PEMBROKESHIRE AND HAVERFORDWEST INFIRMARY. CONTRIBUTIONS 1866. THE Honorary Secretaries beg most gratefully to acknowledge the receipt of the following snmi, and would at the same time respectfully urge upon the attention of those Clergymen and Dissenting Ministers 'n the county, who have not yet made collecuans in behalf of this institution for the present year, the pressing and many claims which it has on their sympathy and support. if s. d. Collection in Jefferston Church, per Rev.J. D. Palmour Ditto in Burton Church, per Rev. Joseph Tombs 3 13 0 Ditto in Robeston West Church, per Rev W. H. Higgon 1 8 8 Ditto in Llawhaden Church, per Rev Daniel Jones 2 8 6 Ditto in Bletherston Church, per Rev Daniel Jones 0 15 6 Ditto in National School Room, Solva, per » Rev J. P. Williams 2 5 u tims Ditto in Lampeter Velfrey Church, per Rev Richard Lewis lib Ditto in Bethesda Baptist Chapel, Haverford- west, per Rev Dr Davies 8 0 0 Ditto in St Mary's Church, Haverfordwest, per Rev J. H. A. PhIlipps, M.A. 10 4 1 Donation from proceeds of Narberth Road Eisteddfod 5 0 0
BENSON J. w. 25, Old Bond-street, having re- constructed these magnificent premises, invites an inspection of artistic works. BFNSON J W.. STEAM FACTORY for CLOCKS ) and WATCHES, 58 and 60, Ludgate Hill. BENSON, J. W., 99, Westbourne Grove. OENSON, J. W., 164, Tottenham-court-road. I BENSON, J. W., MAKER of the GOLD CASKET presented by the City of London to H.ll.H. the PRINCE OF WALES. BENSON. J. W., MAKER of the CASKET presented P by the City of London to H.R.H. PRINCE ALFRED. ^ENSON, J. W., PRIZE MEDAL, LONDON, Class 33. JJENSON, J. W.,PRIZE MEDAL,DUBLIN, Class 10. BENSON, J. W., HONOURABLE MENTION, LONDON, Class 15. BENSON, J. W., MAKER of the CHRONOGRAPH -0 by which the DERBY is TIMED. BENSON J. W., MAKER of the GREAT CLOCK of J) the EXHIBITION, 1862. BENSON'S Watch Pamphlet, illustrated, on every construction of Watch, with their prices, post free, 2d. BENSON'S WATCHES are sent to all parts of the World safe by post. BENSON'S WATCHES,-Gold and Silver, at 200 to 2 Guineas. BENSON'S 4 Guinea London-made patent Lever Silver Watch, capped and jewelled, in all sizes. BENSON'S 2 Guinea Horizontal Silver Watch, in all sizes. BENSON'S WATCHES, CHRONOGRAPH, KEY- LESS REPEATERS. BENSON'S WATCHES, CHRONOMETER, DU- j 13 PLEX, LEVER. BENSON'S WATCHES, HORIZONTAL CENTRE SECONDS, &c 1 BENSON'S WATCHES in Sizes of Half to Three U Inches in Diameter. WATCHES REPAIRED by ENGLISH, FRENCH, SWISS, and GERMAN ARTISTS. BENSON'S CLOCKS for the CARRIAGE. Five Guineas. ENSONIS CLOCKS for the DRAWING, DINING -0 and BED-ROOMS. =- l^ENSON'S CLOCKS for the HALL, LIBRARY, and CARRIAGE. KELSON'S CLOCKS for CHURCHES, TURRETS, and STABLES. BENSON'S CLOCKS and GARNITURES DE CHE- MINEES. CLOCKS REPAIRED by ENGLISH, FRENCH, and GERMAN ARTISTS. QANDELABRA in ORMOLU and BRONZE. QjANDELABRA IN SILVER and ELECTROPLATE BRONZES d'ART by ROSA and ISIDORE BON- HE UR. T^ONZES d'ART by CLODION, BARYE, and CARRIER. |^ttONZES d'ART, byPRADIER, CHARTROUSSE, &c. JEWELLERY, DIAMOND, of ORIGINAL DE- SIGNS. JEWELLERY for BRIDAL and other PRESENTS. iT^WELLERY, designed by ITALIAN and FRENCH ARTISTS. JEWELLERY, GOLD, for MOURNING WEAR, in great variety. K^YER PLATE, designed expressly for PRESEN- CE TATION. SilLYER PLATE for RACING, FIELD, or AQUATIC SPORTS. ILVER PLATE for the SIDEBOARD, DINNER, and TEA TABLES. ^ILVER PLATE for INDIA, ^ILYER PLATE, for DINNERS 2b la RUSSE. PLATE, FLOWER, and FRUIT STANDS. L^GATE-HILL, OLD BOND-STREET, WEST- N