LIST OF VISITORS. RECENT ARRIVALS. Ashill, Mr A. J., Mountain Ash Stretton house Bolding, Mr and Miss, London, W. Hazelcroft Bliss, Mr and Mrs, London 3 Rock terrace Brooke, Miss Angel, Kensington.7 Greenhill avenue Buckley, Miss, Blundellsands, Liverpool Myrtle house Beale, Mr and Mrs A. S., Birmingham Llanboidy Beale, MDRN. L., Birmingham Llanboidy Ben well, Mr G., North Kensington.Manorbier villa Benwell, MrsE., North Kensington Manorbier villa Benwell, MissK., North Kensington Manorbier villa Benwell, Mr J., North Kensington.Manorbier villa Booker, Mr, Swindon Osborne cottage Brown, Mr and Mrs, Merthyr Tydvil 2 St David's cottages Bryan, Miss, Tibshelf 1 Avondale villas Bushell, Mr, Mrs and family, Birmingham 21 Victoria street Bent, Mr and Mrs, Bilston 4 Bellevue Bent, Miss and Master. Bilston 4 Bellevue Cordey, Miss L., Abertillery, Mon Tudor cottage Cooke, Mr, Mrs and family, Langley Green, Bir- mingham 2 Bellevue Cruickshank, Mr and Mrs J., Sandringham Gardens, Ealing, W. Kenchester cottage Clement, Mrs and Miss M. Cardiff Kenchester cottage Creece, Mrs and Miss, Cardiff Kenchester cottage Carlisle, Mr C. S. and family, Alderley Edge 4 Esplanade Church, Mr and Mrs, Swansea 5 Bellevue Church, Master and the Misses, Swansea.5 Bellevue Conybeare, Mrs, Pinner 31 Victoria street Clark, Mr and Mrs, Lydney Rock house, Penally Clark, Miss and Miss Doris, Lydney Rock house, Penally Cass, Mr, London 2 St David's cottages Davies, Mrs and the Misses, Maesyffynon, Trealaw Giltar house Davies, Mr and Mrs J. and family, Gellifalwg, Tonypandy Giltar house Evans, Mr and Mrs William P., Bidston, Birken- head 2 Somerset houses Evans, Miss Muriel S., Bidston, Birkenhead 2 Somerset houses Evans, Mr E. H. S. and Master Ernest. Bidston, Evans, Mr and Mrs, Switzerland.31 Victoria street Birkenhead 2 Somerset houses Farmer, Mrs H. E., Rushall, Staffs 2 Albert view Gittings, Misses A. and M., Walsall, Staffs 2 Albert view Gillard, Miss L., Mountain Ash Stretton house Griffin, Mr, Mrs and the Misses, Dublin Clarence house Gibbins, Mrs, Neath 4 Esplanade Gibbins, Miss M., Neath 4 Esplanade Gibbins, Dr,. Neath 4 Esplanade Gunter, Lieut.-Colonel, Mrs and the Misses, Clifton 8 Queen's parade Geoghegan, Miss. London 3 Marine terrace Harrison, Mr, Mrs and Miss Maynard C., Dinas Powis, Glarn 2 St Catherine's terrace Harris, Mr Silas, Merthyr Tydvil 11 Culver park Hooper, Mr F Merthyr Gill cottage Heron, Mrs. London Post Office, Penally Heron, Mr J. B., Pembroke-Dock Post Office, Penally Humphryies, Mrs, Master J., nurse and baby, Mon- mouth Hereford house Holme, Mr, Mrs and son, Prestbury, Glos. 24 Victoria street Ifyett, Mrs and Miss, Cheltenham 1 Ivy cottages Hay, Mrs and Miss, Hanley Castle, Worcestershire 1 Ivy cottages Harrison, Mrs M. Colchester, Rhymney, Mon 2 St Catherine's terrace Hughes, Mr and Mrs T. LI., Griffithstown 16 Clareston road Holcombe, Miss, London 3 South cliff street Holmes, Miss. London 3 South cliff street Isaac, Miss, Hanley Castle, Worcestershire 1 Ivy cottages Jones, Miss K., Merthyr Gill cottage John, Miss, Newport 1 St Julian street Jones, Mrs, Carmarthen 1 Avondale villas Kir.g, Mrs. London Llanstephan villa Knight, Mrs and Miss, Aberdare 12 Park road Litchfield, Mr John, Liverpool Troy house La Touche, Mrs Henry Digges, Fleet, Hunts Melrose La Touche, the Misses Digges, Fleet, Hants Melrose Leeds, Sir Edward J., Bart., and Lady, Cheltenham 1 Croft terrace Lowis, Sir Walter Llewellyn and Lady, London 3 Marine terrace Lampitt, Mr, Mrs and family, Birmingham 21 Victoria street Lewis, Mr and Mrs W. and family, Cardiff 2 Primrose cottages Middleton. Mr and Mrs E., Treorchy Manorbier villa Middleton, Mr Harry and Master Albert, Treorchy Manorbier villa Middleton, Miss May, Treorchy