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INCREASED Uf INCREASED BONUS FOR bonus for TEA DRINKERS iSPi TEA DRINKERS • The i d CJJ sit[i a Tea o V u. Ú encouraged by the SUCCESS of their Bonus System, hitherto applied to the highest price onlv. arc now including in their offer teas sold at 2/- and 2/:?. per lb and IN EACH QUARTER POUND PACHET at 2/- and 2/2 per lb. will be found a E6F BOKUS CHSCK rb y "\CJ MØt.. iid .nlRlll 'À ö WHICH SHOULD BE CAREFULLY PRESERVED for the following reasons:— I As an inducement to the Public, and to further increase the sale of OLD CASTLE TEA during the years 1904, 1905, and lPOfi, we, the OLD CASTLE TEA COM- PANY, undertake to GIVE AWAY IN-EXCHANGE for OLD CASTLE "Checks" as follows :— Checks A magnificent Real Gold Gent's Watch, Guaranteed Jewelled Movement 00 for 2000 Real Gold Lady's Watch 0 for 2000 Real Silver Gent's Watch II «» o. for 480 „ Real Silver Lady's Watch „ „ to •• for 480 Small Silver Gent's Watch, Good Timekeeper .for 240 Small Silver Lady's Watch „ •• •• for 240 Oxydised Steel Gent's Watch to" 0 0 •• for 200 Gilt Lady's Watch „ »• •• J Checks. 1 Case containing 1 Pair Carvers and Steel. for 480 1 It 6 White-handled Table Knives •• for 480 1 't't 6 Electro Silver-plated Table Forks .for 480 1 (> 6 Electro Silver-plated Dessert Forks .for 400 1 ft 6 White-handled Dessert Forks for 400 1 6 Electro Silver-plated Tea Spoons and Sugar Tongs for 300 A Magnificent Electro Silver-plated— Cheeks. cnecKs. Tea Pot. for 240 Breakfast Cruet for 120 Hot Water Tu<* •• for 240 Toast Rack for 120 c..„ar Rasin ° for 200 Jam Bowl and Stand for 120 Cream Ju" «• for 200 Pair of Sugar Tongs and Sifter for 100 Butter Dish and Knife for 150 Pair of Salt Cellars. for 100 These goods are onlv given to the public consumers of OLD CASTLE TEA, and will be sent DIRECT TO THE CONSUMERS ONLY. The Checks must be sent up direct to the OLD CASTLE TEA COMPANY, 8 CROSS LAN, EASTCHEAP, LONDON, E.C., or to the South Wales Branch at QUEEM STREET, CARMARTHEN. All Checks bear the Signature of the Company across Trade Mark. Dr FREE SAMPLE ON APPLICATION. SEASO 1905. Newport, Pem., Cycle Depot WILLIAMS BROTHERS Are Agents for nearly all the Leading First-class Cycles o I including SINGER, STAR, &c., &c. New Stock Just Arrived. NOTE.—Cycles with free-wheel and two brakes made to order from £5 10s. Quality Guaranteed. Machines exchanged on favourable terms. Repairs a speciality. Accessories, Free-wheel Clutches, Brakes, Outfits, &c., in stock. T. Ricliarcls Soil, TAILORS AND BREECHES MAKERS, LETTERSTON, Beg to inform their numerous customers that they have just received Mf" The largest consignment of CLOTH ever purchased by any firm in North Pembrokeshire, and are prepared to supply Garments BETTER and CHEAPER than ever before. The stock consists of the following Black and Blue Serges, Vicunas, Mixed Cashmeres, Meltone and Beavers, Worsted Coatings, Scotch and Irish Suitings, Fancy Trouserings, Riding and Stable Tweeds. Also in stock the famous Chipping Norton Riding Tweeds in all the latest shades. 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. Letters by post receive prompt attention. Patterns Free. A GRAND SHOW OF Up-to-date Summer Novelties TO BE FOUND AT THOMAS'S, The Leading Draper, RAILWAY E F IS H G U A R I) Having just returned from London with an immense Stock of all the newest novelties in all departments for the coining season. All that is newest in Trimmed Hats and Paris models trimmed MILLINERY to suit all ages and classes. By paying THOMAS' a visit you will b well suited for all your requirements. A grand selection of the newest DRESS MATERIAL with trimmings to match. Ladies' and Children's Jackets and Capes, Rainproof Coats and Capes, Costumes, Skirts, Underskirts, Dainty Blouses and Shirts of every description, smart Collarettes, Collars and Ties. Newest designs in Lace insertions, and shades in Silks, Ribbons and flowers. 