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TIlE MISSIONS to Seamen A GRAND VARIETY ENTERTAINMENT Will be held in aid of the above On SATURDAY, October 29th, 1910, IN THE PUBLIC HALL, TENBY, At 3.15 p.m. The following pieces will be performed by well-known Amateurs:— "JERRY AND A SUNBEAM." Mr JEAFFRESON and Miss MAUNSELL. A COMIC MEDLEY, ending with "PACKING UP." A Farce in one act. Messrs. H. F. S. HUNTINGTON and F. P. LACET. "TIME IS MONEY." A Comedy in one act. Mrs SIRAET-JONES, Miss MAUNSELL and Mr JEAFFRESON. Seats: 2s. 6d. (reserved), Is., and 6d. Tickets of Mr F. B. MASON, or at the Doors. -n- WOMEN'S UNIONIST AND TARIFF REFORM ASSOCIATION. A PUBLIC MEETING WILL BE HELD IN THE ROYAL ASSEMBLY ROOMS, TENEY, On FRIDAY, 28th OCTOBER, 1910. PRINCIPAL SPEAKER L Miss SINCLAIR RHODE, Who will speak on TARIFF REFORM. Chair will be taken, at 8 o'clock, by Mr. C. W. R. STOKES. SOUTH AMERICAN MISSIONARY SOCIETY. A MEETING On behalf of the above Society will be held (D.V.) in the ROYAL GATE HOUSE ASSEMBLY ROOMS —— TENBY, —— ) On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 2nd, 1910, WHEN THE REV. J. M. HARRIES, M.A., HON. SECRETARY, will give interesting information about Mission work in South America, illustrated by Curioa. Chair to be taken at Eight o'clock by THE RECTOR OF TENBY Your attendance is earnestly requested. THERE WILL BE A COLLECTION. MARKET HALL, TENBY. THE EIGHTH CHRYSANTHEMUM, FLOWER, FRUIT AND VEGETABLE ——— SHOW, ——— ART and INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION, WILL BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY, November 16th, 1910. Schedules on application to the Secretary— H. WILLIAMS, 7, South Cliff Street, TENBY. llANOR COURTS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,— THAT the Courts Leet and view of Frankpledge of our Sovereign Lord the King and the Courts Baron of Sir CHARLES EDWARD G: KGG PHILIPPS, Baronet, and MARY PHILIPPA, Lady PHILIPPS, his wife. Lord and Lady of the undermentioned Manors, will be held at the times and places following :— For the Manor of MAEXCLOCHOG, on MONDAY, the 31st day of October. 1910. at the hour of 12 o'clock at noon, at the Castle Hotel, situate in the village of Maennlochog, within the same Manor. For the Manor of PENALLY, on TUESDAY, the 1st day of November, 1910, at the hour of 12 o'clock at noon, at the Crown Inn situate in the village of Penalty, within the said Manor. For the Manor of MANORBIER, on WEDNES- DAY. the 2nd day. of November. 1910, at 12.30 o'clock in the afternoon, at Park Farm. Manorbier, within the said Manor, when and where all persons owing suit and service, claiming admittanco to any hereditaments, or having any business to tranact at the said Courts respectively are requested to attend. Dated this 24th day of October, 1910. JOHN ROBERTS, Deputy Steward of the said Manor. 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, HANDY WEEK-END CASES, DRESS BASKETS, TRUNKS, BEDSTEADS, A 6i>d- BAZAAR, And almost every Household Requisite. Royal Daylight Petroleum and Incandescent Cas Mantles always in Stock. Experienced, Workmen engaged on the Premises. TELEPHONE No. 15. 