¡- SALE OF WORK. rpHERE will be a SALB of WORK, Flowers, China, X and Fancy Articles for the BENEFIT of S. WINIFRED'S HOME, on TUESDAY, Aug. 27th, in the ASSEMBLY ROOMS, From 2 to 7 o'clock. Entrance SIXPENCE. MR. W. T. BILL, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT, TENEY, 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. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. ON THURSDAY, August 22nd, an EXCURSION, for 8 or 15 days, to TAUNTON, Barnstaple, Exeter, Torquay, Plymouth, Penzance, and other Stations in the Wfest of England (by the new and direct route via the Severn Tunnel), will leave *New Milford at 8.50 a.m., *Johnston 9:0, *Haverfordwest 910, *Pembroke- Dock 7.55, *Pembroke 8.3, *Tenby 8 35, *Saundersfoot 8.44, *Narberth 9.5, *Whitland 9.45, *Carmarthen 10.5, and *Carmarthen Junction at 10.20 a.m. Also to Swansea, Merthyr, Cardiff, Bristol, Bath, &c.; for 2, 5, or 8 days. For full particulars see Special Bills. HY. LAMBERT, General Manager. FOUND, at Saundersfoot, a Black and Tan COLLIE- Owner may have the same on application to the Coachman at Coedrath. If not claimed within three days the Dog will be Sold. TO LET. — NEYLAND. — A comfortable Family Residence, containing ten rooms, Greenhouse, two W.C.'s, and a good supply of pure spring Water. The above is beautifully situated on the banks of Mil- ford Haven, within five minutes walk of the railway station and steam ferry. Inquire of F. TREWENT, Blenheim Place, Neyland. 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. A Cambridge Graduate, in mathematical honours is willing to take Holiday Pupils far a few hours daily. Apply B.A., Observer Office. _n 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. ilndian 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. s, Velveen Carpet Squares; a special make, worth the inspection of buyers; confined to me for Pem- brokeshire. ——— Agent for Messrs. Liberty & Co; LATEST NOVELTIESI J. E. ARNETT, (LATE MASOU) THE LIBRARY, Has just received a choice selection of ARTICLES PURCHASED IN LONDON. THE LIBRARY (IN CONNECTION WITH MUDIE) Is the largest and most comprehensive in Tenby. Many standard and favourite Works of Fiction have been added, and a constant supply is received of New and Important Works. All the best MAGAZINES and REVIEWS are in circulation. NON-SUBSCRIBERS CAN HAVE BOOKS BY THE VOLUME AT LOW RATES. ST. :[D_A_ rr LID'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. -r- 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. CASTLE HOTEL LIVERY STABLES. POST HORSES to ST. DAVID'S and all parts of the County. BLAND, Proprietor, Haverfordwest.
TENBY PROMENADE BAND. This Band will play as under during the week :— THURSDAY, August 15th-South Sande, 10.30 to 1; Evening, Croft, 7 to 9.30. FRIDAY, August 16th—Royal Lien Hotel, 9 to 10; South Sands, 11.30 to 1; Evening, Esplanade, 7 to 9.30. SATURDAY, August 17th—Tudor Square, entrance to Croft, 10.30 to 1; Evening, Castle Hill, 7 to 9.30. MONDAY, August 19th-Royal Gate House Hotel, 9to 10; South Sands, 11.30 to 1; Evening, Croft, 7 to 9.30. TUESDAY, August 20th—North Sands, 10.30 to 1; Evening, Esplanade, 7 to 9.30. WEDNESDAY, August 21st-Cobourg Hotel, 9 to 10; South Sands, 11.30 to I; Evening, Castle Hill, 7 to 9.30. THURSDAY, August 22nd-South Sands, 10.30 to 1; Evening, Croft, 7 to 9.30. R. J. H. PARKINSON, Hon. Sec.
S. MARY'S CHURCH, TENBY. SUNDAY, August 18th. Matins at 11.—Te Deum, Steggall in A; Hymns, 271, 337. Preacher-Rev Osborn B. Allen, M.A. Evensong at 6 p.m.-Serv,ice, King in F; Anthem, As pants the hart," (Spohr), followed by Like as the hart," (Noyello); Hymns, 175,365. Preacher —Rev G. E. Warlow. B.A. A. F. M. CUSTANCE, Organist fy Choirmaster.