0 Gloves, Umbrellas, coloured Silk aDd Cotton Sunshades, Prints, Muslins, Delaines, Underlinen. ètc. Smart Costumes and Dresses made on the premises by experienced hands Fit and Style guaranteed.. GENTS' DEPARTMENTS also well stocked in Felt, Linen and Straw'Hats, Caps, Ties, Collars, Shirts, Pants and Vests, etc. Please ask to see the 21s and 25s Suits to measure. All Wedding & Mourning Orders promptly attended to. Our Motto is Newest Styles and Moderate Prices. CYCLES! CYCLES! CYCLES! W. R. Eynon & Son, Fishguard, Gas and Water Engineers, and General Ironmongers, Beg to announce that they have OPENED a MOTOR AND BIOYOLE 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. r Call and inspect our stock it is unsurpassed anywhere. W. R. Eynon & Son, Fishguard
Pembrokeshire Agricultural Show. LOCAL WINNERS. The Pembrokeshire Agricultural Show, held List Thursday at Haverfoidwest, maintained its usual standard of excellence. The locil winners were Cattle. ] Black stock of the Pembrokeshire 01 Castle- martin hull of the nge of two years and upwards.— 1, J C Yorke, Langton 2, M K Harries, Llan- rithan. Bull Ctlf.- I, W G James, Pantyphillip 2, John Worthingfcon, Glynymel. Pair of yearling steers, property of a tenant farmer—1, \V U Evans, Trenewydd, Croe"goch. t, Dairy cow in calf or milk.—1, John Worthing- t6n, Glynymel 2, M R Harries, Llanrithan 3, John \Y orthington, Glynymel. Two-year-old in-calf licifer.-I, 2 and 3, John Worthinglon, Glynymel. Pure bred Casdemartin (black) yearling heif- e.I and 2, John VVorthington, Glynymel 3, J C Yorke, Langton. Heifer calf. l, 2 and 3, John Worthington, Glynymel. Three best black cows in the yard in milk, the property of a tenant fanner— L, Mr R Harries, Llanrithan, Penycwm 2, G M Evans, Blether ston. Pure bred shorthorn yearling heifer—1, John Worthington, Glynymel. Best black beast-I J C Yorke r, J W Morris. Sheep. Yearling ram-I and 3, J Griffith, Castlecen- ILs 2, W E Evans, Kobeston Hall. Two-year-old or agEd ram-I, J Griffith, Castle- cenlas 2, W E Evans, Kobeston Hall. Ram lamb—1 and 3, Messrs J and S Thomas, Bwlchygwynt; 2, J C Yorke, Langton. Pen of three yearling ewes-1, Messrs J and S Thomas, Bwlchygwynt; 2, J Gnffith, Castlecen- las 3, J C Yorke, Langton. Pen of th"ee two-year-old or aged ewes-I iiiid 2, Messrs J and S Thomas, Bwlchygwynt; 2, J Griffith, Castlecenlas. Pen of three ewe Jambs-l and 3, Messrs J and S Thomas, Bwlchygwynt; 2, J Griffith, Castle- cenlas. Horses. Best carter in the show, bred in the county of Pembroke, the property of a tenant farmer* Prize silver cnp, by Mr John Wynford Philipps, ill. 11. -1, James Prout, Trewent Farm; J Giillith, Castlecenlas. Cart foal-J, J Wynford Philipps, M.P., Yearling colt orlilly for agricultural purposes— L, J Wynford Philipps, M.P. 2 and 3, J C Yorke, Langton. Two year old gelding or filly for agricultural purposes—1, J Wynford Philipps, M.P. 2, 1 E Thomas, Trehale. Three year old gelding or filly for agricultural purposes—1 and 2, J Wynford Philipps, M.P. a, M R Harries, Llanrithan. Pour year old and upwards, gelding or mare, property of a tenant farmer—1, J Griffith, Castle- cenlas 3 W E Evans, Robeston Hall. Shire Horses. Challenge Cup by the Society.—Best shire horse, mare, or gelding in the yard, entered or eligible to be entered in the Stud Book—1 and r, J Wynford Philipps, M.P. Silver medal by the Shire Horse Society.— Best shire maie, filly, or filly foal registered or eligible for registration in the Stud Book 1 and r, J NV Philipps. Hunters and Light Horses. Brood mare with foal at foot or in foal by a thoroughbred sire—1, Thomas Llewellyn, Hay. thog, TrefTgarne 2, John Llewellyn, Jordanston 3, W G James, Pantyphillip.
