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Sole Agent for the District for Messrs Worthington's Celebrated Mild and Bitter Ales, in 9, 18, and 36 Gallon Casks- Agent for the District for Messrs Murphy and Messrs Jameson's & Pym's Superior Irish Porters. The and Spirit Stores, Plsngraara. ROBERT LEWIS, Wholesale and Retail Wine and Spirit Merchant, Maltster, &c, R. L. invites attention to his choice selection of old WINES and SPIRITS. GOOD SHERRY, p-3ie or gold, from 15s. to 30s. per aoz. superior ditto, pale or gold, from 30s. to 54s. per doz, AMONTILLADO, pale or goia, itOs. to 60s. per dozen. PORT of various ages, from 15s. to 54s. per dozen good CLARETS from 15s. to SOs. per dozen. Royal "Welsh Wlilsls:ey at <fcS5/- pa* iwwen. INGHAM's MafsaLLa, Oiiampag-nes and Moselles. BASS AND WORTHINGTON'S ALES AND GUINNESS'S EXTRA STOUT IN CASK AND BOTTLES. A choice selection of Grasses, Clovers, and other Seeds now on sale. t • I Hennessy's Brandy in Wood and Bottle. $ Nicholson's London Gin, Old Jamaica tJums, and Jersey Brandies. ESTABLISHED 1823. George Bennett & Co., Fishguard. The Oldest Wholesale Wine and Spirit Business (in succession of above title) in the County. e AGE IN WHISKEY Alone determines the quality and flavour. When the Whiskey has been matured by age alone the richness and fulness of flavour —certain signs of excellence-possess a certain refinement which is bound to be fully appreciated by every connoisseur. These are characteristics of BENNETT'S OLD IRISH WHISKEY, Supplied at 18s. per gallon, or 3s. per bottle. Hall's Wine, Is 9d and 3s per bottle. Keystone Burgundy, tn Quart Flagon 2s 2d, Half Flagon Is Id. Liebig's Lemco, Is Vid and 3s per bottle. GEORGE BENNETT. & Co., FISHGUARD. ATcowtan FOR IV PIANOS AND ORGANS BY Collard, Brimsmead, Hopkinson, Cramer, Mason and Hamlin, Bell, Karn, Needham, &c. PRICES LIST ON APPLICATION. TUNINGS AND REPAIRS. Addresses-HAVERFORDWEST, PEMBROKE DOCK A TENBY A. COWTAN begs to announce that he has purchased Mr BALL'S practice in North Pembrokeshire, and that his Representative will shortly be visiting the neighbourhood. English and American ABSISIUAl Æ 1m M mEi ISWMD SHGUBB tlD Can be Interviewed at Chester House, 8 Picton Place, H'west-DAIL Y Also at Mr Johns, Bookseller and Stationer, New Bridge, Haverfordwest, every alternate Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Next visit APRIL 17 At Mr Meyler, Chemist, Charles Street, Milford Haven, Every Tuesday. At Mr Meyler, Chemist, Main-st., Fishguard, Every Alternate Thursday, next visit APRIL 22 Also 28, Diamond Street, Pembroke Dock, and every other Thursday at Mr Appleby, Chemist, High Street, Neyland. ESTIMATES FREE. Teeth supplied, from One Tooth to a Complete Set. Single Teeth, froji 5s Set, up- per or lower from 50s.. Our charges for Artificial Teeth include extractions, and all work is guaranteed and kept in order free of charge. We believe that the success which has attended us in the past is due to the fact that we have always studied the comfort of clients, together with keeping our fees as moderate as possible, and we guarantee the best materials and workmanship obtainable. Teeth extracted with Nitrous Oxide Gas.. Also extraction by Hypodermic Injection. ;)-:S!ó. JL BENSON'S WATCHES I f Agte tue best' I ? ft Lj! Jj J ^-4asil ■ |S| In Silver Cases, from £ 1.15 5 I ^aSeSl^r?ni.B 1 1: ,r}J ty Illustrated Book No. 1 ith full particular$, ,<11.11.' II' .1. | POST FREE.' \( :"j t Yi\ 'I '7ff. ti H J¿ y 1mt System of in 18-et. Oases, jta 1 MONTHLY j: PAYMENTS lT?7vp | Of 10/- and upwards IS AVAILABLE. BENSON'S '?'» U"l chcrge extra for buying this ivay. The "LUIXGATE" Watch in Silver CjiS6Sj £ 5 # 5« r illustrated Soc^s rOST FJtSE. a |fdS DEBJ&ARI !• «• W. BcNaUN, ltd,, l J 62&64, LOPS ATE HILL, LONDON. E.O. ;vi g .—— = Main Street, I, Fishguard, MARCH, 1909 MADAM, < I HAVE PLEASURE IN ACQUAINTING YOU THAT MY preparations FOR THE Coming Season ARE COMPLETE. I BEG TO INVITE YOU TO INSPECT THE SAME. I EVERY DEPARTMENT CONTAINS THE MOST UP-TO-DATE IN Wearing Materials and Furnishing Requisites The Millinery and • Dress Departments m ESPECIALLY WILL BEAR COMPARISON WITH ANY ESTABLISHMENT IN OR OUT OF LONDON FOR TASTE, VARIETY, AND VALUE. William James, THE DRAPER, J FISHGUARD [ DO YOU KNOW| That a slight Cold or Cough is often the forerunner of I serious. complaints ? We wish to remind you that we manufacture a remedy that Cures Colds and Coughs. It is quite unlike other Cough Mixtures in composition and We KllXOW that it has cured many people when other remedies had failed. TRY IT.-It soothes the Irritation instantly. Cuts up the Phlemn. Warms the Chest. Relieves the Breathing. And Cures the Cough. We make it, and you can only obtain it from us, if you cannot call, we will send it Carriage Paid to your home. ONE SIZE AND ONE PRICE-O N E S H ILL I N G. Meyler, Chemist, Fishguard (Who has no connection with other Firms of the same name). Impertant to Agriculturists & Public. A 1- In expressing appreciation of the generous ■ support accorded them, # Messrs. W. I BYIOI & SOU, Wholesale & Retail Xponmongeps, 4fcc9 Have great pleasure in announcing that the Sole Agencies Of the following celebrated firms have been placed with them for Fishguard and District: Messrs. Walter A. Wood's and Massey-Harris' celebrated Mowers, Reapers and Binders, &c. The International Harvesting Company (Formerly Messrs Osborne, Deering, and McCormick). The Melotte" Cream Separator. Ransome's and Howard's celebrated Ploughs. Sellar's Washing Machines and Mangles. Also Sole Agents for the Melotte Cream Separators, and Hathaway's celebrated Prize Churns & Dairy Requisites of all kinds. Also Agents for — Edison's Phonographs& Records All Classes of Engmeering undertaken. Estimates Free. Ironmongery, Tools of every description SJ and First-class Quality. j| Cutlery Plate, &c., &c. IST MODERATE PRICES, Call and inspect our stock; it is unsurpassed anywhere. MELOTTE Cream Separators Have the Largest Sale in the British Empire. + fjH Boulogne )BNB (France), 1905. AWARDE Rosebank FIRST vnt (S. Africa), 1906. TffllWr Port Elizabeth PRIZE. ■ I (S. Africa), 1906. Beating all + Competitors W. R. EYNON & SON, Ironmongers, Fishguard. Printed and Published by the Proprietor, LEVI EVANS, at his Printing Offioes High Street, Fishguard, in the County of Pembroke.