TENBY COTTAGE HOSPITAL. The following subscriptions and donations are acknowledged with thanks:- MrG.Bowen. JEO 2 6 Mr A. H. Brookman 0 5 0 Mrs Lawford Evans 0 5 0 Messrs. Evans Bros 0 2 6 Mrs Hurlow 0 2 6 Mr W. Howella 0 2 6 Mr Levi Morgan 0 5 0 Mrs R. Nicliolls 0 2 6 Mr W. B. Paget 1 1 0 Colonel Parker 1 1 Q Captain Plumer, R.N., and Miss Plumer. 2 2 Q Mr S. Rollings 0 5 0 MrW. H. Smith. 0 2 6 Rev. S. B. Williams 0 5 0 Mrs Rayner Wood 0 5 0 St. Julian's Chapel Offertory (per Miss Milward) 2 0 0 Sir Owen Philipps, K.C.M.G., M.P. 1 1 0 G. E. MAINLAND, Bon. See, and Treasurer.
In the High Court of Justice, King's Bench Division. 1909. E. No. 1147. Between ELKINGTON & Co., Ltd., Plaintiffs, and E. L. LAWS, Defendant. To the above named Defendant, E. L. LAWS. TAKE NOTICE, that this Action was on the JL 16th day of November, 1909, commenced agiinst you, and the Plaintiffs by their Writ of Summons claim the sum of JE35 5a. Od., being the price of goods sold and delivered. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE, that the Court has by Order dated the 25th day of November, 1909, authorised ser- vice of the said Writ of Summons by the insertion of this Notice twice in the Daily Telegraph news- paper and twice in a local Tenby newspaper, three days to elapse between the first and second adver- tisements in each case. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE, that you are required within eight days after the insertion of the last of such advertise- ments inclusive of the date of such insertion to cause an appearance to be entered for you at the Central Office Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London, and in default of your so doing the Plaintiffs may proceed with this Action, and Judgment may be entered against you in your absence. HENRY MOORE, 26, Regent Street, Waterloo Place, London, S.W., Solicitor for the above named Plaintiffs. LANGE'S TEETH. 13, HIGH STREET, TEHBY ("w.™ )• 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 ATTESDANOB AT PEMBROKE — Mr. Tracey, Jewell-er, Main Street-Every THURSDAY from I to 6 p.m. SAUNDERSFOOT-Alrs. 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. APPLES- COOKING-lid. per lb., extra large ,d and choice. DESSERT-lid. to 3d. per lb., each variety named. Carefully graded and packed by an Expert, in 281b. lots. PEARS- DESSERT-The very best varieties only supplied in 141b. lots. F. B. is offering in semi-wholesale lots, in order I 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. NEW FRUITS. PALMER'S STORES, High Street, TENBr, are now offering a choice assortment of NEW FRUITS, finest obtainable also a large selection of second grade and cheaper kinds. FHICES New CURRANTS. per tb 3d., 4d., 5d. "RAISINS" 3 £ d., 4d., 5d., 6d. SULTANAS 3d., 4d., 5d., 6d. COOKING FIGs. from per lb 3^1. CANDIED PEEL ? 4^1. 2 NEW FILBERTS, BRAZILS, WALNUTS, ALMONDS AND CHESTNUTS. New PLUM PUDDINGS and MINCEMEAT BY BEST MAKERS. Try our COCOA ESSENCE, D & S brand, tb tin for 4 £ d. MOLASSINE DOC & PUPPY CAKES & MEALS. WILLIAM SING BEG9 to inform Visitors and Inhabitants of Tenby and District that he has succeeded to his Brother's (the late Peter Sing) Business, and is Prepared to undertake WINDOW CLEANING, CARPET HAKING. FURNITURE and LUGGAGE REMOVALS, and odd jobs of all kinds. Estimates free. All orders promptly attended to and satisfaction guaranteed. Address-WILLIAM SINC, 3, Lexden Cottages, Lower Frog Street, Tenby. MARSTON'S, 24, Bradford Street, Birmingham. if.1. Modern light Funeral stock, sale or hire, New and Second-hand, 50, low prices, easy terms, Hearses, Cars, Coaches, Brakes, Landaus, Hansoms, J620. Illustrated catalogues and prices free. FOR 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 jB50 Price £7 10s. the lot.-Can be seen on application at F. B. MASON'S Fu niture Rooms, St. Julian Street, Tenby. TENBY, PEMBROKESHIRE. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD COTTAGE PROPERTIES. MR. F. B. MASON Has received instructions to offer for Sale by Public Auction, at the PUBLIC HALL, TENBY, On WEDNESDAY, December 8,1909, At Three o'clock in the afternoon (in such Lots as may be determined upon and subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall be then and there produced), all those FOUR FREEHOLD COTTACES & PREMISES, situate and known as Nos. 1, 2 and 3, CLARESTON ROAD, TENBY, including the Property known as "THE HILL." Nos. 1 and 2, Clareston Road are in the respective occupations of Mr. F. Mills and Mr. G. Perry on annual tenancies, at rentals of JE10 each per annum. No. 3 is in the occupation of Mrs. Rogers on an annual tenancy, at a rental of JE12 per annum; and the Premises known as "The Hill" is let to Mr. J. Davies upon a weekly tenancy, at a rental of 2s. 6d. The Tenants pay rates and taxes in each ease. For any further information apply to- MESSRS. MORGAN AND RICHARDSON, Solicitors, Cardigan; G. F. FORSDIKE, ESQ., Solicitor, 34, Queen Street, Cardiff; or the Auctioneer, St. Julian Street, Tenby. PUBLIC HALL, TENBY. Sale of a large assemblage of rare Old Furniture, a collection of Old Pewter, Brass and Copper Articles, Pictures, China, and various Objets d'Art, together with the Household Furniture, removed from Bryn-y-mor for convenience of sale by instructions received from M. M. MCCLELLAND, Esq., who is leaving Tenby. MR. FRANK B. MASON Has been favoured with instructions to Sell by Auction, in the above Hall, on WEDNESDAY, January 25th, 1910, The whole of the contents of BRTN-Y-IIOR, TENBT, which will include RARE and VALUABLE FURNITURE AND OTHER EFFECTS. Full particulars later. TERMS CASH. Goods on view day previous and morning of Sale. A Catalogue of valuable Lots will be prepared and be on sale shortly. Auction Officea-St. Julian Street, Tenby. II II T. P. HUGHES WILL Ol'EN HIS NEW PREMISES ON THURSDAY NEXT, December 9th. To inaugurate the event A SPECIAL SALE I WILL BE HELD FOR 14 DAYS. Some most extraordinary Bargains will be offered in all Departments. PARTICULARS LATER. T. P. HUGHES, High Street, TENBY. I 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 JFISZEHZtTO- 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. 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, TENBY. WANTED, immediately after Christmas (or possibly just before), for a period of four months, wich option of longer (for careful tenant, small family, no children), a comfortably FURNISHED HOUSK, containing 2 or 3 Sitting-rooms, 5 or 6 Bed- rooms, level Kitchen. Apply to Mr FRANK B. MASON, House Agent, Tenby. W. IVY GIBBS (Late W. LEWIS). EVERY DEPARTMENT is RIGHT UP-TO-DATE WITH NEW EXCLUSIVE AND BEST Manufacturers' Coods 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 Ageqt Prompt for Ip' THBYI Dispatch T BPERTHK Tenby and an" District. « |WORJ £ S|l quick return. — OLDEST and BEST. — MILFORD HOUSE, THE NORTON, TEN BY. 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. JELL-FURNISHED HOUSE, TENBY. To VI 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. CLIFFSIDE, TENBY. This well Furnished and conveniently situated House is to Let, with early possession. Three Sitting and six Bedrooms, Bath (h. and c.), Kitchen and offices on ground floor. Cellars in basement. One minute from Esplanade and sea front. Can be viewed by arrangement. Apply Mr F. B. MASON, House Agent, Tenby. HEYWOOD COTTAGE, TENBY.-This charming DETACHED RESIDENCE, splendidly situated on the outskirts of the town, standing in its own ornamental grounds, which contain some fine timber trees, is to Let, UNFURNISHED, with possession. The House contains pretty Drawing-room, with £ lass doors leading into spacious Conservatory; good Dining-room, Breakfast-room. Kitchen and usual offices on the ground floor; with five Bedrooms and Bath-room (fitted h. and c.) on the first floor. Coach-house and Stabling for two horses; large Kitchen Garden and Grass Paddock Splendid views of sea and country. Good sanitary arrange- ments and water supply. Moderate rent. Apply Mr F. B. MASON, House and Estate Agent, Tenby. No. 6, BELLEVUE, TENBY.