> VISITORS TO HAVERFORDWEST, AND OTHERS WHO WISH TO EXPEND THEIR MONEY TO THE (BEST ADVANTAGE ARE RESPECTFULLY INVITED TO GALL AT P. P. E L L I S'S G ROC E R Y E STAB LI S R M E NT, HIGH-STREET, HAVERFORDWEST, WHERE they can select goods of choice quality, at suitable prices to meet their requirements. The Teas TT and Coffees now on sale are unusually good. Reduced Prices charged on quantities. Orders by letter bave particular attention PLEASE OBSERVE-LOWER. DOOR FOR RETAIL DEPARTMENT.
PliENDERGAST CHURCH REBUILDING FUND ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIPTIONS. g S. d. Right Hon. Lord Dynevor 5 0 0 Mrs Atkinson, London, per Mr Joshua Harvey 5 0 0 Mr Whitehead, Saddleworth, per Mr Joshua Harvey 2 2 0 Mr Harford, Haverfordwest, 1 0 0 Mr Meares, Bath 1 0 0 Rev S. R. Roe, Elstree 2 2.0 Mr Insali, Bristol, per Mr Staunard. 0 5 0 Mrs Evans, London, per Mrs Harrle8. 1 0 (i Rev A. Richardson, per Mr Harries 1 0 0 Miss Bowen, Newport, per Mr Harries 0 5 0 Miss: Carrow, Goat Street. 1 0 0 Mr Wood, Bristol 5 0 0 Mr Wilson, Bristol, third subscription. 110 Mr A Phillips, Bristol 1 1 0 Collected bu Mr Birch, junior, High Street 6 6 0 Total amount collected in weekly pence 56 0 0 Total amonn collected at School Room Service by weekly offertory 14 4 6 Mr Pitman, Picton Castle 5 0 0 Collected by Mrs Rose, Springfield 1 10 0 Mr J. Davies, New Quay. 100 Mrs Foster, Clifton 5 0 0 Mr Campbell. Mount Pleasant 1 0 0 Mr and Mrs Randle, Avallenau 920 A Friend—(Maidenhead) 5 0 0 Clericus. 0 10 0 Mrs Rowlands, Old Bridge 0 5 0 Mrs Peters, Park Cottage 0 5 0 Mr Gibbon, Roger's Hook 0 10 0 The following articles have also been presented:— parved Oak Lectern, by Mr Wilson, Bristol; Brass pulpit Lights, by Rev Dr Hardman, Brockley Court, Bristol.
STEAM COMMUNICATION WIT THE SOUTH OF IRELAND. Xew Milford (Milford Haven) and Waterford Daily Service (Sundays excepted). V The Milford Haven and Waterford Steam Ship Com- pany's Royal Mail Steamers will sail, weather per- mitting— FROM NEW MILFORD, At 7.45 p.m, on arrival of the 9 15 a.m. Express, and 6.0 a.III, third class trains, so as to enable passengers to Proceed by the 6.0 a m. train to Limerick, Cork, &c. FROM WATERFORD, Itt 4 p.m, on arrival of the train from Cork, Limerick, &c 80 as to enable passengers to proceed by the 8.35 It. rn, and second class Express train, reaching London apout 60 p.m, and third class, arriving in London 9.45 p.m. For further particulars apply to any ■of the Railway rations, or to Messrs Jackson & Co, New Milford, South ««les. ^,See Bxadflfeaw's and Irish Guides, and Railway Timej tables. THE GRAND PROMOTERS OF HEALTH. HOLLOWAY'S FILLS. rHE grand secret of attaining happiness is to seeme good health, without which life is stripped of al' The first irregularity of any function uid be checked and set right by an appropriate dose these fine purifying Pills, which strengthen the system thoroughly cleansing the lilood from all impurities. Jtey balance disordered action, remove the cause of ^turbance, and restore its normal and natural power to «ry organ, without inconvenience, pain, or any other r*wbaok. Determination of Blood to the Head. tt This is generally occasioned by some irregularity oi stomach and bowels, which if not quickly attended fa1 ^equently terminates fatally. A few doses of these j ttious Pills ntver fail to give tone to the stomach, regu* j.ty to the secretions, and purity to the fluids. Vertigo, Jftinessof sight, and other indications of approaching Jroplexy, are entirely dissipated by a course of this 'ttiirable medicine. Scrofula .antl,dl Shin Diseases, twL0r B^ID diseases, however inveterate, there medi- are a sovereign remedy. While the 'Pills act npon blood, which they purify, the Ointment passes ugh the pores of the skin, and cleanses every struc- as water saturates the soil, or as salt penetrates meat, fe 6 Whole physical machinery is thus rend-ered healthy, ^Ur, and vigorous. Coughs, Colds, md Asthmas. '8'r) medicine will cure colds of long duration, or such settled upon the chest so quickly as tfoese famous Bven in cases where the first sta&e of a8thma has these Pills may be relied on as a certain and 'ita "fa'l'ng remedy, particularly if the be C&taneously wen rubbed into the chest^nd throat! "■H and morning. Indigestion.