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RODINE ROUTS RATS Rodine Rat Poison is the most powerful Rat Destroyer, swift and deadly. Kills Rats on the spot. Safe, Sure, Speedy. 6d, Is, 2s, 3s, 5s; post 2d.—HARLEY, Chemist, Perth. Agents-Phillips, The Chemist, Haverfordwest; L. J. Meyler, Chemist Milford Haven. WILLIAM JENKINS, Coal Merchant. YARD — Adjoining QUAY STORES MILFORD HAVEN. ø- NUT COAL ALWAYS IN STOCK. Orders for Coal and Culm received on the premises. Miss ETHEL CHUGG, L.R.A.M., A.T.C.L., Is prepared to take Pupils for Pianoforte and Theory, at her own or Pupil's residence. Next Term commences January 6th,' but New Pupils may commence at any put of the Term. erms on application to Address given below, LYNDHURST, HAKIN, MILFORD HAVEN MILFORD HAVEN COUNTY SCHOOL. Chairman: ROBERT COLE, ESQ., J.P. Headmaster MR. F. L. LOWTHER, B.A. (Loud (Assisted by a highly qualified staff). SW- Fees £1 6s. 8d. per Term. "tdX Two Pupils of the same family, f:2 6s. 8d. per Term. Pupils prepared for the London Matriculation, the Legal, Medical and Pharmaceutical Examinations, &c. SUBJECTS TAUGHT. Latin, Greefc, French, History, Geography, English Composition, Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Chemistry, Book keeping, Shorthand, Drawing, Woodwork, Cookery, Needlework, Singing and Physical Exercises. For further particulars, Prospectus, &c., apply to the HEADMASTEE, or to MB. J. H. DAY, 128, Robert Street, Milfor Haven. cf4lo to ZES5000 TO LEND Your written promise to repay discounted and repaid as follows Loans completed by post if necessary £10 for 15 monthly repayments of 13s 4d: £ 20 for 15 monthly I 6s 8d; t30 for 16 monthly repayments of £2 Os Od JE50 for 15 monthly repayments of JE3 6s 8d. Larger sums pro rata. Advances made on Life Policies and Furniture (without removal) at Special Rates. A gentleman will call, if desired, and advance cash at applicant's house. No Sureties required. Promptness Privacy. In approved cases Principal can remain at Interest. Do not expose your requirements locally. Distance immaterial to the actual Lenders. F. LAWRENCE, LTD., (The Oldest Company in the West of England), Don Chambers, Wine Street, Bristol. Tel.: 1791 TelegramsApproved," Bristol. 25 THE SWANSEA MERCANTILE COMPANY, Limited, OF 18, PARK STREET, SWANSEA MAKE CASH ADVANCES DAILY FROM £5 to P.500 TO FARMERS and ALL CLASSES of respcctabl householders upon their own Note of Had 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 other times by specia 1 appointment, at Victoria-road opposite the Dock-gates, Milford Haven. 16 THE TAUNTON BUILDING SOCIETY. HBAD OFFICES 3, HAMMET STREET, TAUNTON Secretary: MR. R. A. GOODMAN. (tafS OF MONEY are ready to be advanced on Security of any description of REAL iiRTY, HOUSES or LAND on the most • citable terms. The principal and interest re- Table by Monthly Instalments. EPOSITS RECEIVED AT INTEREST, 4 per cent. per annum. Interest paid half-yearly. FULLY PAID-UP SHARES, £60 each. Interest 41 per cent. per annum, payable half-yearly. Prospectuses, or any further particulars, may be obtained on application to the SBCRETAEY, as above, or to MR. JOHN H. DAY, 128, Robert Street, Milford Haven, 3094 Agent for the Society. "COAST LINE." Powell, Bacon and Hough Lines. Direct Steam Communication between LIVERPOOL AND BRISTOL TO MILFORD, PEMBEOKE, PEMBROKE DOCK, HAVEBFOHDWKST AND NEYLAND. Steamers will sail as under unless