RECENT ARRIVALS. I Armstrong, Mrs F J, London Devonshire house Winthrop, Miss A G, London Devonshire honse Burwash, Miss, Streatham, Surrey Osborne house Fletcher, Miss, Streatham, Surrey Osborne house Blake, Alderman, Lebanon, Ross 37 Victoria street Blake, Mrs Thomas, Lebanon, Ross.37 Victoria street Blake, Gordon Leominster, Esq, Lebanon, Ross 37 Victoria street Beckley, Mrs, London Elsdale house Beckley, Mrs James, London Elsdale house Currey, Mr and Mrs F W, Swindon 3 Picton road Sykes, Miss, Swindon 3 Picton road Andrews, Mr J and Master, Oxford 3 Picton road Hemsted, Mrs and Miss, Bath 3 Picton road Davis, Rev E and Mrs, Leominster Clovelly house Turner. Mr and Mrs F, Leominster Clovelly house Davis, Mr and Mrs J H and family, Birmingham Clovelly house Hinds, Mr and Mrs W, Birmingham Clovelly house Allen, Mr and Mrs Jeffrey, Rosemoor, Haverfordwest 10 Norton Andrews, Albion G Esq, Mrs and family, St Cuthbert's Lodge, Wells, Somersetshire 3 Rock houses Brown, Mrs Valentine, Cheltenham 13 Norton Baker, Mrs H D, Newport 2 Bellevue Baker, Miss and Miss Helen G. Newport 2 Bellevue Croome, Miss. Berkeley, Gloucester 2 Bellevue Dibsdall, Miss, Cotham, Bristol 2 Bellevue Croome, Miss Mary Albinia B, Banbury 2 Bellevue Campbell, Mrs, London 8 Bellevue Campbell, Miss and Miss Eveleen, London.8 Bellevue Bestic, Mr W B, London 8 Bellevue Denny, Mr and Mrs Edwin, and family, Streatham, Surrey Marlborough house Evers, Frank Esq and family, White Hall, Stourbridge Cawdor house Davies, W M Esq and family, Swansea.Cawdor house Kinderman, F Esq and Mrs, London Cawdor house Fry, T H Esq, Milford Haven White Hart hotel Fry, H J Esq, Milford Haven White Hart hotel Tovey, A A Esq, Newport, Mon White Hart hotel Fletcher, Mrs A P, Beaucliffe, Eccles Croft cottage Fletcher, the Misses, Beaucliffe, Eccles.Croft cottage Bowen, Colonel and Mrs, Southsea Croft cottage Grogan, E N Esq, Hyde Park, London 4 Bellevue Grogan, the Misses, Hyde Park, London 4 Bellevue Grindle, Mr, Mrs and family, Oxford 22 Norton Gwynn, Dr,Mrs & family, Hampstead.Farnham house Hinson, Mr and Mrs, New Ross, Ireland. Gower house Hinson, Miss, New Ross, Ireland Gower house Hann, Mr and Mrs Edmund M and family, Aberaman, Aberdare 4 St Julian terrace Brown, Mrs, Shildon, Darlington 4 St Julian terrace Home, Rev Frederick E, Mrs and family, Drinkstone Rectory, Suffolk 1 Somerset houses Hudd, Mr H, Clifton 7 Rook houses Hidley, Mr and Mrs Hall, Pontardawe 9 Bellevue Hopton, Mr J H, Birmingham 8 St John's hill Overs, Miss, Birmingham 8 St John's hill Harrison, J H Esq & family, Manchester.7 Esplanade Midwood, Mr and Mrs, Manchester 7 Esplanade Midwood, Master Eric, Manchester 7 Esplanade Bazley, Master Walter, Manchester 7 Esplanade James,S G Esq and family, Clifton.St Agatha's house Hillier, Mr and Mis Albert A, Bristol Elsdale house Hillier, the Misses (2), Bristol Elsdale house Hillier, Master Clifford Sholto, Bristol.Elsdale house Rogers, Miss, Bristo i Elsdale house Jackson, Mr and Mrs, Worcester 2 Napleton place Tadgell, Mr and Mrs, London 4 Picton road Page, Mr, London 4 Picton road Rawle, Mr and Mrs E J, Bayswater.Warburton house Lomax, Mrs, Brooklands,near Manchester.6 Esplanade Ellis, A A Esq and party. King's