—Bilious Headache. ItThele Complaints are sometimes considered trifling, but be borne in mind that, by inattention and neg- to tftey often end most seriously. Give early though' deranged stomach, take Holtoway's Pills., rub his Vn,brated Ointment over the pit of the stomach, ;and you 8llortly perceive a change for the better in your *Cotion' spirits, appetite, strength., and energy. The ^fl°»emefit, though it may be gradual, will be tbsrougb a 148tiinlg. I °*><ty'#Fills are the best remedy known in the worldforth following diseases: Dropsy Liver com- Ticdoulooffcus Va Dysentery plaints Tumours lAj" com- Erysipelas Lumbago Ulcers SC8 Femaleirregu- Piles Venerealaffiec- R on larities Rheumatism tions Fevers of all Retention of Worms of a) kinds „ urinf kinds 18 Fits Scrofula, or Weakness, Gout „ Kln3'8 E7n fr°m what- on°f Head-ache Sore throats ever cause, Indigestion Stone& Gravel &c &c. n 11 Inflammation Secondary Jaundice symptoms the Establishment of PROFESSOR HOLLOWAT, 244 VkPSiatear Temple Bar,) London, also by all respectable a;s and Dealers in Medicines throughout the civilised v* following prices:—-Is l|d, 2s 9d,4s6d, is, 22s, Wi^box. ,jjj*,ei8acon8iderable8avingbytakingthelarge liees. reetion8fortheguidaneeofpatientsin everj »\sordf Vh^oll are affixed to each Box. Pill" and Ointment can be had of all Chemites 6«»sts, with Welsh Directions withoat extra expense, MR. EDWARD RIBBON, PIANO-FORTE, VIOLIN, AND VIOLONCELLO TEACHER, PIANO-FORTES TUN JED, ORGANS and HARMONIUMS tuned and repaired by ex- perienced workmen. RESIDENCE—6, MERLIN'S TERRACE, HAVERFORDWEST
TO THE ELECTORS OF THE UNITED BOROUGHS OF HAVERFORDWEST, NARBERTH, AND FISHGUARD. GENTLEMEN, I lament that the retirement of Mr Scourfield from the Representation of your Boroughs has imposed upon you the necessity of seeking another Candidate to supply his place. The Requisition I have bad the honour so unex- pectedly to receive from a large number of intelligent and influential Electors, demands as prompt and frank an acceptance on my part, as the support has been freely and handsomely given to me. The task, I feel, is great to follow one, who has for so many years zealously and efficiently discharged the duties of your Representative his unceasing and de- voted attention to your local interests, & his readiness at all times to devote his time and talents to the pro- motion of your welfare, have endeared him to those who agreed with him, & caused him to be respected by those who on some points differed from him. Should I be so fortunate as to attain the honourable position of repre- senting you in Parliament, I shall endeavour to follow his example. • I am a Conservative; entertaining liberal views I towards all good measures that commend themselves to my judgment, come from what side of the Rouse they may. On the great question of the total Disestablishment and Disendowment of the Irish Church, I think it right to state that my opinions are decidedly opposed to it; at the same time T am most desirous to consider and aid in remedying all evils that may be shewn to exist. I shall endeavour also to extend the usefulness and blessings which accompany our Reformed Church. Ishall offer the strongest opposition to the endowmen4 of the Church of Rome in Ireland. I rejoice at the removal of such grievances as were the cause of offence and wrong to the great body of our Nonconformist Brethren, and I wish to see the further removal of any under which theyjmay still continue to labour. I am very anxious to see the large increase in taxation which has taken place of late years, especially in our Military and Naval Departments, much di- minished, and indulge the hope that the policy of non- interference which Lord Stanley has so happily inaugurated will, hi the end, lead to a considerable European Disarmament. v My constant aim will be to j promote the success of measures that may conduce to I the reduction of Local Taxation. I I shall endeavour to press forward the Reform of the Bankruptcy, and other beneficial measures, which have I been so often hindered by valuable time being lost at the end of each session by party strife. It is my intention to wait on each of you, when II shall be prepared to answer any questions that may be put to me, and to explain further my political opinions. I have the honour to be, Gentlemen, Your very obedient Servant, ■„ SAMUEL PITMAN. Picton Castle, 31st July, 18G8.
STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN MVERPOOL, MILFORD, SWANSEA, & BRISTOL For the Month of OCTOBER, 1868. The Liverpooland BristoiChannel Steam Navigation Com,,)nnylk Steam Ships SOVEREIGN, Capt, ,Gillbs WmuimnERB, Capt. J. Barrett MOHTAGU, CaptSpeakman ANNiKVERNo.v.Capt.RouMon JANE BACON, Capt. Old. J. KENNEDY, Capt. Welsh AUTIZAN, Capt. Tallan. AG-NEB JACK, Capt. Mori is LLWELLYNT Capt. "Beckett The above, or some other suitable vessel, is intended tosa with Goods and Passengers, (unlesspr-eventedby any unfopesee accucrence) as follows, with or without pilots, and libertj to tow vessels:- From Liverpool to Milford and Bristol. Saturday Oct. 3 10|mo»n I Saturday 17 10 morn Saturdav 10 4 after Saturday 24 ■Saturday, October 51st, at 9. o'clock in the morning."5 From Milfordfor Bristol, Sunday, ^<Oct. 4 4 m-orn Sunday 18 4 morn Sunday 11 M morn Sunday 25 9 morn Smiday, November 1st, at 3 o'Ctock morning. From Milford jor Liverpool. Wednesday Oct 7. 1 after I Wednesday 21. 1 after Wednesday 14. 9 nigfat | Wednesday 28 0 nieht The Steam Barge GIPSEY is intended to ply on the Milford Haven, in connection with the above Steamers, carrying goods to and from Pembroke Dock, Haverfordwest, and the adjacent towns, FAKES:— Cabin. Deck. Ectttm Milfard to or from Liverpool ] 3s Od 6s Od 18s Milfrrd to or from Bristol 8s 6d 6s Od 1 Sg Milforrl to or from Swansea (Mumbles) Ss Od 3s 0d — NOTICE.- The landing and tmbavcation of Goods or Pnssen gers at Milford, by whatever conveyance, whether at the ex- pence of the Steamer, or otherwise, is at the risk of the Passen- gers and the Owners of the Goods respectively. For further particulars see small bill, or apply to John Bacon and Co., Managing Owners, 14, Water-street, Liverpool; G. H Evans, Bristol; Charles Lamb, Swansea; John Kenworthy and go., Manchester, B. D. HORE, Aoest Miuross* <
TO THE FREE & INDEPENDENT BURGESSES OF TUB BOROUGH OF HAVERFORDWEST. GENTLEMEN,— The period for which you elected me to serve in your Council will expire on the first of November next. I beg to offer myself for re-election, and should you favour me with a renewal of your confidence, I shall endeavour to justify your ohoice by assiduously attend- ing to the important matters deeply concerning the welfare of this Borough which must shortly engage the I attention of your Council. I am, Gentlemen, Your most obedient servant, RICHARD WILLIAMS. [ 95, Dew-street, 13th October, 1868. TO THE INDEPENDENT BURGESSES OF THE BOROUGH 'OF HA VERFORD WEST. GENTLEMEN,— In performance of the pledge made by me in March last, I now beg again to offer myself as a Candidate to fill one of the vacancies which will occur in the Council Board of the Borough on the 1st of November next. Should you do me the honour to elect me, it will be mt earnest and constant endeavour to perform the duties of the office in such manner as will, I hope, meet with your entire approval. I remain, Gentlemen, Your very obedient servant, JOHNS DAVIES. Tower Hill, October 13th, 1868. TO THE BURGESSES OF HAVERFORDWEST. GENTLEMEN,— As my term of office in the Town Council will expire on the first of November, it is time that I should announce my intention to offer myself for -election. If it be your pleasure again to send me into the Council, it will be, as it has been hitherto, my con- stant endeavour to discharge the duties that may devolve upon me to the best of my ability, and to exercise an independent judgment upon all matters thJlt may come under my consideration. I remain, Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, J. W. PHILLIPS. Haverfordwest, Octol er 14th, 18ti8. TO THE INDEPENDENT BURGESSES OF THE BOROUGH OF llA VERFORDWEST. GENTLEMEN,— I beg to offvr my.eif as a Candi- date to supply one of the vacancies which will occur in the Town Council next month. If elected, I shall vote for ever) measure calculated to promote the benefit of the Town at large, and in carrying out the same if adopted, use my best en- deavours to combine efficiency with all possible economy. I am, Gentlemen, Your obedient servant. W. VAUGHAN JAMES. Goat-street, October 13th, 18C8. TO THE INDEPENDENT BURGESSES OF THE TOWN §• COUNTY OF IIA VERFORD WEST. GENTLEMEN,— The term for which you elected me to represent your interest in the Council Board of this ancient Borough being about to expire, I venture, under a flattering hope that my conduct during those few months has met your approbation in general, to place myself at your service again. Shoitldyou deem it tit to re-elect me, it shall be my study to discharge the duties which the honour would impose, fiiithfully and honestly, always having aduo regard to the strictest economy. Waiting the decision of your votes, 1 remain, gentlemen, Your very obedient servant, W. WILLIAMS. 