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LEs'rABLISHED OVER HALF A CENTURY.] THE ONLY BOOKBINDERS IN TOWN. ALL WORE DONE ON THE PREMISES. JAMES & SON, BOOKBINJJliJRS, BRIDGE STREET, IIA VERFl)nDWET, Beg to inform their Friends and the Public generally that their Business Is nov carried at the above Address, and to solicit a continuance of their kind patronage. Having purchased a new Gold Blocking Machine, together with new pattern Type, J. R. & Son arc now prepared to execute ALL KINDS OF GOLD & SILVER BLOCKING & STAMPING Name or Initials Stamped on Leather Goods in Gold or Silver. GOLD AND SILVER LEAF ALWAYS IN STOCK. BOOKS BOUND IN ALL STYLES OF BINDING AND AT REASONABLE RATES. PORTFOLIOS AND SCRAP BOOKS MADE TO ORDER. SPECIALITIES IN MUSIC. A TRIAL SOLICITED. -¥_ ESTABLISHEEr 1856. ?" PRICE & RUSSELL:J TOWER HILL, HAYERFORDWEST, PAINTERS. GLAZIERS, PAPER HANGERS AND General House Decorators. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NE'W CHEAP PAPERS, FROM 2d. PER PIECE. <JAijL AND SEE THE QUALITY. FULL MEASUREMENT IN EACH ROLL GLASS 2d. PER FOOT. Ø" ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. JOHNSTON BRtCK ?W ORDINARY RED BRICKS, PRESSED FACING BRICKS, BUFFS, FLOORING SQUARES, &c., ALWAYS IN STOCK. For Prices apply to the MANAGER, The Johnston Brick Works, 1513 Haverfordwest, South Wales. TEETH. D9ntal Notice.TEETH. F. O'WBN &: CO., SURGEON DENTISTS, -CAN BE CONSULTED FROM 11 to 5 P.M., AT MISS JOHN, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, 3, Victoria New B14irlge, LVERY FORTNIGHT, Next Visit, SATURDAY, OCT. 22, 1898, And will also attend at Mr. BEVANS, 12a Charles Street,ii11ord Have. c\ery other Tuesday. Next Visit, OCT. 18. And at Mr. APPLEBY'S, Chemist, Neyland, every other Tuesday. CONSULTATION FREE OF CHARGE. Perfection in eating and speaking. 2. Perfectly natural and life-like in appearance. Upper or Lower Set from .E2 l0a. Single 5s. (ESTABLISHED 30 YEARS.) 72, CROCKERTOWN, CARDIFF; 42, QUEEN-STREET, CARDIFF. NOTICE. All letters to be addressed to BRECKNOCK HOUSE, TENBY. 123 T (Late LORD NELSON EOTEL), Wine, Spirit, Ale and Beer Merchant, and Bottler, SIR CHARLES WHETHAM HOTEL, High Street, Pill, Milford Haven. ————— o ————— Agent for Allsopps' <SB Bass' Celebrated Pale and Mild Ales and Stout in Cask or Bottles. LIVERY STABLES: Carriages of every Description. JfiF Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. [2967 MARK. AND < Ks!'i a.M MMM HNw J. REYNOLDS & CO., GLOUCESTER. CUNARD LINE. FIVE AND A THIRD DAY PASSAGES. ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS FROM LIVERPOOL VIA QUEENSTOWN. 1'or NEW YORK. For BosTox. Luc,i,IA S',It., Oct. 15 PAvo-Tit Tues., Oct. 11 ETRUMA.Sat., Oct. 22 CARINTHIA Tues, Oct. IS CAMPAXiA..Sat., Oct. 29 CEniALONiA..Tues., Oct. 2.3 Superior accommodation at moderate tares for First, Second, and Third Class Passengers. Through Booking to China,, Japan, New Zealand, and Australia, also to the United States, including Klondyke, &c. Third Class Passengers by Boston steamers booked to New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore without extra charge. Third Class outnt free. THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIM., 8, Water Street, LivcrpooL on TO THEIR AGENT FRED. W LEWIS, Telegraph OSice, 2817 Haverfordwoar. NEW BRISTOL STEAMER. THE WATERFORD STEAMSHIP COM- PANY'S LIMITED, iiew and Powerful Passenger and Cargo Steamer' Nenapia, 1,000 tons, Or other vessel is intended to sail fro- BRISTOL every FRIDAY carrying cargo for HAVERFORD- WEST, MILFORD, NEW MILFORD, PEM. BROKE DOCK, PEMBROKE, TENBY, &c. From Cumberland Basin. Bristol :— (Calling at Teuby aud Pembroke Dock. Thursday. Sept. 1- 6.0 p.m. Friday 9 12-0 noon. Friday „ ?16 ?0 p.m. Friday 16 5.0 p.m. Friday 2? 