Adlam, Mrs, senr., Worcester 2 Lorne houses Adlam, Mr, junr. and Mrs, Worcester.2 Lorne houses Albright, John M Esq and Mrs, Charlbury, Oxfordshire Woodbine cottage Ault, F E Esq, Dorking Cawdor house Armstrong, Master, Malvern 2 St Julian terrace Atkins, Master, Malvern 2 St J ulian terrace Bowyer, E Esq, London Bridge house Bowyer, the Misses Bridge house Broughton, J. L. Esq, Mrs and the Misses, 43, Eaton Square Rosemount Bell, Mrs 2 Castle square Bourne, Mr, Mrs and Miss, Bieknor 1 Gunfort Barnett, Mr, Bieknor, Gloucestershire 1 Gunfort Bliss, Arthur, Esq and family, Sydenham 1 St Catherine's terrace Booker, W, Esq 4 Croft Broughton, Miss, Lowdham Penally Burd, the Misses,J3owdou, Cheshire .Drummond house Babington, Mrs, Belgrave Place, Cork Lome house Babington, the Misses (2), Belgrave Place, Cork Lorne house Barry, Miss, Clifton 1 Rock houses Bartlett, Miss, Clifton 1 Rock houses Brydon, Mrs and family, Bramhall, Cheshire Belgrave house Beaumont, Mr and Mrs Edward, Cheetham Hill, Man- chester Belgrave house Blandy Jenkins, Mrs and family, Kingston House, near Abingdon 1 Somerset houses 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 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 Carter, Miss. London 3 South cliff street Collins, Mr and Mrs John and family, Bath 3 Castle square Cutler, Miss, Brixton Brecknock house Cole, Mr South wales house Crampton Misses F and C, Cotham, Bristol 2 Primrose cottages Cleghorn, the Misses, London Drummond house Chabot, Mr and Mrs, Dorking Cawdor house Chadwick, the Misses, Manchester 1 Rockville Collis, J T Esq and family, Redland, Bristol 31 Victoria street Carr, Mrs and family, Oak Lea, Ashton-on-Mersey, Cheshire Belgrave house Coleman, Miss, Pontefract 13 Norton Goulborn, Master, Handsworth, Birmingham Ivy cottage Crafts, Mr and Mrs, Tottenham 1 St George street Dewing, Mr and Mrs 16 Norton Driver, Mr, Mrs and Miss, Bath Charlton house Davies, Miss, Wylde Green, Birmingham.Alma cottage Dew, Mrs E J, and family, Weston-super-mare 3 Rock terrace Davies, Mrs Arthur, Llanelly 19 Norton Davies, Miss W, Llanelly 19 Norton Dobbin, Mrs and family, Cork 6 Bellevue Darlington, Mr and Mrs, Hadnall, Shrewsbury Milford house Dean, Mrs and Miss, Alhampton. Evercreech Trafford. house Dangerfield, Mr, Mrs and Miss, Bath. Marine terrace Diprose, Mr and Mrs, Stroud 4 Picton road Downes, Mrs A C, Shrewsbury 1 Esplanade 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, Cheltenham 7 High street Evans, Miss, Newport 6 Esplanade Eicke, Mr and Mrs R D, London 21 Norton Edwards, Iorwerth W, Ilhymney 16 Warren street Edwards, Mabel, Rhymney 16 Warren street Earle, Rev W, Vicar of Templemichael, Youghal Newport house Edwards, Mrs H. Liverpool. 8 Bellevue Edwards, Mrs and the Misses, Cheltenham 7 High street Edwards, Mr and Mrs H G and family, Henbury, near Bristol 5 St Julian terrace Edwards, Mr Saunders and Miss, Brampton Vale Cawdor house Edwards, Mr and Mrs H G and family, Henbury, Bristol 5 St Julian terrace Fox, Miss B, Leigh Woods, Clifton.Cumberland house Fox, Miss F, Leigh Woods, Clifton.Cumberland house Fairfoot, Mrs, Harrogate 1 Kent house Fawfees, Miss, Stroud St Mary's buildings Finch, Rev C J and family, London.27 Victoria street Foster, Rev Francis, Mrs and family, Prendergast Rectory, Haverfordwest 27 Victoria street Green, Major, Mrs and family, Poulton Hall, Cheshire 36 Victoria street Gunton, Mrs, Thorpe, Norwich St Agatha's house Gumbrell, Mrs, Dorking St