Preliminary Advertisement. High-st, Fishard Important sale of modern and anue furniture, old pictures and othJfèffects. -:(' Mr Wm. Rees Carver haaflbeen intructed by Mrs Palmer, who is leavinthe neighbourhood, to sell by public auctiotf on Thursday, March 21st lIext, the wholeitf the furniture, etc. For further particulars see posters and adver- tisements. Park House, Fishguard, Jan. 24, 1906. Ja25. _n JOHN PHILLIPS (Deceased). NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all Creditors having any Debts or Claims against the estate of John Phillips, lato of Trevasaer, in the parish of Llanwnda, in the County of Pembroke, Baptist minister (who died on the 11th day of January, 1906), are hereby required to send particulars of their Claims or Demands to me, the undersigned, as soli- citor for the Rev. William Rees, Harmony, Llanwnda parish, and Mr John WillianpjB, Newport, Pem., draper, two of the Executors ofjfhe will of the above deceased, OD or bffortj the 17th«lay of February nxL, after which day the said Rees and John Williams will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst theAarties eutit'ed thereto, having regard only to the jplaims of which they shall then have had notice, ancl^he said William liees and John Williams will not lj liable for the assets or any part thereof so disiribq|ed to any perton of whose debt or claim they shaWuot then have had notice. Dated this 24th da^SDif January, 1006. (SigneLFRED B. WILLIAMS, Fishguard. Solicitor to the said William Rees and John Williams. a > 2fes
UNSOLICITED. (ORIGINAL OPEN FOR INSPECTION). 215, Oxford-street, Pontycymmer, Dec. 16th, 1905. Dear Sir,—Please send me a pot of your No. 2 Ointment. I have a great faith in it. If you look back I have had your valuable oint- ment since Nov. 27, 1943, to pat on my breast. It has done wonders on me. My breast has come all right by now. It did ache for a long time after I had thq water out of it. I use to have pain right round my left side up to my shoulder effected from my breast. My left side was going cold full of shivers. But thank you very much for your valuable ointment. I feel quite well now, and my breast is quite supple. You can use these words as truth. Now I am going to try this ointment on the side of my son. He is suffering this few months, growing too fast I think, he is only Wand 4 months. He complains of his side, and I think there is a little swelling there so I want to try a pot of No 2. If you got something better I am willing to try it, and I am sending 2s 9d for same. Yours faithfully, MRS JEREMIAH MORGAN. The relative strengths of the Mannina Oint- ment (Trade Mark) are described and known as follows:—No. 1, full; No. 2, medium; No. 3, mild. No. 1, the most powerful variety, is to be used in Cancerous growths of all kinds, such as cancer of the breast, lip, etc., and also for Tumors, etc., at 2s 9d, 4s 6d, and 8s 6d per pot. No. 2. This is a milder form than No. 1, and is to be applied in cases of Ulcerated Legs, Carbuncles, Fistula, foul wounds of every de- scription, Poisoned Hands, etc., Abscesses, Scalds, Burns, Erysipelas, Scurvy, etc., at Is 1-gd, 2s 9d, and 4s 6d per pot. 2 No. 3, being of a still milder nature than No. 2. is to be used for al 1 skin diseases, such as Eczema, Psoriasis, Ringworm, Chapped and Bleeding Hands, Chiiblains, Itch, Mange, etc., at Is lid, 2s 9d, and 4s 6d per pot. SCHEDULE OF CURES. Cancerous growths in the Breast, Bleeding Cancer in the Neck, Ulcerated and Virulent on Leg, Poisoned Hand, Eczema from Birth, Abscesses after Vaccination, Rodent Ulcers on Hands, Blood Poison on Foot, Ulcerated Soyes and Eczema, Virulent Abscess on leg, Blood Poison in Hand, Foul Wound on Leg, &c. The Ointment may be obtained from the Man- nina" Ointhient Co., Main-street. Fishguard, or from Mr Thos. Lewis, chemist, Fishguard; F. D. Phillips, Haverfordwest; H. A. Williams, Letterston Albert D&.vid, St. David's; J. Williams, Newport, Pem. T. Meyler, chemist, Fisbguard and D. Llewellyn, chemist, Goodwick, &c. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. A Grand Eisteddfod Will be held in cojinection with Tower Hill ChtLrch on Friday, Jnnel|i5th, 1906. CHIEF CHORAL Prize t20 MALE VOICE Prize 415 Musical kcljudicator- J. T. REES, ESQ., Mus. BAC., Aberystwith. 2fel5 O. D. JONES, Sec. PENFFORDD. CHAIR EISTEDDFOD Will be held at the above place On Friday, April the 6th, 1906. At 1.30 and 6 p.f- f Pryddest, Bywyd Gwledig." t Prize, 5s. and a handsome Chair. Male Voice, 16 in number, 44 Efiraeth." Prize, 91108. Chief Choral, 25 in number;" Let the Hils Resound." Prize, £ 3 3s^, ¡, Adjudicators- Music-Mr. E. Anthony, Goodwiek. Literature and Poetry—Rev. W. Rees (Arian- glawdd), Harmony, and' Mr. O. D. Jones, Fishguard. Programmes Id. each, per post 1 d., may be 2 had of the Secretary, Mr. T. D. Maurice, Council School, Penffordd, Narberth, Pem. 3fe22
