WILLIAM LEWIS, DRAPER, MILLINER, GLOVER, HOSIER, HATTEKTTTRPET WAREHOUSEMAN, ETC., Invites special attention to his variety of Stock and also the quality. DRESS MATERIALS GARIBALDIS CLOAKS HATS UMBRELLAS CURTAINS CORTICENE JACKETS JERSEYS SILK HANDKERCHIEFS CAPS GLOVES FLOOR CLOTHS RUGS SKIRTS MACKINTOSHES UNDERCLOTHING SUNSHADES SASHES LINOLEUMS MATS Large Stock of Welsh Shawls, Whittles, Flannels, Shirtings and Turnovers; also Silk Shawls and Wool Wraps. TAILORING- IBIE^LIISrCia:—3, WHITE LIOUST STREET. FAMILY MOURNING. FUNERALS FURNISHED. NOTE THE ADDRESS- (Four Doors below Royal Gate House Hotel), MILFORD HOUSE, NORTON, TENBY. IFUENISHED APARTMENTS. Comfortable 8 Room Unfurnished House with usual offices. Garden. Good situation. Rent J624. THE EXCELSIOR STUDIO AND VICTORIA BAZAAR, CASTLE BUILDINGS, CASTLE SQUARE, AND FINE ART and FANCY REPOSITORY, High Street, TENBY. .J"J-r .J"r- C. SMITH ALLEN Begs to inform his numerous friends and patrons that he will shortly have his STUDIO completely renovated after the recent disastrous Fire, and will be prepared to execute all Orders in the highest style of Photographic Art. N.B.—Please call at either of the above Places of Business, ask for a Price List, and make appointments for sittings. ESTABLISHED IN TEITBT 30 YEARS- 2nd July, 1&89. MORRIS BROTHERS, IRONMONGERS, Have just received a large consignment of FILTERS y some of the best Makers, and are now selling at very low prices. DOULTQN'S New Patent CARBON FILTERS. D.A Co. Silicated CARBON FILTERS Maignen's "FILTRE RAPIDE," and all sizes of Glass TABLE FILTERS. "DOULTON" WARE AND "TOBY" JUGS. FISHING TACKLE! FISHING TACKLE!! Trolling and other Rods. The celebrated Phantom Minnow, Sand Eel and Spinning Baits, Gut Traces, Treble Hooks, Lines, &c. Nottingham and Brass Reels. Hand Lines tit-ted for Rod and Pier Fishing. Cash Discount of 10 per cent. Sheffield House, Tenby. TO be l>t. Unfurnished, with immediate possession, VERNON HOUSE, St. Julian Street, late in the occupation of Miss Spence. For- full particulars apply to Dr. LocK, 2 Rock Terrace. TO Let, by the "Week, 15s; or by the Year £ 30, FEKN HILL, LLECHRYD, containing 5 Bed- room and 3 Sitting-rooms, Garden and Stabling. Apply B.B., .Blaenpant, Boncath, R.S.O. Full refer- enced must be given. Young children objectionable. ESPLANADE.-GILTAR HOUSE semi-detached.— This well Furnished Private Residence to be Let from end of July. Four Reception, 12 Bedrooms; excellent domestic offices. Apply Mrs Mason, North Cliff House, Tenby. YACHTS FOR SALE. PARTICULARS of YACHTS for Sale in the imme. diate neighbourhood, from 3 Tons upwards, may be had on application to Mr F. B. MASON, House and Commission Agent, Tenby. SAUNDERSFOOT.—A handy little YACHT for S HIRE, by Day or Week. Apply "Cambrian" Hotel. ylC'IORIA P A R K, SWANSEA. I By kind permission of the Mayor and Corporation. THE SWANSEA 1 mroRSE SHOW will be held on the above Park, on WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, AUGUST 14th and 15th, 1889. Y,600 WILL BE GIVEN IN PRIZES. Special Prizes for Jumping, Four-in Hand and Tandem Teams. Entries close August 1st. Double Fees August 8th. For Schedule of Piizes, Entry Forms, &c., apply to H. C. HIGMAN, Secretary, Estate Agent, Oxford Chambers, 101, Oxford Street, Swansea. ———n———TO—awgitri—wMBmaBBTrTJWiinricwiiriTP7rijii niinmriiimw iwt*™1
MARRIAGE OF MR JAMES WOOD TO MISS E. B. JONES-PARRY. St. James' Church, Paddington, on Saturday afternoon was tha scene of the very pretty wedding of Mr Henry James Theodore Wood, only son of the late Mr James Templeton Wood, of 10, Pem- bridge-gardens, London, W., and of the Inner Temple, and Miss Ellen Beatrice Jones-Parry, second daughter of Captain Jones-Parry, J.P. and D.L. for Cardiganshire, of Tyllwyd, Newcastle Emlyn, Cardiganshire. The service was fully choral, the officiating clergyman being the Rev E. Heriz Smith, M.A., Fellow, Dean and Lecturer of Pembroke College, Cambridge, a college friend of the bridegroom. The bride's father, Captain Jones- Parry, gave her away, the bridegroom being at- tended by four companions as best men, Mr R. A. Streathfield, Captain Brendeley, Mr Farquhar, and Mr Thresher. Four bridesmaids attended the bride; Misses Blanche and Gladys Jones-Parry, Miss Beauchamp, and Miss Bourne, attired in pale helio- trope soft silk, draped with Russian net cream- coloured, large Tuscan hats, trimmed with shaded green peas and bouquet en suite. Master Cosly Oakes, a youthful friend of the bride, acted as train- bearer, effectively costumed in white satin lined with primrose. The bride wore a handsome bodice and train of white poult de soie, with front of mous- seline dq soie. Her Brussels lace veil was fastened with a large pearl and diamond star, the gift of the bride's god-mother (Mrs Meredith). Her other ornaments were a pearl pendant, the gift of Captain Jones-Parry's Carmarthenshire tenantry, and a pearl and diamond bracelet, the gift of Mrs Moore, aunt of the bridegroom, and a bouquet of choice blooms. After the ceremony a reception was given at 10, Gloucester-place, Hyde-park, which was largely attended, and in the afternoon Mr and Mrs H. J. T. Wood left for Canterbury, en route for Switzerland and the Tyrol, where the honeymoon will be spent. The presents were numerous and valuable. =========
