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SALE SALE SALE SALE .+.. rOES:ET8' t Annual Winter SALE fT. !f IS SECOND TO NONE, SURPASSING ALL OTHERS §(9" For Real Genuine Reductions In General and Fancy Drapery, Millinery, Corsets, Underclothing Large Stock of Ivlaids and Ladies Jackets and Oustumes to clear Piles of Remnants on show each day. Sale during January, as usual, at ANCHOR HOUSE, FISHGUARD "!VEl\R jSpBctacIeg aqd pigfjt Tegtiqg. -S I D. AUGUSTUS DAVIES, Pharmacist and Optician, NEWPORT, Pem. Will resume his visit to Fishguard next week, Jan. 2.7th, and will n continue every alternate Thursday until further notice as follows— Jan. 27th, February 10th and 24th, March 10th and 24th, At Mrs RICHARDSON, opposite Temperance Hall. t Clearance Sale. BARGAINS!! BARGAINS!! To Arrest the Money-Saving Instincts -Jt^of Everybody. We know the Public are quick to discriminate between Goods that have been produced and made up Cheaply for the SALES and the bona-fide Stock, every article of which can be relied upon for Quality of Material, Soundness of Manufacture, and correctness of Style. Note only Address— XSYSMrm. 7M TL 4B 90 Bradford House, West-st., Fishguard W. O. THOMAS' f ANNUAL QAIF CLEARANCE Of Drapery Goods is now on AND IT IS POSITIVELY THE Most Popular Event of the Season. Do not miss the Bargains on offer and remember that our Goods cannot be excelled in Quality, Style, & Cheapness PLEASE NOTE ADDRESS- Railway House, West St., Fishguard And Temple of Fashions, Newport, Pem. SUPPLY STORES, I FISHGUARD, For the —— Best-class Groceries and Provisions. Fresh Arrivals Daily. Try our New Season Pickle Cabbage, also Onions, Mixed and Broccoli- the finest produced. Finest Cheddar and American Cheese always in stock. We recommend a special Blend of Tea at Is 9d, the Best on the Market. Francis, Supply Stores, Fishguard. D. E. Nicholas Begs to announce that he has TAKEN OVER THE BUSINESS Of Mr. T. M. Daniel. Of which he has hitherto been the Manager. Whilst thanking all Customers for past; favours, he hopes to receive a continuance of their support, which he will endeavour to merit. D. E. rqICHOLAS, Ironmonger & Implement Agent West Street, FISHGUARD Cycles, Guns and Cartridges a Speciality. —i: The Old Firm-Cannot be Beaten JUST ARRIVED AT THE CASTLE STORES A Large Assortment of Raisins, Currants, Sultanas, Stoned Raisins, Muscatelles, Jordan and other Almonds, Nuts Figs, Dates, Oranges, Apples, Lemons, Onions Metz Fruits, Prunes and Dried Apricots, Jams Jellies, Mincemeat, all kinds of Essences, Huntley and Palmer's Biscuits and Cakes, Harris' Sausages, Cooked Hams, Luncheon Sausages. Try our Home-cured Bacon or Hams with your Turkey. NOTE THE ADDRESS— V. D. GRIFFITHS. Castle stares, FISGURD. £ 100. Free Insurance UNDERTAKEN BY The Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation;, Ltd (Empowered by Special Act of Parlian tent). Principal Office: 36 to 44, Moorgate Street, London, E.C. I THIS COUPON-INSURANCE-TICKET I MUST NOT BE DETACHED. £ 9 «f Will be paid by Ocean vv/ Accident and (Saar antee Corporation, Limited, Principal OffL ce,Nos. 96 to 44, Moorgate Street, London, E. C., to the legal personal representative of toe bo-tut fide holder of this Conpan-Insurance-Ticket if the holder shall be killed or fatally injured by an accident within the United Kingd om to anj, Rail- way Company's passenger-tram in whic h the holder is travelling H9 a tickets-bearing o r fal- paying