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JF*JLftla. JBLMoes."as.s». J GREAT OirP WINTER AT Paris House, West-Street, Fishguard p H w tS t F h d a. (EtPeati "winter Sale NOW ON. Phenomenal Bargains in all Departments. The Stock consists of NEW and UP-TO-DATE GOODS, and of the HIGHEST QUALITY, thus affording an unique opportunity of Purchasing GOODS of STERLING QUALITY at EXTREMELY LOW PRICES. Desperate Bargains offered in FURS of all kinds. GREAT BARGAINS in JACKETS, COATS and SKIRTS, BLOUSES, (c. MACKINTOSHES and RAINPROOF COATS for absolute Clearance. Genuine Reductions in Blankets, Quilts, Sheetings, Flannels, Linoleums, Floor Cloths, Mats, &c., &c. DRESS MATERIALS specially reduced. Gentlemen's Mackintoshes and Rain Proof Coats, Overcoats, &c., including few Burberry," Prozf Coats" and 11 Dexter Weatherproof, at Greatly Reduced Prices. F.A.D. respectfully invitesfreqnent visits during the Sale as Fresh Lots are put on counters daily. Remnants Marked Regardless of Cost. LANGE)S TEE T H (LANGE AND YEOMANS). UMUUUU Are Your Teeth 3E3C-:IbCt ? If so, Pay us a Visit. Residential Branch at Mr. J. S. Lewis (billposter), 3, Spring Gardens, West Street, Fishguard. umumu PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS. ARTIFICIAL TEETH SUPPLIED AT MODERATE PRICES. Only the most Pure Materials used and the Best Workmanship 0 guaranteed. FILLINGS, GOLD CROWN, BAR, & BRIDGE WORK Clients visited at own Homes without extra charge. Attendance—Every Monday at Mr \V Lawrence, Blacksmith, Letierston, II a.m. to j p.m. Every Friday at Mrs Walters, Garden Terrace, Dinas Cross. II a.m. to 1.30.p.m. Every Friday at Mr. D. Augustus Davies, Chemist, Newport, Pem., 2 to 6 p.m. Every Tuesday at Mr. Adolph, Continental .Cafe, Goodwick, 1.30 to 6 p.m. Every Saturday at Mr Francis John, Grocer, Solva—hours, 11 to 2. Every Saturday at Mr Thomas, London House, Cross Square, St David's-hours, 2 to 6 Every alternative Wednesday at Mrs Thomas,' at Trevine-hours 2 to 5. BstalDllslied. 35 Years. Sufficient Guarantee of Good Value. BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE, Market Square, Fishguard. jK Winter Stock just arrivedfrom Factories Gent's and Ladies' Boots and Shoes guaranteed thoroughly Waterproof. PRICES TO SUIT ALL CLASSES. A Trial Order solicited Chief Establishment—1, GUILDHALL SQ., CARMARTHEN BridgeEnd Foundry Co., ENGINEERS & IRONFOUNDERS, "I8IG- Established 1854. W. E. MATTHEWS, A.M.I.M.E., Manager. Churning Gears, ROBERTS' Separators, I Celebrated Churns, Land Rollers, MEPHISTO Ploughs, PLOUGHS. STEAM ENGINES. Traction, Vertical, Portable Oil Engines, Gas Engines and Plants, Water Wheels, Turbines Pumps and Pumping Plants, Brick and Quarry Plant. Al Agricultural Machinery, Shafting, Pulleys and Repairs. Motor Car, Motor Boats and all Repairs. Experienced Staff for Out-door Work. Telegrams-" Bridgend Foundry," Cardigan. t Absolutely the Thing y 0 You may say I do not want a Tonic. Every human system feels the depressing and devi- TTTQy.4- I talising effects of our false civilisation—our natural W (All U mode of life. We live in an age of pressure, hurry and bustle, and some reactionary effects in the » body are inevitable. We take colds quickly-we are all more or less prone to digestive and liver trouble—the blood becomes vitiated by effete matters and gross humours-our nerves are quickly unstrung-we are liable to a host of common ailments and menaced by not a few graver maladies. We are well and strong, one day out of sorts-perhaps dangerous ill-the next. Something is wanted-and wanted by everybody. GWILYM EVAŠ' QUININE BITTERS are just the nutrient, bracing, stimulant, pene* trative tonic that, taken occasionally, repels disease and keeps every organ of the body i n full activity and the whole system in perfect tone. Prepared from a number of the most curative and vitalising natural products known to medical science. The extraordinary success of GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS is easily proved when taken after a bad attack of Influenza, when the patient is weak and down-hearted—appetite gone- nervous and low spipited-sleepless-depressed-tired out-weary of life. Why, if you only try one bottle, you will seen be relieved of your nervousness and weakness, and you will regain your appetite. There is nothing else like it. Keep it in your home, and why not take it as a preventive. It is purely a Herbal Tonic, and it is the best pick-me-up in the world. It makes life worth 1 living.. Try a bottle now. 2s 9d & Is 6d each, of all Chemists and Stores. The NR,OIE GWIL-YM EVANS on r,he label, atarap and bottle is r-r"\7^7"TT che o?ily GD irmt^e of genuineness. VV JLJ-J JL -LVJ. Sole Proprietors- Quinine Bitters Manufacturing Company, Ltd., EVANS' Uanelly, Solatia Wales. QUININE BITTERS.
