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F. B. MASON'S I FURNITURE ROOMS, 1 ST. JULIAN STREET, TENBY. New and Second Hand Goods of every description Bought, Sold, or Exchanged. Most of the Stock in these Rooms having been pur- chased at Auction Sales, Prices asked are often below first cost. Eight Show-rooms to choose from. Inspection solicited. LYDNEY COALS. From Stores. Price 19s. per Ton. NEWPORT COALS. Sole Agent for the celebrated FFAT.DATT COAL, much appreciated for its slow combustion and the small quantity of ash made, is offered at 19s, per Ton. Special quotation for large quantities. This Coal is more suitable for Close Ranges t-Lan. any Other Coal brought to Tenby. Large or small quantities of FIREWOOD at 2sru 6d. per Cwt. delivered. Order from F B. MASON, COAL MERCHANT, TENRY. For OTULsriaa.g' S t c:n:l:t::n. e s s. ■ ■ I■■ B These elegant Pills, containing Ac!i;?oceue, Mm HITI_ cure OBESITY very rapidly, without Starving' MM Ih ■ I or Banting. If preferred, may be tuk 'j. r'is- II I I solved in Tea or Coifee. ^CORPULENCE The only scientific and lasting cure."— BPfe ■ B fS gee Medical World. Oil ■ Send 2/9, 4,6, or 11, to Dr. GORDON, SP" B B I 10H "BBUNSWICK SQUARE, LONDON, YV'.C M StafeiV H. nVCOE.E/EXjL'S REGISTRATION INK llEGI8TRATION INK Is acknowledged to be the BEST BLACK WRITING INK KNOWN. Sold by all leading Stationers. YENB Y n A Tiis. THESE Baths, fitted with all the latest improve- ments for the comfort and convenience of Bathers ARJE NOV¡' ozpiEirsri Hot Sea Water Bath 1/6 Cold ditto „ 1/- Hot Fresh Water Bath 1/- Cold ditto 1/- Hot Sea Water, per dozen Books 15/- Ditto per half-dozon Books 7/6 Open Daily from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Medical Referee—Dr. BEAMISH HAMILTON. Tickets to be obtained of Mr JAMES MORRIS, Iron- monger, St. Julian Street; Mr G-KO. JAMES, Chemist, High Street, and Mr M. P. DAVIKS, Chemist. High Street. SOS/J'. |7 AMILJES Cell. be supplied with SOUP from the 0 COBOURG HOTEL." J. B. HUGTTF.S. Proprietor. I A,N'. E AT FOR IMPROVED AND ECONOMIC COOKERY, As Stock for Beef Tea, Soups, Made Dishes, Sauces (Game, Fish, &c.),. Aspic, or Meat Jelly. Keeps for any length of time, and is cheaper and of finer flavour than any other Stock, FORTY POUNDS OF PRIME LEAN BEEF (VALUE 30/-) ARE USED TO MAKE ONE POUND OF EXTRACT OF BEEF. COOKERY BOOKS (indispensable for ladies) sent FREE on application to LIEBIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT COMPANY LIMITED, 9, FENCHURCH AVENUE, B.C. ifey Have you used c.—^ I PEARSSOAP ø- fa> «i) s? fe> a These Remedies have stood the test of upwards of FIFTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE, And are pronounced the Best Medicines for Family use. Manufactured only at 78, NEW OXFORD STREET, LONDON, AND SOLD BY ALL MEDICINE VENDORS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. Advice Gratis, at the above address, daily, between the hours of 11 and 4, or by letter. t MR. P. B. MASON, HOUSE AGENT. Post free on application, a complete List of Fur- nished Houses and Apartments to Let. BELGRAVE HOUSE, ESPLANADE.-Hand- somely appointed suites of Apartments to Let in this House. All Sitting-rooms face the sea, and the larger ones have plate glass bow windows, commanding magnificent views of sea and country. Meals promptly served by means of a lift ascending from the kitchens, and speaking tubes ate fiitted to each landing, Bath- room, with hot and cold water. Perfect sanitary arrangements. The House is well managed, and the comfort and convenience of visitors carefully attended to. Families boarded if preferred. ROSEMOUNT, TENBY. TO Let, with early possession, this very desirable and perfect detached Private Residence, completely furnished, with the exception of plate and linen. Situated in the outskirts of the town, a few minutes only from Church, Railway and Sands. Full particulars on application. MALVERN HOUSE, ESPLANADE.-To Let, with early possession, this Private Residence; well Fur- nished, and replete with every convenience. Three Reception, 7 Bedrooms, with usual offices. Moderate Rent to careful Tenants. HIGHFIELD, NORTH CLIFF.