Norton.6 Esplanade Marriott, Mr and Mrs G H and family, Edgbaston 1 Ivy cottages Marshall, Miss, London 1 Croft terrace Marshall, Mr, London 1 Croft terrace Moreton, the Misses, Gloucester Elsdale house Lea, Miss, Gloucester Elsdale house Bircher, Miss, Cheltenham Elsdale house Marston, Mr and Mrs Alfred and family, Ludlow Woodbine cottage Procters, Mrs and family, Clifton 1 Lome houses Price, C W M Esq, Haverfordwest Battersea house Pryse, Miss, Gogerddan 2 Napleton place Guise, Miss E F, Boxwell Court, Gloucestershire 2 Napleton place Jordan, Miss, Pigeonsford 2 Napleton place Pemberton, Miss, Oxton, Birkenhead 1 Gunfort Rigby, Mr and Mrs J and family, The Rookery, Altrincham, Cheshire 5 St Julian terrace Hardy, Mrs and Miss, London 5 St Julian terrace Robinson, H Esq, Gloucester 2 Rock houses Crewe-Read, Mrs and Miss, London 10 Deer park Relton, Rev and Mrs, Worcester 6 Bellevue Stone, A W Esq and Mrs, Bath 1 Rock houses Lay, J W Esq and Miss, Ashburton 1 Rock houses Hailstone, Mrs and Miss, Cambridge 1 Rock houses Stokes. Mrs, Northampton 14 Warren street Souttar, Robinson Esq, B.A., Oxford 1 Kent houses Souttar, Mrs and family 1 Kent houses Stancomb, J P Esq, Trowbridge, Wilts 1 Esplanade Tayler, Mr, Trowbridge, Wilts 1 Esplanade Stancomb, Miss, Trowbridge, Wilts 1 Esplanade Thomas, Mrs, Glyfnant Valley Clareston villa Phillips, Miss, Whitland Clareston villa Thomas, Mr and Mrs J P, Edgbaston 1 Ivy cottages Thomas, Miss Laura, Edgbaston 1 Ivy cottages Thomas, Miss Mary, Edgbaston 1 Ivy cottages .Townshend, Mr and Mrs E, and family, Moseley, Birmingham 33 Victoria street Vassar-Smith, Mr, Mrs and family, Charlton Park, Cheltenham 3 Belmont Wateridge, Mr and Mrs F W, Shrewsbury t 5 St Julian terrace Wateridge, Miss, Shrewsbury 5 St Julian terrace Wiles, Mr & Mrs H, Wickwar, Gloucester 9 Esplanade Whiston, Mr and Mrs Harvey, Idridgehay, Derby St Julian house Whiston, Miss, Idridgehay, Derby St Julian house Whiston, Mr R, Idridgehay, Derby St Julian house Whiston, Mr A, Idridgehay, Derby St Julian house Wheeldon, Misses, Park Fields,Derby.St Julian house Willcocks, Mr, Mrs and family, Cheltenham Milford house Wathen, Mr and Mrs J Hancocke and family, Clifton 2 Ivy cottages Sheen, Mrs and children, Cardiff 2 Ivy cottages Lavington, Mr and Mrs Cyril and family, Clifton 5 High street Marshall, Rev C J, Mrs and family, Bengeo, Hertford 5 High street Wilson, Mr David, Caerswys, Montgomery.Black rock Wilson, Mr Thos, Caerswys, Montgomery.Black rock Bathurst, C Esq and family, Sydney Park, Gloucester- shire 2 Belmont Willesford, Mrs and Miss, Sydney Park. Gloucester- shire 2 Belmont Hilton, Rev F K, Ardingly Cottage, Hayward's Heath 1 North Cliff houses Hilton, W H Esq, The Castle, Durham 1 North Cliff houses Hilton, Mrs, 45 Upper Berkeley Street, Portman Square, London 1 North Cliff houses Moffat, Mrs, Liverpool 2 Rock houses Rfeil, John Esq, Croydon Palestine house Dennis, Rev & Mrs H Weeley & family, Blackheath Myrtle house Williams, Mr & Mrs Arnold E & family, Blackheath Myrtle house Kind, Miss, Miss F, Miss R, Miss J, Birmingham 33 Victoria street Polter, Master E, Buenos Ayres 33 Victoria street Polter, Master G, Buenos Ayres 33 Victoria street