r——G.W.R.——I EXCURSIONS. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. DAY TRIP to SWANSEA and CARDIFF. Leave Neyland 6.15 a.m., Milford Haven 6.10, Haverfordwest 6.35, Fishguard and Good- wick 5.40, Pembroke-Dock 6.0. Pembroke 6.5, Tenby 6.30, Whitland 7.20, Cardigan 5.10, Lampeter 6.5, Newcastle Enilyn 6.30, Llandyesil 6.45, Pencader 6.55 a.m. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. HALF-DAY TRIP to SWANSEA. Leave Ney- land 12.5 p.m., Milford Haven 12.5, Haver- fordwest 12.30, Pembroke-Dock 11.35 a.m., Pembroke 11.40, Tenby 12.15 p.m., Whitland 1.0 p.m. RETURN 11.15 p.m. MONDAY NIGHT, SEPTEMBER 20. To LONDON, for 1 or 2 daysDay Fare Neyland dep. 7.40 p.m. Milford Haven 7.25 Haverfordwest 8.5 Fishguard & Goodwick „ 7.30 I 11/ft Pembroke-Dock 7.40 j Pembroke 7.45 Tenby 8.15 Cardigan 5.35 „ j Whitland 8.55 10/- For details see Bills, or send post-card to Stations or Offices. SIGHT-SEEING MOTOR CAR TOUR ROUND LONDON every TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY from PADDINGTON STATION at 10.30 a.m. and 2.30 p.m., visiting principal places of interest. FARE 4/ JAMES C. INGLIS, General Manager. G 9527. DE VALENCE GARDENS, TENBY. Proprietor Mr. GEO. CHIUS Managers Messrs. BARING BROS. Acting Manager (for Mr Sydney James) Mr E. W. JAMES TO-NIGHT at 8. "0 Matinees Wednesday and Saturday at 3.30 p.m. "THE ST1NGAREES." NEXT WEEK- "THE SABOTS." The great London Success, including Mr WALTER WALTERS, the celebrated Comedian. Prices—Is., 6d., and 3d. Seats Reserved at the Box Office at the Gardens. 10 a.m. till 1 p.m., and 2 till 6 p.m. Afternoon Teat. — Light Evening Refreshments. Gardens open daily from 10 a.m. till 10 p.m. ARMY CONTRACTS. CEALED Tenders for BARRACK SERVICES (com- prising Washing and Repairing Bedding, Re- moval of Ashes and Rubbish, and Deodorising and Emptying of Privies and Dry Earth Closets), for the period of three years, from 1st October, 1909, at Pembroke-Dock, Penally, and Milford Haven Forts, will be received at the undermentioned office, until 12 o'clock noon, on WEDNESDAY, the 15th September, 1909, for Washing and Repairing Bedding, and FRIDAY, the 17th September, 1909, for the other Sanitary Services. Forms of Tender and all information may be obtained on application to the District Barrack Officer, Western Command, Chester. Head Quarter Office, Chester, September, 1909. COUNTY SCHOOL, TENBY. HEAD MASTER: J. W. B. ADAMS. M.A. (Oxon.), B.A. (London). THE School RE-OPENS on TUESDAY, Sept. -i- 14th. All Fees payable in advance through the Head Master, from whom Prospectuses may be obtained. The Head Master will be glad to see parents of scholars on the 11th inst. EVENING ART CLASS will be Re-commenced on WEDNESBAY, September 15, 1909. T. M. EASTLAKE, Clerk to Governors. Picton Road, Tenby, September. 1, 1909. ROBERT NICHOLLS, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Tailor and Outfitter, WESTGATE HOUSE (near Five Arches), TENBY. Tailoring in the most Fashionable Styles and Materials by Experienced Cutters and qualified Workmen. Suits, Overcoats, Costumes, etc., at Moderate Prices. NEWEST PATTERNS IN STOCK. ESTABLISHED OVER THIRTY YEARS. RABAIOTTI BROS., 4, ST. JULIAN STREET, TENBY. ICE CREAM & CONFECTIONERY. ICE CREAM warranted Pure by Analyst's Certificate. Supplied to Schools, Dances, Parties and Private Houses, in Moulds. Price—1/- to 4/ All kinds of FRUIT WINES and MINERAL WATERS Stocked. EDWIN LLOYD, Ironmonger and Builders' Merchant. SOLE AGENT FOR CARSONS' MURALINE AND CELEBRATED OIL PAINTS. ALSO FOR WARD'S WELL-KNOWN GARDEN AND AGRICULTURAL SEEDS. Agent for the South Wales Port/and Cement (Used by H.M. Government); PURIMACHOS FIRE CEMENT; AND THE BEST MAKERS Of SHEFFIELD CUTLERY & TOOLS. The large and varied Stock includes FISHING- TAOKLE, LAWN MOWERS, GARDEN IMPLEMENTS. HANDY WEEK-END CASES, DRESS BASKETS, TRUNKS. BEDSTEADS, A SIXPENNY BAZAAR, And almost every Household Requisite. Royal Daylight Petroleum and Incandescent Cas Mantles always in Stock. Experienced Workmen engaged on the Premises. TELEPHONE No. 15. CASH ACCOMMODATION— £ 10 to £1000. Interest 2/6 in the £ for agreed period. W. JACKSON, 7, St. Mark's Terrace, Wrexham. 