~TRJ". jFLoosb Carver, t — fllletiorLer and Estate Agent, Fishguard,— ZI-) !n HAS THE FOLLOWING PRCPERTûES FOB SALE by Private Treaty, all being sitisaie in good positions in the rapidly growing Town of Fssligward PRIVATE HOUSE Six bedrooms, two sitting rooms. kltehea, scul'ery and usual otiices. water hid OU, and gat-den, let to yearly teuaot for £18. PRIVATE HO U, SE Four bedrooms. 2 sitting rooms, kitchen aad usual offices, with garden, water laid on, let to quarterly tenant for £ 12 PEIVATE IIOUS B: Five be Irooras, two sitting roo:ns, kitchen, scullery and usual offices, warden, hot and c ,lj wit-r, let to goo tenant at a yearly rent of X16. Also FREEHOLD BUILDING SITE:) in several leading positions, suitable both for private and business purposes, sjm9 with grand view of the bay. Portion of the amount of purchase money may be allowed to remain as Mortgage,if necessary Farther particulars of the above and other Properties for Sile, inclu iing Houses ready for immediate possession, rn-iy be obtained. Properties Bought and Sold, Rents Collected, and Probate and other Valuations undertaken. THOMAS SALT & Co., Ltd., IB IR, lETW EIEL S BÚTON UpoH TENT. GOLD MEDALS London, 1881; Edinburgh, 1886; Liverpool, 1886 for Excellence of Quality. LOCAL AGENT— ZDjETW"! Ale & Stout Merchant, The Stores, Dinas Cross I -1 IN CASKS OF 44, 9, and 18 GALLONS. — f Always in Stcck at the Stores. Pendre Cycle and Motor Works, LETTERSTON. T. WILLIAMS Begs to announce that he has now OPENED his NEW and EXTENSIVE PREMISES, which have been specially con- structed to cope with the ever-increasing demand for I- The Runaway Cycles. The excellent quality of these Machines has taught the public to appreciate the superiority of the home-made Cycle in durability and ease of running. Cycles from £ 2 10s upwards. Path and Road Racers built with B.S.A. Fittings throughout, t8 Motor Cycles built to order from X20 upwards. Every description of Motor and Cycle Repairs skilfully executed on the shortest notice at very moderate charges. Re-enamelling 1. and Re-plating a speciality. Agent for Sparkbrook, Singer, Swift, Osmond, and Riley Cycles. Orders per post receive prompt attention. i Note the New Address. -=- FOR HIGH-CLASS Groceries & Provisions TRY THE Castle Stores, FISH GUARD. New season Tin Fruits Best brands Pears, Peaches, Apricots, and Pineapple (chunks and slices). Huntley and Palmer's Biscuits aud Shortbread. Paysandu Ox Tocgues. Keiller's Marmalade. Mamroy, a new high-class delicacy Golden Shred Marma- lade Roses' Lemon Syrup, Lemon Squash, and Lime Juice. All kinds of Jam3, Jellies. Blancmanges, Custard Powder, Pickled Onions (mixed), Piccalilli, Cabbage and Walnuts. Try our delicious Cooked Hams. Harris' Wiltshire Bacon, Sausages, and Pork Pies. Note the Address- W. D. Griffiths, Castle Stores,Fishguard HARRY WILLIAMS, Royal Stores, FishgVard Begs to announce that lie has a splendid assortment of .q BOOTS & SHOES in stock, suitable for Spring and Summer wear, in Black, Tan and White at Lowest Possible Selling Prices Also a large stock of Men's Nailed Boots, ranging in price from 5s lid to Z-11 12s 6d—all of the Hold-Fast make. The 8s lid Hold-Fast Brand Nailed Boot is specially adapted for Quarry Work, Nailed to Heel or Forepart only. BOOT CREAMS. — "K," Nuggett, Caswels, Dale, Hold-fast, Day and Martins, and Masters—the very best on the market. Gents' Black and Brown Canvas Shoes (leather bottoms-), 3s Cd and Is Gd— Ladies do., Is lid, 2s 6d, 2s lld,!3s 6d All round honest value. VNCENT HOUSE, TEMPERANCE HOTEL, -Main Street, FISHGUARD- Is now OPENED to Accommodate Visitors, Tourists ami Parties. Refreshments, Dinners; Tea and Coffee Rooms. Moderate charges. E. M. MORGAN. I minary r Preliminary Notice. Temperance Hall, Fishguard, SATURDAY, AUGUST 12th, 1905. 7% sglaf- OF WORK (in connection with Hermon Baptist Church) Will be held on the above dates.—Further particulars later. Preliminary Announcement. It is proposed to hold a SALE OF WORK AT Tregwynt (In connection with the Women's Home Mission Association), On Friday, August 18, 1905. Further particulars later on. Important to Builders and the Public. jSL. 'K. LEWIS, GENERAL MERCHANT, I STATION YARD, —•» LETTE RSTON lias in stock the following important lines-. Building Materials of all kinds. Timber of every description. Plaster Laths and Battens. Oak and Elm Coffin Boards. Ready-made Step Ladders and Cart Shafts Building Bricks, Flags, and Paving Stones Slates Flooring Tiles, Plain and Caustic. North Wales and Local Slates. Best Portland Cement.