Bridgwater, Mrs, Birmingham Palestine house Bridgwater. Charles Esq,Birmingham.Palestine house Wythers, Miss, Handsworth, Staff North cliff house Wythers, Miss E and Miss F, Handsworth, Staff North Cliff house Cresswell, Miss Maud North Cliff house Wheeler, G E Esq, Tenbury 2 Frogmore villas Dovey, Mr and Mrs, Cardiff 16 Clareston road Grafton, Miss, London Mentmore house Jackson, Miss, London Mentmore house Prosser, Mrs, Malvern 16 Warren street Prosser, Mrs T & Master R, Worcester.16 Warren street Royal Gate House Hotel.-Mr and Mrs Goldstone, Bath; Mr and Mrs F Thornley King, Bath; Mr and Mrs Gill, Master and Miss Gill, Fallowfield, Manchester; Mrs Jobling, G C Jobling, Esq, Miss Jobling, Chelten- ham Miss Hilton, Manchester; L Jenkins, Esq, Dorset Regt; T Lowten Jenkins. Esq, Bengal Civil Service; Gilbert Lloyd Elliott, Esq, Dolhaidd; Mr and Mrs Waugh, St Leonards-on-Sea; Rear-Admiral Sir R M Molyneaux, Pinewood, Bagshot; Rev A and Mrs Lampen, C J Cornish Browne, Esq, The Worthys, Winchester; Mrs Edmondes, the Misses Edmondes (2), J Edmondes, Esq, Parog, Newport, Pem; Mr and Mrs H Gregory, Parkfield, Derby; W K Hilton, Esq, Durham; W F Howard, Esq, Eastbourne; C W Boase, Esq, F Boase, Esq, G C Boase, Esq, London; T B Woodward, Esq, Hardwick, Tewkesbury; R Aubrey Wood, Esq, Swansea; T N Joseph, Esq, W W Joseph, Esq, Swansea; Captain Lloyd, the P. A. Somerset Lt.; T E Harries, Esq, Cardiff; E David, Esq, St Fagans, Cardiff; the Hon Mrs Denman, Eaton Terrace, London; Mrs Tyzack, Miss Tyzack, Walter Tyzack, Esq, Abbey- dale, Sheffield; the Misses Barnaschone (2), H Bar- naschone Esq, Sheffield; Mr and Mrs Banbury, Brighton; Major Cockrane, Major Turnbull, Captain Teale, Shackesley, Esq, Jay, Esq, Trewithy, Esq, D.C.L.I., Pembroke-Dock; Taylor, Esq, Harper, Esq, Nowlan, Esq, Williams, Esq, Coffin, Esq, R.A., Pembroke-Dock; Cuthbert Lambton, Esq, Brownslade; Mrs Paul, Weston-super-Mare Louis R Smith, Esq, Percy Smith, Esq, Bath; L N Gooding, Esq, Cheltenham. Cobourg Hotel.-The Master of Elphinstone, W L Phillips, Esq, J Loit Phillips, Esq, Mr Richardson and Mr Allen, J Allen, Esq, Walter Allen, Esq, Miss Allen, Thos Blashill, Esq, and Mrs Blashill, Mr Cassel and friend, Mr and Mrs Pepper and family, H Player, Esq, W C Player, Esq, Ernest F Chamberlain, Esq, C F Chamberlain, Esq. Arthur Russell, Esq, William Trow, Esq. Mrs Trow, Mr D Phillips, Mr E Barret, Mr and Mrs Hussey, Mr E D Cropper, Mr Thos Hyde, Mr and Mrs Hill, Mr and Mrs F Ellis. Mr and Mrs Broughton and family, Mr D Morgan, Mr T M Price, Mr, Mrs and Master Colbourne, Mr Fenn, Mr Vevers, Rev Osbourg, Lieut-Colonel and Miss Ryan, Mr W Heath, Sir George Young, Bart, Mr and Mr George Young. Royal Lion Hotel.-The Rev Hon Sidney Meade and Mrs, the Misses Meade, Mr Meade, junior, Bradford- on-Avon; T Birchall, Esq, G Thompson, Esq, J Steel, yacht Neptune;" Mrs D'Arcy Hildyard, London; Mr T Williams, London Mrs Walter Abbey, W B T Abbey, Esq, Bath; Geo Thomas, Esq, W. Walters. Esq, Carmarthen; F Leigh, Esq, Gloucester; Mr and Mrs Reeves, Wimbledon; the Rev Arnold Taylor, Honiton; G Mead, Esq, A Mead, Esq, F Green, Esq, Cardiff; the Rev W E and Mrs Hewitt, Cork; Mr and Mrs Oswald Smith, Southport; Mrs H Fry and family, London.