-oThis largs 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, 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. CORNER SHOP and DWELLING-HOUSE in com- manding position to Let. Apply RANDALL, "The Motor House," Tenby. TO Let, from September 29th, HOUSE and SHOP in South Parade, known as RuABON HOUSE, con- taining 2 Sitting and 5 Bedrooms, Kitchen, and usual offices, and good Store m the rear. Apply WM. DAVIES, 3, Weston Terrace, Tenhy. HOLTSE to Let, large Rooms, every convenience. —Apply RANDALL, The Motor House," Tenby. FURNISHED APARTMENTS to Let.-Apply F 3, Queen's Parade, Tenby. STABLES on the GREEN, TKNBY, to Let. Saddle- room, 2 Loose Boxes, division for 3rd horse, over that big Loft, Coach-house with Bedroom over, and fair-sized Yard. Detached. Apply Mr F. B MASON, St. Julian Street, Tenby. O'T (list price) Hand-made VIOLINS, £ 2 12s., and I others up to £ 3 10s. Over 20 by recently deceased Leeds maker; bought by auction. 'CELLO, j315. Genuine bargains tor connoisseurs. No machine-made rubbish, Offer for 14 days only at the price. H. IDLE, Narberth. IADIES' HAIRDRESSING, MANICURE AND J FANCY.—A well-educated Young Lady re- quired as APPRENTICE. J. HODGES, Fern House, Tenby. GENERAL SERVANT Wanted. — Apply Mrs SQUIBBS, Napleton House Studio, Tenby. The following subscriptions are thankfully acknowledged by the Tenby Fire Brigade :— Mr Egerton Allen, 5s. Mr S. H. Owen, 10s. Mr M. Mathias Thomas, 5s. Mr E. W. John, 5s. Mr B. Span, 5s. Mr G. Prout, 5s. Mrs Hunter Kent, 5s. Major Sellar and Captain Jerrod, 6s. 6d. Mr R. H. Tuck, 2s. 6d. Imperial Hotel, 5s. Mr D. Harrison, 10s. Mr C. S. Smith, 5s. Mrs Leader, 5s. Dr. J. B. Hamilton, 5s. Mr Edwin Lloyd, 5s. Mr Richard Davies, 5s. Mr George Lord, 7s. 6d.; Mr E. Palmer, 5s.
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 Beadon, Miss, Castle Green, Cardigan Wilton house Castle, Mr and Mrs Michael, Eastbourne Rose cottage Davies, Miss, London 1 Gun fort Davies, Mrs, Castle Green, Cardigan.Wilton house Fryer, Mr and Mrs, Lydbrook, Gloucestershire Clareston house Goodier, Miss, Carmarthen Hereford house 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, Tenbury Bay view house Kenworthy, Mr and family, Cheltenham 34 Victoria street Kingsnorth, Miss, Woolwich 2 Somerset houses Leland, Miss, London 1 Gunfort Lawrence, Rev. R. G., Llanarthney 1 Gunfort Lloyd Philipps, Mrs, children and nurses, Dale Castle, Milford Clarence house Marshall, Major H. S. and Mrs, Chester Belmont house Massy, Mr and Mrs Arthur, Cuffern 20 Norton Rogers, Mr & Mrs. Carmarthen Llanstephan villa Rogers, the Misses (2), Carmarthen Llanstephan villa Seton, Major and Mrs, London.Marlborough house Seton, Miss, London Marlborough house Torkington, Captain and Mrs, Cranbrook Belmont house Woosnam, Mrs B. P. and Miss, Bletchingley Cliffside Ethclstonc House (7, Esplanade).—Miss Purcell, Mallow, co. Cork Lady Stewart, Carrickmore Hall, co. Tyrone, Ireland Mr and Mrs Lewis, Llan- drindod.
BETTER THAN >- WHISKEY. /V | r\ It's wiser to keep it out than I— drive it out. WEAR WARM WOOLLEN UNDER-GARMENTS. NATURE'S PROTECTION AGAINST WINTER. W. A. WOOD, For Wool Shirts, Wool Pants, Wool Vests, Wool Hosiery, Warm Overcoats, and Winter Outfitting. The Five Arches, TENBY. 1-id. in the 1/- allowed on all Club 2 Tickets. -&. A A CHEAPER THAN DOCTORS. [TELEPHONE No. 7.1 iltr izoe Utertfii? Observer. [ESTABLISHED 1853.] Circulation guaranteed more than Treble that of any other Local Paper. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 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. '1' In connection with the Tenby Hockey Club a dance was held at the Royal Gate House Assem- bly Rooms last (Wednesday) night. The Tenby Presbyterians will hold their annual sale of work in the Public Hall on Wednesday, December 15th. The BELGRAVE HOTEL, Esplanade, Tenby, is now open with every convenience and accom- modation for visitors. Freddy Davies, the champion runner, sails for South Africa on Saturday to fulfil several matches made with champions in Johannesburg. ..8 The Tenby Boy Scouts, under the command of Scout-Master Newcome, and Patrol Leaders Tower and Best, will