< New Life-Boat for Cardigan
< New Life-Boat for Cardigan The life-boat stationed many years since at Cardigan by the Royal National Life-Boat Insti- tution has just been .replaced by a new boat, which htfS been built for the Institution by the Thames Ironworks Company. The boat is of the self-righting type, 35 ft. long, and 8f t. 6 in. wide, rowing 1U oars double-banked, and is fitted with two water.ballast tanks and two drop-keels. She is named the Elizabeth Austin, her cost hav- ing been met from a portion of the generous legacy bequeathed to the Institution by the late Miss Sarah Austin, of Tottenham, to provide two life-boats. It should be added that the Institu- tion is much indepted to the local committee aud Captain T H Williams, J.P., the honorary secretary, for their valuable co-operation in the management of the Cardigan Life-Boat Station. The Royal National Life-Boat Institution has now 28,1 boats under its management, 35 of which are sta-tioned on the coast of Wales, and not a winter passes without their rendering service in saving life from shipwreck. A large sum is expended annually on maintaining these boats in a state of thorough efficiency. Contributions in aid of the Institution will be gladly received by all the bankeis in the United Kingdom, by the several local honorary secretaries, and by Charles Dibdin, Esq., the secretaiy of the Institution, 20 Charing Cross Road, London.
Lawn Tennis Match at HaverfordwestI
Lawn Tennis Match at Haverfordwest An interesting lawn-tennis match took place on Friday last, the 28th, on the grounds of the County Lawn-Tennis Club at Haverfordwest. The teams were captained by Mrs Edwardes, of Sealyliam, and Miss Roch, of Plas-y-Bridell. There was a very fine exhibition of lawn-tennis throughout the day, and the match was very even. It resulted in a win ;for Miss Roch's team by 5 Matches to 4 11 Setts to 9 90 Games to 92. Thetefore it will be seen that Mrs Edwaides' team were better in point of games. The hostesses on the occasion were Mrs Edwardes, Miss Higgon, and Miss Gladys Samson, who dispensed hospital- ity to a large and distinguished company, repre- senting the leading houses in the north and south of the county. Miss Mirehouse, in spite of hav- ing recently put our her shouidei, played the first round, after which her place was taken by Miss Baird. The result was as follows, and we hear that a return match, to take place at the 1 ivy- sido, is being contemplated. Mrs Edwardes and Mr W Eaton-Evans beat Miss Roch, and Mr C Eaton-Evans 6-1, 6-0. Beat Miss Gower and Mr Grace 7-5, 6 3, and were beaten by Miss Begbie and Mr Roch 2-6, 7-5, 0-6. Miss Higgon and Mr Morley beat Miss Roch and Mr C Eaton- Evans 4-6, 6-0, 6-4. Were beaten by Miss wer and Mr Grace 4-6. 2-6. and were beaten by Miss Begbie and Mr Roch 2-6, 3-6. Miss Baird and MrVlIiggon beat Miss Roch and Mr C Eaton- Evans 6-2, 6-1. Were beaten bv Miss Begbie and Mr Roch 4-6, 5-8. And Mr V Higgon and Miss Mirehouse were beaten by Miss Gower and Mi- Grace 46, 3-6.
EGLWYSWRW. School Report.—The following is a copy of the summary of 11.M. Inspector's report on the Meline and Whitechurch Council School, Ealwyswrwi for the year ending May 31st 1905 The work of the school is carried on in the usual painstnking and careful way by the Headmaster and his assistant. The highest grant as usual was earned." School Report.-The report of His Majesty's Inspectors on the Eylwswrw School for the past year has just come to hand, and reflects great credit on the headmaster and his staff. It runs as follows :—" This school coutinues to be exceedingly well taught. The rooms are very much over-crowded. The girls' porch is too email, and sjrue lavatory arrangements are wanted." As usual, the highest giants were earned. o o
DALE. Prize Fight.—There was a boxing match, otherwise a prize fight, a few days ago in a field behind Merryborough Farm, Dale, between a canteen keeper at one of the Milford IIaven forts, and a bricklayer, now employed at St. Annes Head. The match v<As the occasion of considerable local excite- ment, and brought together some hundreds 0 of spectators, who were charged a fixed sum for admission. The contestants were in a roped in enclosure, and all the rules of the prize-ring were observed. e bricklayer was knocked out in the sixth round.
ONEY.-Surns of £200, JESOO, £600 lf1 £ 1,000 to be advanced on good security (freehold) at reasonable rate.— Apply, W. T. S. Tombs, splicitor, Fishguard —The Cheapest Shop in Pembrokeshire IS THE Cash Stores, Goodwick. They buy for Cash, they sell for Cash, and customers reap the reward of this unique system of business. They are at present renewing and adding to their Stock of sound, reliable, bigh-class goods which are offered at low prices; Youths' Suits from 10s; Men's Suits from 13s; Men's odd Coats from 6s; Men's odd Vests from Is 9d Men's odd Pants from 6s; Shirts, cotton or wool, from Is 8d White Linen from 3s; WelEih Flannel Pants from Is 8d Silk or Wool Mufflers, Collars, Fronts, Hats, Caps, Ties, Braces, Stockings, Socks, Bootlaces. Working men's Moles from 2s 6d sleev- ed and unsleeved Vests, sound Serge Jackets 2s 9d Dungaree Pants and Jackets, 2s 3d each. —— A leading feature in the FURNITURE DEPARTMENT i's a 15s. Easy Chair. Same is usually sold at 30s each elsewhere. An early inspection of their GRAND TRUNK LINE is requested, where a Choice Selection of Guaranteed Steel Scarboro' Trunks are on view at a price from 5s. upwards. In the GROCERY DEPARTMENT ex- quisite Tea, best Loaf Sugar, superb Cheese, choicest Creamery Hutter, Pick-nick Hams. breakfast Bacon, table Potatoes and Onions are stocked. Special cheap line in Stationery, Biscuits, Sweets, Tobaccos. Cigars and Cigarettes, Wax Candles, and Soaps. When you want to buy, remember the shop that brought down prices on a par with those ruling at the great Seaports. CastL stores Dyffryn Bridge, Goodwick. Another Great Cure by the Mannina Ointment." "SUFFEHED MANY YEARS." Mrs James, Brithdir, Newpoit, Pem., writes- "After four years' suffering from an Ulcerated leg, and during that period having tried many remedies without avail, I was persuaded by my friends to try your No. 2 Mannina Ointment. After the first few applications 1 obtained great relief and this led me to continue with it, Ind this with such excellent results that I can now say that I am completely and permanently cured. I make t4is statement so that should it meet the eye of anyone else afflicted, as I have been, they can immediately seek the remedy and cure in the wonderful Mannina Ointment." The Ointment may be obtained from the "Mannina" Ointment Co., Main-street, Fish- guard, or from Mr Thos Lewis, chemist, Fish- guard F D Phillips, Haverfordwest; H A Williams, Letterstou; Albert David, St David's; Philipps & Co Mathry J Williams, Newport, Pem. T Meyler, chemist, Fishguard; and D. Llewellyn, chemist, Goodwick, &c. Note.