1-0R SALE,—First-class TREADLE LATHE, with -1 overhead gear. complete range of expensive attachments, Spring Chucks, Slides, Elliptical and Figure-turning Chucks. Compound Rest, etc., etc. Cost over JE50. Price £7 10s. the lot.—Can be seen on application at F. B. MASON'S Furniture Rooms, St. Julian Street, Tenby. BANGESTON, NEAR PEMBROKE. Sale of surplus Household Furniture, Harness, Saddles, Garden Crop, Tools, Flowers and Plants in pots, Rolls of Wire Netting, Boat, Oars and Gear, a quantity of Chickens, Ducks, and a large assemblage of Miscellaneous Sundries. MR. FRANK B. MASON Is instructed by Colonel HOLFORD WALKER, who is leaving Bangeston, to Sell by Public Auction, on the Premises, on SATURDAY, September 11th, 1909, A large quantity of Surplus HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Including Easy and other Chairs; Tables; Cup- boards Pictures Carpets Fenders; Fire-irons; BRASS AND IRON BEDSTEADS; Bedding; Satin Walnut BEDROOM SUITE, comprising Wardrobe, 4ft., pair Toilet Tables and Chairs; A 6ft. POLISHED ASH WARDROBE; several small Suites Painted and Grained in Oak; Chests of Drawers Chairs Store Cupboards Curtains; Table Covers, etc. DINNER, TEA AND BREAKFAST SERVICES. Table Glass; Crockery; Cooking Utensils, and Sundries. Set of Single Harness; Saddles; BridlesCorn Chest; Lock-up Oil Cistern. FLOWERS AND PLANTS IN POTS. Quantity of Fruit, Potatoes and Vegetables. Garden Tools, Wheelbarrows, Rolls of Wire Netting, Flower Boxes. A good- BOAT, with SAILS, PADDLES and GEAR. LIVE CHICKENS and DUCKS. ) MISCELLANEOUS SUNDRIES. TERMS CASH. Sale to commence at 1.30 p.m. Goods on view day previous and Morning of Sale. Auction Offices-St. Julian Street, Tenby, August 28th, 1909. PUBLIC HALL, TENBY. Sale of Household Furniture, Bridles. Harness, Bicycles for adults and children, removed from Roseraount and other places for convenience of sale. MR. FRANK B. MASON Will Sell by Auction, in the above Hall, on WEDNESDAY, September 15, 1909, A large quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Complete Double Set of Black Harness, plated mounts; Single Set of ditto; quantity of Bridles and Bits; Horse Clothing; Stirrup Irons Chaff Cutter; a Lady's Saddle, in good condition, by Oldacre, London Patent Stirrups; FOUR WHEEL DOG-CART PHAETON; EIGHT ROYAL BICYCLES, Ladies' Gentlemen's and Children's sizes. Quite new and guaranteed for two years. GOOD MANGLE. Numerous Lots of RARE and Cumous ARTICLES from CHINA and JAPAN. PIANO (by D'Alniaine, of New Bond Street). TERMS CASH. Goods on view day previous and morning of Sale. Admission to Auction Sale SIXPENCE, which is credited to all purchasers. Sale to commence at Tico p.m. prompt. Auction Offices-St. Julian Street. Tenbv. PASKESTON, NEAR PEMBROKE. A highly important and absolutely Unreserved Sale of the good and substantial appointments of the above Country Residence. MR. E. GLOVER THOMAS IS favoured with instructions from the Executors of the late H. G. ALL*N, Esq.. K.C., to Sell by Public Auction, at PASKESTON HOUSE, on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, the 22nd and 23rd days of SEPTEMBER, 1909, the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE PIANOFORTE, PICTURES, GLASS, CHINA, BOOKS, And other choice Effects of this well-furnished Residence, including the contents of DRAWING-ROOM, DINING-ROOM, LIBRARY, HALL, SMOKING ROOM, SIX BEDROOMS AND DRESSING-ROOMS, SERVANTS' BEDROOMS, HOUSEKEEPER'S ROOM, SERVANTS' HALL, KITCHEN, SCULLERY, ETC. The Sale tc commence each day at 12 o'clock punctually. Goods on