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TO SHOW SECRETARIES. Established over 60 Years The PUGSLEY TENT & PENNING Co., LIMITED, DOCK STREET, NEWPORT, Mon. Dog Benching and Poultry Penning. MARQUEES, TENTS, FLAGS. DECORATIONS &c., FOR SALE OR HIRE. Telegraphic Address:— National Telephone "Pugsley, Newport, Mon." No. 72. W. H. EDWARDS, 7, PRIORY STREET, MILFORD HAVEN. Electrical and Mechanical Engineer. Electric Lighting, Repairs and New Installations. Estimates Free. Distance no object. Agent for Crossley's Gas and Oil Engines, &c. All information given free. Enquiries and Orders promptly attended to. THE SWANSEA MERCANTILE BANK, Ltd., or 18, PARK STREET, SWANSEA MAKE CASH ADVANCES DAILY FIU M &5 to F,500 TO FARMERS and ALL CLASSES of respecuibl householders upon their own Note of Hai.d 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 specia i appointment, at Victoria-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 MR. JOHN H. DAY, 121, Charles Street, Milford Haven, 3094 Agent for the Society. NEW BRISTOL STEAMER. THE WATERFOKD STEAMSHIP COM- PANY'S AJIMITED, Ilew and Powerful Passenger and Cargo Steamer Menapia, 1,000 tons, Or other vossel is intended to sail from BRISTOL every FRIDAY carrying cargo for HAVERFORD- WEST, MILFORD, NEW MILFORD, PEM- BROKE DOCK. PEMBROKE, &c. From Cumberland Basio, Bristol:- Calling at MILFORD HAVEN. Friday. May G 2.0 p.m. Friday. ,,13 7.30 p.m. Friday. » 20 2.0 p.m. Friday. >> 27 6.0 p.m. Goods received in Bristol every Thursday at load- Ing berth, City Quav, 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 Empties carried free must be distinctly understood to be conveyed solely at Owner's Risk, unless Freight be paid on same. To ensure shipment Goods must h 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, 1910. 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 following ports as under:- THE FIBBT-CLASS NEW STEBL 8.8 "FRESTONIAN," or other suitable vessel). Ifrom Bristol for Milford With liberty to call at any port in Bristol Channel May o'clock. May o'clock. Tuesday 3 11 night I Tuesday 17 10 night Tuesday 10 12 night ) Tuesday 24 12 night I Tuesday 31 9 night From Milford for Liverpool. May o'clock May o'clock Wednesday 4 11 morn I Wednesday 18 10 morn Wednesday 11 12 noon Wednesday 25 12 noon I Wednesday June i 9 morn The b.S. SUNLIGHT," or other suitable vessel) trom, Liverpool for iifilford. May o'clock May o'clock Tuesday 3 4 after I Tuesday 17 5 night Tuesday 10 10 night Tuesday 24 9 night I Tuesday 31 12 night The Steam Barges Cleddau" and "Penna.r." are ntended to ply on Milford Haven, in connection with the above Steamers carrying Goods to and from Pem- broke Dock, Haverfordweat, 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. N oTICB:- 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 Passengers and the owners of the Goods respectively. For: c-rther particulars see small bills, or apply to John Bacon, Limited, 3 & 4, Oriel Chambers, 14, Water- treet, Liverpool John Bacon Lmtd., Bristol John Bacon Limited, Swansea. J. PHILLIPS Agent, Milford. i T. PALMER, HAY AND CORN MERCHANT, LIVERY STABLES, HAULIER AND CONTRACTOR, Wood Yard, Pill, and Station Road, MILFORD HAVEN. PLANTING SEASON, 19IP. Treseder. Be Co., Nurserymen & Landscape Gardeners, TRURO, CORNWALL, Wish to say they have many Acres of beautiful Hardy Shrubs, Roses, Fruit Trees and liardy Perennial Flowering Plants, and that as Mr. J. Q. Treseder is staying at the Fishguard Bay Hotel, will be glad if communications are addressed to him there. Mr. Treseder will be glad to advise any Lady or Gentleman on the subject of improving or laying-out Gardens. PLEASE NOTEI ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN Millinery, Blouses, Costumes, Pelisses, Dress Goods, Fancy Drapery &c., &c., ARE NOW BEING SHOWN BY J. Llewellyn Phillips, I (Late DAVIES & EVANS,) THE NOTED HOUSE