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TENBY COUNTY SCHOOL. IL
TENBY COUNTY SCHOOL. IL The following certificates were obtained at the recent Central Welsh Board examination :— HIGHER CERTIFICATE. Trevor Lloyd Williams. — Latin, French,* "Additional" Mathematics (including Co-or- dinate Geometry and Higher Trigonometry), and Physics (senior), SENIOR CERTIFICATE. Eva. Bennett. — English, History, Literature, Arithmetic, Mathematics, French and Physics. Alice Maud Davies.-English, History, Litera- ture, Arithmetic,* Mathematics,* Latin, French, and Physics.* Olive Davies. English, History, Arithmetic,t Mathematic's, French,! Physics. Grace Kingdom.—English, Literature, History,* Arithmetic,* Mathematics, Latin, French,! and Physics. Charlotte Llewellyn.—English, Literature, His- tory, Arithmetic,* Latin, Mathematics,* French, and Physics. Phoebe Lord.-English, Literature, History, Arith- metic,* Mathematics,* Latin, French, and Drawing (2 branches). Muriel Oldfield. English, Literature, History, Mathematics, French,! and Geography. David Angus Thomas.-English, Literature, Arith- metic, French, and Geography. Eveline Thomas.-English, History, Literature, Arithmetic, Mathematics, French. George Wey mouth.—English, History, Arith- metic,* "Additional" Mathematics, French, and Physics. Constance Yarrow.-English, Literature, Arith- metic, Mathematics, French, and Physics. Physics includes two branches — Heat and Mechanics. JUNIOR CERTIFICATE. Edith Batten. English, History, Arithmetic, Mathematics, French, Drawing, and Cookery- Venetia Edmonds.—English, Literature, History, Mathematics, French, Geography, Drawing. Reggie Gunter.-English, Arithmetic, Mathema- tics, French, Physics, Drawing and Wood- work. Edward Richards.-English, History, Arithmetic, Mathematics, French, Physics, Geography, Drawing and WToodwork.* William James Thomas. — English, History, Mathematics, Arithmetic, French,! Physics, Drawing and Woodwork. Denotes Distinction. t Conversational power in French. Unusually high marks were obtained on the following papers:— SENIORS. French. — (Author and Unseen). — Charlotte Llewellyn, 91 per cent.; Alice Davies, 84 per cent. Phcebe Lord, 82 per cent., and Olive Davies, 81 per cent. Arithmetic.—Grace Kingdom, 100 per cent, Geo. Weymouth, 83 per cent.; Phoebe Lord, 80 per cent. Algebra.—Phcebe Lord, 85 per cent.; Charlotte Llewellyn, 81 per cent. JUNIORS. Algebra.—Wm. Thomas, 100 per cent. Edith Batten, 81 per cent.; Ed. Richards, 81 per cent.
NOT A STRANGER TO TENBY.
NOT A STRANGER TO TENBY. What we give in these columns week after week is not the word of strangers to Tenby, whose evidence would be difficult to investigate. It is the word of Tenby men and women, and the unmistakably hearty way they speak out is bound to impress us all. Mr Wm. Cuff, of 17, St. Domingo Place, Tenby, is a well-known and much respected resident of this town he will be recognised as a member of the Salvation Army, having joined just after a corps was established in the town some twenty years ago. A few years ago," says Mr Cuff, I used to be troubled very much with bad pains in my back, probably caused by my getting wet. They became so sharp that they quite prevented me from moving about. At my work I do a lot of stooping, and I remember the time when I have been almost set.' There were also symptoms of urinary disorder, and now and again I suffered with ,my head, sometimes coming over so dizzy that I could not stand for long. My appetite fell away, and I was easily tired. I tried plasters for my back, but I don't believe they did any good at all. k who LAD derived benent bom Doan's backache kidney pills advised me to try this medicine. I sent for some, and was glad to find the pills soon gave me ease my back became less painful, and the urinary complaint was corrected. I could eat and sleep better, and my health generally was improved. I can certainly say that Doan's backache kidney pills cured me, and I think it only right that I should let others know of the benefit I have received." Over 3 years after his cure, Mr Cuff said I am as well as can be, and I never let a chance go by of speaking for Doan's backache kidney pills." Doan's backache kidney pills are two shillings and ninepence per box, or six boxes for thirteen shillings and ninepence. Of all chemists and stores or post free, direct from the Foster-McClellan Co., 8, Wells Street, Oxford Street, London, W. Be sure you get the same kind of pills as Mr Cuff had.
