RECORD FOR SOUfH WALES. DRIEST SEPTEMBER SINCE 1865. South Wales rainfall statistics show that the month which has just ended has been the driest September experienced in the district since 1865. The rainfall in Cardiff, as taken at the Cardiff Metrorological Station at Penylan, was '18 of an inch, and of this total a considerable proportion must be represeuted by dew, for on the last night of the month the dew represented a deposit of '01. The rainfall at Llanishen was -19 of an inch, and at the Beacons -91 of an inch. The Corporation rainfall records at Lisvane have been taken since 1864, and these show that in September, 1865, the rainfall there was -11 of an inch. On only three occasions since has the rainfall for the month of September been less than an inch, and that was in the years 1888, 1906, and 1907, but on each of those occasions it ex- ceeded three-quarters of an inch. It is worthy of note that during the past 35 years there have only been four drier months than that which has been concluded. These months were as follows :-1870-April, -15 1893-April, -18 1895—February, -15; 1905—May, '08.
POSITIVE SAUNDERSFOOT WITNESS. A Saundersfoot witness, who gave his evidence years ago, now endorses it in a most positive •way, adding immeasurably to its value. Mr Wm. Rogers, butcher, of Saundersfoot, near Tenby, Bays:—" For some years I was a great sufferer with my kidneys there were severe pains in my back and across my loins. When I stooped the pains were dreadful, and I could hardly bend to lace my boots. The urinary system was disordered, the kidney secretions being unnatural. "None of the many medioines I tried gave me relief except Doan's backache kidney pills. These pills have set my kidneys right, and driven away the pains from my back. (Signed) W. Rogers." Over 7 years later, Mr Rogers said :—" I still enjoy good health but I always keep some of Doan's backache kidney pills handy. They did me so much good that I like to have them by me in case of need." 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 Rogers had.
THE "UNDEVELOPED LAND" OF MEDICINE. To the Editor of the Tenby Observer. SIR,-I, too, have read Dr. Bryce's contribution in the British Medical Journal of September 3rd, on "Mechano.Therapy in Disease" with mingled feelings of pleasure and amazement. Time brings many revenges, but surely it has rarely brought so strange and complete a revenge as that paper affords the bone-setters" of this country for the abuse and denunciation which have been meted out to them by the average regular practitioner, and not less virulently by the Medical Press. I do not profess, being a layman, to understand in its entirety Dr. Bryce's paper, but I can discern its value as a thoroughly- informed, impartial testimony to the value of the methods of such men as Hutton and Atkinson in the past, and of such honest and able men as Barker to-day. To Mecho-Therapy I am in- debted for the free use of my right arm after the regular practitioner had failed to give me even temporary relief. Naturally enough, ever since I have followed its practise with the keenest inte- rest. Again and again I have been astonished, beyond words, at the attitude taken towards the method and the men who practise it by the medical faculty. Without the slightest investiga- tion, with no knowledge of system, without ever having seen a single operation, or even conversed with any person who claimed to have benefited by its use, they have heartily damned both the methods and the men. But a Daniel has come to judgment. Dr. Bryce's paper, I venture to think, makes that attitude an impossible one in the future for any medical man to assume-att least for any practi- tioner who poses as an open-minded progressive student of the healing art. What does Dr Bryce say ? "I came to the conclusion that there must be some virtue in a method which had suoh vitality as to spread all over a continent in a few years, and at its present rate of progress bade fair to travel all over "the world. I was hardly sur- prised at this, as my own experience in its practise had at least disclosed the fact that it was of striking benefit in selected cases." Could he say more for any method ? No single method in surgery is alleged to be of striking benefit save selected cases." Dr. Bryce's conclusion is a plea for the admission of this new form of scientific bone setting among the recognised methods of treatment practised by the medical profession." That there are "frauds" and quacks who pretend to follow this new form of scientific bone-setting" no one can doubt. America has no monopoly of the tribe. They are in England. But there is not a man who sanely and with informed skill follows this new method -being, in the jargon of the faculty, an irre- gular practitioner "-who would not hail with delight the widespread adoption of a method which has proved itself in thousands of cases a boon and a blessing.—Yours faithfully, W. LLEWSLTM WILLIAMS. Bedford Park, W., October 11th, 1910.