passenger. Provided that the above undrjrtaking is st ibject to the following special condit ions, which a re of the essence of the contract, vi7„ This Insurance entitles the holder to the benefit of, and is subjec6 to, the conddtions of the Otean Accident and Guarantee Company, Limit ed, Act, 1890," Risks Nos. 2 and 3, when they are not incompatible with the sspecial conditions abc ve stated. (a) That death result -within thirty days afte.r | the accident (6) that £ l*e holder shall, prior to the accident, have wri tten his (or her) usual the accident, have wri tten his (or her) usual signature in ink in the gpace provided underneath (c) that notice of the 2 jjcident be given to the Cor- poration. at its Principal Office in London within fourteen days after its occurrence (d) that I medical certificates and other information be fur- nished by the peif^on claiming upon request for I the same by the Corporation and (e) that this Insurance apph, only to persons over twelve and under seventy years of age, is limited to one Coupon-lnsur ance-Ticket for any one holder, and holds good f, ir the current week of issue only. The pOSSf ion of this Coupon-Insurance-Ticket is admitted, to be the payment of a premium under Sec. 33 of the Act. A Print of the Act can be seen at t'4e Priacipal Office of the Corporation. Signature of Thickener i y°^'nourfj ¡ 4w i 0r 'Che real D to make Soups thick Yj My and enjoyable. 1 Mi See 6At your soups are m i thickened with Brown &PoIson's | | Patent" Corn Flour instead of I ordinary flour. There is a distinct I gain in fla vour and smoothness. t t This Corn Flour brings out I t the flavour of the soup, whereas r IV ordinary flour tends to cover it m up. Use very little of B & P' £ ■ ^Patent" for this purpose-it is Sol concentrated. The Eleventh Annual I Ploughing MATCH Of the PUNCHESTON DISTRICT, will be held at New House, Littlenewcastle On Wednesday, Jan. 26th, 1910 (weather permitting) when good prizes will be given. Programme of events may be had on appli- cation to either of the hon. secretaries— Mr. J. S. EVANS, Tycanol. Mr. W. L. WILLIAMS Longhook. Preliminary Announcement. C.M. CHAPEL," TREVINE. A GRAND EISTEDDFOD Will be held at the above place on St. I David's Day (March 1st) Proceeds in aid of Organ Fund. Musical Adjudicators—Messrs D EVANS, Maen- clochog, and TOI DAVIES, Whitland. President—W. F. ROCH, Esq., M.P. Chief Choral — "Addoliad" (Ambrose Lloyd)—Prize, £1 i os. Programmes will be ready next week. Miss M. RICHARDS, Hon. Sec. REHOBOTH, MATHRY. A GRAND Sacred CONCERT Will be held at the above place —On Friday, February Iltb, 1910— When some of the best Local Talent will assist. Chairman—H. P. GRIFFITHS, Esq., Longhouse. Doors open at 7, to commence at 7.30. Admsssion—Front Seats, 2S Back Seats, is Proceeds towards Chapel Building Fund. Temperance Hall, Fishguard. THE SECOND ANNUAL EI STE ID 1D J7010 (In connection with the Tabernacle Chapel) will be held at the above place —On Wednesday, March 2nd, 1910— Chief Choral, O'r Dyfnder y Llefais" (Samuel)— £ 3 3s. Male Voice, Dewrion Feibion Gwalia (H. Davies, A.C.)