PAYING FOR MOONSHINE.
PAYING FOR MOONSHINE. At the bend of the road the young mountaineer turned down a ravine, and in fifteen minutes we saw him coming back with something under his coat. What are you going to give him ? I asked. Seventy-five cents," said the agent decisively. Ob, give him a dollar anyhow. He walked two miles." That's nothing to him." He'll have to go for more," I urged. "That's nothing time and distance mean nothing to these fellows." The young fellow pulled a quart bottle from his coat that seemed to be filled with water, and the following formula was now gone through "If you were over in Kentucky now," said the agent, and wanted a quart of liquor, how much would you give for it ?" The moonshiner answered with perfect seriousness This ain't a full quart, but ef it was, I'd leare seventy-five cents." The agent drew three quarters from his pocket. Well, I ain't givin' you anything. I'm just goin' to play crack-a-loo with that wagon track and forthwith he slowly and skilfully tossed the coins at the rut in the road, the mountaineer watching him without a smile. We left him there standing by the quarters, and once I started to look back. "No use," said the agent, "he won't pick 'em up till we are out of sight. He can't swear we gave him the money, we can't swear that he took it—and there you are."—From On the Trail of the lonesome Pine," by John Fox, Jr., in the October Scribner."
WHEN GENERAL FUNSTON DUCKED.
WHEN GENERAL FUNSTON DUCKED. I was aiming the fifteenth shell when a bullet struck one of the trunnions almost at my nose. My nerves had been getting pretty shaky from several narrow escapes in sighting preceding shots, and I must confess that I threw myself flat on the ground and rolled to cover. Joyce jumped over me, quickly sighted the piece, and sprang from the gun. The imperturbable Pennie, lying on the ground and smoking a cigarette, jerked the lanyard and fired the last shot from this terrible death-trap. General Gomez had dele- gated to General Rosa the necessary authority to discontinue firing from this position whenever he thought best, and the latter, who was near at hand, ordered us to take cover in the ravine, abandoning the gun for the time being, although it was in no danger of capture, owing to the proximity of strong supports. Now that they had put the gun out of action, the Spaniards con- centrated their fire on the Cuban infantry and inflicted several casualties. It was necessary to recover the gun, so in about half-an-hour three of us crawled stealthily out of the ravine and wriggled our way to it. Taking the trail-rope, we made a quick run, and despite a hot fire reached the ravine and tumbled down the bank with little ceremony, pulling the gun after us with such haste that it landed up side down in the bottom. -From" Cascorra, the First Cuban Siege," by General Frederick Funston, in the October Scrib- ner."
TMPORTANT TO MOTHERS.—Every Mother J. who values the Health and Cleanliness of her Child should use HARRISON'S RELIABLE NURSERY POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strengthens the Hair. In Tins 41d. and 9d. Postage Id.— GHO. W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents-Tenby Co-operative Drug Stores (Proprietor, H. G. PHILLIPS), Waterloo House, Tenby. $ ME. FRANK B. MASON, HOUSE AGENT, ST. JULIAN STREET, TENBY a [Established over Fifty Years.] F. B. MASON publishes a QUARTERLY LIST Of Estates, Residences and Houses to be Sold or Let IN PEMBROKESHIRE and neigh- bouring Counties. Sent free on application. Also a separate and complete List of Furnished HOUSES and APARTMENTS to Let in Tenby, Saundersfoot, Penally, Manorbier, &c, Sent, with Form of Appli- cation, View of Tenby, &c., to all applicants on receipt of stamped envelope. ESPLANADE, TENBY. Very fine Private Residence to Let for a few months, with or without attendance-3 Reception, 12 Bedrooms, Bath-room and usual offices. Terms on application. SUTTON STREET, TENBY.—Well situated and comfortably Furnished House, a few yards only from Esplanade and sea front, will be Let by the month, with attendance. Three Sitting, 6 Bedrooms, Bath. room, etc, LEXDEN TERRACE, TENBY.-A very desi. rable private house would be let for a few months on moderate terms. Three sitting aad five bedrooms, bathroom, etc. 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. 