ROYAL .AS8KMBLY ROOMS, TENBY. Special engagement of the eminent Society Actor JULIAN MALVERN Also of the charming and accomplished Actress MISS MAUD MALVERN. Enormous attraction for the following Evenings:- TO-NIGHT, THURSDAY (by great desire), LADY AUDLEY'S SECRET. FRIDAY, July 26th, Mrs Wood's celebrated Play of EAST LYNNE. SATURDAY, July 27th, the great Society Play of NANA; Or, The Story of a Heart. MONDAY, July 29th, Ouida's charming Work of MOTHS. TUESDAY. July 30th, CALLED BACK. WEDNESDAY, July 31st, Grand Fashionable Night, under distinguished patronage, the Farcical Comedy, IS MARRIAGE A FAILURE? 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. A GRAND F&TE & FANCY BAZAAR j Will be held in the GROUNDS OF ELM GROVE, ST. FLORENCE, on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, August 7th and 8th, 1889. THE FANCY BAZAAR Will be opened by Lady VICTORIA LAMBTON on WEDNESDAY, August 7th, at 2.30 o'clock. The Stalls will be furnished with FANCY WORK. CHINA, PICTURES, CURIOS, FERNS, FLOWERS, and REFRESHMENTS. A Gipsy Cauldron, Fish Pond, Bran Pie, and other Amusements will be provided on both Days. By kind permission of Colonel Grieve and Officers, THE BAND OF THE 46th REGIMENT (Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry) will attend on the First Day of the Fete. The Bazaar will open on the Second Day at 12 o'clock. A Band will be in attendance during the Afternoon. Admission on both days, One Shilling until 6 p.m. i after 6 p.m., Sixpence. Children Half-price. The Grounds will be closed on both Evenings at Nine o'clock. Profits of the Fete to be given to the Fund for the further Restoration of St. Florence Church. A SPECIAL TRAIN at Ordinary Fares will leave Pembroke-Dock on WEDNESDAY, August 7th, at 1.30 p.m., call at Pembroke at 1.35 p.m., and be due at Manorbier at 1.45 p.m. Visitors will be able to return by the Severn Tunnel Train, stopping at Manorbier for this occasion, at 6.7 p.m., or by one of the Ordinary Down Trains at 7.47 or 8.40 p.m. A BREAK will leave the Gate House Hotel," Tenby, at 1.45 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, August 7th, and convey Visitors to and from St. Florence at Half-a- Crown for each Passenger. THE IRISH FRIEZES from LORD WATERFORD'S J. Mills are obtainable only at 4, High Street. If you combine moderation in price and sterling manu- facture these cloths cannot be surpassed for warm, rough hard wearing country suits. 3s. yard. 21s. suit length. IRISH TWEEDS, for ordinary wear, in great variety, at the following list prices:—2s. 9d.. 3s., 3s. 3d., and 3s: 6d. yard. Nothing more durable manufactured. IRISH CHEVIOTS, 39. yard, in pretty light mixtures, for intermediate suits. IRISH HOMESPUNS, 2s. 3d. and 2s. 6d. yard, for thin Summer Suits, Ladies' Costumes, &c. IRISH NAP FRIEZES, for thick travelling Ulsters, 6s. 9d. yard, double width; wonderful value. IRISH Black and Navy Cloths for Suits and Overcoats. These Cloths are got on particularly advantageous terms from different IRISH manufacturers, and sold at closest rates. A sufficient guarantee that they are not ordinary goods, or retailed at ordinary rates, is the fact of my having for some time advertised them regularly in the Times, Field, and other London papers, and forward them to all parts of the country. W. BILL, 4, HIGH STREET, TENBY. MRS. EMILY FELIZA JENKINS, WIDOW, DECEASED. PURSUANT to an Act of