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ROYAL ASSEMBLY ROOMS, TENBY. THE LAWN TENNIS BALL Will be held in the above Rooms On THURSDAY, August 15, 1889. STEWARDS: W. Booker. Esq., J. Kenworthy, Esq., Col. W. Lewes, F. E. Remfry, Esq., W. H. Richards. Esq.. Capt. Westby, Wm. Borlase Willock, Esq., L. R Wood, Esq. Lady's Ticket, 4s.; Gentleman's ditto, 6s. Dancing to commence at Half-past Nine p.m. Tickets to be obtained at the Royal Gate House Hotel. A CONCERT Will b3 given by the Tenby Orchestral Society in the GROUNDS OF CROFT HOUSE By kind permission of W. H. Richards, Esq., On WEDNESDAY, Aug 14, 1889, at EIGHT p.m. SOLOISTS. Mrs Parcell Miss A. Evans Mr O. W. Rowland Mr Hancock (Vocal); Miss Ethel M. Welch (Violin); Miss E. Clifton (Fairy Bells); Miss F. Travers Smyth (Pianoforte.) Conductor -Mr. A. F. M. Custance. Gates open at 7.30, to cemmence at p.m carriages at 10 p.m. Admission 6d; Reserved enclosure. Is Programmes at Messrs Wade and Meggitt's, Tenby. GREAT WE ¥TE~R N RAILWAY. EXCURSIONS will run as under:- ON MONDAY, August 12th, Cheap Excursions for 3, 6, or 8 days, to MALVERN. Worcester, Kidder- minster, Wolverhampton, and Birmingham will leave New Milford at 8.20 a.m., Milford 8.15, Haverford- west 8.45, Pembroke-Dock 7.55, Pembroke 8.3, Tenby 8.35, Narberth 9.5, Llandyssil 8.35, and Carmarthen Town 7.15 a.m. MONDAY, August 12th—To SHREWSBURY, Os- westry, 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 14th, 17th, or 19th; except passengers to Rhyl, Abergele, and Llandudno, who return any week-day between August 19th and 26th. WEDNESDAY, August 14th — To CARMARTHEN and SWANSEA (Horse Show), from New Milford at 6.55 a.m., Milford 6.15, Johnston 7.10, Haverford- west 7.25, Clarbeston Road 7.40, Clynderwen 7.55, and Whitland at 8.35 a.m.; to return same day. ON FRIDAY, August 16th, for READING and LONDON, will leave t*New Milford at 9.30 a.m., t*Milford 8.20. t*Johnston 9.40, t*Haverfordwest 9.50, Clynderwen 10.15, t*Pembroke-Dock 7.55, ^Pem- broke 8.3, f*Tenby 8.35, t*Narberth 9.5, and Whit- land at 10.30 a.m.; to return following Friday. Pas- sengers also booked from Stations marked thus to Bath, Bristol, Gloucester and Cheltenham; and from Stations marked t to Newport and Cardiff also. For further particulars see Special Bills. HY. LAMBERT, General Manager. MR. W. T. BILL, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT, TENBY, 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 00. A Cambridge Graduate, in mathematical honours, is willing to take ^Holiday Pupils far a few hours daily. Apply B.A., Observer Office. TO be Let, S. Oswald's House, near Esplanade, con- 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 I. Thomas, Falmouth House. TREVANE HOUSE, NEAR TENBY, TO Let, furnished. Situated close to Monkstone Sands; delightful sea views. Two sitting and four bedrooms, tennis court, w c., coach-house and stables. Land if required. Dairy produce supplied. Apply on the Premises, TO Let, the Shipwright's Arms," St Mary's Street, Tenby. Fixtures may be taken at a valuation. Apply Buckley Bros. LIanelly THE IRISH FRIEZES from LORD WATERFORD'S 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 weaving 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, 3s. 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. TENDERS are invited for the erection of Two Houses in Warren Street. Plans and specifica- tions may be inspected on application to Mr. T. BELT, at Mr W. Belt's, Ironmonger, Upper Frog Street, Tenby. Tenders to be sent in by August 15th. OR SALE— Several fine Belgian HARES and GUINEA PIGS* For particulars and price apply John James, Penally. WANTED-Parlour Maid in small London Hos- W pital. Apply 1 Somerset House. Esplanade, Tenby. 0 FOR HIRE, First-elass PONY CARTS For Ladies or Gentlemen. Apply at HORDLKY'S Stables, Cresswell Street. CAMBRIAN HOTEL, SAUNDERSFOOT. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. Wines, Spirits, &c., of the best quality. Posting in all its Branches. W. R. MORGAN, Proprietor. Visitors, Commercial Gentlemen, and the General Public, will find the above replete with every comfort. ST. DAYID'S. CROSS HOUSE HOTEL, FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL, SAINT DAVID'S, PEMBROKESHIRE. SITUATE within one minute's walk of the Cathedral 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.