-A well Furnished House, in this lovely situation, to Let, without ser vants-Drawing, Dining, 7 Bedrooms, Kitchen, Ser- vants' Hall, &c/, &c. Private path to sea shore; ten minutes' walk from centre of town. GLEN, PENALLY-To Let, Furnished or Unfur- nished, with possession. Charming situation; lovely views of sea and country. Drawing, Dining, and Breakfast-rooms, 4 Bedrooms, Dressing-room, and Ser- vants' Bedroom. Never-failing supply of pure water. Low rent. ROBESTON WATHEN. To Let, Furnished or Unfurnished, with possession, this "capital Family Residence, together with about 25 acres of rich Meadow Land. The House contains Drawing, Dining, and Breakfrst-rooms, Conservatory, six Bedrooms, good Kitchens, Stables, Cowhouses, Dairy and other out- buildings, also large Kitchen Garden; and is situated within 200 yards of the Parish Church, 1-1 miles from 2 Narberth, and 10 miles from Tenby. Moderate rent. UNFURNISHED. 5, CROFT TERRACE-To Let, Unfurnished, with possession, this splendidly situated and very comfort- able Private Residence, containing Drawing, Dining, and Breakfast-rooms, 7 Bedrooms, Butlers' Pantry, Kitchen, Servants' Hall, and other convenient offices. Hot and cold water upstairs. Perfect sanitary arrange- ments. SALOP HOUSE—To Let, Unfurnished, with pos- session. Sunny position, close to the sea shore. Drawing, Dining, and six Bedrooms, with very con- venient offices. Low rent. ^No. l, ST. JUIJAN TERRACE.—To^tT Uufur- nished, with possession, this well situated House, now being thoroughly drained and re-decorated. FLINT HOUSE, DEER PARK, to be Let, Un- furnished. Contains 3 Sitting-rooms and 7 Bedrooms, Servants' Room, good Kitchen and offices. Nice Garden. ""TENBY RAILWAY STATION,—The Temperance Refreshment Rooms at this Station to let. Very favourable terms to desirable tenant. Suit pensioner and wife, or persons with a small income. MORFA TERRACE, MANORBERE.—Two semi- detached Villas to Let, each containing 3 large Sitting- rooms, 6 good Bedrooms, Kitchens, &c., with productive Gardens. Good bathing, and magnificent views of sea and country; close to Church and Post Office; one mile from a Railway Station and five miles from Tenby. Both Houses have been recently occupied by one family on a long lease. MR. F. B. MASON'S List of UNFURNISHED HOUSES And RESIDENCES to Let in Tenby and County of Pembroke, POST FREE ON APPLICATION. SEASIDE RESIDENCE TO LET. TO be Let, at Manorbere, near Tenby, Furnished'or Unfurnished, a most desirable Seaside Residence, known as "CASTLE MEAD." The House stands on its own grounds overlooking the sea and Manorbere Castle, and within five minutes' walk to the Church. The House contains drawing-room, dining and breakfast- rooms, ten bedrooms, kitchen, larder, &c., with every other convenience; also good stabling and coach-houses, saddle room, with servant's bedroom over. The re- ception rooms overlook a full-size tennis ground, sur- rounded by a pretty shrubbery, with a large kitchen garden adjoining. A bountiful supply of good spring water. The Railway and Telegraph Station is about a mile from the village. Two postal deliveries every day. About 3b acres of rich pasture land adjoining, can 2 be had with the House if required. Vacant on the fiust of September next. Full particulars and cords to view can only be ob- tained by application to Mr. GRISENISH, Glan-y-mor, Manorbere. _n_- NFURNISHED.-TO be Let, No. 3, ST. JULIAN U PLACE. Tenby, or Furnished. Apply to Mrs GWYNNE, St. Julian Place. TO be Let, Furnished, with possession, THE ROCK HOUSE No. 3. Apply Mrs GWYNNE, 3, St. Julian Place, Tenby. THROAT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS.—AH 8uJ. faring from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief afforded by the use of Brown's Bronchial Troches." These famous "lozenges" are now add by most respectable chemists in this country at Is. lid. per box. People troubled with a "hacking cough," a "slight cold," or bronchial affections, cannot try them. too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to pro- gress, result in serious Pulmonary and Asthmatic affec- tions. See that the words" Brown's Bronchial Troches are on the Government Stamp around each box.—Prepared by JOHN I. BROWN & SONS, Boston, U.8. European depot, 88, Farringdon Rood, London ABTMt IO HOTBIII I-Ate you broken in your rest to a ^k child suffering with the pain of entting teeth P Go at onoe to a chemist and get a bottle of MM. WINSLOW'S SOOTHINO Bnvp. It will relieve the poor sufferer -it H ptrfwtiy harmless and pleasant to- taste, it produces natuaL mist sleep by relieving the ekOd from pain, and tfia nttls oberuo awakes "as bright as atattan/* It saath«tha child, it soften the gums, allays all pain, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and is ths best known remedy ingOTo^»aanse £ *Jfas%^isl<m,s^%iiag Syrup is sold Iqr Medietas dealers everywhera at Is. lid. ptrbetttt. WORKS OF LOCAL INTEREST Published by F. B. MASON, and sold at the "Observer" Office, or by local Booksellers. NEW MAP OF TENBY.