Fishguard Petty Sessions.
Fishguard Petty Sessions. The above sessions were held at the Town Hall, Fishguard, on Wednesday, of last week, Mr E D Jones presiding over a full at- tendance of magistrates. DRUKKENXESS, John Cox, a plasterer, residing in Wallis- street, Fishguard, was summoned—but failed to appear-in answer to a charge of having behaved in a disorderly manner iAWest- street, whilst under the influence of dffnk on Ihe 14th ult. Sergeant Rosser said that, at about nine o'clock on the night in question, he found the defendant in West street, near to the Temperance Hall,tin a drunken condition and causing a great disturbance. He had been ejected from the hall and wanted to re-enter the building. Witness and Supt Rees Brinn experienced great difficulty in taking him away, as he wanted to fight, and persisted in causing a disturbance. He was eventually taken away by two constables towards his lodgings. The Superintendent said the police had nothing previous against the defendant's character recorded in their books. The Chairman What is he ? The Sfergeant: A plasterer, lodging in the Wallis with John Rees. The Chairman Where does he work. The Sergeant: On the new buildings. The Chairman Is he a native of the ) place. The Supt: No, sir; a Scotchman. A fine of 5s with costs was imposed. John Fox, a resident of Goodwick, was summoned for having behaved in a disorderly manner whilst under the influence of drink on the 16th ult.—Constable Childs stated that at three o'clock in the afternoon defen- dant was staggering about Main-street, and shouting. Witness requested him to go home to his lodgings, but he refused. After- wards, however, he staggered up ttie street towards his lodgings, shouting as he went. —The Superintendent said nothing was known against defendant, who was fined 2s 6d with costs. Thomas Mason, of Dyffryn, was summoned for having been guilty of drunkenness in West-street, Fishguard, at 11.10 p.m. on the 22nd ult.—Constable Davies said defen- dant was very drunk, and staggering about the street. Witness advised him to go home, and he was afterwards taken away by another person.—A fine of is with costs was imposed. NO ATTENDANCE. Benjamin Harries, of Wallis-street, Fish- guard, was summoned for having left a horse and cart unattended for an unreasonable length of time. Constable Roberts stated that, at seven o'clock on the evening of the 18th ult, whilst in Hamilton- street, he saw a horse and trap unattended outside the Cambrian Inn. Subsequently the horse moved towards Wallis-street, still unattended, and a gentleman who was pas- sing took charge of it whilst witness ,went in search of the driver.—Defendant who did not appear, was fined 5s 6d with costs. AN USEFUL LAMP. James Howell Perkins, Hoel Dyfed, ap- peared in answer to a summons charging him with having ridden an unlighted bicycle after dark on the 26th ult. Defendant said the night was very stormy, the wind blowing a gale, His lamp had been alight when he had passed two consta- bles in The Square, and he had not been aware that it had gone out until stopped in West-street, these being attibutable to the fact that the lights of the town made it more difficult than it would be in the country to see if the lamps were alight or not. Constable Davies deposed to the commis- sion of the offence at 7.40 p.m. on the date in question, and stated that defendant told him that the lamp had only just gone out, whereas it proved to be quite cold. Defendant said it was an oil lamp. He had since tested it between Letterston and Fishguard, and had found it to remain cold all the way. The Chairman I should like to get hold of one like that (laughter). I think you will have to pay a shilling and costs. You might let me know the name of the maker of, that lamp. (Renewed laughter). STRAYS. William George, of Cillciffith, Llanychaer, who did not appear, was summoned for hav- ing permitted eight sheep to stray on the Maenclochog road at 11.50 a.m. on the 1st inst. The constable who proved the com- mission of the offence said the animals were wandering along the road, and were distant about a hundred yards from the crosssing- point. A fine of 5s, including costs, was im- posed.
