Births, jUarriagegf, anfc meatus. SILVER WEDDING. LORIMER—RICHARDS.—At the British Consulate, Smyrna, on the 24th December, and at the English Church, Boudjah, on the 26th idem., 1885, David Lorimer, Sokia, Smyrna, to Martha Hendy, only daughter of the late Benjamin Richards, of Penally, South Wales. Now of Alexandretta, Syria.
NOTICE. The Office of the TENBY OBSERVER will be closed on MONDAY, January 2nd, 1911.
LOCAL SIFTINGS. To our readers at home and abroad we wish "A happy and prosperous New Year."
Lsst week's Tenby Corporation carting bills totalled 15s. lid. Mr A. D. Griffiths's popular and handy list of local fairs for 1911 will be ready this week, and copies may be obtained from his chemist's shop, Railway Street, Saundersfoot.
Mr Marlay Samson, the Conservative candi- date for the county of Pembroke Division at the General Election, left for the Continent last week-end to recuperate.
The BzLGXAVt HOTEL, Esplanade, Tenby, is now replete with every convenience and accom- modation for visitors. Tariff upon application Manageress.
The wages of Tenby Corporation workmen last week amounted to £ 35 2s. 7d., the increase being due to the gale, some of the results of which necessitated night work. -++--
The annual tea and entertainment in con- nection with the Penally Congregational Church will be held on Monday, January 2nd. Tea at four entertainment at seven o'clock.
The important question of the proposed lease of the Burrows Estate from Mr M. Mathias- Thomas, solicitor, to the Tenby Golf Club will be discussed at an extraordinary general meeting of the Golf Club which will be held in the Public Hall, Warren Street, at five o'clock on Tuesday, January 10th. Mr W. Cecil Williams, Mus Bac., R.C.O., of Tenby, was one of the musical adjudicators at the Morriston Eisteddfod on Boxing Day. Mr John D. Gwyther, draper, is now clearing his well-assorted stock of drapery at greatly reduced prices, before removing to larger premises in St. George Street, Tenby. Last week's Tenby Market Tolls were returned at £5 18s. 6d., the receipts from Royal Victoria Pier and Castle Hill Lavatories at 2s. Id., and the fortnightly Slaughterhouse fees at Is. 6d. A quantity of wreckage has been washed up in Sandtap Bay, Caldey Island, including a life- buoy and stern port, bearing the name s.s. Fjord; a coombings hatch with the name Gar- field; and a stern post with the part name Glyn on same. In aid of the funds of the Tenby Branch of the Church Army a miscellaneous entertainment will be given in the Royal Gate House Assembly Rooms next Monday night, when, amongst other things, the very popular sketch, The Area Belle will be staged. Sir George and Lady Greaves, of Nether- wood, are this (Thursday) afternoon giving the children of Saundersfoot their usual Christmas tree and tea in the Council School-room. This event has been a regular and much-appreciated one for many years past, Sir George and Lady Greaves providing a present for all who attend. A sum of over j560 has been collected as a gift from his parishioners to the Rector of Tenby (the Rev. N. Chetwode Ram, M.A.) on [. the occasion of his marriage, which takes place in London on January 12th. It is intended to hand Mr Ram a cheque for the amount sub- scribed. *-++ At the Public Hall, Tenby, on Saturday, January 14th, Mr F. B. Mason will sell by auction the freehold cottage, No. 5, Clareston Road, Tenby, now in the occupation of Mr George Williams, and of the estimated rental value of jS15 per annum. Sale to commence at three o'clock in the afternoon. -+++- The Neath Dramatic Society, which numbers amongst its members several of the Great Western Railway Engineering Staff located in that town, will produce Facing the Music on the first night of the Tenby Hunt Week (January 9th). This Society has given performances at the Swansea theatres, and also appeared at Craig-y-Nos, Madame Patti's Welsh home. At last Friday night's meeting of the Tenby Corporation Finance Committee a cheque to the Borough Surveyor for out of-pocket expenses during the last quarter was signed for £ 5 6s. lid. At the same time a cheque value £2 6s., representing Pooles' Charity, was drawn for presentation to the Mayor's Christmas Beef Fund. We have received the following telegram (says the Daily Mail in its issue of Monday) from the Smalls Lighthouse, which is perched on a rock off the Pembrokeshire coast :—Our Christmas postponed. Relief steamer has not yet visited us to land Christmas fare. She is ten days overdue, and we are on emergency rations. To-day's Christmas dinner was tinned beef and potatoes. No cook required.