MONEY FOR INVESTMENT.. -62000 And other sums of Money for Invest- x 10 0 0 ?snt on nrst Mortgage of Freehold ?rb t i 1U?Ur?U ? Property. X 800 Apply to— ( e¡;, MR COLI REES DAVIES, X 500 Solicitor, i Haverfordwest, St. David's, and Milford Haven. 793 GENT'S TAILORING j AND Complete Outfitting Establishment, LONDON HOUSE, High Street, Haverfordwost. T. G. BIRCH BEGS reapectfttlly to ad vise his kind patrons, of his return from the London Markets, and West of England Manu- j facturers, after having duly noted all Fashioa. Changes, and would intimate that his pur- chases in all departments have been made before the continuing rise in prices since the close of disturbing Wars, Strikes, &c. In order to secure full advantage I would request the favour of an early call. Orders can be placed in advance for the Autumn and Winter Seasons. Please accept his best thanks for past iavours and kind recommendations. MANY A LEARNED DR. has written on the importance of avoiding Winter chills. The best preventative is editable underwear and certainly Dr. THOMALLA'S celebrated sooda appear to be perfect for the purpose. They are double Texture, and the inner one being non-absorbent, they fulnl 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 AVool, 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 & DAWKINS, Haverfordwest. BOOMING AHEAD. Thousands Drink it DaHy. THE BEST VALUE MONEY CAN BUY. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT. Wholesale Agents — J. & J. P. REYNOLDS, 6M Haverfordwest. '?' ? C- ? ???"? i '< t i f ?t'-rr-. S /? 5 ?m ? °* '— ? ——— ? ?j .? ? jj?. W IN THE MAKING OF JAM, and the Preserving of Fruits in general, every house- wife is wet! aware of the fa 't that <h(. satisfactoriness of the result of her labours mu't depend to n large degree upon the qua'try of the Sugar which she uses. At cue t)me the cost of the necessary Sugar formed a much more considerable item in the total outlay than it does to-dny. Competition and other causea httve brought down the ptice of re"Ily good Sugar to a figure at which om; grandmothers would certainly have stared in wonderment. While Fruit is cheap, you can get Sugar cheaply tit the pame time by buying it at REYxoLM's. This, though only 2d. per Ib., is of a quality that can leave nothing to be desired. Special quotations given for original packages con- taining 112 lbs. J. & J. P. REYNOLDS'S, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL G ROGERS, ? HlQH STREET, and SALUTATION SQUARE. Perfection of Blended Whisky. '-Lancet. .EXCELSIOR SCOTCH WHISKY. We ha.veexH.mincft analytically this hiend of Scotch Whisky, and find it to be ullui'ually pure, of excellent Savour, and well matured. Recommended with confi- dence as a safe and pj.l.ita.ble stimuln.ut for the sick and convalescent." Pmct-it i OiU'O', Edited by T. LAUDE BBUtrroy, M D., LL.D., &c. Awarded Diploma—Highest Award- Cardiff Exhibition. Awarded Gold Mcda! Intcrnationa! Exhibition, Bordeaux, 1896. SOLE PROPRIETORS— MARGRAVE BROS., LLANELLY. PmCE LiSTS FREE 0:-< AprncATION. Recommended with confi¡knee as a Stunuta.nt for Sick and CoavnJescent."—LoMdou p,.actttwner. 195 Y I S? T 0 R S TO LONDON wir.L n'<)) A HOME FROM HOME, AT 2, EASTBOURNE TERRACE, OPPOSITE rADDINGTON STATION. Bed & Breakfast from 3/6 per day. ..3U!\CS for all parts pass the door, and Station of. Metropolitan Railway within 100 yards of Houac.. DAN LESTER/ WHOLESALE Fish and Ice Merchant, MILFORD HAVEN. All Order8 (large or snzallj promptllJ execu ted. TELEGRAMS:—LESTER, MILFORD HAVEN. 748 Freemantle & Sons, WHOLESALE & RETAIL POULTRY FARMERS DEPOT.— 20, ROBERT ST., MILFORD HAVEN. DAILY SUPPLY OF NEW LAID EGGS. SMART PONY AND TRAP FOR HIRE FISH! FISH! THE DIRECT FISH SUPPLY Co., MILFORD HAVEN, Forward Baskets of Fresh Fish, carnage paid, to any part of the United Kingdom, in quantities to suit the requirements of their customers, ranging from 2s. 3d. per basket. Special terms made with Hotels, Clubs, Institutions, &c. AM Fish guaranteed absolutely fresh, and cleaned by thoroughly practical men. All parcels despatched per nrst passenger train after receipt of order. Please note only Address- J. T. HILL, Milford Haven. 787 WHITLAND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. THIS SOCIETY WILL HOLD THEIB FOURTH ANNUAL SHOW OF CATTLE, HORSES9 .SHEEP & PtQS, Dairy & Garden Produce, Green Crops, Dogs, &c., On Thursday, Oct. 27, 1898. For Schedules of Prizes, &c., apply to B. T. DAVIES, Waungron. SPECIAL IT IES ESSENTIAL TO THE HOUSEHOLDS 01 THE KING, PEER AND PEASANT. f?ATT? IMPROVED DIGESTIVE, ??? i -1-? )? SELF-RAISING FLOUR, eminently suitable and used by m?'ny for Bread, Pastry, Puddings, Pies, and Cakes of every description. Per Ib. 2d. fIf?ATP? "CHAMPION BAKING CO-ITE9S POWDER" is absolutely Pure, therefore Best, the most economical hi use, being stronger than most Bakiug Powders on the market. Packets, Id. f!f)ATF\? CHAMPION EGG I ???????? ? POWDER, saves Egga, aud makes Light, Rich, Delicious, and easily digested Cakes, Puddings. Scoues, and other daintier in Penny Packets. ??A?rt?Q IMPERIAL NURSERY ?????)0 BISCUITS are invaluable alike for the Nursery aud the Invalid, for by the care in and method of their manu- facture they are very nourish- ing and digestab'e, the large quantity constantly sold speaks for their excellence and purity. In Bags, 3d. per Bag. The QUALITY of ??? „ SPECIALITIES is un- surpassed by anything of their kind on the market, being the outcome of 2.) y,-ars practical experience, guaranteed manufactured from the nnest and purest ingredients only and abso- lutely free from Alum. £20 will be given to anyone proving this assertion in- correct. Small Orders despatched by Parcel Pot upon receipt of Stamps or Postal Note to cover same. Special terms to lurge users. Wholesale terms upon application. COATE'S, MiLFORD HAVEN. I .