Parliament made and P passed in the Twenty-second and Twenty-third years of the reign of Her present Majesty, cap. 35, intituled "An Act to further amend the Law of Property and to relieve Trustees "-Notice is Hereby Given, that all Creditors and persons having any -claims or demands upon or against the estate of EMILY FELIZA JENKINS, late of Numbar 4, Esplanade, Tenby, in the County of Pembroke, Widow, deceased (who died on or about the 25th day of March, 1889, and whose will was proved by Mrs Sophia Teresa Bashford, wife of William Bashford, of Alverstoke, Gosport, in the County of Hants, a Major in Her Majesty's Army, and Arthur Hastings Lascelles, of Narberth, in the /County of Pembroke, Solicitor, the Executrix and Executor therein named, on the 21st day of June, 1889, in the Principal Registry of the Probate Division of the High Court of Justice), are hereby required to send in the particulars of their claims and demands to the said Sophia Teresa Bashford and Arthur Hastings Lascelles, or to the undersigned, their Solicitor, on or before the 31st day of August next; and Notice is Hereby also Given, that after that day the said Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which the said Executors shall then have notice, and that they will not be liable for the assets or any part thereof so distributed to any person of whose debt or claim they shall not then have had notice. Dated this 16th day of July. 1889. A. H. LASCELLES, Of Narberth, Pembrokeshire, Solicitor to said Executrix and Executor. TO be Sold, a splendid GERMAN BOAR HOUND, about six years old; perfectly quiet and harmless. Apply 1 Gunfort, Tenby. ■ FOR SALE, near Tenby, seven-roomed HOUSE Garden, Vinery, Stable, &c., price £ 350. Also Freehold Building GROUND in Tenby, price £ 380 Apply J. Bbnville, Palestine House, Frog-st. Tenby TENBY, PEMBROKESHIRE. FISHING SMACK FOR SALE. MR. J. A. JENKINS WILL Sell by Auction, on the Pier-Head, Tenby, VV on SATURDAY, the 3rd day of August, 1889, at Four o'clock in the afternoon precisely, the FISHING-SMACK "TELEGRAM," of Brixham, 37 tons Register, with all her FISHING- GEAR and Sails complete, as she now lies in Tenby Harbour. TERM S-C A S H. For further particulars apply to the owner, Mr. R. H. Rowe, Harding Street, Tenby, or to the Auctioneer, Fern House, Tenby. Fern House, Tenby, July 24,1889. PEMBROKESHIRE. VILLAGE OF SAUNDERSFOOT. Sale of valuable Leasehold Houses. MR. T. RULE OWEN WILL offer for Sale by Auction, at the Cambrian Hotel, SAUNDERSFOOT, 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 Beddoe; 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 JE36 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 zC2 10s. For further particulars apply to Mr T. RULE OWEN, Estate Agent and Valuer, Haverfordwest; or to MESSRS. EATON EVANS & WILLIAMS, Solicitors, Haverfordwest. Haverfordwest, 17th July, 1889. CARMARTHENSHIRE. PARISH OF MYDRIM. SALE OF AN IMPORTANT FREEHOLD ESTATE. MR. T. RULE OWEN WILL offer for Sale by Public Auction, at the IVY BOSH HOTEL," CARMARTHEN, on SATUR- DAY, the 17th day of August, 1889, at 2 o'clock p.m. precisely, the PENTOWIN ESTATE, comprising Pentowin House and extensive outbuild- ings, Cottage and Garden, and 187 acres 0 roods and 38 perches of rich Meadow, Pasture, Arable and Wood land; also the FARM of CWMPALIS, adjoining the above, with Farm-house and Premises, a Cottage and Garden called