WM. BELT'S Furnishing & General Ironmongery Stores 15, FROG STREET, TENBY. Agent for Rippingill's Oil Cooking and Heating Stoves. Cooking Stove, complete, with kettle, 3/6. A large assortment of all kinds of Stoves kept in stock. LAMPS.—Just received, the new Season's Stock. Petroleum Lamps, complete, from Sd. each. Bedsteads from 10/6. A first class washed Wool Mattress, full size and best tick, 15/6. Baths and Lamps for Hire. Workmen kept on the Premises to make and repair all kinds of Goods, in Iron, Brass, Copper, Tin, &c. Gas Fitting and Plumbing. A large assortment of Gas Fittings in Stock. Best Crystal Lamp Oil delivered in any quantity- Please note Address of Stores- 15, FROG STREET, TENBY.
ELECTION OF A GUARDIAN AT PEMBROKE DOCK. —A vacancy having occurred in the parish of St. Mary, Pembroke, which includes the whole of Pembroke Dock, through the death of the late mayor (Mr. W. E. Seccombe), who was one of the members of the board of guardians, an election to fill the vacancy has taken place, and the result was made known officially on Saturday by Mr. J. Jones, clerk to the board. The candidates were Messrs. John Rollings, baker W. J. Davies, auctioneer W. H. Gibby, Commercial Hotel; R. George, wine merchant; and T. W. Young, King's Arms Hotel, Pembroke. Very small interest in the event was manifested, and the results of the voting were as follows :—Rollings (elected), 510 George, 361 Gibby, 225; Davies, 131; and Young, 50.
W. H. SAIES' IRONMONGERY STORES, TENBY. (OPPOSITE THE CHURCH.) Authorised to issue FISHING LICENSES.* I t-3 CD I::S "'0 I::S cd ¡. a w .4 0 CD o CD c-I" 00 I::S OQ cp 0 ce 00 t' OJ¡ :c 00 g EI "3 w 0l:J c+ j? J^| 5 !r LAWN MOWERS by Follows and Bate, Green Shanks, and the Archimedeon. All at Store Prices for Cash. Special Machinery for Grinding and Setting Lawn Mowers as new on the Premises. 50yds. Wire Netting, 3ft. wide, 2in. mesh, for 6/9. Garden Arches, Iron Wheelbarrows, Garden Rollers Garden Seats, &c., in great variety. Fishing Rods from 6d. Fishing Tackle of all description. Special Flies for local waters. Rook and Rabbit Rifles for Hire. Just Published, Price 28. 6d., VITAL TRUTHS AND OPPOSING ERRORS In the Words of Holy Scripture. By CLERICUS ANGLICANUS, D.D. WITH MANY WEIGHTY TESTIMONIES BEARING ON RITUALISM. AND SOME NOTES. By W. CUST GWYNNE, M.D. LONDON: JOHN KENSIT, City Protestant Book Depot, 18, Pater- noster Row, E.C. To be obtained at FARLEY'S Library, Tenby. COTTESMORE, near Haverfordwest, to be Let. C Furnished. Apply G. E. MASSY, Gumfreston Rectory, Tenby. Printed and Published by FBANK B. MASON, at his Printing Office, Frog Street, Tenby, Thurtiatf August 1,1889.
A warrant has been issued for the apprehension e of Charles Ernest Balls, a cashier at the Heybridge Ironworks, Essex, who has disappeared. His defalcations are stated at about £2,000. Richard Renton, 25, pleaded guilty at the Central Criminal Court on Tuesday to forging several cheques, which he cashed at various public- houses. He was sentenced to six years' penal servitude. At Leeds Assizes on Tuesday Elizabeth Shiel, a middle-aged woman of Sheffield, was sentenced to ten years' penal servitude for the manslaughter of a little boy named George Simkins, her nephew, who had been placed under her care. Deceased, aged five years, had died from the effects of ill- treatment and starvation. I
To the Editor of the Tenby Observer. SIR,-The Liberals of Tenby have just learned that their opponents have added five names in Tenby to the list of county voters, while their own leaders have allowed the opportunity to pass with- out increasing their strength by one vote. This apathy has naturally given rise to much dissatis- faction, and expressions by no means complimentary to the party at fault. Prior to the last Municipal and County Council Elections much activity was shown by some members of their Club, and it apparently impressed the Liberals with a feeling of security. From this happy and confiding state of repose they have been rudely awakened, and now present to the public a revised edition, profusely illustrated, of the Hare and Tortoise fable. Yours, &c., August 1, 1889. A LIBERAL.