G.W.R. EXCURSIONS. "LORD MAYOR'S SHOW." MONDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER 8.-To LONDON. for 1, 3, 5 or 8 days. Leave Neyland 9.5 p.m.. Milford Haven 9 0, Haverfordwest 9.30, Pembroke-Dock 8 55, Pembroke 9.0, Tenby 9.20, Whitland 10.10 p.m. For details see Bills, or send post-card to Stations or Offices. JAMES C. INGLIS, General Manager. G 10467. SOUTH AMERICAN MISSIONARY SOCIETY A MEETING On behalf of the above Society will be held (D.V.) in the ROYAL ASSEMBLY ROOMS, TENBY, On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 3rd, 1909, WHEN THK Rev. H. N. ROSS, M.A., WILL GIVE Interesting Information about Mission Work in South America, illustrated by Limelight Views. Chair to be taken at Eight o'clock by CHARLES FARLEY, Esq. (Mayor of Tenby) Your attendance is earnestly requested. There will be a Collection. BOROUGH OF TENBY. NOTICE OF PAYMENT OF RATES. ALL Persons who have not paid the DISTRICT and WATER RATES, made on the 24-th day of MAY, 1909. are requested to do so not later than FRIDAY. November 5, 1909, after which date pro- ceedings will be taken against Defaulters. By Order, G LORT STOKES, Town Clerk's Office, Town Clerk. October 26, 1909. To the Burgesses of the Borough of Tenby. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Three years ago you elected me one of your representatives on the Town Council. I have axain been nominated, and this time returned un- opposed. I beg to thank you for your confidence and to assure you that I shall endeavour to forward the best interests of the town. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, GEORGE LORD. High Street, Tenby, October 27th, 1909. TENBY MUNICIPAL ELECTION, 1909. To the Burgesses of the Borough of Tenby. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Please accept my best thanks for electing me unopposed to a seat on the Town Coun- cil. As in the past, so in the future, my constant care will be to further the best interests of the town and the welfare of its inhabitants. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, G. H. SANDERCOCK. St. Julian Street, Tenhy, October 27, 1909. 2sT OTICE I TO THE PENALLY PUBLIC. \\J HERE AS certain unfounded and slanderous » statements have been circulated about myself and a certain person at Penally, I hereby give Notice that Legal Proceedings will be taken on my behalf a/ainst any person or persons repeating same after this date. (Signed) EDGAR H. JONES. The Gardens, Penally, October 21st, 1909. TENDERS ARE invited for Alterations and Additions about to be carried out at "SUNNYSIDE," BEGKLLT. Plans, Specifications and particulars may be seen at Offices of Mr E. Glover Thomas, Architect, Tenby, on and after SATCRBAT, 30th inst. Tenders to be sent in to me, sealed and marked "Sunnyside," ty 14th November next. The lowest or any other Tender not necessarily accepted. F. E. L. MATHIAS-THOMAS. Solicitor, Tenby. October 27th, 1909. TO BUILDERS. PERSONS desirous of Tendering for the Erection -L of a new DWELLING-HOUSE and Out-offices at Levereux, St. Issell's, for Mr George Lewis, may inspect the Plan and Specifications at Dawes Farm, Begelly. Tenders to be sent in to Mr GEO. LEWIS, Dawes Farm, Begelly, not later than the 13th of November next. The lowest or any other Tender not necessarily accepted. J. PREECE JAMES, Architect, Tenby. Tenby, October 27th, 1909. ROBERT NICHOLLS, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Tailor and Outfitter, WESTGATE HOUSE (near Five Arches), TENBY- Tailoring in the moat 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 C ARSONS' MURALINE AND CELEBRATED OIL PAINTS. ALSO FOB 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. I^OR SALE,—First-class TREADLE LATHE, with overhead gear, complete range of expensive attachments, Spring Chucks, Slides, Elliptical and Figure-turning Chucks. Compound Rest. etc., etc. Cost over £50. Price jE:7 10s. the lot.