TAILORING AND OUTFITTING ESTABLISHMENT, HIGH STREET, T IS NBY. 81«f»S3§at SAYSiBS Begs to announce that his TAILORING and OUTFITTING ESTABLISHMENT At No. 6, HIGH STREET, is superintended by a high class and tried Cutter, who has passed the highest examination, and been awarded for his proficiency a first class Diploma from the Tailors' School of Art, London. A large Stock of Cloths of the most approved makes and styles to select from. Charges very moderate. A large Stock of Gentlemen's Mercery, Ties, Overcoats, &c. Men's and Boys' Ready-made Clothing always ready for inspection. Agent for H. J. NICHOLL'S Garments. SOUVENIR!—My visit to Tenby at a glance, and where I went. Every Visitor should have one. J u s T p u B L I s HE D The Excelsior Album of Tenby Views and Neighbourhood 28 VIEWS. Published by C. SMITH ALLEN, v THE VICTORIA BAZAAR AND EXCELSIOR STUDIO. CONTENTS—Large Panoramic View from Fort* St. Catherine; ditto from the Croft; Royal Gate House Hotel; Tenby from the Castle Hill; St. Mary's Church, Tenby; View from the Cobourg Hotel; South Arches of the Town Walls; St. Catherine's Fort; Tenby Harbour; North Shore, Tenby; Tenby Bay; Penally; Saunùersfoot; iN atural Arch, Lydstep Caverns; Pembrokeshire Fish-woman; Welsh Peasant Woman; Manorbier Castle; Carew Castle; Lamphey Palace; Pembroke Castle; St. Gowan's Chapel; the Huntsman's Leap; the Stack Rocks; the Green Bridge of Wales; large Panoramic View of Pembroke-Dock. The Publisher has great pleasure in announcing this very beautiful Album, being the very best ever introduced, and the whole of the Views are faithfully pourtrayed fromPhotographstakenandpublishedby C. SMITH ALLEN, who is under the immediate patronage of the Queen. To be had at the Victoria Bazaar and South Sands Studio; the Booksellers; and the Bookstalls. Ask for the "Excelsior Album of Tenby Views," by ALLEN. Price Is. 6d. First Class Vienna, 1873.J A 1JJ fl ¥ fl_.1l h If fl II T f| M A T H F jFirst Priz9 sydney>1879- Gold Medal Paris, 1878.| ]|| |J J| |J Jj Jj^ V X& £ 1.1, JEL JLw XjL Jl Jj Hi lFirst Priz9' MeIbourQe' ^SO. SUPPLIED TO THE CARLTON AND OTHER LONDON CLUBS. (VIENNA PRIZE:ALES, 4s. perlDOZEN".) SPECIALLY RECOMMENDED FOR INVALIDS. The above Ales have been awarded the highest Prizes for BRITISH 18^ Light quently result from drinking ordinary British Beers, and therefore may, like BEERS at the above Exhibitions. They possess the same relative propor- AMBER BITTER the superior Continental Brewings, be drunk with perfect impunity. They tion of Alcohol as Burton Pale Ales, and are therefore equally exailarating; DLLLLLG1 R\py> are also characterised bv ereat nuritv aereeable tonic nronerties delicaev but being entirely free from Fusel Oil and other deleterious constituents, they ALES # WRJMI A™ &LS° CHARACTENZED BY SREAFC PUNT^ AgREEABLE ^C properties, dehcacj neither occasion the headiness nor the stomachic derangements which fre- TR Mimr | UUZiIliiN. flavour, and freedom from acidity. ALES IN CASK:—Mild Ale (No. 2), Kilds., 24s.; Bitter, Kilds., 21s.; Mild (No. 4), Kilds., 18s.; Mild (No. 2), Fks.. 12s. 6d.; Light Bitter, Fks., lIs., Fks. STOUT, 12s. 6d. Sole Agents: JOHN MERRIAM & SON, W. & A. GILBEY'S Wine & Spirit Agency, High-st., TENBY MR. WM. GIFFORD, MONUMENTAL SCULPTOR, BEGS to inform the Inhabitants of TENBY and the surrounding District that he has started the above Business, and that it is his intention to give high class Works of Art at a considerable reduction on the prices usually charged for the plain and heavy Memorials that has hitherto been erected in this part of the country. C1 m Address—5, HIGH STREET, TENBY. Drawings and Prices Post free on application. Just Published, Price 4s.; "post free, %s. '"W-A-IR, SONG." Words by R. J. H. PARKINSON, M.A., B.C.L. Music by W. TERENCE JENKINS, Organist of St. Mary's, letiby. London: Wood and Co., Great Marlborough Street; Tenby: Mason, Library. c- 'OR Sale, Cheap, the Yacht NAIAD," now lying in the Pier, Tenby; 17 Tons yacht measurement; 6ft. 8in. draught of water aft. Built in 1875; well found with every requisite, and could be put to sea at a small cost. For particulars and inventory of stores apply tc F B. MASON, House and Commission Agent, Tenby. FOE SALE, large size Open KITCHEN RANGE, with Boiler, Oven, and Fittings complete, all in good order. Original cost £ 14. Price j67. Apply at Observer Office. UBLIC SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS —Boys pre- JU- pared. Neighbourhood of Tenby. Situation ex- ceptionally healthy. Terms £ 15. Rev. J. E. BROWN, Stack pole Elidor Rectory, Pembroke. Pears' Soap FOR TOILET AND NURSERY. JL Specially Prepared for the delicate skin of Ladies and Children and others sensitive to the weather, winter or summer. Redness, Roughness, and Chapping prevented. Fair white hands. i -OF-ft 0 mim Bright clear complexion p 0 Soft healthful skin. MASON'S LIBRARY. Just Received, a large Assortment of NEW PAPEB JELJ^ISTG-XISTG-B T. TUCKER, HAIR-DRESSER, FANCY DEALER AND TOBACCONIST, HIG-H STREET TEITBY. ST. CLARE'S LADIES' SCHOOL, ESPLANADE, TENBY. PRINCIPAL-MRS. 11. PRICE-WILLIAMS. Assisted by efficient Resident English and Foreign Governesses and Visiting Masters. KINDER-GARTEN Classes for Juuiors. Private Lessons given. Prospectus and Fees on application. SOMERSET HOUSE SCHOOL, ESPLANADE, TENBY REFERENCES \en. Archdeacon of KILDARE, Ireland. Rev. G. HUNTINGTON, Rector, Tenby. Rev. E. J. S. RUDD, St John's College, Camb Rev. A. H. WRATISLAW, Manorbier. Captain J. HIGGON, Scolton. For Prospectus, &c., apply Principal. HERE, DOERWAIDI (Universities Berlin and Rostock; some time Head Master of the nigh School, Neukalen, Mecklenbarg, N. Germany,) GIVES Lessons in MODERN LANGUAGES DRAWING, &c. Terms Moderate. Apply Somerset H use, Tenby.