Cwmpalis fach, and 59 acres 2 roods and 16 perches of Meadow, Pasture, Arable and Woodland. The property, which will be offered in one lot, com- prises some of the richest land in that proverbially good agricultural district, and is well watered. The timber is of large size and very valuable, and the plantations are thriving. The Estate is intersected by good roads; is distant about one mile from the Saint Clear's Station on the Great Western Railway; and lies in a good sporting district. Printed particulars, with plans, are in course of pre- paration, and may be obtained of Mr T. RULE OWEN, Estate Agent and Valuer, Haverfordwest; and of MESSRS. EATON EVANS & WILLIAMS. Vendor's Solicitors, Haverfordwest. Haverfordwest, July 10th. 1889. CTT1M/FIRE OFFICE, ESTABLISHED 1710. O U XN LIFE OFFICE, ESTABLISHED 1810. FIRE.—The oldest purely Fire Office in the World. Home and Foreign In- surances. Prompt Loss Settle- ments. LIFE.-Profits divided every five years. Large Bonuses. Pension Policies granted. Very low premiums with- out participation in profits. No partnership liability. Simple Pro- posal Forms. For further information apply to the following Agents: TENBy-Mr. Wm. Lewis. MILFORD HAVEN—Mr. Joseph Whicher. PEMBROKE—Mr. William James (Fire). PEMBROKE-DOCK & NEYLAND-Mr. Francis Trewent PEMBROKE-DOCK—Mr J. Butler. TENBY CYCLE CLUB. FIFTH Annual Race Meeting, August 21, 1889. Under A.A.A. Laws and N.C.U. Rules. The Committee solicit cash offers for the following: 1. Sole right or Selling all Liquids; 2. „ „ Fruit; 3. „ „ Confectionery; 4. „ Handicap Race Cards. Tenders might be taken collectively or separately. The highest tender not necessarily accepted. All tenders to be sent in to the Hon Secretary, Royal Lion Hotel, not later than Eight o'clock on Monday Evening, July 29th, 1889. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. ON THURSDAY, August 1st, an EXCURSION, for 8 or 15 days, to TAUNTON, Barnstaple, Exeter, Torquay, Plymouth, Penzance, and other Stations in the West of England (by the new and direct route via the Severn Tunnel), will leave New Milford at 8.50 a.m., Johnston 9;0, Haverfordwest 910, Pembroke- Dock 7.55, Pembroke 8.3, Tenby 835, Saundersfoot 8.44, Narberth 9.5, Whitland 9.45, and Carmarthen 10.5 a.m. For full particulars see Special Bills. HY. LAMBERT, General Manager. ENDERTFOR STONE W ALL.-Tenders are T invited for the Building of 230 perches of Stone Wall at Penally. Labour only. Tenders to be sent to E. W. care of Mr James Rogers, Builder, Tenby, on or before WEDNESDAY next, at 12 noon. S. OSWALD'S HOUSE. 1^0 be Let, S. Oswald's House, near Esplanade, con- i taining 3 Sitting and 7 Bedrooms. Kitchen, Ser- vants' Hall, Pantries, &c., 2 W. C.'s, Flower Garden and Greenhouse. Possession can be had 29th Sept. Apply 1. Thomas, Falmouth House. UPPIES.—For Sale, a litter"t»f SPANIEL PUP PIES, three Black and two Liver colour. First class pedigree. Apply THOMAS EVAHS, 4, St. George Street, Tenby. MR. W. T. BILL, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT, TBKBT, 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 Co. CROSS HOUSE HOTEL, FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL, SAINT DAVID'S, PEMBROKESHIRE. SITUATE within one minute's walk of the Cathedral S and Post Office, and twelve of the Bathing-place. Patronized by the Clergy and Gentry. Rough Shooting over ONB THOUSAND Acres. Boating and Sea Fishing. Proprietor-G. OWEN WILLIAMS. POSTING in all its Branches. The "Eclipse" Omnibus leaves this Hotel for Haverfordwest every TUESDAY and SATURDAY, returning same days on arrival of the 3.52 (down paper) Train. Telegrams promptly attended to. F. J. SIME, Proprietor.