—Cau be seen I on application at F. B. MASON'S FU niture Rooms, J ulian Street, Tenby. .c Tfu _un I, Yes—Long Coats are going to be very popular this Season and here in our show-rooms we have new styles which are now beginning to make their appearance in the West End of London, and will assuredly be worn everywhere before the season is many weeks old. U Now—you may not have considered the point much—but there is really hardly anything that becomes an Englishwoman of good figure better than a well- cut well-tailored coat. H We are offering our coats at very low prices—Won't you come and try one on ? Here we give you High Quality. Fine Value v We are doing splendidly with a line of long Blanket Cloth Coats at a Guinea. T. P. HUGHES, II High Street, TENBY. LANQE'S TEETH. 13, HICH STREET, TENBY (Over 1ruscott,) Jeweller. HOURs-IO a.m. to 7 p.m. DAILY. The above Firm are prepared to undertake the making of all kinds of ARTIFICIA1 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. Gold Crown-Bar and Bridges; also Fillings and Stoppings ai 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 e p.m. SAUNDERSF00T—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. I 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 LADIES' AND GENT'S Mackintoshes and Raincoats. CORRECT STYLES IN Tweed and Covert Coats. SPECIAL VALUE IN BLANKETS, QUILTS, Household Linens, Serges, Flannels, Soft Furnishing, Carpets and Linoleums, Rugs, Mats, etc., etc. Sole Agerjt a Pronjpt for I** ™«vi Dispatch T I. kerthI Tenby and an° District. quick return- — OLDEST and BEST. — MILFORD HOUSE, THE NORTON, .11 TENBY. 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. 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. WEDDING GIFT.—Lady offers magnificent 7-Guinea SERVICE Al quality Plate (stamped) —Six each Table, Dessert Spoons, Forks, Tea and Eggspoons (36 pieces), unsoiled; accept 25/ ap- proval. Write "GIFT," Observer Office, Tenby. FOR SA L E. A fine healthy BELGIAN HARE. i' Price 28.—Apply "B. H. c/o Observer Office, Tenby. BOROUGH OF TENBY. TO THE MAYOR, ALDERMEN, AND BURGESSES OF THE BOROUGH OF TENBY;— And to all others whom it may concern. WHEREAS the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the Borough of Tenby, acting by the Council (herein-after referred to as the Local Authority "), being the Urban District Council of the Urban District of Tenby (herein-after referred to as the District), have, in pursuance of Section 3 of the Public Health Acts Amendment Act, 1907 (herein-after referred to as "the Act of 1907 "), applied to Us, the Local Government Board, to declare certain Parts and Sections of the Act of 1907 to be in force in the District; And whereas proof has been given to Our satisfaction of the advertisement required by sub- section (2) of Section 3 of the Act of 1907, and at least one month has elapsed after the date of that advertisement: NOW THEREFORE, in the exercise of Our powers in that behalf, We by this Order Declare, Specify, and Direct as follows that is to say :— ARTICLE I.—(1) On and after the day on which this Order comes into operation- Part II.; Sections 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, and 51 comprised in Part III:; Sections 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, and 68 comprised in Part IV.; Part V.; Part VI.; and Part X. of the Act of 1907 shall be in force in the District. (2) Where a Section to which reference is made in the first column of the First Schedule to this Order is a Section comprised in Part II., Part V., or Part X., or is one of the Sections by sub-division (1) of this Article described as comprised in Part III., or Part IV. and declared to be in force, the Section shall be in force in the District subject to the following conditions and adaptations: that is to say,- Unless and until We, by a further Order made on such application and after com- pliance with such requirements as are described and set forth in Section 3 of the Act of 1907, otherwise Declare, Specify, and Direct, the said Section, in its application to the District and in relation to the exercise of the powers and to the discharge of the duties of the Local Authority under that Section, shall have effect as if the words and figures set forth in the second column of the said Schedule opposite to the reference to that Section in the first column of that Schedule were added to and formed part of the Section. I ARTICLE II.