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The Fashions of the Moment. 1ST. o. TJEIOIVIAS Begs to announce that they have just returned from London with a Large Stock of DRAPERY AND MILLINERY Paris Models—Trimmed and Semi-Trimmed Straws and Crino- lines to suit all ages. Infants Millinery in great variety. Flowers, Feathers, Ospreys, Cabuchons, Millinery Beads and Sequins, now so much in vogue. I Costumes, Coats and Skirts in all the newest styles. A smart collection of Blouses in Silks, Laces, Nets, Delaines, Voiles, Cashmeres, Cambrics, and Embroidered AHover. The Fancy Department is well stocked with all that is Newest in Neckwear, Belts, Gloves, &c. The Gent's Department is well stocked in Men's, Youths, and Juvenile's Suits, Hats, Caps, Ties, Fronts, Collars, and Under- clothing, of every description. Before ordering your Spring and Summer Suits you are invited to cil and inspect my new ranges of Patterns for the coming Season. Value, Fit and Style cannot be beaten I assure you of our best attention at all times and solicit a con- tinuance of your valued support. Note Address- W. O. THOMAS, Railway House, West St., Fishguard, And Temple of Fashions, Newport, Pem. Clearance Sale BIVING UP BUSINESS The whole of my Stock of Boots & Shoes, &c., Must be clared as soon as possible, as I have decided to give up business, and special Bargains are offered. dOB HERBERT, Boot Warelxouse West Street, Fishguard. .r "r- High Street, Fishguard LEVI WILLIAMS & SON, PRACTICAL TAILORS, FOR LADIES AND MEN, Beg to thank their numerous customers for past favours, extending over a period of Half a Century, and beg to solicit a continuance ,of their kind patronage. A Grand Selection of SPRING and SUMMER PATTERS on view and for inspection. ø- Fit and Style Guaranteed. c- W. DAVIES & Co., Boot and Shoe Stores, Goodwiok, Have recently removed to LARGER and more CONVENIENT PREMISES and are now able to Supply BOOTS AND SHOES Of all Classes at the Lowest Possible Prices, and hopes are entertained that they will obtain a fair patronage from the inhabitants. Thanking for past favour GROCERY. -TheVergarn Stores, WEST STmf FISH6UARD, FOR Groceries and Provisions OF ALL KINDS. An entirely Fresh Stock. No old Goods kept. The Stock is of the Choicest possible kind. Nothing but the Best Stocked. Soliciting a continuance of the excellent public patronage already extended. J. D. WILLIAMS Coronation' Stores, GOODWICK THE BEST HOUSE FOR £ xoeet\es & lvovo%so%on5i High-class TEAS a speciality. A choice selection of Goods for Christmas Trade. FRUITS at lowest prices. Our Bread and Cakes are renowned for their qualities. Respectfully soliciting a continuance of public patronage and support. PLEASE NOTE ADDRESS- ARTHUR DAVIES, Coronation Stores, GOODWICK. The" CARTREil" Refreshment House, Higk-St, Fishcmrd Adjoining the Echo' Office Accommodation for Visitors. WELL-AIRED BEDS. Spacious and well-arranged Refreshment Room. large Room for Private Parties. Prompt Attendance. Moderate Charges L E. WILLIAMS, Proprietress) A. H. PECK, Watchmaker & Jemellef, « Vergam Terrace, FISHGUARD, I Begs to announce that he has commenced BUSINESS at the above address where he trusts that by personal attention and excellence of workmanship to merit a share of public patronage and support. London and Provincial Experience. J. I. Griffiths & Co., Gents' Mercers, Tailors, And Boot Stores, Beg to announce that they have OPENED Premises at Dyffryn And hope to receive a fair share of public —patronage.— Prices to suit all classes— Ladies Boots from 5s 1 id. Gents' from 4s 1 id Children's from 2s nd. Repairs done at the shortest notice. Town & Barrington, Fish Stores, Goodwick, Beg to inform, the inhabitants of Goodwick and District that they have OPENED STORES And are now able to supply Fried Fish, Dried and Shell Fish, and hope to obtain a fair patronage from the public. Orders strictly attended to. Oysters a speciality, Fried Fish and Chipped Potatoes every evening from 6 to 10.30 p.m. Parcels of Fish sent to any address, 7 lbs at 2s 6d carriage paid. Cleaned ready for the table. f Castle.. Stores Just arrived a Large quantity of JFvuit Of the Highest