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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., Motor Engineers and Agents, TENBY, SWANSEA, and HAVERFORDWEST, Beg to advise their clients and friends that the Annual Motor Car Exhibition at Olympia, London, takes place from November 4th to 12th, 1910, and that in accordance with their usual custom of the past 10 years, we have arranged for our Mr GEORGE ACE to be in attendance each day, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., for the purpose of meeting our clients and their friends. Our Headquarters at Olympia will be Humber Stand No. 47, and Daimler Stand, No. 54. Appointments or arrangements for trial runs may be made by writing to Mr. GEORGE ACE, at the Stands mentioned above. Having heavily contracted, we can give early delivery of 1911 Silent Knight Daimlers, Humbers, Rovers, Talbots, Minervas, Siddeley-Deasys, Fords, Delages, etc. Soliciting the honour of appointment from you or any of your friends. ( I I Tenby Gas Consumers' Company, Ltd. HOUSE COAL! Delivered loose or in Bags, in any quantity from 5cwt PRICES on application. Discount for Cash. Orders received by- MR. GEORGE LYONS, Collector, Saltwood House, South Parade; OR AT THE GAS WORKS, TENBY. i^flHENT CURE AT THE AGEOF^^B te Sufferers from Eczema, Scrofula, Scurvy, Blotches, K Spots, Pimples, Sores, and Eruptions of all kinds, or any flj||! kindred complaint, should at once profit by the experience EMM of Mortiock. JR?VRP Mr. CHARLES MORTLOCK, of Gaze- again at night in pleasure and comfort, HMJ ley, Newmarket, Suffolk, writes: although I am sixty-five years of age. I i?X. Dear Sirs,—After long suffering from feel so grateful to you for my cure tha\ l pg £ a tfes eczema, being so bad I could not get on my should like the public to know of it, and will laSji [wj§ £ s feet for weeks.T was persuaded by my sons answer any inquiries." Eggs t° try Clarke's Blood Mixture," which they In a further letter recently received, Mr. HMOS purchased for me. I am so pleased to tell you Mortlock writes: "I have never had any the result. After taking several bottles I return of the eczema, and I cannot give ^8 am able to walk out to work and home Clarke's Blood Mixture too much praise." SsgrJ lap THE REASON Clarke's Blood Mixture effects such wonderful cures ||i|l ||||1 is because it is the only medicine which thoroughly drives out all impurities from IlS|l ggglj the blood.. Remember, For the blood is the life," and Skin and Blood fjrafi Diseases, such as Eczema, Scrofula, Scurvy, Bad Legs, Ulcers, Boils, BBH Bapf Sores, and Eruptions of all kinds, Blood Poison, Glandular Swellings, Rheumatism, Sm| Gout, &c., can only be permanently cured by purifying the blood. Clarke's Blood Mixture, which has stood the test of 40 years, is to-day in greater demand thah ever, and the proprietors, with confidence, solicit sufferers to give it a trial to g&jgl ppjga test its value. gsa| 1 CLARKE'S BLOOD MIXTURE. I BjlpS Pleasant to the taste and guaranteed free SUFFERERS who are doubtful about IHyj jagga \from anything injurious to the most their case should write to us at once HHHSJ ggSB* V delicate constitution of either sex.' Of fully describing their