Agatha's house Graham, Mrs James 4 St Julian terrace George,JO W Esq, Plascrwn, Narberth 13 Norton Grove, Mr and Mrs Edward K, Clifton .4 Picton road Goodwin, Miss, Tunstall, Staffordshire Kent house Goodwyn, Mrs Aif and family, Bath. 1 Somerset houses Good, Miss and Miss M, Tenbury.2 St Mary's buildings 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 Hague, Major, Mrs and the Misses E and M, London Rebleen house Hooper, W H Esq, London 13 Norton Houghton, Miss, Tnnbridge Wells.St Agatha's house Hughes, Miss Maud, London Ellesmere house Hutchinson, Mr and the Misses, Cahir, co. Tippemry 1 Croft terrace Harding, Mr and Mrs Cecil M, Oatford, Kent 2 St Julian terrace Harding, Master Claude, Oatford, Kent 2 St Julian terrace Howell, Major, and family, Solva, South cliff house Howell! Misses, Solva South cliff house Hall, J M Esq and Mrs, The Park, Ashton, Leominster 2 St Mary's buildings Heath, Miss Emily, Norton, Stoke-upon-Trent Kent house Herapath, C K C Esq, Mrs and family, 11. Brunswick Square, Bristol n 1 Castle square Hammond, Mr, Mrs and family, Clydach Vale 2 Ivy cottages Hodges, Miss, Fern Bank, Mountain Ash Cheltenham house Hill, Mr and Mrs E, Leamington Spa ••• Julian st Harvey, Mr and Mrs and family, Leicester 6 Norton Hutchinson, Mrs, Cahir, co. Tipperary. 1 Croft terrace Hudleston, Miss, & Miss Daisy, Bath .4 Warren street Hudleston, Master J W, Bath 4 Warren street Inge, Rev F George, and Mrs, Berkswich Vicarage, Staffordshire 2 Glendower Ingram, Miss, Birmingham 17 Norton Joyce, Mr and Mrs, Hinton, Whitchurch Milford house Jourdan, the Misses, Gloucester road, Regents' Park, Wonford lodge Jones, Mrs, Blackwood, Mon South Wales house •Tames, Miss, Crickhowell South Wales house Jackson, Miss, Bournemouth 1 Somerset houses Jones, Mr and Mrs, Bristol 4 Picton road dipping, Mrs, Upper Sydenham St Agatha's house King, Mr and Mrs W H, Stourbridge 1 Rock houses I Kiddle, Mrs and Miss, Clifton 33 Victoria street Kiddle, E J Esq, Clifton 33 Victoria street Knott, Miss Ella M, Monkton Combe.Cambrian house Leigh Morgan, Mrs and family, Chepstow „. 24 Norton Le Breton, Miss, London Bslgravehotise; Le Breton, Miss Florence, London Belgrave house Malcolm, Colonel, M.P., and the Hon Mrs, Hastings Lavallin house Mathias, Mr, Mrs and family, Neath 8 Bellevue Moxhay, the Misses, Reading 7 Esplanade M.cAndrew, Mr, Mrs & Miss, Inverness Belgrave house Maude, Cyril, Esq and Mrs, London 6 Bellevue Mathias, Mrs John, and family, London 3 Hock terrace Muscroft, Mr, Pontefract 13 Norton Millington, L Esq, Mrs and family, Ingleside, Wimble- don Park, Surrey 4 Rock terrace Mitchell, Mis 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 Moffdt, Mr J, Sefton Park. Liverpool 2 Rock houses Myers, Mrs and family, Birmingham 17 Norton Nunnerly, Mrs and Miss, Belton, Whitchurch Milford house Nuttall, Mr and Mrs F R, St Helens Cawdor House Nuttall, Mr and Mrs Cawdor house Norman, Miss Margaretta, Bath Cambrian house Phillipps. Miss, Clevedon 18 Norton Palmer, Mr and Mrs, Haverfordwest Bellevue house Pegler, Miss, Stroud St Mary's buildings Pickering, C E Esq, Sheffield Falmouth 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 e' 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 Pri tchard, Miss M G, Aston, Birmingham..4 Rocky park Pritchard, Miss Ada, Aston, Birmingham.4 Rocky park Pritchard,Miss Amy, Aston, Birmingham..4 Rocky park Robertson, Miss, Sutton, Cheshire 8 Bellevue Reynolds, Mr Reginald, Leamington 6 