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f »<g—MS—OBKX&S&tS jtiZErTitn&i EBusiness Bfcfcresscs. EXCELSIOR" WHISKY The EXCELSTOR Blend has been produced with great scientific skill and judgment, and possesues 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 Whisky wit,h con/Hence as a safe and palatable stimulant to tt e Sick and Convalescent."— Practitioner. RKCSTERED SOLE PROPRIETORS MARGRAVE BROTHERS, Wine and Spirit Importers, Llanelly, South Wales. rHE SWANSEA MERCANTILE BANK Limited, OF 18, PARK STREET, SW ANSEA. MAKE CASH ADVANCES DAILY FROM £ 5 to P,500 TO FARMEBS and ALL CLASSES of respect- able householders upon their own Note o' Hand, find other kinds of securities. ALL TRANSACTIONS STRICTLY PUIVATE App'y to H. B. JONES, Manager, Or W. D. PHILLIPS, Auctioneer, Haverfordwest Local Representati Personal attendance every Wednesday afternoot, and at other times by special appointment at Vic- toria Road, opposite the Dock gates, Milford Hbven sel Educational. FRENCH AND CERMAN TAUCHT, BY MAX METZGER. Evening CLASSES MjOsdAYS and FRIDAYS 8 to 9, at 8, Market Street, Haverfordwest. J>RIVATE PUPILS taken. FRENCH and G; I: MAN Translations Promptly Executed. Terms on application. Dec21-i2 University College of Wales, Abeiys- twyth. (ONE OF THE CONSTITUENT COLLEGES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WALES). President-The Right Hon. LORD RENDAL. Principal—T. F. ROBERTS, M.A., (Oxon), LL.D. (Vict.) The next Session begins on October the 2nd. A number of Entrance Scholarships and Ex- hibtiion, open to both Male and Female Candi- dates above the age of 16, are offered for Competition on Tuesday, September 18th, 1906, and the following days. Students are prepared for Degrees in Arts, Science (including the applied Science of Agriculture), Law and Music. Sessional Composition Fee, £10, with additional Laboratory Fees for Science Students. Regi- stration Fee £1. Men Students reside in Registered lodgings in the town, or at the Men's Hostel; Warden Prof. J. W. Marshall, M.A. Women Students reside in the Alexandra Hall of Residence for Women. For full particulars respecting the General Arts and Science De- partments, the Law, Agricuture, and Day Trainirg DAT .y- -&.v.t.JL)" t. Hostels, apply to 'r J. H. DAVIES, M.A., Registrar. Haverfordwest Grammar School FOUNDED 1613. SUCCESSES gained in 1901-2 include the following: Exhibition, Magdalen College, Oxford (£70 per annum). I Exhibition Jesus College, Oxford. (( £ 50 per annum). Entrance to R. M. C. Sandhurst. Assistant Clerkship R.N. (9th place oj 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 tho Headmaster's House. Apply HEADMASTER, School House, Haverfordwest. TasKer's High School For Girl& HAVERFORDWEST. Headmistress: MISS ANDERSON, B.A. (Assisted by highly qualified mistresses). FEES El 6s. 8d. per term. Special Sdbjects: Greek, German, and Painting, 15s. per term. RE OPENS TUESDAY, JANUARY 15th, at 2 p.m. ——— I Country Pupils are only allowed to board at the Hostel, specially provided for Pupils of the School, or at houses approved by the Governing Body, of which a list cu be ob- tained (with any other information desired relative to school arrangements), either from the Headmistress, or from Mr J. W. Phillips, Solicitor, Tower Hill, Clerk to the Governors. The next Term will begin on Wednesday Afternoon, September 19th. 2Sepl4 St. David's County School Chairman: THE VERY REV. THE DEAN OF ST DAVIDS Vice-Chairman: CAPT. S. ROACH. Headmaster: MR. THOMAS THOMAS, B.A. (London). Assistant Master: MR. H. P. JACKSON, M.Sc. (Vic.). Assistant Mistress: MISS K. M. GREEN, L.L.A. (St. Andrews), Cambridge Teachers' Diploma. Assistant Mistress: MISS E. H. MOSELEY, B.A. (Wales), with Honours. Pupils prepared for the London Matricula- tion, the Oxford and Cambridge Locals, the Legal, Medical, and Pharmaceutical Examina- tions, the Entrance Scholarship Examinations of the University Colleges of Wales, and the South Kensington Sciene and Art Examina- tions. TUITION FEES.— £ 4 per annum, or Pl 6s. ed. per term; two (brothers or sisters) iC7 per per annum, or £2 6s. 8d. per term; three (brothers or sisters) E10 per annum, or £3 68. 8d. per term. Pupils taking Music will be charged an extra fee. For terms and further particulars, Prospec- tus, etc., apply to the Headmaster, or to MR. W. D. WILLIAMS, The Registrar, St. Davids. fllMscellaneous. I THOUSANDS ARB Mn* Bradford** • V0WZL' Washing MMMM I WASHING "AT HOME. MVU* Una, takMr, aad voar aai tear at IMaM « asvfealltB. THOMAS BlUDfORP 00, Hot-withstanding Statements made to the contrary, the 44 Couniy Guardian haw a GUARANXEEO circulation far in esceaa of any other paper printed and published in the C-ountys ""å!. Xegal. Re William James Evans, deceased. W A T ED information concerning the heirs -or next-of kin of WILLIAM JAMES EVANS, who went to America from Pembroke- -hire about 1870. at which time he was approxi- mately twenty-tive years of age, and followed the trade of car builder, wheelwright, or Cabin, t .Nlake .