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PREPAID SCALE. For Small Advertisements appearing in all the Editions of The Rembroke County Guardian." Words. I insertion. 3 insertions. 6 insertions 21 1 0 2 3 3 6 28 1 6 3 6 n. 4 6 35 2 0 4 0 5 6 42 2 6 4 6 n. 6 6 Tho. charges apply only to the following classes of adverti>eoaents if prepaid :—Situations Vacant or Wanted, To be Let, Apartments Wanted and to Let, BouSt'" and other Premises to be Let, Specifio Arti,tes .;r S Ie. Articles, Dogs, Sheep, &c., Lost and Found, and all Miscellaneous Wants. Unless paid hr in advance the credit rate of double the above will be charged. Advertisers may have replies addressed to the Pembroke County Guardian Office, Old Bridge, Haverfordwest, on payment of the postage. Cheques and Money Orders should be made pay- able ,0 T'ue Pembroke County Guardian, Ltd." ANTED APPRENTICES to learn the ▼ ? Printing Trade at the Offices of the Pembr-ko County Guardian at Haverfordwest, Fishguard, and Solva. Splendid Opportunity for r intelligent 'ads to become proficient in all branches of the including operation of the Linotype.— Apv'y Guardian3 Office, Old Bridge, Haverford- 7re.;f. -J.jli H siALE, Brown Breconshire Pony; 12 hands, 3 years, perfectly quiet in harness. f" be cf en by appointment.—Jones, Holgan, L-mvhaoen. plmr30 LESH OAK and ASH for Carts, Wheel- barrows, Ladders, &c., always in stock, cut to sizes. Also Spokes, Felloes, Blocks, &c. -Silide Timber Yard, Fishguard. mar5 \NTED good heavy Van Horses, not under 5 years old, must pass Vet. Warranty re- quired. Apply—B., Post Office, Llanelly. 3ap5 T/ND TO LET a.t WLCHCARTE, ST. DA\ ID'S, together with house and yard. For particulars, apply Win. Jones, blacksmith, St. David's. 3mrl5 QOUTH AFRICA. ROYAL MAIL ROUTE K? LNION CASTLE LINE. London & Soutli- rrrvtca. To Cape Colony, Natal, Delagoa Bay, Beirn. &c., calling frequently at Madeira, Las Pal- mis, i^neriffe, Ascension, and St. Heleua. Weekly Sailings. Fast Passages. Superior Accommodation. Best Route. For Rates of Passage Money, and all further in- f"mmtion, apply to the Managers-DONALD CL RRIE & CO., London, or to Local Agents. YN EISIEU, HEN LYFR, "BLODEU DYFED." OS oes gan rhywun gopi o hono, bydd yn dda genym ei brynu, nen gael ei fenthyg am ychydig amser os byddis mor garedig. Anfoner ef yn ol yn ddiffael. Cvfeiriad- GUARDIAN Office, Old Bridge, Haverfordwest. Mawrth 27ain, 1906. mr30 WANTED. THE Editor of the Pembroke County Guardian" is prepared to train a WELL EDUCATED YOUTH in Journalism and all branches of News- paper Management. Unique opportunity for able l'id to acquire a knowledge of the working ef a large County i)aper.-Apply, "GUARDIAN" Office, Old Bridge, Haverfordwest. GOODWICK. rro LET.—Commodious modern Stables and Premises, containing 8 stalls, loose box, harness room, corn store, carriage shed and yard, all in perfect repair, situate near the station. Apply.—Mr H. Jones, G.W.R. Estate Office, Neath. [3mr29 St. Martin's Burial Board. THE above Burial Board require a Caretaker and Grave-digger for St. Martin's Cemetery. Applications must be sent to me not later than the 7th April, 1906. J. E. H. ROGERS, 7, Dew Street, lmr30 Haverfordwest. PEMBROKESHIRE EDUCATION AUTHORITY. Supplementary TEACHERS are re- quired in the Newport (Infants) Council School, Fishguard X. (Girls) School, Uamphey Council School. Salary, according to qualifications, t20 — £ 30. Apply, Director of Education, County Education Urlices, Haverfordwest. 