10.0 a.m. *Thllrsjay x 29 5.0 p.m. *Via. Tenby, Pembroke Dock and Newport. Goods received in Bristol every Thursday at load. ing berth, City Q,uav, Welsh Back. No Cargo re- ceived at Cumberland Basin. Goods for Haverfordwest, Pembroke, Pembroke Dock, New Milford and Milford are transhipped into lighters at Milford Haven, and are conveyed to destination at Company's Expence, but entirely at Owner's risk. N.B.—AU Empties crrried free must be distinctly understood to be conveyed solely at Owner's Risk, unless Freight be paid on same. To ensure shipment Goods must b alongside steamer at City Quay, Bristol, at least three hours before advertised titna of sailing. Goods Shipped by this Company's Steamers are received subject to conditions on their Genera) Notices to be seen at their oSces. Information as to Insurance of Goods and further particulars and conditions of carriage can be obtained on application at the Company's Offices. Agent— F. J. SELLICK, 536 Milford Haven. BACONLIN E. OCT. 1898. The undermentioned Steamers will sail (unless pre- vented by any unforeseen circumstance) with or without Pilots and with liberty to toiv. DIRECT STEAM COMMUNICATION between the following ports as under THE S.S. "TALBOT," (or other suitable Pi-o??t Bristol for MilIord (With liberty to call at any port in Bristol Channel) Oct. o clock Oct. o'clock Tuesday 4 7 night Tuesday 18 G night Tuesday 11 12 night ) Tuesday 2J 12 night From bliltord /or Liverpool. Oct. o'clock Oct. o'clock Wednesday 5 7 morn Wednesday 19 6 morn Wednesday 12 12 noon Wednesday 26 12 noon The b.S. SUNLIGHT," (or other suitable vessel). f(rom Liverpool for Milford and <S'W<t?!MC[. Oct. o'clock. Oct. o'clock Saturday 1 10 night Saturday I:) 9 night Saturday 8 4 after Saturday 22 4 after i Saturday 29 9 night .Fyont 3.ft/o!'d /or Swansea. Oct. o'clock. Oct. o'clock Sunday 2 2 after Sunday 16 3 after Sunday 9 10 mom Sunday 23 10 mom ) Sunday 30 3 after The Steam Barges "Carew" and "Cleddau," are Intended to ply on Milford Haven, in connection with the above Steamers carrying Goods to and from Pem- broke Dock, Haverfordwest, and he adjacent towns, and will deliver to such towns nrst, as may be deemed most expedient.! FARES:— Cabin. Deck. Liverpool to Milford. 12s. 6d. 6s. No Passengers carried to or from Bristol this month or to Liverpool. Loading Berth at Liverpool-East side Nelson Dock. NOTICE:—The landing and embarcation of Goods or Passengers at Milford, by whatever conveyance, whether at the expense of the Steamer or otherwise, and whether loaded into Barges and transhipped from one Barge to another, is at the risk of tne Passengers and the owners of the Goods respectively. For further particulars see small bills, or apply to John Bacon, Limited, 3 & 4, Oriel Chambers, 14, Water- street, Liverpool John Bacon Lmtd Bristol John Bacon Limited, Swansea; Simpson, Howden & Co., Manchester. JOHN PHILLIPS Agent, Milford. T A S IK IE R'S High School for Girls, HAVERFORDWEST. Headmist1.css :-MISS WADDY, B.A. (Assisted by Highly Qualified Mistresses) -Fees—Pupils under 12, .€1 Os Od per Term. Pupils over 12, X I 6s 8d per Term. The HEADMISTRESS will supply a.11 Information relative to Boarding Arrangements for Country Pupils, also as to extra Subjects, the Annual Free Scholarships offered, and other Details, or application may be made to MR J. W. PHILLIPS, Solicitor, Tower Hill, Clerk to the Governors. PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG CHILDREN. HILL LANE, HAVERFORDWEST (Next door to Mr Munt's). Miss Skinner QEGSto inform Parents and Guardians of Children B that she conducts a School at the above address, where she is prepared to receive a limited number of Scholars of either sex, and to prepare them for admission to the Taskers High School for Girls, or to the other Schools for Boys, and also for Trinity College. WOMEN'E; AILMENTS A Lady, having tried in vaiu every advertertised remedy has at last discovered a simple and harmless cure, which will act in a few hours, no matter how stubborn the case. GENUINE SUFFERERS can obtain it FREE of charge by sending stamped addressed envelope. Don't experiment with PILLS, MIXTURES, CONES, TABLETS, and other worth- less and injurious nostrums, which only cause pain, purging, and prostration, without having the desired result. The advertiser has never known her cure to fail. Thousands have been restored to health and happiness by it, and saved much misery and disappointment, though for weeks and weeks other preparations had previously been taken without any good results. A poor sufferer writ&a DEAR MADAM,—Your wonderful discovery will come as a boon and blessing to us poor folks, who can ill afford to pay for costly remedies, which prove quite useless after all.—Mns DAiiAvix" Bona fi(le fufEerers should send without delay. Write with full hope, faith and confidence to MRS G. N. ST. CLATR, 46, Southampton Buildings, London, W.C. WOMEN'S AILMENTS 609 QTlOntY COBMMT ALL IMH:GCLABn'nSS,BEN'OVB AH. and the distre8sing Symptoms so pr<t'a!<ttw[<h the *< Boxes, 9 (contains three j timea the quantity), of a.U Chemista. Sent unywhero t on receipt of 15 or 34 stamps, by E. T. TOWLE <t Co., Manufacturers, Dryden St., Nottingham. :>> 'æ-I?"="=- f c- CORN The very Choicest Flour made in South Wales comes from the above Mills. All the principal Flour Dealers stock it. Ask for Weaver & Co.'a Celebrated EXTRAS and REDTIE, and see that you get them. Gwneir y FRwr goreu yn Neheudir Cymru yn y Felin uchod, a chedwir ef mown stoc !gan yr holl brif siopwyr. Gofynwch am EXTRAS a REDTIE o wneuthuriad Weaver & Co., Ld., a gofalwch eich bod yn ei cael. Os a,m 'Filwr i wneyd teisenau, Wea.ver'8 Extraa yw y goreu Ac am dorth o Has godidog, Weaver's Redtie sydd yn enwog; Tra, am fara rhad, iachusol, Mae Weaver's Fines yn anghydma.rol. TARONWY. T JAMES, Wholesale and Family Wine and Spirit Merchant, SPRING GARDENS BREWERY, H AVE R FOR DWEST. The Largest and Choicest Stock of Old Wines and Spirits in the District. A Large Selection of the Finest Old Irish and Scotch Whiskeys, thoroughly matured, in- cluding "John Jameson's," "Geo. Roes's," "Falkner's," 'Tobermory," "Old Mull