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. No. 10, DEER PARK, TENBY,-This centrally situated and comfortably Furnished House, con- taining Drawing and Dining-rooms, 5 Bedrooms, Kitchen, and usual offices, with Garden at the rear, is to Let with possession by the month or year. Very favourable terms. 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, FURNISHED, with possession. The House contains pretty Drawing-room, with glass 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 eea. and country. Good sanitary arrange. ments and water supply. Moderate rent. UNFURNISHED. LEXDEN TERRACE, TENBY.-To Let, un- furnished, well-situated Private House, containing three Reception-rooms, five Bedrooms, Bath-room. Good sanitation. Splendid sea view. Private way to sands. Rent jMO MANCHESTER HOUSE, ST. GEORGE STREET, TENBY. — This old-established Drapery Business is to Let with possession. Excellent situation. Low rent. T0 BE SOLD, by Private Treaty, with early pos- X session, the valuable FREEHOLD RESIDENTIAL ESTATE of COTTESMORE," charmingly situated on the river Cleddau, 2i miles from the town of Haverfordwest, and comprising a substantially built Mansion, containing Drawing and Dining-rooms, each 26ft. x 18ft., Conservatory, Study, Morning- room, Billiard-room, 8 best Bed and Dressing-rooms, 5 secondary Bedrooms, 2 w.c.'s, 2 Staircases, large Kitchen, Servants' Hall, and other domestic offices. The OUTBUILDINGS include a Six-stall Stable, 2 Loose Boxes, Coach-house, Saddle-room with Bedroom over, spacious Lofts Gardener's House. Lodges at front and back entrances. A labourer's Cottage. A capital walled Fruit and Kitchen Garden of about half an acre in extent. Ten acres of fine Pleasure Grounds, Shrubberies, etc. Kxcellemb water supply, good sanitary arrangements. The Home Farm consists of 120 acres of rich Pasture Land, with 20 acres of Woods, a Bailiff's House, and the necessary Farm Buildings; at present let on a yearly tenancy at jB160 rent. Mount Pleasant Farm Buildings and 84- acres of land, let at £ 108 per annum. Windy Hill Farm of 160 acres, let at jEloO per annum; and Slouth Mill with 10 acres, let at J651 per annum. The whole of the above are situated in a ring fence, and will be included in the sale if preferred, or the Mansion, Outbuildings, Gardens, Pleasure Grounds, Woods and the Home Farm, possessing altogether an area of 160 acre3 or thereabouts, would be disposed of separately. Growing Timber to be taken by valuation. This attractive Sporting Estate, possessing as it does excellent facilities for fishing, shooting and hunting, will be sold at a moderate price. Purchasers are invited to apply for further parti- culars and orders to view. ADVERTISING TARIFF ¡.. FOR "THE TENBY OBSERVER" And Weekly List of Visitors. The Tenby Observer has been successfully published for more than Half-a-Century, and is read by most of the County Families, Resident Gentry, and Middle Classes in Tenby and County of Pembroke generally. It is devoted to LOCAL NEWS, HUNTING, SPOKTS, etc., and possesses the largest and most influential circulation in the County, which makes it a valuable medium for advertising purposes. Objectionable Advertisements not accepted. Miscellaneous and Advertisements of the 'Wanted' I class, not exceeding 20 words, one insertion, Is.; two, Is. 6d., and 6d. each additional week. Prepaid. Advertisers who require their letters to be ad- dressed to the Office of the Paper are charged an additional 6d. for each Advertisement, and another 6d. extra if letters are to be forwarded to their private address. Births, Marriages, and Deaths are charged Is. 6d. each announcement, if not exceeding 20 words j each additional 10 words, 6d. Parliamentary Notices, Government Announce- ments, and Parliamentary Elections, Is. per line per insertion. Public Companies, Legal, Municipal and County Council Elections, Parochial and School Board Notices, 6d. per line per insertion. Freehold and Leasehold Property Sales, 4d. per line per insertion. Tenders, Contracts, and Auctioneers' Advertise- ments, 3d. per line per insertion. Paragraph Advertisements, 5d. per line per in. ) sertion. Forthcoming Marriage Announcements, 9d. per line. List of Wedding Presents and Funeral Wreaths 3d. per line. The insertion of Advertisements in the ensuing issue cannot be guaranteed if received later than WEDNES- I DAY afternoon.