High street Reynolds, the Misses, Leamington 6 High street Reid, Miss Annie, Coppenhall Rectory, Crewe 5 Bellevue Roberts, Mrs Pender and Miss, Cornwall 20 Victoria street Roberts, W E Esq, Ilfracombe 20 Victoria street Robin, Rev Canon and Mrs, Woodchurch, Cheshire 3 Norton Rookes, Mrs and family, Coleford 8 Rocky park Rees, Miss H E, Black Alder, Narberth.24 Victoria st Richards, Miss, Grtat 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, Birmingha.m..4 Rocky park Swayne, Mr and Mrs J L, Brecon Somerset house Stevenson, Mr and Mrs, Edinburgh 3 Bclli-vue Smith, Miss, Haverfordwest 5 Rocky park Stokes, Mrs and maid, London Melro.-f honne Stuart, Miss, Dulwich St Agatha'* house Stuart, C Esq, London St AgnthaV 'house Sutton, H Esq, Mrs and family, Beading.? Baplitiwde Smith, Mrs, Arundel House, Wednesbury Laurie cottage Smith, Miss and friend, Arundel House, Wednesbury Laurie cottage Smith, Miss, Sidcot Bellevue house Smallman, Mr and Mrs, Leamington Kent house Smith, Mrs and Miss Brooke, Stoke Bishop, near Bristol 3 Rock terrace Smith, Reginald Esq, Clifton Belgrave house Souttar, Robinson, 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 St John-Maule, Mr and Mrs M, Bath Kent house Turner, Mr and Mrs Maynard, Bishopsworth, Somer- setshire Beaufort house Trower, Mrs J C, Brecon Somerset house Turner, Mr and Mrs Robert Maynard and family Beaufort house Taylor, Wilfred, Esq, London Drummond house Thornton, Rev J, Mrs and family, Yockletoii Rectory, Shrewsbury 7 High street 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 Whitworth, Miss, Heathfield, Littleborough Vine cottage Walby, Mrs and Miss, London 3 South cliff street Wilkinson, Henry, Esq and Mrs, Bayswater 2 Olive buildings Walters, Mrs and child, London.2 Primrose cottages Williams, C J Esq and Mrs, Edgbaston.Cawdor house Williams, W Esq and Miss, Edgbaston.Cawdor house Walker, Mrs Spencer and family, Bishopton, Stratford- on-Avon 4 St Julian terrace Walkinton, Miss Grace, Birmingham.Ellesmere house Whittingham, Geo Wm, Esq, Manchester Vine cottage Willcocks, Miss, Sydenham 1 St Catherine's terrace Wise. Mr and Mrs, Bristol 6 Bellevue Weall, Mrs, and family, Twickenham Brecknock house Walters, Mrs, Blackwood, Mon South Wales house Walker, Miss, Redland, Bristol 31 Victoria street White, Mrs T H, Liverpool 8 Bellevue Walker, Mrs S R, London Bellevue Wliateley, the Misses, Wyddrington House, Chelten- ham 9 Esplanade Whitmore, C H, Esq, Cheltenham 3 Rock terrace Whitmore, Miss H E, Cheltenham 3 Rock terrace Whitmore, Miss A E, Cheltenham 3 Rock terrace Walker, Mrs T R & family, London .Drummond house Westcombe, Thomas, Esq and sisters, Worcester Woodbine cottage Wesley, G W Esq, B.A., Dorking Cawdor house 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
JjI- ll. PRESENTS TO THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF FIFE. -Among the wedding presents at the late Royal Marriage was the clever novel "Myself and my Relatives" bound in scarlet and gold, with a frontis- piece by Sir John Millais. This story first appeared in Chambers Journal from which it was almost immediately reprinted with some additions, in volume form and so great was its popularity that it was placed in a special list of books at Mudie's Library, owing as much to its high moral tone, as to its interest as an original and striking tale. "Myself and my Relatives" has been lately issued in a new edition by the London publishing firm of Sampson Low and Co.