Blend," "Buchanan's House of Commons," "Uam Var," "Teacher's," "Groenleos, &c Also Canadian Club, 1887 make, and Welsh Whiskey—original distilling. Agent for Allsopps" Bass" Anglo-Bavarian', Devenish's, Guinness' Alea and Stouts in Casks (from 4t gals ) and Bottles. Schweppes' Mineral Waters at lowest prices. Burgoyne's Australian Wines, Hennessoy's and Martell's Brandies, and Kuyper's Geneva at lowest Market Prices. ————— COMPLETE PRICE LISTS AND SAMPLES FREE ON APPLICATION. "HUMBER" CYCLES Possess the Real Charm of Perfection I iW RIDDEN BY ROYALTY THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. To say all that it is necessary to say in eulogy of the modern cycle; to give a succinct and an accurate synonym of grace, ease of propulsion, and excellence of workmanship and design, that world's records have time after time fallen to their lot; In short, to sum up In one word the highest attributes that a Cycle can possibly possess, it is only necessary to breathe one magic name, and that a "HUMBER." ?? ? buys a Lady's or Gent's Eumber," specially built for Pembrokeshire roads, ntted ? ? ? with Silver-Plated Lense Lamp, Bell, Valise, and all accessories for touring. J. J. SWEENEY, (CERTIFICATED AQENT), HAVERFORDWEST CYCLE DEPOT. JAMES WILLIAMS, 13 U I LD IS R and C ONTRAC T OR, PRIORY STREET, MILFORD T=3:-A. VEN- Estimates for all kinds of Alterations and Repairs furnished on application 27 ? ?mm These remedies have stood the test of upwards of :P r2 W -5r 3M A. T?.j AND ARE PRONOUNCED THE BEST MEDICINES; FOR FAMILY USE. THE PILLS purify the Blood, correct all disorders of the LIVER, STOMACH, KJP.EYS and BOWELS, and are invaluable in all complaints incidental to THE OINTMENT is the most reliable remedy for BAD LEGS, SORES, ULCERS, AND OLD WOUNDS. For Colds, Coughs; Sore Throats, Bronchitis, Gout, Rheumatism, Glandular Swellings, and all Skin Diseases it has no equal. Manufactured only at 78, NEW OXFORD STREET, LvDON, And Sold by all j[dicine Vendors tkroughout tlæ trorM. Advice Gr&tia, at the above address. daily, between the hours of 11 and 4, or by lattzr- ESTABLISHED HAL -V A CENTURY (LATE GREEN & JOHN), WHOLESALE AND RETAtL GROCER CORN, FLOuK, AND PROVISION MERCHANT N ? M?o?cfe?? MeefFo?o? !) 0 1 ????E???HTi ??Bt&.s ? i ??Jbrin iLiS ?& <a — !?! 9 For Bilious and Nervons Disorders, such as Wind @ and Pain in the Stomach, Sick Headache, Giddi- ? ness, Fulness and SweUing after meals, Dizziness gg S and Drowsiness, Cold Chills, Flushings of Heat, ? H Loss of Appetite, Shortness of Breath, Costive. ? g ness, Blotches on the Skin, Disturbed Sleep, p! B Frightful Dreams, and all Nervous and Trembling [? Sensations, &c. THE FiRST DOSE W<LL CtVE Sensations. TWENTY MtMUTES. This is no fiction. ? REUEFt? Every sufferer is earnestly invited to try one Box ? of these Pills, and they wiU be Mknow- M ledged to be ? t WorthaCMsneaaBox a BBECHAM'S PILLS tak-a as directed, 0 will quickly restore Females t? complete health. — They promptly remove any obstruction or irre?u- nja ? larity ot the system. For a ? Weak Stomach, g Impaired D!gestion, $ M Disordered Ltver, a B N M they act like maj?!c—a few doses will work gB tN wouders upon the Vital Organs; Strengthening @ *? the muscular System, restoring the long-lost ? Complexion, bringing back the keen edge of A ? appetite, and arousing with the Rosebud of Health the whole physical energy of the — j)t human frame. These ar ?f??tltnergy of tohef I thousands, in all classes of society, and one of the M M best guarantees to the Nervous <md Debilitated is )t N that CffCM? ? MUL? ?