Fishguard Licensing Sessions.
Fishguard Licensing Sessions. The first annual Licensing Sessions for the newly-created Fishguard Division was held in the Town Hall on Wednesday of last week, Mr E D Jones presiding over a full Bench of Magistrates. RESTRICTION REMOVED. Mr D L Llewelyn, of the Goodwick Phar- macy, applied for the renewal of the license authorising him to retail wine upon his prem- ises. Applicant pointed out that, when the license had originally been granted by the Dewsland Bench sitting at Mathry, the sale had been restricted to medicated wines, but no endorsement to that effect had been made upon the license. Goodwick had now, he said been transferred to the Fishguard Division, and he asked that the restriction might be removed. The Goodwick magistrates stated that they had no objection, nor was the application op- posed by the police, and it was accordingly acceded to. ALTERATIONS TO AN INN. Mr W Evans applied for magisterial sanc- tion to small internal alterations to the Pen- dre Inn, the proposal being to convert the front room into a bar, which would, he said, afford greater facilities for police supervision, and the conversion of a window into a door, affording accesss to a storehouse, the door to be kept always under lock and key. The Chief Constable said that, so long as the door were always kept locked, he had no objection to offer, but he asked that sanction to the alterations should only be given on that distinct condition. Mr Evans said his client was quite agree- able., Answering the Bench, he said this would make two doors. The Chairman said that either the door leading from the bar into the cellar must be closed, or else the door leading from the cellar into the road must be done away with. Mr Evans said it would be practically im- possible for his client to carry a barrel of beer from the bar into the room in which it was now kept, and in order to meet that difficulty, he proposed to ask permission to make this new door, which he undertook al- ways to keep locked. The Chairman said a man might have the best intentions in the world of keeping a door locked but there were many ways of opening it. Mr Evans replied that his client would find himself in difficulties if that occurred. The Chairman I'm sure he will. (Laugh- ter). Mr Evans said it would be to his client's interests to avoid that. Ultimately sanction was granted, condit- ional upon the door being locked on the out- side and that it could not be opened from the inside.
University College of Wales, Aberystwyth. (ONE OF THE CONSTITUENT COLLEGES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WALES. President-The Right Hon. LORD RENDEL Priacipal—T. F. ROBERTS, M.A. (Oxon.). LL.D. (Vict.) Students are prepared for Degrees in Arts, Science (including the applied Science of Agriculture), Law, and Music. Sessional Composition Fee, 210, with additional Laboratory Fees for Science Stu- dents. Registration fee, 21. Men students reside in 'registered lodgings in the town, or at the Men's flostel-Warden. Professor J W Marshall, M.A. Women students reside i% the Alexandra Hall of Residence for Women- Warden Miss E A Fewings.—For full parti- culars respecting the General Arts and Science Departments, the Law, Agriculture and Day Training Departments, the Department for the Training of Secondary Teachers, and the Hostels, apply to J. H. DAVIES, M.A., Registrar
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The County Member. South African Bubble Pricked. Last week in our editorial columns we re- ferred to having been privileged to peruse a letter in which Mr.Walter F Roch, M.P., em- phatically disclaimed any intention of forsak- ing the constituency. Just as we were on the point of going to Press, however, we received a very circum- stantial story of his appointment on the previous day as private secretary to Mr Herbert Gladstone, Governor-General-elect of United South Africa. Despite the fact that the statement was made upon very good authority we took the precaution of obtaining corroboration in an influential and well-informed quarter ere giving currency to it. Nevertheless it now appears to have been without foundation, for it was subsequently copied into the Western Mail, whose editor afterwards wired to Mr Herbert Gladstone and received the following reply Rumour has already been extensively denied." At a meeting of the Liberal Three Hundred for Pembrokeshire held on Saturday at Haver- fordwest Mr Roch thanked all who had fought so splendidly for him in the recent election. The papers had, he said, been very kind to him during the last few weeks (Laugh- ter). They had been kind enough to make offers of appointments for him, and were even good enough to hand over his seat to another gentleman. (Laughter). All he need say was that he had not been offered any appointment —(cheers)—and he should like them to be lieve, whatever they might see in the paper t in the future, that there was no prospec whatever of any circumstances arising which would make him leave Pemprokeshire (Cheers.) There was no prospect of his leav- ing Pembrokeshire so long as he had health and strength.
