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A GRAND A FETE & FANCY BAZAAR 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.; after 6 p.m., Sixpence. Children Half-price. The Grounds will be closed on both Evenings at Nine o'clock. J 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. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. EXCURSIONS TRAINS will run as under:- THURSDAY, August 1st.—To SWANSEA, Merthyr, CARDIFF, Newport, Bristol, Bath, &c., from New Milford at 8.50 a.m.. Johnston 9.0, Haverfordwest 9.10, Pembroke-Dock 7.55, Pembroke 8.3, Tenby 8.35, Saun- dersfoot 8.44, Narberth 9.5, and Whitland 9.45 a.m.. for 2, 5, or 8 days. ON FRIDAY, August 2nd, a Cheap Excursion for READING and LONDON will leave t*New Milford at 9.30 a.m., t*Milford 8.20, t*Johnston 9.40, t*Haver- fordwest 9.50, Clynderwen 10.15, t*Pembroke-Dock 7.55, t*Pembroke 8.3, t*Tenby 8.35, t*Narberth 9.5, and Whitland at 10.30 a.m.; to return following Friday. Passengers also booked from Stations marked thus to Bath, Bristol, Gloucester and Cheltenham; and from Stations marked t to Newport and Cardiff also. MONDAY. AUGUST 5TH-BANK HOLIDAY. TO BIRMINGHAM, leaving New Milford at 12.1 a.m., Johnston 12.10, Haverfordwest 12.20 a.m.; to return same day. TO SWANSEA, CARDIFF and NEWPORT, leaving New Milford at 5.20 a.m., Johnston 5.30, Haverford- west 5.40 a.m.; to return same day. TO SHREWSBURY, Oswestry, Llangollen, Wrexham, Chester, Bala, Liverpool, Manchester, Warrington, Rhyl, Abergele, and Llandudno, from Pembroke-Dock at 7.55 a.m. Pembroke 8.3, Tenby 8.35, Narberth 9.5, New Milford 8.20, Milford 8.15, Haverfordwest 8.45 a.m.; to return August 7th, 10th, or 12th. Passengers to Rhyl, Abergele, and Llandudno can return any week-day between August 12th and 19th. TO HAVERFORDWEST, leaving Carmarthen at 9.10 a.m. and 11:10, Whitland 9.50 and 11.50, Clyn- derwen 10.5 a.m. and 12.5 p.m., Milford 10.15 and 12.25, and New Milford at 10.35 a.m. and 1.0 p.m.; to return same day. SPECIAL TRAINS, by which Cheap Third Class S Return Tickets will be issued, will leave Carmar- then at 11.35 and 1.45 and Carmarthen Junction at 11.40 am. and 1.50 jp.m. for FERRYSIDE; returning same day. For fares and return times see Special Bills. HY. LAMBERT, General Manager. 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 Number 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 Lascellns, 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. THE SHAH IN TENBYT LATEST NOVELTY. Photographic Puzzle—" Find the Shah." See photograph of St. Catherine's Bock in R. SYMONS' Window. Carte size, 6d.; Cabinet, Is. ROBERT SYMONS, Portrait and Landscape Photo- grapher, St. JuUan Studio, Tenby. Groups on the Rocks, a speciality. Appointments should be made for these Photographs. W, ANTED,-Good COOK for Bath. Apply at 1, W Somerset Houses, Esplanade. j iA 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- brokeshire. ——— Agent for Messrs. Liberty & Co; CARMARTHENSHIRE. PARISH OF MYDRIM. SALE OF AN IMPORTANT FREEHOLD ESTATE. MR. T. RULE OWEN WILL offer for Sale by Public Auction, at the IVY BUSH 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. MR. W. T. BILL, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT, TB2STBT, 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. PUPPIES.—For Sale, a litter of SPANIEL PUP- P PIES, three Black and two Liver colour. First- class pedigree. Apply THOMAS EVANS, 4, St. George Street, Tenby. T~0"beSoid, 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 jE380 Apply J. Bonville, Palestine House, Frog-st. Tenby DOUBLE convertible Tricyclc for Sale. By the XV Coventry Machinist Co. To be sold cheap. Apply F. J. TRINGHAM, The Thimble," Tudor Square. THREE well bred Field SPANIEL PUPS for Sale, cheap. Liver and white. Apply F. JONES LLOYD, Victoria Street. Tenby. TREVANE HOUSE, NEAR TENBY, TO Let, furnished. Situated close to Monkstone Sands; delightful sea views. Two sitting and four bedrooms, tennis court, wc., coach-house and stables. Land if required. Dairy produce supplied. Apply on the Premises. FOR HIRE, First-class PONY CARTS For Ladies or Gentlemen. Apply at HORDLEY'S Stables, Cresswell Street. ST. ZD-A/VTID'S. 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 ONE 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.