—Anyone suffering from any of the fol- lowing diseases, viz., Cancerous Growth in the Bieast, Bleeding Cancer of the Neck, Ulcerated aud Viiulent Sores on Leg, Poisoned Hand, Eczema from Birth, Abscesses after Vaccination Rodent Ulcers on Hands, Blood Poison on Foot, Ulcerated Sores and Eczema, Virulent Abscess on Leg, Blood Poison in Hand, Foul Wound on Leg can,by applying in writing or otherwise obtain ad- vice as to which strength to use in each case. PLEASE NOTE. Mr A MeMhii u 0- im WILL ATTEND FISHGUARD MARKET Every THURSDAY until further notice, And offer a Large Quantity of CHINA & GLASS Dinner, Tea, & Toilet Sets. -TO COMMENCE AT 10 a.m.— GARDENING (FOR SOUTH WALES). Messrs TRlsEDER & Co., The Nurseries, Truro, Cornwall, Will be glad to give instructions free to any who are engaged in improving their Gardens; they have many acres of nurseries, and keep an immense stock of Roses, Ornamental Shrubs and Fruit Trees. Members of the Firm are often in this neighbourhood and will be glad to wait upon any who wish to make Improvements. Please address all letters to the Firm- TRESEDER & Co., Nurserymen and Landscape Gardeners, TRURO, CORNWALL. PRICE OF COAL. very beat House and Steam Coal, 22s JL per ton Newport Coal, 20s; Culm and Lumps, 138 per ton. Special prices for Truck Loads. Lime and Best Buff, Red and Fire Bricks to order. Samples of Bricks to be seen at weighbridge office, Goodwick. S. H. Hughes, coal-merchant, Goodwick P. WILLIAMS, Stationer, &c., Castle Hill, FISHGUARD. SPLENDID selection of Fancy Goods, Stand- ard Books, Fountain Pens and Stylographs, Albums, Purses, Spectacles, Stephens' Inks, Walking Sticks, Trout Fishing Tackle, Pipes, Pouches, Tobaccos, Ovc. Pictorial Post Cards: Exquisite Local Views coloured and black and white.—Capern's Bird Seeds. Kitchen chairs, 3s 3d each; giant arm chairs, 8s 9d; smokers, 10s 6d. Guaranteed to stand any amount ot fair wear and tear-— Supply Stores, Fishguard. Printed and Published by the ProprietoI L. EVANS, at his Steam Printing Works High Street, Fishguard, Pembrokeshire
INew Scheme for Elementary…
New Scheme for Elementary Teachers. KING'S SCHOLARSHIP TO BE ABAN- DONED. Something of importance concerning can- didates for the teaching profession has just been issued by the Board of Education in the shape of regulations and syllabus for preliminary examination for the certificate which in 1907 will take the place ef the King's scholarship examination. A regards the altered name, the Board considered the old title misleading, as the examination was no longer the only avenue through which the teacher could obtain admission to the train- ing college, aid given by the Exchequer to- wards training of teachers for public elemen- tary schools being rather a grant for main- tenance of colleges than individual scholar- ships. The change also provides recognition of the fact that the examination is now more important as a preliminary stage towards the certificate examination for untrained teachers than as an entrance examination for train- ing colleges. These successful candidates will have to pass tests in competition and arithmetic, to show a reasonable degree of efficiency in English history and geography, and to offer one other subject—either elementary science or mathematics or foreign laoguage. Marks of distinction will be awarded,and fl/r this purpose candidates may take further optional subjects which will count towards success in the examination as a whole. The standard required to pass will be roughly that required by examination, and that necessary to obtain distinction equivalent to having the certificate of the London University, English and history being rather higher. The university exten- sion certificate will no longer be accepted in lieu of the corresponding subject in the Board's own examination, and the Board will not in future allow students. to be prepared for university degree or examination leading thereto unless he has passed the preliminary examination for the certificate, with distinc- tion in compulsory subjecte, aid elementary science and mathematics and two languages, or unless he has passed some other examina- tion accepted by the Board as equivalent.