THE CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE BRISTOL CHANNEL. On Tuesday week, the great event of the local maritime excursion season came off; the Lady Gwendoline, Messrs Edwards, Robertson and Company's new boat, and the Waverley, hitherto known as the "Greyhound of the Bristol Channel," met. The weather was admirably suited to a contest, a smooth sea and eaay wind offering a fair field and no favour to the contestants. The Lady Gwendoline left Cardiff at 11.25 a.m., and arrived at Lynmouth soon after the Waverley, appearing to get the best of her down channel. The Waverley started from Lynmouth six minutes ahead, and both vessels arrived at 'Combe together. However the real race came off on the return journey. Both started at 5.1Op. m., and the Waverley secured the inside berth, with the best of the water. The Gwendoline was a little in front, and when in the first mile or so the Waverley drew up on her quarter and got her nose abreast the paddle-box the excitement on both steamers was intense. Amidst great cheering and demonstration of Amidst great cheering and demonstration of enthusiasm the Gwendoline now began to forge ahead. At last it was but too plain that the Waverley was beaten, and the Cardiff boat reached Lynmouth two minutes in front. A hurried embarkation of passengers was followed by another race, which speedily became a procession, and the Lady Gwendoline, when off Lavernock, was fully six miles ahead. She reached Cardiff at 7.40 p.m., doing the entire journey in two hours and a half, a. record time. When she steamed up the entrance channel the band playing the "Conquering Hero," and, as the news of her victory spread, loud cheers went up from the crowded Lady Margaret and from those on shore. Everyone congratulated Messrs Edwards and Robertson, who were on board, and the affair was the general topic of conversation in the town at night. The victory is a popular and deserved one.
To the Editor of the Tenby Observer. SIR,—Many people scout the re-incarnation theory through believing it to mean transmigration of human souls into animal forms. Theosophy teaches that this can happen only if at the close of a Manvantara or Day of Brahma, the individual ego is found to have entirely failed in uniting itself to its Higher Self, its divine part. In such case, after Pralaya or night of Brahma. the monad begins life once more in a stone-plant— working up to an animal as human. Such failures, however, are extremely rare. Re- generation, or the new birth spoken of by the Lord .Jesus, is a spiritual process and constitutes emanci- pation. It is perfect at—one—ment between the man and his divine spirit. Re-incarnation is the means to emancipation, and is a necessity so long as earth's lessons have not been thoroughly learnt. As death removes from man all incentive to evil, the struggle between his higher and lower nature is ended consequently any progress in direction of emancipation must cease until the next iucar- nation. I have quoted this from a public letter of the well known Mr Maitland. After a long or short rest in Devactian (a bliss- ful state) in a more or less conscious condition, Tan-ha, or the desire of existence, and Karma draw the ego back into earth's life, and to such parents whose characters and nation are most con- genial to it, irrespective of worldly position to a great degree, but there are exceptions to that rule. In sight of Asia Edwin Arnold writes Ye suffer from yourselves, none else compels None other holds you that you live and die and whirl upon the wheel and hug and kiss Its spokes of agony- Its tire of tears-its nave of nothingness." Yours, &c., Tenby, 5th August. ALICE F. MALCOLM.