LETTERSTON. Welsh Flannel. A large variety of Welsh Flannel always in stock, suitable for under- wear, suitings, etc., also hosiery.—See our stock and patterns.—Mrs T Williams, Station Road, Letterston. -Advt Death. —The death has taken place at I Liverpool recently, after a prolonged illness, of Mr Essex Davies, a native of Letterston. Banking.—Rumour has it that a branch of Lloyds Bank will shortly be opened in the place. Saron.—The anniversary meetings will be held at this Baptist Chapel in July, when the Rev Dan Davies, of Hermon, Fishguard, and the Rev Morgan Jones, of Whitland, will officiate. Scholastic Success.—At Brynmawr County School, Monmouthshire, as the result of an examination held in September, Miss Ethel Watts was awarded the senior certificate of the Central Welsh Board, in the following subjects with distinction :English, literature, history, French with conversional power, arithmatic, elementary mathematics and chemistry. Miss Beril Watts was also award- ed the junior certificate of the Central Welsh Board, in the following subjects with dis- tinction :—English, literature, history, French, chemistry, geography, arithmetic, elementary, mathematics, needlework and cookery. The two young ladies are the daughters of Mr and Mrs Joseph Watts, of Greenfield, Letterston.
LLANYCHLLWYDOG. The Assessment Dispute. At the fort- nightly meeting of the Cardigan Board of Guardians, held on Thursday, the first matter considered was the resolution by the Assess- ment Committee respecting the valuation of Llanychllwydog. The Clerk reported that he had heard nothing further from the over- seers.—The Rev J Williams proposed, and the Rev J D Hughes seconded, that the board give their consent to the Assessment Com- mittee to appoint a person to revise the list of the parish, rt was also resolved to call a special meeting of the Assessment Committee for the 2nd of March.
CRICKET. Fishguard Club Resuscitated. We are gratified to be able to announce the resuscitation of the Fishguard Cricket Club, which, after having lain dormant for upwards of two years, is on the eve of com- mencing a rejuvenated existence under the control of a capable and zealous band of officials who are determined to leave no stone unturned in order to assure the success of the summer pastime during the coming season. With this object in view a meeting of local enthusiasts was held in the Commercial Hotel on Thursday evening, Mr J J Morris^of the Rafel. being unanimously voted to the chair. On the motion of Mr J Phillips, Penslade, it decided that this meeting of members of theFishguard Cricket Club decides to resusci- tate that organisation." Mr E D Jones was unanimously chosen as president for the ensuing year, and the fol- lowing vice-presidents were appointed :— Lord St.Davids, Sir Owen Philipps, K.C.M.G., M.P., Sir George Armstrong, Mr Walter F Roch, M.P., Mr E Marlay Samson, Mr Walter L Williams, C.C., Mr Robert Chambers (Glynymel), Mr J C Yorke, J.P., Dr. J M Owen, Dr. W O'Donnel, the Rev. W Evans, M.A., R.D., the Rev. Father Nightingale, Mr W R Carver, Mr W T Walters, Capt. F R Barham, W George James, J.P. (Llysyronen), and Mr T G Bennett. Messrs T B Evans and Byron Davies were appointed as honorary secretaries, and Mr J Phillips as hon. treasurer. The latter gentleman was nominated for the captaincy, but declined, though ulti- mately he consented to accept the position provided that a strong vice-captain were ap- pointed. This was agreed to, and the latter office was filled by the 'election of Mr Robbins, of Goodwick. The committee was constituted of Messrs J J Morris (chairman), Parcell Lewis, W J Morris, and J Roch, and the Rev. W Evans, it being directed that five should constitute a quorum. The various officials were appointed as ex officio members of the committee. The chairman, secretary, and treasurer, to- gether with Mr Parcell Lewis, were appointed as a deputation to interview landowners with a view to securing the-use of a field. The meeting stands adjourned until eight o'clock this Thursday evening, when all devotees of the game, particularly new resi- dents of both Fishguard and Goodwick, are cordially invited to attend in order to ensure the success of the venture.