FOR DRESSMAKING. PLEASE NOTE ADDRESS: Cleddau House, High Street, Haverfordwest, (OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE). W. F. THOMAS & Co., BEG TO INFORM THEIR NUMEROUS PATRONS I THAT THEIR PODTFIELD 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 fint and Stalk. Sifts the Flour. A TEMPERING TANK conveys the Water direct from the Pipes to the Machines. An ENGINE conveys the motor power and the whole operation is scientifically accurate and automatic. The result is perfection in making and in purity. Try our "Excelsis" Fruit Cake at 6d. per lb. XMA5 CAKES UNEQUALLED IN VALUE. MINCE PIES, SAVOY MOULDS (Ornamented or Plain). Itir FRENCH AND ENGLISH PASTRIES. PETIT FOURS. Richly Ornamented Dessert Cakes, Shortbread, &c.v FROM THOMAS & Co., THE PORTFIELD MACHINE BAKERY. ENGLISH & AMERICAN ARTIFICIAL TEETH. MESSRS. EDWARD ENGLAND, LTD., CAN BE INTERVIEWED DAILY AT CHESTER HOUSE, 8, PIOTON PLACE, 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 14. AND WILY. ATTEND AT Mr. Meyler's, Chemist, Charles Street, Milford Haven, every Tuesday. At Mr. Meyler's, Chemist, Main Street, Fishguard, every other Thursday-next visit May 6. ESTIMATES FREE. Teeth supplied from one tooth to a complete set. Single tooth from 5s. 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 clients together with keeping our fees as moderate aa possible, and we guarantee 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, See., ALWAYS IN STOCK. For Prices apply to the MANAGER, The Johnston Brick Works, 1513 Haverfordwest. South Wales. ¡ '> .>' 4 < I Ckcerfntncii 1 is one of the most potent forces in the world. To realise the truth of this it is only necessary to observe the change which takes place in a company of people after the entrance of a really cheerful person. They become transformed in spite of themselves from being bored and depressed creatures into merry, laughing, satisfied mor- tals. The priceless blessing of cheerfulness can rarely be the possession 01 any but those who enjoy immunity from.ain and disease. The person who is suffering from dyspepsia or any form of stomach, liver or kidney trouble cannot hope to be the pleasant, lively, attractive sort of individual he should be. Consequently if you are affected by that wretched depression arising from indigestion, you should seek at once to regain health & cheerfulness by taking ?M?am? J ? jMr? ts j i WILLIAM JENKINS, j Coal Merchant. ] YARD Adjoining QUAY STORES MILFORD HAVEN. FFFI- NUT COAL ALWAYS IN STOCK. Orders for Coal and Culm received on the premises Miss ETHEL CRUCIG, L.R.A.M., A.T.C.L., Is prepared to take Pupils for Pianoforte and Theory, at her own or Pupil's residence. —— Term begins on APRIL lltb, 1910, —— but New Pupils may commence at any part of the Term. Terms on application to Address given below, ASHTON HOUSE, HAKIN, MILFORD HAVEN 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 perssn 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. TASKER'S High School for Girls, HAVERFORDWEST. Headmistress: Miss i E. JONES, B.A. (Wales) (Assisted by Highly Qualified Mistresses). FRU.-il 6s. 8d. per Terta; 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 Yrf W. PHILLIPS, Solicitor, Tower Hill, Clerk to the Governors. The School re-opens on Thursday, May 5th, at 9 a.m. MR. CHAS. BULMER, F.R.C.O., L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M. PIANO), Honorary Local ExatDiner for the Royal College of Music Scholarships; a160 from the Virgil Clavier School of Pianoforte Playing, London. PROFESSOR OF MUSIC. Pupils' Successes in Trinity College Exams.: In June 1907: Senior Honours and Intermediate Honours. In former 16: 1902, Senior Honours 1904, Senior Honours (Piano) 1905, A.T.C.L.; 1906, Senior Honours (Theory) and Senior Honours (Organ). Also mauy successes in Iligher and Local Examinations in former years. ADDRESS HANOVER HOUSE* 10, QUAY STREET, | HAVERFORDWEST. PIANOS. ALTHOUGH COMPETITION IS KEENER THAN EVER WE SELL MORE PIANOS THAN EVER. WHY? Because we supply better value than any other House in the West of England. Will you let us prove this to you by sending for our New Catalogue and List of Special Bargains To-day. | Duck, Son & Pinker The Great Piano Merchants, BATH. WATCHES 1 OF PRECISION & QUALITY | § | LIKE THOSE MADE BY | J. W. BENSON, Ltd., ARE A PURCHASE !'OR A LiFi.T!?"; ? The bes" ?;'?C?'S of o;-olo", the fi;iest a;iii the in- ? I herited skill of 7??'M?s <T/ JVateh i K'o? all ?';? to ?? //?;?t //<t- I Mcs? Pt'?c? H??/?s ?/' /?' ?. | ITS (-I I JF.-1 TC II E S Cali tain I ill- ^0 I j conducing to ?   ??? ii ?M??CCMr?', D II r a b i l i ty, sive itthee p ??jS?????.??? ? which sAc?/? be the main features in Watch work, and no other firm can equal them. Owners write that the "Field," "Ludgate& "Bank" Watches are of "INCOMPARABLE EXCELLENCE." "PERFECT SAFETY" GOLD WATCH BRACELETS. j. W. BENSON, LTD.. Have made a speeiai study of these charming ornaments, and their "Perfect Safety" Bracelets now contain many important im- provements to be found only in their make, the result being that they warrant them as fine timekeepers, not subject to the usual ills that most Watch Bracelets suffer from. They fit any size wrist, and are made in several qualities, from [6 to £25, or, set with Gems, from £17 to [200. These are sold at strictly moder- ate prices for Cash, or on "The Times" System of MONTHLY PAYMENTS. Fully illustrated and priced Books, No. i, Watches from f 2, Expanding Bracelets, Rings from [I, Jcwel- lery, &c. No. 2, Plate, Clocks, Silver Goods, &c., will be sent post free, or a selection will be sent to intending buyers at our Risk and Expense. J. W. BENSON, Ltd., Factory 62 & 64, LUDGATE HILL, E.C. 25, OLD BOND STREET, w., AXD 28, ROYAL EXCHANGE, E.C. MOTOR CAR FOR HIRE. First class Hotel Accommodation. Terms on application to MRS. HEDLEY, CASTLE HOTEL, HAVERFORDWEST. TELEPHONE No. 4, RECORD RAT REMEDY. RODINE Rat Poison is the most powerful Rat Ul Destroyer. Swift and deadly. Kills Bats on the spot, dry up, leaves no stneU. A chemical marvel. Kuls millions annually. No failure, trouble or mess. Rats like it, eat it and die. 6d, & post,2d. HARLEY, CHEMIST, PERTH. Agents-F. D. Phillips, Chemist, Haverfordwest; L. J. Meyler, Chemist, Milford Haven. TOWER HILL, HAVERFORDWEST. PRICE & DAVIES (Successors to the late firm of Price & Russell), Paperhangers, Painters, Glaziers, DECORATORS, And LEAD LIGHT WORKERS. All kinds of Gilding Work executed. A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF WALL PAPERS. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. DEW STREET FOR VALUE 1 SPRING AND SUMMER, 1910. r Reliable Goods at Reasonable Prices. WELSH FLANNELS.—We stock the productions of the best manufacturers in the Principality. DRESSMAKING.—Under competent management. Newest Goods in Dress, Costume Cloths and Delaines. The St. Margaret" and Wolsey Blouses Stocked. CLOTHING.—Suits for Men and Boys- Ready-made, or to measure. UNDERCLOTHING.—We specialize in Shirts and Pants of our own make. KNITTING.-Special Orders executed. Fancy Wools for Gents' Knicker Hose. WILLIAM EV ANS, (THE FLANNEL SHOP). 35 and 37, Dew Street, Haverfordwest. WE ARE AT THE TOP OF THE TOWN Not only in situation, but also in value. HUG H GEORGE, Grocer and Provision Merchant, ST. ISHMAEL'S SHOP, Upper Market Street, Haverfordwest. Home=made Sweets manufactured on the Premises. Choicest Ingredients only used. Absolute Purity Guaranteed. THE NATION Every Saturday, 6d.; or 26s. per annum, post free. I THE NATION keeps its readers in touch with Liberal thought and with new or interesting movements in politics and social affairs, furnishing them at the same time with serious, independent, and authoritative criticism in its articles on religion, art, and literature. It is