-«- U-MBREiiAS-RE-CO-VERED ?JpM?? ? ? DEStDERATUM SILK—WEAR r GUARANTEED—COMPENSATiu? jN CASE OF FAILURE. And in all other kinds of Silk, by our London Maker in 48 hours.. W. PAGE, Milford IIa.ven; J. D. HERBERT, New MUford: G. H. BiDDLECOMBE, Neylaiid. 807 '??C?? J?\ n ? ? MONUMENTS, TOMBS, CROSSES, HEADSTONES, ARTIFICIAL WREATHS, &c W. J. COLE7 MONUMENTALIST, &c., Molds an uucquaHcd stock of an kiuds of Mcrnoria in :Marblc, Gnuutc, and Forest Stoue. Cnarautced Uigher Class Work, at. lower Puces, tinm supplied auywhcre iu the- County. Just arrived, Grand New Stock of ARTIFICIAL WREATHS. Prices very low. SPLENDID LOT OF WREATHS TO BE GIVE AWAY FR!.E. (Write for Pnr- hculara.) ALL MEMORFALS SENT CARRIAGE PAID. Enquiries iu-.itpd to W. J. COLE, 18, Commerc!a! Row, Pembroke Dock tt OUSE TO LET ?t Merliu's Tormce, in this town, )) Immediate Possession may be had. App)y: G. J. TREW, High Street, Haverfordwcst. 3.S8 MRS. ANNE GRIFFITHS, DECEASED. A LL persons having CLAIMS against the Estate A of MRS ANNE GRIFFITHS, late of 5, HiGH STREET, HAVERFORDWEST, are requested to send particulars to MESSRS. ROOKE & MACDONALD 37, Gay Street, 803 Bath. SALES BY WILLIAM JONES, AUCTIONEER. On Thursday, October 13th, at JOHNSTON, Cattle, Hay, Dairy Utensils and Furniture, the property of MR WM. MORGANS. On Monday, l October 17th, at SUTLAND COTTAGE, Little Haven, Household Furniture, and other effects. About the same date, a Leasehold Dwelling-house and Large Garden at CLARBESTON ROAD, held for the unexpired term of 47 years, from Michaelmas, 1898, let to Mrs Scourneld. On Thursday, October 27th, at POYSTON HOUSE, Jersey Cattle, Mare, Pigs, Traps, and valuable Household Furniture, the property of the REVD. W. H. WALTERS. 40, High Street, Haverfordwest, August 31st, 1898. PARISH OF JOHNSTON. Unreserved sale of Dairy Cows, Calves, 3-year- old Cob, Hay, Implements, Smith's plant, Dairy and Brewing Utensils, &c. MR WILLIAM JONES TJAS been instructed by MR WM. MORGAN, JLjL Farmer and Blacksmith, (who is leaving) to SELL BY PuBLic AUCTION at JOHNSTON, (about one quarter of a mile from the Great Western Railway Station), on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13th, 1898, as above mentioned. Full particulars on placards. Sale to commence at one o'clock. Three months' credit subject to conditions. 40, High Street, Haverfordwest, October 5th, 1898. PARISH OF WALTON WEST. Ready-Money Sale of Household Furniture and other Effects. Ml. WILLIAM JONES T"TAS been instructed by TuE OpriciAL RECEIVER JH IN BANKRUPTCY, to SELL BY AUCTION at SUTLAND COTTAGE, Little Haven, on MoxuAY, OCTOBER 17th, 1898, the whole of the HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE and other ESects, compris- ing :—Dining Room Suite covered in Cretonne, con- sisting of Couch and 6 Chairs. Mahogany CheBioncer, Mahogany Pembroke, Loo and other Tables, 4 Iron Bedsteads with Brass Rails, Spring, Hair, and Woo! Mattresses, Palliasses, Chest of Drawers, Mahogany and other Washstands, Toilet Sets, Dressing Tables, Toilet Glasses, Towel Rails, Wicker. Folding, Cane. seated, Windsor and other Chairs, Fenders and Fire Implements. Pictures, Ornaments, Galvanized Iron Shed. Cliff Steps, Garden Seat, together with the usual KITCHEN FURNITURE and UTENSILS, and other ESecta not mentioned. Sale to commence at 1.30 o'clock. Purchase Money to be paid at the time of Sale. 40, High Street, Haverfordwest, October 6th, 1898. POYSTON HOUSE, WITHIN TWO MILES OF HAVERFORDWEST. Highly Important Clear-out Sale of Pedigree Jersey Cattle, Carriage Mare, Pigs, Ha,y, Carriages, Harness, excellent Household Furniture, and other effects. MH. WILLIAM JONES ) t AS been instructed by the Rev. W. H. WALTERS n (who is leaving), to SELL BY AUCTION, at the above place, on THURSDAY, 27TH day of OCTOBER, 1S98, the whole of the LIVE STOCK, CROPS OF HAY, CARRIAGES, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and other Effects, comprising— STOCK AND CROP.-T%o pedigree Jersey Cows, one recently calved and the other to calve about the date of the Sale, 2 do. two-year-old Incalf Heifers, nrst-class Carriage Mare, stinted to Utility," Pedigree Yorkshire Sow in farrow, one fat Berkshire Pig, and 1 Butt of Hay. CARRIAGES, HARNESS, IMPLEMENTS, &C.—Dog Cart, Governess Car, Set of full-size Silver-plated Gig Har- ness, Set Brass-Mounted ditto, Set Brass-mounted Pony Harness, Riding Saddles, Pilch, Riding Bridles, Cha.H- cutter, Lawn Mower, Do. Roller, Pigs' Troughs, Wheel- barrow, Croquet Set, Garden Tools, Galvanized Iron, Arc., &c. HALL. STAIRCASE AND LANDINGS.