—Agent for Cil- rychen and Aberthaw Lime, Galvanised Corrugated Sheet Iron, Nails Washers, Screws, Bolts. Iron Ridging", &c' Sole Agent for Weaver and Co's (Swansea) C) Cake and Feeding Meals. -Corn and all kinds of Feeding Stuffs.- Choice selection of Agricultural and Garden Seeds. Sole Agent for Goulding's Manures. o Scotia Basic Slag, Trimsarau, Freystrop and Cawdor Culms. Best House Coal. Large quantities stocked to prevent dsiap. pointment. Station Yard, Letterston. TEMPERANCE HOTEL, •ggG 0 .0 PW I C 1"('0'0 I..J VV )'} First-class Accommodation for Visitors at moderate charges. Schools and Tea Parties catered for. Well-equipped CONVEYANCES of all kinds at short notice. Prompt attention to all orders. M. EVANS. Prompt attention to all orders. M. EVANS. We are now selling some specially cheap lined in overmantel at 24s each. These cannot be repeated at the price.—Fishguard Supply Stores. FISHGUARD. ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 11th, 1905, —THE TREORCHY— Royal Welsh Male Choir (Which hs been engaged on five occasions to sing before Royalty, including her Majesty, the hte Queen Victoria, aud the King and Queen) will give TWO HIGH-CLASS CONCERTS. The Afternoon Concert will be held at the TEMPERANCE HALL. Chairman J. C. YORKE, Esq., J.P. Doors open at 2,. to commence at 2-30. Admission, Reserved Seats, 5s (Family of Five, 20s.) Front Seats and Balcony, 3s.; Second Seats, 2s. Re served Seats may be booked on application to the Hon. Sec. ————— The Evening Concert will be held at HERMON BAPTIST CHAPEL Chairman Dr O'DONNELL, Fishguard Doors open at 7 to commence at 7-30. Admission: Front Seats, 2s lid; Second Seats, 2s Back Seats (only a very limited number), is. Front Seats may also be reserved for this Concert if early flp- plication is made to the Hon. Secretary. HUGH GEORGE (chemist) Secretary. The St. Nicholas and Granston Flower and Vegetable Show. The Seventh Annual EXHIBITION Will be held on Friday, Auqust 11th, 1905, When over 200 Prizes will be offered. Bullock and Hog Weighing Competitions. Best Essay on "Cottage Gardening," first prize, 10s 2nd, 7s 6d 3rd, 5s. BarPel-Rolling Compétition; Donkey and Foot Races, and other Amusements; also a Grand Evening Concert. Schedules can be obtained of the Secretary— WM. REES, St Nicholas, Fishguard Newport (Pem)Regatta AND —Horticultural Show WILL BE 1IELI) On Friday, August 11th, 1905. —TOWN BAND will be in attendance.— Grand Concert in the Evening. Programmes can be obtained from the Secretary— Mr REYNOLDS, Council School, Newport, Pern. FISHGUARD BAY REGATTA WILLL 15E HELD On Tuesday, August 15, 1905 A First-class Brass Band Will be engaged. Mr LL. Y. WILLIAMS, Hon. Sec. Fishguard Bay Regatta Concert, Temperance Hall, Fishguard. Chairman G. LAMBERT GIBSON, Esq. Special Engagement of the following Renowned Artistes—Contralto Miss MARY RICHARDS (The popular Welsh Contralto). Soprano Miss MARION EVANS (Medallist), R.A.M., Swansea; Tenor Mr. TREVOR EVANS, R.A.M., Morriston, of whom the Queen said, I have never heard a better Tenor." Baritone: Mr. DAVID EVANS, R.A.M., Winner of Prizes at National Eisteddfodau, North and South Wales. Violinist Miss ELSIE CURTIS, Of the City of Bath Pump Room Concerts. Gramaphone Selections by Mrs. Dr. O'Donnell Accompanist: Mr. F. G. PALMER, A.R.C.O. Doors open at 7-30 p.m.; to commence at 8. Tickets, 2s. Ud. (a limited number reserved at an extra booking fee of Gd), Is. 6d., and Is. each. Mr. RAYMOND CAIU'MAEL, Hon. Sec. XDIKT^S SHOW AND SPORTS Will be held at PWLLG W AELOD, on Friday, August 18th, 1905. Bicycles and foot races open class for garden produce extra class do. coniined to Dinas for those who have not won a prize at this show. Unvarnished walking sticks-black thorn, furs and hazel. Programmes will soon be ready and can be had from DEWI HAuitrs, lion. Secretary. Treasurer—Capt. T. JAMES, Glanteg, Dinas. Artificial Teeth Mr Owen T. Davies (St. Margaret's, London) will attend at Pentre Evan on Thursday, Aug. 10th, and at the Angel Hotel, Newport, Pern., on August 11th. Address letters C/o MR MATIIIAS, 13, High-st., Cardigan Pembrokeshire Education Authority. OUPPLEMENTARY TEACHERS are O required in the fbllowing Schools :—St. Nicholas N.P., Bolton Hill Council, Walwyns Castle N P- The salaries range from f20 to £30 a year.