-Just published, price|2d., a new Map of Tenby, showing all the Streets and Public Buildings in the Town, North and South Sands, with approaches thereto from the streets, &c., &c. "RECOLLECTIONS OF OLD TENBY." Oblong 8vo., boards. Price Is. An interesting collection of 15 Views of Tenby as it appeared in the latter part of the last century, with descriptive letter- press. Specially printed from copper-plates from etchings made by the well-known historian the late C. Norris of Waterwynch. "ST. DAVID'S AND ITS CATHEDRAL." Imperial 4to. Price 2s. A series of 15 Views of St. David's Cathedral, as published by Norris in his History of St. David's in the early part of this century. Very rare. "A PARSON'S HOLIDAY; being an Account of a Tour in India, Burma, and Ceylon, in the Winter of 1882-83." By the Rev. Osborn B. Allen, Vicar of Shirburn, Oxon. Demy 8vo., 228 pages, with,& Map. Price 4s. Now Ready, price 30s., "LITTLE ENGLAND BEYOND WALES; a History of South Pembrokeshire. By Edward Laws, Esq. 478 pages demy 4to.; in handsome case and weR illustrated. ROWLAND'S TV L KALYDOR cools and refreshes the fa^ve and hands I tednis, and all ex- posed to the hot sun and dust, it Sr REMOVES llr SUNBURN tan, roughness and soothes insect, stings, irri- tation, &c., renders the skin soft and smooth and produces a fair and DELICATE COMPLEXION It is warranted harmless and free from any lead, poisonous or greasy in- gredients. Bottles 4s. 6d. and 8s. 6d.; half-sized bottles 2s. 3d. ASK ANYWHERE FOR T'17 ROWLANDS KALYDOR of 20, Hatton Garden, London. ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS is warranted to cure all discharges from the Urinary Organs, in either sex (acquired or constitutional), Gravel, and pains in the Wck. Guaranteed free from Mercury. Sold in Boxes, 4s. 6d. each, by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors throughout the World; or sent to any adrlr<-8» for sixty stamps by the Makers, THE LINCOLN AND MIDLAND COUNTIES DRUG COMPANY, Lincoln. A NEW LEASE OF LIFE. GIVING instructions for the speedy cure of Nervous anil Skin Diseases and other complaints, which embitter life and produce premature, decay and loss of nerve power and vitality. Full directions for self treatment with local and internal Remedies, which has cured thousands of persons who had lost all hope and wasted money on quackery before reading this book of remedies. Published by a Surgeon (Registered 1870) for the benefit of Mankind. A copy sent for 2 stamps.—Address, Secretary, Institute of Anatomy, Birmingham. MADE WITH BOILING WATER. E** r% o 5 o • m 1 ww GRATt-FUL-COMFORTINQ. COCOA MADE WITH BOILING MILK. A LOCAL WILL. Probate of the will with a codicil made 18th October, 1888, of the late Mrs Elizabeth Price, of Upper Belgrave-street, Belgrave-square, who died on June 23rd last, has been granted to the executors general, the Right Hon. Alexander Nelson, Viscount Bridport, of Cricket St. Thomas, Chard Mr John Philip Fletcher, of Darby Lodge, Sunbury and Mr James Price Gwynne Holford, of Kilgwyn, Carmarthen, to each of whom the testatrix bequeaths £ 100 to the Hon. Alfred Nelson Hood, £ 7,000; to Mr John Thurlow Fletcher, £100; to Mr John Roden, of Killgrove Wells, Westmeath, £100; to the Rev. Richard Nelson Barnes and Miss Elizabeth Barnes, £100 each to Miss Sarah Margaretta Andrew, £500; to her maid, £ 150; her coachman, £ 100; to her housemaid, £50; to Mary Ann Harris, a life annuity of £20, and legacies to other servants. The testatrix bequeaths her Russian, Sardinian, Dutch, and Brazilian securities and appoints a settled trust fund in trust to pay the income to Mrs Mary Anne Price, widow of Mr David Albany Price, during her widowhood, and in the event of her re-marriage, to pay to her £2,000, and on her death or re-marriage, to hold the fund in trust for her children. All her real estate and the residence of her personal estate the testatrix devises and bequeaths to Mr John Philip Fletcher, the value of the personalty being £63,856 14s. Wire Netting! Wire Netting! Wire Netting! for One Penny per yard. Fifty yards of Wire Netting, 2ft. wide, for 4/3. Enamel and other Paints at equally low prices, at W. BELT'S, Iron- monger, Frog Street, Tenby.