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ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire Otter Hunt was held at the Yelverton Anns Hotel, Whitland, last Thursday week. Dr. Henry Lawrence, of Lampeter House, was in the chair. The Hon. Secretary (Mr G. Protheroe-Beynon, of Trewern) presented the balance-sheet as fol- lows :—Receipts To balance from last year, JE19 12s. subscriptions, JE183 7s. Payments: By cheque to Master, Cl9 12s.; subscriptions to Master, JE170 printing, Cl2 Is.; postage leaving a balance in hand of JE11 18s. lid., plus 10s. 6d. which bad been received late, JE12 9s. 5d. Mr Protheroe-Beynon briefly referred to the accounts, and remarked that the subscriptions were higher than in any previous year. (Hear, hear.) In 1906 they amounted to JE167 3s.; 1907, JE149 5s.; 1908, JE134 14s. 6d.; 1909, JE157 Is. 6d., plus sum received from the Swansea district, JE189 12s. 6d. The subscription from Swansea had not yet come in, but he had a letter from Mr Vivian, who stated that he would write again if he met with the success he anticipated. No doubt they would receive the subscriptions in due course. Another matter he should like to refer to was that he thought the cap had been very satisfactory, the sum of £14 12s. 6d. having been obtained from 2s. 6d. caps," against Z4 Is. 6d. in the previous year, or an increase of over .£10. (Hear, hear.) The "caps" were:—Captain Forbes, R7 Is. Mr R. H. Harries, R3 18s. 6d. the Master, £2 5s, Mr W. J. Williams, £1 3s. 6d. Dr. Thomas, 7s. 6d. In answer to a question, Mr Protheroe-Beynon said they had received £30 from Swaneea last year. The Hon. Secretary also mentioned that the membership was about the same, though a good many had increased their subscriptions. (Hear, hear.) The Master (Mr D. G. Protheroe) said he was sorry he could not report to the same effect that be did last year. They had not killed the same number of otters it might have been his fault, it might have been the fault of the hounds, but he hoped not. The hounds had been out 40 days hunted 27 otters, killed 15, and had 27 blank days. Owing to the death of the King they, of course, did not hunt until after the funeral. Again, from August 12th to September 5th, the rivers were banks high, and though they were out and had drags, which showed that otters were about, sport was impossible, owing to the state of the rivers. But on the whole, as regarded hunting they had had better hunts almost than in any other season. Some of the hunts had lasted 3 and 31 hours, while the record hunt was from 12.30 p.m. to 7.30 p.m., and if they failed to kill it showed the otter was a game one, and deserved to live for another day. He wished to thank the members for their kind support, and for the way they turned out and swelled the field. He had been spoken to several times about the 2s. 6d. "cap," but he thought the field had rather increased since the practice was first stated, and they had certainly been more representative. Having thanked the members again, Mr Protheroe said that if they were inclined to select him again for the mastership he would try and give them the Eame sport he had done in the past. (Hear, hear.) The Chairman remarked that it had neverthe- less been a very satisfactory season, although the floods had interfered with the sport. Mr Pro- theroe always showed good sport, and he hoped he would continue for another year. Captain Jordan proposed a hearty vote of thanks to the Master, and hoped he would serve another year. Captain Forbes seconded, and the motion having been carried unanimously, Mr Protheroe accepted and remarked that he thought he could guarantee as good if not a better pack for next season. (Hear, hear.) Captain Forbes referred to the practice of capping," and said he had taken even a shilling. There were some people who though good sports- men.could not afford 2s. 6d. Votes of thanks were accorded Captain Forbes and Mr R. H. Harries for their handsome caps," the Hon. Secretary observing that they hoped to double the amount next season.
AMONG TENBY PEOPLE.