<? ?e N M ?a?e? ?aFe ef«? ?<t?H? Mw<Mc/<t? /<t <Xe Mfor/tf. — Prepay on/y &y ? ? THOMA$ BEECHAM, ST. HELENS, LAMCS. B I Sold everywhere in Boxes 11? & 2? each. GLEN STUART WHISKY FINEST PROCURABLE. (See emInentjAnaIytical a.ndjMedica.I Reports). 3/6 per Botdc. I C li L A W H I S K ?ORG? pA TMEF S Soo 20/- per Gallon. PROPRIETORS— GEORGE PALMER & SON, WINE MERCHANTS, HAVERFORDWEST. 674 ICES! I"CES! ICES ALL CYCLISTS AND OTHERS would do well to cull and try our Ices, Iced Drinks, &c., if they want to be thoroughly refreshed this warm weather. M. A. BUTLER, Confectioner & Refreshment Rooms, &c., BRIDGE STREET, HAVERFORDwissT. Accommodation for CycHsts. Note the Address- Opposite CYCLE DEPOT. FOR BEST ————— T?T ?A?TLi 'T? NjLW??c???&?? jt? AND -m ? t ? M ?"? T?m- ? .f—? ?]NE?*nEML?.????I??? ??M]<hEoEt "'?(r?Ea!t?}MB GO TO GEORGE PALMER & SON, HAYERFORDWEST. 616 IMPORTANT. Before exchanging yonr Sewing Machines for new ones take them to -w_ S AGEXT FOR BRADBURY & Co.'s Sewing Machines, Cycles, and Bassinettes. Every description of Sewing Machine Cleaned, Repaired and Readjusted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Any Make of Sewing Machines beyond Repair exchanged; full value allowed. A TRIAL SOLICITED. PLEASE NOTE THE ADDRESS- OLD BRIDGE, (Opposite Mr BIa.nd's Carnage Works), HAVERFORDWEST. Also at Pembroke Dock Market—Fridays. 335 v'J?M% 3??TS?ST???fs'y H&gro" a CLEANSER. A?T.A Destroys Nits, &c., and makes ChUdren'a mt&E? Hair grow Beauttful. Cur!y, Soft and Strong. NpaS?? A lt).dy writes, I h&ve used HAGON S Cleaniier for the ..t 10 years for my girls, and they now hava ??ji?j?' Beautiful Gbtden Hair in gre?t ?bund&noe." ?oM b most Ch<'misfl,aIu! anv Chf'milt willoù/ai" it;fcuktd, tyin"i,t ?n HAG-8,' n?thi,,g ele 1/4. w,,A; a??<Sn?M? ?So? Maker, HAGON, Chemist, CARDIFF_ ? ? ,——? HA(O Chemist CARDIFF. REGISTRY OFFICE FOR SERVANTS Mrs. Roberts ELM COTTAGE, CITY ROAD, HAVER- FORDWEST, Has generally on her Books vacancies aud Applicatius, for j COOKI, HOUSEMAIDS, PARLOURMAIDS, SCULLERYM:AID3, NURSES, GEERAL"&, TheHaverfordwestand Milford Haven Telegraph < ? now on SALE, dircctty attcr PubHcatiou ? at Mpsers. W. H. SMITH & SONS. Now MHford Pembroke Dock, nd at E. J. W RIGHTS', 2, Ditaood- et, Pembroke-dock. J. LLEWELLYN DAYIE8, A UCTI0NEER APPRAISER A ceo U1\7TAN7. AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. OFFICES: &fARINERS SQUARE. HAVERFORDWEST HAKIN. MILFORD BLAVEN ValuatlOlIs M!<?f/e onllode,.atc 7cr/S. SALES GUARANTEED IF REQUIRED. Clients Settled witlt. 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. Handy at In-door Woik. Served 18 years in the Pembrokeshire Constabulary. Good Character. APPLY: 8, QROVE PLACE, St. Thomas' Green. E. J. MAY, ENGLISH & FOREIGN FRUITERER, FISH GAME AND RABBIT DEALER, HIGH STREET AND CARTLBTT, HAVERFORDWEST, Ha.a now taken LARGER AND MORE COM MODIOUS PREMISES IN HIGH STREET opposite London and Provincial Bank While this addition been '"ade principally to hare more cen <!re position for the convenience of town customers, it