—Frank Evans, Will Chavner, Jim May, keepers of the Smalls. +■+ Although not so heavy as last year, the Christmas mail matter dealt with at Tenby last week was nevertheless sufficient to keep the ordinary staff and a number of outside helpers fully occupied. The heaviest day with parcels was on Friday when something like fifteen hundred were dealt with. On Christmas Day itself the mail was, comparatively speaking, a light one, and very expeditiously dealt with. The arrangements at the Post Office worked very smoothly under the direction of the Post- master, Mr J. J. Towers, assisted by Mr W. H. Blanche, the chief clerk. Only one of the four Brixham smacks which left Milford Haven just previous to the severe gale eleven days ago has been accounted for, namely, the Effort, which has arrived at Brix- ham. No tidings have been received at Milford [ regarding the others, namely, Marjory, Eva, and Speedwell. The last-named is the longest overdue. An appeal has been issued by the Chairman of the Brixham Urban Council for the widows and orphans of the crew of the smacks wrecked during the gale. Eighteen lives were lost out of the crews of the fleet which left Mil- ford on that fateful Thursday, December 15th. ..e A member at last Friday night's meeting of the Tenby Corporation Finance Committee asked the Chairman whether he was aware, that through the negligence of those in charge of the Harbour, a-buoy had been washed out to sea. and lost. The Chairman said he would not go .so far as to say the buoy had been lost through the negligence of anyone it was fastened up in the Harbour when the gale came on, and was broken from its moorings and washed away. He added that the buoy was an old one. The member who had first introduced the matter said that the buoy should have been moored in a place of safety. What had happened was only another proof of the bad way in which the Council was served by its officials. It was another exhibition of indifference, and tended to corroborate what he had said again and again that the ratepayers were not getting full value for the money paid public officials. M-l This, coming from a Liverpool journal, is doubly welcome :—Fishguard has many times recently proved its capabilities, and the designa- tion, "The Gateway of Europe," which more than one writer has given to the port, is becom- ing very widely recognised as being particularly appropriate. Two years' experience has shown that the advantages possessed by Fishguard would be quite as great in the case of outward bound, as well as homeward bound travellers. One thing is certain had there been no Fish- guard, there would have been no record such as that just established by the Mauretania, and many who are now doing so would not have had the pleasure of spending Christmas with their friends. One lady passenger is hugely delighted with her experiences. On Friday week she left Chicago at half-past two o'clock in the afternoon, did her shopping in New York, joined the Mauretania, and landed at Fishguard on Thurs- day night, all well within the week. General Sir Frederick William Edward Forestier Forestier-Walker, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., of 10, Bryanston Square, W., and of 3, The Croft, Tenby, Pembrokeshire,- lately Governor of Gibraltar, who saw service in Griqualand West in 1875, in the Bechuanaland Expedi- tion, 1884-5, and in both Boer Wars, and in the Zulu War, commanding in Egypt from 1890-1895, and later in command of the Western District, a Knight of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, who died on the 30th August last, aged 66 years, eldest son of the late General Sir Edward Forestier Walker and grandson of the sixth Earl of Seafield, left estate of the gross value of :£38,964 18s. 10d., of which the net personalty has been sworn at jc:29,805 12s. 10d. Probate of his will, dated 27th August last, has been granted to Mrs Mary Georgina Napier Martin (wife of Mr James Adam Napier Martin), of West Leigh, Havant, Hants Mr Ernest Octavius Walker, engineer, of 77, Iverna Court, Kensington and Mr Arthur Beresford Cane, barrister-at-law, of 53, Parliament Street, S. W., to each of whom for the executorship he left £100. He left a sum of JS5450, to which he became entitled under the will of Lady Juliana Caroline Frances Walker, to his son Ian Frederick Walker Forestier-Walker, and his household and personal effects to his wife, Dame Mabel Louisa Forestier Walker, confirming other provisions already made for her benefit. The residue of his property he left to his wife for life, with remainder to his son Ian Frederick Walter Forestier-Walker absolutely. We understand that the Tenby Golf Club are about to build a new club house on the site of the old Steam Mill, above the Tenby Cor- poration Quarry, and that the plans in con- nection with same will shortly be submitted to the Town Council.