AMONG TENBY PEOPLE. What is best about the statements we publish week after week is that our readers don't need to go out of the town to investigate them. The proof is here, among our own people. Another well-known resident speaks to-day. "For years, on and off, I bad severe pains in my back and loins," says Mrs A. Eynon, of 6, Marsh Road, Tenby. I often had much difficulty in getting up after sitting awhile, and I felt tired and languid, especially in the morning. Dizzy spells were another trouble. Now and again my back was so bad that I had to leave my work and lie down. "I was persuaded to try Doan's backache kidney pills, and am glad to say they quickly did me good they eased the pains iu my back, and made me feel better in all ways. I have used several boxes of the pills, and they are the best medicine I have ever tried. (Signed) (Mrs) A. Eynon." 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- McC lelltn Co., 8, Wells Street, Oxford Street, London, W. Be sure you get the same kind of pills as Mrs Eynon bad.
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SUMMER AMUSEMENTS.…
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SUMMER AMUSEMENTS. The promoter of summer devices for amuse- ment comes to understand as no other man does the overpowering ambition of those grown-up children called the human race to be seen "doing things." Your average citizen, for instance, will go through inconceivable effort to indicate of what tine material he is made. At the very idea of chopping wood for Mrs Fenderson on a hot day, Mr Fenderson will frown. But get him with a. heavy hammer at any amusement resort in the country, put him up against an indicator which will indicate to his fellow-humans the vast phy- sical possibilities of Mr Fenderson—and Mr Fen- derson will pay for the privilege of working three times as hard as he would in the infinitely more useful and domestic avocation of chopping wood. But in the last case Mrs Fenderson is the only luoker-on. If it were possible to gather an audience while Mr Fenderson chopped wood, and that audience could be induced to think what a wonderful woodchopper Mr Fenderson was, that aimnble gentleman would probably chop it with great industry. This is another phase in the psychology of summer .amusements. Knowing that mankind and womankind like to be seen doing tilings, it becomes the immediate aim and object in "life of every amusement-promoter to allow mankind and womankind to be seen-doing things.—October Strand Magazine.
FLUKES. Flukes are the happy accidents of billiards, and they enter much more largely into the game than many people imagine. As the wit said, There are three kinds of strokes at billiards-the winning hazard, the losing hazard, and the haphazard," and I am sure players of all degrees of skill will agree that the "haphazard" is very frequently met with. Some players are apt to regard a fluke as a terrible offence against the unwritten laws of the game, but they need not worry chance has a great ueal of influenoe over the game as it is pIa) cd by even sterling amateur exponents, and when the average "hundred-upper" rolls up his sleeves and gets to work in his cheery and opti- mistic style, then the fate of the game is indeed very much on the knees of the gods. It Is not so much the accidental scoring strokes, however numerous and helpful they may be, which count for everything in games of this sort. It is the unplaj-ed-for and undreamt-of positions which win or lose the game, even for amateur cueists who play well enough to be quite cross if the soft impeachment were made publicly. And as a potation fluked is every bit as bad as a score linked, from the point of view of the billiard purist, it follows that flukes are indeed part of the game, and must be taken as they come, with- out fuss or comment.—October Strand Magazine.
IMPORTANT TO JIOTHERS.-E very Mother X who values the Health and Cleanliness of her Child should use HARRISON'S" RELIABLE" JNURpERY POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strengthecs the Hair. In Tins 44(1. and 9d. Postage Id. GKO. W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents-Tenby Co-operative Drug Stores (Proprietor, H. G. PHILLIPS), Waterloo House, Tenby. TENBY COTTAGE HosPITAL.-Number of beds, 9; I patients admitted daring past week, 1 patients di-charged during past week, 0; total number in hospital, 7. MR, FRANK B. MASON, HOUSE AGENT, ST. JULIAN STREET, TEN BY. [Established over Fifty Years.] F. B. MASON publishes a QUARTERLY LIST Of Estates, Residences and Houses to be Sold or Let IN PEMBROKE SHIRE 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, Manor bier, &c. Sent, with Form of Appli- cation, Yiew 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, LEX DEN TERRACE, TENBY.—A very desi- rable private house would be let for a few months on moderate terms. Three sitting and 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. BELLEVUE, TENBY.