—Applications (on forms supplied on receipt of a stamped foolscap envelope) should be returned to the undersigned—H. E. H. JAMES, Director of Education, County Education Offices, Haverfordwest. July 25 BUTCHERS.—Wanted, strong lad, about JD IG; willing to make himself generally I useful.—Williams, Butcher, Abernant, Aber- dare. PEMBROKESHIRE. IMPORTANT POSTING BUSINESS TO BE SOLD AT GOODWICK. WM. REES CARVER has been instructed rf by Mr James Evans to Sell by Auction at an early date, unless previously disposed of by private treaty, the —POSTING BUSINESS— carried on by him at Goodwick.-The stock con- sists of three horses, landau, brake (to carry 17), brougham, pheaton, four-wheel dog-cart, two- wheel do., 2 spring carts, farm cart, 2 sets of double harness, 3 sets of single do., all to be offered for sale in one lot as a going concern. The Auctioneer begs to draw the attention of the public to this excellent chance of purchasing a really first-class business, which is rapidly in- creasing through the development of Goodwick, there being no other posting business in the town. Immediate possession may be obtained. Further particulars of the Auctioneer, Park House, Fishguard. FISHGUARD. IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE & OFFICE. WM. REES CARVER has been instructed by the Executors of the late Clement James, to offer for Sale by Public Auction, on On Thursday, Sept. 7th, 1905, at the COMMERCIAL HOTEL, FISHGUARD, At 3 o'clock p.m. sharp, All that Dwelling House and Premises, situate at the corner of Kensington-street and Tower Hill, and now in the occupation of Mr D W Lewis, con- sisting of six living rooms,- kitchen, scullery, stable, coach-house, large garden, together with the cottage adjoining, now used as an office by Mr Lewis. These premises have an extensive frontage, and are well suited for private or business premises, and unquestionably for business facilities it is one of the best and most prominent positions in the town, having a frontage in three different direc- tions. Further particulars of Messrs EATON EVANS & WILLIAMS, Solicitors, Haverfordwest, Or of the Auctioneer. Sale of Shropshire Rams. J. WATTS Will hold his annual sale of Pedigree Ram Lambs at the LETTERSTON FAIR ON Monday, August 21st, 1905. Entries solicited.—Last day, August 14th. Letterston, Aug. 1, 1905. FOR SALE, one Self-delivery REAPER, equal to new, £ 8 one Piano (1904), 19; BINDER, < £ 20 40 Garden Seats, cast end, 5s lid eacii.T. M. Daniel, Cardigan. f|^I MBER.—Several Lots of useful Timber JL FOR SALE in Trebover Wood.—For price, &c apply to James Howells, Prospect House, Fishguard. NOTICE. — Miss BLANCHE MILKS, L.L.C.M begs to announce that after September next she will DISCONTINUE giving lessons in music in Fishguard, in con- sequence of the very delicate state of her mother's health. rpO LET, Cottage at TRiSHlNKlNTwith X constant employment.—Apply Griffith, Castlecenlas, Mathry. I FISHGUARD. TO LET, Furnished F House, six rooms.—W. Phillips, Hotti- pass. LOST, on Friday, Ji^ly 28th, a GOLD BROOCH (three ivy leaves and pearl in centre).—Anyone returning the same to the .1 Echo" Office will be rewarded. WANTED, in Fishguard or district, homely, clean LODGINGS (without board) for three ladies, for two or three weeks; terras moderate.—May, Bulmer, Essex. FURNISHED HOUSE (containing six JU bedrooms) TO LET at Fishguard healthy situation, close to sea.—Apply, 1 Echo,' Fishguard.
GOODWICK. A Vile Practice.—Notwithstanding the accident recently reported in this column of a boy having received severe injury to one of his feet by contact with glass on the sands at Goodwick. as recently as Friday last the tip- ping of night soil from the Duffryn huts was carried on under the direction of those who are entrusted with the sanitary reform and regulation of the place. Such a reprehensi- ble practice should be brought to the notice of the Sanitary Inspector and, through him to the District Council. If individuals have no regard for decency, and the safety of children using the sands for recreation and bathing, the powers that be should be evoked to bring them to a sense of duty. Of all the vile, disgusting practices the one of dumping night soil, containing all sorts of abominations, broken crockery and glass, is one deserving vigorous condemnation. Talk of inconsistency, there is a glaring example here shewn. All sorts ot objections have been, and are levelled against the proposed