KOYAL ASSEMBLY ROOMS, TENBY. Two Nights Performance only, on FRIDAY and SATURDAY, July 19 and 20,1889. Mr. W. Evans has the honour to announce the engage- ment 4* Messrs W. B. Redfarn and Arthur Rousbey's Company, by special arrangement with Mr H. J. Leslie, of the Lyric Theatre, London in the. PASTORAL COMEDY OPERA In three acts, entitled DOROTHY ByB. C. Stephenson and Alfred Cellier. Full Chorus. The Song in Act 3 is danced by Miss Alice Bunch Special New Scenery carried by the Company. Magnificent New Costumes by Nathan. Wigs by Clarkson, London. Trained Foxhounds, &c. The phenomenal success of this Opera has been un- precedented, having run nearly 1000 nights in London. Admission—Reserved Seats, 3s.; Unreserved, 2s. and Is. Plan of Room may be seen and seats secured at Messrs Wade and Meggitt's. Doors open at 7.30, to commence at 8. Carriages at 10.20. ROYAL ASSEMBLY ROOMS, TENBY. Enormous attraction for the week commencing MONDAY, July 22,1889. Special engagement of the eminent Society Actor JULIAN MALVERN Also of the charming and accomplished Actress MISS MAUD MALVERN. On MONDAY and THURSDAY. July 22nd & 25th, SAVED, OR A WIFE'S IMPULSE. On TUESDAY, July 23rd, THE NEW MAGDALEN. On WEDNESDAY, July 24th, OUR FRIEND THE COLONEL. On FRIDAY, July 26th, EAST LYNNE. On SATURDAY, July 27th, NANA, OR THE STORY OF A HEART. Admission-Reserved seats, 2s.; Second ditto. Is.; Gallery, 6d. Tickets and Plan at Messrs. Wade and Meggitt's. Doors open at 7.30, to commence at 8. PEMBROKESHIRE. VILLAGE OF SAUNDERSFOOT. Sale of valuable Leasehold Houses. MR. T. RULE OWEN WILL offer for Sale by Auction, at the Cambrian W Hotel, SATOOEKSFOOT, on FRIDAY, the 2nd August, 1889, at 2 o'clock precisely, the following valuable LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. Situate in Cambrian Terrace, Saundersfoot, viz:— Houses and Shop in the occupation of Mr Beddop; House adjoining, in the occupation of Mr James Vaughan; a large Room occupied as a Mission-room by the Wesleyan Trustees; and Stables, &c., under the same, in the occupation of Mr Llewellin. The tenancies are yeaily, and the rents amount alto- gether to d636 per annum. The property has lately been put into substantial repair, and is held under a lease granted by the late Mr Philipps of Picton Castle, for the unexpired term of 79 years from the 29th September next, at the yearly ground rent of £2 10s. For further particulars apply to Mr T. RULB OWEN, Estate Agent and Valuer, Haverfordwest; or to MESSRS. EATON EVANS & WILLIAMS, Solicitors, Haverfordwest. Haverfordwest, 17th July, 1889. PUBLIC HALL, TENBY. MR. J. A. JENKINS WILL Sell by Auction, without reserve, the SALVAGE STOCK at the Public Hall, Tenby On FRIDAY and SATURDAY, July 19 and 20, 1889, At Seven o'clock each evening. Cash at fall of hammer. MILFORD RAILWAY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,-That the next Half-Yearly Meeting of the Milford Railway Company, will be held at the Paddington Station of the Great Western Railway, on TUESDAY, the 6th day of August next, at three o'clock in the Afternoon, for the generai purposes of business. And Notice is Hereby Given, that the Register of Transfers will be closed from the 3rd to the 6th day of August next, both days inclusive. RICHARD BASSET, Chairman. ARTHUR