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RECENT ARRIVALS. I Armstrong, Master, Malvern 2 St Julian terrace Atkins, Master, Malvern 2 St Julian terrace Brockbank, Mr and Mrs E G, Fallowfield, Manchester Gate house Brockbank, Miss Dora, Fallowfield, Manchester Gate house Brothers, the Misses, Putney Hill, London.4 Bellevue Brookman, A Esq, Clifton 16 Warren street Beaumont, J E Esq, Manchester Belgrave house Bohn-Maule, Mr and Mrs M, Bath Kant house Brown, Mrs, Handsworth, Birmingham Ivy cottage Bowley, Mrs W and family, Clifton 1 Rock terrace Bardsley, Mrs and family, The Vicarage, Ulverston 4 Rock terrace f Cooper, Mr, Swansea 2 St Julian terrace Chaffer, Miss, Great Malvern 2 St Julian terrace Coleman, Miss, Pontefract 13 Norton Goulborn, Master, Handsworth, Birmingham Ivy cottage Cooper, J S Esq, Great Malvern St Julian terrace Crafts, Mr and Mrs, Tottenham 1 St George street Davis, Miss, Cotham, Bristol 2 Bellevue Docker. Miss L, Manchester 2 Lorne houses Darby, Mr and Mrs J, Taunton 8 Norton Dakin, Joseph Esq, Redhill Walmer house Donaldson, Miss, Wynnstay Gardens, London 6 High street Davies, Mrs and Miss, Llawhaden 24 Victoria street Edwards, Mr and Mrs H G and family, Henbury, Bristol 5 St Julian terrace Finch, Rev C J and family, London.27 Victoria street Foster, Rev Francis, Mrs and family, Prendergast Rectory, Haverfordwest 27 Victoria street Goodacre, Rev A R and Mrs, London 3 Bellevue Gibbon, Miss. Roger's Hook, Narberth .24 Victoria st Goodwyn, Capt, Mrs & family, Jersey 26 Victoria st Hill, Mr and Mrs E, Leamington Spa 5 St Julian st Harvey, Mr and Mrs and family, Leicester 6 Norton Hutchinson, Mrs, Cahir, co. Tipperary. Croft terrace Hudleston, Miss, & Miss Daisy, Bath. 4 Warren street Hudleston, Master J W, Bath 4 Warren street Ingram, Miss, Birmingham 17 Norton Jones, Mr and Mrs, Bristol 4 Picton road Knott, Miss Ella M, Monkton Combe.Cambrian house Le Breton, Miss, London Bslgrave house Le Breton, Miss Florence, London Belgrave house Muscroft, Mr, Pontefract 13 Norton Millington, L Esq, Mrs and family, Ingleside, Wimble- don Park, Surrey 4 Rock terrace Mitchell, Mrs William Stair, Mitcham.6 Rock houses Moffat, Mr and Mrs William, Sefton Park, Liverpool 2 Rock houses Moffat, Misses, Sefton Park, Liverpool.2 Rock houses Moffat, Mr J, Sefton Park, Liverpool 2 Rock houses Myers, Mrs and family, Birmingham 17 Norton Norman, Miss Margaretta, Bath Cambrian house Probert, Miss, Cotham, Bristol 2 Bellevue Porcher, Mr, Mrs and family, Cheltenham. 1 Belmont Palmer, Mr & Mrs Llewellin & family, Haverfordwest Bellevue house Parkes, Mrs & the Misses, Handsworth, Birmingham Ivy cottage Phillips, Rev H, Llanyre, Llandrindod 24 Victoria st Phillips, Thomas Esq, Llawhaden 24 Victoria street Page, Mr, London 4 Picton road Phipps, Col and family, the Stone, Chalfont, St Giles 1 St Catherine's terrace Prothero, Rev J E, Mrs and family, Orcheston St George, Wilts 6 Rock houses Pritchard, Miss, Aston, Birmingham 4 Rocky park Pritchard, Miss M G, Aston, Birmingham..4 Rocky park Pritchard, Miss Ada, Aston, Birmingham.4 Rocky park Pritchard, Miss Amy, Aston, Birmingham..4 