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Sole Agent in the District for tilmors. WORTHINGTON'S CELEBBA. TED BITTER & MILD ALES, In 9. 13, and 36 GALLON CASKS. Agent in the District for MESSRS. MURPHY AND MESSRS. JAMESON & PYM'S Superior IRISH PORTER. THE WINE AND SPIRIT STORES, FISHGUARD. ROBERT LE-W-IS, Wholesale & Retail Wine & Spirit Merchant, Maltster, &c. B.L. invites attention to his Choice Selection of old WINES AND SPIRITS GOOD SHERRY, pale or gold, from 158 to 30s per dazen; superior ditto, pale or gold, from 30s to 54s per dozen; AMONTILADO, pale or gold, 30s to 60s per dozen. PORT of various ages, from 15s to 54s per dozen; good CLARETS, from 15s 00 30s per dozen. The ROYAL WELSH WHISKY at 42s. per dozen. Ingeam's MARSALA, CHAMPAGNES AND MOSELLES. I BASS AND WORrHIN(ITOSTS ALES. AND aUIITJTESS'S EXTRA BTOUT IN BOTTLES. *3" A CHOICE SELECTION OF GRASSES, CLOVERS, &c. NOW IN STOCK. Hennessey's Brandy IN WOOD AUt) BOTOHjj.. Nicholson's London Otn OLD JAMAICA RUMS AND JERSEY B^ANulES. n- TIMBER, MAHOGANY v* I AND HARDWOOD. TURNERY and iOINFRY s yr NITIONAI Tbikphohb 306 5, Albion Place, {jI Cumberland Road, BRISTOL /$' TELEGRAPHIC ADDITESS: HEAVEN, BRISTOL. WH —— —— —— —.—„ M. A. JONES (late Westaway), Glass, China, Earthenware, and Fancy Goods Warehouse, HIGH STREET & MARKET STREET, HAVERFORDWEST. A large variety of the most exquisite Designs in Dinner, Tea and Dessert Services at prices to suit all. Brown and Black Wares for Dairy, Garden, and Domestic Use. FANCY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS IN GREAT VARIETY. :o: -lease Note the Address—High Street and Market Street, Haverfordwest. MERRYWEATHER I ON S FIRE PROTECTION AND WATER SUPPLY -H r_ to COUNTRY HOUSES, &0. 1 G C'L C'L Write for IItustrated Pamphlets. CAR co MERRYWiATHER SONS, LARR-EIST MAKr-RS,OF t-fl,H 63. LOIG m. mm i-c. LA',S, -5, H 0 S E I N THE W C., L L,. PORTHCMN QUARRIES &BRICK WORKS.! These Works are now re-started, and are prepared to supply BRICKS, SLATES, and, BUILDING GRANITE. Also Unbroken Granite for roads on reasonable terms. Please apply- MR. THOMAS BOWEN, Porthgain Quarries, Ltd., LETTERSTON. I MESSRS. JENKINS & SONS, Jeffreys Square, LONDON, Have now decided to supply tea at wholesale prices to private families :tt exceedingly low prices for cash within fourteen days or the tea, it not suitable, to be returned free of expense. A very superior quality from 1/9 to 1/11 per lb., not less than 41bs. The above firm has been doing business largely in Pembrokeshire and the six adjoining counties for the last 30 years. All orders and communications must be sent direct to Welsh ad- dress, Vizb Pentre Parr, Llandilo. It is important that you should give it attrial, and the above- named will be glad to send samples free of charge. Local Agent—E. WILLIAMS, Grocer, SOLVA IMPORTANT NOTICE. Georae Bennett & eo. WINE AND SPIRIT STORES, FISHGUARD. SALE TO CHILDREN ACT, 1901. TO PARENTS, GUARDIANS, and EMPLOYERS of CHILDREN under 14 YEARS of AGE. On January 1st, 1902, a new Act of Parliament came into force which prohibits license holders from selling or delivering any intoxicating liquor to children under fourteen years of age, except in quantities not less than one reputed pint, in corked and sealed vessels. On and after the above mentioned date children under 14 sent as messengers should bring a bottle, as it is impossible to cork and seal a jug. Every person who knowingly sends any person under the age of 14 years for the purpose of obtaining any description of intoxicating liquor, excepting as aforesaid, will be liable to a penalty not exceeding 40s. for the first offence, and not exceeding £5 for any subsequent offence. EVAN JONES, STONE AND MARBLE MASON CAliTLETT, HAVERFORDWEST, (NEAR RAILWAY STATION.) V Tombstones and Headstones worked to any design in stone or marble at prices to suit all classes. Designs and Estimates sent free on application. Watches, Clocks, &c. The Largest Show. The Best Quality Goods —at The Lowest Price. This Season is as usual at BISLEY H. MUNT'S Watch, Clock, and Jewellery Stores, HIGH STREET, HAVERFORDWEST, AND MILFORD. Show Room on Ground floor for Silver Mounted Glass & Leather Goods & many low-priced Novelties. I Sambrian Hotel. Solva. Mrs. PROPERT, Proprietress. WINES AND SPIRITS OF OHOIOE QUALITY; ALE AND STOUT ON DRAUGHT OR BOTTLED. CIGARS AND TOBACCO. 1_- GOOD a.cxJ0M;M:0]Div.Ti0Tsr FOR OTJ^JSXS 5^ A Good Appetite ■ comes only by having a perfect acting liver and good digestion-both can easily I I be obtained by using ■ | ffieecAamZ SJittJ. I They are a reliable remedy for the cure of I I BILIOUSNESS, LASSITUDE, POOR APPETITE, I J IMPAIRED DIGESTION, COSTIVENESS, I 1 WIND & PAINS IN THE STOMACH, DISCOMFORT AFTER MEALS, ■ I and all other troubles which arise from a disordered Hver or stomach. M I They cleanse the system, give tone to the digestive organs, and will, if taken I I according to directions, restore you to sound and vigorous health. ■ I BBBCHAM'S PILLS are specially suitable for Females of all ages. Every woman I who values health should real the Instructions wrapped round each box. 0V- Tasker's High School For Girls, H A VERORDWEST. HEADMISTRESS.—MISS ANDERSON, BJL, (Assisted by highly qualified mistresses.) FEES 21 6a 8d per term. Special subjects—Greek, German and Painting, 15s per term. Re-opens Tuesday, Sept. 19, at 2 p.m. Country Pupils are only allowed to board at the Hostel, specially provided for pupils of the School, or at houses approved by the Govern- ing Body, of which a list can be obtained (with any other information desired relative to school arrangements), either from the Head-mistress, or from Mr. J. W. Phillips, Solicitor, To Hill, Clerk to the Governors. St. David's County School CHAIBMAN THE VERY REV. THE DEAN OF ST. DAVID'S. VICE-CHAIBMAN CAPT. S. ROACH. HEAD MASTER: MR THOMAS THOMAS, B.A (London.) ASSISTANT MASTEB Mr. H. P. JACKSOtf, M.So. (Vie. ASSISTANT MISTBBSS MISS K. M. GREEN L.L.A. (St. Andrews), Cambridge Teacher** Diploma. Assistant Mistress Miss E. H. MOSELEY, B.A. (Wales), with Honours. Pupils prepared for the London Matriculation he Oxford and bridge Locals the Legal, Medi- cal and Pharmaceutical Examinations; the Entrance Soholarsiiij. Examinations of tne University Colleges of Wales, and the South Kensington Soienee sad Art Examinations. TUITION FBBB :— £ 4 per annum or £1 6s 8d per term two (brothers or sisters) 27 per annum or 22 6s Rd per term three (brothers or sisters) Rio per annum or 93 fis 8d per term. Pupils taking Music will be charged an extrafee For terms and furtaer partiouUri>, Prospectus, Apply to the Head Master, or to MR W D. WILLIAMS, The Registrar, St. David's. Haverfordwest Grammar School FOUNDED 1613. SUCCESSES gained in 1901-2 include the following Exhibition, Magdalen College, Oxford ( £ 70 per annum). Exhibition Jesus College, Oxford. (fjf50 per annum). Entrance to R. M. C. Sandhurst. Assistant Clerkship R.N. (9th place of over 100 candidates). 1 London Matriculation 2 Oxford and Cambridge Higher Certificates, and 1 Pass Responsions. All the above obtained direct from School. Haverfordwest is a Centre for Cambridge Local Examinations. There are a few Vacancies for Boarders in the Headmaster's House. Apply HEADMASTER, School House, Haverfordwest. X ASK FOR Z i! WALDRON'S~ f "PALACE" SAUCE < < | BEST 4k CHEAPEST. J. o Of an Grocer*. Slant, fcc., *r IWftDOCOTrS-' < I lUaaiMtay: Booth Qmay. TVUlluCu I th. | CHILDREN FED ON VIROL have firm flesh, good colour, strong bones and teeth. For infants give Virol with milk in the feeding- bottle. 4/6 JARS for 2|11. I ■1