LIST OF VISITORS. Ormond, Mrs, Narberth St Bride's Buckby, Miss, Narberth St Bride's Arthur, Mrs, London St Bride's Arthur, Mr Harry, London St Bride's James, Mr, Mrs and daughter, Birmingham. 16 Railway street Bainbridge, Col, Mrs & family, Cheltenham Monkstone view Crossley, Mr and Mrs W D, Epsom St Bride's hill Schofield, Miss, Headingly St Bride's hill Exton, Miss, Headingly St Bride's hill Barwell, Mrs and family, Wimpole Street, London Brynteg Bramwell, Dr, Mrs and family, Cheltenham Oakwood Allen, Mrs and family, Hereford Oakwood Disney, Mr and Mrs, London 2 Claremont villas And ride, Mr S, Highbury 2 Claremont villas Wilkinson, Mr A W, Bombay 2 Claremont villas Dixon, J S Esq and family, Merthyr Tydfil Saundersfoot Scott, Mrs and family, Merthyr Tydfil 6 Railway street Harris, Mrs, Merthyr Tydfil 6 Railway street Oliver, Mr and Mrs, Pembroke-Dook 9 Railway street Davies, Mr, Trevecca College 9 Railway street David, Miss, Swansea 9 Railway street Freize, Miss, Pembroke-Dock 9 Railway street Charles, Miss, Pembroke-Dock Saundersfoot Daniel, Mr and Mrs, Tredegar Saundersfoot John, Mr and Mrs, Merthyr Saundersfoot Freeman, Miss. Brecon Saundersfoot Howells, Mr John, Mrs & family, Hirwain.Royal oak cottage Jones, Miss, Hirwain Royal oak cottage Gwyther, Mr and Mrs, Sandford 2 Railway street Williams, T J Esq, Pembroke-Dock 2 Railway street Townson, Mrs and family, Liverpool 11 Railway street Manders, Mr and Mrs Horace and family, Yorktown Cambrian hotel Goode, Mrs, Yorktown Cambrian hotel Davis, General and Mrs Gronow and family, Clifton Cambrian hotel Jones, Miss, Bradford-on-Avon 2 Milford street Jones, the Misses, Cardiff 2 Milford street Gabriel. Miss, Cotham, Bristol 2 Milford street Dorey, Miss, Bramley, Leeds 2 Milford street Buckby, Mrs and family, The Grove 6 Milford row Rogers, Mr John & family (6), Merthyr Tydfil 4 Milford street Williams, Mr & Mrs J D & family, Merthyr Tydfil.Pen-y-dre Gunson, Miss, Merthyr Tydfil Pen-y-dre Browne, General, Mrs and family, Clifton Picton house Jackson, Mr and Mrs Walter, Brighton Picton house Jackson, Miss, Brighton Picton house Brown, Miss, Brighton Picton house Daniel, Mrs W L, Merthyr Tydfil 5 Milford terrace Daniel, Masters W L, Ernest, Ivor and Archibald, Carmarthen 5 Milford terrace Daniel, Miss Florence 1! Carmarthen 5 Milford terrace Browning, Colin A R Esq, C.I.E., London Woodbine cottage Browning, Mrs, London Woodbine cottage Browning, Mr C H, London Woodbine cottage Gibson, Miss, Dorsetshire Woodbine cottage Webb, Colonel and Mrs, Portsmouth 1 Picton terrace Lewis, Mr, Mrs and family, Narberth 3 Monkstone view Shepherd, Mr & Mrs W L & family, Clifton. Monkstone view Sykes, Major-General and family, Clifton 2 Southfield villas Clark, Mrs & the Misses Deacon, Shepherd's Bush.Craig-y-mor Clark, Mr G V D, Shepherd's Bush Craig-y-mor Clark, Mr A D, Shepherd's Bush Craig-y-mor Batten, Mr and Mrs H G, Dulwich, London Craig-y-mor Lemarchard, F Esq, Shepherd's Bush Craig-y-mor Dixon, C F L Esq, M.B., Cambridge Craig-y-mor
We are informed by the Band Committee that there is a very large deficiency in subscriptions toward the Band Fund. We hope therefore that residents and visitors will, without further solicita- tion, come forward and contribute, so as to enable the committee to retain the services of the Band, otherwise it must be dismissed at once, which would be a serious matter for the town, the season being now at its height. On Sunday next sermons will pe preached and collections made in the Parish Church on behalf of the Tenby Parochial Schools. The sermon in the morning will be preached by the Rev. W. Osborn B. Allen, M.A. and in the evening by the Rev. G. E. Warlow, B.A., curate of St. Mary's. 