attend service at Penally Parish Church next Sunday morning. Mr T. P. Hughes, draper, High Stroet, Tenby, will open his new premises in Upper Frog Street and St. Nicholas Lane next Thurs- day. 0$0 Anyone desirous of obtaining a pure and wholesome Mince Pie should not fail to book their orders with J. H. EVANS, Confectioner, Tenby. (Special paice, 14 for 1/-). At last week's whist drive, held in the lounge of the De Valence Gardens, Tenby, the lady's prize was won by Miss Hancock, and the gen- tleman's by Councillor G. H. Sandercock. The order for the illuminated address which the Tenby tradesmen will present to the Hon. Colwyn Philipps, upon his coming of age, has been entrusted to Mr F. Billing, stationer, Bellevue, Tenby. ■— — 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. v- The Rev. F. D. Rittenhouse, of San Fran- cisco, delivered a lecture on "The Twentieth Century Young Man," at the Tenby Wesleyan Church on Tuesday night before a crowded audience. Mr Morgan Griffiths, the well-known Carmar- then solicitor, died at his residence on Tuesday. The deceased gentleman, who was 63 years of age, was a native of Narberth, and well known throughout West Wales. As Mr and Mrs Cuninghame are vacating The Abbey, Penally, at an early date, this charming residence will be to let. Particulars can be obtained from the sole agent, Mr F. B. Mason, house and estate agent, Tenby. At the Public Hall, Tenby, next Wednesday afternoon, commencing at three o'clock, Mr F. B. Mason, will offer for sale by auction four freehold cottages situated in Clareston Road, Tenby, full particulars of which will be found in our advertisement columns this week. The Army Council have approved the ap- pointment of Colonel Robert Oliver Lloyd, vice-chairman of the Territorial Force Associa- tion for the county of Pembroke, to be chair- man, in succession to the late Colonel Edgar Holford Walker. Mr F. Billing, Bellevue, Tenby, is still offer- ing a fine range of apples and pears—the former at lid. and the latter at 4d. per lb. Mr Billing wishes to announce that as the fruit is now getting scarce orders should be placed with him at once. w Mr Marlay Samson, barrister, the prospec- tive Conservative candidate for Pembrokeshire, addressed a meeting of his supporters in the Tenby polling district at the Tenby Unionist Club on Wednesday night of last week, when Mr C. W. R. Stokes presided. With regard to the letter entitled A House- With regard to the letter entitled A House- holder's Complaint," and signed "S. which appeared in our last issue, it should be stated in fairness to the local police that our corres- pondent does not live within the jurisdiction of the Tenby police, his residence being beyond the boundary of St. Mary In-Liberty. »-M At a meeting of the stewards of the Tenby Hunt Week held on Monday afternoon, it was decided that the date of next year's Hunt Week (Monday, January 10th) should remain as at present fixed unless within a week anything transpired to cause an alteration of same, when the event would be held either a week later or earlier. »-M This year's statistics confirm the experience of previous motor shows they demonstrate that the British made Dunlop pneumatic tyre was again first favourite, the actual figures being 1072 Dunlops against 1341 tyres divided amongst a score of other manufacturers, home and foreign combined. The local stockists for this well-known tyre are Messrs. George Ace, Limited, Warren Street, Tenby. The new unarmoured cruiser Blanche was berthed alongside the Carr Jetty at Pembroke Dock-yard on Saturday afternoon, prepara- tory to the shipment of her boilers and machinery. The unarmoured cruiser Bellona, a sister ship, which is nearing completion and was lying at the jetty previously, is now berthed outside the Blanche. She will be dry docked during the present week. The Pneumatic Tyre majority celebration banquet was held recently at the Hotel Cecil, London, Prince Francis of Teck in the chair. The object was two-fold — to celebrate the twenty-first birthday of the Pneumatic Tyre, and