTHY THOMAS, Sec., Trevine, Letterston. It is essential that the Public should know that the O'Connell Cash Stores, DUFFRYN BRIDGE, Goodwick; Have just now a grand display of Fresh New, High-class, Sound GOODS, in all Departments, and which are marked at prices never before seen in Goodwick. See our Boys' Suits at 53 per suit, Men's Suits from 12s 6d up to 40s per suit, odd Coats from 6s upwards, odd Vests, Is 9d, well-cut Serge (plain or ribbed) Trousers at 3s 6d and 6s 61 per pair, Serge Working Jackets, 2s 9d, Dungarees, 2s 3J, Working Men's Moles (White or Drab), 6s Gd per pair, Cords 6s 6d per pair, and as our stock is large to select from and try on, a perfect fit is guaranteed in each case. In our GROCERY and PROVISION DEPARTMENT, Sound Bacon at 6d per lb and Cheese at the same figure cannot be beaten, so come and sup- port the pioneers of cheap prices in Goodwick. The Working Man's Providers, The Cash Stores, Goodwick TO FARMERS. Mr J. W. EVANS, of Fishguard, is our Sole Agent tor 1^01, tor the sale of our World known Harvesting Machines, and Farmers, we are confident, will be best served by purchasing their Wood" Mac- hines and Parts from the above, and we can bespeak for them Mr J. \V. Evans' best at- tention. We would advise Farmers not to purchase from parties who may have secured our Machines, or who may hereafter secure them, iu a surreptitious manner, and who use them as decoys to sell Machines that are not so favourably known. Over 1,400 First Prizes have been award- ed to the Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines since they were first introduced in the United Kingdom. L- Last year they secured at Bebbington the only Gold Medal awarded to Harvesting Machines in the United Kingdom. On 7th June, 1904, the First Prizs was awarded to the Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines, at Kat Katrine Holm, Sweden. WALTER A. WOOD M. & RM., Co., 36, Worship-street, London, E.C. Important Notice. Removal of Business. M. II. T. MAURICE Having re-built the fine Premises near CASTLE HILL, begs to announce that he has opened it with all the latest in HIGH-CLASS TAILORING. AT THE WEST-END HOUSE the public may have Suits to Measure at the lowest prices, and made under the direct per- sonal supervision of the Propri- etor, whose Experience, Style, Fit and Quality of work is un- equalled in the county. Don t be pcvsiiadal into Qtviiiy orders for Bespoke Goods said to be made on the premises, by drapers, but come to The West-End House, and i-eceive satisfaction in every way. Note the address- M. B. T. MAURICE, West End House, West-st., Fishguard fT^O LET, the newly-built DWELLING JL HOUSE, situated at Penslade, Fish- gnard containing parlour, dining room, kit- chen and scullery, with bathroom, six bed- rooms and out offices. Possession may be bad March 25th. Apply, Mrs Capt Thomas, Stanley House, Goodwick. Preliminary Announcement. Sale of Freehold Property. W. R. Carver Has been favoured with instructions to Offer for Sale by Public Auction at an early date the Freehold Farm of Tycoch, Situate at LETTERSTON, and now in the occupation of Mr Wm. Thomas, together with TWO COTTAGES adjoining. For fuller particulars apply to the Auction- eer, or to Mr J. T. LEWIS, Solicitor, 54, Chancery Lane, London, W.C. Park House, Fishguard, June 1,1904 NANTSUE FARM, Parish of NEVEltN. Mr E. P. JENKINS Has been instructed to Sell by Auction at the above place On Monday, July 25th, 1904 the following Live Stock, Trap, &c., (the property of Mr Wm Howells), viz., Mare by Trustful,' 3 suckling colts by York,' cow, calf, bull, 7 lambs, 4 sows with litters, don- key cart with small springs, pony trap and silver plated harness, quite new. Harmony, Pencaer. TRADDODIR DARLITH Y n y lIe uchod —Nos Faturth, Awst 9fed, 1901— Gan y Parch E. Watkins, Caslwchwr. TESTUN "Oriau Hamddenol." Cadeirydd-W. REYNOLDS, Ysw., Trehowell. Drysau yn agored am 6.30. I ddechreu am 7 o'r gloch. Mynediad i mewn: Is. Preliminary Announcement. A BAZAAR. In aid ot the Women's Home Mission Association and kindred objects will be held at Whitchurch Vicarage, Solva ON Thursday, August 11th, 1904. WANTED, an Improver to the Shoeing and general Jobbing; also an Ap- prentice.—Apply, J. Williams, blacksmith, Pontiago. FOR SALE, two medium SEWING MACHINES (for Tailors), Singer's and White's, in good condition a bargain.— Apply, T. Griffiths, Middle House, Wolfs- castle. ANTED, at once, a capable NURSE to WANTED, at once, a capable NURSE to tt take charge ot three children three other maid servants kept.- %pply, Mrs J. C. Yorke, Langton, Dwrbach, R.S.O. BICYCLE FOR SALE capital condition; equiltonew; suit working1 man; a bargain.—Can be seen at Echo Office. rpO LET, DWELLING HOUSE and situaiuMft'tjr^hi wen, l5inas Cross. Possession next Michaelmas.—Apply, Mrs Capt James, Ashgrove, Dinas Cross. a WANTED, at once, strong and respect- able LAD as apprentice to the Car- peutering trade. Apply, James Thomas, West-street, Fishguard. WANTED, APPRENTICES for the DRESSMAKING. — Apply, Mrs Stevens, Dyvrig Villa, West-street, Fishguard BRICKS KOR SALE.—Just arrived, a large Cargo lrom Porthgain.—Apply, David Nicholas, contractor, Goodwick. TO LET, SIRIOLE, Goodwick, on the 29th September next, containing three sitting and six bedrooms, kitchens, &c., gar- dens.—Apply, Rose Cottage, Good wick. TO BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS. mENDERS are invited for the Erection of ± a DWELLING HOUSE at Penslade. I The Plans, Specifications, and Contract may be seen, and a form of Tender obtained at my Office. Sealed tenders are to be sent to me on or before the 23rd July next. The lewest or any tender will not necess- arily be accepted. —W. R. CARVER, Park House, Fisbguard, June 29th, 1904. TO LET, No. 5, Vergam Terrace, West Street, Fishguard, containing two sitting rooms, kitchen, larder, four bedrooms, and the usual out offices; with water laid on. Imme- diate possession may be had.-A pply to W, R. Carver, Fishguard. DRESSMAKERS. Wanted, at once 11) Experienced Hand; also Improver and Apprentice.—Full particulars of Philipps and Co., Mathry. rpHE MAENCLOCHOG TEMPERANCE JL BRASS BA>TD, of 22 performers, are open to receive Engagements. Terms, mod- erate.—Apply, BANDMASTER, Maenclochog. TO LET, about 12 Acres of good Pasture and Arable LAND, rich Meadow, Cottage and Garden, and out houses complete. Possession next Michaelmas.—Apply, Mrs Wood Brynhenllan, Dinas Cross. NOTICE.—-From July 1st to end of Sep- tember, THE COACH will leave New- port daily at 7.30 a.m., to meet the 10 a.m. train at Crymmycb Arms; at 2 p.m. to meet the 4.30 p m. train leaving Ciyminych for Newport on arrival of the 322 and the 7.10 p.m. trains. 1). O. THOMAS, proprietor, Cromlech House, Newport, Pern. TO LET, Furnished, or APARTMENTS, during the holiday Season, Caerdegan House, West-street, Fishguard, and near Goodwick, Pem., suitable for family draw- ing-room, dining-room, and four bedrooms. Within two minutes walk of sea front.-For terms and particulars, apply-Mfs Burge, Caerdegan House, Fishguard, Pem. HOUSE TO LET. TO LET, with immediate possession, a DWELLING HOUSE and Garden, in Main-street, Fishguard, lately in the oc- cupation of the Rev Morlais Davies.—Apply, V. J. G. Johns, solicitor, Fishguard. TO LET, the DWELLING HOUSE and Garden known as Craig-y-don, situate at Windy Hall, Fishguard, as at present in the occupation of the Misses Thomas.-For particlars, apply to W. T. S. Tombs, solitcior Fishguard. North Pembroke^ Water & Gaa c„. IMPORTANT NOTICE. THERE being consict" WAarnrn MISUSE of the ^le Notice is Hereby Given tilPany s "■. f wasting the Company's any Cistern, Pipe, Ball or bF» or (° of repair, so as to cause a was" (f liable to PLNALTY OI "p POUNDS Also, all persons supplied < th(j *0om; pany s Water arc liable to a 1 -H. T my OF FIVE POUNDS if they supply t<f\,J;* suffer others to use it, and persons ^mcr'the water without having agreed with Pnm pany, are LIABLE ALSO to a like