WYATT, Secretary. Paddington Station, 17th July, 1889. LEASEHOLDS ENFRANCHISEMENT ASSOCIATION. THE Tenby Members of the above Society are hereby reminded, that their annual subscriptions are now due, and may be paid to S. HARRY GWYTHER, Member of the Council, L.E.A., 22, Victoria Street, 'Tenby, or to the Secretary, JAMES ROWLANDS, M.P., 18, Adam Street, Strand, London. -W. BILL, ORIENTAL WAREHOUSE, TENBY. Persian, Turkish and Indian Carpets and Rugs. Draft Screens (one of the largest stocks in the provinces) Japanese Porcelain: Satsuma, Kaga, Cloisoinne, Banko, Kozan, Imari, &c. Benares and Cashmere Ware. Foreign Artistic Furniture. Indian Muslins and Cottons for decorations. Turkish, Chinese and Indian Embroideries. Fire Screens, Hand Screens, Fans. Japanese Leather Paper, for panels, &c. Mattings. Lacquer Trays, Brackets, &c. Fancy Oriental Goods in large variety. (4 Show-rooms for exhibiting.) Superior Cretonnes and Chintzes. Tapestries. Table Covers. Portieres. New Patterns of best Brussels Carpets. Velveen "Carpet Squares; a special make, worth the inspection of buyers; confined to me for Pem- brokesbire.. Agent for Messrs. Liberty & Co; A SADDLE HORSE for HIRE. Apply to Mr.< ROBERT CLARKE, "Crown Inn, Tenby. TENBY GOLF CLUB. THE GROUND, situated on the BURROWS, is now OPEN for Play. Boy in attendance. COMMITTEB. Colonel FITZGERALD F. E. REMFRY, Esq. J. KKNWOKTHY, Esq. W. B. WILLOCK, Esq Subscriptions for Visitors — Fortnightly, 2s. 6d. Monthly, 5s. Apply to F. E. RKMFBY, Esq., Hon. Sec., 2, The Esplanade. PEMBROKESHIRE. rpO be Let, GRONDRE HOUSE and GROUNDS, JL with or without 34 Acres of excellent Meadow Land, and the requisite Farm Buildings, within one mile of Clynderwen Station and three miles of Nar- berth Town and Station. Excellent Hunting, Shooting and Fishing. More land can be obtained if desired. Possession on the 10th October next. Apply to Mr DAVID. T. LEWIS, Solicitor, Narberth. MR. W. T. BILL, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT, TENBY, Keeps a full Register of all HOUSES to be Let in TENBY, SAUNDERSFOOT, MANORBIER, PENALLY, and their neighbourhoods, Furnished or Unfur- nished, several being exclusively in his hands. He has some very desirable Country Houses to Let at present, and also several Houses in the best positions in the town. The Season LIST OF HousES to be Let on application, containing some desirable Private Residences on no other List. Agent to the Commercial Union Assurance Go. WANTED, Apartments, one Sitting and two Bed- rooms, for two weeks, commencing July 22nd. Address, with lowest terms, to Julian Malvern, Sum- mer Gardens, Rhyl. ENTLEMAN wishes to meet with a PIANIST in Tenby to join in Piano and Violin Duetts. Apply H." Observer Office, Tenby. AUNDERSFOOT.—A handy little YACHT for HIRE, by Day or Week. Apply "Cambrian" Hotel. PUPPIES.—For Sale, a litter of SPANIEL PUP- PIES, three Black and two Liver colour. First- class pedigree. Apply THOMAS EVAxs, 4, St. George Street, Tenby. FOR SALE, near Tenby, seven-roomed HOUSE, Garden, Vinery, Stable, &c., price £ 350. Also, Freehold Building GROUND in Tenby, price JE380. Apply J. Bonville, Palestine House, Frog-st. Tenby. FOR SALE, a two-wheel DOG CART, in good condition. Apply to Mr. Chas. Wm. CORKB, Shrublands, Saundersfoot.