Manorbier villa Morse, the Misses (2), Haverfordwest.4 Picton road Miller, Mr and Mrs Hubert and family, Bowdon Clement dale Meadows, Miss II., Gloucester Beverley house MacGeorge, Mr H. E., R.E., Pennar Barracks Post Office, Penally McTaggard, Mr and Mrs, Penarth Clarence house Morris, Mr A., Abertillery, Mon Tudor cottage Nunn, Mr and Mrs, New Cross, London Saltwood house Perks, Mr and Mrs George, Norwich Clareston house Perry, Mr and Mrs T. J. and child, Merthyr Tydvil Elmbrae Penn, Mr H., Birmingham Llanboidy Philpot, Mrs, Cardiff 1 Avondale villas Read, Mr and Mrs, London 4 Harding street Richards, Miss, Whitland 2 Park terrace Rowley, Miss, Cradley, Staffs Troy house Shiers, Mr and Mrs J. F. and party, Alderley Edge Clarence house Shelton, Mr, Leicester Vine cottage Stein, Mr and Mrs Leo and Master Leslie, London Eaton cottage Saich, Miss, Pinner 13 Victoria street Stuart-Holcombe, Mrs C., London 3 South cliff street Stuart-Holcombe, Mr C. J., London 3 South cliff street Thomas, Miss F., Maenclochog 7 South cliff street Thomas, Mr, Mrs and family, Longford Court, Meath 1 Rock terrace TWJgg, Mr, Mrs and Miss, Cradley, Staffs Troy house Twigg, Miss C. W., Johannesburg Troy house Tyldesley, Mrs. London Elsdale Trimingham, Mr G. M., Dumfries 2 Albert view Trumper, Rev. J. and Mrs, Bryngwyn Rectory, Raglan 2 St Catherine's terrace Ward, Mr, FitzJames Avenue, West Kensington, 2 St Catherine's terrace Williams, Mr and Mrs James and family, Chester 4 St Julian terrace Wright, Mrs, North London Hazelcroft Wbitmore, Miss, Prestbury, Glos. 24 Victoria street W ones, Mr, Straits, near Dudley 4 Bellevue Walker, Mrs, London Elsdale Withers, Miss J., London Melrose Webster, Mr, Mrs and Master J., Stockport 2 South cliff street Watkins, Mrs and the Misses Dorothy and Marjorie, Swansea 12 Edward street Ethelstone House (7, Esplanade).—Mr and Mrs John Lee and family, Liverpool; Mr A. A. Lee, Hertford Mr Merk, Horsham Mr E. Lee, Miss Lee, London; Mr and Mrs Woodhouse and family, Mr and Mrs Albert and family, Cradley Heath. Cawdor House.—Professor and Mrs Duff, Miss and Master Duff, Newcastle-on-Tyne; Mrs Imlay, Aberdeen; Mr and Mrs Monk, Ryde; Mrs Lang- ham, Wolverhampton Mr Slack and Masters Slack, Stockport; Miss Dalley, Harrow Mr and Mrs Parish, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Sheasby and the Misses Sheasby, Coventry Mrs Harvey Preen, London Mrs Weaver, the Misses Weaver, Chew Stoke, Somerset Mrs P. H. Weaver, Clifton Mr H. Weaver, Hong Kong; Miss Fowke, Shropshire. Goscar House. — Mrs S. Smith and family, War- minster. Wilts Mrs Aubrey Butler, baby and nur.ss, Bryn Gomer, Pontrhydyrun, Mon Mrs F. G. Ebsworth, baby and nurse, St. Petersburg. Royal Gate Home Hotel.—Mrs and Miss Coltart, Lieut. Coltart, Oxford Rev. Mr Carter, Cxford; Mr and Mrs Hartree and family, Hereford; Mr and Mrs Dyson and family and Miss Marshall, Timperley, Cheshire; Mr Griffin, London; Mrs Milne and family and nurse, Glanmire, Co. Cork; Mr Villiers Massy, London Mr Smee, London Mr Elphick, Bristol; Major and Mrs Thompson and chauffeur; Miss Barkworth and niece, East- bourne Mrs Paynter and family, Eastbourne; Mr and Mrs Woolf, Mr and Mrs Jacob and chauffeur, Swansea Misses Miller, Mrs Callman, Mr Watkins, Lyinm, Cheshire Mr Cooper, Stroud Mr Nichols, Swansea. Rodney's Dining Rooms. — Miss Giblett. Cardiff; Mrs Harding, Miss Harding, Miss G. Harding, Miss K. Harding, Cardiff Mrs Porter and family. Cardiff. [/•'or other Visitors see rage 4].