MATHRY. The Bishop of Swansea held a confirmation in Matbry Church. The Rev D Griffiths, vicar, and Rev J Bowen, St. Lawrence, as- sisted in the service. There were four candi. dates from St Lawrence and seven from Mathry. The Bishop delivered a very solemn and instructive address, which was highly appreciated by the congregation' Mrs Perkins ably presided at the organ, and the singing was very good. Tea was provided in the schoolroom.
CRICKET. FISHGUARD JUNIORS v. GOODWICK. The return match between these two teams was played on the Cefnydre ground on Tuesday in last week. The Goodwick side was strengthened by the presence of W T John, who, although a teacher in the Council School, decided to play with Good- wick. The Fishguard boys, especially Henry Davies, fielded very well, and won by 32 runs. The scores were as follows :— Fishguard-Stanley James, run out, 3 T J Evans. c and b W T John, 3 Paterson, c John, 13; H Davies, b W T John, 8 Havard, b W T John, 0 Ed Thomas, run out, 4; JO Richards,, run out, 8; T J Owen, b Walters, 1 Tom Richards, not out, 4 Percy Owen, run out, 1 G Cornock, b Walters, 1 Extras, 14; Total, 60. Goodwick-W Walters, c II Davies, 0 W Harries, c II Davies, 0 Reynhart, cT J Evans, 0; J Owen, run out, 9 D Morgin, b T J Evans, 0; G Hughes, b S James, 2; A Harries, c H Davies, 0 W r John, b T J Evans, 6; Leonard Davies, not out*, 2; A Owen, b J 0 Richards 2,; Wm Thomas, b Paterson, 1 Extras, 6 Total, 28
No Light.—At Roose Petty Sessions on Saturday Wm Rowlands, ot Dale Point Farm, was summoned for driving without a light. P.C. Lewis. stationed at Dale, said on the 17th ult. he saw the defendant driv- ing a horse and cart in Dale village. He had no light and when he asked defendant to explain its absense be said he had lost his lamp on the road coming from Little-Marloes. Defendant, who did not appear, wa3 fined Is and 6s 6d coat.
JABEZ CHAPEL, PONTFAEN. THE Re-opening Services Will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday, August 22nd and 23rd, 1905, When some of the Leading Divines of the Principality will officiate. eRÐIØÑ Aqricultural Society. SHOW On Wednesday, August 9, 1905 Nearly £150 in prizes for Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Pigs, Harness, Riding and Trotting Classes. (Open to Counties 'of Cardigan, Carmarthen, and Pembroke). Also nearly zClOO grand Open Prises for Double and Single Harness and Jumping Classes. Entries Close oil Tuesday, August 1st. For Schedules, &c., apply to D. Morgan Jones, Secretary. Main Street, Fishguard. JOSEPH- REES Begs to inform the residents of Fishguard and District that he has just opened busi- ness as a Fruiterer and Greengrocer, and respectfully solicits a share of public patronage. ———— A choice supply of fresh goods daily. J A trial order respectfully solicited. I There are two ways of making money nowadays. Get a job in the Royal Mint, or buy your clothing and provisions at'the O'Connell Cash Stores, Goodwick, near the Duffryn Railway Bridge.-Adt. Our Coffee trade is increasing constantly, only one quality kept—the very best.— Fishguard Supply Stores. If you want a cup of really delicious tea try ours at 2s 6d per lb. It is economical besides, goes twice as far.— Fishguard Supply Stores. We have just received a large stock of new pictures from 6id. Splendid value.— Fishguard Supply Stores. —FRESH ARRIVAL of SUMMER GOODS— AT Paris House, West-St., FRANCIS A. DAVItb Is making a GRAND SHOW of Fashions & New Goods NEW STYLES in Coats and Skirts, Jackets, Costume Skirts, under Skirts, Children's Pelisses. Coats, Hats. Bonnets, etc. MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION of dainty Blouses and Slips in Sateens, Lawns, Voiles, Nun's Veilings, Jap Silks, etc Prices, Is 6ld to 12s lid. SPECIAL Ivory White Jap Silk Slips, trimmed La-ce and Insertion. Prices, 2s ltid and 4s 11d. Extraordinary value. 