RECENT ARRIVALS. Booker, W, Esq 4 Croft Booker, L. Esq 4 Croft Broughton, Miss, Lowdham 2 Glendower Bryant, Mrs, and family, Pembroke 6 Norton Barker, Mr and Mrs, Pembroke 6 Norton Bagley, Mr, Mrs and family, Cirencester 1 Rock terr Brown, Mr and Mrs W, Swindon.2 Cresswell cottages Cutler, Miss, Brixton Brecknock house Cole, Mr South wales house Coulimore, Mr and Mrs, Swindon.4 Frogmore terrace Crampton Misses F and C, Cotham, Bristol 2 Primrose cottages Chesterman, Mr, Mrs and family, Swindon 2 Napleton place Chequer, Mr, Mrs and family, Swindon 2 Napleton place Dew, Mrs E J, and family, Weston-super-mare 3 Rock terrace Davies, Mrs Arthur, Llanelly 19 Norton Davies, Miss W, Llanelly 19 Norton Dobbin, Mrs and family, Cork 6 Bellevue Davies, Mr and Mrs, Cardiff Tudor Square Edwards, Iorwerth W, Rhymney 16 Warren street Edwards, Mabel, Rhymney 16 Warren street Earle, Rev W, Vicar of Templemichael, Youghal Newport house George, Miss, and Miss E. Plascrwn, Narberth 13 Norton George, 0 W Esq, Plascrwn, Narberth 13 Norton Gorton, Mr and Mrs, Swindon South wales house Harding, Miss E, Wiltshire, South wales house Harding, Miss M, Wiltshire, South wales house Harding, Mr J H, Wiltshire South wales house Harding, Mr and Mrs Cecil M, Oatford, Kent 2 St Julian terrace Harding, Master Claude, Oatford, Kent 2 St Julian terrace Howell, Major, and family, Solva, South cliff house Howell, Misses, Solva South cliff house Inge, Rev F George, and Mrs, Berkswich Vicarage, Staffordshire 2 Glendower Jones, Mr and Mrs, Tewkesbury 2 Napleton placa Johns, Miss, London 3 Rock terrace Jourdan, the Misses, Gloucester road, Regents' Park, Wonford lodge Laurie, Mr, Mrs and family, Swindon 4 Picton road Maude, Cyril, Esq and Mrs, London 6 Bellevue Mathias, Mrs John, and family, London 3 Rock terrace Nuttall, Mr and Mrs F R, St Helens Cawdor House Nicol, Mr, Mrs and family, Swindon 4 Picton road Rookes, Mrs and Miss, Coleford Laurie cottage Thomas, Mrs Frank, Smithfield, Narberth. 13 Norton Thomas, Frank G, Esq, Smithfield, Narberth 13 Norton Turner, Mr and Mrs Robert Maynard and family Beaufort house Taylor, Mr, Mrs & family, Swindon.13 Clareston road Wise, Mr and Mrs, Bristol 6 Bellevue Weall, Mrs, and family, Twickenham Brecknock house Walters, Mr and Mrs, Swindon, 4 Picton road Eoyal Gate House Hotel.—Miss Lord and Miss K Lord, Ashton-on-Mersey, Cheshire; Miss De Lambert, Ashton-on-Mersey, Cheshire; C D Lord, Esq. Ashton- on-Mersey, Cheshire; L V Jenkins, Esq, Dorchester Regiment; Rev A Marsh, Wenteridge, Pontefract; Mrs J B Hart, Norwich; Sheldon Hart, Esq, Norwich; Mr and Mrs F A Walker, Brixton; Colonel Jebb, London; Mr and Mrs E Gladstone Langham, London; Mr and Mrs Walter Buckeridge, Bayswater, London; Mr and Mrs Shaw. Botham Hall, Huddersfield; Mrs and Miss E Bibby, Hart Hill, Liverpool; Mr and Mrs Stuart Robertson, Collingwood Mount, Farnborough; Miss Lampriere, Collingwood Manor, Farnborough Mr and Mrs G W Rush, London; Mrs Darby, Windsor; Miss Duncalfe, Perton; W J Evans, Esq, Llandovery; Captain Elgee, London; Hon R C Trollope. Crow- combe Court, Taunton; Mr Brocklehurst, London; Mr Wilson, London; Captain Russell, R.E., London; Mr, Mrs and Miss Brockbank, Fallowfield, Manchester; H C A Day, Esq, Clifton; Mr and Mrs C H Bryant, Latchford Mr and Mrs Phillips, Manchester. Cobourg Hotel.