E-GROYE, and TOTTENHAM-COURT- SUGAR FOR PRESERVING, P P ELLIS HAS NOW ON SALE A. FULL ASSORTMENT OF RAW AND REFINED SUGARS, AT VERY LOW PRICES. TEA AND GROCERY ESTABLISHMENT, HIGH STREET, HAVERFORDWEST. FOR WATCHES AND CLOCKS, REALLY GOOD AUD CHEAP, GO TO THE OBSERVATORY, MAR IC E T STREET, HAVERFORDWEST. T. J. WHITE, WATCH & CLOCK MAKER, JEWELLHE, SILVERSMITH, OPTICIAN, So., &c., IN returning thanks for the very kind and liberal support bestowed on him during the last eighteen years, beg# to announce that he is constantly receiving from the London and other Markets fresh supplies o! Watches, Clocks, Jewellery in Gold and Silver and Plated, Silver and Electro Plate, Spectacles, Eye Glasses and Preservers, Mourning Jewellery in jet, vulcanite, &c, of the newest designs, best material and workmanship, and which he is enabled to sell at very low prices. Silver Watches jewelled, from 18s 6d each; Gnld Watches jewelled, from £ 2 15=> each; Lady's Gold and Gem Rings, 9 carat stamped, from 4s 6d Gentlemen's Gold signet Rings, from 7s 6d; Solid Silver Brooches, from 4 £ d each; Watch Glasses, 2d each, best English Lunette's, 6d each. EVERY WATCH AND CLOCK SOLD BY T. J. WHITE IS WARRANTED FOR THREE YEARS, AND WILL BE TAKEN BACK IF IT DOES NOT GO WELL. Just received, a large supply of his 01úLEBl-?,ArrED WORKING MAN'S WATOH- which he recommends as a strong and useful time-keeper, many hundreds of which he has sold during the last eighteen years; other Verge, Horizontal, Duplex, and Lever Watches, of all sizes and prices, always in stock. Agent for the sale of Braham's Pantescopic Spectacles and Eye Preservers, for assisting every defect of vision. Vertical, Lever. Horizontal, Duplex, and Repeating Watches, also Clocks of every description, carefully Cleaned, Repaired, and Timed, by first-class workmen, under T. J. White's personal superintendence, who has had more than twenty-five years experience in this branch of the business. WEDDING RINGS AND KEEPERS OF PURE (22 CARAT) GOLD. Plate, and Piated Goods, and Jewellery, of every description, carefully and neatly Repaired; worn Plated Articles replated equal to new.
PRENDERGAST CHURCH RESTORATION FUND. IN the rear 1845 an effort was mads by the late Rev. W. W. Harris to repair and enlarge the Parish Church of Prendergast, and subscriptions were promised towards that object to the amount of about £ 200. The failure of that effort from various causes, combined with the increased dilapidations which have accrued during the last twenty years now render an entire reconstruc- tion and enlargement of the fabric absolutely necessary. Towards this undertaking the Rector and Church- wardens respectfully solicit the assistance of the public. Population, Prendergast 1540 Number of sittings in present Church. 180 Ditto in proposed Church 314 Contributions already promised:- £ s. d. Mr Massy, Cottesmore 100 0 0 Rev. J. H. A. Philipps, Picton Castle 100 0 0 Mr Scourfield, M.P., Williamston 50 0 0 Mr Lloyd, Glanafon 50 0 0 Mr Owen, Withybush. 50 0 0 Mr John Harvey, Picton Place. 50 0 0 Mr Joshua Harvey, Mill Bank. 50 0 0 Rev. F. Foster, M.A., Poyston 50 0 0 Mr Davies, Spring Gardens. 25 0 0 Mr Stannard, Old Bridge. 25 0 0 Lord Bishop of St. David's. 20 0 0 Mr R. H. Harvey. 20 0 0 NirLortPhillipg, M-P, Lawronriv Park 10 0 0 Mr Rose, Springfield 10 0 0 Mr Walters, High Street 20 0 0 Mr Daniel Lloyd, Old Brioge. 