sewerage outfall works at Llanpit Mawr on the Fishguard side because of the fear that the sewage will settle on the Goodwick sands, yet here is an instance of allowing crude filth to be carted wholesale, on to the foreshore and left to the ineffective summer tides to spread the stuff about the sands and stink in the sum while the glass and broken hard- ware are left to cripple the feet of the little ones and mar the only source of pleasure the community and visitors are at present able to enjoy in the place. Such recklessness, which emanates from self interest, deserves the severest condemnation and censure After Two Years. —Two years' ago Miss Morgans, niece to Mrs Hughes, Glanymor had the misfortune to accidently run the eye portion of a needle, about three quarters of an inch long, into her left hand the pain being intermittant for some time. A week or so ago, however, the presence of the steel was felt more acutely, but under the skilful treatment exercised by Mrs Raymond Carpmael, who is in residence at Glanymor, Miss Morgan had the satisfaction of seeing the needle successfully and almost painlessly extracted. English Congregational Cause.—It is gratifying to state that the new Congregation- al cause has made an excellent start, and that there is a good prospect ofitsfutnra success. The attendance increases at every service. Last Sunday evening, although there were counter attractions, the Reading- room, where the services are held, was well- filled. Mr Griffiths, of Penatth, conducted the services and preached a very able sermon. Miss Bevan gave a solo in her usual good style. The preacher for next Sunday is the venerable Mr Lewis James, Brynbank.-On the 13th inst the Rev James Phillips, Haver- fordwest, will officiate. t
FISHGUARD. Don't forget to-night's Cattle Show Con- cert, at which the leading artistes of the Principality will take part. Doors open at 7 30, to commence at 8. Female Lodge.—It has been decided to form a female branch in connection with Loyal Gwaun Lodge of Oddfellows. All young women are invited to join and intending can- didates are respectfully asked to give their names to Mr Vaughan Davies, West-street, or to Mr L. Evans, Echo" Office, as soon as possible. Temperance Hall --The Rev D [lussey, of Barry, will preach at the services of the new Baptist cause on Sunday next.—To-morrow (Friday) the Sunday scholars will visit Rose- bush for their tea treat. Tea Treats —Tower Hill, Tabernacle and Hermon tea treats take place to-morrow (Friday).—On Monday next the annual cymanfa ganu will be held at Hermon Chapel. Obsequies.—The remains of the late Mr Lammech Phillips. Hottipass, were quietly laid to rest on Friday last at the Methodist burial ground in the presence of the near relatives and a large concourse of friends and sympathisers. At the house the Rev W Evans, M.A.. vicar of Fishguard read a portion of Scripture and the Rev W P Jones, M.A., B.D., offered prayer, and at the grave side the Rev Geo Morgan, Tyhen, officiated. Among the mourners were the widow, Mrs Phillips, her sister, Mrs Harries, and the Rev J D Syramons, the two sons of the deo«ised Mr W Phillips, Worcester, and Air David Steven Phillips, Barry; others present were Mrs Morris, Mrs D S Phillips, Barry, and Mrs Capt George, Cardiff. For at least 180 years the deceased and his relatives had carried on the sail-making business. A Humanitarian.—Sportsmen are not an humane in their habits when indulging their hobbies of sport. May be the writer to a Cardiff daily on Tuesday had'that idea in his mind when he sent the following paragraph —Capt Titus Evans, a well known Fishguard angler, bad a curious experience on Saturday evening whilst trout-fishing on Goodwick Moor. About 8 p.m whilst a strong breeze blew from the south, a swallow took his fly: (a Coch-y-Bondhu). With some little diffi- culty Captain Evans unhooked the bird, which flew away apparently more startled than hurt. Holidays.—After a lengthy sojourn at the Wells, Mr and Mrs W G James, Llysyronen, have returned very much benefitted for the course at the popular Spa.. Illness.-We regret that Mr David James, Trebrytbon, is still rather severely indisposed, bat hopes are entertained of bis recovery. Obituary.