illness. We shall J JBk3sI all Chemists and Stores, 2/9 per bottle, be pleased to give them, in confidence, J SSgSk and in cases, containing six times the the best advice free of charge. We MKHtm 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. MM PROPRIETORS; flS Lincoln & tyidlaqd Couqties Drug Co., 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 by natural means acts as a restorative. Contains Mtitiing injurious, and is beneficial to the growth and beauty of the Hair. In bottles, price 1/6 (posliage 3d. extra). Manufacturer:—G. W. HARRISON, Hair Specialist, Reading. Agent for I' Tenby >JEL G. PJHILLIFS, 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). I^^P^ITIITT^TLTTTTTTTRRITRRTTTR^^N^ RAILWAY TIME TABLE. I I/¥ 1" fk li OCTOBER, 1910, and until further notice. jall^JLl^llVlAiN.Os M c„»w. ;~j EMBROCATION |j| rJ ■■■ ■ 11 DOWN TRAINS—WSKK DATS, pv Classes. 1 Sj 1 » 1 8 1 8^ ji j" I sllraL. 'a.m.I a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.j p.m.I 9 VVTlY A A Whitland .dep. 5 55 10 40 12 0 2 25 5 25 7 52 [3 -XY V\ „ Ju/j Narberth 6 5j 10 52 12 15 2 35j 5 38i 8 4 1 \n Templeton 6 I4j 11 1 12 25 2 45' 5 48 8 12 I SI S-MiK. Kilgetty 6 21 11 8(12 32 2 5S| 5 55! 8 18 I A M (7 3aundorsfoot. 6 24; 11 14 12 36 2 55' 5 581 8 23 i r>Vf f ll Tpnhv < arr6 35 11 22 12 48 3 8; 6 s| 8 31 i /AV fail'l1 H Tenby. ( dep g 4Q 9 23 n 28:J2 55 s g 1()! g 1 (j jm. ,wu/ A\W ■ I Penally 6 45 9 26 n 32 12 58 3 17 6 14; 8 39 a uU ',lr 1 Manorbier 6 52 9 3(iju 4lt 1 7 3 25; 6 211 8 47 1 TUt J, 1 Lamphey 6 59, 9 43jU 47'. 1 14 3 341 6 30 I 'W ? v '• fllli I Pembroke 7 S 9 53 1 18 3 38: G 35 8 56 | 1 Pem*I)ock arr~ 7 1Q| 9 51112 0 1 25 3 45 6 4°l 9 5 I i UP TRAIK8~^W1KK BATS. I \V I OL A86B8 • 1 > i~i 8 1 S 1 fl jfj 1 'nit I a.m. a.m.'p.m. p.m. p-m.'p.m.! p.m. fi. -T _.vv> Pem-Dock dep! 7 4V10 20jl2 15; 2 «l 3 50l 6 0' 7 30 B J Pembroke 7 5010 88(12 201 2 12: 3 56 6 5 7 87 Eh H f Lamphey 7 54:10 32)12 25.1 2 16 4 0 6 10; I LU^IROVAL for AMJMALS^Ul » 10^10 48^12 41^ 2 4 16 I 27 7 t- | r See the lillhuan K.F.A. Booklet Penally ••••—; »$}»«■ »?; II uNi^fs?wsr„g^ z»»;!»iy.$*»- ss.•0 I ""•••• •»" ii! »i 18' i 5 58! I Templeton 8 38'll 22| 1 20! 3 6! 4 48 Q,56| a 1,1 I'M' n>l~' -H-sn-U II II,) 11 Narberth 8 48 11 32; 1 30, 3 15: 4 56 7 5; j ELLIMAN, SONSck CO., SLOUGH. ENGLAND. Whitland .arr\ 8 58ill 42 1 40, 3 251 5 13 7 17j OPTtwni ill iiiimiMinwiimil • irii'iiiM I'liwinnwi#w—|j THE TENBY FISHMONGER. t 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. Caskets 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. PEBPEOTIOK QIE1 QUALITY ASSURED. H ATKINS & COOMB, (2?^ TENBY. ljB|^ -hq| H- jwlji The "Daily Mail" has done for I lijjlilfl aviation, nfffjl Rontgen Rays have done for i/vl What surgery, Wfl ji TT ll&tj Marconi has done for communi- llll cation, ml Ij |ji 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 ON APPLICATION. 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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 7!d. and Is. lid. Agent for Tenby—Mr J. B. FEANCIS, 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. Printed and Published by FRANK B. MASON, at his Printing Office, Frog Soreet, Teuby, Thursday, Nwcvibcr 3, 1910.