I FISHGUARD NEWS. Next Sunday's services at Bethel will be taken by the Rev. D. P. David, Llanelly. # To-morrow (Friday) morning, at 8 o'clock, there will be a total eclipse of the moon, which will be partly visible here. The Fishguard Choral Society (under the ) leadership of Mr John Evans, L.T.S.C.,) held its initial practice at the Town Hall on Sunday evening last, when a fairly good number attended. The next practice will be held this (Thursday) evening at the Town Hall, at 8 o'clock.—The same evening the Fishguard contingent of the Fishguard and Goodwick Choral Society (conducted by Mr E. Anthony) also held a practice in the Temperance Hall. Though the picee is a trifle difficult, good headway has already been made by both choirs, and a keen contest is in store. A social (under the auspices of Mr Nath Evans' choirs) will be held on Friday (to- morrow) evening at the Temperance Hall, commencing at 7 o'clock. ♦j* The fifth of the University Extension Lectures will be held at 8 o'clock to-morrrow (Friday* evening, in the County School, when Mr J. P. Maine, B.Sc., will lecture on Origin and development of language." *u* On Tuesday afternoon last, at 3 o'clock, the funeral took place of William Haydn, the two month's old son of Mr Moon, Kensington Square. The little boy died early on Saturday morning. The Rev, W. Evans, M.A., officiated at the Church ceme- tery. We regret to record the death, which took, place on Saturday morning last at Pen' Wallis, of Mr William Evans, at the age of 80 years. Deceased, who was a member of Hermon, was buried at 2.30 p.m. on Tues- day in Hermon cemetery, the Rev. Dan Dawes officiating. The chief mourners were the three sons, John, David, and Wil- liam Evans. Deceased was born on May 30th, 1825, at Penralltfach, Nevern, and was a deacon at Jabez, Cwmgwaun, for many years. The undertaker was Mr David Williams, Fishguard. On Monday morning the young daughter of Mr John Harries, of Castell, fell from a ladder leading to a bedroom, and sustained a severe cut on her head. She lies in a critical condition, being attended to by Dr. Owen. Owen. On Tuesday morning last, as-Mr Richard Vaughan, Pantgwyn Farm, was engaged in carting stones for road-mending near Llany- chaer, he missed his footing, and the wheel of the cart passed over his back. He was attended by Dr. Owen. The G.F.S. held an entertainment at the Girls' National Schoolroom an Friday even- ing last, under the presidency of the vicar, Rev. W. Evans, M.A. The following was the programml, :-Sketch, "Aunt Jobson." The following were the characters :—James Bruce, Miss Bessie Tavner; Kittie Bruce, Miss Margaret Tavner; Aunt Jobson, Miss Lucy Pratt; Lottie (her servant), Miss Edith Williams, Bank House. Pianoforte solo, Miss M. Tavner song, Miss Mabel Geoige song, Mrs Capt. Williams recitation, Miss Mary Garnon duet, Miss Florrie Eynon and Miss Tavner; recitation, Miiss S. A. Williams; solo, Mrs Carver; pianoforte solo, Miss M. Tavner song, Miss Mabel Spriggs recitation, Miss Martha Rowlands; recitation, Miss M. A. Eynon; song, Miss Bessie Tavner. The farce, I'-on't let the lady go," was then given, the characters being as follows ;—George Campbell, Miss M. Evans Emily Ann Hicks, Miss Bessie Tavner; Miss Mowbray, Miss Margery Maclver.—At the close the Chairman laid emphasis on the coming visit of Miss Town- end, who has lately returned from a tour in India, where she has been establishing the G.F.S. Miss Townend will address a meet- ing at the National School on March 6th, and will exhibit magic-lantern slides of India.—A hearty vote of thanks by the Chairman to all who had taken part, brought to a close a most enjoyable evening. A meeting of the Parish Council was held in the Girls' National Schoolroom, at 7.45 p.m., last Friday, when the follow- ing were present :—Capt. Titus Evans (in the chair), Messrs W. J. Vaughan, J. R. Richards, D. Morgan, D. Rees, D. M. Symmons, W. Patterson, D. Cornock and Ed. Davies.—The minutes of the previous, meeting were read and confirmed.—A bill from Mr J. S. Lewis of £5 5s 6d for light- ing was confirmed.-The draft order re Urban Powers was received from the Clerk of the County Council and was thoroughly gone into. The order stated that one District Councillor should be assigned to the Parish of Fishguard south and one Guardian for the new Urban District.—It was decided to recommend to the County Council that two members should be assigned to each parish.—On the proposition of Mr J. R. Richards, seconded by Mr Rees, the draft order was approved subject to the above recommendations.— It was decided to place an oil lamp in Brodog Terrace, and the Lighting Com- mittee were requested to make enquiries as to the necessity of a lamp at Penrallt. A highly successful social was arranged in the Temperance Hall lasft Friday even- ing by Mrs i 'evonald Edwards and Miss Edwards, Haverfordwest. Dancing was kept up from g o'clock until 2.30, and there ¡ I was not a dull moment from start to finish. I The M.L's were Messrs W. J. Morris, Letterston, and R. Howarth. Miss Lily Rosser, A.L.C.M., played some charming dance music. Several of the ladies ap- peared in very effective fancy costumes. Refreshments were provided in the inter- val. About fifty were present, and what is not usually the case, the fair sex were in a minority of two.
