G.W.R. ] EXCURSIONS. MONDAY, SKPTIMBIR 20. DAT TBIP to SWANSEA, ROATH, NEWPORT and BRISTOL. L*S»ve Pembroke- Dock 6.0 a.m., Pembroke 6.5. Tenby 6.35, Whitland 7.15 a.m. FARB to Bristol, 6/ MONBAT NIGHT, SIPTEMBKR 27. To LONDON, for 1 or 2 days :— DAY Pare Nevland dtp, 7.40 P.M.^ Milford Haven 7.25 I Haverfordwest 8.5 I Haverfordwest 8.5 I Fishguard K Good wick 7.30 '„11/R Pembroke-Dock 7.4-0 'W Pembroke 7.45 Tenby 8.15 Cardigan 5.35 Pembroke It 7.45 Tenby 8.15 Cardigan 5.35 Whitland 8.55 10/- For details see Bills, or send post-card to Stations or Offices. JAMES C. INGLIS, General Manager. G 9713. DE VALENCE GARDENS, TENBY. Proprietor.Mr. Gxo. CHILBS Managers Messrs. BARING BROS. Acting Manager (for Mr Sydney James) Mr E. W. JAMES TO-NIGHT at 8. Matinees Wednesday and Saturday at 3.30 p.m. "THE SABOTS." NEXT WEEK- "THE DUTCH DROLLS." In their latest Successes. 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. TRUSCOTT, JEWELLER, etc., HIGH STREET, TENBY, announces his second annual end of season DISCOUNT SALE COMMENCING THURSDAY, Sept. 16th, and will continue for ONE MONTH only. His large and varied stock of CLOCKS, SILVER, ELECTRO PLATE, GOLD and SILVER WATCHES, JEWELLERY, etc., will be subject to a discount of 15 per cent. (3/- in the JE), the celebrated TENBY HOT WATER Juns excepted, which has always been sold at the lowest possible price. All Coods are marked in plain figures and subject to the above discount. AN INSPECTION IS INVITED. Thanking his numerous Customers for past favours and soliciting a continuance of same. Repairs of Every Description carried out on the premises. Sept. 16th, 1909. LANQE'S TEETH. 13, HIGH STREET, TENBY CTJhu™)- HOURS—10 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. ROBERT NICHOLLS, Ladies I and Gentlemen's Tailor and Outfitter, WESTGATE HOUSE (near Five Arches), TEHSTTBY. 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. 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 Portland Cement (Used by H.M. Government); PURIMACHOS FIRE CEMENT; AND THE BEST MAKERS OF SHEFFIELD CUTLERY & TOOLS. The large and varied Stock includes FISHING- TACKLE, 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. PASKESTON, NEAR PEMBROKE. k 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 Exeoutors of the late H. G. ALLEN, 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, 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. In the High Court of Justice, Chancery Division. Mr Justice SWINFKN EADT. DYER BENNET V. PHILLIPS, 1908, D 637. MR. JOSEPH STOWER (the person appointed by the Judge) will Sell by Auction, at the CENTRAL HALL, TENBT, on WEDNESDAY, the 13th October, 1909, at 3 o'clock p.m., in lot» :— FREEHOLD PROPERTIES. Nos. 5, 6. and 7, and an undivided moiety of No. 4, ROCK HOUSES, St. Julian Street, Tenby. Four Commodious Residences, abutting upon and with private steps to the celebrated South Sand5w¡ com- manding beautiful marine views, and containing about 40 Rooms. Suitable for the establishment of a High Class Hotel. With possession upon com- pletion of the purchase. The other undivided moiety of No. 4, ROCK HOUSES will be offered for sale at the game time by consent of the owners thereof. "THE WHEATSHKAF," a fully-licensed Inn, occu- pying a prominent position in Tudor Square, Tenby, and let to the Swansea United Breweries, Limited, upon lease at the rent of JB35 per annum. Also a small Dwelling-house at the rear, being No. 3, BRIDGE STREET. COPYHOLD PROPERTIES. NORTON COTTAGE, MANORBIES, Pembroke. An attractive small holding, with capital Garden, Stable, Outbuildings, and two enclosures of Pasture Land, comprising upwards of 6 acres. Let upon lease at JB18 per annum, and in the occupation of Mr R. Llewellyn Jones. THE SHANTY (formerly the old Post Office), situate in the Village of Manorbier. A charming little Residence, let until Michaelmas, 1910, at the low rent of JB12 per annum. Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be obtained (gratis) of the Vendor's Solicitors, Messrs. MEAD & Co., 2, King's Bench Walk. Temple, London. E.C.; of Mr J. H. HODGES, 3, Ventnor Houses, Warren Street, Tenby, who will show the vacant Premises; and of Mr JOSEPH STOWKR, Auctioneer and Surveyor, 43, Chancery Lane. London, W.C. WHITE HART HOTEIT, NORTON, TENBY. Highly Important Sale of a large quantity of Hotel Furniture, 2 Pianofortes, Harmonium, National Cash Register with Tape Adjustment, and an assortment of other Effects. MR. ARTHUR S. T. LUCAS Has received instructious from the Owners (who have Let the above Hotel), to Sell by Public Auction, on the premises of the Hotel, On FRIDAY, September 17th, 1909,1 THE WHOLE OF THE HOTEL FURNITURE And other Effects (the Sale of the same being neces- sary, owing to Mr Dalling, of Sun House, Tenby, the incoming Tenant, having sufficient of his own Furniture to enable him to refurnish the Hotel). The particulars of the Furniture and Effects to be sold ara as follows :— SMOKE ROOM —Iron Stand Circular Tables, Wal- nut Pier Glass, Bentwood Arm and Small Chairs, Fender, Lino, Pictures, etc. HALL, KITCHENS, ETC.—Antique Mahogany Hall Table, Bracket, Mats, 2 Dressers, Large Cupboard, Tables, Chairs, Knife Cleaning Machine, Plate Rack, Dinner Ware, Tea and Breaktast China, Glass, Cutlery. Electro-plated Goods, Fenders, Water Fountains, and a large assortment of Culinary Utensils. BILLIARD ROOM. — Large Bagatelle Table with Slate Bed, Cues and Balls, by Oeorge Edwards, Kingsland Road, London Gramaphone by the Eddison Bell Co.; Flint Spirit Barrels, Cork Ex- tractor, Filters, etc. DINING ROOM AND COFFEE ROOM.—Pianoforte in Walnnt Case, by Vanderbilt, London; Harmonium, by J. Cooper œ Co.; 6 Chairs in Plush, Walnut Oval Table. Side Tables, Base Rocker, Antique Chair, Stained Walnut Suite, Marble Timepiece, set by J. Dusart; Bentwood and other Chairs, Walnut and Gilt Pier Glass, 2 Dining Tables, Rurs. Brass and other Fenders, Coal Vases, Irons, Mantel Boards and Hangings, Curtains, Poles and Rings, Pictures, Ornaments, etc. DRAWING ROOM. Walnut Case Pianoforte, by Chas. Cadby, London Very Handsome Walnut 8-piece Suite in Red Brocaded Velvet, Massive Round Rosewood Table, Upholstered Base Rocker, Occasional Chairs and Tables, Whatnot. Brussels Carpet. Rugs, Gilt Pier Glass, Fender, Irons. Cur- tains, Pictures, Ornaments, etc. The Contents of 9 BEDROOMS and LANDINGS.— Iron and Brass and Wooden Bedsteads, Palliasses, Overlays, Spring Mattresses, Feather and Millpuff Beds, Bolsters and Pillows, Wardrobes and Cup- boards, Chests of Drawers, Walnut and other Wash- stands and Dressing Tables, Toilet Glasses, Sets of Ware, Towel Rails, Arm and other Chairs, Antique Mahogany Half-circular Tables, Oilcloths. Rugs, Fenders, Irons, Pictures, Poles and Rings, Curtains, Clocks, Pair of Steps, Brass Stair Rods, etc etc. Also a "NATIONAL CASH TILL REGISTER," with Tape attachment. The Goods will be on view on the Morning of Sale from 9 o'clock. TERMS, CASH ON DELIVERY, but in consideration of this Auction being a Cash Sale, the Auctioneer will allow a Discount of 2 £ per cent, off all Accounts. Sale to commence at 1.30 p.m. sharp. Positively No Reserve. The Auctioneer begs to call the attention of the Inhabitants of Tenby and the District to this Sale, as it will give them a rare opportunity to purchase good class Furniture at their own prices—the highest For further particulars apply to ARTHUR S. T. LUCAS, Auctioneer, Hotel Valuer and Estate Agent, 6, Rutland Street, Swansea and at Newton, Mumbles. Nat. Tel. 230 Central. (Patents, Trade Marks and Designs Registered). E. R. ZHMM:. DOOK-Y ARD, I 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. |7,OR SALE,—Several well-bred WELSH COBS and J. PONIES, some of which have won many Prizes. Apply to E. WALL, Clifton Rock, Tenby. FOR SALE,—First-class TREADLE LATHE, with JT overhead gear. complete range of expensive attachments, Spring Chucks, Slides, Elliptical and Figure-turning Chucks. Compound Rest, etc., etc. Cost over J650. Price £7 10s. the lot.