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. Our Baptist friends are surely very successful in securing the services of some of the finest preachers of England to their anniversary meetings, and Tenby people owe them something for bringing within their reach these eminent men. This year the preacher is the Rev. James Baillie, of Blooms- bury, London, the successor of the celebrated Revs. Dr. Brock and J. P. Chown, and is himself, though comparatively a young man, one of the most successful ministers and one of the most popular preachers in the Metropolis. Next Sunday Mr Baillie will preach at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. and on Tuesday evening he will deliver a lecture on "John Knox and Mary Queen of Scots," Entries for the Tenby Cycle Sports will remain open until to-morrow, the 16th inst. Full programmes of the Saundersfoot Regatta and Pony Races are issued, and may be obtained from the Hon. Secretaries, Mr A. P. Dawson, Coedrath; or Mr R. J. H. Fry, Craig-y-mor; Saundersfoot. ———— A full report of Mr Gerald Bowen's marriage with Miss K. R. Russell, will appear in our next. On Sunday next, the Rev. Joseph Rhodes, precentor of the Wesleyan Conference, will preach in the Wesleyan Chapel at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. During the service Mr Rhodes will sing a solo. The United Counties Hunters Show will take place at Carmarthen on Thursday next, when cheap railway tickets will be issued from all stations. We understand that nearly 150 Hunters have been entered and that no less than 16 are in for the jumping prizes, which will consist of jumps of all sorts. Those of our residents and visitors in want of a pleasant day's outing cannot do better than attend the show. ———— A marriage, by a Captain in the Salvation Army, is announced to take place in the Wesleyan Chapel on Saturday morning next. "The re-entry of the Waldensian Church and its Lessons," will be the subject of the Rev. B. Lewis's discourse at the Presbyterian Chapel next Sunday evening. On that day the bicentenary will be commemorated, and reference to the event made in all Presbyterian places of worship. Several of the prizes to be competed for at the forthcoming Tenby Cycle Club Sports, are on view in the window of Messrs J. Merriam and Son, High Street. Amongst the competitors will be W. H. Thomas, from the Cambridge University Athle- tic Club Mr W. B. Thomas of the Oxford Univer- sity Club; J. F. Willcox, champion of the West of England; and "Charles Touch," steeplechase champion. ————— The prizes in connection with the Lawn Tennis Tournament are on view in Mr James Truscott's window, High Street. We understand that the new wing of the Tenby Young Men's Christian Association will be opened at the latter end of this month.
SAILING MATCHES. On Friday last two sailing matches, confined to trawlers fishing at Tenby, took place, the money for prizes having been collected by Mr John Gifford, junior. The following was the result:— YAWL RIG.—1st, Smiling Morn (James, master); 2nd, Annie (Gempton); 3rd, Ethel (Gempton); 4th, Jubilee (Richards). CUTTER RIG.-Ist, True Love (Bray, master); 2nd, Gannet (Ware); 3rd, Providence (Kingdom) 4th, Rover (Lilycrop).
Mr Edward K. Groves of Bristol, will give an address in the Mission Hall this evening. Seats free. No collection. YACHT ARRIVALS.—Neptune, Southampton; May Flower, Ilfracombe; Hero, Ilfracombe; Vanessa, Swansea. MESSRS. ALLSOPPS, Limited, are now sending out, through their agent, Mr George Chiles, Wine Merchant, High Street, their March Brewings in 9 and 18 gall. casks from 9s. and upwards also their their Light Dinner Ale and India Pale in pints and half-pints, at 2s., 3s. and 4s. per doz., all in prime condition. Guinness's Stout in firkins and bottle; Sole Agent for the Bann Irish Whisky; Dunville and Kiinahan's Gordon and Smith's Glenlivet, Begg's Lochnager, Acker man Law- rence's Royal and Brut Royal Champagnes. Hen- nessy and Martell's Old Brandies. Sole Agent for Maxgregor's Carlowitz Clarets and Millar and Co.'s British Wines. PRESBYTERIAN CHAPKL.-On Sunday last the members of the Presbyterian Chapel commemorated their anniversary. The officiating minister was the Rev. J. Cynddylan clones, the pastor (Rev. B. Lewis) assisting. The fame of the preacher attracted good congregations morning and afternoon, and in the evening the building was crowded. The col- lections, we are informed, compare favourably with former years.