22nd March, 1906. Haverfordwest Rural District Council. ROAD LABOURER WANTED. "WANTED, at once, Road Labourer for the Parish of Manorowen. Constant employ- ment to suitable man. For further particulars, apply to the District Surveyor, JOSEPH EVANS. Bank Flouse, Solva, March 26th, 1006 3apl4 To Let. THE GRIBYN FARM. Possession Michael- mas next. Apply to S. T. Williams, Solva. 3rd January, 1906. ja4 CHARITY COMMISSION. In the Matter of DR. JONES'S CHARITY in the Pariah of ST. DAVIDS, in the County of PEMBROKE; AND In the Matter of The Charitable Trusts Acta, 1853 to 1894. T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that under the r*- authority of the Charity Commissioners for 3 ngland and Wales, I shall, on TUESDAY, the rd A Pll, I y,, 1906, at 11 a. m., be at THE TOWN HALL, ST. DAVID'S, for the purpose ot inquiring into the administra- tion of the above-named Charity, and that I aballbeready at the place above-mentioned to receive evidence concerning the same. THE INQUIRY-WILL BE PUBLIC. Datd this 21t day of March, 1905. H. P. MORRIS, Assistant Commissioner. Charity Communion, St. London. S.W. ltr-r-29 aFGTJS GALL, CARPENTER & UNDERTAKER, RAILWAY HOUSE, Cartlett, Haverfordwest, BEGS to announce that he hag started business ton his own All work entrusted to him will he wpH and neatly carried out at r.he shortest notice. IMPORTANT! Alteration of Date. T" T, 1- TEFGARN OWEN CONCERT -NOW ON TTJE^DAV EVENING, j APRIL 17, 1906, And NOT on Good Friday as previously i announced. & RELIABLE BWRL&A#ICKS The best BAKING POWDER ia theHforld. sold everywhere in Id. and 2d. packets; IK 2/6 and 6/- T» CANISTER SALES BY EVANS AND ROACH, Auctioneers. APRIL 5, HAVERFORDWEST.—Household Furni- ture, the property of J. S. O. Tombs, Esq., M.A., Headmaster, Grammer School. Particuiars in future adverti.-emHiits and posters. Auctioneer's Offices, Milford Haveu and Haver- fordwest. GRAMMAR SCHOOL, HAVERFORDWEST. Highly Important Sale of Modern and An- tique Household Furniture, including Old Oak Chest, Mahogany Bureau. Inlaid Cabinet, &c. EVANS & ROACH 4 RE favoured with instructions from J. S. 0. To3iB3, Esq., M.A., Headmaster, who is leaving the County, to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the above School on THURSDAY, APRIL nth, l'.tOC), the well-preserved and valuable HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE, and other Effects. Full particulars of which may be seen on posters. Sale to commence at 1 p.m. Terms-Cash. The Auctioneers respectfully invite punctual attendance as the lots to be disposed of are very numerous. Auctioneers' Office Mariner's Square, Haverfordwest. HAVERFORDWEST FAIR. MONTHLY SALE. ——— EVANS & ROACH ARE instructed to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION in the COLLEGE FIELD (adjoining Fair Ground), on TUESDAY, APRIL 10th, 1906, at 10.30 a.m. 14 PRIME FAT BULLOCKS, 6 STORE CATTLE, DONKEY, Spring Cart and Harness com- Tllftfcp The Cattle will be weighed on the Weigh-bridge recently erected for the purpose. Further entries solicited, Also will offer for sale the well-bred HACKNEY STALLION, "AVENUE ROYAL," 14 hands 2, the property of Sir Devonald, Biggins Hill. Avenue Royal is now in good condition and has proved himself a sure foal getter. Also (unless previously disposed of) that very superior and well-bred Cart Stallion. BLAGDON BOY," 16 hands 2, the'property of Mr Griffiths, Walton. For further particulars and to treat apply to the Anctioneers. Auctioneers' Offices: Milford Haven and Haverfordwest. CLARBESTON GRANGE, Distant about three miles from Clarbeston Road Station. IMPORTANT LETTING OF RICH GRAZING LAND. JOSEPH WATTS HAS been favoured with instructions from E. J. Allen, Esq., to Let by Public Auction at the above place on Friday, April 6th, 190G, about 100 ACRES of RICH GRAZING LAND, in convenient Lots as under, and subject to conditions then and there read LOT. A. R. P. I-Park Carthouse 7 0 13 2—Upper Dolerion 9 2 1 3—Lower 41 0 4-Upper Parkyfelin 3 2 26 5—Lower „ 2 0 29 6-Hen Park 13 1 27 7-Lower Croft 9 1 21 8-Croft Meadow. 13 0 17 9—Lower Thistle Park 11 3 16 10-Upper Park Drim 6 0 35 ] I-Big Thistle Park 12 0 24 The Land is in good heart, and every Lot has a plentiful supply of water and good Fences. No Bulls can be allowed on the land. The Stock will be carefully looked after by a man kept for the purpose. Letting to cemnaence at 2 p.m. Letterston, March 15th, 1906. CLYNDERWEN. SALE OF ENTIRE CART HORSE. MR. THOMAS EVANS Is instructed to SELL BY AUCTION 3.t the IRON DUKE, CLYNDERWEN, ON Monday, April 9th, 1906, At 3 p.m., THE WELL-KNOWN CART STALLION, YOUNG EMLYN SQUIRE, Sire: Emlyn Squire, by Blagdon Bang Up; foaled May, 1900; rich bay, 16 h.h. Further particulars may be obtained from the Auctioneer, Tegfynydd, Llanfallteg; or from the Owner, MR. GRIFFITH GIBBON, Peulan Egremont, Narberth. PEMBROKESHIRE A GRICULTU R AL SOCIETY. THE FOURTH ANNUAL ENTIRE HORSE SHOW WILL BE HELD IN THE COLLEGE FIELD on FAIR DAY APRIL 10, 1906, At 1.30 p.m. 1st. 2nd. CLASSES FOR £ £ I-Thoroughbred Stallions 2 1 2-Cart Stallions, Foaled in the year 1901 or previous. 2 1 3-Cart Stallions; Foaled in the years 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905 2 1 4—Hackney Staltions. 2 1 5-Cob or Pony Stallions under; 15 hands 2 1 Entrance Fee for all classes, 5s. I-The judge may, if he -thinks fit, subject any Prize Winner to an examination by a Veterinary Surgeon. 2-The Premiums will be 'withheld until the Committee is satisfied that the winners have regu- larly travelled the County throughout the season and each animal shall travel within a seven mile radius of Haverfordwest FORTNIGHTLY. 3-All Prize Moneys will be paid by the Secre- tary at his Office, on July 10th, 1906 (Fair Day). 4-The Committee may measure any animal whose height they question. For ENTRY FORMS and further particulars apply to the Secretary, HGGH J. P. TITOlf X, 9, Victoria. Place, Haverfordwest. Entrance to Show Ground, Sixpence. Entries close < n Saturday, April 7. at 0 pm. TO BUILDERS AND CONTBACIOBS. rjlENDERS are invited for RE-ROOFING X LLANSTENAN CHURCH, Pembrokeshire. Plans and Speciifcations may be seen at the Office of the Architect, where Tenders aie to be delivered, endorsed "XJaiutiuaa Cfewc}1, not later than APRIL 7th. The Lowest or any Ten :}qr need n-it I* mcepted. HUGH J. P THOMAS 9, Victoiiiv Place. H»vorfo-dwest. A GRAND -,I EISTEDDFOD WILL BE HELD AT FISIIG IT A III) ON Friday, June 15,1906. Presidents — D-. (Iwen. J.P., Sir Marteine Lloà, MU.1 K T). J r.<1.. J, P. Conductor: Iii-1, Dw I'dVJB-. | Mu&ioaJ Adjn iscator J. T. Rjbics, F-SQ., Mua. Ba v., A!»«rystwytb. j Chiei Choral, £ r*Q- 1-1.13 Voice, I 15 Glee, j J 4:t ir, £ 3 > Programmes, 2d each (post ftee. 24d), to be had of the Hoc. Secretary, > U ,J m. ti Uj CU n cil 8phooi, Finii^uard. SEASON. 1900. Rickeston Hall Stud of Shiro Stallions to travel Pembrokeshire this Season, That Champion Stock-getter, "TRACTION IV." (19196), S.H.S.B. Sire, Morion (14190). Dam Severn Crocus (33836). "DUNSMORE NAIRN" (No. 22,308) S.H.S.B. Breeder :—Sir P. A. Muntz, Bart, M.P., Duns- more Stud Farm, Warwickshire. Foaled 1902.—Bay Blaze, White Lip, four White Stockings, a few grey hairs in the tail. Sire.—Bar None William (10,903) Dam.—(29,040), Juanita. BAR NONE WILLLOI 10,903. by Prince William 3,956, twice champion of London Shire Horse Show, bv William the C'onoueror (2,343.) Dam of Bar Nor.e William 1,398, Clifty by Bar None 2,=3FiR, by Lincoln 1,348, by Enterprise ïC;, G. Dam by True Briton 2,944, by British Ensign 271, by Matchless 1,509, by Active 29. 29,0-10 Juanita, by Sir Lincoln 15,355, by Lin- colnshire Lad II. 1,3G5, by Lincolnshire Lad 1. 19i5. Dam of Juanita 10,049 Smiler, by Pride of Leighton [I, 1.771. by Pride of England 1,770. G. Dam Diamond, by King Dick 1,213, by Cob- ham. by Regatator. DUNSMORE NAIRN stands 17.1 hands; he < has wide open feet, big knees and joints, clean flinty bone. beautiful sloping pasterns, and long silky feather, and a good all-round mover. His yearlings seem very promising, being extremely big, and likely to make useful geldings. Dunsmore Nairn is a remarkably sure stock getter. All marcs tried by this horse, and afterwards put to another will be charged full fee. All mares tried at owner's risk. Should any accident or illness interfere with this Horse, the owner has the sole right to replace him with a Registered Shire Stallion. Groom's Fee to be paid first time of serving. Season fees payable June 24, 1900. Route—Pembrokeshire. 2apG SHIRE COLT, "LYDSTEP CHANCELLOR"! (22,500) S.H.S.B., Vol. XXVI. Dark Bay, 16.2 h.h. Blaze, and Dark points Foaled 1903. "LYDSTEP CHANCELLOR" (22,560) Bred by J. Wynford Philipps, Esq., M.P., Lydstep A Stud Farm, Penally. Pedigree:- Sire, Iron Chancellor (14,677). Dam, (22.478) Withgill Flower. IRON CHANCELLOR 14,677, by Chancellor 4,959, by Premier 2,640, by What'sj Wanted 2,332, by Bold Lincoln 231. Dam of Iron Chancellor 7,602, Bonny, by Lin- colnshire Lad II 1,356, by Lincolnshire Lad I. 190. G. Dam by Ploughman's Pride 1,755, by Dray- man 640, by Drayman 628. 22,473 Withgill Flower, by Siddow's Wonder 13,587, by Cressy 4,339, by Cardinal 2,407, by Heart of Oak 1,005. Dam 4,898 Fisher, by Wonder IV. 8,622, by Wonder 2.3a7. G. Dam Bounce, by Master of Arts 1,499, by Constitution. Dam of Withgill Flower 14,710, Evening Light, by Vulcan 4,145, by Cardinal 2,407, by Heart of Oak 1,005. Dam 5,633 Beacon Light, by Cromwell 2,415, by Thumper 2.136. G. Dam 1,299 Bonny, by Crisis 556, by Wonder 2,357 by Matchless 1,509. G. G. Dam 326 Cuerdon Bonny, by British En- sign 272. 22,743 Withgill Flower, foaled 1894. Won Prizes -1896 Second, Clitheroe Second, Edgworth j First, Harwood; First, Whalley; 1897-Second, Bath and West of England Third, Royal Coun- ties First, Norfolk. 14,710 Evening Light won Prizes :—1889—First, and Reserve for Champion, Pilling. 1890-First and Second, Pilling. 1892-Second, Broughton. 5,633 Beacon Light won Prizes -1897- Second, Padiham Reserve, Great Harwood. 1890—First and Second, Pilling. LYDSTEP,CHANCELLOR had a severe attack of strangles last Autumn, so has not developed so much as he ought to have done, from his breeding, but with time he wi!l furnish out again, as he is very well bred from sire and dam. He has beaufii- ful legs under him, grand sloping pasterns, and ex- tremely wide open feet, nice quality feather, an extraordinary all-round mover he has that elastic walk that shire men always need at a showyard, a point the shire judges at the London Show this year took so much into consideration by awarding their decisions. 'The Groom's Fees to be paid at the first time of serving, and the remainder at the end cf the sea- son, June 24th 1906. All mares tried by this Horse and afterwards put to any other, sold or exchanged, will be charged the full fee. All mares tried at owner's risk, but every care will be taken. For further particulars apply to the groom, who will specify time of attendance. Should any accident or illness interfere with this Horse, the owner has the sole right to replace him with a Registered Shire Stallion. Route Pembrokeshire. 