—On Sunday morning last, at his residence on Penslade, died Mr David Lloyd, at the age of 55 after a brief illness Deceased had for a greater part of his life, been acting as bailiff to Mr John Worthiugtou the generous and kinkly Squire of Glynymel. About a year ago Mr Lloyd retired from active service rarely leaving the house. He leaves a widow, (his second wife,), and a family of grown up children. The funeral took place yesterday (Wednesday) at Her- mon Cemetery the Rev Geo James (Goedwig) officiating in the absence of the Rev Dan Davies, who was at Llaneliy, attending the funeral of his brother-in-law. Postcard Craze.—At one time the practice of sending annonymous post cards was very prevalent in the town, but a few exposures served to cheek the habit. Now, however, complaints are again received of a revival of the pernicious habit. It is useless individuals trying to hide their identity in carry out this practice particularly when the recipients are annoyed as in the case under notice. There- fore, it would be to the discretion of the underhanded individuals if they ceased the ignoble method to gain a specific objective. At a meeting of the County Council on Tuesday last, the Chairman said they had held an inquiry at Fishguard touching an application for urban powers. In his opinion the inquiry was very satisfactory, and he hoped this time the Committee would be able to recommend a boundary and be able to grant the application, and that in a very short time this question would be finally settled. Mrs Owen Philipps, of Amroth Castle, gave birth to a daughter at the Castle on Saturday last, and we are pleased to hear that both mother and child are doing well. Foresters' Turn-Out.—The town on Friday last was redolent of jolly times and swagger festivities. Strains of music echoed and re- echoed in the surrounding hills and dales, and everyone felt in the most joyous of moods. It was the fete day of Court Glan Gwaun of the Ancient Order of Foresters. The glorious sunshine glistened on the polished brass of the instruments and the accoutrements of the bandsmen, while the Foresters, mounted on horseback and moke, looked veritable pictures of the braves ot old. A large number of the brothers assembled at tho Swan Field, where they formed up in their picturesque uniforms of varying hues and textures. Then, headed by the band of the 1st Vol. Batt. of the Haverfordwest Rifles, they proceeded through the Square to Lower Fishguard, thence to the lovely grounds of Glynymel, returning up the steep through the town to Goodwick, along the Duffryn Road to Manorowen, admiring the picturesque surroundings en route to Langton, where the Squire of that hospitable mansion with his never faililig generosity and urbanity, dispensed refreshments ad libitum," gave a few complimentary remarks, and subsequently the gorgeous array of Foresters were on their way along the main road to Fishguard, ap- petites whetted to some tune by the health- ful exercise. At the Swan Club-room Mr aud Mrs Evans had prepared an almost regal dinner, to which the members did ample justice. Chief Ranger Bro. James Thomas presided in tasteful fashion, and on the removal ot the cloths a short toast list in- cluded the health of the officials and success to Glan Gwaun Lodge of Foresters, to which the Chief Ranger, and the very active secre. tary of the Court, Mr Harry Williams, suitably responded. County School.—Dr Williams, (Drim) vice- chairman, presided at the meeting of the County Schools Governors on Friday last. There were also present Mrs J M Owen, Messrs W James, B Thomas, W L Williams and Rev W Evans. The resignation of the clerk, Mr George Morris, having been regret- fully accepted at the former meeting the application of Mr D W Lewis was considered and as the candidate found favour with the members he was appointed, and the necessity and expense of advertising obviated. Mr Gledhill notified th6 managers that he anti- cipated having to advertise for at lealt one assistant teacher before the commencement of the next term.—The entrance scholarship examination was held on Saturday last, a goodly number of candidates attending from Newport, Dinas an:1 other places in the school area. Eleven attended from New- port.—The School closed for the summer holiday term on Friday last.