17, Market-street, October 12th, 1868. TO THE BURGESSES OF HAVER FORD WEST. GENTLEMEN,— On the 1st of November next, my seat in the Council of your Borough will become vacant by rotation, and I beg again to offer myself for Re- election. Should you deem me worthy of a renewal of your confidence, I pledge myself that my efforts shall be directed, as they have hitherto been, to the promotion of the best interests of the Borough. I remain, Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, ALFRED BEYNON. Bridge-street, Haverfordwest, Oct. 13, 1868. TO THE INDEPENDENT BURGESSES OF HAVERFORDWEST. GENTLEMEN,— Having been solicited by several influential persons connected with this Borough to become a Candidate for one of the Seats in the Council which will become vacant on the 1st of November next, I place my services at your disposal. Should it be your pleasure to eleot me, it will be my studious care to serve you faithfully and to maintain such a supervision over your finances as will be con- sistent with perfect economy and the necessary espen- diture of the Borough. I am, Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, JOHN LEWIS. 10, Hill-sfreet, Haverfordwest. October 13, 18j$, 1
PEMBROKESHIRE AND HAVERFORDWEST INFIRMARY. CONTRIBUTIONS. 1 8 6 8. 'I'HE Secretaries of the above Institution beg most JL gratefully to acknowledge the receipt of the fol- lowing sums, and would at the same time respectfully urge upon the attention of those Clergymen, Dissenting Ministers, and others in the County, who have not yet made collections on behalf of this Institution for the present year, the pressing and msny claims which it has on their sympathy and support. Donation from Rev G. H. Scott, RIJOS Crowther 0 5 0 Ditto from Louis Samson, Esq 1 1 0 Ditto from Richard LleweUin, Esq, Tregwynt 25 0 0 Contribution by the Workpeople at Hook Col- liery, per Mr James Wilson 9 0 0 Collection in SoWa National School Room after Harvest Thanksgiving Servtces, per Rev J. P. Williams 2 0 6. Ditto in Freystrop Church, per Rev Jackson Taylor 0 14 2
HAROLDSTON WEST CHURCH RESTORATION FUN D. T^HE sadlv dilapidated condition of the parish Church J. of Haroldstone West renders it imperative that an appeal should he respectfully niado to the unfailing liberality of the Christian public. Contributions already promised (or paid) £ s. d. The Right Rev the Lord B'Iiop of St David's 10 0 0 The Ven. the Archdeacon Clark 5 0 0 The Rev Canon Thomas, Steynton 5 0 0 Collections in HaroWston West Church. 4 3 4J Mrs Hire, Harolds:on Hall (1st subscription) 10 0 0 Mrs J. Lort Phillips, Hartoid-itone 5 5 0 Miss Phelps, Broad Haven 5 5 0 p J. H. Scourfield, Esq, M. P. 5 0 0 W. Davies, Esq, Solicitor, Spring Gardens 5 0 0 Mr Griffiths, Belmont 5 0 0 A Friend. 5 0 0 Mrs Shaw, Hill-street 2 2 0 Mr D. Lloyd, Old Bridge (lit subscription). 2 0 0 Coilecting card per Miss Grifliths, Belmont. 1 10 0 Collecting card per Miss Phelps 1 5 0 Mrs R. F. Scale, Liverpool. 110 Mr P. Ellis, High-street 1 1 0 Mrs Ward,Clifton 1 1 0 Collecting card per idiss Scale, Haroldstone Hall 1 10 0 Do. per Master S H. W'iUHms, Bath 0 10 6 T. W. Smith, Esq. London. 0 10 6 Miss J. Boweu, Little Haven. 0 10 0 C. P. P. 0 10 0 Messrs Greenish and Dawkins. 0 10 0 Mr S Green 010 0 Sir C. M. Lampson, Bart, London 5 0 0 k,d, Bigg, P*sq, Crawley 0 10 0 Mrs Barham, Trecwn 113 Mr Ribbon 0 10 6 T, Rule Owen, Esq, Foley Honse. 3 3 0 J. Harvey, Esq, New Bridge. 110 R. H. Harvey, Esq, Victoria Place I 1 0 Miss Carrow, Goat-street I 1 0 0 A Friend. 0 10 0 Rev J. Tombs 0 10 0 E. Bowen, Esq, M.P., Llwyngwair 2 2 0 Church Building Society 20 0 0 Mrs Summers, Hiirroldstone 5 0 0 Miss Bigg Crawley 0 10 0 W. Vatiphan James, Esq 100 G. W. Digby, Esq, Sherborne Castle 2 0 0 P. G. Meares, Esq, Bath L00 Mrs Fisher, Robeston 0 10 0 The Right Hon. Lord Kensington 5 0 0 Dr. Dyster, Tenby 5 0 0 Col. the Hon. W. Edwards 5 0 0 Rev S. R Roe 2 2 0 Subscriptions and donations will he thankfully re- ceived by Miss E. ?. Phelps, Broad Haven, Haverford- west, and by the Treasurer, J, VI. Phillips, Esq, Rock Cottage, Haverfordwps*