Ouality, viz.; Raisins, Currants, Sultanas, Stoned Raisins, Muscatells, Figs, Apples, Oranges, Grapes, Lemons, Dates, Metz Fruits, Almonds, Nuts, Lemon Citron, and Orange Peels. Chutney, Ourrie Powders, Blancmange, Custard Powders, &c. Self Raising and other Cake Flour. Essences, Vanilla, Lemon, Cochineal Almonds. Harris' Wiltshire Sausages, fresh daily; Cooked Hams, luncheon Sausages. Try our Welsh Hams. Huntley and Palmers Cakes & Biscuits. Dwyryd, Liptons, Home and Colonial Tower and Magnetic Teas. NOTE THE ADDRESS- W. D. GRIFFITHS, Castle St ores, FISHGU""P.RD. J. D. and Ben Thomas CABINET MAKERS AND UPHOLSTERElib., 88, Orcbard Stmt, Swansea (Opposite Central Police Station). Designs and Estimates Free Mr. Frederick o. Palmer, Associate of the Royal College of Organists (Certificates F.R.C.O., Practical Exam- ination the Associated Board of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music the Incorporated Society of Musicians, London (honours), and Trinity College, London). GIVES laESSONS In Organ, Pianoforte, Voice Production and Theory of Music also personal or correspondence lessons in Har- mony, Counterpoint, etc. High Street, Fishguard. WELSH FLANNEL MRS. T. WILLIAMS, STATION ROAD, LETTERSTON, has a large Stock of Welsh Flannels for Under-wear and Dresses. See Patterns and Prices before buying elsewhere. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure for Coughs and Colds never fails. 1/12, 2/9. 2 Town Hall, Fishguard., A. J. HODGES (Associate of the Auctioneers' Institute) Auctioneer, Accountant, Valuer, House, Land and Commission Agent. Sales conduct 3d of House and Land Property, Agricultural Stock and Crop, Household Furniture, &c. Agent for the Chief Life, Fire, I Accident, Plate Glass and Live Stock Insurance Societies. Agent for the ivell-known Dublin and Wicklow Manures- Stores-Near Fishguard Post Office. PARISH OF DINAS. I Sale of Freehold Property. MESSRS. DAVIES AND THOMAS have been instructed to Offer for Sale by Public Auction at the GLAN HOTEL, DINAS CROSS, on FRIDAY, MAY 14th, 1909, at 3 p.m. subject to conditions then and there read, all that desirable FREEHOLD HOLDING Known as JERM1N containing by admeasure- ment Four Acres, One Rood and Twenty Three Perches or thereabouts, situate in the parish of Dinas, in the County of Pembroke. The Property comprises Seven small Fields which contain a good supply of water. Im- mediate possession can be arranged. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers; Mr. GEORGE DAVIES, Garn, Dinas Cross, or or to Mr W. J. VAUGHAN, Solicitor, Fish- guard. FISHGUARD COUNTY SCHOOL. THE Governors of the above-named school invite Tenders for the painting of all wood work and railing, colouring of walls and ccilings, and repairing of damaged plastering, &c. The work to be done during the month of August next. Further particulars can be obtained from the Headmaster. Sealed Tenders (marked on the outside tenders for painting), to be forwarded to the undersigned on or before June ist, igog. D. W. LEWIS, May 5th, 1909. Tower Hill, Fishguard. Preliminary. Announcement. Hermon Chapel, Fishguard tb Fishguard Cboral Socktp WILL HOLD A GRAND CONCERT At the above Chapel (kindly lent for the occasion) On Wednesday, May 26, 1909 Chairman—E. D. JONES, Esq., J.P. Reserved Tickets, 2s 6d. Plan of Chapel to be seen at the Echo" Shops, and also with the secretary, Mr H. B. GEORGE, Chemist. Fuller particulars later. West Street, Fishguard. H. PATTERSON, Dry, Wet and Fried Fish Merchant. ARRIVALS DAILY- Lemon Soles, 4d per lb. Hake, Cod, Etc., 3d per lb guaranteed perfectly fresh. Smoked Haddocks, 4td per lb. Our Speciality-Fillets, 5d per lb Bloaters, Kippers. &c., at lowest market prices. A continuance of your favours solicited Fried Fish and Chip Potatoes from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. We do not use oil for frying, hence the unique flavour of Qur Chips." Central Stores, Main Street, Fishguard. BIacbllPn Owen Beg to announce that they will Open the above Premises THURSDAY NEXT, MAY 13th With a Choice Selected Stock of Groceries &-Provisions of Tip Top Quality. CORN, FLOUR, MEALS, &c., at Lowest Possible Prices, and hope, by