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LOCAL SIFTINGS. .8.. The funeral of General Sir Frederick Fores- tier-Walker, who died at Tenby last week, took place at Bushey, Herts, on Saturday. Visitors to London will find excellent accom- modation at the NORFOLK SQUARE HOTEL," just opposite the arrival platform at Paddington Station. Moderate Tariff. Night Porter. —— The BELGRAVE HOTEL, Esplanade, Tenby, is now replete with every convenience and accom- modation for visitors. Tariff upon application to Manageress. Miss Alico Davies, of Houghton, Carew, a pupil at the Tenby County School, has passed the Matriculation Examination of the Univer- sity of Wales. This is the fourth success at University Matriculation obtained this summer. ■ ♦♦♦ At a preliminary meeting in connection with the new Ten by Ratepayers' Association, held last (Wednesday) night, Mr Lawfurd Evans, Malvern House, Esplanade, was suggested as first chairman. One section of the delegates at Blaenanerch Sassiwn spent the evenings discussing ghosts, corpse caudles, and other weird superstitions. A well-known Pembrokeshire minister was the only unbeliever in these things in the group. Mr Ernest W. James, the popular manager of the Do Valence Gardens during his brother's (Mr Sydney James) season, will take his annual benefit next Wednesday night, for which occa- y 11 sion a very attractive programme has been arranged. $-4-9 Under the heading of "What of Tenby?" a correspondent signing himself "Starved Tripper," writes on Monday to the South Wales Daily Neivs: Has 'Salopiati' ever visited Ten by ? Impossible. Has any tripper ever found a restaurant in Tenby or had a cup of tea there at a reasonable price ? On Tuesday afternoon while the steamer Bonahaven was unloading coal in Tenby Har- bour a cart and horse belonging to Mr George Thomas, New Hedges, went backwards and fell on to the deck of the boat. Fortunately neither cart nor horse received any injury, the latter, under the direction of Mr Robert Rogers, being very skilfully extricated from its uncom- fortable position in the gangway between the bulwarks and the railing round the hold. • The well-known yacht Condor, belonging to Lieutenant Chadwick, R.N., which has been laid up in Tenby Harbour for the past two seasons, is to be sold without reserve by Mr F. B. Mason, auctioneer, alongside the craft on Saturday, September 10th, at 3.30 p.m., as her owner, having left Tenby, has no further use for her. The Condor won several prizes at different regattas in the Bristol Channel, and her sale will afford a good opportunity for securing a safe, comfortable and well-found cruiser at a low price. The yacht and inventory of stores can be viewed by arrangement with the Auctioneer. But for an occasional day (says a writer in last week's Welshman) when the suns tips everything with gold for six or seven hours at a stretch, it might be said that recent weather here has been the reverse of cheerful. On a few occasions it drizzled steadily from morning to night, and oftener than not the dry days have been gloomy, threatening, and very windy. Christmas Day has often been more inviting, for the winter climate at Ten by is nearly always sweet and mild to a degree unknown inland, as many bronchitic patients are thankful to know." ♦♦♦ — The sound of the old Bristish tongue is rather a rarity on Ten by sands, but it is all the more welcome when it does assert itself. There was such an occasion last Friday when the Blaenconin and Gelly Baptist Sunday-schools came by train from Clynderwen for a day trip to the seaside. The party num- bered something like 320, as about 250 came from Blaenconin and probably 70 from Gelly. A great proportion of the pleasure-seekers was made up of youngsters, who scrambled over the rocks, and romped about the beach to their hearts' content, giving fluent expression all the while to their happiness in pure Cymraeg, which a lady visitor from Nottingham mistook for German. +++--— In aid of the Rowland Hill Benevolent