The gun which till quite recently gave Green- I wich mean time to the people of Swansea, and was such a source of alarm to High Court Judges that when they eat at Assizes it had to be silent, is now to be removed to Fishguard, where at least it will not disturb Assize Court proceedings, as it did on one occasion when its sudden and unexpected boom caused a worried judge to jump out of his chair and exclaim, Oh, good God Almighty, what's that ?" Ever afterwards orders were given for the gnn to be disconnected during Assize time, but this was V often forgotten on the opening day, and those, "in the know" used to watch how the judges, would take the shock, which frequently caused.. them to give very visible expressions of the! x alarm. The gun, too, gave the time for th e dinner hour at the various works. Once it w is discharged nearly an hour before time by « flash of lightning. The men instantly "dowr,ted tools," but they generally took care not to re- sume till the proper time.
TENBY TIDE TABLE, OCT., IQIO.
TENBY TIDE TABLE, OCT., IQIO. Morn. Even. Height h h m ft. in. Thursday 6 7 42 7 57 21 1 Friday 7 8 12 8 27 20 2 Saturday 8 8 44 9 1 19 0 Sunday 9 9 18 9 35 17 7 Monday 10 9 54 10 16 16 1 Tuesday 11 10 39 11 7 14 7 Wednesday 12 11 43 13 7 Thursday 13 0 26 1 17 13 9
RAILWAY TIME TABLE.
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. OCTOBER, 1910, and until further notice. (lst and 3rd Class only). DOWN TRAINS-WEEK DATS. OU»»es. 1 3 I STI S j —3 Whitland .dep. 5 55 10 40 12 0 2 25 5 25- Narberth 6 5| 10 52 12 15^ 2 35: 5 38 8 4' lempleton 6 14 11 1 12 25 2 45 5 48 8 12! Kilgetty ,6 2] ll 8 12 32 2 52' 5 55 8 18: Saundersfoot. 6 24( H l-t 12 36 2 55! 5 58< 8 2a! Tenbv a/r' 6 35i 11 22 I2 48i 3 8! 6 5 8 3li J- j dep. 6 40j 9 23 n 28 12 55; 3 12 6 10 8 35! Penally 6 45 9 2G!n 32 12 58; 3 17 6 14 8 39! Manorbier S 52; 9 36 n 41, j 7! 3 25 21; „ ..j Lamphey 6 59! 9 43 n 47 1 14J 3 34< 6 30! Pembroke 1 3, 9 46 n 53; 1 18 3 38 6 35i 8 56; Pem-Dockarr. 7 10; 9 51 12 0 1^25, 3 45! 6 40| 9 5j UP TRAINS-WEEK DATS. CLASSES. s j 1 sTl 3 1 j j ls j a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m., p.m. p.m. n.m Pem-Dock dep 7 45; 10 20 12 15 2 5; 3 50 ff 0, 7 3oi Pembroke 50[10 28112 20! 2 12; 3 56 6 si 7 37! Lamphey 7 54; 10 32jl2 25^ 2 16 4 0 6 10 Manorbier 8 2 10 41 12 32 2 24 4 7 G I81 7 4<v Penally 8 1010 48 12 41 2 32; 4 16 6 27i 7 57' Tenby I Vr 8 13 10 51 12 45 2 35i 6 31 8 0 y"" | dep 8 16 10 58,12 55 2 401 4 25 6 55! gaundersfoot 827 11 11 19250!435 6 451 Kilgetty 8 31 11 15! 1 13 2 59 4 41 6 49' Templeton 8 38 11 22 1 20 3 6. 4 48 6 56; Narberth 8 48 11 32 1 So! 3 15' 4 56 7 5 Whitland ,arr\ 8 58|11 42! 1 40: 3 25.! 5 13 7 17
TALK ABOUT INNS.