careful and personal attention to all orders entrusted to their care, to merit a share of public support. By way of celebrating the event they will make a SPECIAL OFFER to the First few hundred Customers, particulars of which will appear next week. Blackburn & Owen, CENTRAL STORES, FISHGUARD. PUNCHESTON Supply Stores. WM. EVANS Begs to thank his numerous customers for the splendid support accorded him in the past and solicits a continuance of their patronage. Large stock of China Goods, also Paints, Oils, Wall-Papers, Varnishes, &c All I ask is comparison in Price and Quality. Top Pice for Eggs all the year round. Carriage Harness for Sale. FOR SALE, a first class set of Silver- Mounted full size Carriage Harness, in first class condition, suit horse 15 hands or over, cost 10 guineas accept £5 5s.- Apply, Echo" Offices, High-street, Fish- guard. TO LET, that old established and well- known business house in Main-street, Fishguard, and now occupied by Mr D Co'rnock. This house is large and has spac- ious rooms and well suited for either resi- dential or business purposes. For full parti- culars apply to Mr D Cornock, on the premises. "GOODWICK, PEM. ITlOR SALE, a Valuable Freehold BUILD- X. ING PLOT situate in the centre of the above rapidly rising town, having a frontage of 23 feet or thereabouts to the main road with a depth of about 92 feet. Full particulars may be obtained on appli- cation to A. J. HODGES, Auctioneer, &c., Town Hall, Fishguard. Cambrian Square, Fishguard. J Important Sale of Grand Young Pure Shrop- shire Brooding Ewes and Lambs. W. R. CARVER Has been instructed by Mr Daniel Bevan, of Goodwick (who is giving up sheep farming) I to Sell by Auction (without reserve On Thursday, May 6th, 1909 At the Cambrian Square, Fishguard, the following Sff-jSJEXIESESF 17 Prime ybang breeding owes, together with about 25 strong lambs in lots to suit pur- chasers the whole flock are in sound, healthy condition, and are of a pure Shropshire breed. I Sale to commence at 12.3C. Credit on I Conditions. Market Square, Fishguard. Highly Important Saie of Valu tble Modern and Antique Household Fuinituie. I W. R. CARVER Has been instructed by Mrs Thomas, who is leaving for America, to Sell by Auction On THURSDAY, MAY 6th, 1909 The whole of the valuable Hous ehold Tcr* EFFECTS Sale to commence at 12 o'clock sharp. Terms-CASH. GOODWICK, Pembrokeshire. IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE. W. R. CARVER Has been instructed by Capt. Lewis Williams to Sell by Auction at the GLENDOWER HOTEL,. GOODWICK, On Tuesday, May 11th, 1909 Subject to the Conditions of Sale then and there read, all that Newly Erected PRIVATE DWELLING HOUSE With the Outbuildings, Yard & Gardens belonging thereto, situate at Goodwick, below the road leading off Goodwick Hill (above the Church). The premises have a frontage to such road of 53ft. 6in., or thereabouts, and a depth on the North side of 88ft., or thereabouts, and on the South side of 83ft. or thereabouts. The Dwelling House consists of two large sitting rooms, kitchen, pantry, coal-house, w.c., three large bedrooms, bathroom with hot and cold water laid on, and a large hot air clothes cub- board. The site is extensive and there is ample room for further building if desired. The Auctioneer begs to draw attention to this sale of a superior Dwelling House, which has just been completed no expense having been spared to secure the best materials and finish. The property commands a grand view of Fisbguard Harbour and the surrounding country, and for a private residence the position is second to none. Immediate possession may be obtained, and most of the purchase iiiouey may remain on mortgage if desired. Sale to commence at 3 o'clock sharp. A plan of the House and Grounds may be seen, and further particulars may be obtained on application to the Auctioneer, or Air. W. J. VAVGHAN, Solicitor, Fishguard COWS WANTED. WANTED, three or four Castlemartin or W Short Horns Cows incalf or with calfs at foot, from five to six years old state full particulars with lowest prices.