Fishguard has many times recently proved its capabilities, and the designation- The Gateway of Europe"—which more than one writer has given to the harbour, is becoming universally recognised as being particularly appropriate. Two years' experience has con- vinced most people that the advantages pre- sented by Fishguard would be quite as great in the case of outward bound as well as homeward travellers. A practical example of this was afforded on the occasion of the sailing from Fishguard of the Blue Funnel ss. Aeneas on her maiden voyage to Australia a few weeks ago.
The following additional subscriptions on behalf of the Mayor of Tenby's Christmas Beef Fund are acknowledged with thanks: -One Guinea—Resemount. Ten Shillings-Mrs Hun- ter Kent. Fire Shillings-Mr B. Harries (Saun- dersfoot), Mr Smith (butcher), Rev. Father Carew, Miss Milward, Captain Plumer, Mr J. A. Bancroft. Two Shillings and Sixpence — Mr Randall, Messrs. T. and H. Rces, Colonel Parker, Rev. B. Lewis, Mr Lillycrop, Mr Geo. Chiles, Dr. Knowling, Rev. J. Lloyd Williams, Mr G. Prout, Mrs Protheroe, Mr T. P. Hughes, Miss Crealock, Rev. W. H. N. Seeker. Two Shillings—Mr George Thomas (Warren Street), Rev. T. Lodwig Evans.
Referring to the victory of Colonel Ivor Philipps and the Hon. Dudley Ward at Southampton, where they were for the third time returned to Parliament, we quote from a Southampton contemporary the fallowing in one of its issues prior to the result of the poll History is going to repeat itself. Sir George Armstrong, one of the Conservative candidates, tried conclusions away in Wales, in the Pembroke Boroughs Election, and got badly beaten. It is a coincidence, perhaps, that Sir George should now come to Southamp- ton and find himself opposed to Colonel Ivor Philipps. He wonld have shown discretion to keep his distance from the Philipps's family, and it only remains for brother Ivor to do to Sir George as brother Owen did before him, and things will be all gay once more." .c:r:=.=-o.=c:;w:
CHRISTMASTIDE AT TENBY. A change in the weather for the better was a pleasing feature of Christmastide at Tenby. The holiday was observed by the shops through- out the town from Saturday night until Wed- nesday morning, thus giving assistants an opportunity of an extended rest. Sunshine, as welcome as it has been rare lately, was much in evidence on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, and was, needless to say, much appreciated. On Tuesday the previous mild weather gave place to a cold snap, brisk and bracing, making sharp walking in the sunshine an exhilarating pleasure. Christmas morning was heralded by the joyous ringing of the Church bells of St. Mary's, where there were four celebrations of the Holy Communion—at six, seven, eight, and noon-all of which were well attended. There was also a large congregation present at the ordinary eleven o'clock service. The church, thanks to the kindly thoughtfulness of the ladies, was tastefully decorated with seasonable evergreens and flowers. Suitable hymns and carols were rendered by the choir, with Mr W. Cecil Williams, Mus. Bac., at the organ. The Rector (the Rev. N. Chetwode Ram, M.A.), the Rev. J. D. Fowden, M.A., the Rev. W. H. N. Seeker, B.A., and the Rev. G. C. Rowe, M.A., were the officiating clergymen during the day. On Monday afternoon the Tenby United Football Club played a matoh with Poiftar- dulais, and on Tuesday with Gowerton. The Wesleyans, on the evening of Boxing Day, field a successful Social in the Public Hall while for Tuesday night there was another holi- day attraction, the entertainment promoted by the Tenby Golf Club on behalf of next August's Golf Week, when two of the foremost cham- pions of the game have been engaged to give exhibition displays on the local links. The entertainment, in which the stirring play, The Drums of Oude, was successfully produced, took place in the Royal Gate House Assembly Rooms, and drew together a large and appre- ciative audieuce. Last (Wednesday) night Master Henry and Miss Gwenfra Mason gave a fancy dress dance in the Public Hall, which was attended by over 120 children and their parents whilst this (Thursday) afternoon Mr and Mrs Robert Lock are holding an At Home and children's dance in the same hall.