—Can be seen on application at F. B. MASON'S Furniture Rooms, I St. Julian Street, Tenby. I W. IVY GIBBS II [ (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 Prompt for Dispatch iPERTHl Tenby and «DYE| and District. quick returi\. — OLDEST and BEST. — MILFORD HOUSE, THE NORTON, TENBY. RABAIOTTI BROS., 4, ST. JULIAN STREET, TEN BY 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. CASH ACCOMMODATION— £ 10 to £1000. Interest 2/6 in the £ for agreed period. W. JACKSON, 7, St. Mark's Terrace, Wrexham. MARSTON'S, 24, Bradford Street, Birmingham. 1 f 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 JL elevated position, 1 £ 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. rT^O Let, Furnished, or in Apartments, No. 1, Ivy L COTTAGES, TENBY. Contains five Bedrooms, two Sitting-rooms, and usual offices; with Lawn and private way to beach. Apply on the Premises. TO Let, Furnished, ROBBSTON HOUSE, South Cliff JL Gardens, Tenby. Three Sitting, 5 Bedrooms, Bath (h. and c.), Kitchen, and usual offices; gas; certificated sanitation sea view; close to Sands and Esplanade; near golf links; with or without ser- vants also for the winter. Apply at above address; or to Mr F. B. MASON, House and Estate Agent, Tenby. rIX) Let, FREE COTTAGE and GARDEN, adjoining X Penally Barracks, from September 29th, 1909. Apply JAS. W. GRIFFITHS, Penally Court, Penally. "rO Let, SEMI-DETACHKD COTTAGE, containing five X Rooms and Scullery, small Greenhouse, good Garden on the outskirts of Tenby. Rent j612. Early possession. Apply Mr F. B. MASON, House and Estate Agent, Tenby. MANCHESTER HOUSE, ST. GEORGE STREET, TKNBY.—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. 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. 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 íh. & c.), and usual offiees. Splendid sea view over North Bay. Central positiou.—Apply F. B. MASON, House and Estate Agent, Tenby. rpO Let, 2, RQ^EMONT, SAUNDERSFOOT. Well JL Furnished Seven-room House—2 W.C.'s, good Garden ahd fruit trees. South aspect. Apply on the Premises. TO be Sold or Let, BRISBANE HOUSE, Warren JL 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. HOUSE to Let, from September 29th, 1909, JLl 3, PICTON ROAD. Rent J618. Apply LLOYD, Ironmonger, Frog Street, Tenby. DRAPERY.—Young Lady APPRENTICES Wanted for Fancy Department ahd Show-rooms. T. P. HUGHES, High Street, Tenby. WANTED, a respectable PARLOUR-MAID, to go W abroad. Open to September 28th. Apply "T. R. M. S. Observer Office, Tenby. ERRAND BOY Wanted. Out of School hours. Jtl< —F. BILLING, Belleyue, Tenby. II DRESSMAKING I\i 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 Gowns, 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. High 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. LEAFY LYTHAM.—A lovely place for a Lazy Holiday. The Children's 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 Timet Office, Lytham.
LIST OF VISITORS. RECENT ARRIVALS. Allen, Miss E., Hereford 1 Ivy cottages Baker, Mr. Swansea Melrose Boulton, Mr and Mrs, London Etnam house Brown, Miss G., Cardiff Mariners'hotel Carew, Mrs J., Rodgerstone, Newport, Mon. 5 Park road Cuthbert, Miss, Birmingham 1 Avondale villas Cuthbert, Miss R., Birmingham 1 Avondale villas Croft, Mrs and children, Ledbury Hanover house Carter, Master Douglas and nurse, Birmingham 1 Ivy cottages Davies, Mr D., Swansea Melrose Fletcher, Miss and niece, London Hanover house Foreman, Mr, Mrs and family, London Redlands Granger, the Misses, Leamington.Worcester house Groves, the Misses, Hereford Glan-y-Mael Gruber, Mr, Mrs and Miss, Manchester 1 Langdon villas Gadsden, Mrs and party Stanley house Gardener, Mr and Mrs J., Thames Ditton. Redlands Hamon, Mr Raymond, Cheltenham 1 Greenhill avenue Helps, Mr D. H., Mrs, family and nurse, Reading 4 Rock terrace Hovil, Mr, Mrs and Miss, Hereford. Ivy cottages James, Mr T., Llandovery Gladstone cottage Jones, Mr, Mrs, nurse and family, London Etnam house Jenkins, Mr & Mrs, Southport. 