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THE HOLIDAY SEASON HAS COME, And Ladies requiring HIGH-CLASS DRESSMAKING of any description, should go to J. LLEWELLYN PHILLIPS (Late DA VIES & EVANS), Where they will find a very choice selection of Materials suitable for BLOUSES, MUSLIN DRESSES, COSTUMES, &c. The Dressmaking Department Is under the management of a highly qualified lady From the well-known COURT WAKELIOUSE, DUBLIN, WHILST The Showrooms & Underclothing Department > Are also under capable supervision. Nothing has been left undone ) to maintain the firm's reputation for FIT, STYLE and FINISH. PLEASE NOTE THE ADDREss- Cleddau House, High Street, Haverfordwest (OPPOSITE POST OFFICE). ALL ORDERS BY POST WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. IT'S WORTn TI-I.UNG! WHAT IS ? That Saxiot is the name of a Registered Tweed made from Pure Home Grown Wool, THEN when you think of ordering a SUIT OF CLOTHES, and anyone is I speaking about a Saxiot Tweed, remember IT PAYS YOU TO LISTEN As it will mean unlimited value for limited money. LEWIS, Castle Square, Haverfordwest. (SEVEN YEARS with BROWN, Conduit Street, LONDON, W.) FOR TOBACCO, CIGARS AND CIGARETTES, YOU SHOULD PATRONISE THE OLD TOBACCONIST SHOP (WHOLESALE AND RETAIL), 42, High Street, Haverfordwest (Opposite entrance to Hill Lane). T. JAMES (Late A. M. MILLAR), PROPRIETOR. SMOKERS' REQUISITES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. LOCAL VIEW POST CARDS IN GREAT VARIETY. What a lot it means to a woman. How many women when they are alone sit down and toy with the Rings on their fingers. They have associations. The Engagement Ring never loses its glamour in a woman's eyes. It holds all ro- mance, all the poetry, all the tender secrets of her life. Selling an Engagement Ring is more than business with us. We like to show the beautiful reminders the magic circles set with glinting stones, about which some woman will wreathe all her best thoughts. D PANT ALL w™jrnd ID. ALL, JEWELLER, 11, MARKET STREET, HAVERFORDWEST. And 48, HIGH STREET, NEYLAND. PAPERHANGING-, PAINTING, AND DECORATING, SUPPORT the Firm that understands its BUSINESS. IF YOU WANT THE BEST YOU MUST Go TO THE FIRM who can supply you with it, at LOWEST PRICES. PRICE <& BUSSE LL Have a reputation of 50 YEARS STANDING to maintain, and consequently supply ONLY THE BEST WORKMANSHIP AND MATERIALS. JUST ARRIVEDI eøta id Large assortment of this Season's W- ALLPAPERS From 11-d. per Piece. FULL MEASURE IN EACH ROLL. Glass of every description! Lead Lights a speciality! ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. f KINDLY NOTE AI)DPli.SS- 1 TOWER HILL, Haverfordwest. TASKER'S High School for Girls, HAVERFORDWEST. Headmistress: MIS SAN D E R SON, B. A (Assisted by Highly Qualified Mistresses). Fkes.— £ 1 6s. 8d. per Term. Special Subjects Greek, German and Painting, 15s. per term. Country Pupils are only allowed to board at houses approved by the Governing Body, and, while there, must conform to the Regulations drawn up by the Governors. Any other information can be obtained from the Headmistress, or from Mr J. W. Phillips, Sclicitor. Tower Hill, Clerk to the Governors. Please Notice Alteration of Address. MR. C B-ULMER, F.R.C.O., L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M., PROFESSOR OF MUSIC. Pupils' Successes in 1905 Higher Exams., A.R.C.O., A.T.C.L.; 11 Pupils also passed the Trinity College Exams., including 2 Senior, 1 Intermediate Honours, 3 Intermediate Pass, 2 Junior Honours, 3 Junior Pass. ADDRESS: HANOVER