Fund, which succours Post Office widows and orphans, a concert and limelignt view entertainment will take place in the Royal Gate House Assembly Rooms, Tenby, on Tuesday, Sep- tember 13th. Part one will consist of a hundred "Post Office Pictures" of a romantic, witty, pathetic, adventurous and humorous character, while the second half will be devoted to a programme contributed to by well-known local artistes. Tickets (2s., Is., and 6d.), may be obtained at the local Post Office or from members of the staff; also at the doors. Re- served seats can be booked at the Box Office of the De Valence Gardens, whilst purchasers of 2s. tickets from other sources can mark off their seats on the plan there. Mr Albert Chevalier and his company will pay a visit to the Royal Gate House Assembly Rooms, lenby, on Saturday evening, when he wiH present a special programme.0 Referring to Mr Chevalier's appearance before his latt) Majesty, the Daily Telegraph said It is not without interest to note that Mr Chevalier's appearance at Sandringham House last night was designed by the King as a pleasant surprise for Queen Alexandra. The fact that the enter- tainment was to be given was kept a secret almost to the last moment, and it may well be that the enjoyment it afforded the Royal Audience was none the less keen on that account. At any rate, Mr Chevalier was de- lighted with the reception he met with. An audience assembled in a private house, it is well known, rarely inspires an artist, but for once in a way the general rule seems to have been broken. There was nothing to discourage the performer on this occasion, the attitude of those before whom he was summoned to appear being one of manifest appreciation. It is, perhaps" permissible to add in this connection that the xv n1 TaS Parti°ularly struck by Kaiser \\ilhelms intimate knowledge of colloquial English, as repeatedly shown by His Majesty's enjoyment of songs, the whole point of which would be missed by anybody less closely con- versant with our language. Certain it is that the Emperor laughed as heartily as any of the kings guests at what was mirth-provokincr in the programme. But in two of his item! a monologue presenting a broken-down French tiddler and another introducing an old-timo actor who has seen better days, Mr Chevalier struck a note of pathos, and in this particular mood was no less successful in winning his audience's applause than he was in the inter- pretation of such light-hearted ditties as that 'T,h,e Future Mrs 'Awkins,' and Mafekin Night.
VILLAGE FETE AT LYD5TEP. -4 I" v- LIST OF AWARDS. In connection with the above, held in White- wells Field, near Lydstep, last week, the fol- lowing is the list of the various awards PLANTS IN POTS. Collection-Mr Hemans, Ivy Tower. Geranium-Miss Alice Davies, Manorbier. CUT FLOWERS. Collection of Sweet Peas— 1st, Mr F Bm-nnn M„norbie, 2nd Mr W. Cl.rk,' aLorbiS? Sd,' Miss G. Davies, Manorbier. Bouquet of Flowers- 1st, Mrs Isaac Davies Lyditep; 2nd, Miss A. Harrington, Manorbier Bouquet of Wild Flowers — 1st, Miss Violet Griffiths, Lydstep; 2nd, Master T. Griffiths, Penally.. Table Decoration-Miss O. Davies, Manorbier. Collection of Pressed Wild Flowers-Master John Williams, White wells. VEGETABLES. Potatoes, two kinds-1st, Mr J. Gwyther, St Florence; 2nd, Mr James Williams, Whitewells • 3rd, Mr Henry Williams, Lydstep. Largest and Heaviest Potato—Mr II. Hnehe<? Manorbier. 