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EXCELSIOR SCOTCH J J. J t= WHISKY. We have esaraiued analytically this hlend of Scotch Whisky, and find it to be unusually pure, of excellent flavour, and well matured. Recommended with confi- dence as a safe and palatable stimulant for the sick and convalescent."—Vrnctiiioner, Edited by T. LAUDE BBUNTON, M.D., LL.D., &c. j EQUALS, if it does not Surpass, any Brand before the Market,"—British hxport .Journal, SOLE PROPRIETORS— MALLGRAYE BROS., LLANELLY THE SWANSEA MERCANTILE BANK, Ltd., OF 18, PARK STREET, SWANSEA MAKE CASH ADVANCES DAILY FROM S5 to F,500 TO FARMERS and ALL CLASSES of respec;,Pbl householders upon their own Note of Hand 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 afternout, an at other times by specia appointmtu-t,, at Yictorin-road opposite the Dock-gates, Milford Haven. 16 THE TAUNTON BUILDING SOCIETY. ESTABLISHED 1857. HEAD OFFICES 3, HAMMET STREET, TAUNTON Secretary: MR. R. A. GOODMAN. SUMS OF MONEY are ready to be advanced on security of any description of REAL PROPERTY, HOUSES or LAND on the most equitable terms. The principal and interest re- payable by Monthly Instalments. 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 Mll JOHN II. DAY, 121, Charles Street, Milford Haven, 3094 Agent for the Society. NEW BRISTOL STEAMER. THE WATERFORD STEAMSHIP COM- P ANY'S LIMITED, New 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, &c. Fro-m Cumberland Basin, Bristol Calling at MILFORD HAVEN. Friday. Mayi 7 6.30 p.m. Friday. 14 12.0 noon Friday 21 6.30 p.m. Friday. „ 28 12.0 noon Goods received in Bristol every Thursday at load- ing berth, City Quay, 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.-All Emptier carried free mast be distinctly understood to be conveyed solely at Owner's Risk, unless Freight be paid on same. To ensure shipment Goods must V, 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 offices. 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. MAY, 1909. The undermentioned Steamers will sail (unless pre- vented by any unforeseen circumstance) with or without Pilots and with liberty to tow. DIRECT STEAM COMMUNICATION between the following ports as under:- THB FIRST-CLASS NEW STEEL 8.8 "PRESTONIAN," or other suitable vessel). From Bristol for Milford With liberty to call at any port in Bristol Channel May o'clock. May o'clock. Tuesday -1. 12 night I Tuesday 18 12 night Tuesday 11 8 night I ruesday 2o 8 night Tuesday, 1st June 12 night From Milford for Liverpool. May o'clock May o'clock Wednesday J 12 noon I Wednesday 19 12 noon Wednesday 12 iS more Wednesday 26 8 morn I Wednesday, 2d June 12 noon The b.S. SUNLIGHT," or other suitable vessel). Irom Liverpool for Milford. May o'clock May o'clock Tuesday 4 (i night Tuesday 18 8 night Tuesday 11 12 mght I Tuesday 25 12 night Tueada y, 1st June 8 night The Steam Barges "Cleddau" and" Pennar are intended to ply on Milford Haven, in connection wiI the above Steamers carrying ?ooda to and from P?' broke Dock, Haverfordwest, and he ?adj?acent t=n?d Wtert0 first, as may be deemed mo8t eipednt. A few Passengers carried by arrangement. Loading Berth at Liveool-TrafalgaL' Dock. All Empties on which no freight has been P?d are carried at Owner's risk. ne 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' crther 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, 8wansea. J. PHILLIPS Agent, Milford. FAST ??My Service from Liverool Lux- ?"? ?mmodation in a N classes at ?'-M. Only four days open LINE TO ^aP^m'-grants met at iverpoor bv  B?' grauts met at Liverpoof b Canaaian ?ci6c ONciats. For Sail, I ANADA mgs, pamphlets and mformation as to opportumttes in Cauada, Apply to Ca8dlan Pacific Radway, 18, St. Augustine's Parade, imstol, or local agents everywhere. i ¡Jfi;Z:1:t'r' '¡J"Yi4éF:z J I i f 4/ pflg j ?'!?&??????'??