—This large and well Furnished House is to let on favourable terms to a desirable tenant. Just been redecorated and repaired. Contains 4 sitting-rooms, 15 bedrooms bath-room íh. & c.), and usual 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 pea 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 J640 MANCHESTER HOUSE, ST. GEORGE STREET, TRNBT. This old-established Drapery Business is to Let with possession. Excellent situation. Low rent. rPO BE SOLD, by Private Treaty, with early pos- J- session, the valuable FREEHOLD RESIDENTIAL ESTATE of "COTTESMORE," charmingly situated on the river Cleddau, 2^ miles from the town of Haverfordwest, and comprising a substantially built Mansion, containing Drawing and Dining-rooms, each 26ft x 18ft., Conservatory, Studv, Morning- room, Billiard-room, 8 best Bed and Dressing-rooms, 5 secondary Bedrooms. 2 w.o.'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, I 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. Excellent water supply, good sanitary arrangements. The Home Farm consists of 120 actes of rich Paeture Land, with 20 acres of Woods, a Bailiff's House, and the necessary Farm Building; at present let on a yearly tenancy at B160 rent. Mount Pleasant Farm Buildings and 84 acres of land, let at j6108 per annum. Windy Hill Farm of 160 acres, let at J6160 per annum; and Slouth Mill with 10 acres, let at 231 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 acres 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. Puichasers are invited to apply for further parti- culars and orders to view. |
- WHEN KING EDWARD WAS IN-no..…
WHEN KING EDWARD WAS IN-no.. DUCED TO LINCOLN'S GOD- DAUGHTER. One night at the Foreign Office in London, at a very large, crowded party, I was asked if I could present an American girl to the Prince (as he was then). I did not think it would be easy. The Prince was not well-he had hurt his knee and walked with a cane,.and looked tired. Ho was aJroaP of royalties and arabaaaacW and it did not seem a propitious momont for an introduction. However, I was willing to trv particularly as the young lady was a goddaughter of President Lincoln. I said to the United States Minister Show me your young lady-tell her to stand a little forward and I will see what I can do." I went back to my place near the royal group and asked one of the English ladies what she thought. I must say she was most dis- couraging, but while we were talking Pruneesa f Christian heard a little of what we were. saying j and asked me what I wanted. I stated my. oase and said I could not make up my min& tp ask the Prince as he looked tired. I will soe.what I can do," she said, and a few minutes Istar she left her place and went to speak to th$. Prince. Almost < instantly he got up, walking, with his cane, and j came over to me. "What. da you want me to do Madame Waddmgton ? Who is your protegee 9'' Not mine sir. A godchild of President Lincoln who is in London for a day or two, and whose great desire is to see the Prince of Wales" ''Pray, bring her to me." I made a little m&v) to the young lady, who was standing on the out- J skirts of the circle "—not in the least shy. She I came forward. I named her. savino alio -D 1.11.10 godchild of Mr Lincoln. The Prince shook hands with her—talked a few minutes—said she ought to be proud of her godfather, and then added •— Now that you are here yon ought to walk about a h tie and see some of the rooms and the people." 8tS *°l'. yery much," she replied, looking don'ttnt fi1"1 wit\her big eyes; "but I te tU pH ° 86fewy,tlunSel8e" 1 on,y wanted to vou ind °f ) and n0W that 1 bave 8een rndrp'^ talked^ to you I don't want anything more. pom An Impression of the Kino's Sc7ibner » Madame Waddi>^on, in the October
SIDE-SHOWS: PAST AND PRESENT.…
SIDE-SHOWS: PAST AND PRESENT. The humble old merry-go. round which fasci- nated our fathers and beguiled our mothers to joy-the old merry-go-round with its wooden horses, drawn through the country .liiaet, by a horse-is gone into the limbo of things. New II desires have created the devices which cause you to plunge down steep inclines into water, and turn someraaulta in the air, and jump over abysses, and make lightning dashes through gorges and caverns and multifarious other thines wnicn muse get quicker and steeper and more joyously terrifying all the time if they are to succeed. The cyclorama, not so very long ago too, was looked upon as a desirable and uplifting thing. Viewing the anxieties of others was found to be wholesome and gratifying. You used to i watch a shipwreck and be perfectly satisfied, xou viewed the fragments of the train wreck wit' active pleasure. The appeal to the eye the n vyiolly satisfied. All that you desired in the Le early days was optical satisfaction. Now, he JW- ever, you must hear the boat crash or the tr fall apart; or you must have the sensation of going down some dizzy incline. You. are the victim of the snowball sensation .-Frc,m Six penny Thrills," in the October Strand V.agaz' ille.
