HILL HOUSE COLLEGE, HAVERFORDWEST. THE MISSES DAVIES (Daughters of the late BET. T. DAviBs, D.D.), CONDUCT a SCHOOL for DAY PUPILS and ?/ BOARDERS at the above comodious and well- aituated residence. The course of instruction comprisea the usual branches of a sound English Education with Music, French, German, Latin, Drawing and Painting. Pupils prepared for the Oxford and Cambridge Local, College of Preceptors, Trinity College, and other examinations. rROSrECTUSIM 0'S APrLICATIOX. ￼ The next term wi!l begin on Tuesday, September 20th. 722 NEW FISH AND Green-Grocer's Shop. BRIDGE STREET, Haverfordwest, On Premises formerly occupied by Messrs REES & SO:ii, Grocers. A REGULAR DAILY SUPPLY i OF THE CHOICEST FISH ON SALE. FRESH VEGETABLES & FRUIT at Moderate Charges. Orders by Post or otherwise will receive prompt attention. CHAS. P. COOK, 736 PROPRIETOR. BOOMING AHEAD. Thousands Drink it Daily. ANCHOR TEA THE BEST VALUE MONEY CAN BUY. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT. Wholesale Agents- J. & J. P. REYNOLDS, ,699 Haverfordwest. MANY A LEARNED DR. has written on the importance of avoiding Winter chills. The best preventative is suitable underwear and certainly Dr. THOMALLA'S celebrated goods appear to be perfect for the purpose. They are double Texture, and the inner one being non-absorbent, they fulfil every possible HYGIENIC requirement, for the perspiration passes through to the outer texture which never comes In contact with the skin; entirely obviating the defects of usual UNDER= wear, whether Wool, Silk or Cotton. Every one should inspect them. Made in all classes of Gentlemen's garments, and also Ladies and Childrens under- CLOTHING of all kinds. For Cycling, Touring, &c., unequalled. Full descriptive price lists sent on application to the Local Agents GREENISH & DAWKtNS, Haverfordwest. MRS. COLLINS THOMAS, REGISTRY AXD EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, DE\V STREET, IIAVERFORDWEST. or IN THE MAKING OF JAM, and the Preserving of Fruits in general, every house- wife is well aware of the fact that the satisfactoriness of the result of her labours must depend to a large degree upon the quality of the Sugar which she uses. At one time the cost of the necessary Sugar formed a mneh more considerable item in the total outlay than R. does to-day. Competition and other causes have brought down the plice of really good Sugar to a Sgure at which our grandmothers would certainly have stared in wonderment. While Fruit is cheap, you can get Sugar cheaply at the same time by buying it at Rt:xoLDS's. This, though only 2d. per Ib., is o.t' a quality that can leave nothing to be desired. Special quotations given for original packages con- taining 112 Ibs. J. & J. P. REYNOLDS'S, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS, HiGH STREET, and SALUTATION SQUARE. -?LUTATION -?q-QUAItE. ?? "? ??????/?? The nncst exercises in the opinion of many is rowing, but you cannot always appear in a Boating Hult, consequently it behoves every man to provide himself with a change of Clothing, and there is no more appropriate time for so doing than at the change of Seasons. T. G. BIROH M now Showing all the latest novelties for Shooting', Autumn Tour. fng, &c., a very large and varied Selection in all departments. Autumn delivcrlea jnst received and are HOW ready for Inspection. An early call will oblige. LONDON HOUSE, High Street, Haverfordwest. Established 1829. Opposite Shire Hal!. PEMBROKESHIRE REVISION COURTS, 1898. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN -THAT ARTHUR LEWIS, ESQ., the Barrister ? appointed to Revise the Lists of Voters, Parlia- mentary and County Electors for the County of Pembroke, will hold open Courts for such Revision at the times and places hereunder named, and the respective Overseers of the Poor of the several Parishes are required to publish the notice of the said Courts in their respective Parishes, and to attend the Court for their Parishes, and to bring with them the original notices of Claims and Objections received by them with respect to their Lists of Voters and Electors; and also their respective Ratebooks, between the 5th day of January, 1898, and the 15th day of July, 1898, or they will be liable to the penalties imposed by law for their neglect for so doing and all persons claiming to have their Names inserted in any List of Voters or objecting to the Claimants, or to the Votes of others, must appear at the proper court in order to prove or substantiate the same. NEW MILFORD.-At the South Wales Hotel, on Thursday, the 8th day of September, 1898, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon for revising the Lists of Voters for the several parishes or hamlets in the Johnston Polling District-Burton, Freystrop, Llangwm, Llanstadwell, Rosemarket. PEMBROKE DOCK.—At the Council Chamber, on Thursday, the 8th day of September, 1898, at 4 o'clock In the afternoon for revising the List of Voters for the several parishes or hamlets in the Pembroke Polling District—Lawrenny, Cosheston, Nash. PEMBROKE.—At the Town Hall, on Friday, the 9th day of September, 1898, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon for revising the Lists of Voters for the several parishes or hamlets in the following Polling Districts 1. Castlemartin Polling District-Angle, Bosheston, Castlemartin, Pwllcrochan, Rhoscrowther, St. Twyn- nell's, Warren. 2. Pembroke PoIlingDistrict—Hodgeston,HundIeton, Lamphey, Monkton, Stackpole Elidor, St. Mary, Pem- broke, St. Michael, Pembroke, St. Fetrox and Upton. TENBY.—At the Town Hall, at Tenby, on Saturday, the 10th day of September, 1898, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon for revising the Lists of Voters for the several parishes or hamlets in the following Polling Districts: 1. St. Florence Polling District-Carew, Manorbier, Redberth, St. Florence, 2. Tenby Polling District-Gumfreston, Penally, St. Mary (in liberty) Tenby, St. Mary (out liberty) Tenby. NARBERTH.