TALK ABOUT INNS. Do you object to talk about inns ? asks Thackeray of the readers of hia "Roundabout Papers." It always seems to me to be very good talk. Walter Scott is full of inns. In Don Quixote and 1 Gil Bias there is plenty of inn talk." Ah, but who reads Cervantes and Walter Scott and Le Sage in these days ? Such authors as they are no criterion. And if inns are tolerated at all, it is only because they run garages for our motor-cars. As for Literature, what concern has Literature with inns that stand less than thirty stories high-with a frontage on the Avenue ? Not with Dickens alone, but with his eighteenth- century forbears Fielding and Smollett and Sterne-inns and their keepers were a long suit. Who has forgotten Dessein's in the Sentimental Journey"? Thackeray, in one of those same admirable Roundabout Papers," has taken us back to Dessein's, admirable hostelry that it was He knew the Calais Hotel of old as one of the cleanest, one of the dearest, one of the most com- fortable," in all Europe. Certainly Dessein's must have been very dear. Oliver Wendell Holmes, writing a letter from Paris in the year 1834, states that wine there cost "just three times as much as at the Palais Royal,and the Palais Royal was never inexpensive.—From The Point of View," in the October" Scribner."
English and American Artificial Teeth. MESSES. EDWARD ENGLAND LIMITED Can be interviewed from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., at Brecknock House, Tudor Square, Tenby, (NEXT DOOR BUT ONE TO POST OFFICE.) ATTENDANCE DAILY. ESTIMATES FREE. Teeth supplied from One Tooth to a complete Set. Single Tooth from 5/ Set-Upper or Lower, from 50/ Our charges for ARTIFICIAL TEETH include Extractions, and all materials are guaranteed and kept in order free of charge. We believe that the success which has attended us in the past is due to the fact that we have always studied the comfort of Clients, together with keeping all Fees as moderate as possible, and we guarantee the best materials obtainable. Teeth extracted with Nitrous Oxide Gas. Also extractions by Hypodermic Injection. Telephone No. 9.] NOTICE—All letters to be addressed to BRECKNOCK HOUSE, TENBY. GEORGE ACE LTD. Beg to announce that they have added to their stock of Cars FOR HIRE a luxurious powerful COMMERCIAL MOTOR 'BUS, with detachable head, to carry 16 Passengers with Luggage. I RUNS ARRANGED to all Places of Interest at most reasonable charges. For Terms and Inspection of Hire Cars please 'call at GEORGE ACE Ltd., Motor Works and Garage, (Adjoining Tenby Railway Station), TENBY. SOLE AGENTS in West Wales for Commercial Cars, Daimlers, Humbers, Clement-Talbot, Arrol-Johnson, Napier, Deasy, Renault, Rover, etc,, etc. Tenby Gas Consumers' Company, Ltd. HOUSE COAL! Delivered loose or in Bags, in any quantity from Sewt PRICES on application. Discount for Cash. Orders received by- MR. GEORGE LYONS, Collector, Saltwood House, South Parade; OR AT THE GAS WORKS, TENBY. Mr eczema^J WFF PERMANENT CURE AT THE AGE OF 65. ppPf Sufferers from Eczema, Scrofula, Scurvy, Blotches, mBm Spots, Pimples, Sores, and Eruptions of all kinds, or any j^H Wt&a kindred complaint, should at once profit by the experience H9 HH of Mr. Mortlock. HH Mr. CHARLES MORTLOCK, of Gaze- again at night in pleasure and comfort, ■88 ley, Newmarket, Suffolk, writes: although I am sixty-five years of age. I fflBffifl BpSa Dear Sirs,—After long suffering from feel so grateful to you for my cure that I HI ■pMBQ eczema, being so bad I could not get on my should like the public to know of it, and will HfJgKfl S*2p|| feet for weeks, 1 was persuaded by my sons answer any inquiries." Mma to try" Clarke's Blood Mixture, which they In a further letter recently received, Mr. 9H| pjaMjl purchased for me. I am so pleased to tell you Mortlock writes: "I have never had any HRfl PHq