-Al,ply to H. A. JONES-LLOYD, Solicitor, Pembroke Dock. Q 10jail Sales bp Ruction. ST. DAVIDS, PEMBROKESHIRE. TO WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, BREWERS AND OTHERS. Sale of valuable FREEHOLD FULLY- LI' 'ENSED PROPERTY, together with the good will and possession of the GROVE HOTEL, St. Davids, MR WILLIAM JONES HAS received instructions to SELL BV AUCTION at the MARINER'S HOTEL, HAVER- FORDWEST, on WEDNESDAY, the 16th day of JANUARY, 1907, at three o'clock in the afternoon, the exceptionallv valuable FULLY-LICENSED HOTEL, and PREMISES known as THE GROVE HOTEL, with the LANDS adjoining, situate in the Cathe- dral < ity of S, Davids, Pembrokeshire, now in the occupation of the Proprietor. The Premises comprise on the Ground Floor, large Hall with Coffee, Drawing, Reading, Sitting and Smoke Rooms, together with Bar, Cellar, Kitchen, Scullery, Dairy and usual Out-offices; on tin first floor, nine Bedrooms, Lavatory, and W.C., and on the second floor, several Mtcs. Adjoining the Premises there is a large Yard, numerous Stables, Saddle-room, Coaeh-house, Motor Garage and Pit, Cart Houses, Pigsties, Sheds and Hayguard, a large Walled Garden with Greenhouse, 31 feet x 11 feet; with the Lawns, Grounds, Walks, 3 Fields and Plantation the whole property sta nding on about 11 acres of ground. The Property occupies a first-rate position, and is fitted with Electric Bells, Gas and Water Supply, and has complete Sanitary arrangements. A satisfactory trade has been carried on by the Proprietor and his predecessors, and by the open- ing up of the new route to Ireland via Fishguard, a still larger trade may be reasonably axpected. Immediate possession. 10 For full particulars and for order to inspect, apply to the Auctioneer at his ces, Buckingham House. High Street, Haverfordwest; or to MR. W. J/ JONES, Solicitor, Victoria Place, Haverfordwest December 3rd, 1906. .C' I announcements. N Alt BERTH EISTEDDFOD, Easter Monday, 1901' CHIEF CHORAL COMPETITION R20 (And prize to Conductor value X2 2s.) MALE VOICE COMPETITION XIO 10s. PART SO N'T do 955s. OPEN SOLO do (For ladies and gentlemen), and other substan- tiial prizes. Programmes may be shortly obtained, post free 2d, of R. J. Mogford or Jonah John, Hon. Secretaries, High Street, Narberth. 2jall ZEenfcers. To Builders and Contractors TENDERS are invited for the erection of a SHOP and DWELLING HOU,E in West Street, Fishguard, for Mr Francis Davies, draper. Plans and specifications may be seen on and after Monday, January 7th, 1907, at the address of the undersigned. Sealed Tenders to be delivered to the under- signed not later than 12 o'clock noon, Monday, January 21st., 1907. The lowest nor any tender will not necessarily be accepted. FRANCIS A. DAVIKS. Paris House, West Street, Fishguard. 2jall CHEAP PREPAID ADVER- TISEMENTS. ManteD. Junior Clerk Wanted. WANTED as a Junior CJ^rk in a Haver- fordwest Office a SmArt Lad just leaving school. Excellent opdmtfg.—Apply "Quill," A pply school. Excellent op g.-Apply "Qaill, "County Guardian Office, Haverfordwest. Don't Bead This. WANTED, Men and Roys of/good character for Royal Navy and /Royal Marines. Good pay, and pension ovt leaving.—Apply Recruting Office, North ItepK Street, Pembroke Dock. ocl9—13 jfor Sale. FOR Sale, cheap Child's Double Mail-cart in good condition. Also Gent's Bicycle, free wheel, new departure hub. Must be sold. No reasonable offer refused. Mr Perry, 23, Pembroke Street, Pembroke Dock. FOR SALE.—Welsh Terrier Bitch, 2 years, by Pembro Priest, ex-Pen<iaer Folly, cheap. —Mathry Vicarage. 7 ji4— For Sale. STRONGLY BUILT SHED, feet long, 12 v-ide, corrugated iron rorff, with troughs and down pipes, 2 doors, windows and shutters also stove with piping n/4 guards.—Apply, Thomas Llewellyn, (Jornei/Piece, Treffgarne. no9— Zo met. TO LE r, House at Clarbeston Road, 3 Bed- -t- rooms, 2 Reception, Kitchen and Scullery, Large Gardens back and front. Apply, Mit-s Lewis, the present occupier. rpO LET, Double Licensed House in centre of Pembroke Dock. Good trade.—Apply No "License," Pembroke County Guardian" Office, Haverfordwest. 3jall IMPORTANT NOTICE. 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 aft. 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, 3S 4d; One Year, 6s 8d. Advertisementsfor the North Edition can be received up to noon on Wednesday, though classification cannot be ensured after first post on that day. For Mid County and South Editions advertisements can be received up to 5 o'clock Thursday afternoons, but position and classification can only be guaranteed up to 9 a.m. PEOPLE WHO KNOW THEIR BUSINESS ADVERTISE IN "THE COUNTY GUARDIAN," BECAUSE IT IS THE BEST PAPER, THE LARGEST PAPER, And has a CIRCULATION about DOUBLE that of any other paper in the County.





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