FISHGUARD. Now due, a cargo of Beat Large 11">1 Coal.-Apply, Cuthbert Thomas, Fishguari FISHGUARD. Now due, a cargo of Beat Large IU„e Coal.—Apply, Cuthbert Thomas, Fishguari To and from Goodwick. —The owners conveyances plying between Fishguard anc Goodwick station desire us tj announce that from and after July 1st the fare will be 4d each way. In Praise of Fishguard.-A writer who has been descanting upon c. Resorts with Re- cords," says Fishguard, on the noith coast of Pembrokeshire, is unique in more ways than one. It is one of the very few places where seals may still be seeu on the coast. I More curious still, on the headland called Pen Diuas are found a few of the almost extinct Welsh wild gotts Fishguard has also many rare wild birds, and her natives declare, not without reason, that no other plnce in the country has a more equable temperature all the year round. St David's, which is near Fishguard, is the smallest city in the kingdom, its population being only 2,000."—A bit of history ready for revising. Bjard of Guardians —The Guardians met on Wednesday of last week at the Board room, Haverfordwest, when Mr W Geo James, Llysoronen, gave notice that at the next meeting of the Board he would move the following resulutioti :That this Board draws the attention of the Poor Law Con- ference to the desirability of instituting a better system of communication between the Relieving Officers of the Unions of England and Wales, and that the officers be instructed when any question or inquiry is made by a brother officer, to use every endeavour to give reliable information." A very useful resolution and worthy of adoption. Cricket Concert —The attendance at the cricket club concert at the Temperance Hall on Friday evening last was not by any means commensurate with the abilities of the artistes nor adequate to the woithy object, that of augmenting the funds for the new cricket pitch on Penwallis. Several opinions are advanced to account for the descrepancy viz., other less deserving attractions and the growing fastidiousness of local concert goers. There is some truth in the saying that a man never becomes a prophet in his own country. The same principle applied to local musical talent goes far to solve the paucity of mem- bers at the cricket club concert. May be the temptation to spend the time out of doors during the splendid spell of glorious weather overcame the desire for hearing the repetition of tuneful songs and excerpts by the many gifted artistes of the place. In face of these circumstances there can be no question that there is a certain hankering alter out- side talent and this factor doubtless sets up lukewarm appreciation. However,those who attended the finer and more elevating perfor- w vuu c.xiriL/ivivtx of brute force, enjoyed a very pleasant even- ing. The Vicar of Fishguard kindly took the chair in the unavoidable absence of Mr E D Jones, J.P., Tower Hill and London. In his opening remarks he referred to the healthy pastime cricket afforded as a means of recreation and its claim to public support, regretting that there were not more present to give encouragement to the pioneers of the improvements as well as to the artistes, all of whom gave their services gratuitously. Miss Davies, Paris House, opened the programme with a neatly executed piano solo which found deserved appreciation. All the artistes gave pleasing evidence of their ability, each receiving hearty recognition. Mr Scowcroft, of the Letterston Cycle Works, provided the comic element in his usual pleasing style arousing calls of I encore.' Mr W L Williams proposed a hearty vote of thanks to the Vicar for presiding, and to all those who had assisted with the concert. The Vicar, in return, thanked all present for their kind attention, and support of the cricket club. To the arti,tes they owed their hearty thanks for they had given an excellent performance under adverse circumstances. They might have had a longer but not a better programme, but this would be enlarged at their next concert in the course of a month or so. They would quite understand how very difficult it was to speak or sing or play to a compara- tively empty hall. It mattered not how small the building