RECENT ARRIVALS. Babington, Mrs, Belgrave Place, Cork Lorne house Babington, the Misses (2), Belgrave Place, Cork Lorne house Barry, Miss, Clifton 1 Rock houses Bartlett, Miss, Clifton 1 Rock houses Brydon, Mrs and family, Bramhall, Cheshire Belgrave house Beaumont, Mr and Mrs Edward, Cheetham Hill, Man- chester Belgrave house King, Miss M. Stourbridge 1 Rock houses Chadwick, the Misses, Manchester 1 Rockville Collis, J T Esq and family, Redland, Bristol 31 Victoria street Edwards, Mr and Mrs H G and family, Henbury, near Bristol 5 St Julian terrace Downes, Mrs A C, Shrewsbury 1 Esplanade Heath, Miss Emily, Norton, Stoke-upon-Trent Kent house Goodwin, Miss, Tunstall, Staffordshire Kent house Herapath, C K C Esq, Mrs and family, 11. Brunswick Square, Bristol 1 Castle square Hammond, Mr, Mrs and family, Clydach Vale 2 Ivy cottages Carr, Mrs and family, Oak Lea. Ashton-on-Mersey, Cheshire Belgrave house Dangerfield, Mr, Mrs and Miss, Bath.1 Marine terrace Diprose, Mr and Mrs, Stroud 4 Picton road Grove, Mr and Mrs Edward K, Clifton .4 Picton road Hine, Mr and Mrs H and daughters, Nottingham Worcester house Hodges, Miss, Fern Bank, Mountain Ash Cheltenbam house Blandy Jenkins, Mrs and family, Kingston House, near Abingdon 1 Somerset houses Goodwyn, Mrs Alf and family, Bath. 1 Somerset houses Jackson. Miss, Bournemouth 1 Somerset houses Kiddle, Mrs and Miss, Clifton 33 Victoria street Kiddle, E J Esq. Clifton 33 Victoria street Leigh Morgan, Mrs and family, Chepstow 24 Norton Pickering, C E Esq, Sheffield Falmouth house Reynolds, Mr Reginald, Leamington 6 High street Reynolds, the Misses, Leamington 6 High street Smith, Miss, Sidcot Bellevue house Trafford, Mr and Mrs E G and family, Michaelchurch Court, Herefordshire 2 Croft terrace Thornton, Rev J, Mrs and family, Yockleton Rectory, Shrewsbury 7 High street Walters, Mrs, Blackwood, Mon South Wales house Jones, Mrs, Blackwood. Mon South Wales house James, Miss, Crickhowell South Wales house Walker, Miss, Redland, Bristol 31 Victoria street White, Mrs T H, Liverpool 8 Bellevue Edwards, Mrs H. Liverpool 8 Bellevue Robertson, Miss, Sutton, Cheshire 8 Bellevue Walker, Mrs S R, London Bellevue Whateley, the Misses, Wyddrington House, Chelten- ham 9 Esplanade Whitmore, C H, Esq, Cheltenham 3 Rock terrace Whitmore, Miss H E, Cheltenham 3 Rock terrace Whitmore, Miss A E, Cheltenham 3 Rock terrace Walker, Mrs T R & family, London Drummond house Cleghorn, the Misses, London Drummond house Taylor, Wilfred, Esq, London Drummond house Burd, the Misses, Bowdon, Cheshire.Drummond house Westcombe, Thomas, Esq and sisters, Worcester Woodbine cottage Albright, John M Esq and Mrs, Charlbury, Oxfordshire Woodbine cottage James, Miss & Miss Maud, Aberdare 3 Cresswell street Chabot, Mr and Mrs, Dorking Cawdor house Wesley, G W Esq, B.A., Dorking Cawdor house Ault, F E Esq. Dorking Cawdor house Edwards, Mr Saunders and Miss, Brampton Vale Cawdor house Nuttall, Mr and Mrs Cawdor house Good, Miss and Miss M, Tenbury .2 St Mary's buildings Hall, J M Esq and Mrs, The Park, Ashton, Leominster 2 St Mary's buildings Pegler, Miss, Stroud St Mary's buildings Fawkes, Miss, Stroud St Mary's buildings Dean, Mrs and Miss, Alhampton, Evercreech Trafford house Royal Gate House Hotel.