— £ 1 is. Children's Choir, March of the Men of Harlech "(Murdoch's School Songs)—15s. Programmes (id, per post IJd) are now ready and may be obtained of the Hon. Secretaries, HOWARD ROBERTS & G. C. HOWELLS. Glandwr, Gwaun Valley. THE SECOND ANNUAL EISTEDDFOD Will be held at the above place TIle First Wednesday in August, 1910 Chief Choral (not under 30 voices), Enaid Cu (Isalaw). Prize, £5 5s. Programmes will be ready shortly. W' COUNTRY HOUSE TO LET. np O LET with immediate possession JL Cartlett House situate at Trevine (about si: s miles from Goodwick Station), consisting of three sitting rooms, eight bedrooms (in- ch tiding servants' rooms), kitchen, larders, etc., together with a large walled-in garden of al)out half an acre, which is abundantly st'Dcked with choice fruit trees, also stable, ccw-house, coach-house, and other out-build- iags. Meadow land may be obtained if required. Further particulars of WM. R. C ARVEH, Land Agent, Fishguard. DINAS CROSS.—To Let, House and Garden, No. 3, Tower Hill, Dinas, with immediate possession.—Apply, No. 4, Tower Hill, Dinas. ENOCH LEWIS, West-street, Fishguard, JLJ has been appointed Agent for Messrs Parry and Rock, Swansea, and he is now prepared to buy all HIDES of Sheep, Cattle and Horses, and will give good prices for same. 1311131P LOCAL Business Agent Wanted for The Syren and Shipping Illustrated," the leading sixpenny weekly Journal devoted to the shipping interest; liberal terms.—Address, 93, Leadenhall-street, London, E.C. LODGINGS.—Peregrine has accommoda- JLj tion for three or four respectable Lodgers at Cambridge House, with or without board. —Apply, Peregrine, Cambridge House, Fish- guard. TO LET, Dwelling House in Kensington- street, Fishguard, at present in the occupation of Mr. Thomas Lloyd.—Apply to Miss Owen, Tabernacle Villa, Park-street, Fishguard. MADAME LEWIS cures chronic com- .L plaints by personal magnetism her- bal medicines; special female pills, 1/- and 2/9 per box.—Address, 15, Talbot Street, Aberavon. COAL AND CULM at Lower Fishguard. A good supply of best Screened Coal and Culm will always be kept in stock, at lowest possible prices. Orders respectfully solicited.—Apply, J. Ayres (T. Lamb), Lower Fishguard. LOST, from Penpark, Trevine, a two-year- JLj old RAM, marked with letter X on rump. Finder rewarded.—Apply, G Wilcox, Penpark, Trevine. 2ja27 TO LET, with immediate possession, a three-stalled Stable and Coach-house, situate off Main-street, Fishguard also the lower floor of the Stores at Lower Fishguard. —For particulars, apply to Walter J Vaughan, Solicitor, Fishguard. DONKEY CART for Sale, in good con- dition.—Apply, Echo Office. 3j27 TO FARMERS. — Second-hand Corn Grinding Mill for sale cheap; also second-hand Chaffcutter. Bargains.—Apply, D E Nicholas, Ironmonger, Fishguard. TO LET, Dwelling House at Heol Dyfed, Windy Hall; rental (including a!l rates and water rate), 6s weekly:—Apply to Agent, A. J. Hodges, A.A.I., Auctioneer, Town Hall, Fishguard. FOR SALE, new Spring Cart, suit horse JC 15 hands light Fruit Cart; also strong Trolly to carry I ton 15 cwt., bitted with screw brake, painted and lined. — Apply, J. Morris, Coachbuilder, Fishguard. WANTED, at once, a respectable Girl as W General SERVANT.—Apply, Mrs F J Harries, Hamilton Hcuse, Fishguard. HOUSE TO LET in Smyth Street, jLjL Fishguard. Immediate possession — Apply, R. Morgan, Smyth-street. 3fe3p. TO LET, comfortable Lodgings for ladies and gentlemen from school.—Apply, Echo Offices. HOUSE TO LET at Vergam Terrace, Fishguard. Hot and cold water, and all conveniences, apply V J G Johns, Fish- guard. Dublin and WTicklow Manures.—Users of the above well-known manures can obtain a first-class art calendar from the Agent—A J Hodges, Town Hall, Fishguard.—Advt.

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