ERECTION OF ICE FACTORIES. The Milford Docks Company have deposited for next Session a copy of the Bill which they intend to introduce into Parliament during the ensuing Session. By this Bill an extension of time is sought until the 4th of July, 1916, within which to construct the pier authorised by Par- liament as long ago as 1890, and for which already four extensions of time have been granted. Power is also sought by themselves or jointly with any other company to erect and manage ice factories and factories for oil, manure, and other resultants from fish curing. With reference to these powers the preamble states that a ready and sufficient supply of ice at a moderate price is essential for the fishing trade carried on at the docks of the company, and the existing supply of ice available there- from does not meet its requirements, and it is therefore expedient that the company should be authorised to purchase or erect and to main- tain and manage ice factories and other factories or works in connection with their dock under- taking. A general power is also sought to lease the existing graving dock of the company, and any lands forming part of the company's under- taking, and also to subscribe capital to any company or person to whom the company may have granted a lease of lands or property in pursuance of the powers conferred by this Act, and may guarantee the payment of dividend on any shares or stock of such company.
TENBY COTTAGE HOSPITAL. The following subscriptions and donations are acknowledged with thanks:- Mrs W. H. Tonks JEl 1 0 The London and Provincial Bank, Ltd.. 110 Mr J. Bancroft 0 10 0 Mr S. Rollings 0 5 0 The Rt. Rev. The Abbot of Caldey (donation) 1 1 0 Tenby Presbyterian Church, per Mr Bennett Roberts. 1 10 0 G. E MAINLAND, Hon. Sec. and Treasurer
"TEA TIME IN THE VILLAGE" is the title of Horniman's Almanac for 1911. A Fancy Tin of Horniman's Tea with one of these Calen- dars forms a most seasonable Christmas Present or welcome New Year's Gift, and cannot fail to be appreciated by lovers of tile cup that cheers. Purchasers of Horniman's Pure Tea are sure that they get "FULL WEIGHT WITHOUT THE WRAPPER." Ask your grocer for it. Sold in:— TENBy-Davies, Baker and Grocer, Frog Street. TENBY—Evans, Grocer, St. George's Street. MILFORD HAVEN—Meyler, Chemist. NARBERTH—Morgan, Chemist. SAUNDERSFOOT-Griffitlis, Chemist. VlHITLAND-Caleb Rees, Grocer, Whitland House (Wholesale Agent WUITLAND-Roblin, Grocer J
CHILDREN'S FANCY DRESS DANCE AT TENBY. '8' At the Public Hall, Tenby, last (Wednesday) night, Master Henry and Miss Gwenfra Mason gave a dance to a number of their little friends, who were invited to come in fancy dress. Be- tween fifty and sixty young people responded to the invitation, and were accompanied by about the same number of grown-ups, a very enjoyable evening being spent. The music was supplied by Elliott's Quadrille Band from Pem- broke-Dock. The hall and supper-room were prettily decorated; and prizes, • awarded by votes, were given for the best costumes. Tho following is a list of costumes: Miss Gwenfra Mason-Great Grandmama Master Henry Mason—Cavalier Master Douglas Davies-White Pierrot Master Harold Bennet, Pembroke-Dock—School- boy Master William Joseph—Tom the Piper's Son Master Haddon Rees—Boy Scout Miss Nita Rees—Rosebud Master T. W. G. Thomson—Blue Coat Schoolboy Master Bilbie Rees—Boy Scout Master Douglas Jerrold Morrison—Clown Miss Winnie Cowtan—Pierrette Miss Gladys Cowtan-Pierrette Miss Ella Towers—Spanish Gipsy Miss Muriel Thomas—Harlequinade Master Harold Squibbs—Page 17th Century Master William Minifie Gibbs-Father Christmas Miss Doris Morrison-Japanese Girl Miss Gladys Morrison-Little Miss Muffet Master Douglas Macintosh-Schoolboy Miss Ailsa Howell—Winter Miss Doris Finley—Forget-me-not Master Jack Hicks-Miller Master Arthur Lord-Private Cranleigh, O.T.C. Mr Clifford Hicks-Chef Miss Barbara Lord-Red, White, and Blue Miss Phoebe Lord—Purity Miss Enid Francis-Little Bo Peep Miss Margaret Francis-Daisy