1 Cold on the Stomach. j GASTRIC CATARRH CURED BY BILE BEANS. Everybody knows the effect of a bad cold in the head on the delicate lining in the nose—that in- flamed soreness which makes breathing a torture. That is catarrh, In gastric catarrh the delicate lining of the stumach is affected with just the same sort of soreness, which makes eating and drinking a torture. The ailment is often brought about by a severe cold settling on the stomach a'ready weakened by indigestion, or by excess in eating or drinking. If your food seems to burn you inside and lies as heavy as lead at the pit of the stomach if your appetite changes constantly—eating all before you at one time, and turning from food with loath- at another-that is the gastric catarrh. Many sufferers from this painful and persistent trouble ¡' worry themselves to death with the belief that a cancer, tumour, or other malignant growth is the cause of their pain. Bile beans provide an ideal cure for gastric catarrh. By promoting the flow of the gastric juices they allay the irritation and soroness, by strengthening the stomach they help Nature to put wrong things right, To a Bristol reporter Mrs Margaret Lucy Parker, of 68, Chessel Street, Bedminster said:—" Some time ago I was troubled with a soreness in the stomach, which caused me great pain. The pressure of my clothes on my body was unbearable, and often I pave been so distended with wind that I have had to take off my clothes. It was impossi- | ble for me t<*do any housework I was under ike impression that an internal abscess was the cause of my trouble., After my meals I was in misery for a long time, for the pains seemed to increase when I took food. I had a languid feeling always about m0, and life had not much interest for me. "I saw a doctor and took some of his medicines, but got no better. When I went to the hospital afterwards the dbctors there wanted to operate on me, but I would not consent. Mv husband per- suaded rae to try. Bile Beans, and I did so, with astonishing resultq. The first box relieved the soreness in my stomach, and cleared my blood con- siderably. After aihort course of Bile Beans, my appetite returned. a I could eat with heartiness. When I was ill I t to be very thin, but I am much stouter now. *1 am convinced that I owe my splendid health to bile beans, and shall always recommend them." Bile Beans, the purest and safest family medi- cine, not only cure gastric catarrh completely and permanently, but are a positive preventative against the danger of catching cold on the stomach, liver, I or bowels. They also strengthen and build up the system after influenza or other weakening illness. Bile Beans are sold only in sealed boxes, by all chemists, at I/Ii or 2/9 (triple size). Beware of substitutes.
Shocking Fatality at TrefFgarne Tunnel. George Taylor, 31, believed to be a native of Macceslield, Cheshire, was killed on Thursday last atTreffgarne tunnel, between Haverforwest and Fishguard, by the premature explosion of a dynamite cartridge in blasting. Taylor started work on the Great Western Railway's new line in March last year. He was laid up with a broken arm for a long time, then injured his ankle, and was given light jobs. He missed the first quarter on Thursday morning, as it was wet, and after a late breakfast at the huts close by went to work, and within five minutes his head and neck were blown from his body. It is conjectured that the charge had become too dry and touched some hard substance while being inserted. Taylor was surrounded by men who were working at a shot hole, but no one else was injured. This is the first fatal acci- dent on the new line to Goodwick, where hundreds of men have been working since Juno, 1904.