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. H ALLSVILLE 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, Tenby. THE DOCKS, MILFORD HAVEN I Sale of Stores, Ropes, Sails, etc., salved from as. Dalserf, now lying in Dock Warehouse, Milford Haven. MR. FRANK B. MASON Is instructed by J. PHILLIPS, Esq., Lloyds Agent, Milford Haven, to Sell by Auction, a large quantity of SALYED GOODS from the Steamship Dalserf, On FRIDAY, October 28th, 1910, Including about 40 Lamps; a dozen Lines and Ropes; four good Tarpaulins six SAILS and COVERS (the majority new); a large quantity of useful PAINTS and OILS, Tallow, Glue, Soft Soap and Putty. A small CONDENSER, about 7cwt. (salved from ss. Elin.) A QUANTITY OF SUNDRIES, including Lamp Glasses and Electric Lamps, Bath Bricks, Wedges, Stocks and Dies, Cargo Gins, Iron Dogs, Spanners, Caulking Tools, Rolls of Packing, Hammers, Broom Handles, Ventilator Cowls, Zinc Plates, Buckets, Wood Blocks, Life Buoys, Cargo Hooks, Paint Brushes, etc., etc. ALSO THREE LIFE-BOATS AND A VERTICAL BOILER. TERMS CASH. Sale to commence at Two p.m. Goods on view day previous and morning of Sale. Auction Offices-St. Julian Street, Tenby, October 22nd, 1910. PUBLIC HALL, TENBY. Sale of Household Furniture and Miscellaneous Effects, being surplus Goods removed from Glenwood, Tenby, and other sources. MR. FRANITB. MASON Will Sell by Auction, in the above Hall, on WEDNESDAY, November 23, 1910, A LARGK ASSEMBLAGE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND OTHER EFFECTS. A few lots of JEWELLERY, GOLD and SILVER WATCHES, Gold Rings, Brooches, Neck Chains, curious old Tortoiseshell Necklet. lOOoz. OF SILVER. PLATED GOODS. A White Enamelled BEDROOM SUITE. Mahogany Double Washstand. Stained as Walnut BEDROOM SUITE, comprising a 6ft. Wardrobe, a 4ft. Dressing Table, ditto Washstand and Pedestal Cupboard. A 4ft. Walnut Writing Table. Two Easy Chairs covered in saddlebags. An antique Mahogany 2-flap Table. A Dining Table with carved legs. A corner CHINA CABINET. Gent.'s Wardrobe. Extending Dining Table with extra leaf. A 4ft. 6in. Burr-Walnut DTTCHESSE DRESSING TABLE, fitted with 7 drawers and swing glass over, and ditto Washstand with drawer and marble top. A fine Pedestal Dressing Table, fitted with 13 drawers. A 4ft. Mahogany Dining Table with 3 extra leaves. An American Organ in walnut case (by C. Curtis)- Two Mahogany-frame Easy Chairs. Small MAHOGANY CABINET, enclosed by two trellis glazed doors. A Mahogany Overmantel. A Striking Clock in black marble case. Coloured Prints, etc., etc. A Mahogany Chest of five Drawers several Stew-pans and Covers. Plated Teapots; Old English Inlaid Straight front Chest of four Drawers. A TURKEY CARPET, 18ft. x 9ft. Antique Oak Panelled Chest of five Drawers. PAINTED WHITE BEDROOM SUITE, comprising Hanging Wardrobe, Dressing Cheat of Drawers, Washstand, etc. A 5ft. Inlaid Sideboard a 3ft. 6in. Ash Hanging Wardrobe; a 6ft. 6in. Walnut frame Chesterfield Settee; a 3ft. 3in. Mahogany Chest of Drawers. A Mahogany Dressing Table; a 4ft. 6in. Inlaid Walnut China Cabinet. An Ebonized and Amboyna Wood Writing Table. A 4ft. 6in. Mahogany Dining Table. A 4ft. Walnut Chiffonier; a pair of large Mahogany Arm Chairs. A Double Barrel BREECH-LOADING GUN, and two Single Barrel GUNS. Also" As UPRIGHT OVERSTRUNG" XLCIA PLAYER PIANO, Full Iron Fram8, Check Action, Transposing Bar. Gained a Medal and Diploma in 1909 Earl's Court Exhibition. Cost over £100. TERMS CASH. Goods on view day previous and morning of Sale. Sale to commence at Tico