Miss Thelma Farley-New Year Master Leslie Cooper-Blue Coat Schoolboy Miss Barbara Cole-Zingara Mile. Marietta Thierry—Dutch Girl Miss Lola Browne-Red Riding Hood Miss Dolly Truscott-Folly Miss Norah Rees-Boulogne Fisher Wife Master Douglas Truscott—Red Pierrot Miss Eileen Thomas—Fairy Miss Phyllis Evans-Christmas Master Donald Day, Belgrave Hotel-Blue Pierrot Master A. Hicks—Red Pierrot Miss Dora Hicks—Dutch Girl Master Stanley Williams—Clown Mr Glyn Williams—Jester Master Sidney Hughes-Mr Hook of Holland Miss Sybil Hughes—Miss Hook of Holland Mr J. F. Hodges—Red Pierrot Miss Radyene Williams-Prince Edward of Car- narvon Miss S. Williams—Japanese Mr Hugh Allen-" Prince Danilo" (from the Merry Widow) Miss Nesta Allen-Merrv Widow 1 Master Graham Ace-Wheat Miss Ivy Ace-Harvest Master Eric Howell-Beau Brocade J
TIIE PRIZE WINNERS. The voting cards having been collected and counted the prizes for the six best costumes, three girls and three boys in three age classes, were presented by Mrs Mason as follows:-
UNDER EIGHT YEARS. Miss Eileen Thomas, Frogmore Villa Master Sidney Hughes, High Street
OVER TWELVE YEARS. Miss Doris Morrison, Greenhill Avenue Mr Hugh Allen, High Street
TENBY QOLF WEEK. 0 ENTERTAINMENT AT THE ASSEMBLY ROOMS. PRODUCTION OF "THE DRUMS OF OUDE." With the object of augmenting the fund which is being raised to promote the Tenby Golf Week in August next year, when Messrs. Braid and Vardon, the well-known champions will give exhibition games on the links, a very successful variety entertainment took place in the Royal Gate House Assembly Rooms on Tuesday night, and drew together a large and appreciative audience. For the programme, an excellent one in every respect, Messrs. A. J. Newton and A. R. T. Williams were respon- sible, whilst Mr J. S. Brown, the secretary of the Tenby Golf Club, to whose enterprise and initiative the idea of next year's Golf Week is due, superintended generally. Part one was of a miscellaneous character, and opened with a well-played overture by the Tenby Quadrille Band, under the conductorship of Mr Walter Davies. My Chimney Sweep," a song scena, was capitally rendered by Miss Nesta Allen, and the Soot Flakes," followed by Mr G. G. Bond, who gave a very finely executed in- terpretation of the banjo solo Minuet Paderewski." Master Stanley Williams scored a notable success in the song scena "Toy Balloon," supported by the "Korus Kiddies," whilst Mrs A. J. Newton received a most en- thusiastic reception for her artistically rendered harp solo Merch Megan." Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's fine recitation "The Groom's Story," was admirably given by Mr A. R. T. Williams, followed by the violin solo "Mazur," by Major Bedingfeld, who played with marked effect. The first half of the programme concluded with the humourous song "How I climbed the Pole," which Mr Robert Nicholls gave with every success. That stirring play of Austin Strong's, The Drums of Oude, which deals with an exciting incident of the Indian Mutiny, occupied the second half of the programme, the characters being sustained as follows Captain Hector McGregor, Mr A. J. Newton Lieutenant Alan Hartley, Mr A. R. T. Williams, Sergeant MacDougal, Mr Clifford Hicks Private Stewart, Mr J. S. Brown; Abdul, Mr W. A. Bushell; Carrim, Mr H. P. Thomas, and Mrs Jack Clayton, Miss Ethel Tuck. Where all acquitted themselves so well, individual praise would seem invidious, but we cannot refrain from singling out Miss Ethel Tuck, Mr A. J. Newton and Mr A. R. T. Williams, who were really splendid in difficult roles. The piece was well staged, the scene, a room in an old Indian Palace, being most effectively produced by Mr W. F. Noble, while Mr R. H. Tuck was re- sponsiblo for the admirable limelight effects. Mr J. Hodges's services as perruquicr gave every satisfaction, whilst the costumes were supplied by Messrs. 11. and M. Rayne, London. During the evening, Miss A. Twells, Mr J. S. Brown, and Mr F. W. Morse accompanied at the piano.