view Monday and Tuesday, September 20th and 21st. from 11 a.m. till 4 p.m. TERMS—CASH. The Auctioneer wishes to point out that the whole of the above Effects are in good condition, and the Sale affords an exceptional opportunity of obtaining good and substantial Furniture under circumstances that make the Sale a totally unreserved one. Paskeston is situated adjoining the Main Road from Pembroke-Dock to Carmarthen, and within easy distance of Pembroke Railway Station. For further particulars and Catalogues apply to the Auctioneer or to MESSRS. STOKES & STOKES, Solicitors, Tenby. Auctioneer's Offices, Tenby, 1st September, 1909. E. R. ZBMMI- DOCK-YARD, PEMBROKE-DOCK. BOWLING BROTHERS Will offer for Sale by Public Auction, at the above Yard (by Order of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty), On MONDAY, September 20, 1909, At 12 o'clock precisely, a large quantity of OFFAL TIMBER, FIREWOOD, ETC., ETC., Consisting of Teak Plank, Boards, Edgings, Slab, Offal, Hornbeam Thickstuff, Beach Plank, Dantzig Fir Thickstuff Shorts, Fir Slabs, Elm of sorts, Pitch Pine Offal. Pitch Pine Slab, Fir and Pine Offal, Oak Offal, Blocks, Wood, Paving old, Firewood, Paper- stuff. Catalogues may be had on application to the Auc- tioneers, 17, Commercial Row, Pembroke-Dock and at the Dock-yard. N.B.—Only British subjects will be admitted to the Sale. FOR SALE,—Several well-bred WELSH COBS and Jf PONIES, some of which have won many Prizes. Apply to E. F. WALL, Clifton Rock, Tenby. MARSTON'S, 24, Bradford Street, Birmingham. H-L Modern light Funeral stock, sale or hire, New and Second-hand, 50, low prices, easy terms, Hearses, Cars, Coaches, Brakes, Landaus, Hansoms, £20. Illustrated catalogues and prices free. FARMHOUSE APARTMENTS, with Shooting 1' and Fishing, near Tenby. Three Bedrooms, Drawing and Dining rooms, with attendance and good cooking. Terms moderate. Railway station —Pembroke 4 miles, Tenby 7 miles, Write Mr F. B. MASON, St. Julian Street, Tenby. TO Let, useful little COUNTRY COTTAGE, occupying elevated position, lj miles from and overlooking the town of Tenby. Contains 2 Sitting-rooms, 3 Bedrooms, useful Workshop; Flower and Kitchen Gardens, with small Paddock. Rent JB18 per annum. Immediate possession. Apply Mr F. B. MASON, House and Estate Agent, Tenby. rpO Let, SEMI-DETACHED COTTAGE, containing five JL Rooms and Scullery, small Greenhouse, good Garden on the outskirts of Tenby. Rent £12. Early possession. Apply Mr F. B. MASON, House and Estate Agent, Tenby. LEAFY LYTHAM.—A lovely place for a Lazy JL< Holiday. The Children'8 Paradise. South Aspect. Clean and safe Sands. Two-mile stretch of Grass Promenade. Charming surrounding Scenery. Seven miles from Blackpool.—Write for Apartment Advertising Terms to Times Office, Lytham. G.W.R. t EVERY FRIDAY nntil the end of September, LIMITED SPECIAL TOURS TO KILLALOE, KILLARNEY and KINGSTOWN, Including Return Ticket, Rail, Coaching & Steamer Trips & Hotel Accommodation | INCLUSIVE CHARGES ) Special Pamphlet, giving full details, at Stations and Offices. JAMES C. INGLIS, General Manager. G 8388. II DRESSMAKING = Of the HIGHEST CLASS is an important feature of our business, and our DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT is kept busy—yet such is its skill and such are its resources that it is "always equal to the severest emergency. This Department is under the charge of a first-rate Dressmaker of the highest expe- rience, and possesses special facilities for the production of Wedding Outfits, Bridal Dresses, Ball Qowns, etc., of the finest Style and Workmanship, and at the most Moderate Prices. We are Experts in the making of EVENING GOWNS in the newest modes. The new Autumn Materials are now on view. Over 1000 Patterns to select from. Our Value is great. Our Quality excellent. T. P. HUGHES, II High Street, TEN BY. LANGE'S TEETH. 