SOCIETY FOR THE ASSISTANCE OF LADIES IN REDUCED CIRCUMSTANCES. To the Editor of the Tenby Observer. SIR,—May I once again appeal to your readers and plead with them on behalf of my Society for the assistance of poor ladies. Every year I am obliged to ask for help, for though I have many kind and liberal supporters I have also very many poor ladies. They increase rather than diminish in numbers. New cases are refused help weekly. Those who have been on the books for years become more feeble and in need of more assis- tance, so that yearly the need of money becomes more and more urgent. This time I appeal for the general fund—out of it come doctors' and chemists' bills, rent, taxes, money for holidays, besides all expenses (wages, postage and printing). We frequently help "lame dogs over stiles," as I call it, giving help in emergencies (which sorne- times is of the greatest service). I beg all who can to send donations or subscrip- tions, larce or small. I am grateful for the smallest sum. Will others, again, give afternoon teas, with a concert and silver collection or hold a small sale of given work or get up a Rinking Carnival. Sums of JE5, £10, JE15 and upwards would be very gratefully received, and the trouble to raise the money should not I think be very great. The work would then beccme known in fresh towns and the interest in it much increase. I will gladly send reports, case papers, The Postman's Knock," etc., to anyone who wishes to become better acquainted with the working of the Society. All I can say is, please help in one way or another, and when making your will, do not forget that the smallest legacy is most acceptable. Yours faithfully, (Miss) EDITH SMALLWOOD (Hon. Sec.) 192, Lancaster, Road, North Kensington, London, W.
IMPERIAL SERVICE MEDAL. SEVERAL SOUTH WALES RECIPIENTS. The London Gazette of Friday night contains a. notice, dated Whitehall, October 8th, which states that the King has been pleased to grant to the following retired members of his Majesty's Civil Service (not belonging to the administrative or clerical branches) the Imperial Service Medal, which was instituted by his late Majesty for the recognition of long and meritorious service, viz. —Robert Aveston, shipwright, Pembroke Dock- yard Charles W. Bullock, overseer, Post Office, Cardiff; Maurice Evans, postman, Neyland; William James, hammerman, Pembroke Dock- yard Henry Jones, principal coast officer, his Majesty's Customs, Portmadoc; George Lewis, skilled labourer, Pembroke Dock-yard James Morgan, shipwright, Pembroke Dock-yard Samuel Tarry, postman, St. Asaph Richard Scurlock, shipwright, Pembroke Dock-yard Thomas Wil- liams, inspector, Mercantile Marino Office, Cardiff.
TKNRY COTTAGE HOSPITAL.—Number of beds, 9 patients admitted during past week, 3 patients discharged during past week, 1; total number in hospital, 9.
ME. FRANK B. MASON, HOUSE AGENT, ST. JULIAN STREET, TENBY, [Established over Fifty Years.] F. B. MASON publishes a QUARTERLY LIST Of Estates, Residences and Houses to be Sold or Let IN PEMBROKE SHIRK 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 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. 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. -L 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, FURBISHED, 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 sea 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. rPO BE SOLD, by Private Treaty, with early pos- J. session, the valuable FREEHOLD RESIDENTIAL ESTATE of "COTTESMORE," charmingly situated on the river Cleddau, 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. Excellent 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 JB108 per annum. Windy Hill Farm of 160 acres, let at £ 160 per annum; and Slouth Mill with 10 acres, let at JE51 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 1 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.