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. p.] NOTICE.-Allletters 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 Ðcw-t PRICES on application. Discount for Cash. Orders received by- AIR. GEORGE LYONS, Collector, Saltwood House, South Parade; OR AT THE GAS WORKS, TENBY. «e»—n-MJiifBfrw—«. jwp-aw n|| W| HI iii ■MCTTTr"pTrir^niwriwt*Tri""rirriniaiTr,TMrrjTiiMicjgfcniauxi|jM.^ Mr ECZEMA My PERMANENT CURE AT THE AGE OF 65, ||Pf Sufferers from Eczema, Scrofula, Scurvy, Blotches, WU ppa Spots, Pimples, JSores, and Eruptions of all kinds, or any | H| flif kindred complaint, should at once profit by the experience |H| of Mortlock. JFCLGJL Mr. CHARLES MORTLOCK, of Gaze- again at night in pleasure and comfort. ley, Newmarket, Suffolk, writes: although I am sixty-five years of age. I HHS Dear Sirs,—After long suffering from feel so grateful to you for my cure thatl HHH BJP* eczema, being so bad I could not get on my should like the pubhe to know of it, and will feet for weeks,T was persuaded by my sons answer any inquiries." to try" Clarke's Blood Mixture," which they In a further letter recently received, Mr. IHH SABP purchased for me. I am so pleased to tell you Mortlock writes: "I have never had any BASS the result. After taking several bottles I return of the eczema, and I cannot giv# HHE |5JK| am able to walk out to work and home Clarke's Blood Mixture too much praise." gill THE REASON Clarke's Blood Mixture effects such wonderful cures 88 is because it is the only medicine which thoroughly drives out all impurities from 101 the blood. Remember, For the blood is the life," and Skin and Blood BMS J|||j| Diseases, such as Eczema, Scrofula, Scurvy. Bad Legs, Ulcers, Boils, Pimples, SHH aSpl Sores, and Eruptions of all kinds, Blood Poison, Glandular Swellings, Rheumatism, wS Gout, &c., can only be permanently cured by purifying the blood. Clarke's HB jsgi Blood Mixture, which has stood the test of 40 years, is to-day in greater demand ||f|| than ever, and the proprietors, with confidence, solicit sufferers to give it a trial to HH test its value. 1 CLARKE'S BLOOD MIXTURE. I PPAJJ Pleasant to the taste and guaranteed free SUFFERERS who are doubtful about GGEIA \from anything injurious to the most their case should write to us aV once FLHL GZLGR delicate constitution of either sex.< Of fully describing their illness. We shall /H| TGGSHB all Chemists and Stores, 2/9 per bottle, be pleased to give them, in confidence, J MAX and in cases, containing six times the the best advice free of charge. We BKKH quantity, 11/ or post free direct will also send copies of many ADj from the Proprietors on receipt of additional testimonials. Address price. Refuse substitutes. as below. HB PROPRIETORS HH BS Lincoln & tyidlar\d Counties Drug Co., Lincoln.HH GREY HAIR permanently and speedily re- stored to its original colour by using HARRI- SON'S HA IR COLOUR RESTORER. It is not a dye, but b v natural means acts as a restorative. Contains not. hing injurious, and is beneficial to the I growth and bt. 'auty of the Hair. In bottles, price 1/6 (postage i'd. extra). Manufacturer:—G. W. HARBISON, Hah. Specialist, Reading. Agent for ¡ Tenby;—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. PHILUPS, proprietor). THE TENBY FISHMONGER. J. SMITH, UPPER FROG STREET, Fishing-smack Owner, Wholesale Buyer and Retailer of Prime and Cheap Fish, Lobsters, Grabs, Oysters, etc. ICE in Large or Small Quantities. Baskets of Fis"h despatched to Customers at a distance by First Post after the Smacks land their catches. Prices from Is. 6d. upwards, including postage. MM——» Orders booked at the Shop are delivered from the Stores immediately the Boats arrive. PERFECTION OF QUALITY ASSURED TENBY. t dAQ (jI T(; KMT" ThhRaIe e scraCoauNcvyoR"otrriaionDagsl onS ei teanitt-rig,os hWylWneay ,n & ,s otrhrMaRdcveaoMasne iyCtle s -ed" r Oofhnohar e OavKs fe coMoidr dmdoo-dmfinnBre e tuetsinff,snooi.rgr- 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 I 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 ON APPLICATION. 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ABERYSTWYTH COUNCILLOR'S DREAD…