DEATH FROM SHOCK AT WHITLAND. An inquest was last week held at the Town Hall, Whitland, by Mr Thomas Walters, coroner for West Carmarthenshire, with regard to the death of Mr John Howells, of West Street, who received injuries by being blown down during the recent gale. Mr Harry Dark deposed that he was in St. John Street on Friday close to deceased and noticed him blown down by a gust of wind. He carried him into the Post Office passage, and then to West Street. He fell on his side and com- plained of his hip. Mrs Margaret Evans said John Howells lodged with her in West Street. He was brought to the house on Friday and was placed by the fire on a chair, and Dr Williams was summoned. He died on Monday afternoon. The doctor attended him previously. He was in very great pain, and could not retain his food. Dr. Williams said he had attended deceased for some time past. He was called to the house on Friday and found he had fractured the femur bone on the hip joint. He continued to attend the deceased up to the time of his death. De- ceased was very excitable and restless, and he applied no external remedies. His death was the result of shock received by falling. Questioned by the Coroner as to the necessity of the inquest, the doctor replied that he could not certify without evidence as to how the fall came about. For all he knew, deceased might have boon pushed down. As lie explained to P.O. MoL-gan, it was necessary to notify the Coroner in cases of the kind. The Jury returned a verdict of "Death from shock received by falling."
TENBY HUNT WEEK. 1911. ROYAL GATE HOUSE ASSEMBLY ROOMS, TENBY. AMATEUR THEATRICALS MONDAY, Jan. 9th, & THURSDAY, Jan. 12th. (Under the direction of Mr W. CECIL WILLIAMS, Mus. Bac.) ON MONDAY, JANUARY 9TH, AT 8.30 P.M., The Farcical Comedy, in 3 Acts, "FACING THE MUSIC." By J. H. DARNLEY. Characters: Mrs Ponting (the other Mr Smith's housekeeper) Miss K. A. Scott Rev. John Smith (Curate of St. Andrew's) Mr C. J. C. Wilson Dick Desmond (the other Mr Smith's friend) Mr Peter David Mabel (Rev. J. Smith's wife).Miss Joan Thomas Miss Flora Fotheringay (of the Bijou Theatre) Miss White John Smith (the other Mr Smith).Mr C. P. Palmer Col. Duncan Smith (the other Mr Smith's uncle) Mr W. H. Curtis Nora (the other Mr Smith's wife) ..Miss Lillian Pole Sergeant Duffell (attached to Vine Street Police Station) Mr W. P. Rees f Mr A. L. Moon Policemen Mr R. K. Green ON THURSDAY, JANUARY 12TH, AT 8.30 P.M., GILBERT and SULLIVAN'S Fairy Opera, "IOLANTHE." OR THE PEER AND THE PERI. (By permission of Mrs D. CARTE.) Characters: Lord Chancellor Mr T. Trefor Davies Lord Mountararat Mr W. D. Smith Lord Tolloler Mr John Evans Private Willis (of the Grenadier Guards) Mr Wilfred Rees Strephon (an Arcadian Shepherd) Mr Dyson Williams Queen of the Fairies.Miss Hannah Jones. A.R.A.M. Iolanthe (a Fairy, Strephon's Mother).Miss Harries Leila.S /"Miss Nesta Allen Ceila. J- Principal Fairies -i Miss Gladys Thomas Fleta. J ^Miss Muriel Wickland Phyllis (an Arcadian Shepherdess and Ward in Chancery) .Miss Gwendolen Evans Chorus of Fairies, Dukes, Earls, Barons, Viscounts. At the Pianoforte .Miss A. TWELLS Leader of Orchestra Mr W, F. HULI.EY Conductor Mr W. CECIL WILLIAMS, Mus. Bac. Costumes by SIMMONS, London. Perruquier Mr HODGES. Tenby. Mr R. H. TUCK has kindly undertaken the working of the Limelights. Reserved Seats can be booked at COWTAN'S at 4s. each Gallery, Front Row (reserved), 2s. Second Row (reserved), Is. 6d. other Rows, Is. BOROUGH OF TENBY. TENDERS are invited for the supply of about T 68 yards 9 inch diam., and 32 yards 6 inch diam. Glazed "STONEWARE PIPES and JUNCTIONS, BRICKS, etc. For particulars apply to the undersigned, to whom sealed Tenders should be delivered not later than THURSDAY, January 5th, 1911, endorsed "Tender for Pipes, etc." The 1.We8t or any Tender not necessarily accepted. B. MORLEY, Borough Surveyor. Borough Surveyor's Office, December 27th, 1910. -n_- SUGGESTIONS for XMAS PRESENTS. Perfumes. Large variety. Eau de Cologne. All makes. Cameras from 5/ Hair Brushes, bristle and whalebone. Military Hair Brushes in Cases. Hot Water Bottles. Best quality. Scent Sprays. Lavender Water (Old English). Smelling Salts. Side and Back Combs (non-inflammable). Anti-Rheumatic Rings from 5/ New Pair Spectacles for Relatives. Shaving Brushes and requisites. Enlargements from any Photo, 2/ Coloured Miniatures 1/ Gold Pendants to hold miniatures, 1 to 76. Pot-Pourri (Old English), 1/- tins. ALL MAY BE OBTAINED AT LOWEST CASH PRICES FROM THE TENBY DRUG STORES, (OPPOSITE TOWN HALL), TJEnsrTBTT. MAKERS OF LINSEED LINCTUS for Coughs. RUABON HOUSE, opposite 5 ARCHES. Be sure you don't forget to stop And see the things at this CHEAP shop. It's getting known through districts wide, No shop has such a NAME, beside The reason's plain, they keep good stuff, And where that's known No need to puff. Presents to suit all classes and givers-Home, Xmas Tree, Window Decorations, and Art Muslins. Traced Fancy Work, Animal Pincushions, Dolls for the Girls. Mechanical Toys for the Boys. All prices. Mr and Mrs DICKINSON take this opportunity of thanking the Residents and Visitors of Tenby and neighbourhood for their kind patronage since opening their new Shop, and invite everybody to "look round" and inspect their stock of Xmas and P. P. Cards, and other Articles suitable for Gifts, at Moderate Prices. 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, DREC&3 BASKETS, TRUNKS. BEDSTEADS, A 61d. BAZAAR, And almost every Household Requisite. Royal Daylight Petroleum and Incandescent Gas Mantles always in Stock. Experienced Workmen engaged on the Premises. TELEPHONE No. 15. FOR SALE,-Upright Grand, Overstrung Iron Frame PLAYER PIANO transposing arrange- ment; F.F. and* P.P. Levers. Fine Tone and Touch. Awarded Medal and Diploma, London Exhibition, 1909, by London Chamber of Commerce. Cost JB120. Price j650. Inspection invited at Mr F. B. MASON'S Furniture Rooms, Tenby. PUBLIC HALL, TENBY. SALE OF FREEHOLD COTTAGE. MR. FRANK B. MASON Is instructed to Sell by Public Auction, in the above Hall, at Three o'clock in the afternoon precisely, according to Conditions of Sale to be then and there produced, On SATURDAY, 14th January, 1911, THE FREEHOLD COTTAGE No. 5, CLARESTON ROAD, TENBY, Containing seven Rooms, and with Garden ex- tending to Park Road. Now in the occupation of Mr George Williams, and of the estimated rental value of JE13 per annum. Farther particulars may be obtained from the Auctioneer; or the Vendor's Solicitor, MB. J. A. BANCROFT, St. Julian Street, Tenby. III Xmas Presents! T. P. HUGHES IS NOW SELLING A Collection of Travellers' Samples OF FANOY ARTICLES At nearly Half-price. The Goods forming a unique Collection are now on view in New Furnishing Show-room. T. P. HUGHES, Bon Marche, TIE IN" 33 IT. II AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCE- MENT WILL APPEAR IN THIS SPACE NEXT WEEK. For Your Health's Sake, I DRINK PURE CHINA TEA. Special brands to be obtained only at Palmer's Stores 10, High Street AND 15, Warren Street. IPIRICIES- 1/8, 2/ 2/6, 2/10 and 4/- per lb. Free Samples on application. WEDDING GIFT.