HOUSE, 10, QUAY STREET, HAVERFORDWEST. JAMES A. LLOYD, UNDERTAKER, JOINER, &c., Opposite the WESLEYAN CHURCH, PRIORY ROAD, MILFORD HAVEN. All Orders receive prompt and personal attention. PLEASE NOTE ADDRESS- OppositeWesleyan Church Wm. Evans & Sons, FOUNDRY, BRIDGE STREET, HAVERFORDWEST, FOR BRASS & IRON CASTINGS. THE BEST PRICES GIVEN- FOR OLD SCRAP IRON, BRASS, POPPER, LEAD. c. NEW BRISTOL STEAMER. THE WATERFOED STEAMSHIP COM- PANY'S JIMITED, llew and Powerful Passenger and Cargo Steamer Menapia, 1,000 tons, Or other vessel is intended to sail from BRISTOL every FRIDAY carrying cargo for HAVERFORD- WEST, MILFORD, NEW MILFORD, PEM- BROKE DOCK, PEMBROKE, TENBY. &c. From Cumberland Basin, Bristol:- (Calling at Tenby and Pembroke Dock. Friday. Aug. 2 11.0 a.m. Friday. 9 6. 0 P. M. Friday. 16 10.0 a.m. Friday. 23 5.0 p.m. Friday. 30 10.0 a.m. Goods received in Bristol every Thursday at load- ing berth, City Quav, Welsh Back. No Cargo re. eeived 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.-All Empties carried free must be distinctly understood to be conveyed solely at Owner's Risk, unless Freight be paid on same. t To ensure shipment Goods must b alongside steamer at City Quay, Bristol, at least three hours before advertised time of sailing. Goods Shipped by this Company's Steamers are received subject to conditions on their General Notices to be seen at their offiees. Information as to Insurance of Goods and further particulars and conditions of carriage can be obtained on application at the Company's Offices. Agents- Messrs. SELLICK, MORLEY & PRICE. 536 Milford Haven. BACON LINE. JULY, 1907. The undermentioned Steamers will sail (unless pre- vented by any unforeseen circumstance) with or without Pilots and with liberty to to nr. DIRECT STEAM COMMUNICATION between the following ports as under:- THE FIRST-OLASa NEW STEEL B.S "PRESTONIAN," or other suitable vessel). From Bristol for Milford (With liberty to call at any port in Bristol Channel July o'clock. Tuesday 2 10 night | Tuesday 9 12 night j I July o'clock. Tuesday 16 9 night Tuesday 23 u night Tuesdav o0 ft nirrlif From, Miltorel tor Liverpool. ° July o'clock Wednesday 3 10 morn I Wednesday 10 12 noon I I July o'clock Wednesday 17. 9 morn Wednesday 21 12 noon Wednesday 31 9 morn The b.tS. SUNLIGHT," or other suitable vessel). l trorn Liverpool for Milford. _T"1. 1' or 1 u "1 0 Clock Saturday 6 6.30 night Saturday 13 11 night I J uiy o'clock I Saturday 20 4.30 after Saturday 27 11 night The steam Barges "Cleddau". and" Taurus," are ntended 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 first, as may be deemed most expedient. A few Passengers carried by arrangement. Loading Berth at Liverpool-Trafalgar Dock. All Empties on which no freight has been paid are carried at Owner's risk. NoTICB:-The landing and embarcatlon 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 Passentrers and the owners of the Goods respectively. For' orther 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. street, Limited, PHILLIPS Agent, Milford. J. FASTEST LINE TO CANADA. For Sailings and Pamphlet re WORK and WAGES, Apply to C. P. Rly., 18, St. Augustine's Parade, BRISTOL, or F. W. LEWIS, Bridge St., Haverfordwest. 