8 1 Collection oj Vegetables, three hinds-lat, Mr D Davies, Manorbier; 2nd, Mr R. Phillips, St. Florence; 3rd, Mr E. Davies, Lydstep. Collection of Vegetables, six kinds—1st, Mr James Williams, Whitewells; 2nd, Mr J. Lewis St Florence 3rd, Mr George Thomas, Jameston. Collection -of Vegetables, nine kinds—1st Mr Thomas Penally 2nd, Mr J. Griffiths, Lydstep. Special Prize—Mr Clark, Manorbier. FRUIT. Collection of three kinds—hits Beddoe, Penally Collection of six kinds-Mr Minifie, Manorbier" Special Prize-Mr T. Brown, Penally. HOME EXCELLENCE. Currant Cuktr—1st, Miss Edwards, St. Florence: 2nd, Miss M. Hughes, Manorbier. Loaf oj Bread—1st, Mrs Philipps. Jameston; 2nd, Mrs Martin, Lydstep. Buttcr (plain)-lst, Miss M. Williams, Penally; 2nd, Mrs Murphy, Manorbier. Butter (fancy)—Mrs Griffiths, Lydstep. .Jam-1st, Miss E. Beynon, Penally; 2nd, Miss A. Rees, Manorbier. 1Iollcy-1st, Mr Meyrick, Jameston 2nd. Miss Protheroe, Penally. Egut (brown)—1st, Mrs J. Griffiths, Jameston- 2nd, Miss Voyle, St. Florence. Eggs (white)—Mrs Williams, Whitewells. Trussed FOlel-Miss A. Llewelyn, Jameston. Tudor Griffiths, Lydstep. Plain Seiviizg-lst, Mrs Dixon, Lydstep; Miss Lottie Griffiths, Jameston; 2nd, Miss Llewelyn, St. Florence. J F"nc!, Work-lst. Miss Ingram, Manorbier; Miss L. Beddoe, St. Florence; 2nd, Miss Schoiield St. Florence Miss Mansell, Lydstep. Knitting—Mrs Bryant, Manorbier. Ladies' Shirt Blouse-1st, Miss Murphy, James- ton; Miss C. Protheroe, Manorbier. Ladies' Trimmed Blouse — 1st, Miss Clifton Penally; Miss M. A. Murphy, Jameston. Trimmed lIat-Miss A. Davies, Lydstep- Miss Clifton, Penally. Wood Carving-Mr W. Watkins, Manorbier. Chip Carving—Mr M. Davies, Penally. Specimen of Daming-1st, Miss Lottie Griffiths, Jameston; 2nd, Mrs Athoe, St. Florence; Miss O. Davies, Manorbier. Starched Collar—1st, Mra Mansell, Lydstep j 2nd, Mrs Harries, Lydstep. Miscellaneous—Miss Parcell, Manorbier. Special Prize for Exhibit costing less than Is.- Mr L. Jensen, Lydstep. DRAWING. For competitors under 16 (animal, subject to be chosen by the competitor)—1st, Jack Sanders- 2nd, James John. Special Prize—W. B. James. SPORTS. Men's Race—1st, T. Rixon; 2nd, Holford Walker Bicycle Gymkhana—1st, W. Evans; 2nd Albert Edwards; 3rd, W. Phillips. Slow Bicycle Ilacc—1st, A. Edwards 2nd, A. Williams 3rd, A. Davies. !Joys' Race-1st, R. Scourfield; 2nd, A Williams; 3rd, A. Davies. Egg and Spoon Race-1st, Richard Williams 2nd, Holford Walker. 300 Yards Flat Handicap—1st, W. Lewis; 2nd E. Davies; 3rd, B. Harts. Three-Legged Race -1st, Bros. Brown; 2nd Allen Davies and partner 3rd, A. Edwards and A. John. Sack Race-1st, B. Harts 2nd, H. Brown 3rd O. Bancroft. Walking Race—1st, F. Meyrick; 2nd, F. B. Mason 3rd, T. Protheroe. Tug of Jf ar—St. Florence Team.
ASSEMBLY ROOMS, TENBY. SATURDAY, September 10th, 1910. ONE NIGHT ONLY I MR. ALBERT CHEVALIER AND HIS conynIP-A.isrir. MR. CHEVALIER will be supported by MISS TRESILIAN DAVEY (SOPRANO), AND MR. J. C. HOLLIDAY (SOLO PIANIST AND ACCOMPANIST). PRICES OF ADMISSION Numbered and Reserved Seats 4s. & 3s. Unreserved. 2s. Admission Is. (Limited) Booking Office for Reserved Seats :—Mr. A. COWTAN, Music Warehouse. The 2s. Tickets may also be obtained at the above Booking Office, and will be admitted, with- out extra charge, by an Early Door at 7.15. Ordinary Doors (for Admission by Payment). 7.30 p.m. Commence at 8. Carriages at 10 p.m. HE VALENCE (MRDENS, TENBY, Proprietor Mr GEO. CHILES. Managers Messrs. BARING BROS. Acting Manager (for Mr Sydney James' Season) Mr ERNEST J AMKS THE PREMIER PLACE OF AMUSEMENT. ITIG-HTLY AT 8 ZP.IMI. MATINEES Wednesday and Saturday at 3 p.m. THIS WEEK- "THE SO AND SO'S." NEXT WEEK- 1 "THE FISHERS." Popular Prices-3d., 6d. and 1/ ROYAL GATE HOUSE ASSEMBLY ROOMS TENBY. UNDER DISTINGUISHED PATRONAGE. POST I OFFICE CONCERT. In aid of Post Office Widows and Orphans, etc.- ROWLAND HILL FUND. PART 1. 100 Limelight Views. "POST OFFICE PICTURES." Romantic, Witty, Pathetic, Adventurous, Humourous, etc., etc. PART 2. CONCERT.