13, HIGH STREET, TENBY (0v;rJ.«S°" ). HOURs-IO a.m. to 7 p.m. DAILY. The above Firm are prepared to undertake the making of all kinds of ARTIFICIAL TEETH at MODERATE PRICES. An inclusive Price given for all work previous to com- mencement. Extractions Free when mouth is being prepared for Artificial Teeth. Best Materials only. Cold Crown—Bar and Bridges; also Fillings and Stoppings at Moderate Charges. All communications to be made and addressed to 13, HICH STREET, TENBY. Painless Extractions. Thanking you in anticipation, and as- suring you we will do our best, We remain, yours faithfully, LANGE & YEOMANS. BRANCH ATTENDANCE AT PEMBROKE—Mr. Tracey, Jeweller, Main Street—Every THURSDAY from I to 6 p.m. SAUNDERSFOOT-Mrs. Robinson, 15, Rail- way Street—Every TUESDAY from I to 5.30 p.m. WHITLAND Mrs. Evans, Central House, St. John's Street—Every FRIDAY from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. MANCHESTER HOUSE, ST. GEORGE STRBKT, TENBY.—This old-established Drapery Busi- ness to Let as a going concern from June 24, 1909. For further particulars apply to Mrs T. H. THOMAS, Sparta House; or Mr F. B. MASON, House Agent, Tenby. TO Let, for September, FURNISHED HOUSE at JL Tenby. Near Station, Golf links and sea. Two Sitting-rooms, 4 Bedrooms, Bath (hot and cold). Terms moderate. Apply to Mr F. B. MASON, House and Estate Agent, Tenby. 21, VICTORIA STREET, TENBY.-To Let, Furnished. Contains 3 Sitting-rooms, 8 Bedrooms, Bath Room, and usual offices small Garden. Near Sea and Golf Links. Apply T. J. SMITH, 21, Victoria. Street, Tenby. APARTMENTS, facing Golf links and sea.— Apply GOODMAN, 8, Queen's Parade, Tenby. No. 6, BELLEVUE, TENBY.—This large and well Furnished House is to let on favourable terms to a desirable tenant. Just been redecorated and repaired. 'Contains 4 sitting-rooms, 15 bedrooms, bath-room (h. & c.), and usual offices. Splendid sea view over North Bay. Central position.—Apply F. B. MASON, House and Estate Agent, Tenby. TO Let, 2, ROSEMONT, SACNDERSFOOr. Well .i. Furnished Seven-room House—2 W.C.'s, good Garden and fruit trees. South aspect. Apply on the Premises. TO be Sold or Let, BRISBANE HOUSE, Warren Street, Tenby. Contains 5 Bedrooms, 2 Sitting- rooms, Kitchen, Bath-room (h. and c,), and usual offices. Possession on the 29th September, 1909. Apply W. H. PHILLIPS, Bryn Glas, Warren Street. Tenby. TO Let, SUFFOLK COTTAGE, Church Park, Tenby, containing Dining, Drawing, and three Bed- rooms, Bath (h. and c.), W.C., and usual offices. Possession can be obtained from September 29th. Apply 25, Trafalgar Road, Tenby. HOUSE to Let, from September 29th, 1909, JLJL 3, PICTON ROAD. Rent £18. Apply LLOTD, Ironmonger, Frog Street, Tenby. CARETAKER Wanted for Cottage at Coppet Hall, Saundersfoot. Cleaning of Rooms and a little plain cooking for one person. Post suitable for widow and daughter, or married couple without children. For particulars apply H. C. LEWIS, Hean Castle, Saundersfoot. YOUNG LADY wishes for employment. Age 20. JL Quick with needle, etc. Willing to make herself useful indoors or out. Good references. Write G. DAVIES, 6, Norton, Tenby. DRAPERY.—Young Lady APPRENTICES Wanted for Fancy Department and Show-rooms. T. P. HUGHES, High Street, Tenby. I The BELGRAVE HOTEL, Esplanade, Teuby, is now open with every convenience aud accom- modation for visitors. W. IVY GIBBS (Late W. LEWIS). EVERY DEPARTMENT is RIGHT UP-TO-DATE WITH NEW EXCLUSIVE AND BEST Manufacturers' v Goods only. We hold a large Stock of REAL WELSH COSTUME Flannels, Tweeds, Turnovers, Shawls, Specially manufactured for us and to own designs. Special arrangements have been made for a quick return of any Visitors' Goods intrusted to us for Cleaning and Dying. Sole Ageqt E ■ Prompt for 1 Dispatch J PERTH P Tenby and lJ)YE l District. a quick returr\. — OLDEST and BEST. — MILFORD HOUSE, THE nsroiR/ronsr, TENBY.
