WILLIAM LEWIS, DRAPER, MILLINER, GLOVER, HOSIER, HATTER, CARPET WAREHOUSEMAN, ETC., Invites special attention to his variety of Stock and also the quality. DRESS MATERIALS GARIBALDIS CLOAKS HATS UMBRELLAS CURTAINS CORTICENE JACKETS JERSEYS SILK HANDKERCHIEFS CAPS GLOVES FLOOR CLOTHS RUGS SKIRTS MACKINTOSHES UNDERCLOTHING SUNSHADES SASHES LINOLEUMS MATS Large Stock of Welsh Shawls, Whittles, Flannels, Shirtings and Turnovers; also Silk Shawls and Wool Wraps. TAILORING- BRANOH-3, WHITE XjIOUST STREET. FAMILY MOURNING. FUNERALS FURNISHED. NOTE THE ADDRESS- (Four Doors below Royal Gate House Hotel), MILFORD HOUSE, NORTON, TENBY. :FURNISHED APARTMENTS. Comfortable 8 Room Unfurnished House with usual offices. Garden. Good situation. Rent £24. THE EXCELSIOR STUDIO AND VICTORIA BAZAAR, CASTLE BUILDINGS, CASTLE SQUARE, AND C. INE ART and FANCY REPOSITORY, High Street, TENBY. C. SMITH ALLE N Begs to inform his numerous friends and patrons that he will shortly have his STUDIO completely renovated after the recent disastrous Fire, and will be prepared to execute all Orders in the highest style of Photographic Art. There will be a Weekly Sale by Auction of damaged and other Goods, commencing the last Week in July, and continued throughout the month of August, during which time a large quantity of Valuable Goods will be offered for Sale, and which must be disposed of in order to make room for a NEW STOCK. N.B.—Please call at either of the above Places of Business, ask for a Price List, and make appointments for sittings. ESTABLISHED XjN" TENBY 30 YEARS. 2nd Julv, lte89. MORRIS BROTHERS, IRONMONGERS, I Have just received a large consignment of FILTERS y some of the best Makers, and are now selling at very low prices. j DOULTON'S New Patent CARBON FILTERS. D.ACo. Silicated CARBON FILTERS Maignen's "FILTRE RAPIDE," and all sizes of Glass TABLE FILTERS. "DOULTON" WARE AND "TOBY" JUGS. FISHING TACKLE! FISHING TA CKLE!! Trolling and other Rods. The celebrated" Phantom" Minnow, Sand Eel and Spinning Baits, Gut Traces, Treble Hooks, Lines, &c. Nottingham and Brass Reels. cl Hand Lines fitted for Rod and Pier Fishing. Cash Discount of 10 per cent. Sheffield House, Tenby. TO be Let, Unfurnished, with immediate possession, VETINOM HOTTSK. St. Julian Street, late in the occupation of Mist; Spence. For. full particulars apply to Dr. LOCK, 2 Rock Terraoe. ESPLANADE.-GILTAR HOUSE semi-detached.— This well Furnished Private Residence to be Let from end of July. Four Reception, 12 Bedrooms; excellent domestic offices. Apply Mrs Mason, North Cliff House, Tenby. YACHTS FOR SALE. PARTICULARS of YACHTS for Sale in the imme- P diate neighbourhood, from 3 Tons upwards, may be had on application to Mr F. B. MASON, House and Commission Agent, Tenby. fpO be Let, Furnished, for one year, HOTTSB and JL GARDEN in Orielton Terrace, Pembroke, lately occupied by Miss Hulm. For rent, &c., apply to Messrs. THOMAS and W. D. LBWIC, Solicitors, Narberth. Mr Gladstone will be present at Lord Brassey's At Home to the Eighty Club on the 30th inst. Lord Hartington has arranged to address a meeting of his constituents at Rossendale in., September.
wa- -v-- THE DEAN OF LLANDAFF ON GAMBLING. In a sermon on gambling preached by the Rev. Dr Vaughan, Dean of Llandaff, at the Temple Church, he pointed out that gambling was one of the things which, if carried to excess, was terrible in its consequences. When they thought of the fraud, of the temptation, of the misery to which gambling led, of the blows it struck at the hearts of parents, they would see it was a thing which lent itself rhetoric and something higher. The question was quite capable of discussion—whether the thing was wrong in itself or only wrong in its abuse. Was it wrong to play, for example, in the billiard saloon for such sums as one's companions could afford to lose ? Was it wrong to play with an old friend or parent, whose evening would lose its accustomed gentle excitement if deprived of his pastime ? There was one thing,—the money one possessed was not his own. He would have to give a strict account of its expenditure. No man was rich enough to be extravagant, and the spending of a shilling upon a game of chance was an attempt to draw that amount from the possession of one who would have to give an account of his stewardship. In view, at least, of the misery and demoralisation of gambling, of the ruin brought to thousands of homes and millions of lives, Christians had one of those evils which voluntary combination might do much to counteract. There could not be two opinions as to the prevalence of gambling-there might be as to its sinfulness. Therefore, the example and precept of Christians should be directed to diminsh the evil.
MR. BALFOUR AND WALES. Mr. A. J. Balfour having been questioned by a correspondent as to the construction to be placed on his reference to Wales, de minimis non," whilst reviewing and criticising Lord Rosebery's federation scheme, replies Take what steps you think proper to correct the impression, which for obvious motives is being propagated through Wales by members of the Gladstonian party, that in anything I have ever said there is any intention to insult the Principality. Such an idea is wholly unwarranted and absurd. If in discussing Lord Rosebery's scheme of federation I did not count Wales as a separate unit in that scheme, it is because Lord Rosebery himself had abstained from doing so."