-Varied, Popular and pleasing Programme. TUESDAY, September 13th, 1910. Doors open 7.30 p.m.; commence 8 p.m. Tickets may be obtained at the Post Office, or members of the Staff; also at the doors; or Box Office, De Valence Gardens. Reserved Seats, 2s. Second Seats, Is. Admission 6d. TENBY COUNTY SCHOOL. Head Master: Mr. J. W. B. ADAMS, M.A. (Oxon.), B.A. (Lond). Assisted by a competent Staff. THE above School RE-OPENS on THURSDAY, JL September 15th, 1910. As the School Year logins in September, Parents who intend sending their Children to the School are strongly advised to send them at the beginning of the School Year. Half a Term's notice in writing, given to the Head Master at the commencement or middle of a Term, of the withdrawal of a pupil is required, or half a Term's fees must be paid in lieu of notice. The Governors are prepared to grant Bursaries to assist Pupils. Applications can only be considered at the beginning of the School Year, and should reach me, the undersigned, not later than Septem- ber 8th, 1910. For further particulars, prospectus, forms of ap- plication for admission, etc., apply to the Head Master; or to T. M. EASTLAKE, Picton Road, Tenby, Clerk to Governors. August 31st, 1910. NEW REUUIiAK STEAMSHIP SERVICE. mEMRS. JOHN BACON, LTD., have arranged Ir i Rpgnlar Steam Communication between Liver pool, Wexford, Bristol, Swansea and Tenby, leaving Liverpool every Saturday, Bristol every Wednesday, Swansea every Thursday, arriving at TENBY IE "V IE IR, 3T FRIDAY For the conveyance of Goods and Passengers. Live Stock carried between Wexford and Bristol. Ex- cellent Passenger accommodation. FARES- Tenby to Liverpool, Deck, single, 6s.; Cabin, single, 12s. 6d. Special Raund Trip, lasting about seven days- Tenby to Liverpool, Wexford, Bristol, Swansea, and back to Tenby, £ 3 3s. This includes berths, meals and cabin fees. For further particulars aoply to E. F. WALL, AGENT, Clifton Rock, Tenby or JOHN BACON, LTD.. at Bristol, Swansea, Wexford, Milford Haven & Port Talbot. Head Office 3, Rumford Street, Liverpool 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, HANgy WEEK-END CASES, DRESS BASKETS, TRUNKS. BEDSTEADS, A 6 £ d- BAZAAR, 2 And almost every Household Requisite. Royal Daylight Petroleum and Incandescent Cas Mantles always in Stock. Experienced Workmen engaged on the Premises. TELEPHONE NO. 15. H A L LS VIL L E HOUSE, VICTORIA STREET, TENBY.—To Let, UNFURNISHED contains 8 Bed- rooms, 4 Sitting-rooms, Bath-room and usual offices. No basement. Excellent sanitary arrangements. Moderate rent. Apply Mr F. B. MASON, House and Estate Agent, Tcnby. __0- lEAFY LYTHAM. —A lovely place for a Lazy j Holiday. The Children's Paradise. South Aspect. Clean and Safe Sands. Two-mile stretch of Grass Promt nade. Charming surrounding ycenery. Se en miles from Blackpool.—Write for Apartment Advertising Terms to Timet Office, Lj thani. TENBY HARBOUR. Sale of the 20-ton Yacht Condor, together with her complete outfit of Spars, Standing Rigging, Sails, Running Rigging, Anchor and Chain, Pig Iron Ballast, Fittings, and General Gear. MR. FRANK B. MASON Is instructed by Lieut. CHADWICK, R.N., to Sell by Auction (without reserve), On SATURDAY, September 10th, 1910, At 3.30 p.m. precisely, on the QUAY, TENBY, along- side the vessel, the well found, strongly built, and well-known Cruising YACHT "CONDOR," Together with the following Spars, Sails, Gear, and Stores :— Punt, one pair Oars, one pair Sculls, Derricks for Punt, Boat's Davits, Awning, complete set of Sails, Side Lights, Anchor Lights, Compass, Tiller, two Water Breakers, Cooking Stove, Leaf Table for Cabin, Anchor and Cable. Length of deck, 50ft.; beam, 10ft. 2in.; draught of water, 6ft.; metal fastened and sheathed built of hard wood and a fast sailer. Also a ROWING BOAT. May be viewed