prevented by any unforeseen circumstances. From BRISTOL. Tuesday, Jan. 6 11 p.m. „ 13 5.30 p.m. 20 10.30p.m. „ 27 6 p.m. Feb. 3 9 p.m. » 10 5 p.m. „ 17 830 p.m. >t 24 5 p.m. Mch. 3 8 p.m. 10 midn't »> 17 8 p.m. 24 midn't „ 31 7 p.m. From LIVERPOOL. Wednesday, Jan. 7 5 p.m. >» 14 11 p.m. » 21 5 P.M. _» 28 I I p.m. Feb. 4 3 p.m. ,» 11 10 p.m. » IS 3 p.m. i> 25 .10p.m. Mch. 4 1.30 p.m. 11 9 p.m. 18 1.30 p.m. 25 9 p.m. 8" The Steam Barges "Harfat," "Pennar," are intended to ply on Milford Haven in connec- tion with the above steamers, carrying goods to and from Pembroke Dock, Haverfordwest, and the adjacent towns, and will deliver to such towns first, as may be deemed most expedient. A few Passengers carried by arrangement. All empties on which no freight is charged are carried at Owner's risk. NOTICE.—The landing and embarkation 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 the Passengers and the Owners of the goods respectively. No Goods will be delivered until the Freight has been paid, and no Goods for Shipment will be received without a Shipping Note giving full particulars of Shipper's and C onsignee's address, &c., so as to be correctly entered on the Vessel's Manifest. Goods landed at Milford and other towns must be removed the day of their arrival, or will be sorted if necessary at the expense and risk of the Consignee. For further particulars and conditions of carriage, apply to: POWELL, BACON & HOUGH LINES Lw., Milford Haven. Telephone 44. Telegrams: Coastwise," Milford Haven. 527 EVANS & ROACH AUCTIONEERS, Hobeston Hall & Milford Haven House Furnishing. WM. REYNOLDS, HILL STREET, HAVERFORDWEST, MAINTAINS HIS POSITION AS THE Leading House Furnisher. PLEASE CALL AND INSPECT HIS STOCK. The County Picture Framing Depot. W. W. Rowlands, FAIHT EE, Paperhanger and House Decorator, 2, High Street, Haverfordwest. PICTURES FRAMED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE. Estimates given for all kinds of House Repairs. ALL ORDERS BY POST PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 863 BUCKINGHAM HOUSE. WILLIAM JONES' j ANNUAL WINTER SALE COMMENCES On Saturday, January 3rd, 1914, FOR 21 DAYS. Goods in all Departments to be cleared at Less than Half the: Uusual Prices. Millinery, Costumes, Coats, Jerseys, Skirts, Blouses, &c. Also Dining Room and Bedroom Suites, Sideboards, and the large stock of General Household Furniture and Furnishing Goods, including Carpets, Rugs, Linoleum, Bedding, &c. SEE WINDOWS' DISPLAY. BUCKINGHAM HOUSE, High St., HAVERFORDWEST. Festivities. TEA PARTIES, &c. Have you completed your arrangements for Refreshments ? If not, CONSULT US. We can supply just what you want. Special Quotations.J. Unequalled Quality Goods. Delivery to all parts of the County. W. F. THOMAS & Co., Ltd., CATERERS, HAVERFORDWEST. 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 FEB. 7, AND WILL ATTEND AT Mr. Meyler's, Chemist, Charles St., Milford Haven, every MONDAY. 