—(1) On and after the date of the confirmation of any byelaws made by the Local Authority under the Public Health Acts, 1875 to 1907, with respect to the matters mentioned in Section Ninety-two of the Act of 1907, the Local Act which is cited by reference to its short title in the first column of Part 1. of the Second Schedule to this Order shall, to the extent specified in the second column of that Part, be no longer in force in the District. (2) On and after the day on which this Order comes into operation, the Local Act which is cited by reference to its short title in the first column of Part II. of the Second Schedule to this Order ahall, to the extent specified in the second column of that Part, be no longer in force in the District. I (3) Where an enactment in a Local Act, other than an enactment specified in Part I. or in Part II. of the Second Schedule to this Order, contains provisions which alter, amend, apply, or otherwise relate to an enactment so specified, those provisions, to the extent to which they are incon- sistent with any Section or Part to which Article I. of this Order applies, shall, on and after the day upon which that enactment in pursuance of sub-division (1) or sub-division (2), as the case may be, of this Article ceases to be in force in the District, be no longer in force in the District. ARTICLE III.—Within the period of three weeks immediately following the date of this Order, or, where in Our opinion the circumstances so require, within such later period as We by Order prescribe, the Local Authority shall cause this Order to be published by advertising the same once at least in one or more of the newspapers circulating in the District, and shall also cause a statement of the effect of this Order to be published in the London Gazette. ARTICLE IV.-This Order shall come into operation on the Sixth day of December, One thousand nine hundred and nine. FIRST SCHEDULE. Parts and Sections. Conditions and Adaptations. ,1. 2. Part II.— Section Twenty-five The power of making or enforcing byelaws under section • "one hundred and fifty-seven of the Public Health "Act, 1875, as extended by section twenty-three of "the Public Health Acts Amendment Act, 1890, with "respect to the paving of yards and open spaces in connexion with dwelling-houses, shall cease to be exerciseable." Section Twenty-seven (7) Nothing in this section shall apply to any tempo- rary building erected or set up for nse by the Terri- torial Force." Part III.— Section Thirty-five This section, so far as it relates to the deposit of material, shall have effect subject to the first proviso to section ninety-one of the Public Health Act, 1875. The power of making or enforcing byelaws under section twenty-three of the Municipal Cor- I porations Act, 1882, for the prevention and suppres- sion of nuisances shall not be exerciseable in relation I to any subject-matter of this section." Section Thirty-eight Nothing in this section shall prejudicially affect any power or right exerciseable by or attaching to an owner or occupier of premises by virtue of section twenty-two of the Public Heaith Act, 1875, or of section eighteen of the Public Health Acts Amend- ment Act, 1890." Part IV.- Section Fifty-nine • (6) Nothing in this section shall apply to a public or circulating library which is not within the district." Part V.- Section Seventy-five (3) The date of the Order of the Local Government Board by which this Part is declared to be in force shall be the beginning of the period within which shall be the beginning of the period within which the local authority shall give notice for the purposes of sub-section (1) of this section." Part X.- Section Ninety-two Nothing in any Local Act shall affect the making or "confirmation of any byelaws under this section and on and after the date of the confirmation of byelaws under this section the power of enforcing byelaws with respect to any subject-matter of this section sball, so far as that power is conferred by a Local "Act, cease to be exerciseable." SECOND SCHEDULE. LOCAL ACTS. .IIi ,tI", PART I. Short Title. Extent of Repeal. 1. 2. The Tenby Improvement Act, 1838 Section twenty-seven, forty-three, and forty-four; so far J as the sections relate to any subject-matter of byelaws authorised by section ninety.two of the Act of 1907. PART II. Short Title. Extent of Repeal. 