o'clock prompt. Admission to Sale-room SIXPENCE, which will be credited to every purchaser. Auction Offices-St. Julian Street, Tenbv, October 13th, 1910 THE TENBY DRUG STORES (OPPOSITE TOWN HALL) HOLDS THE LARGEST AND MOST VARIED STOCK IN THE DISTRICT. ALL GOODS ARE SUPPLIED AT LOWEST PRICES. The Business being mainly CASH we are able to save our Customers 25% on their Purchases from us. IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, e.g., DISPENSING, OPTICAL, PHOTOGRAPHIC, SUNDRIES, PATENTS, We can show a substantial advantage in Prices. THE TENBY DRUG STORES, H. C. PHILLIPS, M.P.S. (Silver Medallist), late LIVESEY. Chemist and Optician. Makers of the celebrated LIVESEY'S LINSEED LINCTUS FOR COUGHS. MRS. W. A. GARTHWAITE (L. C. HAY, L.R.A.M.), ^CCOZMZZP-^ZN-IST. Lessons given in Pianoforte Playing. For Terms apply EATON COTTAGE, TENBY. TWYCROSS COTTAGE.—Pleasantly situated on outskirts of Tenby—7 Rooms, Workshop, Garden, and Paddock, to let at J318 per annum. Apply Mr F. B. MASON, House Agent, Tenby. APARTMENTS.—To Let, one Sitting and one or two Bedrooms.—Apply 3, Queen's Parade, Tenby. FARMHOUSE APARTMENTS.—To Let, con- 1' taining 4 Bedrooms and 2 Sitting-rooms. J. BRACE, Park Farm, Manorbier. T)ITMAN,S SHORTHAND. The" SUUCESS" _L Postal Lessons, 12 for 12/6, cannot be beaten. Failure impossible. — DANIEL JONES, F.I.P.S., I F.Inc.S.T., The Well-known Coach, NKATH. I TENBY MUNICIPAL ELECTION TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1910. To the Burgesses of the Borough of Tenby, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Having been nominated for one of the vacancies in the Town Council, I beg respectfully to place my services at your disposal. I venture to think the experience I have gained in my occupation (forming as it does a material part of the Council business) might be usefully em- ployed to our mutual benefit. I am in the field as an Independent Candidate. If elected I shall always express my opinion candidly and fearlessly, and advocate what I con- sider advantageous to the town geuerally. Soliciting the favour of your vote and interest on the election day, I am, Ladiea and Gentlemen, Yours respectfully, WILLIAM DAVIES. 3, Weston Terrace, Tenby, October 25, 1910. TENBY MUNICIPAL ELECTION TUESDAY, November 1st, 1910. To the Electors of the Borough of Tenby. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, I am a candidate at the forthcoming Municipal Election, and respectfully solicit; your votes and interest. If elected, I would join with others in the demand to know Why JB200 per annum is paid to an absentee Borough Treasurer. I am in favour of Corporation work being con- tracted for, and the lowest tender of reliable men accepted. I believe Tenby has every chance of a prosperous future if its local government were carried out on more progressive lines. In offering you my services I have no personal or party interests to advanco beyond my desire to usefully represent you on the Council. I am the nominee of no Political or Municipal Party, but solicit your suffrages as an absolutely Independent Candidate. As on the occasion of my former candidature, I do not propose making a personal canvass of the rate- payers, believing that the spirit of the Ballot Act will be the better respected by refraining from ex- tracting pre-election promises. Trusting to receive your kind support on Novem- ber 1st, I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, ROBERT L. C. MORRISON, (Editor and Manager the Tenby Observer.) 