vM also enable her to keep a larger and more varied Stock of everything pertaining to the Business, so that the re- quirements of County Gentry and others will be fuMy met. MRS. COLLINS THOMAS, REGISTRY AXD EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, DEW STREET, HAVERFORDWEST. THE OLDEST BILLPOSTER IN TOWN RICHARD HARRIES, B!LL POSTER, 14" Saint Tholnas Gree1, HAVERFORDWEST, TN thanking the Public generally for the liberal JL patronage he has received in the past, begs to inform them that he has spared no expense in order to erect EXTENSIVE HOARDINGS FOR SPECIAL BILL POSTING in the most prominent parta of the Town, and wjn continue to make additions to thorn from time to time. All Bills received up to 12 o'clock noon posted the same day. Ordera by Post promptly attended to. Circulars faithfully delivered. WILLIAM JONES, AUCTIONEER, ACCOUNTANT and COMMISSION AGENT, 40, HIGH STREET, HAVERFORDWEST SALES GUARANTEED IF REQUIRED. DEBTS COLLECTED ACCOUNTS AUDITED AND BALANCED. Estate Legacy and Succession Duty Accounts pro* pared for Somerset House. Agent for Law Uuion and Crown Fire and Life Insur. ance Compy. Founded 1825. Agent for— THE SICS.NESS AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE OFFICES. MR5. COLE, at the suggestion of several Ladies, has OPENED A Registry ORIco for Servants AT CARTLETT. :(OPPOSlTE THE QUEEN'S HOTEL.) Ladies requiring Servants or Servants wanting PI&cea, will receive every attention. A CALL WILL OBLIGE. 2541 THE TAUNTON AND WEST OF ENGLAND PERPETUAL Bene&t Building Society. ESTABLISHED 1857. HEAD OFricEs 3, HAMMET STRFET, TAUNTON Secretary: MR. ALBERT GooDMAN. QUMS OF MONEY are ready to be advanced o:n ? security of any description of REAL PROPERTY. HOUSES or LAND (freehold, lease. hold or copyhold), ou the moat equitable tenna. The principal and interest repayable by Monthly Instalments. Subscription Investing Shares, and Fully paid-up Shares issued. Deposits received at Interest, 4 per cent. per annum. Prospectuses, or any further particulars, may be obtained on application to the SECRETARY, aa above, or to MR. JAMES WILLIAMS, Priory Street, Milford Haven, 3094 Agent of the Society. Pink !ron PtLL<S STRONGLY RECOMMENDED FOR Anaemia, Paleness & general !mpoverishment of the Btood. ?- These PILLS strengthen the System, enrich the Blood, and soon bring back a healthy Colour to the face. !n Bottles of One Gross, lod., or witt be sent post free to any Address for ts. J. D= HARRIES, MANUFACTURING CHEMIST, HAMILTON TERRACE, MILFORD HAVEN. EVERY MAN BUFFERING from NERVOUS AND PHYSICAL ? DEBILITY should send for a. va.Iua.ble pamphlet explaining how a.ll nervous and organic deransementa may be successfully treated without stomach medication. The method is easy and pleasant, and will effect a perfect aud permanent cure. Sent sealed, Post Free.—Address, E. NORTON, 59 & 60, CHANCERY LANE, LONDON, W.C. Established 30 Years.. 2837 BARNES' FEMALE PILLS. r'OR FEMALES OF ALL AGES these Pills are m- < valuable, as a few doses of them carry off qH humours and bring about all that is required. There is no Medicine to be found equal to BARXES' FEMALp PILLS for Removing any Obstruction or the System. Boxes 2s. 9d. and 4s. 6d. Post free on receipt of stamps or P.O. s BARNES & Co., 48, Lousdale Square, London, N. f566