to present Mr Harvey du Cros, chairman of Dunlop Pnenmatic Tyre Company, Limited, with a gold casket subscribed for by motorists throughout the world. Five hundred guests assembled from all parts of the kingdom and Continent, Pembrokeshire being represented by the pioneer of pneumatic tyres in Wales, Mr Geogre Ace, of Tenby. A successful smoking concert was held at the Tenby Liberal Club on Wednesday of last week, when Mr K. W. Hicks occupied the chair, and Mr Walter Davies's quadrille band played the accompaniments. During the interval the Chairman gave an excellent address on current politics, the enthusiasm of the members showing that they were perfectly ready for the coming fight. A billiard competition during the evening was also entertaining and novel. Plenty of artistes were present and some fine renderings of songs were given. A very enjoyable evening came to a close after singing "Land of my Father" and "God Save the King." Mr W. D. Meade King, M.I.C.E., Local Government Board Inspector, held an inquiry at the Council Chamber, Haverfordwest, last Thursday, into an application by the Council j. l nnAAA £- ¿ L i.' i? tu UUlTUW ;1;.GVVV lor lUtJ erection or iourreen workmen's dwellings in Prendergast. It was stated that there were practically no empty houses in the town, and that ten houses to be condemned were close to the site. Six tenders had been received for the new houses, and the lowest provisionally accepted. On the assump- tion that the money could be got at 3-L per cent. 2 the total annual expenditure would be JS152 8s., and with a weekly rent of 4s. 6d. each the total receipts would be £ 163 16s., or an annual profit of jSll 8s. There was no opposition. 0f 9 For the purpose of arranging a presentation to the Hon. Colwyn Philipps, son and heir of Lord St. Davids, Lydstep Haven, whose coming of age will be celebrated on Saturday, December 11th, a representatively-attended meeting of Tenby tradesmen was held in the Council Chamber last Friday evening, when a small committee was appointed to carry the matter through. Mr Edwin Lloyd, ironmonger, who convened the meeting, explained that the credit of the idea of a testimonial from the tradesmen of the town with whom Lord and Lady St. Davids dealt, must be given to Mr W. H. Phillips, of Warren Street, -who was the first to suggest it. A sum of nearly £ 5 was subscribed in the room. There is no question that the gramophone and phonograph play an important part in con- nection with the Christmas festivities, and to obtain the best results from these instruments it is essential that they should be in perfect working order. Mr A. \V. Randall, of "The Motor House," Tenby, is making a speciality just at present in effecting repairs to all kinds of these machines. In order to avoid dis- appointment, clients would do well to have their machines overhauled and adjusted now so as to have them ready for Christmas. Mr Randall has several new gramophone models on view, and he is sole local agent for the renowned Edison Phonograph and Cylinder Records and a real good Edison machine can now be had for the low sum of £ 3 3s. Mr Randall has also recently had delivered a good supply of the latest productions in Disc and Cylinder Records, which include sacred and others suitable for Yuletitfe. The Rev. D. F. Rittenhouse, M.A., B.D., of San Francisco, who has the reputation of being one of America's finest orators, will deliver his popular lecture "In Angel Meadows," in the Royal Gate House Assembly Rooms, Tenby, on Monday, December 13th, when a charge of Is. and 6d. will be made for admission. Mr Rittenhouse, who, by the way, is a relation of Mr J. P. Raynes, St. George Street, Tenby, has during his visit to the town, been in great request as a preacher, and has filled the pulpit of every local Nonconformist place of worship. As one of the Baptist missionaries in California, Mr Rittenhouse has achieved a remarkable success. As an orator, he is the master of an eloquence which must be heard to be appre- ciated, while the subject matter of his various