5 St. Julian terrace Luntley, Mr and Mrs, Bromley, Kent 2 Somerset houses Miller, Mrs and child, Canary Islands 1 Sparta houses Malcomson, Mr. Mrs aud family, Clonmel, Ireland St. Agatha's house Morris, Mr and family, Leyton, London 10 Culver park Morris, Mrs and Miss R Ludlow Milton Morgan, Mr and Mrs, Canary Islands 1 Sparta houses Nicole, Mr and Mrs U. C., Carmarthen Farnham house Nunn, Mr and Mrs F., New Cross, London Saltwood house Nunn, Miss A., New Cross, London.Saltwood house Nansom, Mr and Mrs, Eccles Hanover houss Nansom, Miss, Eccles Hanover house Potter, Mr, Mrs and family, Tewkesbury 21 Victoria street Parry, the Misses (2), London 1 Marine terrace Parry, Mr, Sidmouth 1 Marine terrace Parry, Miss, Sidmouth 1 Marine terrace Porter, Mrs & child, Cardiff.Rodney's dining rooms Peters, Miss, London Redlands Pollock, Lady, Harrow 6 Norton Rogers, Mias, Waterford Worcester house Robinson, Miss, Bromley, Kent.2 Somerset houses Rogers, Mrs, Miss and maid, London South Cliff house Rowlands, Mrs, Brighton Broughton villa Shepherd, Miss, Bath Broughton villa Saunders, Mrs and child, Gloucester 1 Laston cottages Sfubbs, Mrs and Miss, Springfield Park, Acton Farnham house Trafford, Mrs, London 6 Norton Trafford, Mr L. C., Oxford 6 Norton Vines, Mr and Mrs, Canary Islands.1 Sparta houses Woof, Mrs, Darlington 2 Somerset houses Williams, Mr and Mrs, Dolwyddelan.Warren street Wiseman, the Misses, Chester Mayfair Walters, Miss. Milford Haven Glan-y-Mael Webb, Mr and Mrs, Kidderminster Rose cottage White, Miss, Waterford Worcester house Wilkinson, Mr and Mrs, Leamington Worcester house I Belgrave Hotel. — Mr and Mrs Kershaw, Mrs Avery, Birmingham; Mr I. Jones, Carmarthen Mr E. Roscorla, Mr J. Roscorla, Cardiff Mrs Jackson, London; Dr. G. Newnam, Leominster; Mrs Roscorla, Miss Roscorla, Mr Roscorla, Mr A. Roscorla, Cardiff; Mr A. Alden, M.P., Leominster Mr and Mrs Elliot, the Misses Elliot (2), Masters Elliot (2), Cheadle Heath. Cawdor House Boarding Establishment. — The Misses Warden, EdgLaston; Professor and Mrs Duff, Miss and Master Duff, Newcaetle-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), Bromegrove. 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.]
At a well-attended meeting in connection with the Victoria Nurses' Home and Meyrick Wards, Pembroke-Dock, held last week, a framed portrait of the late Alderman Angus M'Coll, J.P., C.C., was unveiled in the board- room by Robert Mr M'Coll, his son. The de- ceased gentleman was a member of the committee from the commencement, and was foremost ill. advancing the project for the erection of the in- stitution. The mayor and other gentlemen spoke of the services rendered by the late alderman in regard to various matters connected with the welfare of the town and neighbour- hood. Three Important Points to be considered when buying tea :-Weight, Value and Price. Hornimans offer you Full Weight, Full Value and Fair Price. Don't be put off with cheapness only, but insist on having Full weight without the wrapper," and full value with best quality. In fact, insist upon having HORMMAN'S. Try a packet and you will USE NO OTHER. Sold by all leading Grocers, Provision Dealers and Co-opera- tive Societies throughout-the United Kingdom. Sold in:— TENBY-Davies, Baker and Grocer, Frog Street. MILFORD HAVEN—Meyler, Chemist. SAUNDERSFOOT-Griffiths, Chemist. NARBERTH—Morgan,' Chemist. WHITLAND-Caleb Rees, Grocer, Whitland House (Wholesale Agent). W RltLAND-Roblin, Grocer,