NEWPORT. PEM. Musical Success.—Miss Sissie James, Bank House, obtained the first class certificate in the elementary section (pianoforte playing) of the London College of Music, not Trinity College. The examination was held at Car- marthen and the successful pupil was prepar- ed by Miss Alice Hughes, St. Mary's Cottage. Primrose League,—The annual outing of the Newport, Nevern and Dinas Habitation of the Primrose League took place on Wed- nesday of list week, Goodwick being the rendezvous. A rather dull morning did not leid to a bright afternoon, aud at the time of starting, about one o'clock, the ominous clouds o'er head Jbegan to drop wetness Two years ago, when the members chose Rosebush as the objective, the cheery members received such a wetting they are not likely soon to forget. Last year old Sol favoured the intinerary but the frowns of Jupiter, Pluvius on Wednesday of last week, failed to damp the vivacity of the jovial company, numbering close upon 200 in all. Brakes were requisitioned from every livery stable and the arrangements, excellent in every detail, were in the hands of 9 committee chiefly of the wardens and dames of the habitation. Since its inception Mr and Mrs J B Bowen, Llwyngwair, have evinced the keenest interest in the league, the Squire of Llwyngwair being the ruling counsellor, and through him, assisted in great measure by Mrs Bowen, hon, secretary, who has rallied the knights and dames as few could, the capital progress of the ra1 itation is due. Among the members, in addition to the two esteemed personages uoeutioued were, Mr G B Bowen, Mrs Bosvile, Cotham, and wardens Mrs J ilushes, Pendre; Miss Bowel), Pen- coed Mrs Edwin Bennett, Ashgrove, Dinas; Miss Alderson, Dinas Rectory Mrs Lloyd, Nevern the Rector of Dinas, the Rev J Williams R D the Rector ot Newport and Mrs Phillips; the Curate, the Rev J S Jeremiah tbs Rev J 0 Evans, Nevern Rev T M James, rector of Meline; Mr T U Bennett and Mr John Suoj th Bennett, Ashgrove the Mayor and Mayor and Mayoress of Newport, together with most of the leading families and a large number of the general community. Many had their own conveyances, but by far tbe larger portion journeyed in the brakes provided. A humid afternoon gave way to drizzling rain, which continued during the rest of the day. Reaching Goodwick, parties took differaut directions, the works claiming a good deal of attention, but permission to view the big undertaking has long been refused to all except those having business thereon owing to the danger arising from the machinery, rolling stock, and blas:ing opera- tions. However, the heights overlooking the Works allow of access, and from this point of vantage a good view of the constructive works is obtainable by those who can manage the steep hill leading to Pen Cw, A few of the sturdy ones took advantage uf tbe means and were gratified with the result of their climb. At four o'clock the needful refreshments, in the shape of tea and the usual accompani- ments, were provided. The fi-ld opposite the Temperance was to have formed the venue of operation?, but the rain compelled other arrangements being made, and tables were therefore laid in the large carriage shed, on the Duffryn road, belonging to the G.W.R. Preparations in the latter place were resorted to at the eleventh hour, so.to s;»eak, and they were consequently rather hurried, and not, therefore, as complete as they would have been had the day held fine. Huwever, the tea was discussed with much animation. despite the various hindrances arising out of the murky elements. It was found impossible to seat the whole of the company at one and the same time, but the whole of the members partook of the various edibles which were enjoyed, thanks to Mr and Mrs Bjwen and their willing band of loyal helpers. Tne return journey was commenced in good time, and all arrived at their destinations safely The following supplied vehicles Messrs J Thomas, Cromlech Hoilse J Thomas, Tem- perance Hotel;, W V Thomas, Llwyngwair Arms Hotel; J Miles, Commercial Hotel; James Phillips, D Owen, J Evans, Royal Oak; Richards, Dinas J Adams, Evans, aud D Griffiths and others. Mr and Mrs Evans Temperance Hotel, Goodwick, catered for the habitation, and gave every satisfaction- Apropos of the above, a correspondent sends an account which, through want of space, has had to be curtailed somewhat One of the largest gatherings of the primrose knights and dames since the formation of the habita- tion joined last week's annual outing. You know that when the admirers of that gifted statesman, the late Lord Beaconsfield, convive all worries and cares are cast aside, let the elements be propitious or opaque. And so we donned our badges, emblematic of the pale primrose, and with light hearts and