LIST OF VISITORS. RECENT ARRIVALS. Axtell, Mr, Mrs and family, Bristol.23 Culver park Allen, Miss J., London Bridge house Allen, Mr J., London Bridge house Ashill, Miss Maggie, Mountain Aah.Stretton house Aston, Miss, Broseley 21 Victoria street Brown, Mr D. J., Glyn-Neath Southsea house Bird, Mr, Mrs and family, Biomsgrove Belmont house Bleach, Mr and Mrs, Berkhamstead 21 Victoria street Bleach, Mr Wilfred, Berkhamstead.21 Victoria street Bleach, Mr J., Berkhamstead 21 Victoria street Barker, Miss, Cradley Heath Glenroyd Barker, Miss, Hagley Glenroyd Bloxam, Miss, Edgbaston Glenroyd Barrett, Mr F. C. W., London Elm Tree house Bush, Miss, Langport Clarence house Bremner, Miss, Huish Clarence house Carter, Miss M., Bombay 1 Sparta houses Cresswell, Mr F. W., Bombay 1 Sparta houses Cook, Miss, Cardiff Troy house Collings, Mr H. M., London Elm Tree house Crooke, Mr W., Mrs and family, Cheltenham 1 Rockville Chamberlain, Mr, Mrs and family, Stroud 24 Victoria street Cox, Mr, London Woodbine cottage Cope, Mr and Mrs W., Eveaham Glencoe cottage Cope, Miss, Evesham Glencoe cottage Castle, Mr and Mrs Michael, Eastbourne Rose cottage Carter, Mr aftl Mrs A., Edgbaston 1 St. Catherine's terrace Corner, Mr and Mrs E., Bristol 2 St Catherine's terrace Corner, Mrs, Bristol 2 St Catherine's terrace Drury, Mr, Mrs and family, Bromsgrove South Cliff house Dimond, Mr and Mrs, Cardiff 2 Somerset houses Dodgson, Miss, London 6 Norton Dodgson, Mr, London 6 Norton Davies, Mr, Cross Keys, Tredegar Abbeville Day, Miss, Llandaff 29 Harries street Dames, Mr, Mrs and family St. Agatha's house Dennis, Mr, London Elm Tree house Davies, Miss, Cheltenham Redlands Evans, Miss, Bromsgrove Belmont house Fleuret, Miss, West Ealing 7 Harding villas Griffiths, Mrs, Cross Keys, Tredegar Abbeville Gethin, Captain and Mrs, Chester 3 St. Julian terrace Goschen, The Hon. Beatrice, Ireland.Stanley house Goschen, The Hon. Fanny, Ireland Stanley house Gwyn, Mr and Mrs, Monmouth Palestine house Gwilliam, Mr, Mrs and family, Bristol 1 Avondale villas Gwilliam, Master Jack, Bristol 1 Avondale villas Hartnoll, Mrs and Mias, London Holmlea Hartshorne, Mr and Mrs, The Lea, Benthall, Salop 21 Victoria street Hartshorne, Mr and Mrs E. R., Broseley 21 Victoria street Hardcastle, Mr Edmund H., Tenterden, Kent Giltar house Hardcastle, Miss E., Tenterden, Kent.Giltar house Howard, Mr F. T., Mrs and family, Bedford. Elmbrae Harding, Mr Reginald, Mrs and family, Monmouth 2 St. Catherine's terrace Humphreys, Mr and Mrs, Stroud 2 Picton villas Humphreys, Master, Stroud 2 Picton villas Hewitt, Miss, America Devonshire house Hoffman, Master Billy, America.Devonshire house Hawkins, Mr. London Woodbine cottage Humphries, Mr and Mrs A. C., The Knowle, Jack- field, Shropshire Tudor cottage Harris, Mr, Mrs, Master and maid, Shrewsbury South Cliff house James, Miss. London Bridge house Jordan, Major and Mrs, Alcester Palestine house Jones, Mr and Mrs Albert, Sheffield 2 Olive buildings Jones, Miss, Sheffield 2 Olive buildings Johnson. Mrs W., Cheltenham 20 Norton Johnson, Master. Cheltenham 20 Norton Jenning, Miss, Worthing 5 Bellevue Keep, Mr C. E., Mrs and family, Edgbaston 1 Gunfort Keigbtley, the Misse3 (2), Manchester.Stanley house Lucas, Miss, Westcliff-on-Sea 7 Harding villas Lavender, Mrs, Stourbridge Troy house Lavender, Miss and Miss W., Stourbridge. Troy house Mainwaring, the Misses (2), Hereford Eladale Maddocks. the Misses (2), Cardigan 2 Albert view Mitchell, Mr and Mrs, Worthing 5 Bellevue Matin, Mr, Mrs and family, Newport, Mon. Albion hotel Miller, Mr Hubert, Mrs and family, Bowdon Clement dale Morgan, Miss, Llandaff 29 Harries street Mcyler, Mr and Mrs, Geneva, Ohio, U.S.A. Llanstephan villa May, Mrs, Langport Clarence house Michell, Mrs, Huish Clarence house Ollis, Miss, Bitton, Bristol 1 Rock terrace Parker, Mr A. F., London Elm Tree house Powell, Mr, Mrs and