Temperance Hall, Fishguard. 1 Chair EISTEDDFOD (In connection with the County School) To be held at the above Hall On Friday, March 0th, 1908. Doors open at 5.30, to coftimence at 6 p.m. Admission-Front Seats and Gallery, Is 6d Back Seats, Is. Programmes Id each (post free 1 d;, to be had of the Secretary-Mr HJ B. George 3mchl] (Chemist), Fishguard. MAIN STREET, FISHGUARD. JOSEPH REES Wishes to inform the inhabitants of Fishguard and district that he has opened as a GREENGROCER AND FRUITERER At the above address. Fruit, &c., of the best quality and at the lowest prices. A trial order solicited. [au3. AT THE Temperance Hall, Fishguard, ON St. Dayid's Day, March 1st, 1906, A CONCERT Will be given by the Fishguard Orchestral Society, Assisted by some members of the Haverfordwest Orchestra and the following popular Artistes: Soprano Miss M. Thomas. Mezzo-Soprano Mrs Capt. Williams. Tenor Mr W. Bateman. Solo Violin Mr J. M. Gye. Solo Piccolo and Stroh Violin: Mr Dan Osborne. Accompanist Miss Ruby Davies. The Vocalists will be accompanied by the Orchestra throughout. Selections on Welsh Airs, suitable to the occasion, will also be given. Chairman, J. C.Yorke, Esq., J.P. Admission: Front S8:cts, 23 Second Seats, is Back seats (a lirhited number only), 6d. Proceeds in aid of the funds of the Society. 2mchi. IMPORTANT NOTICE. THE "GUARDIAN Has been acquired by a Company, and all its numerous friends will be pleased to hear that the proposed changes are being effected as rapidly as possible, so that the paper in its altered form will shortly appear. For fine Fj jadburys IFlo-ootir j' HI :w —————————' choose @0611111 STRONG CHILDREN. Children grow strong on Cadbury's cocoa because it contains in a generous measure those food elements that are essential to health and good physical condition. It possesses the combined advantages of being thirst-quenching, invigorating, and highly nourishing, and the children like it especially becaum it 18 C8 the nicest cocoa." Everybody should drink Cadbury's cocoa regularly at breakfast and lunch, time, and particularly with the evening meal, because, owing to its mildly stimulative action, it is one of the few beverages that aid rather than retard the digestion of other foods. Cocoa is strongest when pure-Cadbury's is the strongest cocoa because it is the purest. It therefore makes most beverage of the beet quality. B u *ss: nnuinrn POWDER WP || gW y I J9 K OI THE WORLD. | V? f f ^KbIA I FIRST SHOW of the I SEASON. I YftlUam 3ames, i The Draper and Outfitter, -o- VT' I FISHGUARD. i is now prepared to show the finest selection possible in ( I and Fancy G-oods, the best and largest ever 1 shown in the I neighbourhood, and can confidently Invite inspection & comparison with anyone in the County. There is no necessity for William James to boast that he is the largest Draper in the County, And the leading Draper in -I.- the County. The volume of Trade which he commands will speak as. to that. The two I IN- 0 0 kill s beautrfu i POO m s which he added to his premises last s u rn me r adding greatly to the facilities for atten- a I ¡ L a "j I' 'l. L tion to customers, and he bass to thank his numerous t'\ »Ð f 0 j v i f' .J friends TOP their kind approval and appreciation.
GOODWiCK NEWS. -—— 1 H ENNER. The anniversary of the Landing of the French was celebrated at I Henner School on Thursday. In the I [morning MrE. Anthony, headmaster, gave the children a short history of the French Invasion. Before starting, the children were given buns at the school, which were provided by Mr and Mrs Reynolds, Tre- howell. At half-past one o'clock they started for the camp, the members of the staff, Mr E, Anthony, Miss A. M. John; Miss Roblin, Mr W. John, and Mr Daniel Griffiths accompanying them. At Tre- j howel again each child was presented with three oranges and a packet of sweets by Miss Reynolds. The procession then went to the French camp, but had to return very soon 1, J the heavy rain and snow of the afternoon. Repair of the damage to the rubble breakwater and lighthouse foundations at the Goodwick Harbour Works, wrought! by the. terrible storm of two weeks ago, is being pushed forward with energy. The rails have been re-placed and the tipping of rock into the gaps is being proceeded with. It is intended to extend and streng- then the lighthouse foundations. 0
SOLVA HAS ITS ANSWER. Solva has its answer now. There was a doubt once as to whether the cures about which our neighbours in Pembroke Dock spoke so hearti- ly were lasting diires. Did the people stay well ? That was 'the great question, and here is the answer For many years I suffered from kidney com- plaint, and other ti-Luoles caused by my kidneys not acting properly," says Mrs Law, of the Navy and Army lik iie, Pembroke Dock. My first trouble was al pain in the back, which, afterwards caugh t be in my loins as well, and took away all my strength. I was then alarmed with heart trouble,! and I suffered from dizzi- ness, as well as dreailful headaches. My Jimbs swei'ied up (I belie vol it was a touch of dropsy), and I suffered from nburalgia. :1 Although I triedjdiflerent medicines, I got no relief at all until Ji began with Doan's back- ache kidney pills. lb a few days my back was much easier, and I knlpw I had come across the right medicine at laste. I continued with the pitis, and was eventually rewarded with a com- piece cure. This splendid medicine relieved me of every sign ef kidney complaint, and I am most grateful for it. (Signed) Marie Law." We heard of Mrs Law's cure in December of 1901. On May 11th, 191)3, 17 months later, our representative called cyi Mrs Law, when she I said I am pleased to \be able to say that my health is far, far better; since I used Doan's pills. I was a great sffeer from heart trouble before I used Doan's pills,'Ibut since then I have felt quite a different wdpian. I can highly recommend the medicine others. If you are ill, write and fully describe your case to us. We shall be pleased to give you the best advice in our power, free of charge. lun can depend upon your letter being treated in strictest confidence. Doan's backache kid- ney pills are two shillings, vind ninepence per box (six boxes tor thirteen shillings and nine- pence). Of all chemists and stores, or post free, on receipt of price, direct from Foster- McCellan Co., 8, Wells-street, Oxford-street London, W.