—Mr and Mrs F J Leslie; Mr and Mrs Wheeler; S J Coombes, Esq; D Graham, Esq; P 0 Neil, Esq; 0 J Simes, Esq; Thos Goffey, Esq; Mr Williams; Mr Hadd; W B Jones, Esq; Rev W Jones; Mr Edden; W Hole. Esq; Mr Whittington; Mr and Mrs E Hill. Royal Lion Hotel.-Mr and Mrs Retallack and family, Smethwick; Bertram Weale, Esq, Twickenham; Mise Durrah, Dublin; Mr and Mrs William Franklin, Bristol; Mr and Mrs F E Powell, Clifton; Thomas Roberts, Esq, Portmadoc; J Jones Morris, Esq, Port- madoc; Rees D Davies, Esq, Barmouth; G D Edwards, Esq, Birmingham; Mr and Miss Strawn, Madeira; Mr and Mrs John Foster, London; Mr Whitmore, Leicester; Mr Chadwick and the Misses Chadwick (3), Buile Hill, Manchester; G Cresswell Crump, Esq, Plas Llannon, Llanelly; Cresswell Crump, Esq, junr, Plas Llannon, Llanelly; M Silvester. Esq; Captain Penry, Barn- staple.
TENBY PROMENADE BAND. This Band will play as under during the week THURSDAY, July 18th-Belmont, Victoria Street, and South Cliff Street, 10.30 to 1; Evening, Croft, 7 to 9.30. FRIDAY, July 19th-Castle Square, Lexden Terrace and Paragon, 10.30 to 1; Evening, Esplanade, 7 to 9.30. SATURDAY, July 20th—St George Street and Upper and Lower Frog Street, 10.30 to 1 Evening, Castle Hill, 7 to 9.30. MONDAY, July 22nd-Royal Gate House Hotel, 9 to 10; White Lion Street, Warren Street, and Deer Park, 11.30 to 1; Evening, Croft, 7 to 9.30. TUESDAY, July 23rd-Cobourg Hotel, 9 to 10; L. and P. Bank, and Tudor Square, 11.30 to 1; Evening, Esplanade, 7 to 9.30. WEDNESDAY, July 24th-Lion Hotel, 9 to 10; Belle- vue and White Hart, 11.30 to 1 Evening, Castle Hill, 7 to 9.30. THURSDAY, July 25th-Victoria Street, (both ends) and South Cliff Street, 10.30 to 1; Evening, Croft, 7 to 9.30. R. J. H. PARKINSON, Hon. Sec.
S. MARY'S CHURCH, TENBY SUNDAY, July 21st. Matinsat 11.—Te Deum,Steggatt in A; hymns 290, 240. Preacher-The Rector. Evensong at 6 p.m.-Service, King in F.; Hymns, 230, 228, 235. Preacher-Rev. G. E. Warlow. A. F. M. CUSTANCE, Organist fy Choirmaster.
The most successful comedy opera of modern times, Dorothy," makes its first appearance in Tenby to-morrow and Saturday evenings at the Royal Assembly Rooms. The cast is a particularly strong one, backed up with a most efficient chorus, and a pack of real foxhounds. To those who have never seen or listened to the charming Dorothy we offer this advice; Don't miss it. We offer no advice to the many who have already had that pleasure as they will surely go again. Seats may be secured at the Music Warehouse of Messrs. Wade and Meggitt.
The Church Sunday-school treat, which will in- clude New Hedges and St. Julian's, will take place on Monday week. The festival was obliged to be postponed till the holidays commenced at the day schools. Further particulars in our next.