Miss, Birmingham. Lianboidy Prail, Miss, Harlow, Essex Clarence house Reid, Miss, Boulston Steer, Miss, Loughborough Rhos cottage Shrubsole, Mr, Mrs, children and nurse, Newport 1 Sparta houses Shrubsole, Mrs, senr., Leytonstone.l Sparta houses Smith, Mr, Mrs and family, Newport, Mon. 2 Sparta houses Spencer, Mr F. W., Mrs and family, Newport, Mon. 2 Sparta houses Summers, Mr, London 2 South Cliff street Sanders, Mr and Mrs, Cardiff Newport house Sheldon, Miss Annie, Mountain Ash.Stretton house Turk, Mr and Mrs. Worcester 16 Warren street Thomas, Mrs and family, London ..2 Harding villas Thomas, Mr and Mrs, Radyr Malden house Thomas, Mr and Mrs J. D., 'Plasmarl, Landore Kenchester cottage Taylor, Miss, Broseley 21 Victoria street Torrance, Mr and Mrs Roland, Bitton, Bristol 1 Rock tsrrace Voyle, Miss C., Newport, Mon. Albion hotel Voyle, Miss Adela, Newport, Mon. Albion hotel Williams, Miss, Cardiff Troy houia Wane, Mrs and Miss, London Worcester house Whatley, Mr, Cheltenham Redlands Wilkins, Mr and Mrs, Swansea 6 High street n_ Wilkins, Miss, Swansea 6 High street Whittaker, Mrs, Hove, Sussex Llanstephan villa Windett, Mr A. V., London Elm Tree house Yorke, Mr Thomas, West Bromwich 2 Fleming houses Yorke, Mrs, West Bromwich 2 Fleming houses Belgrave Hotel.-Mr I. Jones, Mr G. Jones, Car- marthen Miss Longford, London Mr and Mrs Elliot and family (6), Birmingham; the Misses Marment (2), Cardiff; Mr and Mrs Carter, London Mrs Huxtable, the Misses Huxtable (2), Swansea. Cawdor House Boarding Establishment. — The Misses Warden, Edgbaston; Professor and Mrs Duff, Miss and Master Duff, -NewcastIe'on-Tyne Mrs Imlay, Aberdeen; Mrs Peake, the Misses Lyons, London; Miss Walker, Cheltenham Mr Duckworth, King's Norton Dr. Carden, Cheltenham Mr and Mrs Parrott, Miss Parrott, Miss Taylor, King's Norton Mr and Mrs Trevor, London Mr and Mrs Brazier, the Misses Brazier (5), Bromsgrove. Ethelstone House (7, Esplanade). Mr Herbert Jones, Mr H. Oakes Jones, Mr and Mrs L. L. Jones, Mr Hugh V. Jones, Kensington, London; Mr and Mrs G. A. Western, Miss E. G. Western, Miss E. O. Western, Shortlands, Kent; Dr. and Mrs G. T. Western, Portman Square, London; Mr and Mrs Purcell, Master Pierce Purcell and nurse, Miss Purcell, Mallow, co. Cork. Kent House Boarding Establishment.—Mr and Mrs Williams, Miss and Master Williams and nurse, Bridgend; Mr Wrightson, London. [For other Visitors see Page 4.]
ARTHUR SQUIBBS, PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTIST, (Near the RAILWAY STATION,) TENBY. KODAK'S AGENT. — Amateur Photo- graphers will find all their require- ments here. DEVELOPING and PRINTING given prompt attention. Free Instructions to purchasers of Cameras. WINSOR and NEWTON'S AGENT.— Artists' Materials of every description. All Colours stocked. VIEWS OF THE DISTRICT.-A large variety to choose from. PORTRAITS.-I spare no trouble to ob- tain a pretty pictuie and a good Jikeness. Pembrokeshire Royal Garrison Artillery- TERRITORIAL FORCE. Colonel R. V. LLOYD-PHILIPPS, Commanding. No. 2 COMPANY ORDERS (SAUNDERSFOOT AND TENBY). AnKuat 28th, 1909. Officer on duty-Captain E. A. Forbes. Orderlies-Sergeant F. Richards, Corporal J. W. J. Davies. Next for Duty. Orderlies-Sergeant E. James, Corporal O. Bancroft. DRILLS FOR ENSUING WEEK: TUESDAY-At Tenby, Morse Signalling Class and Gun Laying, 7.30 p.m. WEDNESDAY At Saundersfoot, Morse Signalling Class and Gun Laying and 4.7 Gun Drill, 7 p.m. SATUHUAY—Signalling Class and Gun Drill, 6 p.m. Notcs.-Members are requested to bring in at once all Equipment for Inspection by the Adjutant Black bags, bracers, belt, great coat, straps, water bottler, carriers, canteens and haversacks. Young men of good character wishing to join the Company may do so at the Drill Hall on the evening for which drills are called. Height—5ft. 6in. Age—17 to 35. (Signed) E. A. FORBES, Captain, Commanding No. 2 Company Pem. R.G.A. (T.F.)