To the Editor of the Tenby Observer. SIR,—Your correspondent who signs himself A Liberal" seems unnaturally elated by the circum- stance that the Tories have attended with their customary care to the County Register, and suc- ceeded in putting on five additional voters. I dare- say the Tories will be glad of every vote they can get, and quite right too; but I don't see why one calling himself a Liberal should make that an opportunity of aiming a traitrous blow in his miserable little fashion at the Liberal Club. I am not going to excuse negligence, if any, on the part of the Liberal agent whose duty it is to look after the County Register, but I wish to point out to A Liberal" that if he knows of any Liberal who is entitled to vote and is not on the Register, he failed in his duty in not himself giving an inti- mation of it in the proper quarter. If he has been wide awake all the time and has knowingly allowed his party to suffer by his own neglect of duty, I should like to know who is to blame but himself, and what he of all men has to brag about. If, on the other hand, he does not know of any claims so neglected, I ask again what has disturbed him. I should be sorry to think that the Liberals of Tenby are impressed with a feeling of security." If they are, A Liberal," or even a Tory, would deserve our thanks for assisting, however rudely, in their awakening but for one who masquerades as A Liberal in order to give a stab in the back to his own friends, I can only feel disgust. Yours, &c., ONE OF THE LIBERAL CLUB. Tenby, Aug. 6, 1889.
THE DERBY OF OUR SUNSHINE. To the Editor of the Times. SIR,—In dating from the 1st January last Pem- broke this year was the first place in the Kingdom to complete the registration of 1000 hours of sun- shine, they having passed the "winning post" during the week ending on Monday, July 22nd. They were closely followed by Jersey, Valencia, Falmouth, Isle of Man, Hastings, Eastbourne, Ply- mouth, Blackpool and Dublin in the order given. The other stations of the meteorological office num- bering altogether near forty, fall further and further behind, the rear being brought up with Glasgow, London and Glencarvon in the order given. Yours, &c., (Signed) R. SHEWARD, F.R.Met.Soc.
A gamekeeper, who was an original, and often expressed himself very incisively, being recently in the cover with a clergyman who invariably missed everything he aimed at, a pheasant got up, the parson blazed away, some feathers flew, and he exclaimed in a voice of natural exultation, "I hit him that time, Cox, and no mistake." The man's reply was characteristic: "Ah, sir, they will fly in to it sometimes." s
MRS. EMILY FELIZA JENKINS, WIDOW, DECEASED. PURSUANT to an Vet of P.^riiunent made and p»s$ed in the lVenty-nMiotnl ;»nd Twenty^hird years of the rei^n of Her pre-t-nt Majesty, cap. 35, intitllled "An Vet to turth. r nmend the Law of ^rbpefty and to r liev.- TI mtres" -Notice is Hereby Given, that all Creditors and persons having any claims or demands upon or against the estate of EMJLY FKLIZA 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 Mis 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 Lasoelles, of Narbortli, in the County of Pembroke, Solicitor, the Executrix and Executor therein named, on the 21st Jay of June, 1889, in the Principal Registry of the Probate Division of the High Court of -Tii-tir-), ar- hereby required to send in the particulars ot their claims and demands to the said Sophia Teresa Bashford and Arthur Hastings Lascellwi, 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. LASCETJjES, Of Narberth, Pembrokeshire, Solicitor to said Executrix and Executor. CARMARTHENSHIRE. PARISH OF MYDRIM. SALE OF AN IMPORTANT FREEHOLD ESTATE. MR. T. RULE OWEN WILL offer for Sale by Public Auction, at the IVY BOSH 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 Cwmpal's 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. MORRSSH ROT HERS, IRONMONGERS, Have just received a large consignment of FILTERS by some of the best Makers, and are now selling at very low prices. DOULTON'S New Patent CARBON FILTERS. O.A.eo. Silicated CARBON FILTERS; Maignen's "FiLTRE RAPIDE," and all sizes of Glass TABLE FILTERS. "DOULTON" WARE AND "TOBY" JUGS. FISHING TACKLE! FISHING TACKLE! I Trolling and other Rods. The "celebra ted "Phantom" Minnow, Sand Eel and Spinning Baits, Gut Traces, Treble Hooks, Lines, &c. Nottingham and Brass Reels. Hand Lines fitted for Rod and Pier Fishing. Cash Discount of 10 per cent. Sheffield House, Tenby. THREE well bred Field SPANIEL PUPS for Sale, cheap. Liver and white. Apply F. JONJBS LLOYD, Victoria Street, Tenby.
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