1 THE Subscription to th e j ECHO is as follows Quarter, 17 Ii ihalf-year, 3 3 )One year, 6 6
"The ECHO" j HAS A CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT OF ANY OTHER NEWSPAPER J PUBLISHED IN Pembrokeshire
I £ Hennessy's Brandy in Wood and Bottle. Nicholson's London Gin, Old Jamaica Rums, and Jersey Brandies. «• r II )' The Wine and Spirit Stores, Fishguard. ) ROBERT LEWIS, Wholesale and Retail Wine and Spirit Merchant. MALSTEH, &0. to Ws Choice selection of old WINES and SPIRITS, GOOD SHERRY, pale or gold, from 15s to 30s pei aozen., SUP^ £ ditto, pale or gold, from 30s to 54s per dozen. AMONTILLADO, pale or gold, 30* to 60s per dozen. PORT of various ages, from 15s to 54s per dozen; good OLARETT from 15s to 30s per dozen. Our otea. Grlenlivet Scotcll WtaLlSKey at 25/- per Gallon. INGHAM'S MARSALLA, CHAMPAGNES AND MOSELLES. SPECIAL WORTHINGTON'H ALES AND GUINNESS'S EXTRA STOUT IN CASK AND BOTTLES. i The ^JUiC3LS'€ftj* Owing to increased duty on British and Foreign Spirits, they have been compelled to advance their Prices accordingly. Sole Agent for the District for Messrs Worthington's Celebrated Mild and Bitter Ales, in 9, 18, and 36 Gallon Casks. ESTABLISHED 1823. George Bennett & Co., Fishguard. The Oldest Wholesale Wine and Spirit Business (in succession of above title) in the County, 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 22s. per gallon, or 3s. 8d. per bottle. Hall's Wine, Is 9d and 3s per bottle. Keystone Burgundy, Quart Flagon 2s 2d, Half Flagon Is Id. Liefeig's Lemco, Is 11-id I and 3s per bottle. GEORGE BENNETT & Co., FISHGUARD. ENGLISH AND AMERICAN mia rm lost- am In rm V!v ww ARTIFICIAL TEETH Messrs. EDWARD ENGLAND Ltd. ATTEND AT Mr. MEYLER, Chemist, Main street, Fishguard, DAILY. ALSO AT Messrs. PHILLIPS and MEYLER, Chemists, Main-st., Goodwick Every Wednesday from 11 to 4. ALSO AT Mrs. JAMES, Market Street, Newport, Pem. Every Eriday from 11 to 4. ESTIMATES FREE. Teeth supplied, from One Teoth to a Complete Set. Single Teeth, froai 5s • Set up- per or lo wer 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 ..A.. 4VT.A.9 FOR PIANOS AND ORGANS' BY Collard, Brimsmead, Hopkinson, Cramer, Mason and Hamlin, Bell, Karn, Needham, &e. PRICES LIST ON APPLICATION. TUNINGS AND REPAIRS. Addresses-HAVERFORDWEST, PEMBROKE DOCK & TENBY Mr jOowtan visits Fishguard and District periodically. Orders left at the Cartref Refreshment House, High Street, will receive prompt attention. Pe&dre Motor & Cycle Works, lotterslon T. WILLIAMS J Begs to draw special attention to his LARGE STOCK of HIGH GRADE CYCLES A large proportion of which have been Built throughout on the Premises. Ir Machines Built from B. S. A. FITTINGS a speciality. œ- Agent for the following High-grade CyclesRoyal Enfields, Premiers, Rovers, Singers, Rudge-Whitworths, Sparkbooks, and Swift Cycles. Every description of Repairs executed at most moderate Charges Send your Old Machines Ili 0 a 9 to be Re-enamelled and Re-plated Printed and Published by the Proprietor, LEVI EVANS, at his Printing Offices, High Street, Fishguard, in the County of Pembroke. F ').¡.- W- illíaIn J arrtes" Jl"v -c. Annual' .( W- in ter =SALE= i ■" WILL COMMENCE Thursday, December 30 And Continue during the whole of January. Owing* to the Unseasonable Weather we \.V • V hacl last Summer our stock is Yery large, and we must clear out to make room for new Spring Goods. ThePopularity of tiiis Annual 46ale is proved by the excitement it creates. Customers may rely as to this Sale that no effort on our part will be spared to make it a Grand Success. Vex*naL» s Strictly Cask* > WM. JAMES, Draper, Main Street, And. General Outfitter, Market Square, FISHGU ARD. < ,J IAn Ideal Saline I for all Seasons. (t +?, Per Bottle 6d. MntM 1VI:E"Y"L:EI;C. s MAIN STREET, FISHGUARD. I. n_ important to Agriculturists & Public. In expressing appreciation of the generous support accordel them W, Ironmongers. C FISHGUARD, Have great pleasure in announcing that the Sole Agencies Of the following celebrated firms have been placed with them for Fishguard and District: The Nelotte 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 and Dairy Requisites of all kinds. Ironmongery, Tools of Every Description Call and inspect our stock; it is unsurpassed anywhere. MELOTTE CREAM SEPARATORS Have the largest sale in the British Empire. I IM|I» Boulone Wj aHb France (05). 4HtaW Rosebank AWA RDED t (S. Africa), 1906. -nvr-RQT "flSr Port E,izabeth ±«l±tO± j»r (S. Africa), 1906. "D"DTr7TP Beating all — rH>L6hi. Competitors. IF YOU WANT TO, PURCHASE A PIANO or ORGAN | I- W. McKENZIE & SON Would like the Public to believe that they are the most Practical Pianoforte Tuners & Dealers IN THE KINGDOM, W. McKenzie having been Grand Finishing and Tuning at Broad wood's for 7 yhars also employed at Collard and Collard's and ChappelTs. W. F. McKenzie has gained his experience at ChappelTs and Co., Bond Street, London. Pianos of any Makers supplied. Large Discount for Cash Pianoforte Teaching by Miss McKenzie. Qualification Pass Senior Trinity College, London, 1906. — — Saturdays Devoted to County Pupils Victoria Place, Haverfordwest IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS! ^HE t Every mother who values the Health and W Cleanliness of her child should use y A HARRISON'S A C°uirn E V POMADE.T. | FOR P One application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strengthens the Hair. M rA rA OOD, pHEAP, & 4 RT1STIC y Insist on having HARMISON'S POMADE. JZJL. M W SE0> *• HARRISON, CHEMIST, READING. W 1 r r I "pRINTING. M Agent for Goodwick—D. L Llewellyn and -L J Phillips and Meyler, chemists. „ p Agents for Fishguard—Thos. Lewis, chemist Market Square.