PERSONAL MEMBERS. In spite of the large number of delegates to the National Free Church Council a limited number of personal Membership tickets are being issued. The conditions are membership of an Evangei;eal Free Church and <1 minimum contribution of os. Personal members can obtain railway coupon ciititliii, them to retujjj journey for fare and a quarter. iVEW PUBLICATIONS. Among the publications which the National Free Church Council is just issuing, general interest should be r.xcited in a booklet by Dr. Horton, entitled, "Haeckel Answered." The volume by Rev. J. H. Shakespeare, M.A., entitled, i. Baptist and Congregational Pioneers," reveals some new and interesting information with regard to the history of the Early Indo. pendents.
"Ah!" he sighed, after she had blushingly W.nspered Yes in his bosom. "My own Arabella! Oh! that name's so formal. Surely your friends use some shorter one; some pet name. "Well," she murmured, "the girls at school used to call me Pickles.r Mrs. liondclippcr: "Doctor, what do you think is the matter with me?" Doctor: "I am inclined to think that your blood i3 not pure. 1 II have to give joU something to purify vour blood. Mrs. Eondchppor (haughtily): "You are probably not aware that I belong to a good old JNonnan family."
BIRTHS. February "4, at West-street, Fishguard, the wife of Mr S. Davies, stationmaster, of a daughter.
Y1TLE3H OAK and A bit for Carts, Wheel- f 7 barrows. Ladders. &c., always in stock, •iufc to si/.C! Also Spokes, Felloes, Blocks, Jcc. f 7 barrows. Ladders. &c., always in stock, to si,.o, Also Spokes, Felloes, Blocks, c -Sis da limber Yard, ffishguard. mar5 I EXPERIENCED House Parlour-maid wauted J. end of this month, must have good re- ferences. Ai)l)lv by letter only, da ing age, references, and Wiiges required to A, Guaiuiian Oiiices, HA verfordwest. lelo everybody kuow, that 9 U fei *&} CI) is an admirable feed, tha nloeat and most nutritions beverage for ths breakfast table. It 18 made in a moment xvilli trolling wa.ter or milk, and Its eustaialngr qualities tiro luvaluabla to all. C0w3HS AND COLDS. Puhnonic Linctus cures coughs. Pulmonic Linctus warms the chest. Pulmonic Linctus stops the tickling. Pulmonic Linctus aids the breathing. Pulmonic Linctus cuts the phlegm. Pulmonic Linctus restores the voice. Pulmonic Linctus soothes the throat. Pulmonic Linctus relieves asthma. Pulmonic Linctus relieves bronchitis. Pulmonic Linctus relieves after one dose. Pulmonic Linctus cures when others fail. Pulmonic Linctus has cured others. Pulmonic Linctus will cure you. Pulmonic Lmctus is obtainable only from- THOMAS MEYLER, Chemist, Fishguard. Sent anywhere post paid on receipt of stamps. One size and one price—One shilling. jy6 COLQUHOUNS SCOTCH TWEEDS AND KNITTING YARNS. To the Public. Scotch Tweeds mean value, and Colquhoun's Ladies' and Gentlemen's Scotch Tveeds, Knitting Yarns Blankets, &c., mean perfection of value. Their wear is magnificent. All goods are made in my own Mills under my own supervision, and nothing is sold as wool that is not pure wool. Any length at Mill price and carriage paid. Self-measurement forms sent, and Suits made up if desired. 