JOHN FOX, JR., ON THE TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PINE. March was openly gently, and so I should see ii, as the story puts it, giving place with lombre dignity to the passing burst of spring." Past June's boarding-house and John Hale's office my way had led, close to the old shingled school- house where the little girl went to school, and on almost under the shadow of the big beech where was her little play-house. Then into the mouth of the great gap which was bleak, gray, and suf- fused with misty blue, and on past Calaban's I moonshine cabin to a glangy little town whose 1 houses clung like swallows' nests to steep hillsides where John Hale was wont to turn toward Black Mountain and the pine of dreams, Looking for the real pine, I kept on to another little town where Talt Hall (alias Rufe Tolliver) killed him a policeman," There I swerved to the left of the county seat, where Rufe paid the death penalty for that killing and the Red Fox swung from the same scaffold and turned toward the wilderness of the Pound. A land agent was with me as com- panion and guide—a tall, broad-ahouldered fellow whose voice was slow and whose face was srnooth- ahaven and creased with tiny wrinkles of humor that meant a kindly heart. Where, in years gone by, we had ploughed through mud knee-deep between this town and the county seat,, the agent and I ambled corofortly along a macadamized road built by the government as an educ&tory suggestion—but only for a few miles for soon w'e turned up a little stream that is called Gues fe River, and the road of ages was again ours. Up the sluggish, steep-banked, narrow little stream, past mines and smoking coke-ovens and tUyough cleared bottom-lands to the first sign that. it was Saturdoy afternoon-.and the first sign. of the I chief occupation up that way—three met, squatted on the roadside, their faces flushed, their eyes stupid, and their heads wagging fooliably-moon- ¡I shine !-From On the Trail of the Lonesome Pine," by John Fox, Jr., in the October" Scribner," L
GIRLS OUT LATE. ? VIGILANCE MEETING AT HAVERFORD- WEST. At a public meeting held at Haverfordwest,, under the auspices of the South Wales branch, of the National Vigilance Association, last Thurs- day night, the chairman, Rev. J. H. Davies, vicar of St. Mary's, said there were many societies ia Haverfordwest which exercised a healthful in- fluence, but much work still remained to be done. He said he would like to see all the ]t%uoei and public walks, which had been made beautiful by the Town Improvements Committee, closed shortly after sunset throughout the year. It was not proper for young people to be walking about at night in the Haverfordwest resorts. Mrs George lies, Penarth, said things had greatly George lies, Penarth, said things had greatly changed since she was a girl. Then girls had to be indoors at 9 o'clock now they were permitted to remain out much later. Mr George Pike, Cardiff, Rev. A. Baring-Gould, and Mr F. J. Warren also spoke.
IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS.-Every Mother ± who values the Health and Cleanliness of her Child should use HARRISON'S "RELIABLE" NURSERY POMADE. One application kiiis all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strengthens, j the Hair. In Tins 41d. and 9d. Postage lei. G EO. W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents-Tenby Co-operative D.tng Stores (Proprietor, H. G. PHILLIPS), Waterloo House, Tenby. | 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.-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. RUNS ARRANGED to all Places of Interest at most reasonable charges. For Terms and Inspection of Hire Cars please call at GEORGE ACE Ltd., r 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 Bewt PRICES on application. Discount for Cash. Orders received by— MR. GEORGE LYONS, Collector, Saltwood House, South Parade OR AT THE GAS WORKS, TENBY. ||F ECZEMA |Wf PERMANENT CURE AT THE AGE OF 65. |§ji| Sufferers from Eczema, Scrofula, Scurvy, Blotches, ISSM PI Spots, Pimples, Sores, and Eruptions of all kinds, or any | BBS kindred complaint, should at once profit by the experience I Kg| |jij| of Mr. Mortlock. I ra|§ jgjjfsif Mr. CHARLES MORTLOCK, of Gaze* again at night in pleasure and comfort. 