might be if it were filled and only required a dozen to do so; but he was sure they would all go away satisfied at having enjoyed a treat, and those gentlemen who clamoured for encores would receive a bigger thrashing at the wickets than they had done that day (laughter). For himself he was only too pleased to do all he co.uld for the success ot the cricket club, and he bad pleasure in proposing a hearty vote of thanks to the captain (Mr W L Williams) for the interest be always evinced in the sport and the club he coupled the name of the vice- captain, Mr J J Morris, and the secretary Mr T B Evans. The vote of thanks to all who bad taken part was then carried and Mr James Owen gave Hen Wlad fy Nhadau,' C3 the audience joining 10 the refrain. The proceedings then concluded. The programme was as follows: Part I: Pianoforte solo. Miss Davies solo, Alone on the Raft,' Miss Bessie Narbett; solo, 'Lads in Navy Blue,: Mr J. U. Richards; solo, 4 Guiding Light, Miss Lottie Phillips recitation, I Breach of Promise, Mr J. Evans; duett, Very Sus- I picious, Miss Narbctt and Mr J. Owen; Scowcroft. Part II: song, The Shades of the Palm,' Mr A. B. Williams song, Darling,' Miss Nellie Symmons; Tke Bugler,' MR A. J. Stevens reci- tation, Grwraig fach bert yw ngwraig fach *• .VaUs; song, 'Angus Macdonald,' Miss Maggie Bevan; comic song, Mr Scow- croft. Cricket Uub.—The following is a further Ibfc subscriptions to the Cricket Club fund—Mr euhill, 2s (not Is as repoited last week) Dr G. J. Williams, 2" 6d; Mr A. J. Williams, Hong Kong, 10* 6d; J. G. M., 2s; Mr C. J. Radford, 2s; Mr A. B. Williams, 2s 6d; Mr J. M. Guild, 2s (id. Lifeboat.—The following is a list of sub- 15 scriptions received towards the Lifeboat fund Capt W. liewan 5<, Mr J. 15. Howen 10s, Mr J. C. Bowen us, Lord CawdorC2 2s, Miss Clark 10s, Messrs Eaton Evans and Williams 10s 6d, Capt Titus Evans 5s, Rev W. Evans 5a, Mr Owen L. Harries £1 Is, Capt John Howells 5s, Mr O. Jenkins 10s 6d; Mr J. Jenkinson 10s, Rev T Johns 5s, Mr F. Jolly 10s 6d, Mr E. D. Jones XI Is, Lord Kensington f2 2g, Capt A. G. Lewis 5s; Ilev J. A. Owen 10s, Col Porter fl Is, Mr R* P. Reddick £1 Is, Capt D. M. Symmons 5s, Mrs Thomas, Trehale 5s, Mrs M. A. Thomas 5s, Mr W. J. Vaugiian 5s, Mr W. T. Walters 5a, Mr LI. Y. Williams 5s, Mr W. H. Winterbothaill £1 Is, Mr J. C. Yorke £ 1, sums under 5s, £ 3 19: 6d. Half-net proceeds of tho;i! 'ic;il entertainment at the Temperance Hail by Messrs ii ler Stevens' Company, £ 4 half of offertory at the. Cranston Church "harvest festival servic.3, per Mrs Harries, Tregwynt, 10s 8d. Contribution boxes: Com- mercial Hotel 18s lOd, Cornock,hairdresser 21 61d, Glendower Hotel Is, Great Western Hotel 7d, Hope nnd Anchor Is Old, Hotel W yncliffe 3s 3d, No 1 Bott house 5s 7jd, Rose and Crown 3s Id; total, C27 I Is Sd. The annual meeting of subscribers to the Fishguard branch will be held at the Market Hall, Fishguard, on Thursday next, the 7th inst., at 4 o'clock in the afternoon.—The "Secretary of the Parent Institution, in his letter to the honorary Secretary acknowledg- ing the receipt of the balauoe sheet and vouchers of the Fishguard branch, referred to the help of all the local honorary otlicials round the coast who so kindly looked after the branches and stations of the Institution, which he stated was so much valued and appreciated by his committee,and that without the voluntary help which was thus so nni- rormly and zealously given and so thankfully *«ceived it would be quite impossible to mintain aud carry on the great life-saving w0k of the Institution. *«ceived it would ba quite impossible to mintain aud carry on the great life-saving w0k of the Institution. watta Meeting.-A meeting of the Fish- 0 oliaIyRegatta Committee was held on the 0 eveDinof last Thursday at the Commercial Hotel, .1,:1' J. C. Bowen presiding. Capt Symmonsrjroposej and lr T. H. Evans sec- onded that Vegatta be held at Fishguard. I n Lhis created ijve]y discussion and protests froui the Goo^wje]jjan3 present, and who thought it quite unfair that the event should be helk for the third year in succession at Fishguaxd. Mr Roweu explained that the regatta emanated from Good wiek, aud the arrangement was that it should be held alter- nately at Goodwick and Fighguard. An amendment was proposed and seconded that the regatta be held at Goodwick but after prolonged discussion the resolution was car- ried.—It was decided to hold it on Tuesday. August 23rd.-A unanimous vote that Mr Ll. Y. Williams continue as secretary, drew from that very successful official that he would again act conditionally, upon having assistance, thereupon Mr Sausome was elected as assistant-sectetary with Mr Williams—.j^Jr Sansome was also appointed as one of the starters.-It was decided that the first prize in the sailing race be f4, the second f2 and the 3rd Cl. It was also decided on the motion of 'r A. B. Williams to add a swim- ming race for men, distance 100 yards, 1st prize, 7s 61 and 2ud 5s. On the proposition of Mr Vaughan a duck race (with man in punt), was added for a prize of YI.-MR W. L. Williams, C.C., and Mr G. L. Gibson, Harbour Works, were added to the list oi vice presidents, And Drs O'Donnell and Morgan, and Messrs Raymond Carpmael, J. M. Guild, Clarke, A. 0. Robins, A. B. Lewis, W. R. Howells, John McGhan and Capt Acraman were added to the committee. The balance sheet audited and found correct by Mr F. Salmon, was read, shewing a very creditable balance, due to the economical way in which the regatta was managed last year. The credit for this is due to the very able hon sec, Mr LI. Y. Williams, vsho not only provided the public with a capital day's entertainment, but worked it so that the balance in hand exceeds all previous ones by some pounds in fact the statement establish- es a record in every respect, and Mr Williams is deserving of the hearty thanks of all con- cerned. In respect to his able assistants it would be inviduous to mention anyone in particular because everinWiviWu^l official \vuiK.eu narmouiouaiy wittl the prime mover, Mr Williams, with the splendid result above shewn. It only remains for the committee to again pull together to make the regatta ot 1904 equal if not superior to last year's. The crews of the ttawlers now in the bay have intimated their intention of competing for the augmented prizes, which should also attract many others from up and down the coast. The infusion of new members from Goodwick will also materially add to the bright prospects. In short, under the present very bright auspices the regatta day promises to bo one of the red-letter days of 1904 in Fisbguard. Lecture.—Mr W. L. Williams, C.C., was the chairman at a lecture at Ambleston on Tuesday evening last, the lecturer being Dr Gomer Lewis, Swansea, who gave his famous discourse on Ffairy Byd to a fairly numer- ous audience. Cricket.—The following have been selected to represent the Harbour Team on Saturday next in the match with Fish(,,tiarl :-A 0 Robins, A B Edwards, E H Sansom (Capt), Pat Roche, T Ddveraux, J Redmond, W Williams, J Rochford, R Tobin, R Clarke and J Duggan substitute?, G Roche A James, Pat Duggau; R Blake. The match will start at 3.30. Building and Sanication.-It is proposed u' i a<. num^er of workmen's houses at the back of the Brodog, but the project is now at a standstill owing to the difficulty to be faced in the question of proper drainage. I hIS is an important matter to the town and members of the Parochial Committee are requested to meet near the Temperance Hall to-morrow (Friday) afternoon at 6 o'clock to go over the ground, and to decide upon the most .ffecient means of drainage for the pro- posed new houses, so as to enable building Operations being carried out. Coast Defences.—On Tuesday last Col. Waller (commanding Severn Defences), Col Attree, R.N., Major Willan, and Major Welman, from Pembroke Dook, visited Fishguard old fort and the Pier, Mr Clirke, C.E., in the absence of Messrs Gibson and Carpmael, conducting the officers over the wcrks. They afterwards returned to the Commercial Hotel where they stayed until Wednesday morning. Blew down the Spout.