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 as possible, and we guarantee the best MATERIALS OBTAINABLE. Teeth Extracted with Nitrous Oxide Gas, and Extractions by Hypodermic Injection. • INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSURED RE MEDICAL BENEFIT. After having seen your Doctor who will probably give you a prescription written on a special green or pink form. You should bring it to Mr. W. F. JOHNSTON, M.P.S., 67, Charles Street, MILFORD &AVEN, who has been appointed Dis- penser to the Insurance Com- mittee. There is, of course, no charge for the medicine. The drugs you get are the best obtainable, and are dispensed in the most accurate manner. IBILL POSTING UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT (Owing to Retirement of R. HARRIES IN FUTURE, ALL ORDERS FOR B. M. DAVIES & Co., AND RICHARD HARRIES, PLEASE ADDRESS: TACOB LEWIS, 6, GOAT STREET, HAVERFORDWEST. TOM DAVIES, The County Clothier, FITS YOUR FANCY, FIGtfBE & FINANCES WITH HIS SPLENDID UP TO DATE OVERCOATS. CALL IN AND SEE THEM AT 24, HIGH STREET, HAVSRFORDWEST. W/ There's MM1 no ??? Resisting 98 Our JAMS! Everybody likes them—children and grown-ups alike. We have a varied assortment and every kind is simply delicious. Our special line for this week is 31b. GLASS of our noted MIXED FRUIT (Guaranteed Pure) 9-id. Our prices mean economy. VINCENT DAVIES, PIONEER STORES, Bridge Street, Haverfordwest. EMIGRATION TO CANADA, AUSTRALIA, AND All Parts of the World. Agent for all the Leading Steamship Lines. APPLY- FRED W. LEWIS, BRIDGE STREET, HAVERFORDWEST HMaHHBBHHEESEEHEEEHnKBBBBRjK M y j I Sterling WortD æ m tells in the end. Not only is this true of B B individuals but also as regards things of IN ■ use. Trial and experience are the touch- H stones of meri. From ti;ne to time all g sorus of medicines have been put before II H the public, and the names of most of these are long forgotten, but Eeecham's B Pills, which have been in ever-increasing H H II use among all classes of irociaty for tlircc a generations, have ? pre?ter popularity to-day than ever. Over 6,OW,GW boxes J it are sold annually. Think what these II II figures signify! Could this remedy have II so extraordinary a sale if it did g supply a real need, if it was not of JI M genuine worih, if it did not perform what ■ is promised ? A reliable preparation of H the most efficacious and carefullyMM X selected ingredients of vegetable origin, a If these pills are of unequalled value for B 5 '1 reh. ?,n(..py of t'-f' d?estive ? uvcsalarioits -.iwcft a.?.?' az ilic?.- iS ness, constipation, flatulence, failing JJ 0 appetite, dyspepsia, headache, and the H depressed conditions of mind and body iii that accompany such disorders. When- g is ever you need a corrective medicine, as B 3 everyone does at times, you should take H 1 Bcbam's i 1 Pills, i P?$< I! El Prepared only by II Thomas Bechm, S. Helens, Lancashire. II Sold everywhere in bci-e*, IN price I'lj (36 pills) & 2 9 (168 pit!*). ■ aSSSiaHHBEaBBMlHBHiSHHEBEHUBMB I I FRED LLOYD & Co., Builders & Contractors, UNDERTAKERS, &c., 17, CHARLES STREET, MILFORD HAVEN (OPPOSITE MARKET SOUABE), Bogs to inform the public that they give UNDERTAKING Particular Attention. Funerals Furnished throughout in the most efficient manner. ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT AND PERSONAL ATTENTION. No connection with any other firm of same name, FREEHOLD LAND AND HOUSES FOR SALE 1165 Wm. Evans & Sons, FOUNDRY, BRIDGE STREET, I HAVERFORDWEST, j FOB BRASS & IRON CASTINGS, j ——— THE BEST PRICES GIVEN- FOR OLD SCRAP IRON, BRASS, COPPER, LEAD CHARLES PICTON, BILL POSTER, 7, CARTLETT, HAVERFORDWEST, 1 BEGS to thank the Public for Past support, aud informs Auctioneers and other Business Men that he has now erected NEW HOARDINGS in the town and hopes to receive a larger share of Work. Orders by Post promptly executed, and Country Posting