iJtrtfjg, Carriages, anb Dtatb15. MARRIED. DEANE—MORRISON.—On August 26th, at St. Jude's, S. Kensington, by the Rev. W. A. Cavalier, Harry Francis Evelyn, youngest son of the late John Conlon Deane, J.P., of Ummera, Co. Cork, to Patricia Augusta, daughter of the late Robert Morrison, formerly of Church Park, Oystermouth, Glamorganshire. DIED. HALE.-On the 2nd inst., at 22, Trafalgar Road, Tenby, Thomas Frederick Hale, aged 23 t years.
NOTICE. When events are advertised in the Tenby Observer, or the printing has been done at these offices, announcements in this column are inserted free in all other cases a uniform rate of sixpence per line per in- sertion is charged.
LOCAL SIFTINGS. io. f————————— For August Tenby enjoyed 230.8 hours of 11 sunshine, while the rainfall was 3.21 inches.
The Tenby County School will re-open for the autrnnn term next Tuesday.
Mrs Bowen Woosnam has taken" Cliffside," Sutton Street, Tenby, for the winter months.
The Bible Class at the Seamen's Rooms will re-assemble next Sunday afternoon at two o'clock.
Mr Keyworth Willians, son of the pastor, the Rev. J. Lloyd Williams, B.A., will preach at the Tenby Congregational Church next Sunday.
The Stingarees" are this week appearing at the De Valence Gardens, Tenby, and will be followed next week by "The Sabots." 0 40
Colonel and Mrs Laurie will take up their residence at "Hazel well," South Cliff Gardens, Tenby, from the 15th instant.
Messrs. Bowling Brothers, auctioneers, Pem- broke-Dock, announce an important sale at the Dock-yard on Monday, September 20th. For particulars see advertisement.
A scholar attending the Ten by County School, Thomas G. Husband, son of Mr W. Husband, plumber, has just passed the Matriculation Examination of the University of London.
The prize offered by Lady St. Davids to the scholar of the Tenby County School producing the best essay, has been divided between Muriel Oldfield, and Alice Davies.
At Bangeston, near Pembroke, Mr Frank B. Mason will, next Saturday, conduct an impor- tant sale of furniture and other effects, full particulars of which appear in our advertise- ment columns.
Visitors to London for a few days will and excellent accommodation at the "NORFOLK SQUARE HOTEL," just opposite the arrival plat- form at Paddington Station. Moderate Tariff. Porter.
We would call special attention to the various excursions which the Great Western Railway Company announce from Tenby London, Swansea, and Cardiff being among the places advertised in another column of our present issue. We would call attention to the War Office advertisement which appears in another part of our present issue. ++*
From a correspondent who signs himself 44 Man on the Road," we have receired a chatty article on Tenby from a visitor's point of view, which we hope to tind room for next week.
Colonel and Mrs Lewes are leaving "Glen- wood," New Road, Tenby, at the end of this month, Mr and Mrs S. Stanley Hodgson having taken over their lease of the premises.
The War Office will at the end of the present month take over possession of that portion of Penally Burrows (including the Rifle Range) receutly purchased from the Picton Castle Estate.
Immediately after the wedding of Captain Gillson, of the Welch Regiment, to Miss Ethel Kenworthy, of No. 34, Victoria Street, Tenby, on September 22nd, a reception will be held at the Public Hall, Tenby.
Visitors to Llandrindod Wells should write for particulars to Miss HupST, "ROSSLARE," LLANDRINDOD WELLS. "Best position. Newly furnished. Every comfort. Terms very moderate.
In the recent Oxford senior local examina- tion, Madge Thomson, Muriel Oldfield, Rebecca John and Constance Yarrow, pupils at the Tenby County School, passed in the first divi- sion, while Gordon Williams, another scholar, obtained a place in the second division.
On Wednesday and Thursday, September 22nd and 23rd, Mr E. Glover Thomas, will offer for sale by public auction the contents of Pas- keston, near Pembroke, the residence of the late Mr Henry G. Allen, K.C. Particulars of the sale will be found in the advertisement which appears elsewhere.
At the last sitting of the Pembroke-Dock County Court, John Davies, of the Prince of Wales, Tenby, obtained judgment for £2 13s. (goods supplied and money lent) against Frank Collins, late landlord of the George Hotels Tenby, an order of half-a-crown a month being made.