—Bamboo Hat and Umbrella Stand, four Oak Chairs, Weather Glass, Limps, Oil Paintings, Pictures, Carpets, Linoleum, Mats, &c. DiNiNG ROOM.—A very handsome 0:),k Dining Room Suite upholstered in saddle bags, consisting of Couch, 2 Easy and 1 dozen Ordinary Chairs, Oak Dining Table with patent screws and three extra leaves, Oak do. with one extra leaf. snnerb Oak Sideboard. Fenders an d Fire implements, Pictures, DRAWING RoOM.—Neat Walnut Suite upholstered in Tapestry, consisting of Settee, Easy and Ordinary Chairs, Occasional Chairs, Fancy and other Tables, Canterbury, large Pier Glass with Gilt Frame, Walnut Overmantel with bevelled plate glass, Pictures, Ornaments, Carpets, &c. BEDROOMS.—Eight in number, include a very superior Walnut Bedroom Suite, consisting of large Wardrobe with plate-glass front, Washstaud with Marble top, Dressing Chest of Drawers with Swing Toilet Glass at- tached, Towel Rail and 3 Chairs, all Brass and Iron and Brass Bedsteads, Iron Crib do., Spring, Hair, and Wool Mattresses, Pillows, Bolsters, Quilts, and Bed Linen, Wardrobe, Mahogany, Birch and other Chests of Drawers, Marble-top and other Washstands, Single and Double Toilet Fittings, Dressing Tables, Toilet Glasses, Basketed and Cane-seated Chairs, Ottoman, Bath, Car- pets, Rugs, Curtains, Pictures, &c., &c. DAIRY, KiTCHEX, AND PANTRY include Chum, Milk- pans and Frames, Cream-pots, Dresser and Ware, Mangle, Dinner and Tea Services, and other articles not mentioned. Luncheon on the Table at 11.30 o'clock. Sale to commence at 12.30 o'clock punctually, as the whole must be disposed of iu one day. Three Months' Credit, subject to Conditions of Sale. BIGGINS HILL, MILFORD HAVEN Highly important Sale of Short-horned Cows, Yearling Steers, Heifer Steers and Heifer Calves, Mares, FiDies, Colts, Coru, Crops, Machinery, Implements, &c. MESSRS. LLOYD, THOMAS & FISHER FT AYE been favoured with instructions from T. jLjL R. OSWALD, ESQ., to SELL BY Au(TIOX at the above place, on WEDNESDAY, OcTOjiEn 19th, 1898, the following very VALUABLE STOCK, CROPS, IMPLEMENTS, &c., comprising:— 2 Barren Cows. 2 grand Yearling Steers, 3 ditto Heifers, 2 well-bred Steer Calves, 4 ditto Heifer Calves, 1 powerful Cart Mare, Bessie," stinted to "Lord Macaulay," u years old, 1 Irish Mare, aged, good worker and Brood Mare, 1 two-yeai-old Filly by "Utility," out of "Kilkenny," 1 two-year-old Chestnut Cob Filly by "Glory Smitten," out of Chestnut Cob "Rose," 1 two-year-old Colt by ''Utility," out of a well-known Irish Mare, making a very grand horse, 1 two-ycar-old Cob Colt, by "Glory Smitten,"out of "Victoria," 1 two-year- old Bay Colt by "Marsaur," out of "Speedwell," 1 Yearling Filty by "Perfection," out of an Irish Mare. 2 Yearling Cart Colts by R.M.D., and a very handsome nine.year Chestnut Cob Rose." The CROPS consist of 200 Bushels of Oats, 100 Bushels of Barley, and 10 Mows of Straw. The MACHINERY and IMPLEMENTS include ChafEcutters, Pulper, Corn Mill, Separator, Cu)ti- vator, Plough (by Hornsby), Chisel'ooth Harrow, Set of Zigzag Harrows, Wooden Rollers, Single Turnip Drilt, Horse Hoc, Farm Cart and Tripples, Set of Shaft and Leading Harness, Breech in hand, 2 Cattle Troughs, &c., &c. Sale to connneuce at one o'clock sharp. Luncheon on the table at twelve. Credit subject to Conditions. 811 MEYLER'S PECTORAL OXYMEL CUR E S Coughs, Colds, Broncllitis, I Asthma, Hoarseness, InSuenza, And all Complaints of the Chest and Lungs. Inndrl'(h of P.itients annually niidi-eHcf from taking the above Valuable Medicine. Abk ) our Chcmii't tr) or.:ler it for you. WhcreaHy procuring it, send 14 Postage Stamps, :uid i': shall be cent by rctum of P¡ŒJ'UEIJ OXLY }!¥ T. D. lH¡YLER (Chemist), 20, CIIAKLE3 STREET, MILFORD HAVEN. Soi.))l!Y Mr. T. M. PHILLIPS (Chemist), CASTLE S<UJARE, IIAVEHFORDWEST. London Agents: BARCLAY & SONS, 95, FarringdouStrcet.. TO BE LET, part of TREFGARN RECTORY and t GLEBE LANDS.—Apply W. H. WALTERS, Poyston. irO LET, Commodious DWELLING HOUSE, known t as "Priory Villa," Milford Haven.—Apply: Miss JOHNS, Hamilton Terrace. 783 TO LET, SEPTEMBER 29th, DEER PARK LODGE, ) PortHcId Gate, Good House and Garden.—Apply to Mr J. H. WILLIAMS, Springfield House, Haverfordwest. [742 COMFORTABLE LODGINGS to Let in central part \? of the Town, suitable for one or two Young Men.— Apply A., Omce of this Paper. TO LET—CONVENIENT HOUSE,—9 Rooms, t Stable, Coach House, and Garden, close to Clarbeston Road Station. Rent ;€ 11.—Apply, Mn W. THOMAs, Ironmonger, Haverfordwest. 781 ?TO BE LET, with immediate possession, HOUSE ?- and GARDEN at PRENDERGAST HILL.— Apply Mrs E. H. LEWIS, The New Bridge, Haver- fordwest. TO BE LET, with immediate possession, a commodious t DWELLING HOUSE at Letterston, known as GLYNTAFF HousE.—Apply, J. WATTS, Auctioneer, Let- terston. ?'0 LET—A COTTAGE AND GARDEN at JL HAWTHORN ViLLAS.—Apply JAMES, Brewery, Haverfordwest. 823 ?r0 LET, the FULLY-LICENSED HOUSE, i- known as the CARPENTERS' ARMS, in DEW STREET, Haverfordwest. Low Rent. Immediate possession.—Apply JAMES, Brewery, Haverfordwest. 824 MEADOW LAND. TO LET, TWO FIELDS of rich MEADOW LAND, about 8 Acres, well stocked with Grass, situate in Prendergast. Immediate possession.—Apply to Mr T. JOHN, Prendergast House. TO BE LET at Michaelmas next, a Small DAIRY ) FARM (consisting of about 22 Acres) together with HOUSE AND GARDEN, situate at the OBSERVATORY, Hakin, lately in the occupation of Mr 'James Owen.— For further particulars apply to Mr J. T. LI. PniLip DAViES, Observatory Hall, Milford Haven. 720 TO BE LET (with immediate posselBion) THE DESIRABLE RESIDENCE, No. 11, HiLL t STREET, Haverfordwest. The house contains— dining room, drawing room, study, nve bedrooms, a.ttics, kitchens, with servants' room over, cellar, and usual onices. There are also a newer garden, aud two green- houses. The premises have been recently completely renovated, and are in excellent condition. Apply—W. H. REYNOLDS, Hill Street, Haverfordwest. TO LET. NEAR FISHGUARD, PEMBROKE- SHIRE. rpHAT very desirable COUNTRY RESIDENCE ?L called "CARNE" situate about U miles from Goodwick, and two miles from Fishguard, with a magni- ncient view of Goodwick Bay and the surrounding country. The house which has recently been rebuilt is in excellent repair, and faces south- east. There are first rate Stables, Saddle Room, Coach House. Kennels, and large walled Garden attached to the house. There are 63 ACRES of PASTURE and ROUGH LAND—which are to let with the house. This house seems particularly adapted to any gentleman who may wish to reside in this rapidly improving neighbourhood. The Goodwick Station of the North Pembrokeshire Railway will be wit hinl 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. PEMBROKESHIRE. STEPHEN'S GREEN. IN THE PARISH OF CAREW. SALE OFj VALUABLE FREEHOLD DAIRY FARM. MESSRS T. RULE OWEN & SON ?\7ILL OFFER BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the YV KING'S ARMS HOTEL, Pembroke, on SATURDAY, the 22:\D OF OCTOBER, 1898, at Three o'clock precisely, all that FREEHOLD: DAIRY FARM CALLED STEPHEN'S GREEN, Comprising Two Hundred and Four Acres of highty productive Meadow, I'asture, and Arable Land. now in the occupation of Mrs Morgan. The Farm is in one of the richest agricultural districts of South Pembrokeshire, about six miles from Tenby, and about three milesfrom Pembroke and Pembroke Dock. The Dwelling-house (suitable for a Gentleman's Residence), commands magnincent views of the surrounding country. Lamphey Station (Great Western Railway) is about two miles distant. For further particulars apply to MESSRS T. RuLE OwEN & SoN, Haverfordwest; or to MR C. W. REES STOKES, Solicitor, Tenby. Tenby, 1st October, 1898. By Order o/ tile .1Uorfga,r¡ees. TOWN AND COUNTY OF HAVERFORDWEST. MESSRS. T. RULE OWEN & SON TTAVE been instructed to orEer Fop SAD; BY ijL Franc AucTioN at the TEMPERANCE HALL, H'lverfordwest, on FRIDAY, OcTonEK llth, 1898, at three o'clock p.m., sublet ti conditions, the following very valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTY. A COMMODIOUS DWELLING-HOUSE AND PREMISES, situate in Bridge Street, Haverfordwest, comprising —On Ground Floor a Large Omec, formerly a Shop, Dining Room, Kitchen, Pantry, Washhonsc, &c. on First Floor Large Nursery Bedroom, Drawing Room, W.C. on Second Floor Two Bedrooms wi'h Attics o.-er, in the occupation of Mr D. 0. Evans and at the back of above a large Building of Three Btoreys, now used as Cabinet Maker's Workrooms, Warehouse, &c., also a large Loft used as a Tailor's Workroom, all in the occupation of Mr A. Reynolds, also Yard, 5 Stall Stable, Loose Box, Cait and Carriage House, &c., in the occupation of Mrs M. A. Davies. There is a right of way from Bridge Street through lane to the back of the premises. The above Premises, which have lately been altered and improved and a considerable amount of money expended on them, arc situate in the best business part of the Town, and arc bounded at the back by the river wait. Any further information may be obtained at the' Omccs of the Auctioneers, Haverfordwest or of MR. W. J. JONES, Haverfordwest, 790 Solicitor for the Vendors. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY. MR. W. REES CARVER I-IAS been instructed to offer fur SALT; av PuaLic IJL AucTioN at the GROVH HOTEL, S-r. DAViD's, about the end of September, the desirable FARM of UPPER HARGLODD, 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. Fru'oRn, Solicitor, 30, Theo- balds Road, Gray's Inn, London; Mr jAs. Tamus, Estate Agent, G, Victoria Place, Haverfordwest; and of the Auctioneer. COUNTY OF PEMBROKE FANCIERS' ASSOCIATION. NINTH ANNUAL EXmB!T:ON OF Chrysanthemums, Dogs, Poultry, Pigeons, Cage Birds, Rabbits & Cats, WILL BE HELD IN THE MARKET ROUSE, PEMBROKE DOCK, ON WEDNESDAY, NOV. Oni, 1898. Sec., MB. THOMAS HAY, 788 Owen Street, Pembroke. BOOMING AHEAD. Thousands Drink it Daily. THE BEST VALUE MONEY CAN BUY. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT. Wholesale Agents— J. & J. P. REYNOLDS, CM Haverfordwest. A' (l'HE yERY 'l'OP OF STRENGTHENING TONICS STANDS GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS Reliable at every change of health, suitable for every climate, safe and sure alike for men, women, and children. The Grand Secret of Dame Nature for the alleviation of INDIGESTION. NERVOUSNESS. WEAKNESS. SLEEPLESSNESS. LOW SPIRITS. DYSPEPSIA. LIVER COMPLAINTS. THE VEGETABLE TONIC. THE VEGETABLE TONIC. THE VEGETABLE TONIC. Is advocated as a nrst aid toward quickening commercial instincts, for the counting-house or the market- place. It is a. tonic that is sure to be wanted. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. The hard-working toilers gener- ally of the United Kingdom should remember the old saying Preven- tion ia better than cure," and that just as it is necessary to call in a medical man when brain and body are over-taxed so it is desirable to do all that is possible to keep the system thoroughly up to the mark, for every rush of competition and extra labour. You have a regular doctor, have you a regular preser- vative of health to save you from the doctor and the doctor's bills:' If not, try GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS A purely vegetable tonic, wliich contains the strengthening quali- ties of Sarsaparilla, Sanron, Bur- dock, Gentian, Lavender, and Dandelion, as well as Quinine. The exact remedy you want for Palpi- tation, Sleeplessness, Biliousness, or Rheumatism. It not only gives you freedom from pain but strength and zest for your work that makes it a pleasure. THE VEGETABLE TONIC. THE VEGETABLE TONIC. THE VEGETABLE TONIC. SOLD EVERYWHERE In bottles, 2s. 9d. and 4s. Gd. each. or in cases containing three 4s. 6d. at 12s. per case. Tlio Proprietors will forward, carriage free, for the above prices, should any diinoulty be experi- enced in procuring it. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. See the name "GwilymEvans" ou Label, Stamp, and Bottle. SOLE PROPRIETORS: QUININE BITTERS MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED, LLANELLY, SOUTH WALES. tj OUSE TO LET—a Dwelling House in Quay Street ft suitable for Lodgings and Low Rent. — Apply H," Omce of this Paper. 622. To LET—with immediate possession—for Hay and ) Grazing, TWO FIELDS, situate in Hazelbeach, Hanstadwell.—Apply T. PiULLirs, 42, Lammas Street, Carmarthen. [S1H W-ANTED immediately a respectable BOY to the VV HAIRDRESSING BUSINESS.—Apply to Mrs TucKER, High Street, Haverfordwest. 802 1 VAV /ANTED a good GENERAL SERVANT for the ROYAL OAK lxx, Pembroke.—Apply: F. A. BoBY, Pembroke. VAV /ANTED—APPRENTICES and IMPROVERS to the DRESSMAKING.—Apply DAYiES & EvA?s, High Street. ?741 TO TAILORS. ?A/ANTED thoroughly good MAN. Good wages and VV constant employment. Apply: Win'RED REES, Tailor, Tudor Square, Tenby. 812 t A/ANTED a respectable YOUTH as an Apprentice to VV the GENERAL IRONMONGERY—Apply J. FpAxcis, Charles Street, Milford Haven. [817 \A/ANTED a respectable YOUTH as an Apprentice VV to the DRAPERY.—J. ALLEN THOMAS, Bridge Street, Haverfordwest. [818 OFFICE BOY WANTED AT ONCE.-? Apply ?/ HAROLD J. EvANS, Solicitor, MIIfoid Haven. \A/ANTED, good GENERAL SERVANT, one that W can be well recommended.—Apply to Mr BowLlXG, Dimond-street, Pembroke Dock. \A/ANTED to purchase SMALL FARM, also Freo- VV hold or Leasehold HOUSES. State full par- ticulars.—"Capital," "Telegraph" Omce, Haverford- west. 821 p'OR SALE.—THREE BULL CALVES by Pedigree ) Shorthorn Bull. Price Moderate.—DAWKiNS, Hay- lett, Haverfordwest. 78G FERRETS FOR SALE. A Choice Lot of FERRETS, warranted good workers. r? —Apply: T. DMVEREUx, Swan Square, Haver- fordwest. CHILD'S SADDLE FOR SALE — BOY'S PAD, \? recently done up as new, easily converted for girl, will be so!d cheap.—Apply WARRE? & Co., Saddlers, Tower Hill. SAFE FOR SALE. r'OR SALE, OFFICE SAFE, by nrst class maker, ? to now.—Apptv W. H. REYNOLDS, Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer, Hi!! Street. 795 TO POULTRY KEEPERS. SEVERAL Pure Bred COCKERELS for sa)e from ? 2s. 6d. each. Wyandottes, Orpingtons, &c., for stock or exhibition.—W. BARTLETT, Merlins Bridge, Haverfordwest. 788. FOR SALE QOME very Desirable FREEHOLD BUILDING 0 PLOTS at MHford H?ven.—Apply—CoATES, Le Bon Marcho, Milford Haven. 67.5 A BOY'S BICYCLE to be sold cheap.—Apply, ELLis /? JoxES, Printing Omces, Haverfordwest. NEW HONEY. t t ONEY in sections for s?!e a few on hand.—Apply D B. THOMAS, Station Master. Johnston. HOW TO SAVE MONEY. DUY IRISH TWEEDS (pure wool), 7 Yards for D 16s Gd; Suits, 363 6d: Welsh Flannel Shirts, two for lls. Patterns and self measurement forma on application.—MATHIAS & Co., Narberth. 374. >- URBAN DISTRICT OF MILFORD HAVEN. NOTICE OF INTENDED RATE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, -TL N pursuance of the provisions in that behalf of the Public IIcalth:Aet, 1875, that the Milford Haven Urban District Council intend on FRIDAY, the 21st day of OtTO):ER instant, to make a GENERAL DISTRICT HATE oft TWO SHILLINGS AND THREEPENCE in the £, ior the Six Moxrns, eudino' MAROt ;bt next, and that for D.\Ys before such day, the statement of the proposed Rate witi be deposited for inspection at the OHiccs of the said Council, situate in Charles Street, Milford Haven. (Ofnce Hours 11 tu 1) Dated this 8th day of October, 18')3. THOMAS 11. LEWIS, Clerk to the Milford Haven Urban 822 District Council. HORSE & FOUR-WHEELED DOQ CART ON HIRE. Apply— Apply- DAVID EVANS, Corkcutter. PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS SITUATIONS VACANT AND WANTED One Insertion. Throe Insertion S. d. s. d. 15 Words or less ..09 13 20 do.10 19 25 do.13 23 30 do. 1 6 29 Particular attention is called to the fact that the above sc tie only applies to Situations Vacant and Wanted.
A LOCAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW. We have felt the need this summer of an Agricultural Show for this portion of the county. The excellent and successful show at Fishguard made the need more apparent, and the argument was then put forth that if the northern district could organise such an exhibition why should not Haverfordwest make an effort to hold one on similar lines for southern Pem brokeshire ? Time was when our Society could boast of a < first-class show, but it has been allowed to lapse, for the reason, it is s'.atod, that the farmers, and others interested, would not pay their subscriptions, and owing to this there is a considerable debt still standing on the last efforts of the Society. We have made enquiries, and find there is a general desire that a new Society should be formed, and a Show held in IIaverfordwest next year. Now is the time for the work to commence, and several prominent gentlemen in the town, including the Mayor, are willing to give a fillip to the movement. His Worship has, at the wish of the Town Clerk and others, expressed his willingness to call a preliminary meeting, and local farmers, who are also successful exhibitors, will, we doubt not, be willingtojoina strongCommittec to further the proposal. It only requires to be put on right lines at the outset to ensure success. First and foremost there is need of an energetic and popular secretary, one who will wait upon members and subscribers, and enlist their direct sympathy and support. Personal application is better than many circulars, and if this had been the modus opet-a)idi in the past it would not now be necessary either to resuscitate the old Society or form a new one. For the welfare of agriculture in the county it is imperative that an Agricultural Society be formed. Not only does it promote a friendly livalry, most beneficial in its effects, but provides a pleasant reunion for a class of people who have been too isolated in the past to work In unison for their own common interests and welfare. We trust we have said sufficient to show the need of those who still owe subscriptions, wiping off the debt, and for the foundation of a vigorous society, based upon progressive lines.
NEW COUNTY PUBLIC BUILDINGS. Quite unexpectedly the Standing Joint Committee discussed and approved the pro- vision of new County Public Buildings. They are to comprise a Council Chamber, Judge's lodgings, record omce, and omees for the Clerk of the Peace. It is a question which has been kept in the background until noiv, a.ud has been forced to the front by the necessity of making' suitable accommodation for tho Judge when he visits the town to hold Assize Courts. Their lordshipa have often grumbled at the inadequacy of thoir lodgings, and it is incumbent upon the County to provide them. The members of the County Council too have cavilled about holding their meetings in the Temperance Hall which they consider unsuitable, and It is also Inconvenieut that the offices of the Clerk of the Peace should be in a building separate from the meeting place. Further, there Is no place where the records of the County can I be properly kept. The ease for the buildings is therefore made out, and In giving then- approval the County Is only following the example of other counties which have erppt"rJ their own buildings years ago. r.e.v aim decided upon is the only central site available —next to the Masonic Hall, whore they would be a valuable improvement and acquisition to the town. As to the cost, it will not bo far short of .E5,000, including the furnishing of the Judge's lodgings. The Sheriff receives an allowance each year, and from this he has to pay £50 for the Judge's lodgings, and the rents of the Temperance Hall and the Record Office would be saved. The total spread over a period of thirty years the annual sum would not be a large one, whilst the advantages of having all the County business on a proper footing in one building would more than counterbalance the cost. Another important consideration is that the erection of suitable buildings would undoubtedly assist in keeping the Assize Courts still in the town, and tend to preserve its county characteristics, which are inclined to be on the wane. We hope the predictions of some pessimists that the Assizes will be removed will never be fulnUed. The time will certainly be far distant if we dis- charge our duties patriotically. We have been fortunate in staiving off expenditure in this direction until now, and while it Is at last evident that it must be faced we enjoin the authorities to be as economical as possible. Wo do not wish to see the County rate swollen by useless extravagances.