by arrangement. TERMS-CASH. Auction Offices-St. Julian Street, Tenbv. PUBLIC HALL, TENBY. Sale of a large assemblage of Household Furniture and Miscellaneous Effects, removed from No. 3, Croft Terrace and other places for convenience of Sale. MR. FRANK B. MASON Is instructed by Major BURLEIGH LEACH and others to Sell by Auction, in the above Hall, on WEDNESDAY, September 21, 1910, A LARGE QUANTITY OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Including INLAID ROSEWOOD BEDROOM SUITE. CHESTERFIELD SETTEE and two Easy Chairs en mite, in green silk damask. Full-size Horizontal GRAND PIANO, by Broad- u-ood, in rosewood case. Vis-a-Vis and other Settees, hair-stuffed, in tapes- try; 6ft. Gin. Mirror back Walnut Sideboard; ditto Dinner Waggon; ditto Dining Table; 12 Walnut Dining-room Chairs, hair-stuffed, in real leather Ebonized fall-front Writing Table ditto Inlaid Music Canterbury Walnut Davenport; white painted Glazed Corner Screen four-fold Carved Indian Screen Ebonized and Gilt Over- mantel; ditto Brackets lot of framed Engravings, some signed proof by Landseer and others various Oil Paintings; lot of nice Water Colours in gilt frames Mahogany Writing Table Carpets, Ornaments, etc. A lot of expensive Brass Fenders, Fire Imple- ments, Spark Guards, Coal-boxes, etc. TABLE CUTLERY, ELECTRO-PLATED GOODS. BREAKFAST, TEA and DINNER SERVICES. Excellent Mahogany Sideboard with mirror back a ditto Dining Table, 4ft. wide, with extra leaves. OVER 200oz. OF SILVER, including beautiful pierced Fruit Dishes; dainty Rose-water Dishes of Antique design; Miniature Coach and Four Sleigh Basket; shaped Cake Basket, with roses in high relief; Silver Gilt Vases; Silver-mounted Box for Cards; plain Hot Water Jug. PLATED ARTICLES. Oval Soup Tureen Tea-pots Biscuit Jars; Strawberry and Cream Dish very pretty Kettle and Lamp; Ivory handle Crumb Scoop—mostly by Mappin Brothers, Rare and costly Chinese Brass Vases; Old Persian Wine Ewers pair Rockingham Figures and Dresden ditto. TERMS CASH. Sale to commence at Two o'clock pi-ompt. Admission to Sale-room SIXPENCE, which will be credited to every purchaser. Auction Office.:i-St. Julian Street, Tenby, August 23rd, 1910. II Oorsets of Quality We are making a speciality this season of high-class corsets. That means much to the woman who wishes to dress well, for it is an acknowledged fact that even the smartest costume becomes ineffec- tive unless it rests upon the sure foundation of a perfect-fitting corset. If you have any difficulty in ob- taining your right corset we invite you to call. I We are now showing the latest I models of the leading makes IT The corsets we want to show you reach almost the limit of quality. They are made on correct anatomical lines, and are designed especially for the per- fect development of the slim figure which is essential to the well-dressed woman of to-day. We stock corsets at all prices and at every price we offer you exceptional value. T. P. HUGHES, 12, High Street, TE2STBY. II C. J. HOFFMANN, GOLDSJY.I:ITH'S HALL, HIGH STREET, TENBY (Nearly opposite Cobourg Hotel), Watch and Clock Maker, Jeweller, Optician and Engraver. All Engraving, including Crests, Monograms, Inscriptions, etc., done on the Premises the same day as received at very moderate charges. Plain Lettering on Cold, Silver or Brass 8d. per doz. letters. IlfALL PAPERS from Isd. per Roll. Any i quantity, large or small WHOLESALE PRICES. Stock exceeds 250,000 Rolls all classes. Write for Patterns, stating class required. (Dept. 106) BARNETT WALL PAPER Co., Ltd., Knott Mill, MANCHKSTBR. rTPO Let, HOUSE and SHOP in South Parade, known i. as RUABON HOUSE, containing 2 Sitting and 5 Bedrooms, Kitchen, and usual offices, and good Store in the rear. Apply WM. DAVIES, 3, Weston Terrace, Tenby. QUEEN'S PARADE, TENBY. Cosy little House in this Terrace is to Let from Christmas next. —Particulars from Mr F. B. MASON, House Agent, Tenby. No. 3, LANGDON VILLAS, WARREN STREET, TENBY.