5 0 0 Mrs James, Commercial Inn. 5 0 0 Mr Williams, Spring Gardens 5 0 0 Mr John Lewis, Woodbine 5 0 0 Mr John Duckfield, Old Bridge 3 3 0 Mr Street, London, per Mr Smithett 3 3 0 Messrs Jones & Nash, Bristol. 220 Mr Morris, Prendergast 2 0 0 Mr James, Prendergast Hill 2 0 0 Mr Taylor, Old Bridge. 10 0 Mrs John, Prendergast, 110 Mr Thomas John, Prendergast 110 Mr E. H. Smithett, Market-street. 110 Mr Cope, Saethaelwyd 1 1 0 Mr Madocks, Picton Place 1 0 0 Mr R.H.WHson,Bristo). 1 0 0 Mr Titus Jenkins, Old Bridge. 1 0 0 Messrs Powell, Mathias, & Evans.. o 0 0 Mr P. P. Ellis, High-street 220 Messrs R. James & Son. 2 2 0 Mr Thomas Baker, High-street. 2 2 0 Mrs Williams, Mill Inn 2 2 0 Miss Mountague, Bristol. 4 0 0 Miss Barnard, Bristol. 1 0 0 Mr John Phillips, Victoria Place. 100 Mr Jos. Godwin, Wrington I 3 0 Mr E. Potter, High-street 1 0 0 A Friel^, per Mr Stannard 2 2 0 Mr Joseph Thomas, Bridge-street.. 5 0 0 Mr S. Jenkins, Prendergast 1 0 0 A Friend. 1 0 0 Mr Davies, Plough and Harrow. 1 0 0 Mr James Godwin, Bristol.. 5 0 0 Messrs Greenish and Dawkins. 2 2 0 The Misses Reynolds, Salutation. 2 2 0 Mr Edmond, Dark-street. 1 0 0 Mr W. Hood, High-street 1 0 0 Rev Mr and Mrs Barham, Trecwn 20 0 0 Mr Goode, High-street 5 0 0 Mr G. L. Owen, Withybush 5 5 0 Mr T. R. Owen, Foley House 2 2 0 Mrs Brownell, Leamington, per Mrs Massy 10 0 Mr Vallance, Hurst Pier-point 2-2 0 Mr D.R. Evans 1 1 0 Mr H. D. Reynolds, Surgeon, Haver- ford west 1 1 0 A Friend, per Mrs Barham 10 0 0 Mr Henly, High Street 500 Mr Wna. Lloyd, High Street 1 1 0 Mrs Rees, Market Street 1 0 0 Miss Stokes, Market Street 0 10 0 Mr Wilson, Market Street, per Mr Smithett 0 10 6 Capt. and Mrs Smithett, per Mr Smithett 1 0 0 A A. per Mr Smithett 0 10 0 Mr E. Ellis, Dew Street 0 10 G Collected oy Miss Phillips, Poyston. 4 0 0 Mr H. Davies, Old Bridge. 5 0 0 Mr Phillips, Prendergast Place 1 0 0 Rev T. Horn, Hill-street 2 0 0 Mr Oakshot, Swansea. 1 1 0 A Friend. 2 0 0 Mr Phillips, Shoals Hook.. 0 10 0 Rev R. T. Hopper, Clifton. 1 0 0 Mr Miles, Prendergast. 0 10 6 Mr Walter Reynolds. 1 1 0 Mr James Williams, Market-street.. 0 10 6 Mr Hughes, Victoria Place. 1 0 0 Mr D. P. Saunders, Bridge-street. 1 0 0 Mr Stephen Green, High-street. 110 Mr John Brown, Market-street .< 110 Miss Gwyther, Swan Inn 1 0 0 Mr T. James, Commercial Inn 110 Mr Lleweliin. Spittal 0100 Mr Bowen, High-street. 1 0 0 Mr James A. Owen, Westminster 2 2 0 Rev. James Allen, Castlemartin 10 0 0 Mr Henry Allen, Barrister-at'Law 2 2 0 Mr Colby, Fynone, per Mrs Massy 2 0 0 Mr Scuriock, High-street 0 10 6 Messrs W. Baker and Sons, Bristol, per Mr Farrow 3 3 0 Mr Charles Prior, per Mr P. P. ElLs." 0 10 6 Collected by Miss Williams, Mill Inn 3 3 10 Mrs D. Lewis, Quay-street 1 0 0 Mr Griffiths, High-street 0 10 0 Mr John Harding, Prendergast 1 0 0 Mr and Mrs Dawson, Sydenham. 10 10 0 Mrs Bushe and Miss Phillips. 2 0 0 Mr W. L. Harding, City Road. 0 10 0 Mr T. N. Phillips, Dew-street 0 10 0 Mr Campbell, Old Bridge 1 0 0 Mr Blethyn, High-street 0 10 0 Mr John Williams at Lloyd's, coach- maker. 1 1 0 Mr David Lewis, Bridge-street. 1 0 0 A Friend 10 0 0 Mr Thomas Harding, Prendergast 1 0 0 Rev W. B. Rowlands 1 1 0 Mr Win, Owen, Portfield 110 Mr lirown, Kensington House. 2 2 0 Mr Morris, Bristol 1 1 0 Collected by Miss E. Foster 17 16 0 Ditto by Miss L. Foster 3 7 9 Ditto by Miss M. Clerk 1 11 0 Mrs Barnard, Clifton. 1 0 0 A Friend, per Mr White. 0 10 0 Mr Rogers, Tower Hill. 0 10 0 A Friend 1 0 0 Mrs Sawyer, Clifton 2 2 0 Mr Kerslake, Bristol. 010 6 Miss Sykes, Clifton 0 10 0 Mrs Robins, per Mrs Barham. 