—At the County Court House, Narberth, on Monday, the 12th day of September, 1898, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, for revising the lists of voters for the several parishes or hamlets in the following polling districts: 1. Amroth Polling District—Amroth,BegeIIy, Crun- wear, East Williamston, JeHreyston, Ludshurch, Loves- ton, Reynoldston, St. Issell's. 2. Narberth Polling District-Coedcanlas, Crinow, Grondre, Llandewi Velfrey, Lampeter Velfrey, LIan- falteg, Llawhaden, LIangan West, Llandissilio, Martle- twy, Minwear Mountain, Narberth North, Narberth South, Newton North, Robeston Wathen, Yerbeston. HAVERFORDWEST.—At the Shire Hall on Wed- nesday. 14th dav of Sentember. 1898. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, for revising the lists of voters for the several parishes or hamlets, in the following polling districts: 1. Haverfordwest Polling District-Boulston, Har- roldston, St. Issels, Lambston, Prendergast, Rudbaxton, St. Martin, St. Thomas, Uzmaston. 2. Camrose Polling District—Camrose, Harroldston West. Hayscastle, Nolton, Roch, Treffgarne. LITTLE HAVEN.—At the Castle Hotel, on Thurs- day, the l.)th day of September, 1898, at 10.30 o'clock in the forenoon, for revising the lists of voters for the several parishes or hamlets in the following polling district 1. Hasguard Polling District Dale, Hasguard, Herbrandston, Marloes, Robeston West, St. Bride's, St. Isbmael's, Talbenny, Walton West, Walwyn's Castle. FENBRYN.—At the School House, Penbryn, on Friday, the IGth day of September, 1898, at 12 o'clock at noon, for revising the lists of voters for the several parishes or hamlets In the following polling districts 1. Penbryn Polling District Bridell, Eglwyswrw, Kilgerran, Hantood. 2. Blaennbs Polling District (pa.rt)—CapeI Colman, LIannhangel Penbedw, Manordivy. 3. St. Dogmell's Polling District-Monington, Moyl- grove, St. Dogmell's. CRYMMYCH.—At the Cry mmych Anns, on Saturday, the 17th day of September, 1898, at 11.30 o'clock in the forenoon, for revising the lists of voters for the several parishes or hamlets in the following polling districts 1. Tegryn Polling District—Clydey, Kilrhedyn, Llanfirnach. 2. Blaenn'os Polling District (part)—Castellan, Han- fairnantgwyn, Penrith, Whitchurch in Kernes. 3. Maenelochog Polling District-Monachlogddu. SOLVA.—At the Cambrian Inn on Thursday, 29th day of September, 1898, at 12 o'clock at noon for revising the lists of voters for the several parishes or hamlets in the following district: 1. Solva Polling District-Brawdy, Landeloy, Llan- howell, St. Elvis. Whitchurch in Dewsland. SAINT DAVID'S.—At the Grove Hotel on Friday, the 30th day of September, 1898, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon for the parish of St. David's in the Solva polling district: MATHRY.—At the National Schoolroom on Friday, 30th day of September, 1898, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon for revising the lists of voters in the several parishes or hamlets in the following polling district: 1. Mathry Polling District—Cranston, Jordanston, Llanrhian, Llanrhithan, Mathry, St. Edrln's, St. Nicholas. FISHGUARD.—At the Groat Western Hotel, Fish- guard, on Saturday, the 1st day of October, 1898, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon for revising the lists of voters for the several parishes or hamlets in the following polling district 1. Little Newcastle Polling District Ambleston, Castlebythe, Little Newcastle, Llanfairnantgof, Letter ston, Llanstinan, Puncheston, St. Lawrence, St Dog- wells. 2. Fishguard Polling Ditrict ninas, Lla.nlawei, Lla.nwnda, Uanychaer, 'Lla.nychllwydog, Manorowen, NEWPORT.—At the Llwyngwair Arms on Monday, the 3rd day of October, at 10.:30 o'clock in the forenoon for revising the lists of voters in the several parishes or hamlets in the following polling district: 1. Newport Polling District-Bayvil, Meline, Nevem, Newport. WISTON.—At the Old Mansion House, Wiston, on Tuesday, the 4th day of October, 1898, at 10.30 o'clock iu the forenoon for revising the lists of voters for the several parishes or hamlets of the following polling district: 1. Wiston Polling District-Bletherston, Clarbeston, SIebech, Spittal, Walton East, Wiston. MILFOKD.—At the Lord Nelson Hotel on Monday, the 10th day of October, 1898, at 11.15 o'clock in the forenoon, for revising the lists of voters for the several parishes or hamlets in the following polling district: 1. JohustonPoUing District—Hakin,Johnston,Hub- berstoii, Milford, Steynton. beMrstAoEn, NCLOCHOG.-At the Castle Inn, MaencJochog, on Tuesday, the llth day of October, 1898, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon for revising the lists of voters for the several parishes or hamlets in the following polling district: 1. Maenc!ochog Polling District (part) Henry's Moat, Llandito, Llaugolman, LIanycefn, Llysyfran, Maenclochog, Morvil, New Moat, Vortan. And all other places (if any) in the county of Pem- broke, not herein before specified. And every Clerk of the Peace, Postmaster, Overseer, or other Person or Public Officer for every wilful mis- feazance or wilful act of commission or omission is liable by the Act 6th Victoria, Cap. 10, to forfeit One Hundred Pounds to the Party aggrieved, to be recovered by action for debt. WM. DAVIES GEORGE, Clerk to the County Council for the County of Pembroke. Clerk of the Council's Omce, Haverfordwest, August 27th, 1898. 743 !VISITORS TO LONDON WILLl'INDA HOME FROM HOME, AT 2, EASTBOURNE TERRACE, OPPOSITE PADDINGTON STATION. Bed & Breakfast from 3/6 per day. ..3uses for all parts pass the door, aud Station of Metropolitan Kailway within 100 yards of House. ij.H..fi; t MONUMENTS, TOMBS, CROSSES, HEADSTONES, ARTIFICIAL WREATHS, &c W. J. C OLE, MONUMENTAUST, &c., Holds an unequalled stock of all kinds of Memoria in Marble, Granite, and Forest Stouo. Guarautcud i Higher Class Work. at lower Prices, tliaii- supplied anywhere in the (Jouuty. Just arrived, Graud New Stock of ARTIFICIAL WREATHS. I Price's very low. SPLENDID LOT OF WREATHS TO BE GIVEN A WAY FREE. (Write for Par- ticninrs.) ALL MEMORIALS 8ET CATWIAGE' PAID. Enquiries invited to W. J. COLE, 18, Com:Ttercia! Row, Pembroke Dock HORSE & FOUR-WHEELED DOO CART ON H!RE. Apply- DAVID EVANS, Corkcutter. tJOUSE TO LET at Merlin's Terrace, in this town, !) Immediate Possession may be had. Apply: c; J. TRNW, High Street, Haverfordwest. 