1. 2. The Tenby Improvement Aot, 1838 Section twenty-seven; so far as the section relates to any subject-matter of sections twenty-nine and forty-four of tlje Act of 1907. Sections thirty-three and thirty-four; so far as the sections relate to any subject-matter of section twenty- nine of the Act of 1907. Given under the Seal of Office of the Local Government Board, this Eighteenth day of October, in the year One thousand nine hundred and nine. a., JOHN BURNS, .> "Pres-ident. H. C. MUNRO, Assistant Secretary. PRIVATE GREETING CHRISTMAS CARDS. FIVE Sample Books for Selection. Black and White to Hand-painted Cards, 1/9 to 9/- per dozen, — With ENVELOPES to match. — F. BILLING, Bellevue, TEN BY. CORNER SHOP and DWELLING-HOUSE in com- manding position to Let. Apply RANDALL, "The Motor House," Tenby. HOUSE to Let, large Rooms, every convenience. —Apply RANDALL, The Motor House," Tenby. Tenby. APPLES- COOKTNG-lld. to 2-Ld. per lb., extra 2 large and choice. DESSERT-ild. to 3d. per lb., each variety named. Carefully graded and packed by an Export, in 281b. lots. PEARS- DESSERT—The very best varieties only supplied in 141b. lots. F. B. is offering in semi-wholesale lots, in order to compete with the inferior Fruit advertised at cheap rates. Quotations are Carriage paid. The pick of the English Orchards is now being marketed, so orders should be sent in at once to F. BILLING, Bellevue, TENBY. Retailers supplied on Liberal Terms. ] FURNISHED APARTMENTS to Let.-Apply 1 3, Queen's Parade, Tenby. 1 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, from September 29th, HOUSE and SHOP in JL South Parade, known as RUABON HOUSE, con- taining 2 Sitting and 5 Bedrooms, Kitchen, and usual offices, and good Store in the rear. Apply WM. DAVIES, 3, Weston Terrace, Tenby. rpO be Sold, that desirable and substantially built L Dwelling-house, known as BRISBANE HOUSE, Warren Street, Tenby. Contains 5 Bedrooms, 2 Sitting-rooms, Bath-room (hot and cold), and usual offices. Held on an unexpired lease of 80 years at the moderate ground rent of JB1 15s. per annum. Apply W. H. PHILLIPS, Bryn Glas, Warren Street, Tenby. TO Let, Furnished, comfortable COTTAGE, close to Golf links, Sands and Station. Contains seven Rooms, hot and cold Bath, and every convenience. Moderate terms. Apply The Bakery, South Parade; or to Mr F. B. MASON, House Agent, Tenby. WELL-FURNISHED HOUSE, TEN BY. To W Let for winter months; 3 Reception, 6 Bed- rooms; Bath (hot and cold); near sea front and Golf links. Rent moderate. Apply "T. Observer Office, Tenby. TO LET, Furnished, or in Apartments, No. 1, IVY COTTAGES, TENBY. Contains five Bedrooms, two Sitting-rooms, and usual offices; with Lawn and private way to beach. Apply on the Premises. TO Let, 2, ROSEMONT. SAUNDERSFOOT. Well Furnished Seven-room House—2 W.C.'s, good Garden and fruit trees. South aspect. Apply on the Premises. TO Let, cosy Winter Quarters. South aspect. Good cooking and attendance. Terms very moderate. Apply "K. Observer Office, Tenby. TO Let, a very PRODUCTIVE NURSERY, near Tenby, about 1| acres or thereabouts. Two large Tomato and one Cucumber House; highly productive Peach and Nectarine Trees, well set with bud. Part of the Land planted with large quantities of Bulbs, including Ten Thousand Spanish Iris. A large quantity of fine Celery and other Crops on ground. Excellent water supply. Ingoing low. Low Rent. Immediate possession. For further particulars apply Mr J. A. BANCROFT, Solicitor, St. Julian Street, fenby. LIST OF VISITORS. Allen, Mrs Arthur, Blackalder 2 St Catherine's terrace Allen, Miss C., Blackalder.2 St Catherine's terrace Bowes, Mrs, Sunderland Troy house Barclay, Miss, Llanelly Hereford house Castle, Mr and Mrs Michael, Eastbourne Rose cottage Davies, Miss, London 1 Gunfort De Satge, Madamy, Hartfield, Malvern Worcester house Fryer, Mr and Mrs, Lydbrook, Gloucestershire Clareston house Goodier, Miss, Carmarthen Hereford house Gower, Miss 8 The Norton Holder, Captain, Mrs and the Misses 3 Marine terrace Hodson, Mr and Mrs, Tasmania Glenwood Hill-Lowe, Commander, R.N., Mrs and family, Court of Hill, Ten