--0 MAD DOGs. Scarce a day passes which does not Chronicle some new or old curf for hydrophobia with the most amazing confidence, when it is really doubtful .whether a doz?n persons, or six, or one, has ever re- covered from an actual attack since the world began. To be bitten by a mad dog, let alone one only supposed. to be mad and to have an actual attack of hydrophobia, are things as different as possible, for twenty persons may be bitten by an animal actually rabid, and but one Dut of the twenty will have an attack. Recently a man and wife were bitten by a dog the husband died in horrible convulsions in a few days, while the wife is in good health. Cases are recorded seeming to show that imagination or alarm may induce convulsions and death apparently hydrophobic. Two things ought to be promptly 'done in all cases: do something, do anything on the instant as a means of quieting the patient's mind, and have the family physician called in as few seconds as possible. Presence of mind and calmness onthepattof attendants is of invaluable service. Every reader should carry with him this one practical idea during his life. As far as chemical analysis has progressed up to thia date, all bites and stings of a poisonous kind affect the system by the acid nature of the venom, which entera the blood instantaneously cvervone may know that an alkali aniaconizes an acid instantly; the strongest familiar alkali is hartshorn, or in another form, smell- ing-salts then wet a rag in the spirits, apply it to the wound, and keep it wet until the physician arrives, and then turn over the responsibility to him. But suppose you have no hartshorn, then make a poultice of fresh wood ashes and water, because this also is an alkali. If a lady is bitten on her way to church u«e the smelling- salts as a poultice by dissolving it in spirits; or if dry, and there are no spirits at hand, nor even a drop of water, make it into powder with a stone cr anything else, dampen it with the saliva, lay it on the wound, then cover it with a pocket-handkerchief, until the physician arrive-; these proceedings will not only afford a measure of satisfaction to the patient, soothing and imparting con- fidence, but in reality they are the most efficient means known to science for antagonizing poisonous eflects; but not to burden the meraorv too much, it may be added that the hartshorn not only antagonizes the poison by Hfi nullifying powers, but it smarts whenever applied to a broken skin; this smarting induces irritation, that is, it reddens the skin all around, which means that it draws the blood to the surface, keeping it from entering tbe general circulation. It may then occur to the reflecting render, that it around tha bite or sting, for an inch or two, the skin were scratched to bleeeding with the point of a knife, or even the finger nails, there would be an increased amount of irritation, and a proportionately greater safety insured.—DR W. HALL. I BREAKFAST.—EPPS'S COCOA. -The very agreeable character of this preparation has rendered it a general favourite. Invigorating and sustaining, with a refined and grateful flavour developed by the special mode of preparation applied, this Cocoa is used as the habitual beverage for breakfast by thousand who never before used Cocoa. Cocoa stands very much higher than coffee or tea,' Dr. Hassall says, and 'contains every ingre dient neceesary to the growth and sustenance of the bodv.' It is made simply by pouring boiling water or milk on the preparation as sold. in llb., gib., and lib. packets. HOI.LOWAY'S PILLS -For Indigestion, Stomach, and Liver Complaints.— Persons suffering from any derange- ment of the liver, stomach, or the organs of digestion should have recourse to Holloway's Pills, as there is no, medicine known that acts on these particular complaints with such certain success. They strengthen the tone of he stomach, increase the appetite, purify the blood, and torrrct depraved secretions. In bowel complaints, they remove all morbid humours, and soon restore the patient to sound health nervous or sick headaches, and depres- ion of spirits may be speedily removed by these Pills, They are composed of rare balsams, without the admii, ture of a grain of mercury or any noxious substaace, and are as sale as they are efficacious. .w