the result. After taking several bottles I return of the eczema, and I cannot give HH am able to walk out to work and home Clarke's Blood Mixture too much praise." M THE REASON Clarke's Blood Mixture effe ts such wonderful cures J E5 £ H| ||J||| is because it is the only medicine which thoroughly drives out all impurities from LAW JGLGL the blood. Remember, For the blood is the life, and Skin and Blood HEH TOM Diseases, such as Eczema, Scrofula, Scurvy, Bad Legs, Ulcers, Boils, Pimple#, I|BSB Sores, and Eruptions of all kinds, Blood Poison, Glandular Swellings, Rheumatism, BJGPS Gout, &c., can only be permanently cured by purifying the blood. Clarke's HGUI Blood Mixture, which has stood the test of 40 years, is to-day in greater demand |PG than ever, and the proprietors, with confidence, solicit sufferers to give it a trial to MB HSJIB test its value. ^BJ | CLARKE'S BLOOD MIXTURE. B ||lg2 Pleasant to the taste and guaranteed free SUFFERERS who are doubtful about flfl from anything injurious to the most their case should write to us at ooce ffjjmira delicate constitution of either sex.' Of fully describing their illness. We shall §Elj|n9k Chemists and otores, 2/9 per bottle, be pleased to give them, in confidence, JgHAV and in cases, containing six times the the best advice free of charge. We ||^A\ quantity, 11/ or post free direct will also send copies of many from the Proprietors on receipt of additional testimonials. Address price. Refuse substitutes. as below. M Lincoln & TYIDLAQD^OU^TTES Drug Co., Linoolf GREY .HAIR permanently and speedily re- stored to its original colour by using HARRI- SON'S HAIR COLOUR RESTORER. It is not a dye, but by natural means acts as a restorative. Contains nothing injurious, and is beneficial to the I growth and beauty of the Hair. In bottles, price 1/6 (postage 3d. extra). Manufacturer:—G. W. HARRISON, Hair Specialist, Reading. Agent for I Telilby;-H. G. PHILLIPS, Chemist, High Street. CIMO BANE. THE NEW INSECT KILLER. Kills Fleas, Lice, Moths, Blackbeetles, House Flies, and all insects. Quite harmless to animals. For use on Dogs, Cats, and all Animals. In Bedding, Carpets, Linen, etc., for every kind of insect. Sold by Chemists, in Tins, at 3d., 6d., and 1/ postage Id. G. W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Agents for Tenby—Co-operative Drug Stores (H. G. PHILLIPS, proprietor). THE TENBY FISHMONGER. J: SMITH, UPPER FROG STREET, Fishing-smack Owner, Wholesale Buyer and Retailer of Prime and Cheap Fish, Lobsters, Crabs, Oysters, etc. ICE in Large or Small Quantities. Baskets of Fish. despatched to Customers at a distance by First Post after the Smacks land their catches. Prices from Is. 6d. upwards, including postage. Orders booked at the Shop are delivered from the Stores immediately the Boats arrive. FERFECTIQIT OF QUALITY ASSURED ATKINS & COOMB, The "Daily Mail" has done for aviation, ATKINS & COOMB, f TENBY. The "Daily Mail" has done for aviation, The Rontgen Rays have done for 3 X surgery, Marconi has done for communi- cation, Royal Worcester Kid-fitting Corsets have done for dress. They have thrown open the Gates of Fashion to every lady-not to those only whom Nature has blessed with perfect figures-but to ALL—by their masterly cutting, screening what little faults there may be and emphasising the individual lines of beauty which every lady possesses. SOLE LOCAL DISTRIBUTORS. FRANK B, MASON, Auctioneer, Valuer and Estate Agent, Printer, Publisher, House Furnisher, etc. AUCTION AND ESTATE OFFICES ST. JULIAN STREET, TENBY FURNITURE WAREHOUSES. ST. JULIAN STREET, TENBY "TENBY OBSERVER" AND GENERAL PRINTING OFFICES.FROG STREET, TENBY List of Furnished and Unfurnished Houses and Residences to Let in Tenby and County of Pembroke POST FREE QN APPLICATION. PUBLIC HALL, WARREN STREET, Magnificent Auction Room, Lecture or Concert Hall.