palpitating bosoms we mounted the vehicles. But let me just pause a moment on this latter point. I .rIn. 1,J.I-l. 11 i 1 uvu u --v- wuctuer an me owners ot the vehicles are attached to our Imperialist party or not, in any case, they look first to pocket and party loyalty afterwards. Nobody blames them for that, but a little consideration to- wards the organizing committee at the crucial moment would enhance them in the eyes of those who stride to make the annual trip a success. One of the number ought, really, to take the contract of carrying the whole party, and be responsible for the necessary number of vehicles. As things were on the last occasion, they caused the promoters no little anxiety. It would be infinitely better it one of the leading livery stable proprietors ac. cepted the contract and supplied all the vehicles in future. Coming again to the out- ing, I noticed that several of the knights defied the moisture successfully by stindry gargles en route. One of the traits strictly enforced, or rather, adhered to of the habita- tion is nioderation in all things.' In spite of the raid, I observed that at Good wick there was a considerable amount of fraternizing among the knights, and by the happy coun- tenances of some of them one could read the cheerful motto, I don't care if it snows Of that there was not a shadow of doubt so far as the knights were concerned. Trieu give three cheers and one cheer more, For the jolly free knights of the primrose corps And if I might be allowed to trespass a little further on Mr Gilbert's lines, I should add For they themselves have said it, And Its greatly to their credit To be a knight or dame Of primrose habitation fame. Most of the dames took refuge, nothing loth t", and undaunted, in the houses of friends and under the protecting roof of the improvised tea chateaux,' to discuss, in the cheeriest fashion, the weather, and heap disguised blessings on the man with the watering-pot.' I refrain from divulging all that was said under that as Cart shed in case I should bring a blush to the fair cheek of your meek, humble, and coy tepresentative. It need only be added that, notwithstanding the lowering clouds and t, merciless mist, we experienced a regular jolly time, and we appreciate the kindness of our generous ruling councillor and his gracious lady. Visitors. -'I'Iie tide of the visitiug season is about being at the flood. The doubts and fears prevailing up to recently are now giving way to cheerfulness and hope. Daiiy the health and holiday seekers pour into the ancient borough from Crymmych and Good. wick, and the place is assuming the appear- ance that delights the people. An Arrest.—Monday is usually consi ed the blackest day of the week by sc., children and sometimes it so happens tlt.¡,í adults have reason to regard it in a similar way. For some weeks a new comer of the cattle jobbing type had made the peaceful town his habitation, staying at one of the homely places for reasons known be3t to the individual bimself-and the police officer. However, early on Monday morning almost before the majority of the housewives had shaken off slumber, a gentle rapping at the door of a house was heard. Only one of the household, the cattle dealer, was aware of the purport ot the ominous rat-tat, for he peered through the window and caught sight of the officer armed with the official blue paper. The door was nervously opened, then a recitation, a short dialogue and, subsequent- ly, Charles Ellis married, a cattle dealer bailiDg from Worcester was accompanying P. C. Morgan to Fishguard lock-up, where a constable, from Worcester constabulary was awaiting his quarry to take him to whence he came to answer certain charges connect- ed with the muntainance of his wife and family. It was bla;k" Monday for Ellis who, it he came to Newport to hide himself and escape the clutches of the law, could scarcely have committed a bigger error. In the whirl and tumultuous city throng a man may evade capture for a lengthened period, but in remote Pembrokeshire the police are too alert and too well acquainted with every nok and cr nny, aye. and every individual resident for any iugitive to take refuge un- disturbed. Many times of late the truth of this has been verified and, doubtless, will be again. Needless to say, Monday's incident has set the town agog B.thleheru- Acceding to the feeling of the majority, the members and scholars held their annual tea treat ou the Warren instead of on the mountain yesterday, fortunate in weather and every other means which cou- duce to joyousness. Visitors.