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THE DOAN INVESTIGATION. EVIDENCE FROM HAVERFORDWEST. Our investigations into the cures of kidney and bladder troubles by Doan's backache kidney pills reported in the Press some years ago, are continued to-day, and it is gratifying to find that the same hearty spirit continues to prevail. Those who told of their cures years ago stand by them to-day. Following a sharp attack of influenza some years ago," says Mr W H Davies, of II, St Thqmas' Green, Haverfordwest, I suffered a long while from stab-like pains in the back, they were particularly bad when I stooped, and I scarcely knew what to do for ease. I I lost a lot of time, for I was unable to work. I have a lot of lifting to do, so it can be im- magined how I suffered. Although I tried medicines, Doan's back- ache kidney pills were the only one that did me any good. They gave me so much relief that I was able to go about my work as usual and soon afterwards I was quite well. (Signed) W H Davies." Nearly four years after his cure, Mr Davies said I am still keeping well, and have not lost a day's work since my cure." Doan's backache kidney pills are two shil- lings and ninepence per box, or six boxes for thirteen shillings and ninepence. Of all chemists and stores, or post free direct from the Foster McClellan Co., 8, Wells-street, Oxford-street, London, W. Be sure you get the same kind of pills as Mr Davies had.
4s. MONTHLY Will secure,ios6d and 21s Bales of HOUSE- HOLD DRAPERY, also Blankets, Sheets, Quilts, Boots, Costumes, Skirts, Suits, Clothing, &c. Send postcard for lists.—WHOLESALE SUPPLY Co., 79 Knightrider Street, London, E.C. A nr LADIES, n M We will on receipt of two stamps lor- jQi ward you by post a Sample of Gautier s Famous Pills fiTTW which are without doubt the most raj I certain remedy ever discovered for MJ I all female Irregularities. They are 17 I safe and sure. Special Boxes X/3 41€. Jit II Don't delay. Send at once TO OOR <■? ft S\ ONLY ADDRKSS BALDWIN 00., jgJUg Herbalists, Botanic fir Drugstores Blectr1c Pa.rr.4e BoUowa LOudon.
An Anti-Vivisection Appeal.
An Anti-Vivisection Appeal. To the Editor of the County Echo." Sir,—The accompanying affidavits give a picture, none the less instructive because it comes from those unversed in the mysteries of science, of what is done behind the scenes in a perfectly-equipped Institute of Medical Research by men who are considered eminent in their profession. In presenting it to those whom I would fain induce to join us in our opposition to experiments on liviug animals, I am aware that I shall be met with the ready retort, These things are not done in England How do we know ? The laboratories are places closed to all outsiders. Very occasion- ally, an inspector enters but he is a medical scientist himself, a man in whom the spirit of professional etiquette is strong, even if the zeal for vivisection is not still stronger. It is noteworthy that the two British Inspectors under the Act of 1876 gave copious evidence before the recent Royal Commission of the value and necessity of vivisection. This system is inseparable from cruelty. Animals kept for these purposes cannot be treated humanely," for they are denied all rights; the amount of pain inflicted may vary from time to time, in one country and in another, but vivisection is everywhere ONE and vivisectors form a Compact Fraternity. Only by abolishing the system itself (which I affirm to be as useless as it is immoral) can we obtain the guarantee thai these things do not, and never shall, occur in English labor- atories. Who will help us in forcing England to lead the way ?—Yours, etc., WALTER R. HADWEN, M.D. Hon. Secretary British Anti-Vivisection Society. [The affidavits, which deal with the Rocke- feller Institute for Medical Research, New York, are too voluminous for publication in these columns, but may be obtained free of cost from the Society," whose address is 32 Charing Cross-road, London, S.W.]—Ed.
Ploughing Match at Eglwyswrw.