400 Patterns, post free. Write for them. To Vifcol Growers. What do you do with your wcol ? Do you make the most of it ? One thing is quite certain. You can not do better than send it to my Mills and have it made into woollen cloth, blankets, or other goods. have 400 patterns to select from, and pay carriage on wool sent to me for manufacture Write for book- let which tells yo»all you want to know, and receive patterns, so that you may say what you want made and the patterns you preror. Agents wanted where not represented. A. COLQUHOUN, Dept. 77, Waukrigg Mill, Galashiels, N.B. 26ju3'06. TOOGOOD & SONS, ROYAL SEEDSMEN. ALL KINDS OF FARM AND GARDEN SEEDS. SPECIALLY SELECTED SEED CORN TOOGOOD'S SCOTCH BLACK TARTAR OATS. TOCGOOD'S BLACK TARTAU OATS. TOOGOOD'S NURSERY i AT, a most productive voriety. ORDER Early from — B. E. THOMAS, CA R T lET T MILL, HAVERFO.'tDWEST. p GEORGE FALiER & SON. ———— Per SPECIALITIES. bottle. Extra Special Liqueur. The perfection of Scotch Whiskey, of great age and soft- 0 ness, equal to ilie iiaesi French Brandy nTOi as a stimulant Glen Stuart' Scotch .Whisky. An ideal blend of carefully selected Pure Highland O /C Malt Whiskies, well matured and mel- w/ U lowed by age Dunboyne Irish Whisky. Very choice, pure Pot Still. Dublin Whisky, guaran- O jCi toed over 12 years old, in Sherry Wood Port. Genuine Oporto Wine, excellent value. 2s. Invalid Port. Specially recommended.. 2s. 6d. Old Lodge.' A perfect type of a really old Tawny W ine, stored many years in O f-f> Oporto •• O/O Sherry. Pale, dry, superior Is. 6d. Champagne. Ackerman-Laurance's Dry Royal' (J bots, Is 2d; 1 bats, 2s 2d) 4s. 4 Pale Brandy. Suitable for domestic pur- poses 2s. 6d. Cognac Brandy. Genuine French, good age •• •• •• •• 3s. 6d. Eau de yie Yieille. A pure Grape Brandy great age. An invaluable stimulant Uf Martell's and Hennessy's Brandy 5s. 6d. Rum. Fine old Jamaica 2s. 6d. Very old Jamaica 3s. Hollands. Do Kuypers, Anchor Brand. 2s. 8d. Coleman's Winearnis, Hall's Wine, Quinine Sherry, &c. Cigars and Cigarettes of the choicest brands, at Lowest Store Prices. 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It- is b^rxn'esti and pleasant- to the taste, it pro- i s nat'iral quiet sloop by reliavitisc th« cail.i from and the little chornb awakes "as bright a6 & h:\Ucn It eoothee child, softens the gaifts, 5 the pain, eq r«rrJaSes the bowel. •n:d is the bept known remedy for dysonrerv ami Ciiribo-t- whether from teething, or ethei a-rn-ef. Soid by che-miet* everyv: e Is lid pel t. Obtain a Good Position. l*ize spare rime proSitabiv, taking Inetracfcioi; C'i-i>e by corre.-pondence BE A JOURNALIST moat- attractive profession. Neoe offers opportunity for aovancemeBt to am bit-ions y<>r.n^ men, Moderate fees. Easy instalments. A sic tree, booklet. INSTITUTE, ST. DUNSTAN'rf nIl t LONDON, E.C. fjxee-.t/k |KI¥S Mk r* LEAD BLACK. BRILLIANT. BEAUTIFUL IN SOLID BLOCKS, Oft ASA STOVE POLISHING PASTE IN TMS. LOCAL RAILWAY TRAIN SERVICE. Up Trains, a.m. p.m. p.m. Goodwic dep. 9.15 12.15 5.20 Letterston 9.31 12.31 5.36 Puncheston 9.46 12-46-5-51 Rosebush 9 58 12 58 63 Maenclochog 10 6 16 6 12 Llan-y-cefn „ 10 16 1 16 6 23 Crnderw'n arr.10 30 1 30 6 35 Down Trains, a.m. p.m. p.m. Cl'nderw'n dep. 1045 2^45 5 50 Llan-y-cefn 10 55 2 55 6o Maenclochog 116 36 611 Rosebush 11 14 3 14 6 19 Puncheston 11 27 3 27 6 32 Letterston 11 40 340 645 Goodwic arr. 120 40 75 SOLYA AND FISHGUARD. JOSEPH DAVIES, Carrier, Solva, runs a Con. veyanoe every Thursday to Fishguard, leaving Soiva at 7 a.m. At Croestjoah Mrjthrv Cross Roads 830 a.m Report OF County Analyst OF A SAMPLE OF I SODA WATER" taken by the Inspector under the Adulteration of Foods and Drugs Act Manufactured by T. Lewis & Co., Fishguard: CMT EXCELLENT. r BRADFORD'S UNIYSB8AX.I.Y APPSOY 1 I AUNDRY AND DAIRY MACHINERY Over <6 j QflW* StlTcT add Flret Mse Awards. I. Nt:w 50- Wnin^U Maomimi (The" TIuPu"). "Vowki ■WAsniNtiTWRiNoiNa, j "Diafhkaom" Cnm. AND MaN(.L[.NQ MACHIKIB. I BUTTI* WoRUU Lal-miuj KityL-isiT*#. • Dtui Apruucu. Liberal Cash Term*. Catalogue* Port 1W THOMAS BRADFORD AND Co., H«b Holimrn, I/.ndon; iso. Bold Streat. tinnw^i | Victona Avenue, itancfaeater; Orescent Iron Worta. Batfori Advertise in the Guardian."