lectures is of the deepest human interest. Since his arrival in Tenby he has created quite a fltrure in Nonconformist circles, and his forthcoming lecture will no doubt draw a full hou.se. His Honour Judge William Stevenson Owen, D.L., J.P., of Ty Gwyn, Abergavenny, Judge of the Cardiff County Court, Chairman of the I Quarter Sessions for Pembrokeshire and Haver- ford west, who died on 20th October last, aged 74, son of the late Mr William Owen, of Withy- bush, Pembrokeshire, left estate of the gross value of £ 19,615 10s. 3d., with net personalty of £ 16,151 14s. 8d., and probate of his will, dated 9th May, 1909, has been granted to his widow, Mrs Mary Ledger Owen, his son Captain William Owen, of Hay Hill, Middlesex, Mr William Price James, of the Lindens, Romilly Cresent, Cardiff, and Mr John Sankey, K.C., of Mitre 2, Court, Temple, London. The testator left £ 500 to his wife, and he left to his daughters Mary Emily Steel, Alice Winnifred Parkin, and Bessie Owen, his interest in a legacy left by the will of his father for the benefit of his sister Mary, and he left the residue of his estate upon trust for his wife for life with remainder as to S5000 to his daughter Mary Emily Steel, -03000 to his daughter Alice Winifred Parkin, but sums advanced to them are to be brought into notchpot, and £ 5000 to his daughter Bessie Owon, and the residue of his estate he left to his son Captain William Owen. J. E. ARNETT begs to invite inspection of his CHRISTMAS SHOW ROOM, which is now open and fully stocked with a choice assortment of elegant and useful articles, at all prices. J. E. ARNETT, THE LIBRARY, TENBY. »♦« A Haverfordwest correspondent says it is understood that a Lancashire firm are in nego- tiation with local land agents for a plot of land on the Johnstone Moors, with a view to the erection of a large chemical manure manu- factory. The Milford fish merchants have signed agreements to supply this Lancashire firm with theiish offal to be used at the factory. A tablet of handsome design has been erected in the Shire Hall, Haverfordwest, in memory of Mr Henry G. Allen, K.C., Paskeston. The inscription is as followsHenry George Allen, of Paskeston, in this county, one of His Majesty's counsel. Born 29th July, 1815. Died 25th November, 1908. He was educated at Rugby School and at Christ Church, Oxford. For many years he was Chairman of the Court of Quarter Sessions and also of the County Council of Pembrokeshire. He was the last member of Parliament for the Pembroke Boroughs, and the first for the United Boroughs of Pembroke and Haverfordwest. During his long life he was faithful to the interests of his native county. In his private benefactions he was generous, and he won the good will and esteem of all men as a conspicuous example of a scholar and a gentleman," The tablet, which has been erected by Messrs. Havard and Son, Haverfordwest, will shortly be publicly un- veiled. The Western Mail for the last couple of weeks has been engaged on the subject of discussing the advisability of forming a Welsh International Golf Team, and has been publish- ing the opinions of prominent golfers on the subject. This week it has taken the views of Mr F. E. L. Mathias Thomas, the well-known Tenby golfer, and says Mr F. E. L. Mathias Thomas, Tenby's plus man, is of the same opinion as Colonel' with regard to the proposed Welsh international golf team. He thinks it would materially heighten the standard of golf throughout Wales, and ho hopes that the suggestion will at once be taken up. Mr Mathias Thomas, it may be remembered, tried to arrange a match between the clubs of North and South Wales in 1903 for the purpose of forming an international team, but it was thought that the proposal was premature, con- sidering the standard of golf in Wales as it then stood. He again suggests one or two trial matches of this sort, and thinks that some more matches of the same kind as the East v. West match of 1907 might be arranged." Preaching at the Albany Chapel, Haverford- west, the other Sunday, the Rev. Owen Jacobs said we were