- \V riling at a late hour last eveniug a correspondent states that at a recent notable event a party of three were invited to tea after waiting some- time during which they developod a gnawing appetite and a thirst not one of them would sell for half-a-crown. Que chap more famished than his cot"PAuions gyizjd the tea- pot and helped himself lirat, but only mauaged to squeeze out about half a cup of the liquid. As the pot had only just been brought in, he concluded it was full, so he commenced to vigorously blow down the spout of the utensil thinking it might be choked, but his labours were in vain and the pot empty. There was a lottle of ardent spirits close at hand, but only one had the courage to tackle the stuff. Ic was a case of every one for himself that day, &c. Sunday School Treat.-llethel Sunday scholars from Mynachlogddu, paid a visit to Fishguard and Good wick on Weduesday last, arriving early in the day by special train, and spent a very enjoyable time. The Rev W Griffiths, pastor ot Bethel, superin- tended the arrangements. Path-Making.-One wbo frequents Pen- slade for health purposes writes drawing the attention of the Parish Council to the deep grooves cut athwart the paths on Penslade. He says they are nothing but traps set to I injure pedestrians and run the Council into damages for broken limbs, because in tha twilight those w'nos.i chance to trip i!lt,1) one, m'tstaaanrpdiy meet with ac3ideut3 unless extremely c.trefttl. Who is the Parish Council's engineer of public works ? SlIDe retired fe t Captain, I gue ;s, who knows mora of ploughin the main and tramping th" bridge of a steamboat than making pathways on the pimple of earth called Penslade. Any 'prentice liafid aimed with the alphabet road construction ought to know thtt, because a pathway overlooks the sea, it is not nee ess ary to dig trenches in it deep enough to shelter a compauy of rifl-,weu, or hide a pjui- pom. There is no danger of a Japanese invasion just yet. Foresters.—The Newport (Pem) District of Foresters held their half-yearly meeting at the Swan Inn Clubroom on Wednesday, under the presidency of Mr T Lewis, Dolranog. delegates were present from the various courts in the District, and the usual business of a routine character was gone through. At the close of the meeting the officers and dele- gates sat down to a sumptuous dinner, pre- pared by Mrs Evans, who was heartily thanked for the capital spread provided. Our coffee trade is increasing constantly. Only one quality kept-thf1 very best.— Fishguard Supply Stores.
GOODWICK. Carefulness.—Since the fatality and subse- quent less serious accidents en the Pier works, the men have exercised very much more care — caietulness amounting almost to fear. Thi-i is only what might be expected after the salutary lessons of the last few weeks, and it is hoped, in the interests Of emp'oyers as well as employed, that more stiingent look out for possible accidents will be observed. Picnics.—Several excursions have ariived at Goodwick recently with large numbers of juveniles from Beulah, Letteraton, and Ford. On Friday of last week the Manorowen Sun- day Scholars journeyed to Rosebush, where the Rev T Johus, vicar, Mra Johns, and daughters entertained the party, the afternoon being most enjoyable, thanks to the kindness of their entertainers. A Performing Fig.-It is well known that nearly every cottage in the country has its complement of pigs for fattening purposes, running about the waste ground or yards .5 n with the poultry and other live stock. Some- times a neighbour's mochin will visit the homestead of another neighbour just to see how the world wags and so forth. Last Friiay evening, at Cilau, an inquisitive porker paid an informal visit, entering the homestead by the front door. Discovering the uninvited 13 guest prowling about the kitchen the good 6 bouse datne proceeded to dislodge the intru- der by the way it had entered. Piggie grew M!5 alarmed at the vigorous attack made on its bare 11 never miud," and without more ado took a Hyi°g leap through the