I RECENT ARRIVALS.
I RECENT ARRIVALS. Bill, Mr and Mrs Ronald and family, Swansea 34 Victoria street Fortey, H Esq, Mrs & family, Clifton Bedford house Fry, C R Esq, Mrs and family, Shortlands, Kent 1 Lexden terrace Kirby, Miss, Shortlauds, Kent 1 Lexden terrace Garwood, Mr, Mrs & Miss, Bexley 1 St Mary's buildings Smith, Miss, Bexley 1 St Mary's buildings Hobbs, Miss, 8, Hartfield Terrace, Eastbourne 9 St John's hill Lord, Mr (Inland Revenue, Manchester) and Mrs Black rock Kirby, Miss, 14, Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, London 9 St John's hill Morgan, Mr, Mrs & family, Cardiff Warburton house Broughton, Mrs and Misll, London 10 Deer park Crewestead, Mrs and Miss, London 10 Deer park Allen, Mr and Mrs W D, Sheffield Malvern house Hollingsworth, Mr Allen, London Malvern house Barton, Miss, Melksham, Wilts 24 Victoria street Fry, Mrs & Miss, Melksham, Wilts.24 Victoria street Barrow, Mrs and Miss, Fairfield. Maesteg.Lorne house Bowyer, Mrs and family, London 24 Victoria street Crutch, Miss, London 24 Victoria street Nettlefield, James. Esq, London 24 V;ctoria street Burman, Dr W, Watb, Yorkshire 3 Olive buildings Booth, Mr and Mrs Geo E and family, Styal, near Man- chester 1 Rock terrace Brain, Mrs J H, Highmead, Cardiff 3 Bellevue Bevan, Miss D, Richmond, Surrey 3 Bellevue Cox, Mr and Mrs James and family, Cheltenham 2 Croft terrace Courtney, Mrs, Westminster 4 Croft terrace Cherbon, J Walter, Esq and family, Handsworth 6 South cliff street Cooper, Mrs and Miss, Clifton 1 Rockville Warner, Miss, Clifton 1 Rockville Davies, Mr and Mrs Alfred, Hampstead, London 2 Gunfort Allen, Mr and Mrs Walter and family, Clifton Giltar house Duman, Mrs, Bridgwater 1 Clareston road Death, Miss, Bassingbourne, Cambs Walmer house Edwards, Mr and Mrs Sydney and party, Clevedon 4 South cliff street Escombe. Mr and family, London 10 Esplanade Baxter, Mrs, Scotland 10 Esplanade Eberle, Mr and Mrs J Fuller and family, Clifton 21 Victoria street Strachan, Mr Walter, Clifton 21 Victoria street Fortey, Mr and Mrs, Moseley, Birmingham Pembroke villa Fortey, Miss Annie, Moseley, Birmingham Pembroke villa Floyd, Mr and Mrs E W and family, Perry Barr Cumberland house Fooks, Mr and Mrs C E, Gravesend.Cumberland house Fox, Mr Francis, C.E., Clifton Cumberland house Gwynne, Neville C Esq, Clifton 37 Victoria street Hickie, Mrs and family, Cork 3 Castle square Law, Mr and Mrs E, Cork 3 Castle square Holmes, Mr and Miss, London 2 White Lion street Husband, Miss Gertrude, Clifton Pembroke villa Husband, Mr Herbert, Clifton Pembroke villa Hooper, Geo M, Esq and family, Beckenham, Kent Hanover house Herapath, Miss F, Clifton 1 Castle square Jones, Rev Samuel and Mrs, Llangunnor Vicarage, Carmarthen South Wales house McKibbin, Mrs and family, Liverpool 3 Bellevue Keeling, Mr, Mrs and family, Cheltenham North cliff house Lowington, Cyril E Esq and family, Clifton 5 High street Morson, Mrs and family, Cowbridge 7 Rocky park Norman, Miss Margaretta, Bath Cambrian