388 MILFORD HAVEN URBAN DISTRICT. ?TO BE LET BY AUCTION at the COUNCIL JL CHAMBER, Charles Street, Milford Haven, on THURSDAY, SEPT. 15th, 1898 (subject to Con- ditions to be read at the time of Letting) THE TOLLS ARISING FROM THE VICTORIA BRIDGE, for ONE YEAR, from the 29th September next. The Letting to commence at Three o'clock. For further particulars apply to the Clerk, THOMAS H. LEWIS, Clerk to the Council. Milford Haven, Sept. 5th, 1898. COUNTY OF PEMBROKE. IN THE MATTER OF THE LICENSING ACTS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN T HAT the COUNTY LICENSING COMMITTEE appointed by Quarter Sessions for the County of Pembroke will meet at the SHIRE HALL, HAVERFORD-WE&T, on THURSDAY, the 29th Day of SEFTEMHER inst., at 11 o'clock in the forenoon to hear applications for Confirmation of Licenses. Dated this 7th day of September, 1898. WM. DA VIES GEORGE, Clerk of the Peace. Shire Hall, Haverfordwest. NARBERTH RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. Narberth Water Works. A LL Persons desirous of CONTRACTING with ?j L the Narberth Rural District Council for FENCING OFF THE RESERVOIR at HELCOMB, from the surrounding Pasture Land, and carrying out other improvements in connection with the Narberth Water Works, are requested to send Sealed Tenders marked on the outside, "Tender for Narberth Water Works;to me the undersigned, on Or before SATURDAY, THE 1ST DAY OF OCTOBER, 1898. Plans and Specifications may be inspectedand full particulars obtained at the Omce of Mr J OH MORGAN TnoMAS, Architect, Rock House, Narberth. The lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. (By Order of the Council), JOHN THOMAS, CLERK. 3, St. James' Street, Narberth, 8th Sept., 1898. HAVERFORDWEST UNION. TENDERS FOR CLOTHING, BEDDING, Ac. THE Gua,rdia.r.s of the above Union are prepared 1 to receive TENDERS for CLOTHING, BEDDING, &c., for the use of the Workhouse from the 5th day of October, 1898, to the 3rd day of October, 1899, to be delivered at the Work- house, Haverfordwest, free of expense, in such quantities, as may be required, at such times as the Board of Guardians may direct. Samples to be sent to the Workhouse, not later than WEDNESDAY, the 28TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1898, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon. Any Person may Tender for all or any of the articles separately, and the Guardians do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. N.B.—The Tender must be made on a Form which may be had on application at my office, and no Tender will be received after Five o'Clook in the Afternoon of TUESDAY, the 27TH DAY of SEPTEM- BER, 1898. JOHN JAMES, Clerk to the Guardians. All Persons having any CLAIMS on the Guar- dians are requested to send particulars thereof to the Clerk, (if by letter, post paid) A FORTNIGHT AT LEAST before the expiration of the Quarter. Haverfordwest, September 1st, 1898. HAVERFORDWEST UNION. TENDERS FOR PROVISIONS, &c. ?T\HE Guardians of the above Union are prepared JL to receive TENDERS for the undermen- tioned Articles of PROVISIONS for the use of the Officers and Inmates of the Workhouse from the 5th day of October, 1898, to the 28th day of March, 1899, to be delivered at the Workhouse Haverford- west, free of expense, in such quantities as may be required, at such times as the Board of Guardians may direct. Good sticking pieces of beef with neck, chine, and blade bone off and marrow bone out; leg bones of beef averaging lOlb. each, fore and bind quarters of ewe and wether mutton, to average from 141b. to 181b. each, suet, bread in 41b. loaves, made from best 2uds Sour, delivered three times a week, good household nour, oatmeal well sifted and free from husks, salt butter (Welsh), new milk cheese, jam, black tea, cocoa, crystallised sugar, East India rice, supernne tobacco, yellow soap, candles, soda., potatoes of the beet qua-Hty, r10. rubble, cla.y, timber for arewood. Tenders may also be made for the falls of the house and garden, which are suitable for pig feeding. Any person may tender for all or any of the articles separately and the Guardians do not bind them themselves to accept the Lowest or any Tender. N.B.—The Tender must be made on a Form which may be had on application at my omce, and accompanied with Samples, to be sent to me not later than Five o'clock in the Afternoon of MOXDAY, the 26TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1898. The samples must be sent in plain white paper, with. out signature or any other distinguishing mark. JOHN JAMES, Clerk to the Guardians. All Persons having any CLAIMS on the Guar- dians are requested )o send particulars thereof to the Clerk, (if by letter, post paid) A FORTNIGHT AT LEAST before the expiration of the Quarter. All Claims not paid within Three Months after the expiration of the Half-Year in which they are incurred, are Statute barred. The Guardians have a large Quantity of FIRE. WOOD at the Workhouse, which will be supplied to all parts of the Town at Is. 3d. per cwt. Haverfordwest, September 1st, 1898. DAN LESTER, WHOLESALE Fish and Ice Merchant, MILFORD HAVEN. All Orders (large or smalV p;'omptl!J execulecl. TELEGRAMS:—LESTER, MILFORD HAVEN. 748 Freemantte & Sons, WHOLESALE & RETAIL POULTRY FARMERS. DEPOT.— 20, ROBERT ST., MILFORD HAVEN DAILY SUPPLY OF NEW LAID EGGS. SMART PONY AND TRAP FOR HIRE ROBERT GALL IS PREPARED TO UNDERTAKE GARDENING OF ANY DESCRIPTION BY THE DAY OR JOB. COULD ATTEND TO HORSE AND TRAP, OR FILL ANY POSITION OF TRUST. Ha.nd}r at lu-door Work. Served tS years in the Pembrokeshire Const.ibula.ry. Good Cha.ra.cter. APPLY: 8, GROVE PLACE, St. Thomas' Green. MR. J. V. S. BENNETT TTAS mnc!) pleasure in announcing that he has JLJL opened OHiucs at the undermentioned ddresa aa Land Agent, Auctioneer, & Valuer, And in intimating to proi-pective clients, that all business entrusted to his charge shati receive his direct and personal attention. 