Ploughing Match at Eglwyswrw. The annual open Ploughing Match of this district was held on Wednesday last on., land kindly lent for the occasion by Mr J James at Frochest Farm, Eglwyswrw, where substantial prizes were awarded to the successful competi- tors. The weather proved excellent, and a very large number of spectators were present. The entries in the various classes were numerous and quite up to recent years, but owing to Mynachlogddu Match being held the previous day and Llanboidy Match the following day, many were prevented from putting in their ap- pearance at the match. The event was a great success and competitions were keen and interest ing. The judges were Messrs Thomas Davies, Towyn, Cardigan William James, Cwm- gloyne, Nevern, and Owen Hughes, Penlan, Pontvane. Stewards: Messrs William Daniels, Sergeants' Inn (Chairman of Committee), S T Lewis, Garnhuan M James, Penpedwast; W Selby, Huan J Thomas, Pencnwcmawr J LI Edwards, Trewenfron J Thomas, Pistillbach B Jenkins, Jordan Mill, and T Jenkins, Ivy Cottage. In the unavoidable absence of Mr D J Edwards, J.P., through illness, the secretarial duties were ably and efficiently discharged by Mr S T Lewis, whilst the duties of treasurer were entrusted and ably carried out, as usual, to the satisfaction of all concerned by Mr Jenkyn Jenkins, Berllan. Luncheon was provided for the judges, stewards and ploughmen by Mr James, at Trochest Farm, to whom the highest praise is due. The results were as follows. Champion class :-r, John Vaughan, Dyffryn Mawr, Crymmych; 2 and 3 divided between James Thomas, Tyddyn Castell, and Willie Rees, Llainfawr; 4, Joseph Rees, Ysgarordd; 5, John Davies, Penrallt, Whitchurch. General Class: -r, John R Richards, Panty- groes; 2, David Williams, Yetsais; 3, John Selby, Huan 4, Edwin Davies, Cippill. Junior Class :-r, David E James, Penlan 2, Benjamin T James, Frochest; 3, Daniel Owens, Nantyrhelygin; 4, David J Davies, Trewilvm. Specials—For the best scrap—John Vaughan, Dyffrynmawr. A silver medal given by Mr T M Daniel, ironmonger. Cardigan, for the best ridge made by a plough supplied by him was awarded to John Davies, Penrallt. A gold medal for the best ridge was awarded to James Thomas, Tyddyn Castell. A special prize for the best ridge in the field was awarded to John Vaughan, Dyffryn-mawr. A gold medal given by the Bridgend Foundry Company for the best work done by Roberts' plough, supplied by them, was awarded to Willie Rees, Llainfawr. A special prize for the first to complete his work was awarded to Daniel Owens. A special prize for the best last furrow was awarded to John Vaughan, Dyffryn-mawr. —————
BRYNBERRIAN. Obituary.—We deeply regret to record the death of Mrs Elizabeth Thomas, Brynberian Mill, which took place on Monday, the 7th inst., at the advanced age of 88 years. Mrs Thomas was well-spoken of by all as a woman of high Christian character, and for a long number of years was a faithful member of Brynberian Congregational Chapel. The funeral took place on Friday at 11 a.m. At the house, a devotional service was held by the Rev J T Gregory, pastor. At the Chapel, the rev. gentleman preached an effective dis- course from St. John xi, 25, 26. Appropriate hymns were sung under the leadership of Mr J Thomas, Banke. The chief mourners were Misses W Thomas and T Thomas, County School, St David's (sons), Mr J Thomas, London, being absent through indisposition Mrs Daniels, Tymawr, Eglwyswrw Miss Martha Daniel, Trewern Arms, Nevern Miss Daniel, Newport (Pem.) Mrs Volk, Pantry Mr and Mrs Rowe, Cwmcene Mr T Volk, Pentrisil Mr D Volk, Mr D Volk, Morfa- isaf, and others. There were present the Rev J 0 Evans, Vicar of Nevern Messrs D Phillips, Rhostwarch B Rees, Pontgynon J Williams, Brynberrian Gronow Richards, Cominsbach and a large concourse of the general public. At the graveside the Rev T M James, Rector of Meline, officiated.-The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr J Bevan, Troedyrhiw.
HARMONY, PENCAER. Y Gymdeithas Ddiwylliadol.—Y mae cyfres amrywiol iawn o ran ansawdd wedi eu cynal yn ystod y mis diweddaf. Ion. 18 Noson y cerddorion-Unawd, Mr J Morgans deuawd, Misses Blodwen a Lily Rees; unawd, Mr D M John unawd, Miss Lily Rees; deuawd, Misses H Davies a S Lewis wythawd, Mr W J Lamb a'i gyfeillion unawd, Mr T Davies; deuawd, Misses Davies a Lewis; unawdau, Mri W Harries, D M John, W J Lamb, a W Edwards.—Ion. 25 Unawd, Miss E A Davies; adroddiad, Mr W Edwards papur, Mr Tom Harries. Chwef. 1 Adroddiad, Miss Blodwen Rees adroddiad, Mr C George papur, Mr W Hughes. Chwef. 10 Adroddiad, Mr A Emlyn Rees; unawdau, Miss H Davies a D M John; adroddiad, Miss M Evans; papur, Mr W John.—Derbyniwyd Ilongyfarchiad calonogol i'r gymdeithas oddiwrth Mr Davies, Blaen- garw. Teimlwn yn ddiolchgar iddo am ei eirieu caredig a'i ddymuniadau da.—Ar ym- adawiad y brawd ffyddlon a gweithgar Mr T G Rees i Dinas Cross, penderfynwyd i ddangos ein serch tuag ato mewn modd ymarferol. Cychwynwyd trysorfa, a chawd tanysgrifiadau da, pnrynwyd dau lyfr gwerthfawr, sef "Beibl yr Athraw" a'r "Geiriadur Ysgrythyrol a Duwinyddol" i'w cyflwyno iddo.—Ar Sul, Ionawr 16eg, cyflwynwyd wyth o wobrwyon i'r rhai fu mwyaf llwyddianus yn yr arholiad. Enwau y rhai llwyddianus a'u marciau oedd fel y canlyn :—C Anita Rees J98, Edith Mor- gan 96, E A John 94, Annie Evans 94, A P Highes 80, E Miles 80, T J George 79, Mary A Harries 78. G. JOHN, Ysg.