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Death of Mr F. W. Monk, Fishguard. We deeply regret to announce the sad death of Mr F. W. Monk at Stonehouse on Friday afternoon last. The news has cast a gloom over the to Nil and district. De- ceased was a fifth year student at ttae Royal Naval Engineers' College, Devonport. He was i9 years of age, and the son of Mr 0 John Monk, Fishguard, a retired chief officer of Coastguards. A fortnight ago he played in a football match for his e liege against Paignton, at Keyham, when he broke one of his fingers. Though the inj'iry received prompt attention, tetanus set in and proved fatal, deceased expiring .-it the iioyal Naval -lIospital, Stonehouse. Mr Monk was one of the most promising footballers who have been at the college for years, and he was highly respected by his feliow-sudents. The college team have cancelled all the engage- I o o ments for this week. At the Dockyard Chapel, Devonport. the chaplain of the college, the Rev. E. H. Good, in the course of his sermon, referred in affectionate terms to the deceased, who was a regular attendant there. The inquest on the body was held on Monday at Plymouth. It appeared that tetanus bacilli must have got into the wound when the accident occurred.—A verdict of Accidental death was returned. At Devonport thecommander-in-chief had given orders for all officers and men to at- tend the funeral. The cadets from the H.N.E. Coliege carried the body from the Hospital to the station. The funeral took place on Tuesday last, the coffin arriving by the 12 train at Good- wick. The procession to St. Mary's Church was headed by Mr Gledhill, headmaster of the County School, the -staff and all the scholars. Among the clergy and ministers present were Rev. Lincoln Lewis, Rev. S. B. Williams, M.A., Fev. H. Miles, Kev. J. D. Symmons, and Rev. W. P. Jones. All aJong the route, the blinds were drawn at each house, in respect to the departed. The body was met at the Church gate by the Vicar, Rev. W. Evans, M.A., and the surpliced choir. The organist was Miss Braithwaite, headmistress of the Girls' National School, who played The Funeral March as the procession entered the church. The Vicar conducted the service, the hymns On the.Resurrection Morning and "Just as I am, Thy will be done" being sung, The Dead March" was c> played as the funeral party left the church. The funeral was one of the largest ever seen in Fishguard. At the graveside the Vicar again conduc- ted the service. The chief mourners were the father and mother (Mr and Mrs Monk), sister (Miss Ethel Monk), and aunt (Miss Rosser). Among others present were Mr T. Let* is and Mr William James, Managers of the County School, Dr. Owen, Mr W. T. Wal- ters (L. and P. Bank), Mr T. Bennett, Mr J. M. Guild, Capt. Titus Evans, Mr Francis Davies, Mr ani Mrs Roberts (Lloyd's Bank), ( Mr Griffiths (Castle Stores), Mr A. j. Hodges, Capt. Williams (Good wick Bridge), Capt. Williams (San Remo, Goodwick), Capt. Harries (Goodwick Bridge), Capt. Symmons, Mr W. J. Vanghan, Mr E. Rees (headmaster of the National School), Capt. T. Lewis (Tower-hill), Mr O. D. Jones, etc. The coffin was of unpolished oak, panelled. with brass fittings, and was inscribed as follows Fred William Monk, Born 16th July, 1886, Died 2nd February, 1906. The undertaker was Mr D. Morgan, Brodog, Fishguard, We extend to the family our deepest sym- pathy in their sad bereavement. The following wreaths were sent :— Our precious boy," from Dad and Mam. Our darling Fred," from his loving sister and auntie. With deepest sympathy," from the Captain and Cadets of H.M.S. Isis." "A tribute of sincere sympathy," from Miss Maggie Narbett. Engineer Captain C. Lane, Royal Navy. A token of esteem and regret," from the brother officers of his year at the R.N. College, Woolwich. With all true sympathy," from Mr and Mrs J. Evans. In loving memory of dear Fred," from Mr Thos. Henry Davies. With sincere sympathy," from Capt. and Mrs Martyn Jerram, R.N.E. College, Liverpool. A sign of sympathy," from the Fish- guard County behoof and "A tribute of respect to a worthy pupil and schoolfellow." "vVith deep sympathy," from the Camborne School of Mines Rugby Foot- ball Club. With all true sympathy," from Mr and Mrs Nicholls and family. With deepest sympathy," from the officers of the R.N.E. College. With deepest sympathy," from Mrs Edwardes and Ada. With deepest sympathy," from Sir Hugh and Lady Owen and children. With deep sympathy," from the other Engineers and Constructors at the R.N. College, Greenwich. With deepest sympathy," from the Paignton Football Club. With loving sympathy," from Eveline and George Bennett. With deepest sympathy," from the Cadets R.N.E. College. With deepest sympathy," from the fifth year cadets R.N.E. College. I
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