The borough member, Admiral Mayne, was among the Welsh members who met the Vice- President of the Council last week with reference to the Welsh Intermediate Education Bill.
By an advertisement in another column members of the Leaseholds Enfranchisement Association are reminded that their subscriptions are now due and may be paid either to Mr S. Harry Gwyther, 22, Victoria Street, or the Secretary, 18, Adam Street, Strand. —————
The Summer Concert of the Tenby Orchestral Society is fixed for Wednesday, August 14th, in the Croft Gardens, by kind permission of W. H. Richards, Esq. —————
The sixth of a series of articles, "A Naturalist's Notes around Tenby," is given on our sixth page.
The Rev. John Hughes, M.A., Machynlleth, will preach at the Presbyterian Chapel next Sunday morning. In the evening the pastor will officiate.
The anniversary services in connection with the Presbyterian Chapel, Saundersfoot, will take place next Sunday. Rev. B. Lewis, Tenby, will preach in the morning, and the Rev. John Hughes, M.A., Machynlleth, afternoon and evening.
A dramatic company under the direction of Mr Julian Malvern, and Miss Maud Malvern, will open at the Royal Assembly Rooms on Monday next for one week, when Wife's Impulse," The New Magdalen," Our Friend the Colonel," "East Lynne," and "Nana," will be produced.
The Sunday-school anniversary will be held in the Wesleyan Chapel, Tenby, on Sunday next. The Rev. J. Cartwright will preach morning and evening, and address the children and parents in the afternoon at 3 p.m.
The annual concert by the scholars of the Wes- leyan Day Schools, will be given in the Royal Assembly Rooms this evening. A well-arranged programme has been issued, which includes several pieces by the children, musical drill, and some novel exercises with broomsticks. Alderman W. H. Richards will preside.
In the House of Commons on Tuesday, on the motion of Mr Thomas Ellis, an address was agreed to for a copy of the correspondence between the Oxford University Commissioners, the Charity Commissioners, and Jesus College, Oxford, as to the capital sum of £20,000, part of the endowment of the Rev. Edward Meyrick at Jesus College, Oxford, which it was proposed to deal with by a scheme under the Endowed Schools Act for the benefit of education in Wales.
JOHN JAMESON AND SON'S DUBLIN WHISKEY, BOW STREET DISTILLERY. ESTABLISHED 1780. This Whiskey is bottled in Customs Warehouse by George Chiles, Wine Merchant, Tenby, and guaranteed to be John Jameson and Son's pure unblended, and more than five years old. Observe signature and trade mark on neck of label. TENBY POLICE COURT, MONDAY, JULY 15TH. [Before E. Laws, Esq. (chairman) and J. Griffith Lock, Esq.]
SELLING BEER ON SUNDAY. Thomas Thomas, landlord of the Bush Inn, St. George Street, was charged by Police Sergeant Watts with selling beer on Sunday, the 23rd June, contrary to the Act. Defendant pleaded not guilty. P.C. Lewis deposed-On Sunday, the 23rd June, at 10.5 a.m., I was on duty in plain clothes. I saw a woman named Sarah John going into the Bush Inn. I remained in the street, and about five minutes afterwards saw the same woman come out with something covered' over in her apron. I stopped her and asked her what she had in her apron. She made no reply. Opened her apron and found a bottle containing three half-pints of fresh drawn beer, and a small bottle containing nearly half a pint of whiskey. Defendant came out and said it was all right, the woman was working for him. Defendant took the whiskey back to his house and the woman John took the beer. Cross-examined—I do swear it was whiskey; I did not taste it, but I smelt it. The woman did not tell me she was working for you. Thomas Thomas (the defendant) was then sworn, and said I am landlord of the Bush Inn, St. George Street. The woman, Sarah John, the last witness, has been constantly employed by me on and off for years. Of late, since my wife met with an accident, she has been almost constantly employed. On the morning in question I called her at six o'clock to come to my wife. She came over, and after she had finished scrubbing and cleaning up I gave her a drop of beer to take across and about two penny- worth of brandy—about half a "noggin"—the value of the whole being about sixpence. She had been working hard all the morning scrubbing and cleaning. I told the policeman at