Rocky park Rees, Miss H E, Black Alder, Narberth.24 Victoria at Richards, Miss, Great Malvern 2 St Julian terrace Richards, Master, Malvern 2 St Julian terrace Reynolds, Mrs & the Misses, Leamington.6 High street Rees, Mr, Mrs and family, Llandeloy, near Haverford- west South Wales house Russell, Arthur Esq, London Cobourg hotel Roberts, Miss, Gravelly Hill, Birmingham..4 Rocky park Smallman, Mr and Mrs, Leamington Kent house Smith, Mrs Brook, Stoke Bishop 3 Rock terrace Smith, Miss Brook, Clifton 3 Rock terrace Smith, Reginald Esq. Clifton Belgrave house Soultan, Robinson Esq, Oxford 6 Norton Soultan, R Esq, Mrs and family, Oxford 6 Norton Spittle, Mr and Mrs J Albert, Birchfield Birmingham 4 Rocky park Senitt, Miss Bellevue house Saunders, Mr & Mrs, Wolverhampton. Cambrian house Truman, Mrs& Miss, Leamington Spa.Mentmore house Toller, Mrs, London 2 Lorne houses Tadgell, Mrs, London 4 Picton road Urquhart, Mrs and Miss. London The old Rectory Vevers, Master, Malvern 2 St Julian terrace Venour, Surgeon-Major and Mrs, Marlborough Man- sions, London, S.W. 13 Deer park Vassar-Smith, Mr and Mrs R V, Charlton Park, Gloucester 3 Belmont Woosnam, Mr & Mrs C W and family, Cepillysgwynne, near Builth Malvern house Williams, C Lee Esq, Gloucester 31 Victoria street William-, Mrs C Lee, Gloucester 31 Victoria street Rayal Gate House Hotel.-Mr and Mrs Stuart Robert- son, Collingwood Mount, Farnborough; Mr and Mrs G WRush, London; Mrs Darby, Windsor; Miss Dun- calfe, Perton; Sir Charles and Lady Wathen; Mr and Mrs Goldstone, Bath; Mr and Mrs F L Kinderman, London; Mr, Mrs and Master Gill, Fallowfield, Man- chester Evan Evans, Esq, Llanelly; Rev F E and Mrs Evans, Portsmouth; Mrs and Miss Jobling. Chel- tenham; GO Jobling, Esq, Cheltenham; Mr and Mrs C H Bryant, Lymm, Cheshire; Mrs McNamara, Dan- damion Castle, Blackrock, co Cork; W and A Mac- namara, Esqrs, Dandamion Castle, Blackrock, co Cork; Miss Macnamara. Dandamion Castle, Blackrock, co Cork; Dr Charles 0 Birch, London; Charles Haddock, Esq, Liverpool; W Bishop Lewis, Esq and Miss Julia M Lewis, Morriston; Rev S G Gillum and Master, Kewstoke Vicarage, Weston-super-Mare; Rev W Wick- ham and family, Horsington Rectory, Bath; Mr and Mrs A A and Miss Ellis, King's Norton, Birmingham; the Masters Ellis (2), King's Norton, Birmingham; Judge E E Jones, Minneapolis, U.S.A.; D P and W 0 Jones, Minneapolis, U.S.A. Cobourg Hotel.-Clement Williams, Esq and Mrs Williams; E E Farrar, Esq; J C Margetson, Esq; I Thomas, Esq; W Hawkins, Esq; Mr Buckley and party; Rev D Foley, C.C.; Rev A Walsh; Rev D O'Sullivan; Mr Russell; Mr, Mrs and Master Law; Mr Carter; Messrs Allen (2); Mr and Mrs Miller the Misses Reeve (2); the Misses Brothers (2); T Purnell, Esq; W H Southern, Esq and Mrs Southern. Royal Lion Hotel.—Mr and Mrs G Hampton and family, Woodfield, Putney Hill; MissBeavan; Walter Warde, Captain 4th Devon Regiment, Exeter; Mr and Mrs Ken Waddell, Liverpool; Mr and Mrs G Lennard, Swansea; J H Whitmore. Esq, Leicester; Mr and Mrs W Franklin, Chesham House, Bristol; Mr and Mrs Rice, London; Mr and Mrs S Jenkins and party, Car- marthen; Mr Woodman.