house Knott, Miss Ella M, Moukton Combe, Bath Cambrian house Oldham, H J Esq, Clifton 26 Victoria street Little, Mr G E, Gloucester 2 Cresswell cottages Porcher,Mr and Mrs, Cheltenham 1 Belmont Porcher, Mr C G, Cheltenham 1 Belmont Price, the Misses 7 Esplanade Price, C W M Esq, Haverfordwest Battersea house Dew, Rev E N, Babbicombe Battersea house Skipper, Miss 4 Croft terrace Forwood, Mr and Mrs C B and family, Penarth Glendower Grindle, Mr and Mrs, Oxford 22 Norton Grindle, Mr G, C.C.C., Oxford 22 Norton Grindle, Master B, Oxford 22 Norton Sheridan, Mr P C, Oxford 22 Norton Hooper, W H Esq, London Milford house Horridge, Mr and Mrs A C and party, Rostrevor, co Down 9 Bellevue Holbrow, Mr and Mrs, Limpley Stoke, Bath Newton house Hayes, Mr, Mrs and family, Salisbury Newton house Hinks, Robert, Esq and Mrs, Birmingham 23 Norton Hinks, Miss Annie, Birmingham 23 Norton Hinks, Master Edward, Birmingham 23 Norton Maud, Mrs, Liverpool. 18 Norton Molyneux, Mr and Mrs J H, Liverpool 18 Norton Gibson, Mr and Mrs, Eaton Road, Chester.18 Norton Manning, Miss, London Warren house Hooper, Miss, London Warren house Mathias, Mrs James and family, London 13 Norton Pearson, Miss, Wimbledon Park 4 Rock terrace Pearson-Hill, Mr and Mrs, London 6 Norton Pearson-Hill, Miss, London 6 Norton Rowberry, Miss, Abergwilli Clareston villa Miles, Mr and Mrs, Abergwilli 2 Clareston road I Redwick, Mr G R and the Misses Mary, Florence and Lois, Brondesbury Minwear house Rowland, J H Esq, Mrs and Miss, Ffrwd Vale, Neath 2 St Catherine's terrace Brock, Miss, Swansea 2 St Catherine's terrace Ridler, Mr and Mrs H A, Bristol Cheltenham house Gough, Mr and Mrs A. M C, Bristol.Cheltenham house Rawlinson, Miss, Altrincham, Cheshire.3 Rock terrace Hunt, Miss, Altrincham, Cheshire 3 Rock terrace Robinson, Mr and Mrs H G and family, Gloucester 2 Rock houses Rees, Mr William F and Mrs, Newport, Mon Cambrian house Rees, Miss A & Miss D, Newport, Mon.Cambrian house Hunt, Miss, Newport, Mon Cambrian house Smith. Mrs and family, Abberton 2 St Catherine's terrace Biddulph, Mrs and family, Birmingham 2 St Catherine's terrace Strick, Mrs Talfourd and family, Swansea.6 Bellevue Selby, Geo Donaldson, Esq, Doncaster Giltar house Smith, Captain E H, Wednesbury Laurie cottage Cook, Miss W A, Wednesbury Laurie cottage Sutton, Mr and Mrs, Reading 7 Esplanade Sutton, the Misses, Reading 7 Esplanade Stone, A M Esq, Mrs and family 1 Rock houses Standbridge, Rev J, Scrofton, Derby. Mentmore house Tucker, Mrs Walter and son, Glen Lea, Salisbury 1 Ventnor houses Thomas, Mrs and Miss Buckingham house Thomas, Captain & Mrs Moreton Buckingham house Norton, Captain Buckingham house Joseph, Mr Howard Buckingham house Todd, Mrs, Streatham Hill 2 Marine terrace Todd, Miss, Streatham Hill 2 Marine terrace Todd, David B Esq, Streatham Hill.2 Marine terrace Walker, Edwin Esq and family, Clifton.9 Esplanade Watts, Mrs, Kensington Beaufort house Lawrence, Mr and Mrs J Sealy and family, Kensington Beaufort house