-Among the numerous visitors die Capt and Mrs Jermain and son. The American vice-consul, of Cardiff, and family have rented the School-house during the holidays. Mr and Mrs Reynolds left on Monday, and the visitors arrived on Tuesday. Obituary.—Much regret on every side is expressed at the death, which occurred on Sunday evening list, at Trellwyn, Llanych- llwydog, of Miss Martha Bowen, aged 21, daughter cf the late Mr John Bowen, farmer, Tyryet, Newport. The young deceased had been ailing for some time, but at the recent fair she was about, feeling fairly well. Of late she bad been at her sister's house at Trellwyn. Sincere sympathy is expressed for the several brothers and Sisters in their sad loss. Toe remains were conveyed to Caersilem to-day (Thursday) for burial, the the Rev J LI Morris, Jabez, officiating. The arrangements were ably carried out by Mr John Willirims, draper, the Cross. Interment.—The funeral took place on Monday last of a venetable ex-seamau AIr John Howells aged 75, of Parrog who pas ed away on Thursday last. Officatiug w Liiti Rev W D", viae, Indian missioner, tite Rev D J Evans the respected pastor Bethlehem. He leaves two daughters, his loss. The Castle —Miss Lloyd lefc the Castle on Monday last on a visit to Mr and Mrs Owe' Philipps at Amroth Castle, Begelly. New- porttwd are rightly proud of tne honour bestowed upon them by the gracious Brou- vydd family's stay among them. Newport and Crymmych Coach.—From the 1-st day of July to the end of September the abjve Coach will leave Newport daily at 7.30 a.m. and 12 noon for Crymmych Arms Station, returning on the arrival of the 3.30 and 7.15 p.m. trains.—David John Thomas Cromlech House.— Advt.
DINAS CBOSS. Sports Committee.—On Saturday evening l,st, at Pwllgwaelod, the sports committee, including Dr H Bowen Perkins and others who take keen interest in the annual festivi- ties, met to discuss several matters in con- nection therewith, and the rest of the evening was convivality in the most jovial* sense of the term. For Sea.—Mr Ezer Owen, Bankyffynon, left on Monday for Glasgow to join the ship Marjory Glen as chief mate. Holidays —Mr Edwin Bennett, the es. teemed postmaster, with Mrs Bennett, who, we am pleased to know, is improving in health, proceeds on his usual holiday trip this week-end. Air and Mrs E Davies and tamily also l';lave next week for a holiday spell. Visitors.—August has brought in its usual goodly number of health and holiday seekers. Among tbem are Dr J James, director of education for Glamorgau, with his devoted mother Mrs James, and sister Miss James. rhey are staying at Garden Terrace. Dr H Bowen and Mrs Perkins and family are among the welcome visitors to the healthful place. Dr Greener arrivgs this week at Pen- rhiw, where there are numerous visitors in residence. At Brynhenllan are Mr and Mrs W Parry and family, of Ruabon, North Wales. Mr and Mrs Roche and family, of Aberdaie, are at Smithfield, and many others have arrived to enjoy the bracing breezes. T.,bur.-The Rev J W Maurice arrived home last Friday and on Sunday both the rev gentleman, his daughter Miss Maurice and Mr T Maurice, his son, interested the con- gregation of Tabor with accounts of the Baptist Association meetings at Abercarn last week. Sometime between this and the > 16ih inst the Rev J R James will conduct missionary meetings at the chapel on behalf of a cause, which has found but scant sup- port in other parts of the county and it is hoped that Dinasites will rally round the standard on this occasion.—Tabor chapel renovation is progressing apace and the interior bears evidence of careful treatment. There will be a formal opening when com- pleted. Harvest.—Mr J Raymond, Heidlan, madr an early start with the harvest (n Wednes- day last cutting oats.
LLYTHYR CYMANFA BEDYDDWYR SIR BENFRO AM 1905. Mae y llythyr ucliod yn awr yn barod ac fe ddylai iod yn meddiaut pob Bedyddiwr y pris yw lc yr un. Oynnwysa anerohiad hynod o dda gan y llywyd, y Parch Jacob John ar Zel Gristionogol, ac fo wnelai les mawr i eglwysi y sir pe byddai yr ancrchiad yn cael ei ddarlled a'r cynghorion gynnwysa yn eael eu byw. Gellir cael y llythyr wrth ddanfoo at y Parch Jacob John, Beulah, LittleneW- castle, Letterston, R.S.O. 1_
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