5 0 0 Rev T. Martyn, Hill-street 1 0 0 Mr Marychurch, BridgeeBtreet 110 Collected in weekly pence by parish- ioners 23 3 4 Collected by Miss Nash, Clifton. 1 0 0 Collected by Miss Cousins, Bristol.. 2 10 (! Mr P. White, jun. Prendergast. 1 0 0 MeSHS Norman and Lewis 1 0 0 Mr Farrow, Old Bridge 2 2 0 Mr Thomas Cole, Peignton 1 10 0 Collected by Mr T. Cole 0 10 0 Mr T. Daniel, Bristol 5 0 0 Mr P. White, Prendergast (annual).. 1 0,0 MrT.Riehards.Prendergast. 100 Mrs Richards. Hermitage. 1 0 0 Collected by Mrs James, Commercial Inn (j 0 0 Ditto Mr Lewis, Bristol. 10 12 6 Ditto Miss Klappert, Hill-street. 3 0 0 The Very Rev. the Dean of St Davfd's 2 2 0 Mr James Griffiths, Prendergast. 1 0 0 FRANCIS FOSTER, M.A., Rector JOHN HARVEY,! PHILIP WHITE,} Churchwardens,
THE SMOKER'S BONBON i IMMEDIATELY and effectually removes the Tasta and Smell of Tobacco from the Mouth and Breath, and renders Smoking agreeable and safe. It is very pleasant and wholesome. Prepared by a patent process, from the recipe of an eminent physician, by SCHOOL- ING & Co, Wholesale and Export Confectioners, Beth- nal Green, London. One Shilling per box; post free, 14 stamps.—Sold by Chemists, Tobacconists, &c. tI STEAM COMMUNICATION WITH TH SOUTH OF IRELAND, Viatitw Milford (Milford 4 Water ford DAILY SERVICE—3UJIDATS EXCEPTED. THE Milford Haves and Waterford Steam Ship Company's JL Royal Mail Steamers will sail (wind and weather per MILFORD HAVEN & WATERFORD. From New Milford,6.45 p.m.,cn j From Waterford, 6.0 p.ra, on •mvalolthe 9.15 a m. express arrival of the train from Cork, and 6.0 a.m. third class trains, j Limerick, &c, so as to enable so as to enable passengers to j" passengers to proceed by proceed by the 8.0 a.m train to 8.15a.m.express train, reaching Limerick, Cork, &c. | London about 6 p.m. For further particulars apply at au)" of the Ilaiiway Station or of iVi essrs Jackson & Co, New Milford, South Wales. Se B adsbaw's Railway Guide and Time Tablp
STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN LIVERPOOL, MILFORD, SWANSEA, & BRISTOL For the Month of SEPTEMBER, 1866. The Liverpool and Bristol Channel Steam Navigation Company's Steam Ships SOVEREIGN, Capt, W. Aflams. ANN;vVf.exon,Capt. Roulston MONTAGU, Capt Spcakman J .KENNEDY, Capt. Welsh JANE BACON, Capt. Neill SWANSEA, Capt. it. Barrett. ARTIZAN, Capt. Morns AGNES JACK, Capt. Gibbs WINDKKMERE, Capt. J. Barrett The above, or some other suitable vessel, is intended to sai with Goods aad Passengers, (unlessprevented by any unforeseen jccurrencc) as follows, with or without pilots, and liberty to tow vessels;- From Liverpool to Milford and Bristol. Landing passengers for SWANSEA, at the Mumbles (weather permitting.) Haturday, Sept. 1 11, after 1 Saturday fi 1 after Saturday 8 9 morn > Saturday 22 8 even Saturday, Sept. 29th, 12k noon. From Milford for Bristol. Landing Passengersfor Swansea at the Mumbles (weather permitting) Sunday, Sept. 2 8 morn Sunday 16 7 morn Sunday 9 3 morn Sunday 23 2 after Sunday, Sept. 30, 6 morn. From Milford for Liverpool. Returning from Bristol every Tuesday, and from Swansea every Wednesday. Wednesday Sept. 5 7 night Wednesday. !9. 5 after Wednesday 11 !2 noon Wednesday 26 12 noon FARES :— (Return tickets available for two voyages.) Cabin. Deck. Return Milf 3rd to or from Liverpool. 135 Od 7s Od 1811 MiltVrd to or from Bristol 8s Gd 7s Od 138 Milford to or from Swansea (Mumbles) 5s Od 3s Cd — Passengers are landed and embarked at Milford (weather per- mitting) free of charge in the Steam Tender GIPSY. For further particulate- see small bill, or apply to John Bacon and Co., Managing Owners, 14, Water-street, Liverpool; G. BU Evans, Bristol; Charles Lamb, Swansea; John Kenworthy ani- qo., Manchester. R. D. HORE, AGENT MILFORD.