Burges, Mrs W T and family, Newport Rectory, Shropshire Beaufort house Wickham, Rev Douglas and Mrs, Horsington Rectory, Somerset 1 Esplanade Hampton, Mr, Mrs and family, Putney Hill, Surrey 1 Esplanade Whitaker. Mr and Mrs Alfred and family, Woburn Sands, Bedfordshire 3 St Julian terrace Willington, Mr and Mrs George and family, Ingleside, Wimbledon Park 3 Rock terrace Williams. Mrs and Miss, Llanarthny Newton house Lewis, Miss, Abercothey Newton house Aston, Miss, Witton. Birmingham Falmouth house Aston, H C Esq, Witton, Birmingham.Falmouth house Bridgwater, Miss Kate E, Saltley, Birmingham Falmouth house Bridgwater, J P Esq, Saltley, Birmingham Falmouth house Ackland, Miss, London Rebleen house Allen, Mr and Mrs Herbert, Brighton Giltar house Allen. Master, Brighton Giltar house Booker, Mrs 4 Croft Hare, Major and Mrs, London 4 Croft Clayton, Mr, Mrs and Master, London.Belgrave house Goodeve, Miss, Kilburn, London Giltar house Groves, Mr and Mrs Edward K, Clifton.4 Picton road Groves, Miss, Clifton 4 Picton road Groves, Mr E W, Clifton 4 Picton road Gwvn, Mrs and family, Clifton 37 Victoria street Hichman, Mrs, Clifton. Bristol 31 Victoria street Hicbman, Misses, Clifton, Bristol.31 Victoria street Hill, Mrs J, Clifton Weston villa Payne, Mr and Mrs H, Clifton Weston villa Payne, Miss and Miss E. Clifton Weston villa Hudleston, Mrs Wilfred, Reading 4 Warren street Hudleston, Miss Alice Mildred, Reading.4 Warren st Hudleston, Wilfrid Edward Esq, Reading.4 Warren st Hazard, J B Esq, Bishopston Marlborough house Hazard, Miss, Bishopston Marlborough house Kinderman, Mr and Mrs, London Cawdor house Myers, Mr and Miss, Edgbaston 7 High street Ingram, Miss. Edgbaston 7 High street Floyd, Miss Peel, Clifton Cambrian house Bicknell, Mrs and Mr, Clifton Cambrian house Smith, Mr and Mrs Reginald, Clifton.Belgrave house Smith, Mr Arthur, Clifton Belgrave house Taylor. Mr and Mrs, Derby 9 Esplanade Walker, Mr, Mrs and family, Clifton 9 Esplanade Shakeshaft, Mr and Mrs. Liverpool 3 South Cliff st Thomas, Mr and Mrs H, and family. Regent's Park, London Hallsville house Thomson, Mrs & family, Cheltenham.Belgrave house Dearie, Edward A Esq, Scropton-by-Foston, Derby Mentmore house Taverner, Rev Fredk J, Skegby Vicarage 6 Bellevue Taverner, F J W Esq. Exeter Coll, Oxford. 6 Bellevue Stowe, Mr and Mrs A W, Bath 1 Rock houses Stowe, Master Bertie, Bath 1 Rock houses Watson, Miss, London 1 Belmont Master, Mr and Mrs J H and family, Petersham Belgrave house Wheeldon, Miss, Derby St Julian house Thomas, J F Esq, Mrs and Miss Laura, Edgbaston 1 Ivy cottages Thomas, Miss Mary and Mr Frank, Edgbaston 1 Ivy cottages Price, John Esq, Mrs and Master, Ffaldau Villa, Llandaff 3 Cresswell street Butler, Mr Ernest & Mrs, London Woodbine cottage Butler, Miss E M F, London Woodbine cottage Batten, Miss L F, Worcester Woodbine cottage Ford, Captain St Clair, Mrs and family, Cheltenham Worcester house Rawlins, Mrs Cyril, Kensington 7 Rock houses Lewis, Miss, Kensington 7 Rock houses Royal Gate House Hotel.