DARING BURGLARY AT SIR JOHN PULESTON'S. The "Central News "says that early on Satur- day morning the town residence of Sir John Puleston, M.P., in Whitehall-gardens were entered by burglars, who stole about f200 worth of silver plate and other articles, including the gold studs from the hon. member's dress shirt, which lay in his dressing-room. The thieves consumed the re- mainder of a supper and a decanter of whisky, and carried off Sir John's cigar case. The members of the family were asleep in the house at the time.
Mr Round, M.P., for the Harwich Division of Essex, has recently introduced a Bill for affecting an amendment in the Settled Land Act. He proposes to enable a building lease under the Act, or an agreement for one, to contain an option for the lessee to purchase the land at a price fixed at the time of the making of the lease or agreement. The time within which this option may be exercised must, however, not be fixed more than ten years off. I The price fixed must be the best which, having regard to the rent received, can reasonably be obtained; but it may be either a fixed sum of money or such a sum as shall be equal to a stated number of years' purchase of the highest rent reserved by the lease.
THE APPROACHING ROYAL MARRIAGE. The Press Association is authorised to state that the mdrriage of the Princess Louise of Wales will be held in Buckingham Palace Chapel on the 27th instant. It is expected that the Queen will come from Osborne to be present at the ceremony, and will receive the Shah in London on that date instead of at Osborne, as had been arranged. In this event the Shah would, probably be present at the wedding. It is understood that the Prin- cesses Victoria and Maud of Wales, one or two of the Princesses of Prussia, and Princess Victoria of Teck, will be amongst the bridesmaids.
THE SHAH'S VISIT TO HATFIELD. The garden party given on Monday by the Marquis and Marchioness of Salisbury at Hatfield House, in honour of the Shah, was a great success, notwithstanding the threatening weather. About 1,000 guests were present, including the Prince and I Princess of Wales and family and members of the diplomatic body. Several exhibitions of skill were given by professional performers, amongst these being Captain Fowler, who showed some clever feats with rifle shooting at glass balls. A member of the Shah's suite caused some alarm to the guests by undertaking unsolicited, an amateur performance with one of Captain Fowler's weapons, but after firing two rounds he was persuaded to desist, to the relief of those in charge of the day's programme. Subsequently the Shah, accompanied by Prince Albert Victor, travelled with his suite to the seat of Earl Brownlow, at Berkhamstead. Lord Salisbury drove with his Majesty to Hatfield Station, where the Shah thanked the Premier for his kindness and hospitality, which he said he would never forget.
THE MIDGET SHEEP. The very smallest of all the kinds of sheep is the tiny Breton sheep. It is too small to be very pro- fitable to raise for, of course, it cannot have much wool, and, as for eating, why, a hungry man could almost eat a whole one at a meal. It is so small when full-grown that it can hide behind a good- sized bucket. It takes its name from the particular part of France where it is most raised. But if not a profitable sheep, it is a dear little creature for a pet, for it is very gentle and loving, and, because it is so small, it is not such a nuisance about the house as was the celebrated lamb which belonged to a little girl named Mary. It would need to be a very large little girl—a giant girl, indeed—who could take an ordinary sheep in her lap and cuddle it there; but any little girl could find room in her lap for a Breton sheep quite as easily as for one of those very ugly little dogs called by the ugly name of pug. One of this little creature's peculiarities is its ex- treme sympathy with the feelings of its human friends, when it has been brought up as a pet in the house, and has learned to distinguished between happiness and unhappiness. If any person whom it likes a great deal is very much pleased about any- thing, and shews it by laughing, the little sheep will frisk about with every sign of joy; but if, on the contrary, the person shed tears, the sympa- thetic friend will evince its sorrow in an equally unmistakable way._ A kind word and a loving oaress will also fill it with happiness, while a cross word or harsh gesture will cause it evident distress. -St. Nicholas.
A Sunday-school teacher recently asked a member of her class what was charity. "Please, ma'am, giving away things what you don't want," was the immediate and unhesitating response. On another occasion the parable of the sower was briefly recorded thus: "A certain sower went forth to sow. And as he went he fell by the wayside, and the birds of the air came and devoured him."
W. H. SAIES' IRONMONGERY STORES, TEFBY. (OPPOSITE THE CHURCH.) Authorised to issue FISHING LICENSES. -.f- CD z 'Ö Q ..t-J ..00 C'd 13 C':> 0,) Pi' C.) CD C"'t' 00 CD cp 0 CZ3 .t 00 C,3 4-'Z C% r-3 4 go P LAWN MOWERS by Follows and Bate, Green Shanks, and the Archimedeon. All at Store Prices for Cash. Special Machinery for Grinding and Setting Lawn Mowers as new on the Premises. 50yds. Wire Netting, 3ft. wide, 2in. mesh, for 6/9. Garden Arches, Iron Wheelbarrows, Garden Rollers Garden Seats, &c., in great variety. Fishing Rods from 6d. Fishing Tackle of all description. Special Flies for local waters. Rook and Rabbit Rifles for Hire. Just Published, Price 28. 6d., VITAL TRUTHS AND OPPOSING ERRORS In the Words of Holy Scripture. By CLERICUS ANGLICANUS, D.D. WITH MANY WEIGHTY TESTIMONIES BEARING ON ^XTTJALIS^C. AND SOME NOTES. BY W. CUST GWYNNE, M.D. LONDON: JOHN KENSIT, City Protestant Book Depot, 18, Pater- noster Row, E.C. To be obtained at FARLEY'S Library, Tenby; COTTESMORE, near Haverfordwest, to be Let,, Furnished. Apply G. E. MASSY, Gumfreston Rectory, Tenby. Printed and Published by FRANK B. blABON, at hit Printing Office, Frog Street, Tenby, Thurtdm/ July 11,1889.