—Apply, LEWIS, Salt Merchant, Merthyr. TO LET, Grazing Land at Llanstinan, in excellent grass. Apply for particulars to R. Griffiths, Esq., Llanstinan Hall, Letter ston. TENDERS are invited for carrying out necessary REPAIRS at Stoneiiall Mill, St Lawrence.—Apply for fuller particulars at Llwynon, Vergam Terrace, Fishguard. TENDERS are invited for Carpenter's Work on Four Dwelling Houses. Plans and specifications may be seen with Mr Thos. Williams, contractor, Sea View House, Let- terston, to whom tenders are to be. sent. WANTED, Tenders for the building of an Earth Wall.—Apply for all par- ticulars to W. WILLIAMS, Penrhyw, Dinas Cross. TO LET, No. 8, Hill-street, Goodwick, containing six large rooms, with out- offices.-Apply, Geo. Thomas, 6, Hill-street, Goodwick. HOUSE TO LET at Vergam Terrace, Fishguard. Hot and cold water, and all conveniences, apply V J G Johns, Fish- guard. WANTED, a Man-servant for small farm must be able to milk.—Apply, St Dogwells Vicarage, Wolfscastle, Pem. LAND TO LET.—The Mill and Fraich Fields, containing over ten Acres of good Pasture Land, with water and well- fenced. Possession 29th September.—Apply, George Bennett & Co., Fishguard. TO BE LET, in the Parish of Dinas, the Farms of GARNFACH and BRYN- NIWL, containing 32 acres. Possession at Michaelmas.—Apply Mrs Rees, Cilwenen. FOR SALE, good MANURE, from the Commercial Hotel Stables, Fishguard. MILK for Sale; 8d per gallon delivered at Fishguard Station.—Apply to E. Skyrne, Lower Farm, Lamphey, S.O. LAND TO LET.—Good pasture near the town of Fishguard.—Apply, Echo Offices. WANTED, at once, an Apprentice to the Shoeing and General Smith work.— Apply to George Evans, Slade Forge, Fish- guard. MORRIS, Carriage Builder, Fishguard, has T OR SALE two light Fruit Carts also one new Spring Cart. FOR SALE, about Four Tons of Meadow HAY, harvested in splendid condition. Apply, L. H. John, Mount Pleasant, Trevine. WANTED, a Man to attend to horse and a few cows, garden and Rectory grounds, and to make himself generally use- ful good cottage and garden and fields as part of wages. -Apply, The Rector, Letterston COAL.—Now unloading, the schooner Conovium," with a cargo of the Best Large Bamfurlong COAL, at 2is 6d per ton at the yard. Also expected daily, the Eleanor," with a cargo of the Best Screened Liverpool COAL, at 20S per ton at the yard (of 20 cwts. to the ton). Early orders will obiige. Jackson Bros., Coal Merchants, Fishguard and Goodwick. FOR SALE. — Three Wooden Cottages. Size of kitchen, 21 feet square also 2 bedrooms and stove in each cottage. Can be remQved in sections. Suitable for stables or stores.—Apply to E. Jackson, Grange, Fish- guard. TO LET, at Michaelmas next, the Rhewig Farm.—For particulars, apply to Mrs Harries, Tregwynt, Letterston, S.O. TO LET, with immediate possession, DWELLING HOUSE at Wallis-street, Fishguard.—Apply, W. L. Williams, Main- street, Fishguard. TO LET/ Pendock House, Lower Town, Fishguard.—Apply to Rev. James Lamb. ANTYWIZACH.-TO let, Part Banal, 12 P acres, full of grass.—Apply, W. G. James, Pantyphilip. MILLINERY.- Wanted Improvers and Apprentices.—Apply, Mrs Lloyd, The Bon Marche, Fishguard. ITIO LET, Dwelling House and Garden at Heol Dyfed," Windy Hall (Fishguard Building Club rent, 6s per week inclusive immediate possession.—Apply, A. J. HODGES, Auctioneer, Town Hall, Fishguard. A Public Apology. To Mr S. H. Richards Scales, Jour- nalist, 8 Penslade, Fishguard. WE, the undersigned, Bert Morgan and V ▼ Ewart Price, both oi West Street, Fishguard, do hereby humbly apologise to you for having assaulted you on Saturday night last, the first instant, at West Street, Fishguard, and we beg to tender you our sin- cere regret for having thus caused you injury and loss, and agree to compensate you for the loss sustained and the legal costs incurred by you, and to publish this Apology in the County Echo at our our expense. Dated this fifth day of May, 1909. (Signed) E. PRICE. B. MORGAN. T WILLIAM THOMAS, of Kensington j Street, Fishguard, do hereby Apologise to you for having been the cause of the assault made upon you in West Street on the first inst. Dated this fifth day of May, 1909. I (Signed) W. THOMAS. I Witness—W. EVANS, Solicitor, Fishguard.



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