TURNER IN PEMBROKE- SHIRE. 'II A contributor in the South Wales Daily News of Monday has an interesting article dealing with the itinerary of Turner the artist in Wales, in the course of which he says, after referring to his visit to Kidwelly :—"The next point of interest was Tenby. Of the famous watering- place only a single sketch survives in the Sketch Books, 'The Walls of Tenby,' but it was a centre for many excursions. Carew Castle (two drawings), Carew Castle Mill,' 'Hook, Pembrokeshire,' 'Milford Haven,' and several unnamed, and so far unidentified, drawings, represent the output of this part of the tour. The Carew Castle drawing was an afternoon effect, showing descending sunbeams through soft clouds, after rain. Turner was now to make acquaintance with Pembroke, with its great ruined castle set in surroundings which appealed strongly to his genius. It was not a subject fui4 a Sketch Hook. It demanded larger treatment, and it is not to be wondered at that not a single sketch of Pembroke is to be found in the Sketch Books of this tour. The majesty of Pembroke Castle, as seen by Turner's eyes, must be sought in the drawings and painings which he made in after years. Two great pictures—'Pembroke Castle- t huu- derstorm approaching (exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1801), and Pembroke Castle- thunderstorm clearing' (exhibited in 1806)— are by their titles alone eloquent of the impres- sion left upon the artist by his visit to Pem- broke. He also included it amongst the engravings in the England and Wales series in 1829, and there are two studies of the same subject in the book known as the Studies for Pictures Sketch Buok, 1800-180,2, as well as small water-colour drawings in different pri- vate collections. There is nothing to indicate the length of Turner's stay in any of the places, except the number of sketches made. His whole life was a mystery, few details of his movements being known, and round this early part of his career there is a mantle of silence and obscurity, not easily pierced. His tour in- cluded, according to the original plan of it, visits to Haverfordwest and to Picton Castle. Whether these places were actually visited is difficult to decide. It is probable, however, that he went to Haverfordwest on his way to St. David's, a point upon which the sketch books afford explicit evidence. In and around St. David's Turner found an abundance of sub- jects. St. David's Head from Porthsallie Bay Rocky Coast Nolton Bay Mill (Nolton Haven, St. Bride's Bay); Rocks on Coast, Ramsay Island Bishop and Clerks Rocks on Coast Ruins of Bishop's Palace, St. David's Bishop's Throne, St. David's Cathedral Bishop Yaughan's Chapel, St. David's Gateway of Ruined Abbey (really another sketch of the ruined palace) Interior of St. David's Cathe- dral such are the subjects named or identified, with some others not yet identified, drawn by him during this memorable visit. With St. David's Turner appears to have brought this tour to a conclusion so far as drawings in South Wales is concerned. What followed can only be conjectured. The weather or stress of time may have made it necessary, to hurry away, to abandon the long journeys on foct in favour of the stage coach. He may have returned to Haverfordwest and travelled by stage coach to Carmarthen, Llandovery, Brecon, and Here- ford, at which last-named place he made the next drawings in his sketch book. These are followed by a series of drawings in and around Hampton Court. Herefordshire, one of his favourite haunts, and the residence of Lord Viscount Maiden, one of his patrons. There is a drawing of Brecon Castle, and a note of a commission to reproduce-it for Mr -Lambert, but the drawing has been removed from its place in the book and inserted later. It was probably made on this journey. and is some confirmation of the route suggested."
WHAT TENBY IS TEMPTED TO ASK. Tenby people are often tempted to ask, on reading testimonials from persons living many miles away, How is it these testimonials are always from strangers in distant towns, when the word of a neighbour alone can be easily proven ? But when the evidence ie Tenby evidence, like the following, there is no longer room for doubt. Mrs A. Llewellyn, whose address is 10, Clareston Road, Tenby says Many months ago I began to suffer a great deal with backache, caused, I believe, by a cold. At times the pains in my back were so sharp that they were almost unbearable, and frequently I would come over dizzy—when these dizzy attacks were severe I would be confined to the house, able to do but little work. The dizziness was often accompanied by -black specks before my eyes. I had read a good deal about Doan's back- ache kidney pills, and at last decided to give them a trial. The resnlt surprised and delighted me, for ease came with the first few doses, and two boxes of the pills completely cured me. Should I get any sign of backache again, I shall at once use Doan's backache kidney pills, for I have great faith in them. (Signed) (Mrs) A. Llewellyn." 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 Mrs Llewellyn had.
TRIP TO MILFORD. The following is a cutting from the Cardiff Times, October 13th, 1860:—" Happy is the man who can plod his way through this world and escape the disappointments which are continually surrounding him. On Monday last a large num- ber of our workingmen had prepared themselves for a day's recreation and pleasure by going to see the Great Eastern. The charge for the trip was certainly very cheap, and it being pay-Monday, which is generally known to be the workmen's holiday, we could not blame them for embracing the opportunity. Well, at the appointed time they were at the station. The youthful and gay were there in abundance; the middle-aged with their sons and daughters mustered in great strength. The hoary and bald-headed were among the number; in fact, all ages, sizes, grades, and professions were beut upon having this 296 mile ride. At six o'clock they started. At Aber- beeg Junction the Nantyglo train brought another cargo from the 'upper black country;' and when both trains were linked together, eighteen full car- riages were mode up of hill people. They arrived at Newport in due course, and were soon packed together in all sorts of carriages. They started in good time and good spirits. But when did they get to their destination? Why, at noon it might be expected. No, it was ten minutes past four when they arrived at Milford. At six o'clock they were ordered to take their seats for the re- turn journey, having had only one hundred and ten minutes' stay at Milford. Of course, they made the most of it. At six o'clock they mustered at the station, and were kept for an hour before they could get to their seats. At length the train started, and at half-past five the next morning some of the party arrived at Ebbw Vate, and other had not arrived up to the time we write (Wednesday). Various are the tales told of the journey."
A PICTURE OF JOYOUSNESS. In the course of the line art feature of the November Whidxor Magazine, which consists of fourteen delightful landscapes and pastorals by distinguished artists, grouped as Themes by Mead and Stream," together with a finely printed coloured plate, the writer says :— Decorative as a Japanese brocade, complex, vivid, luminous, the picture The Chase,' by that clever Scotsman, Mr E. A. Ilornel, was justly and prominently centred in the Academy of—if we remember rightly-a couple of years ago. Glittering almost jewel-like in colour, this scene of flowers and children and butteitlies, which holds the dignity of imaginative art, loses these admirable qualities very considerably in its translation into black and white. Painted in an hour of immeasurable heat, the glare of which could scarce be borne by older eyes thah those of children, the picture shows a. joyousness which Mr Hornel emphasizes in his mastery of his material; for the enterprise with which the work was undertaken, and the skill and vigour with which it was carried through, make it a very noteworthy performance."
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 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 eea. 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. HEYWOOD COTTAGE, TENBY.-This charming DKTACHED 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 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. Gocfcl sanitation. Splendid sea view. Private way to sands. Rent JB40 MANCHESTER HOUSE, ST. GEORGE STREET, TRNBY.- This old-established Drapery Business is to Let with possession. Excellent situation. Low rent. RPO BE SOLD, by Private Treaty, with early pos- X 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, Study, 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, 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 JE108 per annum. Windy Hill Farm of 160 acres, let at J6160 per annum; and Slouth Mill with 10 acres, let at JB31 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 Ground, 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. — I
THE LIFEBOAT INSTITUTION. The following subscriptions and donations towards the Royal National Lifeboat Institution have been collected in Penally by Miss Beddoe, Post Office Mr Clement J.WnHacas.JEl 1 0 Mrs J. H. Thomas 0 10 6 Captain T. C. Pascoe 0 5 0 Mr T. Angel 0 5 0 Mr F. J. Russell 0 4 0 Mr L. M. Salmon 0 5 0 Mr H. C. Rees 0 5 0 Rev. D. M. Morris 0 5 0 Mr E. J. Vulliamy, Glasbury.. 0 5 0 Captain R. W. Bradley, Brecon 0 2 0 Captain C. L. Taylor, Brecon.. 0 2 0 Mr John Griffiths.. 0 1 0 Mr W. S. Evans, Welch Regt. 0 2 6 Lady St. Davids 0 5 0 Mr T. Beynon, Holloway. 0 1 0 Mr A. G. B. Buchanan, Pem- j broke-Dock 0 2 6 Sir J. B. Heron, Pembroke- Dock. o 2 0 II. L. S 0 0 6 | J. C. L 0 2 0 T II. II. B 0 2 6 J. D. H. E 0 2 0 F. G. D 0 2 0 C. H. V o 5 0 E. S. F 0 5 0 R. O. C. R 0 2 0 Mr LI. C. Gwynne, Llangadock 0 2 6 Mr J. S. R. Lake, Watford 0 1 0 Mrs E. Voyle, Penally 0 2 6 Camp. o 0 6 Mr S. M. Jones 0 0 6 Mr G. D. Parcel], Penally. 0 1 0 Captain Harford, King's Regt. 0 5 0 Mr Ghulwyn M. R. Turbutt, 3rd Oxford L.I. 0 2 6 Mr D. P. Machen, Station House o 1 0 B. S. B. o 2 6 Mr B. W. Collins 0 2 6 Mr J. G. Pease 0 2 6 Mrs Judd. o 1 0 Mr S. Hooper, Post Office 0 1 0 Mr Stevens, Penally Lodge. 0 1 0 Mr Meacock, Rock Villa 0 .1 0 A Visitor. o 0 3 Mr J. J. Evans, Trefloyne 0 1 0 China Co Q 0 3 Mrs Heron, London. 0 2 6 A Friend. 0 2 0 Mr H. G. MacGeorge, Pem- broke-Dock 0 2 0 G. M. C 0 1 6 Mr and Mrs Arthur Huddles- ton, Cambridge. 0 2 6 Anonymous, Penally 0 1 0 M. A. Beddoe, Penally 0 1 0 97 8 6 1
