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I| y I PRICE 2/S-flfalS £ £ >< PEJ2 5GT7LE. I The 2/6 bottie conta'ns 3 tinu's r.s I much as the i,i} £ size. m;=,==:d:\21 Heroic Rescue at Sea. SURVIVORS OF A MILl'ORD SCHOONER. The British steamer Bakkani (Captain John Hewitt) arrived at Port: Arthur, Texas, U.S.A., on Jan. 22ud with five survivors of the British schooner Gwladys, the captain having been washed overboard and drowned. The Givlady:! sailed from Carbon ear, Newfoundland, with a cargo of dried fish, bound for Bristol, and was sighted by the ij.-ilakani on January 3rd in latitude 46-40 north, longitude 23.07 west. A fierce gale was blowing. Captain Howitt called for volunteers, and had au itnrne jiale response from his officers and oraw. After several hours of the most anxious and daring work, the rescue was effect- ed. The Gwladys was a wooden three-masted schooner of 227 tons register, built at Milford Haven in 1892. The rescued crew were named J. Bolt, M. Edge, T. Morris, and M. Sweeney. They had had a terrible experience, having been lashed to the pumps for about seven day, with scarcely anything to eat. ADVERTISE in the 1 "Pembroke Count Guardian." RABBITS! RABBITS! I RABBITS GAME! GAME! GAME! Fresh Rabbits and Game, any quantity, bought daily, by THOS. JOHN, Croeswen, LBTTEESTON. Best prices given for good clean rabbits, &c. Carts will call at any address by arrangements. 0 P.S.—Try your friend and you will be pleased. sel4 THE SWANSEA MERCANTILE BANK, Limited, OF 18, PARK STREET, SWANSEA, MAKE CASH ADVANCES DAILY FROM J35 to £ 500 TO FARMEBS and ALL CLASSES of respect- able householders upon their own Note of Hand, and other kinds of securities. ALL TRANSACTIONS STRICTLY PRIVATE. Apply to H. B. JONES. Maaager, Or W. D. PHILLIPS, Auctioneer, Haverfordwest, Loual Representative. Personal attendance every Wednesday afternoon, and at other times by special appointment at Vic- toria Road, opposite the .Dork gates, Milford Haven, sel CYCLE DEPOT, ST. DAVID'S. WILLIAM JONES, HUM STREET, ST. DAVIDS, Has opened a Cycle Depot, and is prepared to supply all leading makes of Bieycles-ludge- \Vhitworth, Star, Coventry, Eagle, etc.—at prices which will compare favourably with those of other local firms in the county. Phonographs and Records kept in Stock. BICYCLES ON HIRE. EVERY WOMAN Should send two stamps for our 32 page Illustrated Book, containing valuable information how all Ir- regularities and Obstructions may be entirely avoided or removed by simple means. Becommended by eminent Physicians, as the only Safe, Sure and Genuine Remedy. NeverFails. Thousands of resti monials. Established 1S62. Mr. P. Blanchard, Dalston Lane, London. p8fe07 EVERY WOMAN SHOULD READ "WOMAN'S KEY TO HEALTH," which will be sent FREE on receipt of stamped ad dressed envelope. It contains information of vitas interest to every woman, and tells how the variou ailments incidental to t'n- sex can be, cured and health restored without medicines or drugs. Address Mrs. Hilda V. Manners, 257, High Hclborn, London, W.C. 13del4 IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE IN The Pembroke County Suardian. Systematic Advertisers know their business. A glance at Z) the pages of the Pembroke County Guardian will show that it is held in greater es- teem by advertisers than any other newspaper published in Pembrokeshire. i Hints to Advertisers, When a man spends his money in advertising, he wants to get it back, and more, too, if he is sensible. A man is foolish to spend money in advertising if he is not likely to get it back. A sensible man may make a mistake, and ndt get his money back but a sensible man won't keep On making mistakes. He will look for the right advertising medium, and stiok to it if he finds it pays. Some people who don't know much about advertise ing in a modern, up-to-date sense, sometimes think that cheapness is the chief consideration in advertis- ing. Good advertiser? don't look for cheapness. They took alray from it. They mistrust every advertising medium that is cheap." With a good advertiser to be cheap is to be worthless. They know that is costs money to build up a newspaper, it costs money to run a good one, it costs money to get circulation and to hold it, and time, energy, ability, and money can 't, be sold cheap, much less be given away. Nine hundred and ninety-nine out of every thousand good advertisers in the world have found that high priced advertisements pay best, that so-called IC cheapn advertising never pays at all. A fair and reasonable rate, though kpparently high, in a good newspaper is verj much cheaper-that is, it is more profitable- than so-called cheap advertising in interior papers. Good advertisers don't advertise for sentiment, any more than a man works sixteen hours a day for his health. They advertise for business. They advertise among those whom they are likely to do busineti with. They advertise in mediums that circulate among those whom Miey want to do bu?ine«3 witk. They don't advertise where there is no business t8 be done. -r- r_i -t (-r> T( r; "]!.1:f- w:)"[;:=:¡t;)i]i lor, l.cj') vi ,i> ;ude>i of merit; cil hy 42. eh-:ui: ts, Ci hv poet l,-z 11-u 1: 4-2. S.E. fgj HARDY'S Q |3s|a Bbiimptch Consumption & Cough Speoitw. t—J A ucrt*iu cure fer Cough*, Colda, gem- auinjuion. A*thinn, Hooping Ooagh, Brom- chilis tind Lrr* of Voice, Bleeding of 1rhe 1*^3 ft LUllg, InflueniHi, kc HIgbJ1 reeora- "Œ mended by the Jledical Profession. Pre- pared only by Geo. Hurdy. Price Is. ljd. 1^*1 aad 2s. 9d. of r.ll Chemists, or post free. HARDY'S llll BROMPTON COUGH LOZENGES. The Genuire and Original in boxes only. everylv,x Uwrapped in Oovemmcr.tK'mnp ^e"rs ?'*Lri^- s L'vbcl; 42. iVnter- Estabhshed r.ef.rly^ cenury ot ^IHPORTIIIIOMTHERSir mm Every mother who values th« He«ltk aatf Clctnline»s of her child shoal4 W* A HARRISON'S A f "RELIABLE" f A NURSERY POMADE. A One application kill# all Nits a»4 Vaimia, a beantifiea and strengthens fh« Hftir. r In Tins, 4$d. It gd. Postage 14. Jk f GEO. W. HARRISON^ CHEMIST, BROAB ST., RGAWIKU ORDNANCE MAPS OF FARMS and ESTATES, 6 inches to the mile, GIVING ACREAGE AND OTHER DETAILS, May be obtained at the "Guardian" Offices, Solva & Fishguard. PRESS jilTERIilLg, fe, FOR THE MILLIOP. 9 ■ Every Ladv desirous of purchasing and I-veai-iiig the -.It the lowest possible price, should see our sample patterns without delay. Astonishing1 Variety, r!TI,:rt.7Ct !or¡, Value.. DRESS FABRICS. From per yarJ. Double Width. Aqy Ler.gilj Cut from tho Piece at WAREHOUSE PRiCEs. All Orders Carriage Paid. Write for a of Patt rns, we send them Post Free, aud do not require them returned, together with our Illustrated Price List "C Personal and Household Requisites, Blouse and Jacket Materials, &c., &c. WONDERFUL SELECTION. LUTAS LEATHLEY & Co., Department 2A, THE WAREHOUSE, ARMLEY, LEEDS. ADVERTISE in the Pembroke County Guardian