Mr Alexander Burnes Holland, of Bank House, Tudor Square, Tenby, formerly of Cambridge Villa, Newport, Isle of Wight, who died on the 11th August last, aged 50 years, son of the late Major Edward Burnes Holland, R.E., left estate of the gross value of E4105 15s. 2d. with net personalty JB5976 15s. 4d., and probate of his will, dated July 8th, 1898, has been granted to his widow, Mrs Frances Anna Lucas Elizabeth Holland, to whom he left the whole of his estate absolutely.
Sergeant-Major Pearce, the founder and hon. instructor of the Haverfordwest Boys Brigade, has during the past fortnight made strenuous efforts to raise a section of boy scouts to be attached to the boys brigade. He has found, however, that it is impossible to equip boy scouts for less than 26s. a head, and as the boys whe desire to join are unable to defray the necessary expenses, the idea has had to be dropped. The Haverfordwest Boys Brigade is maintained entirely by voluntary effort, and Sergeant-Major Pearce feels unable to add to the present heavy expense of further outlay on boy scouts.
At the Haverfordwest Petty Sessions on Monday a fisherman named James Humphreys of Milford Haven and Ferryside, was sum- moned for attempting to board a train while in motion at the Haverfordwest Railway Station. Mr H. D. Williams, on behalt of the Railway Company, mentioned that on the departure of the up mail train on July 31st defendant, who wanted to leave the railway premises with the object of getting refreshments, attempted to board the train while in motion. The train was brought to a stop just as defendant fell between the footbaard and the platform. He narrowly escaped injuries of a very serious nature. A fine of 10s. and costs was imposed.
An interesting ceremony has just taken place at Hook, Pembrokeshire, where Mrs J. S. Roberts, of Little Milford, has cut the sod of a new pit which is being sunk by the Hook Colliery Company. In doing so, Mrs Roberts wished the' undertaking every success, and hoped it would be the means of greatly adding to the prosperity of the district. The new pit will be about 100 yards deep, and it is intended to work three seams—the ton, tumbling, and rock seams. It is situated on Mr J. F. Lort Phillips s estate, and work will be provided for a large number of men. It is expected that over 100 tons of coal culm will be produced daily, and shipped at the Hook wharf on the river Cleddau.
The death has taken place at Spring Gardens, Haverfordwest, of Mr Stephen Phillips, who was employed in the local paper mills for over 50 years. Mr Phillips, who had attained his 82nd birthday, was known as the "last of the. Haverfordwest paper makers." He enjoyed remarkably good health, and during half-a- century was absent from work for only a few months. Prior to the introduction of machinery he was for 13 years engaged in making paper by means of a hand sieve, and he produced the last hundredweight of paper manufactured by the Prendergast Mill before it was closed down some ten years ago. Deceased is survived by a widow, to whom he was married 59 years ago, and several children, who now live at Haver- fordwest, Cardiff, Bristol, and other places.
Sir George Armstrong, the prospective Con- servative candidate for the Pembroke Boroughs, speaking at Hakin, Milford, on Monday night, said if the Government had done its duty it would have had all important bearing in Pem- broke and Milford Haven. The extraordinary development of the German navy meant that in the event of a war the North Sea would be impassable for our mercantile marine. Conse- quently diverted trade would inevitably go chiefly to Liverpool and Bristol. Milford Haven was essentially the port which com- manded this district, and if the Government had done their duty during the past three years they would have gradually brought Pembroke into the position of a first class naval port in- stead of neglecting it as they had done.
A petition signed by 22 residents of Rhodiad a hamlet just outside St. David's, complaining of the water supply, was read at the last meeting of the Haverfordwest District Council. The petitioners pointed out that the only water available was obtained from the wells on the neighbouring farms, and there was a scarcity in these during the summer months. It was men- tioned that this matter had been before the Council on several previous occasions and re- ferred to the St. David's Parish Council, but the latter body had neglected to take action. A report of Dr. Walker, the medical officer of health, was read, recommending the sinking of a public well, and it was resolved to inform the Parish Council that unless they took action within a month, the District Council would take the matter into their own hands. m
A curious and we dare say unprecedented incident (says the SUllthWales Daily Netos) has occurred in Pembrokeshire. The managers of a group of schools have resolved to resign because the Education Committee have appointed a lady to a headship. The managers wisely point out that the objection is not to the lady herself, but to the system, and they revolt for principle's sake The lady is eminently qualified. She is a graduate of the Welsh University. But the managers hold that the school is such that a headmaster is necessary, and—here is the point, we think—4 they further think that there are reasons why their wishes in this matter should not be ignored.' That may be; but the Com- mittee is the best judge of that. The revolt of the managers does not really matter. Educa- tion will not suffer; nor is the world likely to come to an end 11