the time that the woman was employed by me. I do not give her much pay, but she has something to drink and what is passing for her trouble. I deny positively there was any sale there was no money transaction whatever. I can bring proofs that she is con- stantly employed by me Sundays and week-days, in the mornings. I have been keeping the house for ten years without a single complaint being made against me. Cross-examined—I took the whisky back from the woman in my confusion. I had no particular reason for so doing. Sarah John deposed-On Sunday, the 23rd, I was coming across from the Bush. I went there about six o'clock in the morning, as Mrs Thomas was ill. About ten o'clock I was coming across with a bottle of beer and a drop of brandy. The police- man came up to me and I showed him what I had in the bottle. He asked me what I paid for it, and I told him I bad it for working. I have been working at the Bush for seven or eight years, and for the last seven weeks almost constantly night and day. Mr Thomas gives me very little money, and he gave me the beer and brandy for the work I had done that day. By Mr Laws-I have been employed there seven or eight years. Mr Thomas do not give me much wages. Mr Laws--How much ? Witness-Not much, sir. Mr Laws—But I want to know how much. Witness-Very little. Mr Laws-That is not an answer to my question. What did he give you last week ? Witness-Three shillings. By Police Sergeant Watts-I went across the road to my house about a quarter to ten with some potatoes. I could not have said that I paid for the beer and brandy because Mr Thomas gave it to me. Mary Davies deposed-I live in St. George Street alley. I know Sarah John works for Mrs Thomas nearly all the week round. By Police Sergeant Watts-I know Mrs Thomas. I do not frequent the house, but I go there when I want to go. This concluded the evidence, and after a short consultation the Bench inflicted a fine of 20s. and costs, the license net to be endorsed.
UNLAWFULLY IN POSSESSION OF WILD BIRDS. Frank H. Pochin, Percy Ann, Robert Swain, Frank Goodman, scholars at the Greenhill School, and Frederick Sarnley, assistant master at the above school, were charged by Inspector Clark, officer of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, with unlawfully having in their pos- session certain wild birds, viz., gulls, after the 15th March, to wit, on the 22nd June, 1889; and Henry Goward, principal of the above school, with having the said gulls under his control on the 27th June. Mr Goward appeared in answer to all the sum- monses, and in reply to the Bench admitted the offence, and stated that the birds were much more carefully looked after by defendants than they would be by their mothers. s It appeared from the statement of Mr Goward that the boys, with the assistant master, had been over to Caldy Island and found the birds wandering about. They brought them away, and he gave permission for them to be kept at Greenhill, where they had been carefully looked after. Dr. Lock-Did you not know it was an offence to keep the birds ? Mr Goward-No. I did not think anything about it. I did not know it was against the law. Mr Laws-The Act says no person shall have in his control or possession after the 15th day of March, aiiy wild bird recently killed or taken, and shall on conviction of any such offence before any two Justices of the Peace forfeit and pay for every such bird in respect of which an offence has been committed a sum not exceeding £1. So you see the Act is very clear on the point. Mr Goward—I did not know the law. Dr. Lock-It is your business to know the law. Mr Laws—Why was it necessary to issue all these summonses ? Inspector Clark-The boys and the master were in "possession" of the birds, and Mr Goward had them under his" control." Mr Goward—I should like to be informed who instituted these proceedings. I think whoever it was has shown more zeal than discretion. Mr Laws—I do not think it is material to the charge who instituted the proceedings. The Inspector said he consulted the head office, and they advised proceedings should be taken. The Bench said they had decided to convict Mr Sarnley and Mr Goward, who would each be fined 6d. and costs. They would not,fine the boys. Mr Goward—What are the costs,? Mr Robert Lock (Justices' Clerk)-Eleven shil- lings. Mr Goward-I think it most unjust.