TENBY PROMENADE BAND. I
TENBY PROMENADE BAND. I This Band will playas under during the week THURSDAY, August 1st—Victoria Street, (both ends) and South Cliff Street, 10.30 to 1; Evening, Croft, 7 to 9.30J FRIDAY, August 2nd—Royal Lien Hotel, 9 to 10 South Sands, 11.30 to 1; Evening, Esplanade, 7 to 9.30. SATURDAY, August 3rd-Deer Park, White Lion Street and Warren Street, 10.30 to 1; Evening Castle Hill, 7 to 9.30. MONDAY, August 5th-Royal Gate House Hotel, 9 to 10; South Sands, 11.30 to 1; Evening, Croft, 7 to 9.30. TUESDAY, August 6th-North Sands 10.30 to 1; Evening, Esplatade, 7 to 9.30. WEDNESDAY, August 7th-Cobourg Hotel, 9 to 10; South Sands, 11.30 to 1; Evening, Castle Hill, 7 to 9.30. THURSDAY, August 8th-South Sands, 10.30 to 1; Evening, Croft, 7 to 9.30. R. J. H. PARKINSON, Hon. Sec.
S. MARY'S CHURCH, TENBY
S. MARY'S CHURCH, TENBY SUNDAY, August 4th. Matins at 11.—Hymns 166,186. Preacher-The Rector Evensong at 6 p.m.-Service, Bunnett in F; Hymns 222, 229,305. Preacher-Rev W. M. Warlow. A. F. M. CUSTANCB, Organist 8f Choirmaster.
We again wish to draw attention to a lecture to be delivered in the Public Hall this evening on the South America Missionary Society and its work," by Mr Thomas Farmer, Metropolitan Lecturer. The chair will be taken by the Rector at eight precisely. —-—— On Wednesday next, Lady Victoria Lambton will open a Bazaar in the grounds of Elm Grove, St Florence, the proceeds arising from which will be devoted to the further restoration of St Florence Church. Full particulars are given in our adverti- sing columns. The Tenby Orchestral Society's Concert has been definitely fixed for Wednesday, August 14th, at 8 p.m., in the Groft Gardens. Among the perfor- mers will be Mrs Parcell, Miss A. Evans, Mr O. W. Rowland, Mr Hancock (vocalists); Miss E. M. Welch (violin); Miss Clifton (fairy bells); Miss Travers Smyth (pianoforte). If the weather proves favourable the concert should be a great success. L On Sunday next the Rev. W. G. Triggs of Hay, will preach in the Wesleyan Chapel morning and evening. ————— The services at St Julian's Church, Quay, on Sunday next, will be as follow :—Holy Communion at 7.30 a.m.; Matins at 11 a.m.; Evensong at 6 p.m. A cricket match will be played on the Tenby ground on Saturday next, Tenby v. Llanelly. Wickets will be pitched at 11 o'clock. A match will also be played on the same ground on Monday, between the Tenby v. Narberth Clubs. Wickets will be pitched at the same hour as on Saturday. We understand that Penally House, formerly the residence of Mr John Forbes, has been purchased by Mr Clement Williams of Edgbaston. The lease of No. 10 Croft Terrace has been pur- chased by Lieut-Colonel Lewes, of 2, Kent Houses, from Captain Barclay. The eighth of a series of articles, "A Naturalist's Notes around Tenby," is given on our seventh page. Full particulars of the Bank Holiday Excursions from Tenby will be found in our advertising columns. ———— The next examination, in connection with the Pembroke Centre of Trinity College, London, will take place in December, and will include vocal music (junior and senior) instrumental music (junior and senior); theoretical music, junior division (pass section and honours section); inter- mediate division (pass section and honours section); senior division (pass section and honours section.) Further information may be obtained from the local Secretary, Mr Robert Thomas, The Green, Pembroke.