To Farmers and Others. J. THOMAS Begs to announce that he has Opened a Saddlery Business —AT— MWENeboenoG- (opposite the Railway Station) And respectfully solicits public patronage and —support.— Saddlery and Harness Work in all its branches undertaken and carried out in a thorough Workmanlike manner, 4fe24P 1910 Dunlop, Clincher, Palmer Tyres, also JL Covers—3s 3d each, guaranteed. Air Tubes with Valves 2s 3d, guaranteed. Wheels and Pedals, &c. Sale list free.—W. A.' Gortori, Manufacturer, Wolverhampton. GROCERY. The Vergam Stores WEST ST., FISHGUARD, 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 contimiance of the excellent public patronage already extended. J. D. WILLIAMS -_0 -_U_ Now Open 9% PEREGRINE'S FANCY AND DOMESTIC BAZAAR AND TEA ROOMS, ——————— Main Street, Fishguard (In the premises formerly occupied by Mr. David Cornock, hairdresser). Fancy and Household Goods of all kinds-a large stock to select from. An early visit of inspection invited J. N. PEREGRINE (formerly of Dinas Cross), Domestic Bazaar & Tea Rooms, FISHGUARD. "°'*9 WATCHES I OF PRECISION & QUALITY LIKE THOSE MADE BY J. W. BENSON, Ltd., ARE A PURCHASE FOR A LIFETIME. The best principles of horology, j the finest materials, and the in- | Jierited skill of 100years of Watch j work all tend to make them the Most Perfect Watches of the day. I # BENSON'S WATCHES contain Im- provements all conducing to that Accuracy, Durability, I and Inexpen- I sive icpkeep E which should I sive icpkeep E which should I be the main features in Watch work, and no other firm can equal them. Owners write that the "Field," "Ludgate& "Bank" Watches are of "INCOMPARABLE EXCELLENCE "PERFECT SAFETY" GOLD WATCH BRACELETS. I J. W. BENSON, LTD.. Have made a special study of these charming ornaments, and their" Perfect Safety" Bracelets now contain many important im- provements to be found only in their make, the result being that they warrant them as fine timekeepers, not subject to the usual ills that most Watch Bracelets suffer from. They fit any size wrist, and are made in several qualities, from £ 6 to c25, or, set with Gems, from f 17 to [200. These are sold at strictly moder- ate prices for Cash, or on The Times" System of MONTHLY PAYMENTS. Fully illustrated and priced Books, No. 1, Watches from £ 2, Expanding Bracelets, Rings from £ x, Jewel- lery, &c. No. 2, Plate, Clocks, Silver Goods, &c., will be sent post free, or a selection will be sent to intending buyers at our Risk and Expense. J. W. BENSON; Ltd., Factory: .62&64. LUDGATE HILL, E.C. I • 25, OLD BOND STREET, w., AND 28, ROYAL EXCHANGE, E.C. WE do not'claim to be able to perform miracle. as the days for these are past, but we certain ly can lay claim to a great number of marvell- ous cures, as testified to by a multitude of people who have used our remedy, viz.:—' The Mannina-Herbal Ointment.' The cures range over a field of many and various diseases, as instance, Cancer of the Breast, Lip, etc., Tumours, Lupus, Erysipelas, Carbuncles, Abscesses, Ulcerated and poisoned wounds, Sarcoma, Piles, Psoriasis, Scalds, Burns, Eczema, Ringworm, Rodent Ulcers of the hands, Chapped do., Chilblains, Scurvy, Sprains, Swollen feet, Rheumatism, etc. And we confidently invite the most thorough investigation of these our various statements with regard to the merits of our Remedy. Presuming that you are ready to take us at our word, and wish to test MANNINA for yourselves, see that you obtain the right thing. MANNINA is made up in three different strengths. Trade Mark. As No. 1, Full. Cancer, etc. At 2s 9d, 4s 6d, and 8s 6d per pot. As No. 2, Medium. For all poisoned wounds At Is 1 d, 2s 9d, and 4s 6d per pot. As No. 3, Mild. For all skin diseases. Is lld, 2s 9d, and 4s 6d per pot. It is sold by the following Dispensing Chemists Mr. Thomas Meyler, M.P.S., Fishguard. „ T. Lewis, M.P.S., Fishguard. n D. L. Llewellyn, M.P.S., Goodwick. „ G. H. Lloyd, M.P.S., Solva. H. A. Williams, M.P.S., Letterston. Or can be obtained direct from the Sole Proprietors, The « MANNINA HERBAL OINTMENT Co Main Street, Fishguard. TO MOTHERS.