bury Bay view house Kenworthy, Mr and family, Cheltenham 34 Victoria street Kingsnorth, Miss, Woolwich 2 Somerset houses Leland, Miss, London 1 Gunfort Lawrence, Rev. It. G., Llanarthney 1 Gunfort Lloyd Philipps, Mrs, children and nurses, Dale Castle, Milford Clarence house Marshall, Major H. S. and Mrs, Chester Belmont house Rogers, Mr & Mrs. Carmarthen Llanstu ,han villa Rogers, the Misses (2), Carmarthen Llanstephan villa Seton, Major and Mrs, London. Marl borough house Seton. Miss, London Marlborough house Torkington, Captain and Mrs, Cranbrook Belmont house Woosnam, Mrs B. P. and Miss, Bletchingley Cliffside Ethclslonc House (7, Esplanadc).-Miss Purcell, Mallow, co. Cork Lady Stewart, Carrickmore Hall, co. Tyrone, Ireland Mr and Mrs Lewis, Llan- drindod. YOU WILL BE BRILLIANTLY ¡ COLLARED SMARTLY TIED AND SOUNDLY CUFFED BY CALLING ON W, A. WOOD, Hosier and Outfitter. SOLE AGENT FOR Swan Oollars, 3 for 1/ Guaranteed Four Fold. Suits to Measure from 21-. Perfect Fit and Style Guaranteed. NOTE THE ADDRESS- W. A. WOOD, (Late of Mr GEOROE LORD,) Five Arches, TENBY.
35trtbs, Jlarrtages, anb mratbs. BIRTH. « PERKS.—October 26th, at 2, Matlock Road, Nor- wich, the wife of George Perks (grandson of the late George Chater, F.R.C.S.), of a daughter. DIED. BILL.-On October 21st, at Wick Farm, Wickford, Essex, Laura, beloved wife of Hubert Bill, and daughter of Michael Smith, Esq., The Mead, Amroth, Pem.
[TELEPHONE No. 7.1 4eiif3i2 ^) £ >sert>etr. [ESTABLISHED 1853.] Circulation guaranteed more than Treble that of any other Local Paper. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1909.
ON more than one occasion we have felt it incumbent upon us to refer in our leading columns to the work and wel- fare of the Tenby Cottage Hospital. To-day we do so again as a result of what transpired at the half-yearly meeting of the Committee of Manage- ment held on Saturday, October 16th. Within the last few years the work and scope of the local hospital has been, in the words of the chairman of the meeting referred to, revolutionized. There is no other adequate description for what has happened within the institution, and if its original founders were alive at the present day no one would be more astonished than they at the great and remarkable change which has taken place both in the internal working and administration of the Tenby Cottage Hospital. Not so very long ago a "major" operation performed within its walls was hardly dreamt of, but to-day such triumphs of surgical skill are of very frequent occurrence in fact, they have become part and parcel of the institution itself, and to place on record that they have been the means of saving many valuable lives is not going too far. With the new and.up- to-date operating ward at the disposal of the medical staff, of whose loyalty and devotion it is impossible to speak. too highly, many serious operations have been successfully undertaken, thus adding to the usefulness of the insti- tution. These operations are indeed a noteworthy feature of so small a cottage hospital, and at the same time a most creditable reflection on the doctors of the town who so willingly give their services free in such cases. In other directions also the affairs of the hos- pital have been revolutionized, and all who have any practical knowledge of its working will agree that in almost every respect it is a model of what an institution of its kind should be. As a sequel to the facilities afforded for the performing of all kinds of surgical operations it was only natural that there should have been an increase in the number of cases dealt with, and the work of the hospital has developed in a remarkable way. Both from the town and immediate neighbourhood demands are made upon its accommodation, and it is not very often that there is a vacant bed. The value of the work accomplished is incalculable; to appraise it at its highest worth one has only to look back on the statistics for the last few years and note how infinitessimal the mortality returns are. Many a sufferer whose case was thought to be hopeless has been snatched from the jaws of death in the wards of the Tenby Cottage Hospital and discharged from the institution