—Mr and Mrs E J Brock- bank and Miss Dora, Fallowfield, Manchester; Mr and Mrs Goldstone, Bath; Mr and Mrs F A Walker, Bux- ton; Captain Dumaresq, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, Pembroke-Dock; Mr and Mrs E C Shaw, Mr and Mrs G W Rush, London; Mrs Darby, Windsor; Miss Duncalfe, Perton; Miss Marshall, London Mr and Mrs Stuart Robertson, Miss Lampriere, Collingwood Mount, Farnborough; Mrs A P Spencer, J Clinton Spencer, Esq, New York, U.S.A.; Mrs McNamara, Miss McNamara, W McNamara, Esq, A McNamara, Esq, Dundamion Castle, Black Rock, County Cork; Colonel J ebb, London; Mr and Mrs Charles Bryant, Lymm, Cheshire; Charles 0 Birch, Esq, London; Charles Had- dock, Esq, Liverpool; A Margetson, Esq, Walsham; W E Checre, Esq, Birmingham; Mr and Mrs William", Mr aud Mrs John Davies, Morriston Mr and Mrs John N Gill and Master, Woodville, Fallowneld D Edwardes, Esq, Glanamon; D Prior, Esq, London L Bishop Lewis, Esq, Llewellyn Lewis, Esq, Thomas Powell, Esq, Morriston. Cobourg Hotel. -E Hill, Esq and Mrs; F J Leslie, Esq and Mrs — Lothern, Esq and Mrs Dr Donaldson and Mrs; W Howland, Esq and Mrs; Mrs Graham Forester and Miss E G Reade; S J Coombs, Esq. F Ronald Jones, Esq, Charles J Lewis, Esq, R Smith, Esq, W S Edwards, Esq, — Wheeler, Esq and Mrs, the Misses Fitzmaurice (2), Mr Clamson, Mr Teece, Mr Farrar, Clement J Williams, Esq, Mr Hawkins, Mr Williams. Royal Lion Hotel.-G, Cresswell Crump, Esq, G 0 Wood, Esq, Plas Llanon. Llanelly Mr and Mrs Len- nard, Swansea; Captain Penry, Barnstaple; Captain W Warde, 4th Devon Regiment, Exeter; Mr and Mrs Waddell, Liverpool; E Marillier, Esq, Hereford; J H Whitmore, Esq, Leicester; Mr and Mrs Franklin, Bristol; Miss Hurrah, Dublin; Mr and Mrs J Foster, London; Mr and Mrs F E Powell, Clifton; T R Daw- kins, Esq, Haverfordwest; Mr and Mrs Rice, London.
TENBY PROMENADE BAND. This Band will play as under during the week :—- THURSDAY, July 25th-Belmont, Victoria Street, and South Cliff Street, 10.30 to 1; Evening, Croft, 7 to 9.30. FRIDAY, July 26th-Cafiltle Square, Lexden Terrace and Paragon, 10.30 to I; Evening, Esplanade, 7 to 9.30. SATURDAY, July 27th—Deer Park, White Lion Street and Warren Street, 10.30 to 1; Evening, Castle Hill, 7 to 9.30. MONDAY, July 29th-Royal Gate House Hotel, 9 to 10; St George Street and Upper and Lower Frog Street, 11.30 to 1; Evening, Croft, 7 to 9.30. TUESDAY, July 30th-Cobourg Hotel, 9 to 10; L. and P. Bank and Tudor Square, 11.30 to 1; Evening, Esplanade, 7 to 9.30. WEDNESDAY, July 31st—Royal Lion Hotel, 9 to 10; Bellevue and White Hart, 11.30 to 1; Evening, Castle Hill, 7 to 9.30. THURSDAY, August 1st—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. JM<!<MM<t<ll.—TeDeum,SteggaIIinA;hymns 256, 225. Preacher-The Rector. Choral Celebration at 12.-Introit Like as the hart," Novello; Offertory Sentences, Belcher and Cus- tance; Benedictus and Agnus Dei, A. H. Brown; Service, B. Tours in F.; hymns 254 and 191. Evensong at 6 p.m.-Service, Garrett in F; Anthem, "What are these?" Stainer; Hymns, 193, 300; Preacher-Rev R Earle. A. F. M. CUSTANCE, Organist fy Choirmaster.