1 USj&j ley, Newmarket, Suffolk, writes: although I am sixty-five years of age. I I E9C9 gagSj Dear Sirs,—After long suffering from feel so grateful to you for my cure that I | §jgl|3 eczema, being so bad I could not get on my should like the public to know of it, and will I |§5p?ii! feet for weeks,T was persuaded by my sons answer any inquiries." I RHHj FSSMS to try" Clarke's Blood Mixture," which they In a further letter recently received, Mr. J B9B| BS%jj purchased for mc. I am so pleased to tell you Mortlock writes: "I have n^er had any j BBS the result. After taking several bottles I return of the eczema, and I cannot give 1 H™| am able to walk out to work and home | Clarke's Blood Mixture too much praise." I tBSBa ||||i THE REASON Clarke's Blood Mixture effects such wonderful cures I Epa ||||| is because it is the only medicine which thoroughly drives out all impurities from I lira fcSjjgi the blood. Remember, "For the blood is the life," and Skin and Blood j SSH S§!p| Diseases, such as Eczema, Scrofula, Scurvy, Bad Legs, Ulcers, Boils, Pimples, 1 HH glpfr Sores, and Eruptions of all kinds, Blood Poison, Glandular Swellings, Rheumatism, 1 HH ||||5 Gout, &c., can only be permanently cured by purifying the blood. Clarke's j H |||m Blood Mixture, which has stood the test of 40 years, is to-day in greater demand J BpfS than ever, and the proprietors, with confidence, solicit sufferers to give it a trial to [ ffigl ||i| test its value. IUH 1 CLARKE'S BLOOD MIXTURE, I Pleasant to the taste and guaranteed free SUFFERERS who are doubtful about f • 1 from anything injurious to the most their case should write to us aV once I BHj gggSBSi delicate constitution of either sex.1 Of fully describing their illness. We shall Eg-^ffiSSk all Chemists and Stores, 2/0 per bottle, be pleased to give them, in confidence, 1 g|gBj8& and io cases, containing six times the the best advice free of charge. We iEBBSHk quantity, 11/ or post free direct will also send copies of many ■DnBkX from the Proprietors on receipt of additional testimonials. Address /^B^BBBBk price. Refuse substitutes. as below, ■fi Tqe Lincoln & tyidlaqd Counties Drug Co., Lincoln. H9H GREY HAIR permanently and speedily re- stored to its original colour by using HARM- SOU'S H. AIR COLOUR RESTORER. It is not a dye, bafc by natural means acts as a restorative. Contains H. othing injurious, and is beneficial to the growth an>'l beauty of the Hair. In bottles, price 1/6 (postage 3d. extra). Manufacturer:—G. W. HABBISON, It air Specialist, Reading. Agent for I Tenbj;—K- ;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. PHILLIIS, proprietor). Pain arising FROM n!a, Rheumatism, Chronic JjJigM Lumbago, Bronchitis, Sore Throat Sprain, 1 from Cold, Backache, Cold at the Bruises, Chest, mgh^Crts, the Limbs after is best treated by wng ELLIMAN'S according to j f f y\ MJL the information given in ths k.. • V /'Imv *> Elliman R.E.P. booklet vo JK iTn pages, (illustrated) which is f'JI (M'' placed inside cartors with fklj|( )l all bottles of Elliniaa's IP1 §MW A JSP price 1/H, 2/9 h 4/ The R.E.P. booklet also contains 'agpf? ether information of such j' M practical value as to cause mW y it to be in demand for First /if/ ]• Aid and other purposes; y(J l(y \M\ also for its recipes in res- /ft (M \w\ pect of Sick Room re- W /j'^A Jks quisitcs. Ellman's added to j&r Animals „ j | Aiiments may in many i-l- stances be relieved or curtd Ellimaa E! F. A." Booklet I royal for ANIMALS cf ELLIMAN'S pi-ice Set tkn Elliman C.F. Booklet Ù., 2/. &3/5. UNIVERSAL for HUMAN USE t 3 See the EIHman R.E.P. Booklet I EHis»an, £ onssoo..f;Y,i:?h.Ensiana. fount enclosed with bo'Ues of ELLIMAN'S j _————————— I THE NAME IS ELLIMAN J j P. in ■■■ ■ ■ mi r-" t « 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. FERPEOTIOISr O IE1 QUALITY ASSURED. • ATKINS & COOMB, M t T TENBY. jt< /IIIlli • The "Daily Mail has done for 11/j ijU aviation, mVn mi ft°ntffen Rays have done for ffPfl What surgery., mill A lid 1/ Marconi has done for communi- W ill cation, ¥/| "Royal Worcester Kid-fitting Jl^ ll 1\ 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.
IRISH BEGGAR'S WAY. I To have a large family in Ireland is always looked upon as a special mark of the Divine blessing, and in connection therewith the Vicar of Avoca tells a good story. He was dining once at a house in Tipperary when a card was brought in by the butler and sent round the table. A tramp had two children in a perambulator, with seven others round him at the door. He was looking for help, and this was his modus operandi. He called at each house, and the card with the following inscription was handed in :— Dear Friends,-Having obeyed the Divine command to increase and multiply, I am unable to support my already too large family. Your kind aid and assistance will be welcomed. -Truly yours,—PATRICK KEKNAH. This ingenious man always got help!