2ap6 STUD SEASON, 1906. THOEOUGH-BRED HOBSE, QUEBEC. Winner of the following:— le Bestwood Nursery Plate, Nottingham. 175 Members' Plate, Warwick 185 Stewards' Plate, Alexandra Park 200 Budbrook Stakes, Warwick 100 Taplow Welter, Windsor 100 Wiltshire Plate, Salisbury 100 Beaufort Plate. Bath 100 Rothschild Plate, Windsor 100 Surbiton Handicap, Sandown Park 283 De Warrenne Handicap, Lewes 250 Olympian Handicap, Sandown 500 Gautby Plate, Lincoln 100 All-aged Plate, Redcar 100 Staines All-aged, Kempton Park 100 Clyde Selling, Hamilton Park 100 iC2,493 NEWINGTON CONNAUGHT, (No. ft849 H.S.B.,) HACKNKY COB, 14.2 SOLELANDS SWELL, (No. 9022, H.S.B.) SIRE Champion Royal Danegelt, DAM Fairy Queen, (bijr wioner), by Norfolk Comet LYDSTEP ADVENTURER, Winner of seven firsts. Stad cards and full particulars from the owner, H. REES, Springfield Stud, Haverfordwest. Aldercar King," The property of Sflmn I Jones, Rhiw, New- ca-tly Jvmlyn, WILL ATTEND Pembrokef Hurerford rest, Narberth Whitland, and also Stable, Cemydd, Maenclochog. North Pembrokeshire Visitors xo Ha rerfo rd west r e r WJLL Fl ";1' Excellent A ccommodatiou AT Stannard's Old Stores, Old Bridge, HAY & R F () K DW EST, UDB TE MANAGEMENT OF John Eynou. i'i. 1 miliary Annoiluccineii:. LETTERSTO N j GRAND ANNUAL ATHLETIC SPORTS BIGYCL", PONY, GALLOWAY d TROTTING RACa. WILL i L N l SATURDAY, ^AY 12, 1 See. LuV) -o.- e ii y he harT of A. H. LEWIS, W. JENNEB, mr?3 hou. Sees. "EXCELSIOR" WHISKY The EXCELSIOR Blend has been produced with great scientific skill and judgment, and possesses those admirable properties that are only to be found in the highest grade Whiskies. GRANVILLE H. SHARPE, F.C.S., Late Principal of the Liverpool College of Chemistry Analyst. Perfection of Blended Whisky."—Lancet. "We can recommend the "EXCELSIOR" tYhisky with conhdenca as a safe and palatable stimulant to bte Sick and Convalescent. Practitioner. RE( I,T::RED SOLE PROPRIETORS: MARGRAVE BROTHERS, Wine and Spirit Importers, Llanaily, South Wales. Milford Havan Urban District Council Election. TO THE ELECTO RS. Ladies and Gentlemen, On Monday, April 2, yon will again have an opportunity of electing Five Councillor'? for this Urban District, and I venture to ask for a renewal of that conli- oenca which you have so generously accorded me in the past. Should you do toe the honour of re-electing me, you may reiy upon my continued efforts to further adninu-trafive reforms in the spirit of economy and with independent judgment, and due regard lor the welfare of the community at large. lam, and G en tIemen, Your faithful Servant, W. R. ROBERTS. Hamilton House, Milford Haven March 2°. 1906. Milford Haysn Urban District Council Election, 1906. TO THE ELECTORS. Ladies and Gentlemen, The term for which you elected me as one of your representatives on the above Council is about to expire, I therefore offer myself for re-election. The great improvements effected through- out the district of late years are of course apparent to all, and that these have been done without increasing the rate can only be considered satisfactory. The Water question being one of vital importance to the trade of the Port has re- ceived special attention, with the result that we have now a Storage capacity of over twenty-five million gallons, but further works are about to be undertaken which