-Mr and Mrs Stuart Robert- son, Collitigwood Mount, Farnborough; Mr and Mrs A D Macdonald, London; Mrs McNamara, Miss McNamara, W McNamara Esq, A McNamara Esq, Dandamion Castle, Blackrock. co. Cork; Mr and Mrs F Thornley King, Bath; Mr and Mrs Waugh, St Leonards-on-Sea; F G Pearce, Esq, Swansbrook; Gilbert Lloyd Elliott, Esq. Dolhaidd, Cardiganshire Captain Dumaresq, the Hon H B Molesworth, Captain Voyor, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry; R A Wood Esq, Swansea; C W Boase Esq and party (3), London; W Willie Esq, Cardiff; Mr and Mrs James, Cardiff the Rev S G Gillum, Master Gillum, Weston- super-Male; Mr and Mrs Gill, Master Gill. Manchester; Mr and Mrs Brockbank, Miss Dora Brockbank, Man- chester; Mrs Jobling, G C Jobling Esq, Miss Jobling, Cheltenham; Mr and Mrs Goldstone, Bath; C W Stephens Esq, Kidwelly; W Dyson Esq, Cardiff; R Charles Esq, Australia; Mrs Campbell and party (4) Tintern; E R Grogan Esq, Cardiff; W F Howard Esq, Eastbourne; Miss Hilton, Manchester; W Stuart Esq, Blackwood; J May Esq, Cardiff. Cobourg Hotel.—J Allen Esq, Mrs Norton and party; Sir George Young Bart, G W Young Esq, Ernest Trubshaw Esq, — Evans Esq, and Mrs Evans, J Bevan Esq, D Williams Esq, W Bevan Esq. Thos Fleen Esq. W Trow Esq, Mr Trow, W Heath Esq, W A Wheeler Esq, and Mrs Wheeler, Rev E H Dew, S H Hudson Esq, — Hussey Esq, F Bircliam Esq, — Barrett Esq, — Phillips Esq, Colonel G Ryan and Miss Ryan, — Samuel, Esq, — Windsor Esq, — Thomas Esq. and Mrs Thomas, E G Trafford Esq. and Mrs Trafford, Mrs Penistan, Miss Dyce, W Allen Esq. Royal Lion Hotel.—The Rev Hon Sidney Meade and Mrs Meade, the Misses Meade, Bradford-on-Avon, Wilts; Mrs D'Arcy Hildyard, London; F Waterlow Esq. Cardiff; Miss Stuart, Mrs Houghton, C Stuart Esq, Tunbridge Wells; the Rev W E and Mrs Flewett, Cork; F Leigh Esq, Gloucester; Mr and Mrs E White and family, Haverfordwest; George Reid Esq. Haver- fordwest; George Phillips Esq, Haverfordwest; Mr and Mrs Hampton and family, Putney Hill. Captain Walter E Warde, Devon Regiment, Exeter; W Wood- ward Esq, Birmingham; G Mead Esq, A Mead Esq, Cardiff; — Green Esq, Cardiff. There will be several races for trawlers and shore boats to morrow.
TENBY PROMENADE BAND.
TENBY PROMENADE BAND. This Band will play as under during the week THURSDAY, August 8th—South Sands, 10.30 to 1; Evening, Croft, 7 to 9.30. FRIDAY, August 9th-Royal Lion Hotel, 9 to 10; South Sands, 11.30 to 1; Evening, Esplanade, 7 to 9.30. SATURDAY, August 10th-North Sands 10.30 to 1; Evening, Castle Hill, 7 to 9.30. MONDAY, August 12th-Royal Gate House Hotel, 9 to 10; South Sands, 11.30 to 1; Evening, Croft, 7 to 9.30. TUESDAY, August 13th-North Sands, 10.30 to 1; Evening, Esplanade, 7 to 9.30. WEDNESDAY, August 14th-Cobourg Hotel, 9 to 10; South Sands, 11.30 to 1; Evening, Castle Hill, 7 to 9.30. THURSDAY, August 15th—Victoria Street, (both ends) and South Cliff Street, 10.30 to 1 Evening, Croft, 7 to 9.30. R. J. H, PARKINSON, Hon. Sec.