kitchen window pane, after the mauner of a circus rider negotiating the paper-coverei hoop, landing outside in the twinkling of an eye. It was the good dame's. turn to grow alarmed and the next moment she was bemoaning the damage to her glass. Bang went saxpence" as the Scotsman puts it. Liter on she com- missioned a young man to proceed to Good- wick for the glazier-carpenter, who asked the messenger the size of the broken square, Well," paid he in the vernacular, I don't know the exact measurement, but it's the size of Mrs so and so's pig." Shortly after- wards the carpenter was seen climbing the hill j —:<>«- --v "u sneeu ut glass, a straightedge and a glass-cutter to make good the damage, but it is ten-to-oue if the relative size of the window-pane and pig has yet been solved. This story is founded on fact. Bullock and Buff-rs.—On Tuesday of last week, as the atternoun train from Clynderwen was running between Letterston and Good- wick the butlers of the engine came into con- tact with a bullock from an adjoining field. The train was too close before the animal was sighted to pull up, and the next moment a nasty collision, which shook the carriages, was felt and the unfortunate animal's life ebbed out. The train was brought to a standstill, and after the driver, fireman, and guard had pushed the carcase aside the train proceeded. First G,tsli,rlits.-On Saturday evening last the new shop about to be opened by Mr Rowlands, of Haverfordwest (vide advt), was lit up by gas. This is the first shop to re- ceive the newly-introduced illuminant. Lifeboat.—A meeting of the local Com- mittee of the Fishguard branch of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution was held at the Hope and Anchor Hotel, Goodwick, on Fri- day last, convened for the purpose of meeting the District Inspector, Lieut. Howard F J Rowley, R.N.—There were present Col H E Porter, Captains W Bewan, W Lewis, A G Lewis, and Lewis Williams, Messrs J C Bowen, LI Y Williams, and the hon. secretary, Mr W J Vaughan. The District Inspector reported result of arrangements as to the repeating of the signal at Fishguard.-It was proposed by Mr J C Bowen, and seconded by Capt Bewan, and carried, that the Coastguard tiring the rocket get helper's pay as suggested by the District Inspector.—The subject of new boathouse and slipway arising from the minutes of the last meeting was then referred to when the honorary Secretary reported the result of his interview with Mr Gibson, who could not possibly *be present, and which was to the effect that plans and specifications were now being prepared for a new boathouse and slipway on the present site.—The District Inspector also gave particulars as to what was being done and referred to Section 32 of the Fishguard Bay Railway and Pier Act 1893, and Section 14 of the Fishguard and Rosslare Harbour Railways Act 1899, the provisions of which protected the interests of the Insti- tution so far as the No. 2 life-boat house and slipway were concerned. After some discus- sion the matter was left to stand OVPf for the present.—It was arranged to hold the annual meeting of subscribers next week, and that next quarter the No. 1 lifeboat should be exercised. Arrest.—Patrick Power, a young Irishman, was arrested at Goodwick on Monday last by P.C. Jones, on a warrant, issued across the 4 channel, for larceny. He is detained in the Fishguard Lock-up until the arrival of ar escort from the Irish constabulary. Death.—There died on Sunday last, after a prolonged illness, at Penmyuydd, Sarah Jane Martell, agod 13 years, the daughter of Mr and Mrs John Martell, for whom the deepest sympathy is felt. I There are two ways of making money nowadas. Get a job in the Royal Mint, or buy your food at the O'Connell Cash Stores Goodwick, near the Duffryn Railway Bridge. —Advt.
LETTERSTON. The schedule of prizes for the Letterston Flower Show, to be held on Monday, August 15th, are now ready, and may be had of the secretary, Mr J Lawrence, Llaindelyn. Houses furnished throughout. Estimates free.-Supply Stores, Fishguard. 0