317 WARNING. It having come to my knowledge that there are Publicans and Dealers who have adopted a practice of refilling Old Glomore Whisky Bottles, Old Imperial Whisky Bottles, The Doonmorey Whisky Bottles, and other proprietary Blends belonging to JAMES WILLIAMS, of Narberth, with Spirits of an inferior quality and selling such mixed or blended Spirits as Old Glomor-i, Old Imperial or the Doonvnorev Blend; and whereas the said James Williams has I' reason to believe that the system is extensively carried on. A Reward is hereby offered to any person who will give such information to Mr. James Williams, of Narberth, or to his General Manager, or Solicitor, as will enable him successfully to prosecute the persons engaged in such fraudu- lent and unfair dealings. WILLIAM HOWELL, Solic: WAR! Messieurs JULES GRAMMO Shippers of pure Grape Frer Notice that they will Prosecute bottles bearing their One Star, u labels, with inferior Brandy or Spirits, and selling such blended Spirits as their well-known One Star, Two Star, or Three Star qualities. A Reward is hereby offered to any Person who will give such information to their sole Consignee for the United Kingdom, Mr. JAMES WILLIAMS, of Narberth, as will I enable them successfully to prosecute the Personc engaged in such fraudulent dealings. WILLIAM HOWELL, Solicitor for Messieurs Jules Grammont et Cie, 32, Stepney Street, Llanelly.  LIGHT BITTER ALE. MARCH BREWING, IN BRILLIANT CONDITION. PER DOZEN 2/6 IMPERIAL PINTS. WORTHINGTON'S & BASS'S PALE ALE 4s. GUINXESS'S STOUT 3s. 6d. per Doz. Pints. GEORGE 3?.A-Ij3S«dII3IR. Sc <^>01ST., Wine Merchants, Haverfordwest. JAMES BROS., BACON CURERS, 64, CHARLES STREET, MILFORD HAVEN. Sausages, Ox Tongue, German SUPFRIOR Glazed Beef, Sausages, Welsli BACON Cooked Pork, j-??St C? ook< ed jn Pork<, Puddings, Pickled Pork, Potted Meat, S aye Ioys. Brawn, None but Best Home=cured kept in Stock. PRIME WELSH HAMS, SHOULDERS, OR SIDES (WHITE OR SMOKED) THOROUGHLY DRIED. Prices.—Hams, nd. Shoulders, iod. Sides, lod. CARRIAGE PAID. 312 ESTABLISHED OYER HALF A CENTURY. CORN, SEED, AND MANURE STORES. IS-A-I-A-ia: REYNOLDS, (Lale JOSEPH THOMAS). HIGH-GLASS GROCERIES. FRESH BUTTER IDKILY. SWAN SQUARE, HAVERFORDWEST. TEETH. TEETH. TEETH. EDWARD ENGLAND LIMITED CAN BE CONSULTED FROM 11 to 5 P.M., AT MR JOHN, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, 3, Victoria Place, New Bridge, Haverfordwest, EVERY ALTERNATE TUESDAY AND SATURDAY, Next Visits, SATURDAY, July 27, and TUESDAY, Aug. 6, 1907, Also CHESTER HOUSE, 8, Picton Place, Haverfordwest, Daily. And will attend at Charles Street, Milford Haven (Mr Meylcr, Chemist), every other Tuesday. Next Visit, July 30. And at Mr. Meyler's, Chemist, Main St., Fishguard, every other Thursday. NEXT VISIT AUG. 1. CONSULTATION FREE OF CHARGE. rEETH.-I. Perfection in eating and speaking. 2. Perfectly natural and life-like in appearance. TEETH EXTRACTED PAINLESSLY with Nitrous Oxide 3-as. Notice.-All Letters to be addressed to BRECKNOCK HOUSE, TENBY 123 nmNHMMMMKB ? 7h<f< !s ? ?sM 1 ? it  wl thatitisthe"!ivc"manwho"?ets tfJ. ? there." Themanwhoneverfia?sand t? KM is ever on the qui vive. heisperennia!'y |Ji W alert and eager-and looks it I Why is f? SK he cheery, so confident ? !s he immune }?• 'J. from the every-daytittiett!s that Up5Ct ?/ ? others so much? Not at ai!. Onh. he M< ? is prompt in regard to himseH as he is in til M his business. He puts his finger on a ? weakness at once. never letting a head-  X ache or any other ache, due to lemptr- ffl ? arily arrested stomach action have a  ? chance. There is no other way. Attack M ? little ailments at once. A timely use of fcj  S IBUS! i PILLS    I t wi\! never let them grow. Aches vanish t ? and you keep bri?k and up-to-date. That Ml K is a business asset. This is something to ?! ? tell someone els. Everybody more or f., W M less suHers from stomach tmubles in /n AA? these strenuous days. and no one can !s{ ? afford to be ill. indeed, the need for a 5,? ? safe and speedy medicine, to re?eve  10 promptly and surely the minor {Us that l. ? depress the brightest men, is uniyers1. I.' in Here M an impressive fact to remember. M vis Over six million boxes of BEECHAM S 51? t! PI LLS are sold Hery year I That is j it) eloquent testimony that while the need ?