0 MR BENNETT'S professional experience has been gained in one of the most important and best known provincial offices in the kingdom while his practical knowledge of Agricutturc has been perfected hy continuous reaidence on the well ordered farm of a ?i first rate agl'jcultnri.st and prjze taker. MR BENNEi'T is prepa.red to undertake the general management of large or smaH Landed Estates, the collection of Rents and Tithes, the anc- tion of real or personal property, the survey of lands and buildings, and any similar work ordinarily fall- i.i, within the province of en agoent in varied practice Terms may be had on application, j OfEees, UPPER TOWER HILL, IIaverford west. AGENT TO THE EMPRESS ASSURAXCE (JORPORATJON LmiTED—Fire, Burglary, and Plate CHasa LIST OF SALES BY J. LLEWELLYN DAVIES. On TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th, at LAND, near Scoveston Fort, Crops of Corn and Hay, the pro- perty of Mr Tnomas Rees. On THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22nd, at HEARSON, Clear-out-Sale of Live Stock, Agricultural Implements, Crops of Corn and Hay, Dairy Utensils, Furniture, &c., the property of Mr James Thomas. On MoxoAY, SEPTEMBER 26th, at CLEGGARS, in the Parish of Lamphey, about 400 head of Cattle, and Shropshire Down Sheep, &c., the property of Charles Mathias, Esq. On TUESDAY, SEi-TEMBER 27, at WALWYN'S CASTLE FARM, Dairy Covs, Young Cattle, Sheep, Figs, Dairy Utensils and Agricultural Implements, the property of Mr Watts. On WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th, at WALTON WEST FARM, Dairy Cows, Young Cattle, Horses, Pigs, Hay, Implements, Furniture, &c., the property of Mr John George. On MoNDAY, OCTOBER 3rd, at DALE, Household Furniture, &c., the property of Mr Mathias. CLEGGAR'S FARM. LAMPHEY, PEMBROKESHIRE. Important Unreserved Thr*e Months' Credit Sa,Io of 400 Head of Horned Cattle, Sheep <& Lambs. J. LLEWELLYN DAVIES TTAS been favoured with instructions from .Ll Charles Mathia-g, Esq., of Lamphey Court, tO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION at CLEGGAR'S FARM, Lamphey, on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th, 1898, 400 HEAD OF HORNED CATTLE, SHEEP, LAMBS, &c., Consisting of 14 Two-year-old BULLOCKS, pure bred Castle- martin. 2 BULLS do. do. do. 15 Choice DAIRY COWS, in Milk. do. 16 YEARLING HEIFERS, do. do. 26 do. STEERS, do. do. 16 BARREN HEIFERS, do. do. 4 In-calf JERSEY COWS. 150 Pure-bred SHROPSHIRE EWES. 100 do. do. LAMBS. 48 do. do. YEARLING RAMS. The Auctioneer has much pleasure in inviting the attention of the farmers, cattle dealers, and butchers, to this genuine sale of Horned Cattle and Sheep. The fact of their being bred by the Vendor is in itself a guarantee of their quality and excel- lence, and we prefer inviting you to judge for your- self when the animals are offered for Sale, rather than place a. long pedigree before you in print. Salt to commence at 2 p.m., prompt. Luncheon, by ticket, at 12 o'clock. HEARSON, PARISH OF BURTON. Unreserved Three Months' Credit Clear-out Sale of Live Stock, Crops of Corn and Hay, Agricultural Implements, Dairy and Brewing Utensils, Poultry, Household Furniture. J. LLEWELLYN DAVIES FT AS received instructions from Mr JAMEs TnoMAs, n who is leaving the Farm, to SzMj BY PUBLIC AccTlox at HEARSON, parish of Burton, on MoN- DAY. SEPTEMBER 19th, 1898, the whole of the LIVE STOCK, CROPS OF CORN AND HAY, IMPLE- MENTS, DAIRY AND BREWING UTENSILS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c., consisting of LivE STOCK.-6 Cows, a portion of which will be due to calve in January, 1 Incalf Heifer, 5 good Yearlings, 6 Calves, 1 Bull, 3 Sows, 14 Ewes and Lambs, Bay Mare, "Bell," 6 years old, stinted to Archduke," Dark Bay Mare, Scott," 4 years old, Bay Marc, Madam," aged, and a Horse Colt by Archduke," out of "Bell." PouLTRY.—5 Geese, 11 Turkeys, and 16 Fowls. Cn.ors or CoRN kNl) HAY.-210 Mows of Black Tartarian Oats, 60 Mows of prime Malting Barley, 20 Mows of Wheat, 92 Drills of Potatoes, 5 Acres of Turnips and half-acre of Mangolds, and 4 Ricks of good well-saved Hay, and 1 Butt of Straw. IMPLEMENTS.—3 Ploughs, Double-Tom, Set of Harrows, Chiseltcoth Harrow, Chain Harrow, 2 Tumbril Carts and Tripples, Dog-Cart, Donkey Spring Cart, Mowing Machine with Reaper attached, Horse Rake, Turnip Cutter, Turnip Drill, Winnow- ing Machine, Barn Plank, 2 Ladders, Grindstone, Scales and Weights, Picks and Rakes, Cart Ropes, Dray on Wheels, Wheelbarrow, Iron Relief, &c. HARNESS.—2 Sets of Shaft Harness, 1 Set of Fore Harness, Set of Trap Harness, 2 Seta of Ptough Harness, 1 Gentleman's Saddle. DAIRY UTENsiLs.—LIewellin's Patent Chura, 6 Milk Pans and Stands, Butter Tub, Cream Pots, Milking Pails, Butter Scales and Weights, &c., &c. FupxiTt'RE.—Mahogany and other Tables, Sofas, Easy and other Chairs, Corner Cupboa'ds, Dresser, Mantle Glasses, Fenders, Irons, &c. The Bedrooms contain the usual Iron and other Bedsteads, Half- Drawers, Washstands, Dressing Tables, Toilet GIassea, Towel Rails, Wardrobes, Chairs, &c., &c. Sale to commence at Two p.m. prompt. Three Months' Credit subject to conditions. The Auctioneer respectfully urges an enrlv atten- dance so that the whole of the Lots may be got through before dark. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. THE RECTORY, SAINT BRIDES. Important Sale of valuable Household Furniture, China,, Glass, Dinner and Dessert Services, Pictures, Ornaments, Organ, Books, Carriage Mare, Photon, Bicycle, Tumbril Cart, Car- riage and Cart Harness, Gentleman's Saddle and Bridle, Poultry, Lawn Mower and Roller, Potatoes in Drills, &c., &c. GEORGE JONES TJ AS been favoured with instructions from the JLl Executrix of the late Rev C. D. Davies, to SELL BY AUCTION, at the above Rectory, on THURSDAY, 29th SHPTHMBHR, 1898, all the Valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS above referred to. Full particulars will appear in Posters. Sale to commence at 10.30 for 11.30 sharp. Three Months' Credit subject to conditions of sale. Old Bridge, Haverfordwest, 8th Sept., 1898. tSIMPSON FARM, ROCH PARISH. Important Sale of Milch Cows, Yearliugs, Cattle and Calves, Horses, Pigs, Poultry, Corn Crops, Root Crops, Implements, Dairy Utensils, &c. MESSRS. LLOYD, THOMAS & FISHER A RE favoured with instructions from Miss jLj L EnwARDs, who is leaving, to SELL BY Arcnox at SIMPSON FARM, parish of Roch, on WEDXEs- i)AY, SEi"ri:M]tEn 21st, 1898, the whole of the valuable STOCK and CROPS, IMPLEMENTS, &c.. corn. prising :—10 very superior Milch Cows, some of which arc expected to calve in November, and the remainder early in 1899,5 well-bred Yearling Cattle, 12 Steer and Heifer Calves, 1 aged Bay Gelding, Prince," 1 Chestnut do., Sam," 1 powerful Cart Mare, "Bess," 1 do., "Bell," a grand Yearling Colt by Breconshire Hero," 1 promising Suckling Filly by do., 1 Sow with Litter, 1 Sow in farrow, 2 Pork Pigs and 23 Geese. The C'Rors consist of 7 Mows of Wheat 80 large Field Mows of Barley, 196 Mows of Oats, and 4 Ricks of Hay, all well harvested and iu good condition, 15 Drills of Potatoe", and 5 Acres of Swedes. The IMPLEMENTS include 2 Tumbril Carts, Mowing Machine by Samuelson," Cambridge Roller, 1 Chisel Harrow, 2 Ploughs, 2 Harrows, Chancuttcr by Beiital," Turnip Drill, Scales and Weighty 1h) whole of the DAIRY UrEN.siLs and a variety of other useful articles. Luncheon at 11.30 a.m., Sale to commence at One o'clock. Credit on conditions. 762 TOWN OF HAVERFORDWEST. I-_m_ I FREEHOLD COTTAGES FOR SALE. MR. WM. GEORGE JAMES TTAS received instructions to oSer for SALE BY jLl PujtLn ArcTlox on SATURDAY, the 24th day of 1898, at half-past two o'clock in the afternoon, at the SWAN HOTEL, Haverfordwest, the following valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTY. LoT 1.—A11 that MESSUAGE or DWELLING- HOUSE and GARDEN, situate in Preudergast, in the Town and County of Haverfordwest (and being opposite the Branch Baptist Chapel), now in the occupation of Joseph Morgans, as teuaut thereof, at the annual rent of ;C5 Os. Od. LOT 2.—All those FJYE MESSUAGES or DWELLING-HOUSES with the GARDENS there. unto belonging (which said Garden.? are situate in front of the said Messuages or Dwelling-houses) situate in Fountain Row, in the Parish of St. Mary, Havcrfordwest, in the occupntion of the following Tenants, John Gannon, William Thomas, John Edgar, John Morris, and Mrs Marychurch. This Lot is let to tenants at a weekly rental of Is. l()d. each per week, and produces a gross annual rental of £23 K;g. 8d. If not sold in one Lot the houses in Lot 2 will be offered in several Lots. Particulars and Conditions of Sale are being pre- pared, and any further information may be obtained on application to the Auctioneer, Mr W. G. JAMEs, at Llys-yr.onen, Fishguard or MR. WM. DAVIES GEORGE, Solicitor for Vendors, Hill Lane, Haverfordwest. COMFORTABLE LODGINGS to Let in central part ?? of the Town, suitable for one or two Young Men.— Appiy A., Oitice of this Paper. -n_- t ODGIXGS, suitable for School Children, to Let in L. a healthy part of the town. Moderate terms.- Apply OHIce of tLus Paper. 740 SALES BY WILLIAM JONES, AUCTIONEER. MICHAELMAS, 1898. On Monday, August 29th, at ST. ISHMAEL'S CASTLE, in the Parish of St. Ishmael's, the residence of Mr Jacob James, Live Stock, Crops of Corn and Hay, Implements, &c. On Monday, September 12th, at Main Street, Pembroke the residence of Mr David Arlow, Butcher, House- hold Furniture, Saddlery Requisites, and other effects. On September 14th, at LITTLE HAVEN, the residence On Soe T?r John Bussan, Household Furniture, and other Effects. At an early date at Haverfordwest, TWO FREEHOLD ROUSES in Barn Street, let to David Bees and Mary Rees respectively, and ONE HOUSE on Prendergast West Side let to Henry Grimths. About the middle of September at PARK HOUSE, near Prendergast, Dairy Cows, Young Cattle, Pigs, Hay, &c., the property of Mr Thomas John. On September 21at, at PRENDERGAST PAPER MILLS, Haverfordwest, Paper-making Machinery, Plant, and other Ejects. On September 22nd, at MEAD LODGE, Houghton, Live Stock, Crops of Corn and Hay, &c. On September 24th, at the ANGEL INN, Church Street, Haverfordwest, Household Furniture, and other Enects. On the 27th September, at UPPER SWANSWELL, Broad Haven, Dairy Cows, Young Cattle, Pigs, Pony and Trap, Hay, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c., the Property of Mrs Rosser. On the 28th September, at DERBY, near Haverford- west, Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, Hay and Corn, &c., the property of Owen H. S. Williams, Esq. 40, High Street, Haverfordwest, August 31st, 1898. PARISH OF WALTON WEST. Important Sale of Dairy Cows, Young Cattle, Pony and Dogcart. Pigs, Dairy and Brewing Utensils, Household Furniture, &c. MB. WILLIAM JONES IT AS been instructed by Mps. LonsA RossER JL-L (who is relinquishing Farming), to SELL BY ArcTlox AT UPPER SWANSWELL, ?fEAR BpOAu HAVEx, ox TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1898, the whole of the LIVE STOCK, CROP OF HAY, DAIRY AND BREWING UTENSILS, &c., comprising: Four choice young Dairy Cows, all expected to calve early, three reared Calves, Sow and litter of 12 young Pigs, very superior Pony, aged seven years, Rick of Meadow Hay, two-wheeled Dogcart, Spring Cart, Set of Nickel Harness, Spring Cart Harnes, together with the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and other Effects, which include :—Mahogany Loo, Pembroke, and other Tables, half-dozen Mahogany Chairs covered in hair, do. Couch in leather, do. Chest of Drawers, Chemonier Bedstead, Iron and Wooden do., Feather Beds, Mattresses, Washstand and Ware, Kitchen Dresser and Ware, Corner Cup board, Book Shelves and Books, Garden Tools, Iron and Stone Piga' Troughs, Picks, Rakes, Ladders, and numerous other articles not mentioned. Sale to commence at One o'clock punctually. Four Months' Credit, subject to Conditions. 