CURES AND COMFORT FOR THE BEDRID DEN 'A" BY HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. THIS wonderful Ointment acts like magic in relieving and curing old sores, wounds, bad legs, ulcers, and eruptions of the skin; when rubbed on the surface it penetrates and purifies each tissue on its passage, and exerts the most wholesome influence over the internal structures. It heals by cleansing all animal fluids with which it comes in contact, and thereby promotes a sound and permanent cure. Gout and Rheumatism, To sufferers from the racking pains of Rheumatism and Gout this Ointment will prove invaluable. After fomentation with warm water the soothing action of this Ointment is most remarkable; it seems at once to lessen inflammation, ease pain, reduce the swelling, restore natural circulation, and expeis the disease. For the above complaints liolloway's Ointment and Pills are in- valuable specifics. Diptheria, Bronchitis, Sore Throats, Coughs, and Colds. This class of diseases may be cured by well rubbing the Ointment, three times a day, upon the throat, chest, and back of the patient. It will soon penetrate and give immediate relief. In all stages of Influenza, Colds, and Bronchitis, this treatment may be followed with effi- ciency and safety-indeed it has never been known to fail. All Varieties of Skin Diseases, Scrofula, and Scurvy. This Ointment is a certain cure for Ringworm, Scurvy Scrofula, or King's Evil, and the most inveterate skin diseases to which the human race is subject. They can- not be treated with a safer or more speedy remedy than. Holloway's Ointment, assisted by his celebrated Pills, which act so powerfully on the constitution and so purify the blood that these disorders are completely eradicated from the system, and lasting cure obtained. I Piles, Fistulas, and Internal Inflammation. These complaints are most distressing to both body and mind, false delicacy concealing them from the knowledge of the most intimate friends. Persons suffer for years from Piles and similar complaints when they might use Holloway's Ointment with instant relief, and effect their own cure without the annoyance of explaining their ail- ments to anyone. The Pills greatly assist the Ointment, as they purity the blood, regulate its circulation, renew deceased structures, and invigorate the entire system. Both the Ointment and Pills should be used in the following cases:- Bad Legs Chiego-foot Fistulas Sore-throats Bad Breasts Chilblains Gout Skin-disease Burns Chapped-hands GlanduiarSwel'Wgs Scurvy Bullions Corns (Soft) Lumbago Sore-heads BiteofMos- Cancers Piles Tumours chetoes & Contracted and Rheumatism Ulcers Sand-Flies Stiff-joints Scald beads Wounds Coco-Bay (Elephantiasis Sore Nipples I Yaws Sold at the Establishment of Professor Holloway, 244, Strand, ineai Temple Bar) London, and also by all respectable druggists and dealers in medicines throughoat the civilized world, at the following prices:—ls.ljd, 2s.9d., 4s.6d, lis, 22s, & SSs.Mtch pot There is a considerablesaving by taking thelarger sizes. tt.B.—Direction efor the guidance of patient''in every disorder areaffixeito each pot. N.B.—Holloway's Pills and Ointment can be had of all Chemists and Druggists, with "Welsh Directions, without extra expend