DAILY DIALOGUES. h- -So we may see a couple of Welsh-built ironclads in the King's Dock, by the Post-the Howe and the Edinburgh ? -Yes; and it sounds rather curiously to some people to hear of big boats of that kind being built in Wales. It sounds an anachronism -but the biggest anomaly in that line is the firm of Messrs. Hartland and Wolff, of Belfast. You have here an immense shipbuilding yard—the finest in the world, perhaps, of its kind—in a country whose mineral resources and develop- ment are about on a par with those of Patagonia. -You're a bit of a naval expert. Have many of these boats been built at Pembroke ? -In the past, yes. In the future it is very improbable that Pembroke will ever again reach the activity of the old days. The most recent was the Renown, a battleship of 12,350 tons, which was built there in 1893-95. She was a failure in most respects, and is now on the list for scrap- ping. Then the Empress of India and Repulse, sister boats, of 14,150 tons, were turned out between 1889 and 1892. They were the biggest ever built there, and are fine boats still, but their number's up. Then the Nile, of 12,000 tons, was built in 1886; the Anson, of 10,600 tons, in 1886 the Hoice in 1885, the Collingwood in 1882, and the Edinburgh in 1882-sho was laid down in 1879. So far back as 1872 the Thunderer was launched. All these were boats from 9300 tons up, and are hopeless has-beens. In the way of other craft, we have the Duke of Edinburgh and the Warrior, built between 1903 and 1905, boats of 13,000 tons. The Drake, one of our finest and fastest vessels, was lauched in 1901, and can do 25 knots. Smaller vessels built are the Essex, Cornwall, Aurora, Spartiate, Andromeda, Cambrian, Flora, Forth, Thames, Amphion, Iris, Mercury, Pearl, Blanche, Blonde, and Hazard. These range from 1870 tons to 14,000 tons displacement; so you'll see that the Little England slips have done an extraordinary amount of work in their time. -It's an extraordinary list. Why, it's quite a navy. -Yes, it's very far from being a small navy either. It's a stronger fleet than any Power save half a dozen possesses. And then there's the Royal yacht, built ih 1897. There was a bit of a mess of her in some respects, as a yacht and a warship are very different kinds of boats, and the men who can design and build the one aren't necessarily equal to the task of designing and building the other. Pembroke has been a big place in its time.—South Wales Daily Post.
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. HABRISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents- Tenby Co-operative Drug Stores (Proprietor H. G. PHILLIPS), Waterloo House, Tenby.
TENBY TIDE TABLE, NOV., rqro. Mom. Even. Height mi j -r h m h m ft. in. Thursday 3 6 43 6 58 21 2 Friday 4 7 13 7 28 20 7 Saturday 5 7 44 8 0 19 10 Sunday 6 8 17 8 34 18 9 Monday 7 8 51 9 9 17 8 Tuesday 8 9 30 9 51 16 5 Wednesday 9 10 16 10 44 15 3 Thursday 10 11 14 11 52 14 5
BRITISH MADE." For patriots there is a ray of sunshine in the toyland of the winter gift-giving season, which will be appreciated by the parents more than by the children, and that is that the British child can play with a British-made toy, which, sur- prising as it may seem to some people, is not only much better made, but is cheaper than many foreign toys. A few years ago it certainly looked as if the enormous amounts of money which are spent on toys would go in increasing shares to provide work for alien hands, but the tide has been turned entirely without the aid of sentiment. Shoppers will find that, thanks to the skill and thought of those who make toys in our islands, the British toys are, in many instances, far and away better value than those of other lands. We hold practically a monopoly in our own markets for wooden toys. Years ago, wooden toys were collected from scattered home workers, who each devoted their time to the production of a single class of article, but few of these poorly paid craftsmen are left. Here and there are a few who still struggle on, like a careworn toy barrow maker I heard of in the South of London. For over half a century he and his father before him have toiled, making wooden barrows in the dingy home, but the modern toy-maker works in one of the large factories, aided by every modern ap- pliance and under hygienic conditiOlls.-Windsor Magazine.