THE "UNDEVELOPED LAND" OF…
THE "UNDEVELOPED LAND" OF MEDICINE. To the Editor of the Tenby Observer. SIB>—I have to thank the British Medical Journal, of September 3rd, for teaching us these words. They are of immense significance. Some 35 years ago Hutton came to London and prac- tised with extraordinary success the art of bone- setting" in the West End. Of course, the doctors were unfriendly. They declared that he was a quack, just as they declared that Harvey was a mere circulator, and asserted that all Hutton's science lay in chance cures. But the movement thus instituted went on. There are now eight schools of bone-aetting under Governmental recog- nition in the United States, with 12,000 students who pay annually £ 40,000 in tuition fees alone. These startling facts have induced Dr. Alexander Bryce, of Glasgow and Cambridge, to take the matter into study. He admits that he has been interested in the bone-setter's methods of treatment because of the remarkable improvement in some of his own reputedly incurable patients." And after careful examination, he has come to the conclusion that there must be virtue in a method which has such vitality as to spread all over a continent in a few years, and, at the present rate of progress, bids fair to travel all over the world." Dr. Bryce points to the fact that Dr. Wharton Hood, after a thorough investigation of the methods of the late Mr Robert Hutton, declared that his experiences Were invaluable and the results astounding. But Dr. Bryce, while fighting for the admission of this new form of scientific bone-setting among the recognised methods of treatment practised by the medical profession," is not as generous to me as Was Dr. Wharton Hood to Mr Hutton. Yet for nearly 20 years, as Hutton's'successor, and after operating on over 30,000 oases, I have repeatedly exhorted the Faculty to investigate this important branch of therapeutics. Almost four years ago I wrote to the medical papers offering to submit these methods to any test before an authorised Committee of qualified surgeons, but no heed was given to my plea. May I ask you, sir, to insert this letter in your columns, and thus direct the attention of surgeons to Dr. Bryce's paper on a subject which is of such vital importance to suffering humanity, and which the Lancet years ago described as a neglected corner of the domain of surgery." Yours, etc., H. A. BARKER. Hamilton House, 12a, Park Lane, London, W., Sept. 22nd, 1910.
OLD SPAIN IN CALIFORNIA. -
OLD SPAIN IN CALIFORNIA. It is not a highway in Spain-this Camino Real -that I mean to follow, but a highway in our own land, Spanish as any in Iberia, a road of infinite variety, long enough to traverse that peninsula, and running, as it would there, from the desert wastes of mountain plateaus to the orange groves and palmettos of soft lands of Bun- shine. The sole part of California that the Spanish exploited was the portion included in these Coast Range mountains, de Maufras on his map marking the great interior valleys only with the generic legend This country is even more beautiful than the inhabited portion of California its climate is milder, it offers fertile fields, superb forests for lumber, and vast prairies where graze herds of deer, antelope, and wild horses."—From The King's Highway of California," by Ernest Peixotto, in the October Scribner."
THE GREAT SKIN CURE. BUDDEN'S S.R. SKIN OINTMENT will cure JD Itching after one application destroys every form of Eczema; heals old Wounds and Sores; acts like a charm on bad Legs; is Infal- lible for Piles; Prevents Cuts from Festering; will cure Ringworm in a few days; removes the most obstinate Eruptions and Scurvy. Boxes 7!d. and b. lid. Agent for Tenby-Mr J. B. FRANCIS, Chemist.
MASON'S POPULAR GUIDES to Tenby and Neighbourhood contain all information of in- terest to Visitors, and can be obtained from the Observer Office, or at the local booksellers, Prices 6d., 1s., and 2s. 6d.
RATS, MICE, MOLES, COCKROACHES and BEETLES greedily eat Harrison's "Reliable" Rat Poison. Cats and Dogs will not: touch it, Vermin dry up and leave no smell. Prices 6d., Is., 2s. 3d., and 3s. 8d. Postage 2d.—G. W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. 4-gent3- Tenby Co-operative Drug Stores (Proprietor H. G. PHILLIPS), Waterloo House, Tenby. "RECOLLECTIONS OF OLD TENBY" is an in- teresting collection of views of Tenby as it appeared in the latter part of the 18th century, with descriptive letterpress. Every visitor ought to obtain a copy.' Price one shilling, from the local newsagents or the Observer Office. TENBY COTTAGE HOSPITAL.-Number of beds, 9; patients admitted during past week, 0 patients discharged during past week, 0 total number in hospital, 6. Printed and Published by FRANK B. MASON, at his Printing Office, Frog Sereet, Tenby, Thursday, October 6, 1910.