< ? isgreat and wide-spread Beecham's Pilis lê\ jylect the Public )Iced* it' ?. t.. C ? ? Prepared only by Thomas Beecham, St. Hdns. J ? Sold everywhere in boxes, pri;e 1 I' & 2 9. ?g GEORGE PALMER & SON. ■per SPECIALITIES. bottle EXTRA SPECIAL LIQUEUR. The perfec- tion 0: Scotch Whisk j. of gre?t age and A t softness, equal to the finest French ?/ P. I-a iidy is a 'GLEN STUART' Scotch Whisky. Au ideal blend of carefully selected Pure Q If* ?ighlaiid Malt Whiskies, well matured J/U aud mellowed by age Irish Whisky. Very choice, pure Pot Still Dublin Whisky guar- Q If* anteed over 12 Tears old, in Sherry J/U Wood PORT. Genuine Oporto Wine, excellent value 2'- INVALID PORT. Specially recornmeuded 2 6 | OLD LODGS A perfect type of a re?Iy old Tawny Wine, stored many years in 3 /6 Oporto Oporto Pale, dry, s,,iperi' 3,/6 CHAMPAGNE. Ackermaa Lnurance's I)rv Poval" (i bots., 1 2 i bots., 2 2) i PALE BRANDY. Suitable for domestic purposes 2 C COZITAC BRANDY. Genuine French, good age 3 Q EAU DE VIE VIEILLE. A Pure Grape r E"mdy, great age. Aninvahnib]eFtim?ant ? Martells' & Ilennessv's Brandy 5X RUM. Fine old Jamaica 2 3 Very old Jamaica HOLLANDS. De Kuyptrs, Anchor Brand 2B Coleman's Wincarnis, Hall's Wine, Quinine Cigars and Cigarettes of the choicest brands, at Lowest Store Prices. High Street, HAVERFORDWEST. WILLIAM JENKINS, | COAL MERCHANT. Yard- ADJOINING QUAY STORES, î MILFORD HAVEN. Orders for Coal auJ Culm received on the premises. 2■31 j] rriÀ:r: :'lí\- nü:lc¡ v.h o ?-??' t''? Hc-ith .alJ gNF cleanliness ol he; child slicUd use A HJlRmSON^S A It 16 ?q El- flci B ?- 0 I b R£l.IABB. I f!ø:ôW; I r beautifies ar.d strer.gth.-ns -Ol jQ In Tins. 4$d. 6c 9. 1'ostage :d. jS ?? CtO. V. HARRISON, CHEMIST, BROAD ST.. REAOiSH. ?' SOLD BY CHEMISTS. Agent:- Milford lIaveu-J. T. JOXES, Chemist, Charles Street. Xerland-G. H. APPLEBY, High Street. Haverfordwest—J. L. JENKINS, Chemist. 51 NOTICE! For. Welsh Flannel AND WOOLLEN GOODS GO Tn WILLIAM CLARK, m- TIIE NEW F LINN EL SHOP, NEAli TIIE POST OFFICE, Xi I a- j-x STREET. iSTOCKINGS RE-FOOTED 9d. Pel' Fair. 1;4 ,4 LLOYD & Co., | Builders, Contractors, and Undertakers, 17, CHARLES STREET, MILFORD HAVEN. Estimates given for all kinds of Buildings and Repairs on the Shortest Notice. SPECIAL NOTE: LLOYD & Co. wish to notify the Public that they undertake FUNERALS nnd FURNISH THE SAME THROUGHOUT, at their only recognised Address: 17, CHARLES STREET OPPOSITE .MARKET SYUAHE). 303 THE TAUNTON BUILDING SOCIETY. ESTABLISHED 1857. HEAD OFFICKS 3, HAMMET STRFET, TAUNTON Secretary: MR. R. A. Goodman. SUMS OF MONEY are ready to be advanced on k3 security of any description of REAL PROPERTY, HOUSES or LAND on the most equitable terms. The principal and interest re- payable 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, as above, or to | MR. JAMES WILLIAMS, Market Square, Milford Haven, 3094 Agent for the Society. THE SWANSEA MERCANTILE BANK, Ltd., OF 18, PARK STREET, SWANSEA MAKE CASH ADVANCES DAILY FROM £ 5 to £500 TO FARMERS and ALL CLASSES of respectabl householders upon their own Note of HaLd and other kinds of securities. ALL TRANSACTIONS STRICTLY PRIVATE Apply to- H. B. JONES, Manager or W. D. PHILLIPS, Auctioneer, Haverfordwest, Local Representative. Personal attendance every Wednesday afternoon, an at other times by special appointment, at Victoria-road opposite the Dock-gates, Milford Haven. 