The services at St Julian's Church, Quay, on Sunday next, will be as follow :—Holy Communion at 8 a.m.; Matins at 11 a.m.; Evensong at 6 p.m. The Annual Tournament in connection with the Tenby Lawn Tennis Club commences on Monday next, and will be continued throughout the week. On Thursday evening the Ball will be held in the Royal Gate House Assembly Rooms. Excursions are announced to Liverpool and the North on Monday next; to the Swansea Horse Show on Wednesday, the 14th; and to London on Friday, the 16th. Full particulars will be found in our advertising columns. The Annual Meeeting of the Tenby Branch of the British and Foreign Bible Society will be held in the Royal Assembly Rooms on Monday evening next at 8 p.m. Mr Henry Allen, Q.C., will preside and the Rev. Cynddylan Jones, D.D., will attend as Deputation from the Parent Society. Mr Edward K. Groves of Bristol, will give an address in the Mission Hall, Park Road, this evening, on "Some of the Marvels of Modern Missions gathered at the Great Conference of 1888." Seats free. No collection. Anniversary Services in connection with the Congregational Chapel, Tenby, will be held on Sunday next. A sermon will be preached morning and evening by the Rev. Robert Ann, and a collec- tion made on behalf of the chapel fund. The Anniversary Services in connection with the Presbyterian Chapel will be held on Sunday next, when the Rev. J. Cynddylan Jones, D.D., will officiate morning, afternoon and evening. Entries for the annual Athletic Meeting at Tenby close on Wednesday, the 14th inst., to Mr Ace. Among those present at Lord Brassey's "At Home," to meet Mr and Mrs Gladstone, on Wed- nesday, the 31st ult., at 24, Park Lane, we observe locally the names of Mr J. Wynford Philipps, M.P., Mr Arthur Williams, M.P., Mr Egerton Allen, Mr Bowen Rowlands, Mr Morgan Mathias Thomas, Mr W. R. Morgan Davies, and Mr T. E. Ellis, M.P. The gathering was a large and distinguished one, over 300 ladies and gentlemen being present, including many members of both Houses of Parlia- ment. ————— A report of the Quarterly Meeting of the Town Council, held yesterday, will appear in our next.
FISH REPORT. Owing to strong s.w. winds and heavy ground sea prevailing, small catches of trawl fish has been landed from each boat, which consisted of soles, turbot, brill, gurnets, plaice, whiting, hake, cod, conger, ling, dorey, bream, ray, &c. The seine fishing industry has been suffering from the same cause, and very small takes of salmon, sewin, grey and red mullet, bass, &c., has been landed. The mackerel fishing by line has been very quiet also, but the weather having moderated the boats had fairly good catches, on an average about five dozen a boat.
JOHN JAMESON AND SON'S DUBLIN…
JOHN JAMESON AND SON'S DUBLIN WHISKEY, BOW STREET DISTILLERY. ESTABLISHED 1780. This Whiskey is bottled in Customs Warehouse by George Chiles, Wine Merchant, Tenby, and guaranteed to be John Jameson and Son's pure unblended, and more than five years old. Observe signature and trade mark on neck of label.
EXCURSION TO TENBY.—On Thursday last Mr Thomas Jenkins, merchant, of Carmarthen gave his employes a trip to Tenby in one of his own steamers. The party arrived early in the forenoon, and after a visit to places of interest in the town proceeded to the Royal Lion Hotel," where Mrs Bowers had, with her usual care and good management, provided an excellent and substantial dinner, to which forty- seven sat down, Mr T. Jenkins in the chair. Dinner over, to which full justice was done, the pleasant sail across the Bay having in no way acted as a deterent to a good digestion, the health of the "giver of the feast" was duly proposed and honoured in a manner that testified to the popularity of Mr Jenkins as an employer of labour. Some little time was spent in conviviality, then another stroll and thence to the Pier, where the party safely embarked and returned to Carmarthen having thoroughly enjoyed their outing, the success of which was in no small measure enhanced by the successful catering of the hostess of the Royal Lion Hotel." ENORMOUS PUppy.-We have seen a St. Bernard dog puppy at the kennels of T. B. Stretton, Esq., Heywood, five months old whelped on the 5th of March last. On Monday, 5th of August, he weighed 84^1bs. good weight, 25 inches at the shoulder-this is far above the average he is rich orange, with all correct white markings, and takes after Champion Pliulimon, his great grandsire, having Plinlimon's beautiful head, as yet in minia- ture. His price is f200. He is by Oliver Cromwell ex Duchess.—Advt.