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 picture and a good likeness. Pembrokeshire Royal Garrison Artillery. TERRITORIAL FORCE. Colonel R. V. LLOYD-PHILIPPS, Commanding. No. 2 COMPANY ORDERS (SAUNDERSFOOT AND TENBY). August 28th, 1909. Officer on duty—Captain E. A. Forbes. Orderlies-Sergeant F. Richards, Corporal J. W. J. Davies. Next for Dllty. Orderlies—Sergeant E. James, Corporal O. Bancroft. DRILLS FOR ENSUING WEEK: TUESDAY-At Tenby, Morse Signalling Class and Gun Laying, 7.30 p.m. WEDNESDA Y At Saundersfoot, Morse Signalling Class and Gun Laying and 4.7 Gun Drill, 7 p.m. SATURDAY—Signalling Class and Gun Drill, 6 p.m. Notes. -Members are requested to bring in at once all Equipment for Inspection by the Adjutant:— Black bags, bracers, belt, great coat, straps, water bottles, 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.) [TELEPHONE No. 7.J iacatii2 q)bscrver. [ESTABLISHED 1853.] Circulation guaranteed more than Treble that of any other Local Paper. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1909. 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. The BELGRAVE HOTEL, Esplanade, Tenby, is now open with every convenience and accom- modation for visitors. off Lieutenant-Colonel the Right Hon. Sir Albert t, Himes, Mrs. Himes and party and Major and Mrs Burleigh Leach are staying at the Imperial Hotel, Tenby. Mr Halliley, of Birmingham, has purchased a freehold plot of land on the New Road, Tenby, and has instructed Mr F. B. Mason to have a cottage residence erected on it. $40 The Great Western Railway Company an- nounce an excursion from Tenby to Swansea, Cardiff and Bristol next Monday, also a week later one to London. For particulars see adver- tisement. Go* Visitors to Llandrindod Wells should write for particulars to Miss HURST, "ROSSLARE," LLANDRINDOD WELLS. Best position. Newly furnished. Every comfort. Terms very moderate. A meeting of members of the Tenby United Choir will be held at the South Wales Tempe- rance Hotel this (Thursday) evening at 8.30 sharp. All members are earnestly invited to attend. Visitors to London for a few days will find excellent accommodation at the "NORFOLK SQUARE HOTEL," just opposite the arrival plat- form at Paddington Station. Moderate Tariff. Porter. Mr Arthur S. T. Lucas, auctioneer, of Swansea, will to-morrow (Friday) sell off on the premises, the furniture and other effects of the JVhite Hart Hotel, The Norton, Tenby, full particulars of which will be found in our adver- tisement columns. Ste Hallsville House School, Victoria Street, Tenby, under the headmistresship of Miss Gribble, with a competent staff, will re-open for the autumn term next Monday. In connec- tion with this school there will also be a dancing class, which commences in October, and is open to non-pupils. 040 The annual general meeting of the Tenby Hockey Club was held at the Lion Hotel on the 9th inst., when there were a good number of enthusiasts present. The officers for the en- suing season were selected as follows :Captain, Mr E. Parrott vice-captain, Rev. S. B. Williams with Mr A. W. Whicher, acting as treasurer, and Mr H. W. Blanch, honorary secretary. There are already several new mem- bers, and a good season is anticipated. The first practice will be next Wednesday. 040 Laura Davies, aged twelve years, second daughter of Mr John Davies. formerly of the Bush Inn, Tenby, and niece of Mrs Vaulk, baker, St. George Street, died suddenly at the house of a friend in Skewen, on Monday night. The deceased had complained of a gathered finger and pains in the head, and she was medi- cally attended. Subsequently she went to the house of a friend, where she said she was in great pain, and asked for some water. At the inquest a verdict of death from natural causes was returned. We regret to announce the deatfc of Mrs Hazell (mother of the late Mrs Wade, formerly of Tenby), which took place last week at her residence, 14, Hill Street, Newport The deceased lady was in her 85th year. Her hus- band, Captain Henry Hazell, was lost at sea in 1868, and she was left a widow with five children. There are only two children re- maining to mourn their loss-Mr Harry Hazell, the well-known secretary of the Newport Gas Company, and Miss Hazell, L.R.A.M., the ac- complished musical teacher. Mrs Hazell was a native of Swansea, and she came to Newport about 67 years ago to her brother's business, the late Mr Phillip John, who conducted a suc- cessful