16 CASH ADVANCED OX PROMISSORY NOTE ALOXE Without sureties or the usual money-lending routine, by A wealthy feivate gextlemax, to Ladies, Gentlemen, Officers. Clerervmen. Farmers and Tradesmen. i £ 2~) monthly £ 2 10 0 j £ 50 monthly £ o 0 0 I £ 7» monthly £ 7 10 0 £ 100 monthly £ 10 0 0 £ '250 monthly £ 25 0 0 £ •">00 monthly £ 50 (I 0 Address H. Levis, :27, Charles-street, Cardiff. Life Policies and Reversions bovoiit OR advances arranged thereon. Avoid PROFESSIOAI. Moxey-lexdees. £ "> TO X15000. Interest :2. 611. in THE £1. W. JACKSON, 70, Plymouth Grove, Manchester. Tel. 234 Iiusholme. 432 ?SS?-??-?? rr;  !)!) IMi USK G?E? BUSS ?A ?S????'!H??S BY PEOPLE IN ??<?i< L 0 C. LIT Y 1sT II l: l?P(?()I:'ritAT THI f rv.Moo noi"si-:uoLi) ke.mki>y 1 H \LL THAT IS CLAI.MLI) I "Oí, 1" -■ "I i  N Ic c:d sutler "ith I 8 )\! ?'?nmatism. Dyspepsia. Lher Trubk. kidney Dis- I t ?rJn s. Cftunh. Diabetes, Cnsti- I i ??!)?n. LC7cma or any aitme?t I S .nim??rc'tnimrurer'?ou- Out; -• —  MAI!VE HERBS ?i???? ?.? j BLISS NATIVE HERBS ? ——————. ——————————" g taKen each Ja) ?H! ?uic?)y put t 6 1hc most weahcncd s-ste?n in t I pcrfeet order. Each root, herb B arid bark in its composition has I a special mission to perform. [ I neli box ol the remedy contains t ■;?OU Tablets for 4 and a Regis- tered liaarant.:c to C t' n] "T Money Kef untied. A 32 Page A I m a" n a c tells the story 1 1111 AK?/0 O. m?SS CO"- Mgk ?B !??, LO?t'O?. ?.C., ARE t? M SOLI. MAKERS or BLISS N A'I'l N* 11 W NATIVE HERBS W SOLD O-IZLY BY- NURSE A. PHILLIPS,- MILLBROOK LODGE, M KEAE II A YEKFOED WEST. 3t8 JOHN HENRY EVANS-? M A S 0 N Begs to inform the Public that he has REMOVED FROM G, XORTH STREET, TO — io, GLOUCESTER TERRACE, — At which Address all Orders will receive prompt attention. CHIMXEYS SWEPT OX THE SHORTEST XOTICE. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR EVERY KIXD OF MASON WORK. KOTICE JOHN THOMAS, — WINCH LANE, — MASON, BUILDER & CONTRACTOR, Begs to inform the Public that he has —— REMOVED TO i No. 5, Bush Row, St. Thomas Greco Haverfordwest, Where he will continue to give his best care and attention to all Orders entrusted to him. CHIMNEYS SWEPT OX THE SHORTEST NOTICE. rLLASE X OTE THE ADDRESS. BOIUHJGH OF THE TOWN AND COUNTY OF HAVERFORDWEST. FAIRS FOR 1907. rp1 HE FAIRS for 1907 -k-,Il be held as follow* _L unless unforeseen circumstances shall make an alteration necessary.- JANUARY Tuesday, 8th. FEBRUARY Tuesday, 12th. MAHCU .Tuesday, 19th. APRIL .Tuesday, 9th. A-A-Y Tuesday, 14th. JUNE (for Wool & Stock), Tuesday, 11th. JULY Tuesday, 9th. AUGUST Tuesday, 13th. SEPTEMBER Friday, 6th. SEPTEMBER. Tuesday, 17th. OCTOBER (Hiring) Saturday, 5th. OCTOBER Tuesday, 22nd. NOVEMBER Tuesday, 12th. DECEMBER .Tuesday, 10th. THE PIG FAIRS Will be held on the day after the Cattle Fairs. Dealers and others attending the Haverfordweet Fairs are hereby cautioned rtgjust the practice of Lacerating with a Knife or other Lir-trumeut for the purpose of Marking any animal. aud Notice is Hereby Given, that under Statute 12 and 13 Victoria, Cap. 92, all persons found Lacerating any Anima will be liable to a Penalty of L5. JAMES REYNOLDS. Mayor. Haverfordwest, Nov. 9th, 1906. PESCE EXVELOPES for Churches and Chapels r 25 3d per lOOO.Telegraph" Office, &verfordweI