cured. With such a fine record it is not surprising that the people of the town should have come forward year after year with financial support; the work of the hospital has appealed eloquently to them, and they have never failed to respond to the call for help when it has been made. There have time and again been occa- sions when the increased demands upon the institution have meant a serious drain upon its finances, but once the public learnt the state of things they have come to the rescue with a spon- taneity and enthusiasm worthy of so • noble a cause. To-day there is greater need than ever for pecuniary aid. The work of the hospital has so expanded and developed that unless increased funds are forthcoming there is a danger of its being crippled. We feel sure, however, that the generosity of the local public will not permit such a con- tingency to occur, and on behalf of the institution we make a strong and urgent appeal for financial support. During the past half-year its resources have been taxed to the uttermost; extra. nursing, extra drugs, extra help, have all been necessary as a consequence, which, of course, has meant increased expenditure. With regard to the extra nursing, Mr Clement J. Williams, of Penally, an old and valued supporter of the Tenby Cottage Hospital, has once more given a tangible proof of his liberality by defraying the cost of this particular item. Mr Williams's fine example should commend itself to others with the means at their dis- posal, for there can be no nobler effort than the relief of suffering humanity. The Tenby Cottage Hospital stands in need of funds, and looks to the public, on whose behalf it has accomplished so much, to come to its help in the hour of need. That the money entrusted to the administrators of the institution will be well and carefully expended requires no emphasizing from us. Mr G. E. Mainland, as the holder of the dual office of honorary secretary and treasurer, is a more than sufficient guarantee as to the sound, business-like methods of administration adopted. Since his official connection with the institution Mr Mainland has achieved wonders, and no eulogy is too high a tribute to his genius as an adminis- trator and financier. The affairs of the Tenby Cottage Hospital were never more efficiently managed than they are to-day; there is no leakage; every penny contributed is made the most of, the administration in this respect being beyond all criticism. Money is urgently required, and once more we voice the appeal of the Committee of Manage- ment to the public for their generous help, at the same time reminding them that he who gives quickly gives twice.
The Rector of Tenby has been spending a brief holiday at Bournemouth.
Tho Great Western Railway Company will run a half-day trip from Tenby to Swansea on Saturday next, leaving at 12.15 p.m.
The attention of our readers is called to Messrs. George Ace's special advertisement on our fourth page of this issue. —- >♦«
The Rev. D. F. Rittenhouse, M.A., B.D., of San Francisco, will preach at the Tenby Presbyterian Church next Sunday evening.
The annual sale and entertainment in aid of Dr. Barnardo's Homes will be held at Tenby on Wednesday, November 24th, full particulars of which will be given later.
Mr Badcock, of Cawsand, near Plymouth, has been appointed Chief Officer of Coastguard at Tenby, vice Mr H. T. Mauger, promoted to Orford Haven.
The practices of the Tenby United Choir will commence this (Thursday) evening, at the Deer Park Baptist school-room at 8.30. All members are requested to attend. ——
Friday, November 5th, is the last day for tho payment of the Tenby District and Water Rates after which date legal proceedings will be taken against defaulters. ••»>
In connection with the Haverfordwets Muni- cipal Election the following nominations have beenreceu'ed *W. G. Rowlands, merchant, Old 13ridge; *George Davies, insurance agent, Frfi *H ugh J. P. Thomas, architect, Hill Street *'1'. H. Thomas, licensed victualler, Bridge End Square David Lewis, milk vendor' Prendergast W. McKenzie, pianofore dealer, New Bridge and Sidney Philip Morris, draper, Hill Street. There are four vacancies. Aste- risks denote retiring members.