will, it is hoped, do away with the intermittent delivery of water from which many now have cause to complain, and will enable ALL resi- dents in the district to have a regular and plentiful supply. During the time I have had the honour to be a member of the Council, the business thereof has received my best attention, and should you again favour me with your con- fidence I shall do my utmost to deserve it and will act in the same independent manner as hitherto. I regret it will not be possible for me to make a personal call, but trust this will not cause me to lose any support. Hoping to receive your Vote and interest, 0 1 am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant, G. S. KELWAY. Avondale, Milford Haven, March 20, 1906. The Polling will take place at the DRILL HALL, between the hours of 12 noon and 8 p.m., on Monday, the 2nd of April, 1906. University College of Wales. Aberystwyth. DEPARTMENT OF LAW. Principal-T. F. ROBEBT*, .I,A., LL.D., Pro- fessor of Constitutional and Couparitive Law. VI. JETHRO BROWN, LL.D., LITT.D., Professor of English Law. T. ARTHUR LXVI, M.A., B.C.L. Short Courses in English Law specially intendfd for Articled Clerks will be held at the College for six weeks from April 23, 1906, to June 2, 1906. The subjects will include Courses of Lectures on:- 1—Common Law. 2—Evidence, and Civil and Criminal Procedure. 3-Equity with special reference to Trustsd Mortgages and Administration. The ranirs of all Artioied Clerks who intend to avail themstlves of these Lecturfs should be sent in to the Kegirtrar of the CoJiege by April 17 next. These Lectures are carried on by the aid cf a great Law Society, and they will be free to all Article, Clerks. For farther particulars apply to the Registrar, ja6 J. H. DAVIES, M.A TAKE NOTICE. fl. H. Lewis, Merchant, Solva, Has now in stock large quantities OF COA^ at the following prices PER TON. Carway Culm 13S. Best Trimsgran (through) 13s. The famous Cwlwm Du Bach. 15s. Best Lydney (Block) Coal 24s. Best Blaengarw Steam Coal 25s. Goul(Ji n'. Bumard and Al.u( r's I- a lid Amlwch MANU HES will also be kept. Also Best Quality Agricultural Seeds. SPECIAL.-A. El. L. is now in a position to offer the highest prices for Oats at Solva or Lettflrstcn. Send s ti lIe to Lewis, Solve.. 13-r4 FLAN N ELLTTE, If purchasers of tnis useful mater- ial for underwear all the year round would hnv the best English make. which can be obtained from all leading Drapers, they would avoid the 1i.k. tliey undoubtedly run with the inferior qualities of Flannelette. HORROCKSES' i AJt LETTES, made v 1; au lecturers of the cele^i-atpd 1 ongcloths, Twills j and Sheotings, | ARE THE BEST. S I" Horrockses I .'»JJIPtd on selvedge wery 5 yarcla. A Important Hotftee, The Pembroke County Guardian •which is the only County Paper, and contains news from the whole of Pem- brokeshire, as well as many other attractive features, is on sale at all Newsagents in the County and the important towns of South Wales. It will be forwarded by post to any address at the usual prepaid rate One Quarter, is 8d; Half Year, js 4d; One Year, 6s 8d. Advertisements for the North F-dilioll can be received up to noon on Wednesday, though classification cannot be ensured after first post all that day. For Mid County and South Editions advertisements can be received up to 5 o'clock Thursday afternoons, but position and classifiedtion can only be guaranteed up to 9 a.m. — » All Communications Concerning the Pembroke County Guardian" must be addressed Old Bridge, Haverfordwest.

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