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Ladies' & Gentlemen's High-class Tailoring I HIGH STREET and FROGMORE STREET, TENBY. STEPHEN DAVIES Respectfully invites an Inspection of his new Fitting and Stock I Rooms with a large assortment of Irish, Scotch, Welsh, and West of England Tweeds, Homespuns, and Cloths of the very best makes, suitable for Ladies' Jackets and Ulsters. Boys' Eton and School Suits, Gent.'s Dress, Morning, and Walking Suits made on the shortest notice. Cut and fitted by a Cutter of 17 years' experience. GOOD WORKMANSHIP AND MODERATE CHARGES. Boys' complete Outfits for School. Gent.'s Mercery, Hosiery and Gloves. Lincoln and Bennett's and Christy's Hats, Caps, &c. July 18, 1889. TENBY DRAPERY STORES, 9, HIGH STREET, TENBY. Residents and Visitors will find a very large and well-assorted Stock of all the latest Novelties at Holt and Company's, 9, High Street. r:r Embroidered Robes from 18/6 to E5. A splendid assortment of Fancy Ribbons, Millinery, Gloves, &c., &e. Dressmaking upon the Premises. I NOTE THE ONLY ADDRESS HOLT & CO., 9, HIGH STREET. N.B.—MESSRS. HOLT & CO. having purchased the Business formerly carried on in the Premise& they now occupy, wish it to be understood that their Firm is in no way connected with Mr. STEPHEN DAVIES, Clothier and Woollen Draper, Tenby, and that he has no interest whatever in their Business, either as a Partner or otherwise. First Class Vienna, 1873.1 A AT H T fl 11 A IT A U I A NT A I IIP jFirst Prize Sydney'1879" Gold Medal Paris, 1878.J || JJj || jj |J JJ fl V A ll 1 it IV illl JjUl lFirst Prize' Meltl0Um6' 188°- SUPPLIED TO THE CARLTON AND OTHER LONDON CLUBS. (VIENNA PRIZE ALES, 4s. per DOZEN.) SPECIALLY RECOMMENDED FOR INVALIDS. The above Ales have been awarded the highest Prizes for BRITISH Light quently result from drinking ordinary British Beers, and therefore may, like BEERS at the above Exhibitions. They possess the same relative propor- Ameer vjn Bitter the superior Continental Brewings, be drunk with perfect impunity. They tion of Alcohol as Burton Pale Ales, and are therefore equally exhilarating; DillDer VHfek J)8r are also characterized by great purity, agreeable tonic properties, delicacy but being entirely free from Fusel Oil and other deleterious constituents, they AleS BP • "n/W IPTVT n r neither occasion the headiness nor the stomachic derangements which fre- DUARH. flavour, and freedom from acdity.. ALES IN CASK:—Mild Ale (No. 2), Kilds., 24s.; Bitter, Kilds., 21s.; Mild (No. 4), Kilds., L8s.; Mild (No. 2), Fks., 12s. 6d.; Light Bitter, Fks., lis. Fks. STOUT, 12s. 6d. Sole Agents: JOHN MERRIAM & SON, W. & A. GILBEY'S Wine & Spirit Agency, High-st., TENBY FARNHAM HOUSE, TENBY. School for the Daughters of Gentlemen. Head-MIss PEATFIELD. Certificated Teachers. The ordinary course of Instruction includes English in all its branches, Arithmetic, French (Grammatical and Conversational), Elementary Drawing, Calisthenics, Class Singing, and Needlewotk. Classes for Mathematics, Latin, and German. Special Classes for little Boys. References-Lord Bishop of Llandaff, Llandaff; Lady Milman, The Croft, Tenby; Mrs Rowe, St. Andrew's School, Tenby; and Parents of present Pupils. O'VIEJIR'ID.A.IJIE S'C HO OII. A High Class Select School for Young Ladies. Under the direct personal supervision of the Principal, Miss WILSON. French and English Governesses. Pupils prepared for any Exam. A French Class every Morning for Pupils over Sixteen, which Young Ladies not otherwise Pupils of the School can join. Highest References in Tenby, and to the Parents of former and present Pupils. For Terms and Prospectus