40, High Street, IIaverfordwest, September 5th, 1898. DERBY FARM, ABOUT ONE MILE FROM HAVERFORDWEST Highly Important Unreserved Sale of Horses, Dairy Cows, Young Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, Corn and Hay, Implements of Husbandry, &c. MR. WILLIAM JONES TJ AS been favoured with instructions fromOwEpr ±1 H. S. WiLLiAMs, Esq., of Fern Hill (who is giving up the Farm), to SELL BY Auc'Tiox. at the above place, on WEUXESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28TH, 1898, the whole of the valuable LIVE STOCK, CROPS OF CORN AND HAY, IMPLEMENTS OF HUS- BANDRY, &c., comprising :— CATTLE. Twelve choice Dairy Cows, some in full profit, others to calve early, one well bred Yearling Short- Horn Bull, 13 excellent Cross-bred two-year-old Steers aud in -calf heifers, 11 very promising Yearling Steers and Heifers, aud 13 strong Calves. HORSES. Brood Mare "Gladys," aged. by "Zanzibar," dam by "The Brigand,"iu foaltc "Aylesbury," sucking Colt by Utility," dam Gladys," Yearling filly by:" Utility," dam "Gladys," two-year-old nlly by Stoucneld," dam Gladys," two-year-old Colt by Utility," dam by "York," three-year-old Gelding by "Stoneueld," dam by "York," calcu- lated to make a Sue weight carrying banter, two- year-old Colt by Emlyn Fashion," out of a grand Trotting Cob, Yearling Colt by Trotting Britain," out of the same dam as last named, Sucking Colt by "Comet Bach," 1 Cart Marc "Daudy," aged eevcn, and 1 Cart Horse "Spaukcr, also aged seven, both good workers. SHEEP. Fifty-two grand two-year-old and aged Ewes, 25 Yearling Ewes, 72 excellent Ewe and Wether Lambs, 7 Ram Lambs. The whole of the Sheep are of Shropshire and Oxford-cross breed. PIGS. 5 very useful Porkera. CROPS OF CORN AND HAY. 212 Mows of small Black Scotch Oats, well har- vested, 2 Ricks of Old Hay, 3 Ricks of this year's Meadow Hay, all well saved. IMPLEMENTS OF HUSBANDRY, &c. Albion Reaper, Coleman's Cultivator, Iron Roller Corn Drill, Pole Pitcher, Hornsby Digger, Howards' Spring Plough, Chisel Tooth Harrow, Horse Hoe, Sheep Rack, Turnip Drill, Shaft and Leading Har- ness, Plough do., and other effects too numerous to mention. Luncheon on the Table at 11 o'clock. Sale to commence at 11.30. Three Months' Credit subject to Conditions of Sale. The Auctioneer begs to draw attention of intend- ing purchasers to this Important Sale, the quality of Mr Williams' Stock being well known in the County, and asks for a punctual attendance, in order to dis- pose of the whole in one day. 40, High Street, Haverfordwest, Sept. 5th, 1898. PARISH OF PRENDERGAST, NEAR HAVERFORDWEST. Unreserved Sale of Dairy Cows, Pigs, Dairy and Brewing Utensils, &c. MR. WILLIAM JONES TTAS been instructed by Mr TuoMAs JOliN (who is JLJL relinquishing Farming), to SELL j:Y PutLic AucTicx at PARK HOUSE, in the parish of Pren- dergast, on TnupsnAY, SEPTEMBER THH 29th, 1898 the whole of the LIVE STOCK, CROPS OF HAY, DAIRY AND BREWING UTENSILS, &c., com- prising :—8 excellent Dairy Cows, 1 recently calved, another expected to calve before the day of Sale, and the remainder very goon, 1 Cart Mare, 9 nr.st rate Porkers, 2 Ricks of Lay Hay, about 21 Tons, the Dairy and Brewing Utensils, Tumbril Cart and Tripples, Spring Cart, Shaft Harness, Trap Harness, Chain Harrow, several Pigs' Troughs, 3 Ladders a quantity of Manure and Timber and other effects not particularized. Sale to commence at One o'clock. Three Months' Credit subject to conditions of Sale. 40, High Street, Haverfordwest, September 9th, 1898. COUNTY OF PEMBROKE. PARISH OF PRENDERGAST. Ix BANKRITTCY. RE JOSEPH GiBBOX. Important Break-up Sale of Paper-iiiaking J1ac!tÙter!l, Plant, &c. MR. WILLIAM JONES IT AS been instructed by TnoMAs TnoMA?, Eso. JLl (Omcial Receiver in Bankruptcy), to SEi/L]:Y Al.:CTIOX at PRENDERGAST PAPER MILLS (within Two miles of Haverfordwest Railway Station), on WEDXE.sDAY, SEi'TEMjiEn. 21, 1898, the wholoofthevahmbleandmodern PAPER-MAKING MACHINERY, PLANT AND OTHER EFFECTS, COMI'RISIXG:— Paper Making Machine and Rolls complete with Belting, Steam Pipes, Valves and Connections, double t in. Force Fump, 2 Pulping Machines, Mixing do., 2 Pu)p Pumps, Rag Boiling Machine, Paper Cutting Machine, Rag Cutting Machine with Belting and Castings, Steam and Water Pipes, Shafting and Belting, 3 cwt. Weighing Machine, 4 half ton do. (by Bartlett), Sack Truck, (; Loose Cog Wheels, C Spare Rollers, Portable Forge, Vice, Anvil, 28 and üb lb. Weights, Wire Screen Table, Bench. Ladder, 2 Screw Jacks, about 1 cwt. Brass Castings, about 30 Gallons Lucca Oil, 6 Loose Rollers, Steam Valve, about 1 ewt. Wrought-iron Fittings, Grindstones, Iron Pulley 2 feet dia. x 7 in. wide, about 10 tbs. Tuck's Packing, Roll Water Hose, Lot Sundry Castings, Flare and Hanging Lamps, 3 Office Desks, Copying Press, G Balls Cord, :32 Brass Rollers, Cask Green Dye, Copper Roller. Roll Brass Wire Gauxe, Brass Gauze Roller, 2 Weston's Differential Pulley Blocks, about 10 cwt. of Paper, Old Steam Doiter, 3 Tanks and Pipes in connection, and other articles not mentioned. Sale to commence at one o'clock. Purchase Money to be paid at the time of Sale. The Auctioneer begs to draw the attention of the Paper-making Trade, Dealers, and others to this important break-up Sale, a large portion of the Machinery having been recently purchased at a considerable outlay. PARISH OF BURTON. Unreserved Sale of Horses, Pigs, Corn, Hay, Implements, Dairy Utensils, &c. MR. WILLIAM JONES TTAS been instructed to SELL BY Aucnoy at JJL MEAD LODGE, HOU&HTON, on TnuRs- DAY, SEPTEMBER 22nd, ]898, the whole of the LIVE STOCK, CROPS OF CORN AND HAY, IMPLE- MENTS, DAIRY UTENSILS, and other Ejects, comprising :— Ln'M STOCK,—! Cart Mare in foal by "Urchal Fame," 1 excellent Cart Mare, 2 years, by the said Urchal Fame," 1 Sow m litter and 2 Pigs. 1 CEors.