giving only the fag-ends of our time and life to God and the best part was given to our own wordly pleasure. He com- plained of the frightful waste of time in Haver- fordwest, and mentioned how one night last week he made a tour of the town just to find out how the young men were spending their evenings. The first place he came to was a public house, and he could hear from the street that many young men were inside. This was not only a wasteful way of spending one's evenings, but it was full of evil consequences for the future. He next came to a hall where a whist drive and dance were being held. This was a frivolous pastime. In another hall there was roller skating. This pastime he regarded as injurious to bodily health, although they might not find it at the time. The next place he visited was a Literary Society meeting, and this Institution he especially commended to the young people of Haverfordwest. He urged all young men and women to attend these meetings as they were likely to reap from them a great deal of benefit.
TENBY CORPORATION. 18 COMMITTEE MEETINGS. THE CULVERT EXTENSION PLANS. EXPERT ENGAGED. PROPOSED NEW OFFICIAL GUIDE. On Monday afternoon the usual weekly meet- ing of the Tenby Corporation Committees were held, when a letter was read from Mr Chatter- ton, engineer, London, stating that he would be willing for a fee of thirty guineas to inspect the plans for the proposed extension of the Culvert and report on same to the Council. It was agreed that Mr Chatterton's offer be ac- cepted and the plans sent him.—A letter was read from Mrs Dunn complaining that a street lamp had been placed immediately opposite her drawing-room window, and obstructed her view. The letter was referred to the Gas Manager to see if he could alter the position of the lamp to suit Mrs Dunn.—A request from a widow, asking to be excused the District Rate, was declined, although the Council were unani- mously agreed that the applicant was a most deserving person.—A letter was read from Mr T. P. Hughes, asking the Council if they could prohibit heavy traffic through St. Nicholas Lane, as they could not see their way to close it to wheeled vehicles. The Council decided that they could not discriminate between vehicles using the lane.—It was decided to hold a meet- ing of the Tree Committee at an early date, people having applied for the trees on the North Cliff to be trimmed.-The Town Clerk reported that in accordance with the terms of the lease of the Silent Battery the Government were only able to utilize it for the public ser- vice.-A letter was read from the Local Govern- ment Board agreeing to the sale of a part of the Windmill Field to the Church, the purchase money to be invested in 2-L per cent. Consols. 2 The Town Clerk was instructed to carry the sale through.—A letter was read from Mr Webb, cashier National Provincial Bank, offering JE25 per annum for No. 2, St. Julian Terrace, pro. vided some little repairs was done and it was agreed to accept the offer.-A list of arrears of rent due to the Corporation was asked to be produced at a future meeting.—The Town Clerk read a letter from Mr May, advertising agent, London, to the effect that he could not supply 500 copies of the Tenby Guide asked for, but would be glad to reprint a new edition on re- ceipt of instructions from the Council. After some discussion it was decided that the Council should publish an official guide themselves, and that Mr R. L. C. Morrison and Mr E. H. Leach be asked to quote their terms for producing a suitable guide in collaboration.—An account for £100 from Messrs. Wills, Limited, advertising agents, London, was produced also a letter call- ing attention that this account was due for advertising on June 30th last, and asking for a cheque.-It was agreed to pay S100 on account of moneys due to Messrs. Wills without pre- judice to the Council's rights to an allowance for breach of contract—Councillor Mason's ap- plication for information as to why £200 a year was being paid to a Borough Treasurer who had left the town, was refused.