apply to the Principal. FOR Sale, a large quantity of Fresh VEGETABLES, Daily, from Caldy Island. Apply Caldy Vege- table Stores, Tenby Pier. Floor Oloth-Linoleum, Oorticéne. t Brussels, Tapestry, Kidder and Velvet Pile CARPETS, Kidder and Oriental Squares. Composite and all Brass Bedsteads. Wire, Spring, Wool & Hair Mattresses in all sizes. SOLID WOOD and PAINTED FURNITURE of every description. MANCHESTER WAREHOUSE COMPANY, TUDOR SQUARE, TENBY. READY MONEY DRAPERY Best value for CASH at 'The Thimble,' Tudor Square A large assortment of New SUMMER GOODS. Try our Millinery. Try our Costumes made on the Premises, fit and style guaranteed, 18/9, 21/ 25/ 30/ &c. Funeral and Mtyurning Orders at lowest price. Complete Estimates given. Men's Hats from 1/41 to 10/6. Shirts, Scarfs, Ties, &c. 2 Suits, Trousers, &c., to measure. F. J. TRINGHAM. I For GROCERY and PROVISIONS, I China, Glass and Earthenware Views and Arms of Tenby and Fancy Articles go to EVANS' SUPPLY STORES, TUDOR SQUARE, TENBY. Agent for SPRING BLOSSOM CEYLON TEA. Fragrant as the Flowers of Spring. ZBZEJST VALUE FOR CASH Imperial Union Accident Assurance Com- pany, Limited. BUSINESS ESTABLISHED 1868. REGISTERED CAPITAL, £ 500,000. Head Office-32, FINSBURY PAVEMENT, LONDON, E.G. PROVISION in case of Accidental Death. Com- pensation for Permanent Disablement. Allowance during Temporary Disablement. Assurances against Accidents of all kinds; against Railway Accidents; against Voyage Accidents; and against Employers' Liability. 6,000 Claims, amounting to £ 80,000, paid by the Com- pany in the last Seven years. ALFRED B. SHELLEY, Secretary. Prospectus on application to j f'- Mr J. G. EVANS, Supply Stores, Tudor Square. Mr JAMES BOWBN, Railway Station Tenby. A MONTHLY or SICK NURSE. Apply Mrs SIMMONS, 1, St. David's Cottages, Lower Frog Street, Tenby. SAMUEL G. ROGERS, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT WHOLESALE ALE AND STOUT BOTTLER, JASPERLEY HOUSE, HIGH-ST., TENBY, Sole Agent in South Wales for Napier Johnstone's celebrated Old HIGHLAND WHISKY, in Wood and Bottle Phoenix Brewery Co.'s DUBLIN STOUT, in Brls., Kils., Firs., and in screw-stoppered Bottles at 3/- per doz. Fine selected Stock of Wines, Spirits and Liqueurs: Cigars, Ales and Mineral Waters. Single Bottles at wholesale prices. Orders delivered free. T. TUCKER, HAIR-DRESS ER, FANCY DEALER AND TOBACCONIST, HIGH STREET mzisrsir. 1 0 0 Swill be paid to any person, who • ^• by using 11 GOLDMAN'S TOOTH WATER, is again troubled with TOOTH ACHE. In Bottles at llli, by all Chemists, Patent Medicine 2 Vendors, and direct from the Chief Depot, 214, Harrow Road, London, W. COBOURG HOTEL, TENBY. rnHIS well-known Establishment, commanding ex X tensive Sea Views, situated in the centre of the Town, near the Church and Post Office, with spacious Coffee-Room affords to Gentlemen and Families visiting this delightful Watering-Place the very beat accommodation. Families boarded in the House.. Wines, Spirits, &c., all of first-class quality. AN OMNIBUS Leaves the Cobourg Hotel, meeting oach Train to and from the Pembroke and Tenby Railway. J. B. HUGHES, Proprietor "RUTZEN HOTEL," NAR BERTH. GOOD FISHING AND HUNTING CENTRE. POSTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. MODERATE CHARGES. W. H. HODGES, Proprietor. MYRTLE HOUSE SCHOOL. Principal-MRs. C. H. TASKER. (Assisted by experienced and certificated Governesses.) A SOUND and superior Education at Moderate Terms. Preparation for Local and other Exams. Private Evening Lessons in Latin, French, German, Mathematics, and Music. Referen es to Parents of former Pupils from aU parts of England and Wales.