MOTOR-BOAT FOR LOBSTERS. Successful experiments are being made at Swanage in lobster fishing by motor-boat. With the skipper at the tiller and the chauffeur at the motor, the voyage of six miles out to the lobster- pots is quickly made. Then comes the order to stand by," and the bundle of corks which marks the basket beneath is drawn on board, and the lobsters are deftly removed from the pot" and placed in the bottom of the boat. The motor- boat may possibly play an important part in the Dorset lobster industry in the near future in spite of the verdict of conservative "old salts," for by bringing the fishing grounds out in the Channel so much nearer more can be caught and possibly the price of lobsters cheapened.
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., 28. 3d., and 3s. 8d. Postage 2d.—G. W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents- Tenby Co-operative Drug Stores (Proprietor H. G. PHILLIPS), Waterloo House, Tenby.
Visitors to the town will find the fullest and most correct information respecting Tenby in MASON'S SIXVENNY GnllE, copies of which can be obtained from either of the local stationers Wyman and Son's railway bookstall, or at the ofliee of the (Jbserver, Frog Street, Ten by. A new edition, much improved and enlarged, has recently been issued, and as this is the original and oldest local guide visitors can rely upon its being also the best.
TENBY TIDE TABLE, OCT., igio. Morn. Even. Height m, h m h m ft. in. Thursday 20 7 3 7 24 2\ 1 Friday 21 7 45 8 7 23 3 Saturday 22 8 30 8 53 21 9 Sunday 23 9 17 9 41 19 10 Monday 24 10 5 10 32 17 9 Tuesday 25 11 1 n 41 15 9 Wednesday 26 0 22 14 11 Thursday 27 ] 14 1 58 14 10 RAILWAY TIME TABLE. OCTOBER, 1910, and until further notice. (1st and 3rd Class only). DOWN TRAINS-WEEK DAYS. 1 3 ~j~X 3 I 3 1 3 "j jT a.m. a.m.; p.m. p.m. p.m.! p.m.! Whitland .dep. 5 59| <10 40ll2 0 2 25 5 25 7 52< Narberth 6 5j 10 52 12 15 2 35 5 38' 8 4 Templeton 6 14: :11 1 12 25 2 45 5 48' 8 12 Kilgetty 6 2l| 111 g 12 32 2 52! 5 55 8 18: Saundersfoot. 6 24; 11 U 12 36 2 55 5 58 8 231 lenbv I a/r■ 6 35 n 11 22 I2 48 3 8 6 5 8 31' y- ( dep. 6 40 9 23 H 28 12 55, 3 12 6 10 8 35 Penally 6 45 9 2(> n 30 j2 58 3 17 6 U 8 39i Manorbier 6 52 9 3G h ih 1 7 3 25 6 21l 8 471 Lainphey 6 59, 9 43,'u 47 1 14, 3 34! 6 30! Pembroke 7 319 40 11 53| 1 18 3 38 6 351 8*56i Pem-Dockarr. 7 10] 9 51 12 0 1 251 3 45! 6 40j 9 5; UP TRAINS—TIM BATS. 3 ,-I-¡- -'1- |a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. p-m. p.m. p.m.: Fem-Dock dtp 7 45 10 2o 12 15 2 5 3 50i 6 0 7 30 Pembroke 7 5010 28 12 20 2 12. 3 56' 6 5 7 37 Lampbey 7 54 10 32 12 25 2 10 4 0> 6 10 Manorbier 8 2 10 41.12 32: 2 24 4 71 6 18 7 49 Penally 8 10 10 4« 12 41: 2 321 4 16| 6 27i 7 57! iw.Tr ( arr 8 13:10 51 12 45 2 351 4 19 6 Si 8 0 lenoy. j g 1(; 10 58 l2 55 2 40 4 5 35j Saundersfoot 8 27 11 11 1 9 2 50 4 35 6 45 Kilgetty 8 31 11 15 1 13 2 59 4 411 6 49 Templeton 8 38 11 22 1 20 3 6 4 48i 6 56! Narberth 8 48 11 32 1 30! 3 15| 4 58! 7 51 Whitland .arri 8 58|li 42' 1 40j 3 25 5 13 7 171
THE GREAT SKIN CURE. BUDDEN'S S.R. SKIN OINTMENT will cure 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 nd. and Is. l^d. Agent for Tenby—Mr J. B. FRANCIS, Chemist. Printed and Published by FRANK B. MASON, at his Printing Office, Frog Soreet, Teoby, Thursday*. October 20, 1910.