-Lady offers magnificent W 7-puinea Service, Al quality Plate (stamped), six each Table Dessert Spoons, Forks, Tea and Egg Spoons (36 pieces), unsoiled; accept 25/ Approval. Write "Gift," Observer Office, Tenby. FOR SALE, The important Freehold Property, containing an area of between 7 and 8 acres, and known as "GLAN-Y-M:OR," situated In the Village of Manorbier, five milea from Tenby. The House stands on limestone rock with magnificent views of the old Castle, Church, cliffs and sea. The whole property consists of Dwelling- house, 1 small Greenhouse, 1 Vinery, 1 Rose House. large walled Kitchen Garden, full-size Tennis Lawn and Shrubbery, Stabling for 4 horses, Loose Box, Saddle-room, Coach-house, Motor Shed heated with hot water pipes, with room and loft overhead, Fowl-house and Piggeries, 1 Cottage with large Garden, 1 Paddock, 1 Meadow. The House contains large Kitchen, Scullery, Dairy, etc., Pantry and Wine Collar. The Ground Floor, 9ft. 9in. high, has Morning- room, 21ft. 8in. x 15ft. 9111. Dining-room, 17ft. 8in. x 14ft. 6in. Drawintf-room, 14-fb. 2in. x 17ft. Sin. Front Hall, 31ft. x ifc. lOin. 1st Landing—16ft. 6in. x 5ft. 3in. x 12ft. 8in. Bath-room, 14ft x 12ft. x 12ft. Sin., with large porcelain bath and basin, h. and c. water, W. C. 1st Floor, 8ft. lOin. high—Best Bedroom, 15ft. x 23ft. Front Bedroom, 15ft. x 21ft. Dressing-room, 13ft. x 7ft. 6in. 1st back Bedroom, 13ft. lOin. x 14ft. lOin. Dressing-room, 13ft. x 7ft. 3in. 2nd back Bedroom, 13ft. 4in. x 14ft. Dressing-room, 13ft. x 4ft. 6in. 2nd Floor—1st Servants' Bedroom, 14ft. x 14ft. x Bft. 2nd ditto, 12ft. x 14ft. x 8ft. 3rd ditto, lift, x 7ft. Billiard-room, outside, adjoining, 21ft. 6in. x 16ft. 4in. 2 outside Water Closets. Large soft water tanks, also a good supply of spring water laid on to the House. Hunting with two packs of Foxhounds. Otter hunting. Ideal Summer resort. Sea five minutes' walk, beautiful hard sands; safe bathing. Winter very mild; G.W.R. Station one mile Golf Links three miles, adjoining next station. Post and Telegraph Office one minute, two deliveries week-days, one Sunday. Rates and Taxes less than JB10 per annum. The whole in first-class order and at present occupied. Vacant 25th March, 1911. For further particulars or orders to view apply to Mr F. B. MASON, Estate Agent, Tenby. TO Let, from the 25th of March, No. 5, GREEN- JL HILL A VENUE, TENBY. Apply Mrs VAULK, St. George Street, Tenby. TENBY.—To Let, Unfurnished, 3, SOOTH CLIFF STREET, from 25th March next. Enquire at 8, Park Terrace, Tenby. FARMHOUSE AP ARTMENTS.-To Let. con- -1 taining 4 Bedrooms and 2 Sitting-rooms. J. BRACE, Park Farm, Manorbier. R I C H A R D S' TYPEWRITING DEPOT, 10, Park JLt Road, TENBY. All kinds of Typing and Dupli- cating promptly and accurately executed. Circulars, Notices and Programmes duplicated. Highest references. Personal Tuition in Typewriting a speciality. Lists free. Sole local agent for SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER CO. PITMAN(S SHORTHAND. The" SUCCESS" P Postal Lessons, 12 for 12/6, cannot be beaten. Failure impossible. — DANIEL JONES, F.I.P.S., F.Inc.S.T., The Well-known Coach, NEATH. WANTED, Unfurnished small Residence in Tenby or neighbourhood, after Lady Day. Few lofty Rooms, Bath-room Garden. Low rent. Good tenant. Purchase possible. Mrs GRIFFITHS, 163, Glenroy Street, Roath, Cardiff. WANTED,—Young LADY ASSISTANT or IM- W PROVER for General Fancy. Live out. Apply JOHN D. GWYTHER, Draper, High Street, Tenby. WORKING HOUSEKEEPER required by single Gentleman. Must be good plain Cook. Maid kept. Apply E. W. JOHN, 5, Lexden Terrace, Tenby. COMPETENT GARDENER requires employment C) by the day. Late of De Valence Gardens. ROBERT GALL, The Green, Tenby. NOTICE! E25 REWARD is very often given for INFORMATION, but if you require information in regard to the 'choosing of XMAS PRESENTS, W. A. WOOD will be only too pleased to give it free. A large assortment of smart and up-to-date Goods in stock including 0 Ties, Fancy Waistcoats, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, Motor Scarves. W. A. WOOD, "MY HATTER," FIVE ARCHES, TENBY.
UNDER TWELVE YEARS. Miss Barbara Lord, High Street Master Donald Day, Belgrave Hotel