fresh in style, varied in subject, and commands the most brilliant staff of writers in London. It makes a special feature of domestic and external politics of foreign nations, of poetry, of dramatic criticism, while its reviews are contributed by writers of unequalled authority in their special subjects. PUBLISHING OFFICE 14, HENRIETTA STREET, COVENT GARDEN, W.C. Over 100 well protected PRIVATE BILL POSTING STATIONS IN TOWN AND COUNTRY Best. Positions. Main Thoroughtares. PEMBROKE DOCKBTLL-POSTING Co. AMALGAMATED WRRN B. M. DAVIES & Co., AXD RICHARD HARRIES. T. DA VIES, Pembroke Dock, Manager. THE RECOGNISED BILL-POSTERS AND ADVERTISING AGENTS FOR THE COUNTY. Established since 1866. Ø" All Orders promptly attended to. Orders and Posters received at Cambrian House, Pembroke Dock, and 14, St. Thomas Green, Haver- fordwest. Circulars carefully delivered from house to house in Haverfordwest by HICHAED HARRIES. Motto-Reliable Work and Courteous Treatment. Â" 0 IMPORTANT TO MSTHERS!? ??E'.et'v mother who va.]"?s U:e Health 'i': J ?? Cleanliness of her cmid Bhouid use Y ? ?MF??M? A UReliable" POMADE Nursery One application kills all Xits and Vermin. beauulies and strengthens the Hair. v III Tins, 42.d. & 91. lJostat;o Id. p A A SOLD BY ALI. T NRI.NSTS. Insist on having HABP'>OX's POMADE. W' Y CEO. W. HARRISON, CHEMIST, READING. Agents;- C Milford Raven-J. T. JONES, Chemist, Charles Street. Neyland-G. H. APPLEBY. lgh Street. Haverfordwest-J. L. JENKINS. Chemist. Fishguard-THOMAS LEWIS, Chemist. Goodwick-PRILLIPS & MEYLER, Chemists. ATS MICE, MOLES, COCKROACHES and BEETLES greedily eat Harrisonli3 11 Reliable Rat Poison. Cats and dogs will not touch it. Vermin dry up and leave no smell. Prices 6d, Is, 28 3d, and 3S Sd, Postage 2d.—G. W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reaeing. I Sold by Chemists. Agent for Haverfordwest-F. D. PHILLIFS. Chemist, 26, Market Street. Agent for Milford Haven—J. D. HAEBIES, Chemist. You cau les'ij n't- IF.- ofijiual c'il'jt' B Do n't easily and tmuu-aUy by "SIUG F Dv? HARRISON'S Dye S?r RESTORER.! Q Color H 1 Quite Harmless and KeauUW g Jn Bottles 1/6. Postage 2d. I U_» Sold by C???t??. I al r 0 vf. HARRISON, M.P.S., j mair Specln)ist. KKATH^I- G Agents for Haverfordwest F. D. [Phillips, Chemist, and J. L. Jenkins, Bridge Street. Oarmartben-Thomas Davies, 7 Guildhall-sqaare, also 4, Market Place, Llany- bythan. > lIS FRED LLOYD & Co., Builders & Contractors, UNDERTAKERS, &c., 17, CHARLES STREET, MILFORD HAVEN (OPPOSITE MARKET SQUARE), Begs to inform the public that they give UNDERTAKING Particular Attention. Funerals Furnished throughout in the mo efifcient manner. ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT AND PERSONAL ATTENTION, No connection with any other firm of same name, FREEHOLD LAND AND HOUSES FOR SALE 1165 BOROUGH OF THE TOWN AND COUNTY OF HAVERFORDWEST. FAIRS FOR 1910. THE FAIRS for 1910 will be held as follows JL unless unforeseen circumstances shall make an alteration necessary:— "TA-NUARY Tuesday, I lth. FEBRUARY Tuesday, 15th- MARCH Tuesday, 15th. APRIL. Tuesday, 12th. MAY Tuesday, 10th. JUNE (for Wool & Stock), Tuesday, 14th. JULY .Tuesday, 12th. A. U GUST. Tuesday, 9th. SEPTEMBER Tuesday, 6th. SEPTEMBER. Tuesday, 20th. OCTO BER (Hiring). Wednesday, 5th. OCTOBER Tuesday, 18th. NOVEMBER Tuesday, 15th. DECEMBER .Tuesday, 13th. THE PIG FAIRS Will be held on the day after the Cattle Fairs. Dealers and others attending the Haverfordwest Fairs ire hereby cautioned against the practice of Lacerating with a Kuife or other Instrument for the purpose of Marking any animal. and Notice Hereby Given, that under Statute i 2 and 13 Victoria, Cap. 92, all persons found Lacerating any Animal will be liable to a Penalty of £ 5. HUGH J. P. THOMAS, Mavor. Haverfordwest, No?. Dth, 190P. I OENCE ENVELOPES for Churches and Chapels I < 2o 3d per 1ONt -"Telegraph OSoe. B?Yerfordwee I