LOCAL AND OTHER NEWS. The Town Council last night unanimously decided to ask Sir Charles Philipps to accept the Mayor- alty for a secoud year. Mr T. J. Harries and party are having good sport with pheasant and partridge shooting at Wiston. If all tenants were treated in the same generous manner all sport in the county would be the same. MiLFORD HAVEN AND AMERICA. The Tídol'ia Tiilll's (British Columbia) of August 30th, says: "The Directors of the Milford Dock Company expect that negotiations will shortly be concluded whereby a line of steamers will be established between Milford and some Canadian port." TnE w OIE'S INSTITUTE.—The Committee of this Institute have just published a "Dictionary of Employments open to Women" with details of wages, hours of work, and other information. It has been pre- pared by Mrs Phillips, assisted by Miss Marian Edwards, Miss Janet Tuckey, and Miss E. Dixon. It would not be easy to conceive a book more calculated to benfit the women's cause, and immense time and care has been bes- towed upon its production, the details given being thoroughly reliable. HAVERFORDWEST CARNIVAL.—A large and well attended meeting of ladies and gentlemen interested in the forthcoming Carnival was held last night at the Con'eo Tavern and from the enthusiasm shown by those present, it may be taken for granted that there's a great treat in store for the people of Haverfordwest on Thurs- daythe2()t,hinst. Themeet.ingwasadjournedtHI7.4-5 on Friday evening next, when any lady or gentleman interested are invited to attend. RECOMMENDED FOR THE V.C.—In a recent issue of the Timl's a paragra.ph appeared to the effect that the ofticei-s and crow of the Hazard, which was stationed off Crete during the recent disturbances, behaved with great gallantry, and Captain Lewis lias recommended for the Victoria Cross, Dr MaiUard, for bringing in the wounded and Lieutenant Nicholson under a hail of bullets. The Dr Maillard referred to is the son of the late Rev. D. G. Maillard, who resided with his family for several years in Carditr. Hts brother is Mr J. D. Maillard, of the County School, Penarth, and his sisters are now living in Pembroke. Dr Maillard is nephew of Mr John Dawkins, of Haver- fordwest. The gallant doctor narrowly escaped with his life, a bullet having passed through his tunic. PEMBROKESHIRE AND HAVERFORDWEST IN- FiBMARY.—The Committee gratefully acknowledge the receipt of the following gifts made to the Institution during the past month, vix :—tracts, Rev. C. M. Phelps: bottl,,s, Miss Maria Evans magazines, Mrs Phiilips, Bolton Hill; nowers. Mrs Morris, (patient's friend) flowers and fruit, Mrs Jenkins, St. Kennox magazine- Mrs Stokes, Fern Hill; nowers, from Tabernacle Church Harvest Festival; basket of iish, from a grateful patient; "Gentlewoman," Mrs Vaughan James: fruit, nowers, and eggs, from Burtou Church Harvest Fcstiva], per Rev. A. L. Harrison fruit and vegetables Festival, Thomas Church Harvest Festival, per Ven. Archdeacon Htlbers grapes for a patient, Rev. F. N. Colborne fruit and ilowcrs, Mrs Rind nowers and herbs, Mr Richard Harries, St. Thomas' Green flowers from children's Flower Service, in Weslcyan Church, Haverfordwest.
"BEYOD DouBT."—Tho universal app'-cciahon of unscrupulous dealers to palm off on tJic public a, worthtosa intitntiou. <.< 1!('r;ssI1J'Y that the purchaser insists upon gettUlp; HoBNiMAN's PuBH TEA OLY, gti.,triziteed strong and delicious. Inimitable for deliotea.r°ma,.ncrve-restoring, healthful, and beneficial properties. Sold by: IIa.VGr- foidwost Dovcrcux, Grocer, &c., Swa,n Squa.re Milford Haven Coatc, Lo 3!on M:Lrchc Evans & Co., "Stores." Pembroke: GnMths, Grocer, Pem- broke Dock Rollings, Grocer nud Confectioner Recs, Baker. Ftsbgu.trd: Lewis, Chemist. Nevland: IIa.rris, Grocer. (,oodwi(-k: Harries & Co.. "Stores." Lctterston: Jenkins, Grocer. Llandissilio: Morris, Grocer, &c.
THE TRAMP NUISANCE IN HAVERFORDWEST. THE WAY TO STOP IT. I At a special sessions held at the Shire Hall, Haverford- wcst, on Saturday, William Brown, of no fixed abode, was charged with hawking without a licence, and with assaulting P.S. Phillips on the previous day. P.S. Phillips stated that he saw prisoner calling at every house in High Street about 11.30 a.m. He was very drunk and insulted persons who would not bay from him. He asked prisoner for the license, when he became most abusive, and used very bad language. On the way to the station, in Castle Square, prisoner tripped him up, and the fall scarred his cheek. Prisoner for the nrst oifence was nned os without costs, or seven days, and for the assault 7s 6d and costs, or 14 days. Immediate payment was ordered, but prisoner said he had no money, and went to gaol.
-Standing Joint Committee. I PROPOSED NEW PUBLIC I BUILDINGS. A meeting of this Committee was held at the Shire Hull yesterday, Mr N. A. Roch presiding. There were also pieseut, Messrs C. Mathias, R. Carrow, E. A. Laws R. H. Hurries, S. B. Sketch, G. GrifRth, R. George, J' Lloyd Pluhpps, A. W. Massey, and W. Howell Walters' ILLNESS OF THE CHAIRMAN. Tee Clerk read a letter from the Chairman of the com- mittee (Mr Alleu), stating that he was unable to be present that day owiug to n,n attack of lumbago, and askiug the Committee to appoint a chairman and accept his resignation owing to his increasing infirmities. The Chairman said he had not seen Mr Alien looking so well for several months until Sunday morning, and he did not think it was necessary to appoint another chair- man. (Hear, hear). THE NEYLAND LOCK-UP. The Clerk said with reference to the Noylimd lock-up the plans had been prepared by the County Surveyor, subuii-tted to the Surveyor of Prisons and passed by him, and were now before the Local Government Board, by whom they must be approved before a loan could be carried out. It was resolved to recommend the Finance Committee to arrange for a loan of £í00. ALTERATIONS TO THE SHIRE HALL. The Clerk said the Chairman had received a letter from the Chairman of Quarter Sessions (His Honour Judge Owen), caltiug attention to the Criminal Evidence Act, 18:)8, by which every person charged could give evidence in the witness box. It seemed to him that some alter- ations would be necessary in the Shire Hall to give effect to that provision safely and properly, and a way should be made directly from the dock to the witness box. The present position of the witness box was not in his opinion satisfactory, and he would be glad if an opportunity was taken to alter this at the same time. The Clerk added that a witness box had been designed by the Public Works Committee. The Judge had seen it, and he would try it at the Quarter Sessions next Tuesday. BASTARDY WARRANTS. Mr Sketch moved That warrants for disobeying orders made by the magistrates in bastardy cases be in the same way that other warrants are served." He said he brought the matter fully before their last meeting, but since that time the Home Secretary had given his opinion which left no doubt that such charges previously made were illegal. He read the opinion from the Justice of Peace" that the police costs are to be made out of the police fund. The Chairman said that opinion of the Home Secretary was very different from what they had acted upon, as they had always been