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MASON'S TENBY v GUIDES. I Established Half-a-Century. Prices from 3/- to 6d. Published at the Observer Office, and sold by all Local Booksellers.
BELCRAVE PRIVATE HOTEL, TEN BY. (TJITLICEUSED.) Situated on the Esplanade, overlooking the Golf Links. South Aspect. Replete with every comfort and convenience for Visitors. Large DINING and DRAWING ROOMS. GENTLEMEN'S LOUNGE. — Tariff from Manageress. —
TEN BY GOLF CLUB. THE Links on the BORROWS are open Daily frt>m 10 a.m. PRESIDENT-SIB C. E. G. PHILIPPS, BART. VICE-PRESIDENT MB. CLEMENT J. WILLIAMS. CAPTAIN-DR. C. MA.THIAS, COMMITTEE: CAPTAIN PLUMER, R.N. MR. L. MATHIAS-THOMAS. MB. W. MONTAGU LEEDS. MR. E. LAWFORD EVANS. MR. H. E. KENT. MR. H. ALLEN. HON. SECRETARY: MR. J. S. BROWN, 36, Victoria Street, Tenby. HON. TREAS.-MR. A. B. HOLLAND. GREEN-KEEPER AND PROFESSIONAL: W. COOMBES. GREEN COMMITTEE—Dr. C. Mathias, Captain Plumer, R.N., Mr. E. Lawford Evans, Mr. L. Mathias- Thomaa, HANDICAP COMMITTEE—Captain Plumer, R.N., Mr. W. Montagu Leeds, Mr. J. S. Brown. TENBY LAWN TENNIS CLUB. COMMITTEE T. D. S. CUNINGHAME, ESQ. H. W. CRAWFORD, ESQ. H. MONTAGU LEEDS, ESQ. R. LOCK, ESQ. SACKVILLE OWEN, EsQ. E. A. RIDSDALE, ESQ., M.P. COLONEL TROWER. HON. SEC. H. E. H. KENT, ESQ., Croft Cottage, Tenby. Subscriptions will be received by Mr JAMES, Chemist, Tudor Square, who will furnish copies of the Rules and all information required. Photography for Amateurs (NO FANCY PRICES). LARGE STOCK OF KODAK FILMS & CAMERAS At City Prices. Special Line in Cameras. 25/- ones for. 21/- 16/- „ for 12/6 Cameras from 5/- upwards. Full Instructions Free of Charge to pur- chasers, and use of Dark Room. Plates and Films Developed and Printed at half the usual prices. :A TRIAL SOLICITED. NOTE THE ADDRESS- A. LIVESEY, Photographic & Store Chemist, (Opposite the Market.) TENEY. A. W. RANDALL, MECHANICAL and MOTOR ENGINEER, "THE MOTOR HOUSE," WARREN STREET, TENBY. MOTORS FOR HIRE. All Sports Requisites stocked. Sole Pembrokeshire Stockist of Michelin Tyres. S* NAPIER* LATEST VULCANIZING PLANT. EVERYTHING FOR THE MOTORIST. MOTOR TVRES.-All the leading makes in Stock. Any make of Car supplied. GARAGE. Agent for Crossley's Gas and Oil Engines. GEORGE J. S. LYONS, Billposter, Advertising and Insurance Agent, SALTWOOD HOUSE, TENBY. BiUposting in Tenby and District. TERMS MODERATE. "Recollections of Old Tenby," Is. II St. David's and its Cathedral," 2s. Mason's Map of Tenby, 2d. Published at the Observer Office, and sold by all Local Booksellers. I ■ ■V j ¡ If you are looking for New Shapes in FELT or STRAW HATS. Smart TIES. Novelties in SHIRTS. Well-cut SUITS. SCHOOL OUTFITS, or Perfect Fitting Tailor-made COSTUMES, You may get one or all of these at j STEPHEN DAVIES'S, | 6, HIGH STREET, TENBY. TENBY DRAPERY STORES. For VALUE and ASSORTMENT. All Departments well represented. Drapery, Ladies' and Children's Underwear. MILLINERY, COSTUMES, HOSIERY, GLOVES, etc. Men's Outfitting, Hosiery, Hats, Ties, and Juvenile Clothing at [ m 2, LANCASTER BUILDINGS (opposite the Church). Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums, Travelling Baskets, UPHOLSTERY MATERIALS at 5, HIGH STREET. GEORGE LORD, TENBY. o ANGLO-BAVARIAN VIENNA. SYDNPY GOLD MEDAL EY AIiES A STOITTS IN ALL-SIZED CASKS. FROM 1/- PER GALLON. IN BOTTLES, FROM 3/- PER DOZ. PINTS. av i/9i „ PARIS. Brewery Shepton Mallet. MELBOURNE. Sole Agent: B. DAVIES, W. & A. GILBEY'S Wine and Spirit Agency, High Street, TENBY. WILFRED REES, 0 5 Ladies' and Gentlemen's Tailor, XORK HOUSE, TUDOR SQUARE, TENBY. WILFRED REES has just returned from LONDON with the Latest Styles and Cloths suitable for LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S WEAR. High=class TAILORING at Moderate Prices. A. COWTAN, ST. JULIAN STREET, TENBY, I PIANOFORTE and ORGAN DEALER, TTJUSTIEIR, & BBPAIE/ER. SOLE AGENT FOR DISTRICT- For COLLARD AND COLLARD, 1 J. BRINSMEAD, > H. J. HOPKINSON, And many Continental Makers of Pianos Pianos on 3 Tears' System from 10/- per Month, or Store Prices for Cash. Organs from 4/6 Monthly. Branch Businesses-High Street, Haverfordwest, & Dimond Street, Pembroke-Dock. J. E. ARNETT, THE LIBRARY AND STATIONERY STORES. This Central LIBRARY which Originated 100 years ago is The Largest and Best Equipped in The District. LOWEST TERMS by the VOLUME or SUBSCRIPTION. NEARLY 5000 VOLUMES TO SELECT FROM, Not Only THE BOOKS OF THE DAY but The Best Books by The Best Authors written during the past 50 Years. FULL PARTICULARS OF TERMS ON APPLICATION. Household and Society Stationery OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Special Series of Good Quality Writing Papers at Low Prices. DIE-STAMPING AT STORES PRICES Promptly Executed on the Premises in the Best Manner. zC20 TO £5000 ADVANCED BY Private Lender on simple Promissory Notes. No Bills of Sale taken and absolute privacy guaranteed. First letter of application receives prompt attention and intending borrowers are waited upon by a representative who is empowered to com- plete transaction on terms mutually arranged, no charge being made unless business actually completed. Special Quotations for short loans. Write in con- fidence to—C. WELLS, 16, Clare Street, Bristol. SERVANTS' REGISTRY. Apply to Miss MAY, Cheltenham House, Tudor Square, TENBY. Please enclose Stamp for reply.] GEORGE ACE, LTD., Cycle and Sports Goods Depot. Splendid Stock of Newest High Grade Cycles, from £3 19s. 9d. to JE22. Ace 2 speed gear, R6 10s.-unlimited guarantee. Ace 3 speed gear, L7 10s. Humbert, Rudge-Whitworths, Centaurs, Triumphs, Swifts, JJ Singers. EASY PAYMENTS ARRANGED. Large Stock of Shop-soiled RALEIGHS to be disposed of Cheaply. Golf, Tennis, Fishing, Shooting, Gramophones and Records, Sewing Machines, Mail Carts, Tents, etc. GEORGE ACE LTD,, WARREN STREET, TENBY. MORRIS BROS., FOR BEDSTEADS, SPRING, WOOL, and HAIR MATTRESSES, LINOLEUM, etc. Sheffield and Troy Houses. ¡ T. TUCKER, HAIR-DRESSER, FANCY DEALER AND TOBACCONIST, HIGH STEEET, TENEY, NEW GARDEN SEEDS (FLOWER and VEGETABLE). Guaranteed New and Best Quality. AT PALMER'S CASH STORES. The Delight of Feeling Fresh and "Fit" is one of the most desirable tning in life. How fine it is to walk with head erect, to feel the blood coursing freely through the veins, to have the glow of health in one's cheeks, bright eyes, and freedom from ache or pain It is good to be alive Given such a state of health, a man or woman can look out upon life and its work and pleasure with confidence. Work will be welcome, and no longer a drudgery; while pleasures can be enjoyed to the full capacity. There can be no buoyancy, however, without health, which, alas! many do