ST. MARY'S CHURCH SCHOOLS…
ST. MARY'S CHURCH SCHOOLS ANNUAL TREAT. On Tuesday last the annual treat to the children attending the Sunday-schools in connection with the Church, the Quay Mission, and New Hedges School Church took place. It was originally fixed for Monday, but the unpropitious state of the weather necessitated a postponement till the fol- lowing day, when the weather was all that could be desired. Soon after eleven o'clock the children began to assemble at the Parochial Schools in Upper Park Road, where every scholar who had attended the required number of Sundays to enable them to participate in the treat, were given a rail- way and tea ticket by the superintendents, under the direction of Miss Caroline Fetherston, hon. secretary. This completed, a procession was formed, headed by the Rector, which marched through the town, preceded by a drum and fife band, taking en route Trafalgar Road, Culver Park, Esplanade, St. Mary's Street, St. Julian Street, High Street, Norton and Croft, to the Railway Station. Here the children were joined by their parents, as this year all visitors were rigidly ex- cluded. The whole party, numbering close upon a thousand persons, were safely entrained and con- veyed to Saundersfoot Station, from whence, after a rather long walk, a field near Bonville's Court Colliery was reached, the scene of the afternoon's festivities. It was not long before plenty of amusements were found for the children and elder scholars until tea was announced at 3.30, when a numerons staff of teachers and helpers served tea and cake ad lib. This over the parents were duly entertained, and then games and amusements be- came the order of procedure. Shortly before eight o'clock a move was again made in the direction of the Railway Station, from whence the whole party were safely conveyed to Tenby about 8.20 p.m. A march through the town to the Square followed, where the "National Anthem" was sung, and hearty cheers given for all who had provided the treat and helped by their presence to make it pass off successfully. Amongst those who assisted to make the affair a success, we observed Miss C. L. Fetherston (on whom devolved the management), the Misses Reid, 9, Norton Miss James, Etnam House Miss Dunn, Portland House; Miss Stevenson, Miss Smyth, The Gables; Miss B. Huntington, The Rectory Miss Jones-Lloyd, Victoria Street; Miss C. Gordon, Somerset House; Miss May, Miss Bradstreet, Miss Bowen, Miss E. Lewis, Miss Bowen, Miss Cotton, the Misses Milward, Paragon; Mrs MacKenzie, Miss H. Philipps, Robeston House; Miss Metcalfe, Miss M. Griffiths, Miss Griffiths, The Lodge; Miss Hall, Miss Morgan, Miss Lea, Miss Morley, Miss M. Williams, Mr R. Lea, Mr G. Lea, Mr John Thomas, Mr J. H. Thomas, Mr John Leach, Mr F. Clarke, Mr Betsworth, Mr John Thomas, Warren Street; Mr A. F. M. Custance, Mr George Davies, Mr Abraham Thomas, Mr Benjamin Evans, &c., &c.
SHREWSBURY SCHoor, Weare pleased to hear that Mr F. Smedley, of Pembroke-Dock, who re- cently took a first open Classical Scholarship at Pembroke College, Cambridge, has since been awarded a school exhibition of JE36 per annum.