3, Greenhill Avenue, Tenby, October 18th, 1910. TENBY MUNICIPAL ELECTION, 1910. To the Burgesses of the Borough of Tenby. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, My term of office having expired, I again offer you my services. Being a large ratepayer and employer of labour it behoves me to do my utmost for the welfare of our ancient borough. Trusting you will favour me with your votes on the 1st of November, I remain, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, WILFRED REES. York House, Tenby, October 24th, 1910. TENBY MUNICIPAL ELECTION, 1910. To the Electors of the Borough of Tenby. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, On the 1st November my second term as one of your Representatives in the Town Council expires. Might I ask you to favour me with your support for a third term if you are satisfied witti the manner in which I have performed the duties during the last six years ? Assuring you that if elected I shall endeavour as in the past to study your interests, and to keep Tenby to the front as the most beautiful watering- place in the United Kingdom, I remain, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, R. II. TUCK. 7, The Norton, Tenby, 24th October, 1910. II II T. P. HUGHES' SPECIAL BARGAINS for early Autumn. 100 TAILOR-MADE COATS with new Convertible Collar. A very smart Coat in New Blanket Tweeds and Plain Blanket Cloth. — Price 21/6. — This is exactly the same line and the same price that several London firms are advertising iu the Daily Mail. Come and see the actual Garments in our Show-room. Illustrations give a very inadequate idea of what you are buying. SUPPORT HOME INDUSTRIES. Special Millinery Display now on. T. P. HUGHES, Bon Marche, TENBY. II For Your Health's Sake DRINK PURE CHINA TEA. Special brands to be obtained only at Palmer's Stores 10, High Street AND 15, Warren Street. PEICES- 1/8, 2/ 2/6, 2/10 and 4/- per lb. Free Samples on application. RICHARDS' TYPEWRITING DEPOT.—All kinds of Typing promptly executed. Price lists free. Satisfaction guaranteed. Personal Tuition in Type- writing a speciality. Sole local agent for Smith Premier Typewriter Co. 10, Park Road, Tenby. F. BILLING, BELLEVUE FRUIT STORES. APPLES. CHOICE DESSERT-Allington, Princess, n King, Newtown and other Pippins, 3d. to 6d. per lb. COOKING APPLES from 2d. per lb. Extra large Warner's King, 4d. CHOICE HOT-HOUSE GRAPES. Gros Colmar, Gros Maroc, and Ali- cante 1/6 to 2/3 per lb. Almeria Green Grapes, best quality, 6d. per lb. GRAPE FRUIT-choice Jamaica, 31d. to 5d. each. F. BILLING, BELLEVUE, TENBY. 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 iKZZEZEJST PEICES. INSPECTION INVITED. Sole Ageqt Pronjpt for THE vjl Dispatch T J IPERTHI p Tenby and |DYE| and District. J|wORKsi^ quick return. MILFORD HOUSE, TENBY. WANTED, at once, a. good strong Girl as V KITCHENMAID also one as HOUSEMAID. Apply, with reference, to the Cobourg Hotel, Tenby. WEDDING (jrlFT.—Lady offers magnificent 7-guinea Service, A1 quality Plate (stamped), six each Table Dessert Spoons, Forks, Tea and Egg Spoons (36 piecea), unsoiled; accept 25/ Approval. Write "Gift," Observer Office) Tenby.
LIST OF VISITORS.
LIST OF VISITORS. Arnoux, Mr F., Stoke-on-Trent 5 Quarry cottages Allen, Mrs Cuthbert, Dinas Powis 2 St Catherine's terrace Bedingfeld, Major and Mrs, Woking 9 Queen's parade Barclay, Miss, Llanelly Hereford house Borrowes, Lady and Miss, Ayleston Hill, Hereford 6 Norton Bull, Mr and Mrs F. H., Boncath 8 Norton Clapp, Miss, Purley Rhos cottage Coleman, Miss, Coleford, Glos. 5 St Julian terrace De Satge, Madame, Malvern Wells Worcester house Davies, Miss, Coleford, Glos. 5 St Julian terrace Ellis, Miss, Purley Rhos cottage Foley, Mrs, London Worcester house Goulden, Mr and Mrs, Ormskirk 5 St Julian terrace Hawksley, Mrs & family, Portsmouth.2 Esplanade Holder, Captain and Mrs Newport house Holder, Miss and Miss M. Newport house Holdsworth, Mrs and Miss, Lewsford, Hatfield, Herts 1 Croft terrace Hill, Mr and Mrs H. Gathorne, Burton Court, London Granston house Hansell, Mr, Mrs and party, Thirsk, Yorkshire Clement dale Hambly, Mr and Mrs. Westbury-on-Trym 2 Somerset houses Heneker, Colonel and Mrs, The Curragh, Ireland Broughton villa Heneker, Masters David and Paddy and nurse, The Curragh, Ireland Broughton villa Kenworthy, Mr and family, Cheltenham 34 Victoria street Kerswells, Mrs and Miss, London Yelverton cottage Leach, Major Burleigh, and Mrs, London 3 Croft terrace Lloyd, Miss Conway, Chelsea 2 St Catherine's terrace Lloyd Philipps' Mrs children and nurse, Dale Clarence house Lawrence, Rev. R. G., Llanarthney 1 Gunfort Perks, Mr & Mrs George, Norwich Clareston house Massy, Mr and Mrs Arthur, Cuffern 20 Norton Nell, Mrs and Miss Mabel, Wenvoe 2 St Catherine's terrace Oldham, Commander and Mrs A. H. and family 21 Victoria street Philpot, Mrs, Cardiff 1 Avondale villas Pidduck, the Misses, Aberystwyth 4 St Julian terrace Rees, Lieut.. The Welch Regiment, Pembroke-Dock 4 Giltar terrace, Penally Russell, Major, Pembroke-Dock Mountgarrie, Penally Woosnam, Mrs and Miss, Bletchley St. Bride's, Esplanade Wade, Lieut.-Colonel, R.E., Pembroke-Dock ft Norton Goscar House.—Miss Duncombe, Mrs Thackeray Synge and children, Woodlands, Glasbury-on-Wye.
The Rev. Vallance Cook, evangelist, com- menced a special ten days' mission at the Tenby Wesleyan Church, on Saturday. A correspondent sends us the following cutting from Hie People with a request that we should insert same :—" Exeter police are offering a reward of j350 to any person affording the first information that will lead to any con- viction for bribery, treating or undue influence in connection with the forthcoming municipal election."
TOP OF THE POLL for Value, LOOK AFTER YOUR OWN INTERESTS by giving your VOTE in favour of W. A. WOODS' Hats, Hosiery and Outfitting. POLL EARLY and secure the pick of the smartest and most up- to-date Stock of Shirts, Overcoats, Fancy Waistcoats & Underclothing. W. A. WOOD, "MY HATTER," w. FIVE ARCHES, TENBY.
33irti)S, f&avrtagcs, anti Bratbo. BIRTH. THOMAS.—On the 20th inst., at 12, Lower Park Road, Tenby, the wife of W. J. Thomas, of a daughter. DIED. MACKAY.—On October 25th, at Cawdor House, Tenby, Elizabeth, widow of Daniel Mackay, of Bewdley, aged 63. Service at S. Mary's, Tenby, 5.15 p.m. October 27th, interment at Ribbesford, Bewdley, October 28th, 10 a.m.
[TELEPHONE No. 7.] [ESTABLISHED 1853.] Ciroulation guaranteed more than Treble that of any other Local Paper. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27. 1910.
COTTAGE HOSPITAL FINANCES. A IN response to our special appeal last week on behalf of the Tenby Cottage Hospital, we are more than gratified to be able to record a most generous re- sponse from Lady St. Davids, whose support of all philanthropic and chari- table movements is so well known. Writing to the Editor of the Observer, her ladyship says she is pleased to see that a special appeal for the Tenby Cottage Hospital is made in the Tenby Observer of October 20th, and has much pleasure in sending a special donation of Ya-, and hopes that many others who know the urgent importance of the maintenance of the Hospital and the admirable work that has been done, will also send special donations in addi- tion to their subscriptions." We add our thanks to those of the management of the Cottage Hospital to Lady St. Davids for her kindness and liberality at such a juncture in the affairs of the institution, and again express the hope that other wealthy people will follow her good example. The Tenby Cottage Hospital, by the very nature of its work, is always in need of funds, and its efficient maintenance is of the most vital importance. As we have again and again urged, what the Hospital requires is a substantial and reliable subscription list. It is true that the institution has a fairly good reserve fund, but it would be decidedly unwise on the part of the management to in any way interfere with this nest egg. The Hospital building is not a new one; it is nearly forty years ago since it was put up, and as time goes on it is only to be expected that structural repairs will become necessary. In view of these possibilities it is an act of pru- dence and foresight on the part of the management that they should have some financial provision upon which they can fall back and the reserve fund must be kept intact for such a purpose. Therefore, to meet current expenditure it is indispensable that there should be a steady income avail- able from subscriptions. These are the life blood of the institution, and if the income from this source were larger it would relieve the management of a good deal of anxiety, and obviate the necessity of continually promoting en- tertainments, etc., in order to supple- ment the finances. On behalf of this excellent and admirably conducted in- stitution we once more make a strong appeal for an extended subscription list. It is the Tenby Cottage Hospi- tal's most urgent need, and one which we trust a generous public will supply.
WHILST the action of the Tenby Town Council, at its last special meeting, of approving of Mr Preece James' Culvert plans is generally endorsed by the town, there appears to be a certain section, small it is true, who are opposed to the adoption of this scheme. In view of the facts such opposition is incomprehen- sible. A substantial majority of the members of the Town Council have given their vote in favour of the scheme, and this is a circumstance which is bound to carry considerable weight with the Local Government Board, when their inspector holds the necessary enquiry. As to the merits of Mr Preece James' scheme, this is, of course, a matter for engineering ex- perts, but^from what has been stated in the course of the many discussions in the Council Chamber, and also dur- ing the hearing of the action Morley v. James, we are warranted in drawing the conclusion that it is such a scheme as will meet the situation and provide all that is required to remove the exis- ting unsatisfactory state of things. As has been repeatedly emphasized, Mr James has for years made a special study of the Western Outfall, and in competition with outside engineers, no matter how eminent they might be, possesses a distinct advantage in prac- tical knowledge of the matter. It has been alleged as a point against his scheme that concrete is to be largely used in the work, but from what has transpired we think, and many prac- tical men entirely agree with us, that this contention may be completely
swept aside. Concrete, it would seem, is essentially the material which ought to be used in such works, and with all due deference to those engineers who have expressed an opinion against it, we think it will be found that in the great majority of such sewerage schemes concrete is largely made use of. Now that the Town Council have adopted a scheme, we trust no time will be lost in pushing the matter for- ward, so that the work may be com- pleted before another season comes round. The present state of the Cul- vert speaks for itself, and demands immediate attention. Whatever objec- tions may be urged against Mr James' scheme at the Local Government Board enquiry, they cannot, of course, with anything like consistency, come from the Corporation, seeing that a, majority of its members have signified their approval of it. And this being the case we trust the Town Council will now do everything possible to bring the matter to a practical and successful issue.
1""trrr..í""9 .I.. LULAL 5IKHNUS. The half term of the Tenby County School will commence next Tuesday. A list of Penally subscriptions to. the Royal National Lifeboat Institution is crowded out of our present issue, but will appear next week. The annual sale of work in connection with the Tenby Presbyterian Church, will be held in the Public Hall on December 14th. Next Thursday (November 3rd) is the last day for the payment of the District and Water Rates. • ♦ • The actual cost of removing the buildings and laying out the site on the South Parade is offi- cially stated to be £ 128 18s. 8d. At the annual meeting of the Tenby Golf Club, held yesterday (Wednesday). Mr J. S. Brown was elected secretary at a remuneration of fifty guineas per annum. In aid of the funds of the West Wales Sana- torium, a grand concert will be held in the Assembly Rooms, Tenby, this (Thursday) evening. The BELGRAVE HOTEL, Esplanade, Tenby, is now replete with every convenience and accom- modation for visitors. Tariff upon application Manageress. The annual meeting of the Tenby Golf Club was held at the Cobwvj t Hotel last (Wednesday) evening, but owing to pressure on our space the report of same is held over till next week. On behalf of the South African Missionary Society a meeting will take place in the Tenby Assembly Rooms next Wednesday night, when the Hev. J. M. Harries, M.A. (Hon. Secretary), will speak on mission work. The Rector of Tenby will preside. +++ The Tenby Chrysanthemum Show, after a lapse of several years, is to be revived, and will take place in the Market Hall, on Wednesday, November 16th. Schedules can be obtained from Mr II. Williams, South Cliff Gardens, Tenby. At The Docks, Milford Haven, to-morrow (Friday) afternoon, Mr Frank B. Mason will sell by auction a large quantity of salved goods from the steamship Dalserf, full particulars of which will be found in our advertisement columns. The Court of Directors of the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company recommend out of the profits of the current year the payment of an interim dividend at the rate of £5 per cent. per annum (less Income Tax) on the Preference Stock. The dividend warrants will be posted to the proprietors on 1st November. Mr F. Billing, fruit merchant, Bellevue, Tenby, is this week offering a special consign- ment of choice dessert and cooking apples also a very fine lot of hot-house grapes, particulars of which will be found in his advertisement in another column of the present issue. Mi- Billing is making a special window display of the choicest dessert apples and grapes. A grand variety entertainment will be given in the Public Hall, Tenby, on Saturday, 29th October next, at 3.15 p.m., in aid of the funds of the Missions to Seamen. Plan of the room can be seen and seats booked at F. B. Mason's Furniture Rooms, St. Julian Street. All the arrangements are in the capable hands of Mrs Stuart Jones and Miss Lingard, the local hon. sees, to the Missions. In connection with the Tenby Women's Unionist and Tariff Reform Association, a public meeting will be held in the Royal Gate House Assembly Rooms to-morrow (Friday) night, when the principal speaker will be Miss Sinclair Rhode, of London. The chair will be taken at eight o'clock by Mr C. W. R. Stokes. We are asked to mention that gentle- men as well as ladies will be welcomed at the meeting. off The sixteenth anniversary of the Tenby Pres- byterian Christian Endeavour Society was com- memorated last Sunday evening. The service was devoted to the Young People Society and work. The lessons were read by Miss R. Parsell and Miss A. Davies, and solos were sung by Miss L. Roberts and Miss N. Parsell. The pastor (the Rev. B. Lewis) officiated, and preached the sermon, the subject being "The advantages of early piety." Miss M. J. Roberts presided at the organ. There was a good con- gregation of young people, who were deeply impressed and interested in the service. The Christain Endeavour Movement is a field where- in consecrated earnest young people may render valuable service for Christianity. The Tenby Women's Unionist and Tariff Re- form Association, on the occasion of the death of Prince Francis of Teck, forwarded the fol- lowing telegram to Her Majesty the Queen :— "The Queen, Marlborough House, London. The Tenby Women's Unionist and Tariff Re- form Association beg your Majesty to accept their deep sympathy in your great sorrow, and assure your Majesty of their loyalty at all times. L. SCOTT, hon. secretary."—In acknow- ledgment the following was received Hon. Secretary Women's Unionist Association, Tenby. I am commanded by the Queen to convey to the Tenby Women's Unionist and Tariff Reform Association Her Majesty's grateful thanks for their expressions of sympathy and loyal assu- rance. WALLINGTON."
THE SHADES OF AUTUMN.-With the falling leaf around us, we are reminded that the summer has passed, and to prepare for the long dreary winter evenings. It is during the cold months that the delicious beverage, Tea, is more fully appreciated. Horniman's Pure Tea. has a. distinctive flavour and aroma, obtainable only by the expert blending of young spring leaves from the finest gardens of India, China and Ceylon. Is sold FULL WEIGHT WITHOUT THE WRAPPER." Sold in :— TENBY—Davies, Baker and Grocer, Frog Street. TENBY—Evans, Grocer, St. George's Street. MILFORD HAVEN—Meyler, Chemist. NARBERTH—Morgan, Chemist. SAUNDERSFOOT—Griffiths, Chemist. WllITLAND-Caleb Rees, Grocer, Whitland House (Wholesale Agent WUITLAND-Roblin, Grocer