ABERYSTWYTH COUNCILLOR'S DREAD At a recent meeting of the Aberystwyth Town Conncil, Captain Doughton called the attention of the Entertainments Committee to the billposting which was going on at the Pier Pavilion on a Sunday morning. He said the Council were being petitioned by the churches of the town to put a stop to Sunday boating, and here were the servants of the Council doing the very same thing. Fortunately the elements were against them and the posters were all washed away. Councillor R. J. Jones—Providentially Captain Doughton said Aberystwyth was re- garded as one of the best towns on the coast in which to spend a quiet Sabbath, and if they did not nip those little things in the bud they would be having a Continental Sunday. (Laughter.) Councillor Rufus Williams said the committee knew nothing of this. Councillor Thomas — The men were only covering up notices that were misleading. (Laughter.) Captain Thomas—Tweedle-dee and tweedle dum. (Laughter.) The Town Clerk reported the receipt of a number of resolutions from the churches of the town in which the Council were asked to note the plying for hire of boats on a Sunday, and to prevent the continuance of a practice which was repellant to the religious sentiment of the town. He said there were several important matters in- volved, and he asked the Council to consider the matter in committee. Councillor Davies-If you send it to a com- mitee you may just as well send it to the cemetery. (Laughter.) I want to know what is the diffe- rence between driving horses and carriages on Sundays and rowing boats, and I would like if the Free Church Council would call attention to that business. The Town Clerk said he had put the facts before the Local Government Board and had asked for their guidance. The resolutions sent in were referred to a com- mittee.
"THE LADY'S WORLD."
"THE LADY'S WORLD." In the October number of The Lady's World (Horace Marshall & Son, 125, Fleet Street, London, E.C.), is commenced a charming serial story by A. M. and C. N. Williamson, along with short complete stories by C. Kennett Burrow and L. G. Moberly. The Society and Dramatic sections are beautifully illustrated with the newest portraits of prominent people, and Mr Harry Morgan contributes a sketch of the Cavaliere Alberto Randegger, the famous singing master. Miss Bartlett writes an interesting article on "How to Decorate Windows," which will be found very useful to housewives. Fancy Work" section gives instructions for embroidery, drawn thread work, and the New Mosaic Work. In the Nursery section there is amusement for the children as well as instruction for mothers. "Dame Fashion" is beautifully illustrated with the newest designs for autumn wear and a practical article is given on making up the "Magyar" blouse for matrons, entitled "At and After the Meridian." Millinery," Underwear and "Novelties" still hold their own with many pretty ideas and beautiful designs. Dr. Alexander Davidson gives an interesting article on Acci- dents." The other features are Cookery," Pretty Girl's Page," Quiet Hour," Busy Hour," etc. A pattern is given away of a smart Russian coat. Order this number early in order to obtain this pattern as it will b3 the leading design for autumn and winter wear.-The Lady's World, 6, Essex Street, Strand, London, W.C.
THE GREAT SKIN CURE.