2 GRAND STOCK of blaelf and coloured Dress Materials in Voiles, Crepolines, Fancy Costume Tweeds, colored :'ilks. Jap Silks, Tussones, French Delaines; printed Voile's, Zephyrs, De Lainettes, Mer. Lawns, Blouse Muslins,Oxford Shirtings, Drills ATTR ACTIVE DISPLAY of Collaretteg, Laces, Baits in Kid and Silk, Corsets. Silk and Lace Scarves, Trimmings and Insertions, Umbrellas, Sunshades, exquisite effect in Wide Lace Scarves. EXCEPTIONAL VALUE in GLOVES, Kids, Doeskin, Suede, real Mocha; every pair guaranteed also new Fabric Gloves and Mitts, in Lace, Silk Net, Taffeta, etc SPECIAL VALUE in Calicoes, Sheetings. Quilts, Lace Curtains, Cretonnes, Carpet Squares. Hearthrugs. Floor Cloths in all width, etc. GENTS' HATS and CiVPS (Christy's celebrated makes stocked), Shirts, Ties, Collars, Boys' Suits and Washing Blouses in great variety. All Goods Marked in Plain Figures at the Lowest possible Prices i Notice to Farmers. j For 1 Sheep Dips,. Fly and Maggot Oils, Fly Powders, And all other Horse and Cattle Medicines, -GO TO- Meyler, Chemist, Fishguard. Highest Quality, Lowest Prices. MEDICINE OILS of all kinds in Cans and Casks at prices which cannot be beaten. hrt X ::TU'l ::s Q l'j r \JJ. 0 I Tji I z O ø (D (D a> .L:d- ? The Fishguard Cycle and Motor Depot. Cycles! Cycles! A COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH & RECORDS GIVEN WITH EVERY MACHINE. For one month only every Purchaser of a Cycle will receive free of charge a Columbia with the cheaD shorMv »^ i va, °8- The30 Phonographs are not to be classed the same time 'as the Cycle-there wUl■y1idTerti8ed. The Phonograph wUI be delivered limited number of thAQo F/I U • 00 WALTM8 whatever. There are only a You can have vour phol glVeQ ^Way 80 Send that oraer 1Q at 0QCe aud secure one- y 0 you have over a dor^n v an/ m? offCycle that 1 am ASent for which means that Wedee Star Osm! j ^akes to chose from, such as Elswick, Ariel, Fleet, Budge- makes.' Leader. and other leading Coventry and Birmingham XT Catalogues and full particulars of the above makes sent on application. iNote the Address IVOR H. croisTEs, Cycle & Motor Depot, West-street, Fishguard A Word to the Wise. 1 A Word to the Wise. A Word to the Wise. Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters IS THE BEST REMEDY For Weakness, Nervousness, Indigestion, Sleeplessness, Low Spirits, Chest Affections, Influenza, Impure Blood. The Fickle Nature of our Climate. The fickle nature of the climate of this country often gives rise to a Variety of ailments and complaints, which, assuming at first the form of only a slight indisposition, if neglected and unheeded, may become the germ of serious diseases, which will undermine the constitution, and finally result in a long- and lingering illness, and perhaps terminate fatally. The variable temperature and the changeable weather of the last month or so makes it incumbent on all of us to exercise wise and prudent precautions to Counteract the evil effects which the weather may have bad upon our health and comfort. Already we frequently he £ !l.8U,ch co"jPflal?.tS a,f No appetite," These frequent headaches," .'This languid feeling, and dozens of other expressions which all point to the urgent need of a Tonic. Now there are several tonic mixtures offered to the public,but none which have been so uniformly successful as Gwilym 1 Quinine Bitters. It is sold in bottles 2s. 9d. and 4s. 6d., by Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors, or will be sent, carriage free, for these prices, direct from the Sole Proprietors Quinine Bitters Manufacturing Company Limited, Llanelly, South Wales. Beware of Imitations. Beware of Imitations. When you ask for Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters see that you get it with the name Gwilym Evans on the Label, Stamp, and Bottle, without which none are genuine,