drapery establishment in Commercial Street. After the death of her husband, she opened a drapery business of her own in Com- mercial Road, which she carried on successfully for many years. She attended Sunday-school regularly for the long period of about 70 years, and was most enlightened in Biblical knowledge. When she had accomplished 60 years as a Sunday-school scholar, a beautifully-bound hymn book was presented to her by the Ebenezer Sunday-school, which she kept as a valuable prize. Milford Haven Urban District Council some time ago decided to purchase a steam engine from the well-known firm of Shand, Mason and Co., London, and this has now been delivered. On Saturday afternoon the brigade turned out for practice with the engine under the direction of representatives of the firm. The test was in every way satisfactory. The ceremony of consecration of the new burial ground in connectiion with the St. LI a wd dog Parish Church, Kilgerran, was per- formed on Friday afternoon by the Lord Bishop of St. David's in the presence of a large congregation. The Bishop afterwards preached in the parish church, and in the evening ser- mons were delivered by the Rev. J. E. Jones, Whitland, and the Rev. H. Jones, Llanddarog. At Pembroke-Dock on Saturday Frederick Noakes, landlord of the Caledonia Inn, High Street, was fined 20s. and costs for having kept his house open for the sale of drink on Sunday, the 5th inst. A police constable said he saw a man named George Conny, who had in his pos- session a quart bottle containing beer and two small bottles of stout, leaving the house late in the evening. Conny was fined 10s. and costs. The Admiralty has appointed Mr S. E. H. Kevern, boatswain in the staff captain's depart. ment at Pembroke Dock-yard, to be boatswain of the dock-yard vice Lieutenant J. V. Luter, who has completed five years' service at the yard, and will return to the Naval Barracks, Devonport, for duty for nine months before being retired on pension. Mr Kevern was ap- pointed boatswain May 25th, 1891. Another race has been arranged to take place on the Taff Vale Park, Pontypridd, on Monday, September 27th, between B. R. Day, Black- pool, and F. C. Davies, Tenby 600 yards, for a stake of £40. A month ago Davies defeated Day in a half-mile race on the same ground. Davies is acknowledged as one of the best half- milers in the country, and Day is a good 600 yards man. In addition there will be a 120 yards open handicap. .t. A well-known Tenby citizen (says the South Wales Daily News) while on a visit to a certain town on the North Wales coast, was given a bed that was rather hard. Being accustomed to a feather bed his night was somewhat restless. A friend of his, hearing of his plight, penned the following englyn :— Rhy galed ydyw'r gwely-a garw I'r gwron o Tenby Le blwng heb wely o bly' Dylotted yw ei letty. At Pembroke-Dock Petty Sessions on Satur- day a summons against William Henry Collins, landlord of the Three Crowns Inn, for having kept his house open for the sale of drink, was dismissed. In this case the police evidence was that six men were found on the premises. The defence was that the men were guests, who had been invited to supper, in support of which evidence was called to show that a written iu- vitatiou had been previously sent to some of those present. Mr F. S. Reed, solicitor, Pem- broke, represented defendant. e A pretty wedding took place recently in the quiet village of Ambleston, Pembrokeshire, the contracting parties being Mr Lewis David Griffiths, Priskilly Forest, Letterston, and Miss Ann Davies Kennedy, only daughter of Mr Thomas Kennedy, of Woodstock, Abbotsford Ferry, Selkirkshire. A singular coincidence was that the wedding took place on the bride's birthday, which was also the bride's father's birthday, and on the anniversary of the mar- riage of the bride's parents and grandparents, which took place on the same date exactly 28 and 58 years ago respectively. Mr Ivor P. Nicholson, writing from