THE GREAT SKIN CURE. BUDDEN'S S.R. SKIN OINTMENT will cure JD Itching after one application destroys avery 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 71d. and Is. 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., Is., and 2s. 6d. ¡ TENBY TIDE TABLE, OCT., iqio. Morn. Even. Height ,n, h m h m ft. in. Thursday 13 0 26 1 17 13 9 Friday 14 2 2 2 43 14 11 Saturday ]5 3 19 3 46 17 1 Sunday 16 4 11 4 34 19 5 Monday 17 4 57 5 19 21 5 Tuesday 18 5 41 6 2 23 0 Wednesday 19 6 23 6 43 23 11 Thursday 20 7 3 7 24 24 1 RAILWAY TIME TABLE. OQTOBER, 1910, and until further notice. (1st and 3rd Class only). -r- DOWN TRAINS—WKEK DATS. CLWSEA. J~I JR I S J S I I "J—J a.m.; p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m w 1? 21 P' C 58l ;10 40 12 0 2 25 5 251 7 52 6 5 10 52 12 15; 2 35 5 38 8 4! Templeton 6 14| ill .111225: 245 548 8 12; Jplgetty 6 21 |u 8 12 32 2 52' 5 55' 8 18! Saundersfoot.( 6 24, HI 1 1 12 36, 2 55! 5 58 8 23? Tenbv f 1rr- 6 SS! 11 22 12 48 3 8 6 5 8 Sli y- | dep. 6 40 9 23 n 28 12 55: 3 12 6 10 8 S5| 6 45: 9 32 12 58 3 17 6 Ui ? 39 Mauorbier 6 52 0 3(i!n 41; 1 7| 3 25; g 21! o 47. Lamphey 6 59: 9 43ju 47, 1 i4; 3 34' g 30j Pembroke 7 8 9 40 11 531 1 i»< » 90 c or! o"ecl Pern-Dockarr. 7 10; 9 5ljl2 0 1 25jj 45 6 4o| 9 5! UP TltAINS-WICEK BATS. CLABBJSB. ,1 S 1 s 1 s 1 VJ jl Fi l*-m-! ».m.'p.m. p.m. jp-m. p.m. D m Psm-Bock 4 J 10 20 12 15 2 5 3 50 6 0 7 Iii' Pembroke 7 50 10 28 12 20 2 12 3 56 6 5 7 37! Lamphey 7 54 10 32,12 25 2 1G! 4 0) 6 10 Manorbier .i 8 2 10 41,12 32, 2 24 4 V 6 18 7"'49! Penally 8 10 10 48! 12 41! 2 32; 4 16 6 27, 7 57' Tenby,. f a,rr 8 10 51 12 15 2 351 4 le 6 31 8 01 ( dep 8 10:10 58 12 5b 2 40^ 4 2}! 6 35 Saundersfoot 8 27 11 H 1 0: 2 50 4 35j 6 45: £ l!Setty 8 31,11 15 1 13 2 591 4 41 6 49' Templeton 8 38 11 22 I 201 3 6, 4 48 6 56| Narberth 3 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]
SNAPSHOTTING CELEBRITIES. An interesting branch of the Press operator's work is securing snapshots of celebrities, which is, of course, rendered difficult or easy according as his subject—or perhaps one might say his victim-feels inclined to make it one or the other. Mr Lloyd George does not regard the Press photographer with unfriendly feelings, and is generally ready to aid him when he finds himself the object of an operator's attention but the Prime Minister has a distinct objection to being snapped." Two detectives clear the roadway in front of the Prime Minister's house in Downing Street of all persons with cameras before Mr Asquith comes out, and it was only by a piece of great good luck that a single photograph waa secured by an operator who had visited Downing Street many days in succession ere he was able to obtain it.—October Strand Magazine.
"0 BANNER OF THE WEST." --
"0 BANNER OF THE WEST." Pass on, pass on, ye flashing files Of men who march in militant array; Ye thrilling bugles, throbbing drums, Ring out, roll on, and die away And fade, ye crowds, with the fading day! Around the city's lofty piles Of steel and stone The lilac veil of dusk is thrown, Entangled full of sparks of fairy light; And the never-silent heart of the city hums To a homeward-turning tune before the night. But far above, on the sky-line's broken height, From all the towers and domes outlined In gray and gold along the city's crest, I see the rippling flag still take the wind With a promise of good to come for all mankind. -Pro In Who Follow the Flag," by Dr. Henry ran Dyke, in the October Scribner•"
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