—T« Let, with possession 3 Sitting and 5 Bedrooms, Kitchen and offices, 2 W.C.'s. No base- ment, Rent £ 19 19s. Apply Mr F. B. MASON, House Agent; or Mrs COLE, Clement Dale, Tenby. THE TENBY DRUG STORES (OPPOSITE TOWN HALL) ARE NOTED FOR LARGE STOCK AND LOW PRICES. TRY OUR BARK and PHOSPHORUS TONIC For Weakness, Lassitude, Debility, Loss of Appetite, Neuralgia, etc., and as a General Tonic. Sold in 1/- Bottles only. OTHER SPECIALITIES- LIYESERS LINSEED UNCTUS. LIYESEY'S LIYER TONIC. LIYESERS BLOOD MIXTURE. SPECIAL CORN CURE, 6d. Bottle. THE TENBY DRUG STORES, H. C. PHILLIPS, M.P.S., late LIVESEY. Chemist and Optician. W. IVY GIBBS THE HOUSE FOR BEST QUALITY AND VALUE IN SHEETS, SHEETING, QUILTS, BLANKETS, HOUSEHOLD LINENS AND LAOE CURTAINS. EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS IN CARPETS, Oilcloth and Linoleums, Mats, Rugs, etc. We hold a large Stock of BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING AT KEEN PEICES. INSPECTION INVITED. Sole Ager\t Prompt t !or „ Di8,,atc,, Tenby and ijjyjji and District. quick return. III MILFORD HOUSE, II TENBY, IMPORTANT NOTICE! OPENING OF NEW BRANCH Palmer's Stores AT 15, WARREN STREET, (Under the management of Mr. D. GARRATT.) An entirely New and varied Stock of High-class GROCERIES ana PROVISIONS, etc., At lowest possible Cash Prices. MRS. W. A. GARTHWAITE (L. C. HAY, L.R.A.M.), ^cco:r^:p^isriST, Lessons given in Pianoforte Playing. For Terms apply EATON COTTAGE, TENBY. ST. OSWALD'S HOUSE, TENBY.-To Let, Furnished, for the winter, on favourable terms. Three Sitting-rooms, seven Bedrooms, Kitchen and usual offices. Nice Garden and Workshop. Charming situation. Good sanitary arrangements. An offer to purchase would be considered. Further particulars of Mr F. B. MASON, House and Estate Agent, Tenby. FARMHOUSE APARTMENTS.-To Let, con- I' taining 4 Bedrooms and 2 Sitting-rooms, from the 30th of August. J. BRACE, Park Farm, Manorbier. TWYCROSS COTTAGE.-Pleasantly situated on outskirts of Tenby—7 Rooms, Workshop, Garden, and Paddock, to let at J618 per annum. Apply Mr F. B. MASON, House Agent, Tenby. A PARTMENTS.—To Let, one Sitting and one A or two Bedrooms.—Apply 3, Queen's Parade, Tenby. MANORBIER.—To Let, for September, two Sitting-rooms and three Bedrooms. Apply F. BRACE, South Norton, Manorbier. SHOOTING to Let, 100 acres, within one mile of Tenby. Apply "R. Observer Office, Tenby. BELLEVUE FRUIT STORES (Opposite Cobourg Hotel "). F. BILLING Having arranged with a firm of growers of TOMATOES to buy in large quantities for spot cash, ho is enabled to offer exceptional value. The Fruit is specially picked in best condition and sent direct. Choice smooth per lb. Selected 5d. » Seconds 4d. „ Carriage paid 011 121b. baskets to Stations within 50 miles of Tenby. CHOICE PLUMS for Preserve. 3/- and 4/- per dozen lb. Apples, Pears, Plums, Melons, and all kinds of Vegetables. TYPEWRITING. All kinds of typewriting promptly and accurately executed. Price list on application. Typewriting taught. Moderate terms.—JAMES A. RICHARDS, 10, Park Road, Tenby. FOR SALE. — Mr. ISAAC THOMAS, Falmouth House, Tenby, has just completed three Ma- hogany Cabinet Cases, fitted with twelve drawers circular drawer fronts of rare Pollard oak. 1. T. has just forwarded one with eighteen drawers to London. WANTED, Young Girl APPRENTICE to the Photography.—Apply SQUIBBS, Tenby. j THE NEW BISCUIT. j "BEDFORD" a s for Rich General Shortbread Family BiscuitUse. .¡ MACFARLANE, N LANG & Co., LTD. J S) Please order through your Grocer. "irinriTrTrfii^^