—l Rick of Meadow Hay, 2 Ricks of Clover Hay, 1 Butt of Straw, 2 Ricks of Oats, about 145 Mows of do., 75 Mows of Barley, 1 Stack of Wheat and about 70 Drills of Swedes. IMPLEMENTS, &c. Hay Mowing Machine by Wood, Hornsby's Wheel Plough, Howard's Digger, Chiseltooth Harrow, Zigzag do., Iron Roller, Turnip Drill, Horse Rake, 2 Horae Hoes, Double-Tom, Winnowing Machine, ChaScutter, Turnip Slicer, Tumbril Cart and Tripples, Set of Shaft Harness, 2 Sets of Plough Harness, Set of Nickel Gig Harness, lot of odd Harness, pair New Wheels, &c., &c. Also the Dairy Utensils and other Ejects. Sale to commence at one o'clock. Three months credit, subject to conditions. 40, High Street, Haverfordwest, September 13th, 1898. HAVERFORDWEST. Sale of Desirable Freehold Dwellinghouses in Prendergast and Barn Street. MR. WILLIAM JONES TJAS been instructed to Oner for SALE BY Pcnnc JjL AucTicx AT THE TEMPERANCE HALL, Haverfordwest, ON MoxDAY, THE 3RD DAY or OCTOBER, 1898, at seven o'clock in the evening the following FREEHOLD PROPERTY:— LoT 1.—A Commodious Dwellinghouse,Shop (with shop nttings) and Bakery, with stable and pig- stye attached, situate in Prendergast (West side) and occupied by Mr Henry Grimths, as half yearly tenant at the yearly rent of £13. These premises contain a frontage to the street of 29 feet, and offer a most desirable investment. LoT 2.—A Dwellinghouse and Garden situate in Barn Street, and occupied by Mr David Rees as quarterly tenant at the low yearly rent of :E5 14s. LoT 3.—A Dwellinghonae and Garden situate ad- joining the last lot, and occupied by Mrs Mary Evans as quarterly tenant at the low yearly rent of JEo 14s. All the lots are in good condition and are let to respectable tenants. Further information may be obtained of the Auctioneer, High Street, Haverfordwest; or of ME3SRS. EATON EVANS & WILLIAMS, Havcrfordwest, The Vendor's Solicitors. Haverfordwest, 13th September, 1898. PEMBROKESHIRE. TOWN OF HAVERFORDWEST. MESSRS. T. RULE OWEN & SON TTAVE been favoured with instructions to Oi'FER JLL rep SALE BY PtHLic ArcTio? at the CASTLE HOTEL, Haverfordwest, on WEDNESDAY, the 5th day of OCTOBER, 1898, at Three o'clock p.m., all that FREEHOLD RESIDENCE AND CUT-PREMISES, KNOWX AS nO'U-SB, situate in High Street, Haverfordwest, with STABLES and GARDEN in HILL LAXE, all in the occupation of Dr. E. P. Phillips as yearly tenant, at the rent of .€40. The House comprises Underground Kitcheu, Pantries, Area and Entrance; on Ground Floor, Surgery, Hall, Pantry, and Dining Room on First Floor, Drawing Room, Smoke Room, Bedroom, W.C. on Second Floor, 3 Bedrooms, W.C.; with good Attics over. There is a Back-yard with Coal and Wood Houses, also a large Room, formerly used as a Surgery with Loft over Steps lead up to Garden and to Stables, which comprise large Loose Box and one Stall, Saddle Room, Yard, Privy, and Hay and Corn Lofts with entrance to Hill Lane. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, Haverfordwest; to MAjop WvxxE, Estate OHices' Pembroke or to MR. MORGAN RICHARDSON, Cardigan, 763 Solicitor to the Vendor. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY. MR. W. REES CARVER FT AS been instructed to offer for SALE av Prune L J- ArcTioN, at the GROVE HOTEL, ST. DAvm's, about the end of September, the desirable FARM of UPPER B'ARGT.rm'n situate in the Parish of St. David's, and now in the occupation of Mr J. M. Owen as yearly tenant. Further particulars will appear in detailed adver- tisements, and in the meantime information may be obtained of Mr R. L. FrLi-oRD, Solicitor, 36, Theo- balds Road, Gray's Inn, London; Mr JAs. TiioMAS, Estate Agent, H, Victoria Place, Haverfordwest; and of the Auctioneer. Aug. 29th, 1898. 735 WANTED-APPRENTICES and IMPROVERS to \W A/ the DR_ESSMAKlNG.-ApplyDAYlEa & EvAXS, High Street. t741 tJOUSE TO LET-a Dwelling House in Quay Street HOUSE Tù LET-a Dwellin House in Quay Street H," ,????. I??gs and Low Rent. — Apply H," OiHce of this Paper. 6M. -T-0 LET on the 29th inst., No. < ALBION TERRACE, ) now in the occupation of Mrs Vaughan Jamea.— Apply to ISAAC YOU.YG, Merchant, Haverfordwest. 7.52 To LET, SEPTEMBER 29th, DEER PARK LODGE, ) Portheld Gate, Good House and Garden.—Apply to Mr J. H. WILLIAMS, Springfield House, Haverfordwest. o [742 To BE LET at MICHAELMAS NEXT, a SMALL t HOLDING, sutHcient to keep Three Cows and Half-doxen bheep. For full particulars apply to the Office of this Paper. -T*0 BE LET at Michaelmas to a Blacksmith, a SHOP ) HOUSE AND LAND, called Diprv GATE, in the Parish of Roch.—Apply to MRS. STOKES, Cuff era, Roeh. 739 rp0 BE LET, with immediate possession, HOUSE and GARDEN at PRENDERGAST HILL.— Apply Mrs E. R. Lswis, The New Bridge, Haver. fordwest. HOUSE TO LET. To LET at Michaelmas, No. 11, Hill Street, recently t put in thorough repair.—Apply W H REYNOLDS. Cabinet maker, 729 HOUSE TO LET. COMMODIOUS HOUSE AND SHOP to Let in ? RuTHER LANE, immediate possession.—Apply WILLIAM MORGAN, Contractor, Haverfordwest. 706 -rO BE LET at Michaelmas next, a Small DAIRY t FARM (consisting of about 22 Acres) together with HOUSE AND GARDEN, situate at the OBSERVATORY, Hakin, and now in the occupation of Mr James Owen._ For further particulars apply to Mr J. T. Ll. Pninr DAVIES, Observatory Hall, Milford Haven. 720 TO LET. NEAR FISHGUARD, PEMBROKE. SHIRE. rr?HAT very desirable COUNTRY RESIDENCE JL called "CARNE" situate about H miles from Goodwick, and two miles from Fishp:uard, -with a magni- ficient view of Goodwick Hay and the surrounding country. The house which has recently been rebuilt is in excellent repair, and faces south- east. There are nrst rate Stables, Saddle Room, Coach House, Kennels, and large walled Garden attached to the house. There are 6S ACRES of PASTURE and ROUGH LAND—which are to let with the house. This house seems particularly adapted to any gentleman who may wi?h to reside in this rapidly improving neighbourhood. The Cdodwick Station of the North Pembrokeshire Railway will be within 1'. miles. Excellent shooting may be obtained in the district and the house is within reach of "The Tivyside and Pembrokeshire Foxhounds." For further particulars apply to W. T. S. TOMBS, Solicitor, 716 Fishguard. BOOMING AHEAD. Thousands Drink it Daily. ANCHOR TEA THE BEST VALUE MONEY CAN BUY. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT. Wholesale Agents- J. & J. P. REYNOLDS, 689 Maverfordwest. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. GWILYM BVANS' QUININE BITTERS. THE VEGETABLE TONIC. la THE BEST REMEDY OF THE AGE FOR WEAKNESS, NERVOUSNESS, INDIGESTION, LOSS OF APPETITE, IMPURE BLOOD, CHEST AFFECTIONS, LOW SPIRITS, INFLUENZA. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. THE VEGETABLE TONIC. Strengthens that part of the &iv? system ?? is weakest or STBr?pTT ?? T ?° weakened by disease, ? w? THE ?? therefore more liable to WEAK. Colds and their attendant ail- ments. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS' GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. THE VEGETABLE TONIC. S? the Blood and Stimulate. H? EA? LTH the Citation, Assists and Pro. "l ? ?Ap ?e?' ?——— SICK. the Appetite. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS THE VEGETABLE TONIC. Braces the Nerves and Porting the Muscles, Rouses the Sluggish ENJOYMENT Liver, and thus Enlivens the IN LIFE Spirits Removes all Impurities To ALL and Obstructions from the Human Body, and gives tone to the whole System. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS THE VEGETABLE TONIC. Purely Vegetable, and suitable to RECOMMENDED all ages, from the infant to the BY adult, and confidently recom- PHYSiciANs, mended to those who have to ANALYSTS, devote themselves to study and AND brain work, and all who work CHEMISTS. long hours in close rooms. GWILYN EVANS' QUININE BITTERS GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS THE VEGETABLE TONIC. HIGHLY Conndently recommended to those HIGHLY ?"° breathe impure air and all PRAISED ?° -? to stand exposure of the BY PEOPLE weather. If given a fair trial of s; AS ? emcacy and merit, unanimously O/TII:E neclared to be the Best Remedy of OF LIFE. the Age. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS THE VEGETABLE TONIC. In bottles, 2s. 9d. and 4s. 6d. each. or in cases containing three 4e. 6d. Bottles at 12s. 6d. per case. SOLD The Proprietors will forward, EVERYWHERE. carriage free, for the above prices, should any dimculty be experienced in procuring it. BEWARE See the name Gwilym Evans or on Label, Stamp, and Bottle. IMITATIONS. SOLE PROPRIETORS: QUININE BITTERS MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED, LLANELLY, SOUTH WALES. JACKET LOST. ??r??? S?? ??' ??t ? Fortnight aeo, a L. CHILDS CLOTH JACKET. Finder will be rewarded.-Apply Office of this Paper. T??? ? BROAD HAVEN ROAD, a ±J SABLE AND WHITE COLLIE DOG with Leather Collar round neck; answers to the name of -Nosk." The finder will be rewarded on returning same to 12, St. Thomas Green, Haverford- west. F???°? "? ?? ?' ? MERLE SHEEP ) BITCH; owner may have same on payment of expenses.-Apply: DANIEL EDWARDS, Fern Hill. tA/ANTED a GENERAL SERVANT; Housemaid VV kept.-Apply: Mps. COBDEY, The Grange, Stow Park, Newport, Mou. Q?J?? ?ID WANTED ?or North Pem- '?- ? ? ?? ? entire manaS. mmeennt t of Farm House, good wages given to a competent servant.-Apply: ??? OiHce ? t ADIES reauinng Cooks, Housemaids. Parlour- t-. matds, Kitchenmaids, or General Servants can be supplied immediately at THE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, DEW ST WANTED SITUATION AS COOK ? COOK. D- SS??- ?P?-T?E?OYMENTA?CY, DEW STREET. r? B HALL Superinteadent?British?orkmaa?nd ?. Genera! Assurance Company, Limited i?n???? to start an ADDITIONAL AGE?-in ?R? ? MILFOBD HAVEBFOBDWEST, ST. DAVID'S, and ?B?? respectively, on Special Salary and CommissSio? t Good openmg for an energetic, honest man to start in So busmess.-Appty = 20, Princes Street, Pembroke Dock 7? _———??_ HOW TO SAVEMONEY. Yards for B?????? ?. ? for Ils. Patterns and self measurement fo??8 on ?.???'1- s" ?s-' ? FERRETS FOR SALE. A ?n? ? ?RRETS?varranted ?ood worker.. -Apply: T. ??B?, Swan Square, Haver. fordwelit. CHILD'S SADDL? ToiTsALE ? BOY'S PAD, '?) ??? up as new, easily converted forgM, Tower H? ??P'-?PPlyW?R? & Co., Sadd? Tower Hill. FOR SALE S OME very DesiraMe FREEHOLD BUILDING iLOTS at Milford Haven.-Apply-COATES, Le Bon Marche, Milford Haven. 61 NEW HONEY. LJ ONEY in sections for sale a few on hand.—Am)!v'' B. THOMAS, Station Master, Jbhnston. .-==: PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS SITUATIONS VACANT AND WANTED One Insertion. Three Ineerttoo s. d. a. d. 15Wordsorleas.. 09 l a 20 do.10 19 25 do.13 23 30 do.16 29 Particular attention is called to the fact that the a.bOTe scale onty applies to Situations Vacant and Wanted.
I THE TREATMENT OF OUR PAUPERS. We visited the Workhouse the other day, an d was struck with the great Improvements which have taken place in the treatment of our rn-door paupers. It has been pointed out as a remarkable fact that the maintenance of each pauper costs five times as much now than it did in the year the battle of Waterloo was fought. We have progressed in other directions, and why should we stand still in this ? Wo should like to see further con- cessions made to alleviate the pauper's lot, and these could be granted without making our workhouses too comfortable to attract all that numerous class whoso one aim is to get through life doing the smallest quantity of work, and to be fed and clothed by the labour of others. There is, for instance, an opening for reform in the regulations for the separation of husbands and wives, the visits of relatives, and the matter of costume, which would help to soothe the declining years of a class which does not enjoy a superfluity of indulgences. Here is scope for the brightening influences of progress. Crabte, writing not a hundred yeara ago, protested against the needless harshness to which the system of giant pauper institutions seemed to lead and he pleaded for out-door relief in a sentimental strain which would horrify the more stern of our modern race of Guardians "You place the poor," he exclaims, In one house throughout their lives to be, The pauper-palace, whicu.
Envelopes Envelopes! Envelopes !-Now on Sale at the Telegraph Printing Omce, a large quantity of Commercial Envelopes at Is. lid., 2s. 8d., & 3s. 6d. per 1000