of the opinion that defendant ought to pay. Dr. Gniuth seconded. The Chief Constable said the ruling of the Home Secretary referred only to police fees and not police The Chairman said he was much surprised at the opinion from the Home Secretary, but it was not obligatory. Mr Sketch said he was prepared to allow the matter to stand over for the Clerk to submit the particulars as regards the execution of bastardy warrants in that county before the Home Secretary. Mr Carrow regarded it as a move in the wrona direction, and thought the existing procedure should remain in force until further opinion was obtainable on the subject. He moved an amendment to this enect. Mr Mathias seconded. The amendment was carried by seven votes to four. Mr Sketch asked whether it would not be wise to send the resolution and amendment to the Home Secretary, and ask his opinion. The Chairman did not think it would as they had the Home Secretary's opinion. Mr Sketch then said he should certainly lay them before the Home Secretary. The Chairman You may be sure the matter will not rest hero. Mr Sketch You can depend upon that, Mr Chair- man. THE NEWPORT COURT HOUSE. A letter was rend from Dr. Ha.va.rd with regard to the inconvenience of the Newport Court House, and enclosing a petition from t'.vo magistrates approving of new premises across the way which would be more roomy and more corr' .isn. to oe built by Mr Bowen, the ,sent lu.ndtord, and ready for occupation next year. They asked for the consent of the Committee to the Mr Laws: I should like to ask If it is a more incon- venient place th; ii we have at Clarbeston. (Laughter). The necessary consent was granted. SF,,ITS FOR MILFORD POLICE COURT. ) Dr. Grrifnth that the Surveyor bo instructed to report :Ls to the provision of seats for the public in Milford police court, as it was impossibte for them to keep older witI, the people stindiiig. Mr L'Lws At :1uudorsfoot we sit on a sofa and retire to a ma.u's kitchen. Twenty years ago I tried to alter it. NIr George: Not a fourth of the pAf'l,tn gf' thore. The resolution was carried, and it was pointed L ? T.t fresh provi&ion was necessary at Saundersfoot. PROPOSED NE\V PUBLIC BUILDINGR. The Sub-Committee appointed by the Standing Joint Committee to consider the question of Judge's lodgings reported as follows "The committee have met several times and after having particulars of the available houses they came to the conclusion that it would be difficult if not impossible to take a house that would be altogether suitable, and in addition they felt that the question of obtaining suitable furniture and a proper caretaker would be one of ditnculty and expense. The Judge during the last Assize was through the kindness of Sir Charles Philipps, accommodated at the PIcton Town House, an arrange- ment which gave his Lordship great satisfaction, and Isir Charles has been good enough to say that if necessary his town house can be used at the forthcoming Assize. The Sub-Committee have after due consideration come to the determination that the only way to secure accommo- dation for the Judge will be to build, and having regard to the fact that the County Council of Pembroke have no Council Chamber of their own and most inadequate office accommodation, the Sub-Committee would suggest that steps should be taken to procure the erection of suitable County Buildings to include accommodation for the Judge and his stair. It is believed that a very suitable and advantageous site can be obtained. Towards defraying the yearly instalment of principal and interest which would have to be met upon the sum that it would be necessary to raise to pay for this building, the Committee understand that the County would receive the amount paid through the Sheriff for Judge's accommodation amounting to about ,1;50 and the County would also save the expenses now incurred in connection with the record office and the annual rent paid to the Temperance Hall." The Chairman That is rather a large anair. Mr Massey It must be biought forward some time, and we are alt agreed that now is the most suitable time. The Chairman Is there any estimate made as to the cost r The Clerk No, no, sir. The Chairman It is to be a very nne structure, if it is to contain all these things. May I ask who else was there besides Mr Massey The Clerk Mr Walters and Dr. Grimth. Mr Massoy said the Clerk had no place to keep the records, and at County Council meetings if any paper was wanted some considerable time was taken as it had to be sent for to the oflice from the Temperance Hall. If all those buildings were under one head, in the course of 30 years they would be paid for, and they thought it better for the county to start at once than go on in the higgledy-piggledy way that they were now. The Chairman said there was a probability of the High Shcrin's position being abolished, and perhaps the Assizes would be removed. Mr Massey said the County Council would go on as long as the county. The Chairman I think the Council is likely to have a longer life than the Assizes. Mr Walters said it had been laid down by Judge FitzStepheu that it would require an Act of Parliament to remove the Assizes. Mr Massey The Joint Standing Committee is bound to provide Judge's lodgings. ° The Chairman Is that so ? I thought the Sheriff had to provide them. to The Clerk: The county provides it, and the Sheriff pays for it out of the allowance he gets. The Chairman hazarded the suggestion that the pro. posed buildings would cost C7 000. Mr Massey said it would be about one-half of that amount. The site they thought was that adjoining the Masonic Hall, the other side. It was a very good site a.nd belonged to Sir Charles I'hilipps, who was willing to selt. The Chairman It is a very good site. The Clerk Sir Charles Philipps has kept it specialty for public buildings. Dr. CrifHth said a!I the Judges were complaining and would complain, and this building would be the means of keeping the A&sizes there. (Hear, hear). Mr Massey moved that the report be adopted. Mr George seconded. Mr Mathias moved that they advertise for plans. Mr Laws seconded. The Chief Constable said there was plenty of useful building material at the Caxt)c. The Clerk said it would be necessary to consult the County Council as that Committee were not bound to provide a Council Chamber. The Chairman I suppose the old Castle wont do. (Laughter). it would have fine old associations for thosa with antiquarian ideas. R was resolved to refer the matter to the Public Wol-Ks Committee, and recommend the report to the County Council as having ° been adopf ted by the Standing Joint Committee. CHIEF CONSTABLES REPORT. This report for the quarter ending September 30th, showed ;n indictable oftcnccs, an increase of seven upon the corresponding quarter last year. 48.) persons had been proceeded against for other offences, tn increase of ;)'2, and of the number 42 were sent to prison, and 353 fitied.
DELICIOUS MAZAWATTEE TEA. DEMCIOUa MAZAWATTEE TEA. Sold by Leading" Family Grocers Everywhere. Agents for IlAVERFORDWEST— REES BROTHERS & Co., Wholesale Grocers. Envelopes Envelopes! Envelopes !-Now on Sale at the Telegraph Printing OSice, a large quantity of Commercial Envelopes at Is. lid., 2s. 8d, & 3s. 6d. per 1000 h