—Mrs Winsbw's Soothing Syrup has been used over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It will relieve the poor sufferer immediately. It is pleasant to taste it produces natural quiet sleep, by relieving the child from pain, and the little cherub awakes as bright as a button." Of all chemists, Is l-d per bottle. Unicorn Self Polishing Harness Blacking. No Labour, no Brushing, Softens Leather, Old Harness made to look like New. Try it now I y Gallons, 4s 6d Large Tins, Is. Agent: D. George, Saddler, Fishguard UNICORN BLACKING Co., MANCHESTER PIANOS Pianos Pianos IF YOU WANT PIANOS, Ofl&ANS, or any oilier Musical instrument of the Best Quality and at the 1 Lowest Possible Prices, go to JOHN EVANS' New Musical Instrument Stores, West Street, FISHGUARD. All Orders promptly attended to for Cash or on the Hire System. Please call and see for yourselves the quality gf Instruments kept in stock. Note Address- J. EVANS, L.T.S.C., West Street, FISHGUARD -_0- LONDON STORES West St., Fishguard. The Best House for Welsh Flannels, Stockings, and Blankets, &c., also a choice selection of Grocery Goods. Nothing but the Best in everything is stocked and prompt attention is given to all orders A. S. DAVIES, London Stores, Fishguard. W. DAYIES & Co., Boot and Shoe Stores, Goodwick, 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 th °^tain a patronage from the inhabitants. Thanking for past favors BRODOG TIMBER YARD, FISHGUARD. W. MORGAN & SON Beg to inform the public generally that they have OPENED BUSINESS as Timber Merchants, mjfi ha.ve now in stock all kinds of limber, also general Building Materials Sawing (by Gas Power) done on the Premises. Orders respectfully solicited. Coronation Stores, GOODWien. THE BEST HOUSE FOR Stoceues & 7,covksko%%5 High-class TEAS a speciality. 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 Real Welsh Flannel. EDWARD DAYIES, 1 OF THE | Lower Fishguard Factory Desires to announce that he has OPENED A SHOP in & WEST STREET, FISHGUARD, Where he has a Large Stock of Welsh Flannel Of the best kind. Nursing Shawls, Turnovers, and Men's Under- clothing made to order. Whilst thanking his numerous customers for" their past support he respectfully asks for a con- tinuance of their patronage. No. 2 Stall on Market. Shop West Stree Factory Lower Town. THE SLADE TIMBER YARD, FISHGUARD. J. IVI. GIUILD TIMBER MERCH ANT Has a Large and Varied Stock of Good Building Timber, I (in Red Pitch-pine, White and Spruce), Flooring Boards and Match-boards, Yellow- Pine, Spruce, Archangel White, American White Wood. Carolina Pine and Oak- sawn Boards, Prepared Mouldings, com- prising Architraves, Sashes, Sills, Skirting Boards, &c., also Split and Sawn Roof and Ceiling Laths, Wire-cut and other Nails. Speciality-Welsh Oak, Ash, and Elm Shafts, Spokes and Felloes, Shovel and Mattock Sticks, Ladders; Cart Material cut to' size. Wheelblocks turned and Gates and Bar- rows made to order. Estimates given to supply Buildings. OFFICES — SLADE, FISHGUARD, 3 Minutes from G.W.R. Station* ■i A | Oonvenient to 'I :)f ± the Docks. J V vj Private I Sitting Rooms ;• t il!i J rMm ancl t Bedrooms. :YMT GRIFFITHS £ :L;>i £ TEMPERANCE HOTEL, CAROLINE ST., CARDIFF