not possess. Good Health Gonies after Using BEECHAM'S PILLS, a medicine of proved worth, as thousands can testify. These pills are specially prepared to counteract and remove all irregularities of the organs of assimilation and digestion-the seat of most of the ills that flesh is heir to." There never was a time like the present, when the hurry and worry of life was so great, and it is small wonder, therefore, if beneath the stress and strain of modern conditions the hardest worked organs of the body are the first to get out of order. A dose of BEECHAM'S PILLS will, however, speedily tone up the system. The periodical use of this well-tried medicine will obviate sick headache, biliousness, and other distressing results of irregular action of the stomach, bowels, liver, and kidneys. If you are wise you will never be without a box of BEECHAM'S PILLS. -i Sold everywhere in boxes, price is. lid. (56 pills) & 2S. gd. (168 pills) TENBY, South Wales THE COBOURC HOTEL. Facing the Sea. North Bay. LADIES' DRAWING ROOMS PRIVATE SITTING ROOMS. SMOKING ROOMS. EXCELLENT CUISINE. HOME COMFORTS MODERATE CHARGES. TERMS EN PENSION ON APPLICATION, Ten Minutes from Coif Links. Omnibus to all Trains. Mrs. J. B. HUGHES, Proprietress. Also at the Royal Station Hotel, BATH. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES, ABEttYSmtTH (ONE OF THE CONSTITUENT COLLEGES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WALES). Prcsident-THE RIGHT Hox. LORD RENDEL. Princlpal-T. F. ROBERTS, M.A. (OxoN.), LL.D. (VICT.). THE next Session begins on October 5th, 1909. JL A number of Entrance Scholarships and Exhi- bitions, open to both male and female candidates above the age of 16, are offered for Competition on TUESDAY. September 21st, 1909, and the following days. Students are prepared for Degrees in Arts, Science (including the applied Science of Agricul- ture), Law, and Music. Sessional Composition Fee, JBIC, with additional Laboratory Fees for Science Students. Registration Fee, JS1. Men students reside in registered lodgings in the town, or at the Men's Hostel—Warden :—Professor J. W. Marshall, M.A. Women students reside in the Alexandra Hall of Residence for Women—Warden: Miss E. A. Fewings.-For full particulars respecting the General Arts and Science Departments, the Law, Agriculture and Day Training Departments, the Department for the Training of Secondary Teachers, and the Hostels, apply to J. H. DA VIES, M.A., Registrar. To ARTISTS and PHOTOGRAPHERS. I PICTURES Mounted and Framed to Order in a Few Hours. F. BILLING, PICTURE FRAME MAKER and GILDER, BELLEVUE, TENBY. A few Choice Water Colour Drawings, By N. P. EVANS (Medallist., South Kensington) and Others—Framed from 15 upward. ARTIST MATERIALS. THE LARGEST STOCK IN TENBY OF LOCAL VIEW GOODS. A nice Selection of Better Class FANCY GOODS other than the Every Day type. EBONY CHINA LEATHER. — F. BILLING, Bellevue. — I SOUTHALLS' TOWELS STILL FURTHER IMPROVEMENTS, The Original and Best, an now aold in Packets containing half-dozen, size 1 at Sixpence. Also in Packets one dozen, as follows :-Size I. is.; Size 2, is. 6d. Sizp. 3 and 4 (differing in shape), as. by all Ladies' Outfitters, Chemists, &c., throughout the world. Local Agents: Drapers, Tenby— BATTEN, Mrs, White Lion Street. HUGHES, T. P., 12, High Street Chemist- FRANCIS, J. B., Store Chemist.