/? S '-t;;¡ TO-DAY I l 250,00 ??St?N??S??'? delighted wearers have written endoralq Jl H. samu 3bold claim that his world-fz 'E4A? ACME" 25/- ?Br ? ??!M)E. LEVER ?0 j  w ?M?. ? !B the most sensational value In Watch..? ever offered*  OVER TWO M)LUON" ACMES" ARE IN WEAR, ?'?B? VLV /j?f ) and this fact in itself alone is overwhelming testimony that Mf\jL??? /? ,? this marvellous timekeeper is actually all it is claimed to be. (fmI \m\ 'ACME /With Its impregnable dust and damp-proof cap, patent ACME' balance and patent barrel the ACHE towers above aR „ 1 |iy) SILVER ??? ? ?t others, Lhasa patent Improvementa SU.VER being embodied In H. .,Fetlon Watches alone. The Vk ensure maryellous RBAD I 0 accuracy, After 25 yeay3 and use of an tcally a ,ACIYIE" one SILVER lIretlme's wear.  ?"-??? 2/- ?er'?v.? ?IS? ??\???? esign. in 2 Gold, r7t/m 6. mifl j I chaser receives I Watch could BROOCH, Pretty 7ilL FREE GIFT not be 9ot at I Oof a MASSIVB BOLID SILVER {??6?? ??"! X?????\????JSRNVa ?????! AL BABRT. A startling addition I 1 to the splendid value offered. õ- WRITB NOW!  use Lad.U L'S large sssse/e FREE BOOK OF ?SMtW?? ??-?  ?F? J!l !ct with beautiful stones 3000 BARGAINS ?M?9?3 ???[ ?? (worth 10/0). Month's Trial with any article. Wn?''1  ?-?  J Handsome FREE PRIZES for all buyers. <?  ?-?\.?? ? 'S ? i/J I U MUllin 200 Market St  WARNING. i I 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 Glomore7 Old Imperial or the Doonmorey Blend and whereas the said James Williams has 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, j Solicitor for James Williams, 32, Stepney Street, Llanelly. WARNING. Messieurs JULES GRAMMONT ET CIE, OF COGNAC, Shippers of pure Grape French Brandies, hereby Give Notice that they will Prosecute all Persons found refilling bottles bearing their One Star, Two Star, or Three Star gold 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 enable them successfully to prosecute the Persons engaged in such fraudulent dealings. WILLIAM HOWELL, Solicitor for Messieurs Jules Grammont et Cie, 32, Stepney Street, Llanelly. ENGLISH & AMERICAN ARTIFICIAL TEETH- MESSRS. EDWARD ENGLAND, LTD., CAN BE INTERVIEWED DAILY AT CHESTER HOUSE, 8, PIOTOISI PLAOE, Haverfordwest, also at Mr. John's, Stationer, 3, Victoria Place, New Bridge, Haverfordwest Every alternate SATURDAY, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., next visit MAY 29. AND WILL ATTEND AT Mr. Meyler's, Chemist, Charles Street, Milford Haven, every Tuesday. At Mr. Meyler's, Chemist, Main Street, Fishguard, i every other Thursday-next visit May 20. ESTIMATES FREE. Teeth supplied from one tooth to a complete set. Single tooth from f,3. Set, Upper or Lower, 50s. Our charges for Artificial Teeth include extraction, and all materials are guaranteed and kept in order free of charge. We believe that the success which has attended us in the past is due to the fact that we have always studied the comfort of to^er *,«, ud « the best MATERIALS OBTAINABLE. Teeth Extracted with Nitrous Oxide Gas, and Extractions by Hypodirmic Injection. JOHNSTON BRICK WORKS. ORDINARY RED BRICKS, PRESSED FACING BRICKS, BUFFS, FLOORING SQUARES, &O., ALWAYS IN STOCK. For Prices apply to the For Pr i ce,, al)ply to the MANAGER, 1513 The Johnston Brick Works, Haverfordwest South Wales. I I? 3 LIVING '<.rjl tN j;oi:e;l1;¡; > ii, -iter simplicity. The ) ?imofth.;ii..?? ? h is racily to make lEe ie^s complex, less J) tc) COLI"ex, lees )) Beec^a's Pill3 aro thoroughly modern U n in this respect, for t&eir uafaiilng eti??ect is t? c?rc those (lsorders of tho Liver, ( Stomach, and Bowels, which so greatly h ( increase the mep?urs of our troubles )) aad di3:culties. Ex'step.ce ?Lich, u?der ) the 67il 2:&U of iUhealth may appear () U r?rd and gloomy, will beco?-"e {( aid ijleasant I BY TAKING J U Beeonsm's Fills. Ho?eTer muh hum?u || i?enuicy may do to maile lim less of a li f( tka tiian who is suffering from )) )) any derangement of the digestive organs ()( ) (( viil always find livir;; a heavier burden (( than he would oth. r. se do. Tc-iiimlife jj ( wm alwYs b3 mur? of a pain?ul duty j) ({ tln'ia.cel?ht. It is, indcecl, a myzt8ry wWl')- ha should continue to allow bilius- ()() ? ness, dyspepsia, disordered liver, smg- ? sis'? kif?ieys, o.nd the accompanying loss 5/ ?{ o? nerve-pwer to overKh?dow his happi- H nens, when a certain remedy for all his ()( ) ? roubles is to be found in ( Ii BÊECH¡M':Š I i L L II P'b,   St. He l ens.  y Thomas Beecham, St. Helens, < e S?!d in boxes, Price j /J??T\ ? (56 pins) & 2 3 (168 pi1!s). ?. ? GIGANTIC SALE OF PI AN OS. TWO ENORMOUS STOCKS TO BE SOLD AT UN-HEARD OF PRICES Mostly New Instruments, but many only Slightly used. PIANOS BY ALL MAKERS. SPECIAL LISTS NOW READY. Write for one to-day, FREE. Duck, Son & Pinker, Pulteney Bridge, BATH. Terms of Payment arranged to suit all buyers. OLD PIANOS EXCHANGED. MR. CHAS. BULMER, F.R.C.O., L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M. PIANO), Honorary Local Examiner for the Royal College of Music Scholarships; also frow the Virgil Clavier School of Pianoforte Playing, London. ,r PROFESSOR OF MUSIC. Pupils' Successss in Trinity College Exams. In June 1907: Senior Honours and Intermediate Honours. In former years: 1902. Senior Honours 1904, Senior Honours (Piano); 1905, A.T.C.L. 1906 Senior Honours (Theory) and Senior Honours (Organ): Also many successes in Higher and Local Examinations in former years. ADDRESS HANOVER HOUE1 10, QUAY STREET HAVERFORDWEST. It SIGHT TESTING. Your Eyesight is the most im- portant faculty you have. Your existence depends on it: your personal comfort and your pleasure. Some people have bad eyesight and never know it. They just suffer constant headaches, feel always nervous and overtired, and miss half the beauty in the world. The Testing of Eyes is not a matter of guess-work, nor is it a matter of trying on pairs of ready- made glasses. It it is a science governed by principles, which none but a person who has studied the anatomy of the eye can understand. No guess-work in our method of Testing the Eye. If you think your eyesight could be improved call and see us. D. PANTALL, QUALIFIED OPTICIAN, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, 11, MARKET STREET, HAVERFORDWEST, AND HIGH STREET, NEYLAND. WILLIAM JONES, AUCTIONEER & VALUER, BUCKINGHAM HOUSE, HIGH STREET, HAVERFORDWEST, Begs to inform his friends and clients that he has OPENED A BRAXCH OFFICE at No. 64, CHARLES STREET MILFORD HAVEN. During the Lí years he has been in practice he has heen successful in realising best prices aud relies upon his long experience and prompt settlements to recommend hiui for a continuance of public patronage. SALES IMMEDIATELY CASHED IF DESIRED. March 1st, 1909. 92 T. H. JACKS, 85, PORTFIELD, HAVERFORDWEST The oldest and most practical Cycle Repairer in Town. MAKER OF THE "ALBERT TOWN" CYCLES. Machines built to order with any grade fittings. ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS DOXE AT LOWEST PRICES. PLATING AND ENAMELLING. i Tyres, Tubes, and all Accessories in Stock at Lowest Prices. What you get for your Money is as important as the amount you pay. Two & Three-Speed Gear fitted to any Cycle. BOROUGH OF THE TOWN AND COUNTY OF HAVERFORDWEST. FAIRS FOR 1909. THE FAIRS for 1909 *¥ill be held as follows i l be held is followh X unless unforeseen circumstances shall make an alteration necessary:— JANUARY Tuesday, I L, th. FEBRUARY. Tuesday, 9th. MARCH Tuesday, 16th. APRIL Tuesday, 13th. MAY.Tuesday, 11th. JUNE (for Wool & Stock), Tuesday, 8th. JULY* Tuesday, 13th. AUGUST. Tuesday, 10th. SEPTEMBER Monday, 6th. SEPTEMBER Tuesday, 21st. OCTOBER (Hiring; Tuesday, 5th. OCTOBER Tuesday, 19th NOVEMBER. Tuesday, 9th, DEOEMBEH .Tuesday, 14th. THE PIG FAIRS Will be held on the day after the Cattle Fairs. Dealers and others attending the Haverfordwest Fairs are hereby cautioned against the practice oi Lacerating with a Knife or other Instrument for h purpose of Marking any animal, and 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. ISAIAH REYNOLDS, Mayor. Haverfordwest, Nov. 9th, 190S. FRED LLOYD & Co., Builders & Contractors, UNDERTAKERS, &c.) 1 17, CHARLES STREET, MILFORD HAVEN (OPPOSITE MARKET SQUARE), Begs to inform the public that they give UNDERTAKING Particular Attention. Funerals Furnished throughout in the lliOSt efficient ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT AND PERSONAL ATTENTION No connection with any other firm of same name, FREEHOLD LAND AND HOrSES FOR SALE 1105 WILLIAM JENKINS, Coal Merchant. YARD Adjoining QUAY STORES MILFORD HAVEN. JkaT NUT COAL ALWAYS IN STOCK. Orders for Coal a.nd Culm received on the premises. TASKER' S High School for Girls, HAVERFORDWEST. Headmistress: Miss M. E. JONES, B.A. (Wales) (Assisted by Highly Qualified Mistresses). FEES.— £ 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 r W. PHILLIPS, Solicitor, Tower Hill, Clerk to the Governors. Term began Tuesday, April 27. Wm. Evans & Sons, FOUNDRY, BRIDGE STREET, HAVERFORDWEST, FOR BRASS & IRON CASTINGS. THE BEST PRICES GIVEN- FOR OLD SCRAP IRON, BRASS, COPPER, LEAD, c. SACKFUL OF RATS. MR. CARLETON, Chemist, Lame, writes: A customer got a sackful of Rats after using custom" er R TPOISON. Slaughters muhona. No escape. Extermioahon sure. Prices: M, I/ 2/ 35/ post, 2d. HARLEY, CHEMIST, PERTH. Agents-F. D. Phillips, Chemist, Haverfordwest, L. J. Meyler, Chemist, Milford Haven. 5il W. F. THOMAS & Co., BEG TO INFORM THEIR NUMEROUS PATRONS THAI THEIR PORTFIELD Modern Hygienic MACHINE BAKERY IS WORKING DAILY, And that during the whole process of mixing, the BREAD and CAKE is UNTOUCHED BY HAND. Machines Press the Fruit Free from Grit and Stalk. Sifts the Flour. A TEMPERING TANK conveys the Water direct from the to lue Machiues. An ENGINE conveys • ue motor power and the whole operation is scientifically accurate and automatic. The result is perfection in making and in purity. Try our Exceisis" Fruit Cake at 6d. per lb. XMAS CAKES UNEQUALLED IN VALUE. MINCE PIES, SAVOY MOULDS (Ornamented or Plain). sw- FRENCH AND ENGLISH PASTRIES. PETIT FOURS. Richly Ornamented Dessert Cakes, Shortbread, Ac., FROM THOMAS & Co., THE PORTFIELD MACHINE BAKERY. THE HOUSE FOR CHOICE SELECTED MANGOLD, SWEDE, TURNIP, RAPE, MUSTARD, AND ALL KINDS OF AGRICULTURAL SEEDS AT MODERATE PRICES. J- L- JEN"KIN"S BRIDGE ST., HAVERFORDWEST. T. PALMER, HAY AND CORN MERCHANT, LIVERY STABLES, HAULIER AND CONTRACTOR, Wood Yard, Pill, and Station Road, MILFORD HAVEN. HIGH-CLASS DRESSMAKING AT MODERATE PRICES J. LLEWELLYN PHILLIPS LATE DAYIES i EYANS, Begs to announce that he has secured the services of a highly nuaiined West End Fitter from Madam Pyne's. Kensington, and can guarantee that all orders will receive careful attention. WEDDING AND MOURNING ORDERS EXEcrTED AT THE SHORTEST OTrCE. PLEASE NOTE ADDRESS— Cleddau House, High Street, Haverfordwest (OPPOSITE POST OFFICE). HIGH CLASS GROCERY FEATURES OF THE ST. ISHMAEL'S SHOP: Quality, Low Prices, Freshness, Variety. NO INFERIOR OR STALE STOCK SOLD! j Home=made Sweets manufactured on the Premises. Choicest Ingredients only used. Absolute Parity Guaranteed. SHOPS SUPPLIED AT WHOLESALE RATES. XOTE ADDRESS- HUGH GEORGE, 2, UPPER MARKET STREET, HAVERFORDWEST. BACK TO THE LAND! BUT GET TOUR AGRICULTURAL SEEDS 1 ROM ISAIAH REYNOLDS. —-— Seed Potatoes, Seed Barley, Seed Tartar Oats, April Wheat. Vetches, Clover and Grass Seeds, Finest Scotch Tartarian Oats, Finest Scotch White Oats, and Edward Packard's celebrated Prize Manures, &c., &c., at the Corn, Seed, and Manure Stores, Swan Square, Haverfordwest.