Good- wick, sends the following to the Western Mail with reference to the recent anti-Budget meeting at Tenby :-In your issue of to-day I notice you report a speech of Sir George Armstrong's at Milford Haven. In that speech I see he said that at Tenby, in an anti-Bndget meeting, a great deal of rowdyism prevailed, and that "the agitation was led, not by an in- habitant of Tenby, but by a noisy individual named Clements, of Henley on-Thames." Will you allow me to correct this statement? I happened to be at that meeting, and the "noisy" individual was Alderman Clements, J.P., of Henley-on-Thames, a man, I should say, over 60 years of age, and all that gentle- man did was to ask two extremely sensible questions, and when the crowd demanded a- speech from him he gave three cheers for Mr Lloyd George. What part Alderman Clements took lie took in an extremely gentlemanly manner. Mr E. A. Ridsdale, the Liberal M.P., for Brighton, who is well-known at Tenby, having a^ country seat at Waterwynch, in the House of Commons last week asked the Prime Minister whether the Government had consulted any professional land surveyors or land agents as to the cost of valuing the whole of the land of the United Kingdom and if so, whether any of the gentlemen consulted had had any particular ex- perience in the valuation of land on the assump- tion that it was deprived of the improvements attached to it and if so, whether he would lay before the House a summary of the information received from these gentlemen, including any records they might have communicated to the Government of actual sales either by private treaty or public action of site values as defined in Clause 14 of the Finance Bill. Mr Hob- house in reply said :-The answers to the first and second parts of the question are in the affirmative. As regards the last part of the question, my right hon. friend does not see his way to accede to the suggestion.
TENBY COUNTY SCHOOL. --4 After the long summer vacation the Tenby County School re-opened for the autumn term on Tuesday, when the complement of scholars in both boys' and girls' department was well up to the average. Under the able head mastership of Mr J. W. B. Adams, M.A., who has been in charge of the school from its foundation and opening, twelve or thirteen years ago, the Tenby County School has experienced a most successful educational career, the distinctions obtained by its scholars in the various exami- nations being as gratifying as they are remark- able. Such results are eloquent testimony to the soundness of the teaching given by the staff, and prove how carefully the curriculum is regarded. The school premises, as our readers are aware, have during the last few years, been improved and added to so liberally that as an educational establishment the Tenby County School occupies a foremost position in Pem- brokeshire, and has on more than one occasion topped the list in the way of examinations passes. Its equipment all round is highly satis- factory, and the "tone" which prevails is calculated to make for the moral as well as the intellectual improvement of the scholars.
SERIOUS AFFAIR AT ST. FLORENCE. DYING DEPOSITIONS TAKEN AT TEN BY. George Norris, a farm labourer, of St. Florence was brought up in custody at the Pembroke Petty Sessions on Monday morning and charged with maliciously wounding William Williams on the 5th inst. at Norchard Cottage, in the parish of St. Florence. Superintendent Thomas having given evidence of arrest, stated that the injured man was lying at the Tenby Cottage Hospital suffering from septic poisoning as a result of the wound, and his condition was so serious that at 12.30 a.m. on Sunday his depositions were taken by Mf R. D. Gilbertson, magistrates' clerk, in the presence of Mr C. F. Egerton Allen, J.P. The accused. was present when the depositions were taken. Norris, who was defended by Mr Lowleas solicitor, was remanded, bail being granted, him- self in JE25 and two sureties of JE25 each.