On Sunday next the services at St. Julian's Chapel on the Quay, will be as follow: -Celebration of the Holy Communion at 7.30 Matins at 11 Evensong at 6. ————— The Restoration of East Williamston Church is now almost finished, and the Archdeacon of St. David's is to preach at a re-opening service on Sun- day next at 6 o'clock p.m. If the weather is fine, and the congregation too large for the church, the service will be held in the open air. Mr Thomas Farmer, Metropolitan Lecturer, will deliver a descriptive lecture in the Public Hall on Thursday next, August 1st, on South America, with special reference to the South America Missionary Society and its work. The lecture will be picto- rially illustrated by aid of the magic lantern, and include some recent pictures from Paraguay, Pata- gonia and Tierra del Feugo. The chair will be taken at eight o'clock precisely by the Rector of Tenby. Admission free, but a collection will be made in aid of the Mission. Mr Julian Malvern's dramatic company will remain for another week at the Royal Assembly Rooms. Full particulars, and names of the pieces about to be produced are given in our advertising columns. ————— The United Counties Hunters Show will be held at Carmarthen on the 22nd of August next, when over JB250 will be offered in prizes. For full par- ticulars apply to Lieut-Colonel W. Lewes, 2 Kent House, Tenby. ————— S. Mary's Church Sunday-schools annual Treat will take place at Saundersfoot on Monday next. Teachers and scholars will assemble at the Parochial Schools at 11.30, when a procession will be formed to the Station. Parents' tickets Is. 6d. each, to be obtained of teachers. The offertory in the Parish Church on Sunday afternoon next will be given to the School Treat Fund. — There will be no alteration in the train service on the Pembroke and Tenby Railway during the month of August. ————— The command of the 2nd Battalion Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry falls vacant this week by the expiry of Colonel Grieve's tenure. Colonel D. Bond, will, it is understood, succeed him. The seventh of a series of articles, "A Naturalist's Notes around Tenby," is given on our sixth page. The Annual Carbine Shooting Meeting of the Pembroke Yeomanry Cavalry will be held at Penally on Wednesday and Thursday, the 7th and 8th August. A very large number of prizes will be competed for. The targets and scoring will be Wimbledon ranges 200 and 500, and the weapon, Martini Henri Carbine belonging to the Regiment, which has a minimum pull of trigger of 61bs. The competitions will commence each day at 9 o'clock. Programmes for the fifth annual Athletic and Cycling Race Meeting are now ready, and may be obtained from Mr George Ace, Mr J. Merriam, Wine Merchant, High Street, or Mr Budd, High Street. -————— The Rev. D. E. Williams, of Brecon, formerly of St. Michael's, Pembroke, has been presented by the Bishop of St. David's to the living of Llawhaden- cum-Bletherstone, near Narberth, vacant by the death of the Rev. Richard Bowcott. In the Yeomanry Inter-Regimental competition at Wimbledon, and which resulted in a victory for Ayreshire, the scores of the Pembroke team were as follow ;—Fifteen shots at 500 yards: Private Morris, 38; Private Reid, 49; Sergeant Roberts, 42; Private Smith, 48; Major Mathias, 53; Corporal Williams, 60; Sergeant Davies, 47; Sergeant Reynolds, 54-total, 391.
YACHT ARRIVALS. During the week the following yachts arrived at Tenby :—" Vanessa, Swansea; Freya," (s), Conway; "Undine," Swansea; "Mizpah," (s), "Kate," Tenby; "Chriatabel," Bristol.