attended to. CIRCULARS AND HANDBILLS FAITHFULLY DELIVERED. BOROUGH OF THE TOWN AND COUNTY OF HAVERFORDWEST. FAIRS FOR 1914. rilHE FAIRS for 1914 will be held as follows A unless unforeseen circumstances shall make aD alteration necessary JANUARY Tuesday, 13th. FEBRUARY Tuesday 10th. MARCH Tuesday, 17th APRIL Tuesday, 14th. MAY.Tuesday, 12tb. JUNE (for Wool & Stock), Tuesday, 9fcb. JULY Tuesday, litb. AUGUST Tuesday, lltb. SEPTEMBER Monday, 7th. SEPTEMBER Tuesday, 22nd. OCTOBER (Hiring). Monday, 5th OCTOBER Tuesday, 20th. NOVEl\ŒER Tuesday, 10th. DECEMBER Tuesday, loth 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 01 Lacerating with a Knife or other Instrument for the 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 E5. W. J. JOXES, Mayor. Haverfordwest, Nov. 10th, 1913 ) ???????J 0 IMPORTANT TmO MO7TtHENRS] 0 Every mother who values the Hea]tn ?id ol ? Cleanliness of her chi)d should uso  A FMM?Mr? A ? Nursery POMADE.0 Nursery H ?? One application kills all Kits and Yermiu ,i<M ?' .beautifies aud strengthens the Hair. B? ? IuTius,4,?L&9d. Postae ld. jr ?M !;LD BY ALT. CHKMISTS. A Ijisist on 7;aMM? HAliR1SUXS PQ J[ADE, ? GEO. W, HARRISON. ÇM:ST. READING. W Agents:— Milford Haven-J. T. JONES, Chemist, Charles Street Neyland-W. H. THOMAS, High Street.' Haverfordwest-J. L. JENKINS, Chemist; PHILLIPS Castle Square and Market Street. Fishguard-THOMAS LEWIS, Chemist. Goodwick—D. S. LLEWELLYN, Chemist, GREY HAIR f~ restored to its original colour by using HARRISON'S PSTORER It it not a dye, but acts naturally, is quite harmless. PRICE 116, Postage 3d. G.W. Harrison, M.P.S. •pi ia.Uct. Reading. | Agents for Haverfordwest Phillips, The Chemist, and J. L. Jenkins, Bridge Street. Milford Haven-J. H. Llewellin, Chemist. Carmarthen-Thomas Davies, 7, Guildhall-square, also 4, Market Place, Llanybythan. R ATS, MICE, MOLES, COCKROACHES and BEETLES greedily eat Harrison's Reliable Rat Poison. Cats and dogs will not touch it. Vermin dryap and leave no smell. Prices 6d, Is, 2s 3d, and 3s 8d Postage 2d.-G. W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reading Sold by Chemists. Agents for Haverfordwest—PHILLIPS The Chemist, 26, Market Street, and J. L. JENKINS Bridge street. Agent for Milford Haven J. H. LLEWELLIN, Chemist. 1015 HARRIES & MORRIS' ANNUAL SALE OF General Drapery WILL COMMENCE I On Saturday, Jan. 31st, 1914, FOR 15 DAYS. IMMENSE REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. NOTE THE ADDRESS— HARRIES & MORRIS, 28, MARKET STREET, (j8J HAVERFORDWEST. I PUBLIC NOTICE. OWEN WILLIAM5 (Late Manager of Lange & Yeoman's), begs to announce that he has Opened a Dental Surgery ON HIS OWN ACCOUNT AT No. 3, PIOTON PLACE, (Three doors from Masonic Hall,) HAVERFORDWEST. ATTENDANCE DAILY. OT He will also attend at Mr. Evans, Rock House, CLARBESTON ROAD, Monday Evenings from 530 to 7.30. MAENCLOCHOG-Wednesday morning from 10.30 to 1.30 p.m. 5933 WARM WINTER GOODS. A HUGE STOCK OF Home=made Flannels, Shawls, Blankets, Quilts, &c., &cs SHIRTS AND DRAWERS stocked- ALSO MADE TO ORDER. H 1GH = CLAS5 DRESSMAKING. GENERAL DRAPERY. — Compare Value. WILLIAM EVANS, THE WELSH STORES, Dew Street, Haverfordwest. 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. CLEARANCE SALE OF SURPLUS STOCK. Trimmed Millinery AT HALF PRICE. J. LLEWELLYN PHILLIPS (Late DAVIES & EVANS). Cleddau House, High Street, Haverfordwest (OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE).