G.W.R. EXCURSIONS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15. HALF-DAY TRIP to SWANSEA (RUGBY FOOT- BALL.—SWANSEA r. CARDIFF). Leave Ney- land 12.30 p.m., Milford Haven 12.20, Haver- ford west 12.55, Fishguard 12.25. Pembroke- Dock 12.15, Pembroke 12.20, Tenby 12.55, Wbitland 1.45 p.m. I For details see Bins, or send post-card to Stations or Offices. JAMES C. INGLIS, General Manager. G/A 5163. ROYAL GATE HOUSE ASSEMBLY ROOMS, TENBY. Under the Patronage of His Worship the Mayor (T. TUCKER, ESQ.) A GRAND EVENING CONCERT WILL BB GIVEN On WEDNESDAY, October 27,1910, IN AID OF THE WEST WALES SANATORIUM (TENBY DISTRICT BED FUND), BY THE PEMBROKE ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY, ASSISTED BY Madame WILLIAMS PENN, R.A.M., Madame LEWIS MORGAN, R.A.M., AND THE GWALIA GLEE SINGERS. PRlcBs-Reserved Seats, 3s.; Second Seats, 28.; Back, Is.; Gallery, 6d. Plan of Room at COWTAN'S Music Warehouse, where Seats may be booked. TENBY ART CLASSES. MR. E. J. HEAD begs to announce that the above Classes will be held in future at his Studio, 2, Marine Terrace, Tenby, instead of at the COUNTY SCHOOL. Prospective Pupils can obtain full particulars as to Terms, etc., on application WANTED IN TENBY, Responsible Persons, Ladies or Gents., to form PORTRAIT CLUBS. No risk or outlay. — Good Commission paid — Apply, in first instance, by letter to H. B. WEBSTER, 14a, Park Road, TENBY. ST. JULIAN LAUNDRY, TBHBY. MRS. GOSSE, who has taken over the above, wishes to announce that she has RK-OPENED same, and is prepared to execute all kiods of LAUNDRY WORK Promptly and at Moderate Charges. C. J. HOFFMANN. GOLDSMITH'S HALL, HIGH STREET, TENBY (Nearly opposite Cohourg Hotel), Watch and Clock Maker, Jeweller, Optician and Engraver. All Engraving, including Crests, Monograms, Inscriptions, etc., done on the Premises the same day as received at very moderate charges. Plain Lettering on Cold, Silver or Brass 8d. per doz. letters. For Your Health's Sake! DRINK PURE CHINA TEA. Special brands to be obtained only at Palmer's Stores 10, High Street AND 15, Warren Street. PRICES 1/8, 2/ 2/6, 2/10 and 4/- per lb. Free Samples on application. EDWIN LLOYD, Ironmonger and Builders' Merchant. SOLE AGENT FOR CARSONS' MURALINE AND CELEBRATED OIL PAINTS. ALSO FOR WARD'S WELL-KNOWN GARDEN AND AGRICULTURAL SEEDS. Agent for the South Wales Portland Cement (Used by H.M. Government); PURIMACHOS FIRE CEMENT; AND THE BEST MAKERS OF SHEFFIELD CUTLERY & TOOLS. The large and varied Stock includes ZFISZHZHsTG- TACKLE, LAWN MOWERS, GARDEN IMPLEMENTS, HANDY WEEK-END CASES, DRESS BASKETS, TRUNKS, BEDSTEADS, A 6i-d. BAZAAR, And almost every Household Requisite. Royal Daylight Petroleum and- Incandescent Cas Mantles always in Stock. Experienced Workmen engaged on the Premises. TELEPHONE No. 15. TWYCROSS COTTAGE.—Pleasantly situated on outskirts of Tenby—7 Rooms, Workshop, Garden, and Paddock, to let at £18 per annum. Apply Mr F. B. MASON, House Agent, Tenby. W. IVY GIBBS THE HOUSE FOR BEST QUALITY AND VALUE IN SHEETS, SHEETING, QUILTS, BLANKETS, HOUSEHOLD LINENS AND LAC E CURTAINS. EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS IN CARPETS, Oilcloth and Linoleums, Mats, Rugs, etc. We hold a large Stock of BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING AT KEEN PBICES. INSPECTION INVITED. Sole Agei\t Prompt for InCDTuI Dispatch T IrtnlMi Tenby and |T)Y'P|I an(* District. quick returq. MILFORD HOUSE, TENBY. THE TENBY DRUG STORES (OPPOSITE TOWN HALL) ARE NOTED FOB LARGE STOCK AND Low PRICES. TRY OUR BARK and PHOSPHORUS TONIC For Weakness, Lassitude, Debility, Loss of Appetite, Neuralgia, etc., and as a General Tonic. Sold in 1/- Bottles only. OTHER SPECIALITIES— LIVESEY'S UNSEED UNCTUS. LIVESEY'S LIVER TONIC. UVESEY'S BLOOD MIXTURE. SPECIAL CORN CURE, 6d. Bottle. THE TENBY DRUG STORES, H. C. PHILLIPS, M.P.S., late LIVESEY. Chemist and Optician. II T. P. HUGHES' SPECIAL BARGAINS for early Autumn. 100 TAILOR-MADE COATS with new Convertible Collar. A very smart Coat in New Blanket Tweeds and Plain Blanket Cloth. — Price 21/6. — This is exactly the same line and the same price that several London firms are advertising in the Daily Mail. Come and see the actual Garments in our Show-room. Illustrations give a very inadequate idea of what you are buying. SUPPORT HOME INDUSTRIES. Special Millinery Display now on. T. P. HUGHES, Bon Marehe, I TENEY. -===========:=====^==—====^=—=^=======^==^^ II MRS. W. A. GARTHWAITE (L. C. HAY, L.R.A.M.), JLCCOIMIIPJLItS-IST. Lessons given in Pianoforte Playing. For Terms apply EATON COTTAGE, TENBY. ST. OSWALD'S HOUSE, TENBY.—To Let, Furnished, for the winter, on favourable terms. Three Sitting-rooms, seven Bedrooms, Kitchea and usual offices. Nice Garden and Workshop. Charming situation. Good sanitary arrangements. An offer to purchase would be considered. Further particulars of Mr F. B. MASON, House and Estate Agent, Tenby. HALLSVILLE HOUSE, VICTORIA STREET, TENBY.—To Let, UNFURNISHED contains 8 Bed- rooms, 4 Sitting-rooms, Bath-room and usual offices. No basement. Excellent sanitary arrangements. Moderate rent. Apply Mr F. B. MASON, House and Estate Agent, Tenby. FARMHOUSE APARTMENTS.-TO Let, con- JL taining 4 Bedrooms and 2 Sitting-rooms. J. BRACE, Park Farm, Manorbier. HOUSE to Let in CHURCH PARK, TENBY, from JLl October 1st. Two Sitting-rooms, 4 Bedrooms, Kitchen, Scullery, etc. Rent JB17. Apply Madras Villa, Park Place, Tenby. PITMAN.S SHORTHAND. The "SuccEss" P Postal Lessons, 12 for 12/6, cannot be beaten. Failure impossible. — DANIEL JONES, F.I.P.S., F.Inc.S.T., The Well-known Coach, NEATH. WANTED, smart Boy as APPRENTICE to the General Drapery. — Apply T. P. HUGHES, Tenby. THE NEW BISCUIT. "BEDFORD" "'¡ ■ Rich Shortbread Biscuit for General Family Use. MACFARLANE, LANG & Co., LTD. Please order through your Grocer.
Birtfjs, jftarriage*, anti D- ratbo. MARRIED. PAGE—JENKINS.—On the 25th September, at St. Mary's Church, Swansea, Clair Thomas Page, of The Norton, Tenby, to Florence Annie Jenkins, third daughter of Mr William Jenkins, 14, Park Road, Tenby.
WELSH NATIONAL MEMORIAL. £ 300,000 SANATORIUM SCHEME. As a Welsh National Memorial to the late King Edward it has now been decided to raise the sum of £ 300,000 for the purpose of building, equipping, and endowing a Sanatorium for the treatment of consumption cases, and the move- ment, ably taken in hand and launched by Mr David Davies, M.P., of Llandinam, who has contributed the princely donation of £ 25,000, is now in full swing. Up to the present just about half the money required has been subscribed, and throughout the Principality strenuous efforts are being made to secure all the money wanted. Newspapers, Corporations, and public bodies generally are co-operating with the promoters in the matter, and judging by the ready and liberal response which is being made it looks as if the large sum wanted will s )on be in hand. In addition to Mr Davies's subscription two anonymous donors have given JS50,000 a piece, whilst there are many sub- scriptions of a thousand pounds and upwards. In connection with the movement we have re- ceived the following telegram from Mr David Davies:—"Editor, Tenby Observer. Shall be most grateful if you will kindly support Welsh National Memorial to King Edward by opening subscription list in aid of the movement. All donations will be acknowledged in Western Mail, Cardiff, under the name of your paper." We at once wired agreeing to do as suggested, and now invite our readers.to subscribe to this most laudable project. All subscriptions will be duly acknowledged in our columns, and for- warded to the proper quarter. The Mayoress of Tenby (Mrs T. Tucker) has also been re- quested to co-operate with the Western Mail in organizing a Welsh Women's Sovereign Fund in connection with the same movement, and has kindly consented to undertake the starting of such a fund for Tenby. It is proposed that women throughout the Principality should sub- scribe or collect a sovereign on behalf of the central fnnd. In an interview with the Mayor of Tenby he informed us that it was his inten- tion, in connection with this Sovereign Fund, to invite a few local ladies willing to co-operate in making the fund a success, to meet him in the Council Chamber, and provide them with collecting books. He mentioned that the pounds could be made up in any sums, from threepence upwards, and expressed the hope that there would be a ready response to so deserving an appeal. He has himself given five guineas to the central fund. To the Women's Sovereign Fund the Mayoress of Tenby has contributed a pound.
LOCAL SIFTINGS. ..1.. Sir Owen Philipps, M.P. for the Pembroke Boroughs, has accepted the presidency of the Welsh Black Cattle Society. Mr Conway Lloyd has taken No. 1, Somerset Houses, Tenby, for a term of years, with the option of purchase. Mr T. P. Hughes, draper, Tenby, has been appointed sole agent for the district for Messrs. J. and J. Baldwin's celebrated knitting wools. The Great Western Railway Company will run a special half-day trip from Tenby to Swansea on Saturday, October 15th. For particulars see advertisement. 000 The BELGRAVE HOTEL, Esplanade, Tenby, is now replete with every convenience and accom- modation for visitors. Tariff upon application to Manageress. Mr T. M. Eastlake, Poor Rate Collector, at the Tenby Police Court, on Monday morning, obtained orders against several persons for non- payment of the rate. M+ At the Young Birds' Club Show held at Retford, Notts., last week, Messrs. Morgan Brothers, Frogmore Terrace, Tenby, took first prize with an Exhibition Flying Homer. t0 0 At the Greenhill Livery Stables, Tenby, last Saturday afternoon, Mr F. B. Mason, auc- tioneer, sold a number of horses and carriages, the proceeds of the sale realizing a little over S150. ——<<—— The Rev. Vallance Cook, evangelist, will hold a special ten days' mission at the Tenby Wes- leyan Church, commencing October R*22nd. There will be an address to women only on Thursday, October 27th, at 3 p.m., and one to men only on Sunday, October 30th, at the same time. We would call the attention of our readers to the re-opening of the St. Julian Laundry, the management of which has just been taken over by Mrs Gosse, who is prepared to execute all kinds of laundry work at moderate charges. A public laundry of this kind should prove a boon to Tenby, and deserves every support. 0$0 On Sunday next, at the Wesleyan Church, a special collection will be taken on behalf of the funds of the Tenby Cottage Hospital. His Worship the Mayor and members of the Cor- poration have kindly consented to attend. The service will commence at eleven a.m. Preacher the Rev. George Woodcock. *♦_»
The annual meeting of the Tenby Miniature I Rifle Culb will be held in the Town Hall this (Thursday) evening at 8.30, when his Worship the Mayor will present the prizes and medals for the past season. All interested in shooting are invited to attend. The Club will re-open at the Range in the Market Hall on Monday evening next. M A meeting of the South Wales Nursing Association, in furtherance of the aims AND objects of the Association, will be held IN the Shire Hall, Carmarthen, on Tuesday, October 11th, at 3.15 p.m. The Lord Lieutenant of Carmarthenshire will preside, and a large and representative gathering is expected. The speakers and those who will take part IN the meeting will include the Lady St. Davids, Lady Dillwyn Llewelyn, Mrs Pryse-RICe, Mrs Gwynne Hughss, Mrs de Rutzen, Mrs Venables Llewelyn, Mrs Mashiter, Mrs Godfrey Clark, Mrs Ivor Philipps, Mrs Du Buisson, Miss Dillwyn, Mr Mervyn Peel, and Mr J. Lloyd Morgan, M.P. All who are interested in the work are cordially invited to attend the meeting. Under the direction of Mrs Stuart Jones and Miss Lingard, hon. secretaries to the Mission to Seamen, a variety entertainment in aid of the funds of the institution will be given in the Public Hall, Tenby, on Saturday, October 29th. A triple bill will be performed. Full particu- lars will appear later. The De Valence Gardens, Tenby, closed for the season on Saturday night with the farewell performance of the "Comedy Cadets," the lady members of which Miss Rennie Steadman and Miss Emelie Fleet, were presented with bouquets, which they very kindly -sent to the Tenby Cottage Hospital on Sunday morning. Mr Norman Scott has bought Mr E. Glover Thomas's interest in the firm of Messrs. Glover Thomas, Limited, antique furniture dealers, Frog Street, Tenby, and will in future carry on the business under the style of "Ye Olde Shoppe, Limited." A speciality is made of antiques, a choice assortment of which are always on offer. A Liverpool telegram says the White Star managers have stated officially that the reason Holyhead has been abandoned as a port of call is because the passengers had not appreciated it as much as had been anticipated. The White Star liners will continue to call at Queenstown. It has been suggested that the company intend following the Cunard Company's practice of calling at Fishguard. We hear that a new musical society is to be formed shortly at Tenby, under Mr Richard Williams's conductorship, to take the place of the old Choral Society. The new Society will be on a much* smaller scale in numbers, and the conductor hopes by this to secure a better balance of tone and more perfection in singing. We hope to be in a position to give fuller details next week. A haulier, named Morgan Howells, living at Bonville's Court, Sandersfoot, was summoned at the Tenby Police Court, on Monday morning, with riding an unlighted bicycle in the Norton, at 9.20 p.m. on September 21st, and, on the evidence of Police Constable David Davies (40), was fined Is. and costs (7s. 6d.) or the alter- native of seven days. Defendant, who did not appear, sent a letter apologizing for his absence. Mrs Florence Morgan was, at the Tenby Police Court on Monday morning, summoned by Mr Oliver Bancroft, School Attendance Officer, with neglecting to send her child, Florence, to school. The Officer stated that the child had attended 125 times out of a possible 192, thus missing 67 attendances in five months. The case was adjourned for a month in order to see whether the attendance improved. The Hon. Secretary of the Cottage Hospital writes us The Fishing Competition pro- moted by Mr Thomas Jones (G.W.R.) in aid of the funds of the Tenby Cottage Hospital was held on the Victoria Pier on the 28th ult., and realised the sum of 92 5s. 6d. (including special donations 12s. 6d.) The management of the Hospital return sincere thanks to Mr Jones and the friends who so kindly supported him for this welcome addition to the funds." At the Tenby Police Court on Monday morn- ing, Gaetano Rapacioli, manager of Messrs. Rabaiotti Brothers' ice cream shop in St. Julian Street, was summoned for keeping his shop open on two different Sundays and without even waiting to hear the charge read out planked down a handful of small silver to the value of a guinea (fines and costs) on the desk of the justices' clerk, and smilingly left the court. @to- The annual meeting of the Tenby and Dis- trict Free Church Council will be held in the Baptist Church, Saundersfoot, next Tuesday. At the Conference, which opens at half-past two, the Rev. L. Berian James. B.A., of Carfan, will open a discussion on Romans, 14th chapter, 17th verse. In the evening there will be a public meeting, at which the Rev. Joseph James, M.A., and the Rev. T. E. Gravell will speak. The annual outing of the Tenby Women's Liberal Association took place at Lydstep yes- terday (Wednesday). The weather was ideal, and a very large party thoroughly enjoyed the ramble through the grounds and gardens, which Lady St. Davids kindly threw open to the mem- bers. Great praise is due to Miss Maggie Davies (hon. secretary) and hon. lady helpers for the very substantial tea, which was much enjoyed also to Mr Cooper, our esteemed station-master, for the train arrangements.
Mr Henry Collen Ensor, of 23, Windsor Place, Cardiff, ophthalmic surgeon, who died 23rd August last, aged 51 years, son of the late Mr Thomas Henry Ensor, solicitor, Cardiff, left estate of the gross value of S;7160 15s. lid., of which the net personalty has been sworn at £ 6985 15s. 8d. Probate of his will, dated 3rd August, 1895, has been granted to his widow, Mrs May Ensor, and his brother-in-law (Mr Ivor Harries, solicitor, Rhayader), and power is reserved to grant probate also to his brother, Mr Frederick William Ensor. The testator left all of his property to his wife, Mrs May Ensor, for life, with remainder to his children in equal shares.
Popularity of a small cycle for juveniles as at present, grows apace, and it is astonishing how many small children are NOW to be seen riding cycles. It is a mistake, however, to think that any sort of machine will do for a youngster. It is as necessary that they should have rigid and reliable machines as that their elders should do so, and recognising THJS fact the Raleigh Cycle Co. make a speciality 0F juveni 1-e machines built on the same lines as their adults with correct design and crank length and manufactured throughout of steel. Notwithstanding these advantages the prices of the juvenile Raleigh compare most favourably with those of other makes who are NOT able to guarantee such excellence of manufacture.—The local agent for these popular MACHINES is Mr A. W. Randall, "The Motor House," Warren Street, Tenby.
—— A man named Marshall, employed at the Porthgain Brick and Granite Works, Solva, Pembrokeshire, lost his life under strange circumstances on Saturday evening, when he drowned himself in a pool near Velindre. Marshall, it is stated, had stolen a quart bottle of brandy from a public-house at Croesgoch, and when the theft was found out a search was made. It was ascertained that he and another WORKMAN had drank almost allAhe spirits. Marshall then rushed for the pond, and was seen to be in difficulties, becoming fixed in the mud. An alarm was given, but it was found that life was extinct when the body was re- covered. Marshall was an Army pensioner and a native of Southport, about 28 years of age. lie had worked at Porthgain several weeks. THB water had to be turned out before the body could be recovered. »♦>—— During the violent storm on Sunday night, H.M. cruiser Hampshire (Admiral Hawke) put into Fishguard Bay for shelter. At nine o'clock six bluejackets manned the whaler with THE Hampshire's mails to post at Fishguard. Meantime the gale increased in violence, and at eleven o'clock, when the men put off in the boat for the cruiser, which was at anchor about a mile outside the breakwater, the weather drove them back. Heavy seas were shipped, nearly swamping the boat timo after time. Fortunately about midnight the two-masted schooner Ensign, from Glasgow, entered the roads for shelter, and the bluejackets managed to hail the schooner, from which a line wits heaved, and all were taken aboard for the night. Every man was drenched to the skin. Meanwhile signals were received from the Hampshire that the boat had not returned, and Hampshire that the boat had not returned, and the Fishguard coast guard, under Chief-Officer Taylor, scoured the coast.
At Milford Haven on Tuesday William Power, trimmer, and Edward Barth, fisherman, of no fixed abode, were charged with doing wilful damage aboard the trawler$ichnonlh, the pro- perty of Messrs. Sellick, Moriey AND Price, to the value of 15s. 6d. Doors had been damaged, and the prisoners were found sitting down under the influence of drink. The defendants told the court that a mate of theirs told thfini to go aboard and have a feed, but they made a mis- take and went to the wrong ship. They dis- claimed any idea of going to steal or do damage. Defendants WERE each fined 28s., or 14 days' hard labour. Having no money, they had to accept the alternative,
LIST OF VISITORS. ——9 —— Arnoux, Mr F., Stoke-on-Trent 5 Quarry cottages Ashwell, Mr, Mrs and baby, Laugharne Rock house, Penally Allen, Mrs Cuthbert, Dinas Powis 2 St Catherine's terrace Ames, Miss, Henley-on-Thatnes 6 Norton Bedingfeld, Major and Mrs, VVoking 9 Queen's parade Bolding, Mr and Miss, London, W. Hazelcrofc Bawtree, Mr, Mrs and family, Pinner 5 Bellevue Barclay, Miss, Llanelly Hereford house Burrows, Lady, Hereford 3 Rock terrace Bowen, Mr, Mrs and family, Newport, Peni. 3 Rock terrace Clark, Mr and Mrs H. G. and daughter, London Clareston house Cocker, Mrs, Pembroke Rose cottage Clapp, Miss, Purley Rhos cottage Davies, Mr Arthur E., Edinburgh Eaton cottaga Ellis, Miss, Purley. Rhos cottage Evans, Mrs and family, Neath St Agatha's house Goulden, Mr and Mrs, Ormskirk 5 St Julian terrace Hitchcock, Mrs and the Misses (2), London Llanstephan villa Hawksley, Mrs & family, Portsmouth.2 Esplanade Holder, Captain and Mrs Newport house Holder, Miss and Miss M. Newport house Holdsworth, Mrs and Miss, Lewsford, Hatfield, Herts 1 Croft terrace Huddleston, Mr and Mrs Arthur J. C., Cambridge Myrtle house, Penally Hill, Mr and Mrs H. Gathorne, Burton Court, London Granston house Innocent, Mrs, Sheffield 1 Ivy cottages Innocent, Mr C., Sheffield 1 Ivy cottages Innocent, Miss, Sheffield 1 Ivy cottages Ireland, Mr, Lichfield Maiden house James, Colonel and Mrs, Ireland Farnham house Kenworthy, Mr and family, Cheltenham 34 Victoria street Kinganorth, Miss, Woolwich 2 Somerset houses King, Mrs, London Llanstephan villa Leach, Major Burleigh, and Mrs, London 3 Croft terrace Lewis, Captain H. L., R.E., and Mrs, Cardiff South cliff house Lewis, Masters Harry and David and maid, Cardiff South cliff house Lloyd, Miss Conway, Chelsea 2 St Catherine's terrace ferTts, Mr and Mrs Cteorge, Norwich I Clareston house Nell, Mrs and Miss Mabel, Wenvoe 2 St Catherine's terrace Oldham, Commander and Mrs A. H. and family 21 Victoria street Philpot, Mrs, Cardiff 1 Avondale villas Power, Mr and Mrs, Laugharne 5 Esplanade Pidduck, the Misses, Aberystwyth 4 St Julian terrace Pullen, Mr, Newcastle-on-Tyne 5 Bellevue Phillips, Mr D., Beaufort, Ebbw Vale 14 Lower Frog street Rees, Lieut.. The Welch Regiment, Pembroke-Dock 4 Giltar terrace, Penally Russell, Major, Pembroke-Dock Mountgarrie, Penally Robinson, Mr and Mrs Douglas, South Africa 6 Norton Sheard, Mrs, Sheffield Milton Sheard, Mr J.^jSheffield Milton Sahacha, Mr jT, London 1 Fleming houses Spencer, Mrs Hammond and maid, Slwch House, Brecon 6 South cliff street Todd, Mr W., London 1 Fleming houses Vetter, Mrs and family, London 10 Esplanade Wiseman, the Misses (2), Chester Glan-y-mael Woosnam, Mrs and Miss, Bletchley St. Bride's, Esplanade Wright, Mrs, North London Hazelcroft Wade, Lieut.-Colonel, R.E., Pembroke-Dock 6 Norton Williams, Miss Clara, Great Malvern 1 Quarry cottages Ethelstone House (7, Esplanade). Mrs Bishop; Mr and Mrs Waller, Rugby Mr Cashman, Ireland Mrs Vaughan, Mrs Jones, Rhayader.
THE Season's Reminders. Shortening days are reminders of the near approach of the Winter demand for warmer wear, which W. A. WOOD'S latest Models for the Season so satisfactorily supply. THE SEASON'S OVERCOATS New Weatherproofs—light, warm and good style. THE SEASON'S SUITS For Men and Young Men. Suits with new features for the New Season. Refinements in fashion, taste and finish. W. A. WOOD, "MY HATTER," FIVE ARCHES, TENBY. SUMMER AT LAST !-After a long delay summer has arrived. During the hot weather, when one is fatigued and weary, what can be more refreshing than a cup of Good Tea ? To appreciate Good Tea it is imperative that Horniman's Pure Tea only is used. Do not be persuaded that other Teas are "JUST AS GOOD "— they are not. Insist upon having Horniman's, Full weight without the wrapper." Try a packet now. Sold in :— TENBy-Davies, Baker and Grocer, Frog Street. TENBY—Evans, Grocer, St. George's Street. MILFORD HAVEN—Meyler, Chemist. NABBERTH-Morgan, Chemist. SAUNDIERSIFOOT-Griffiths, Chemist. WHITLAND—Caleb Rees, Grocer, Whitland House (Wholesale Agent) WHITLAND-Roblin, Grocer When Knights were Bold, the funniest play now staged, was given at the Assembly Rooms, Tenby, on Monday night, and attracted a large audience, who throughout were kept in a state of the most hilarious merriment.
SUBSCRIPTIONS. The Mayor of Tenby (Mr Councillor T. Tucker) £ 5 5 0 Mr F. B. Mason 2 2 0
DEATH OF MR. F. C. VETTER. 8.- It is with much regret that we this week chronicle the death, at the comparatively early age of fifty-five years, of Mr Franz Carlos Vetter, who with his family had been a regular visitor to Tenby for several years past. The deceased gentleman arrived at Tenby at the end of July, and with his family went into residence at No. 10, The Esplanade. He was unwell when lie reached Tenby, and died last Thursday night. The late Mr Vetter, who took Cumber- land House when he first came to Tenby ten years ago, was connected with the Burmah Rice and Trading Company, of London, a very important and influential City arm and was born at Ettlingen, Baden.
THE FUNERAL. The funeral took place at the Tenby Cemetery on Tuesday afternoon, in accordance with the rites and ceremonies of the Roman Catholic Church, the officiating priest being the Rev. Father Carew, of Holyrood and St. Teilo. In addition to the members and servants of de- ceased's family there were present the Rev. G. C. Rowe, M.A., Colonel Voyle, Dr. E. M. Knowling, Mr C. F. Egerton Allen, J.P., Mr Robert Lock, M.A., Mr F. E. L. Mathias- Thomas, Mr J. A. Bancroft. Mr J. Knowling, Mr Douglas Bancroft, and others. The coffin, conveyed to the cemetery in a hearse, was com- pletely hidden from view by the profusion of beautiful floral tributes which covered it. So numerous were the wreaths and flowers gene- rally that an extra carriage had to be provided for their conveyance to the cemetery. They were sent by relatives and friends, by leading City linns with whom the late Mr Vetter had business relations, and business houses in Bre- men, Hamburg, and Rangoon.
COMMITTEE MEETINQS. TITE CULVERT EXTENSION. MR. PREECE JAMES'S "B" PLAN APPROVED. G.W.R. AND QUEEN'S PARADE ROAD- WAY. GREENHILL AVENUE RESIDENTS' MEMORIAL. WELSH NATIONAL MEMORIAL. The usual weekly meeting of Tenby Cor- poration committees was held in the Council Chamber 011 Monday afternoon, under the chairmanship of the Mayor. After the reading of the last minutes, The Town Clerk reported that the plans sub- mitted by the engineers Simplex," "Civitas," and "Ritec" in connection with the extension of the Culvert on the South Sands, had been returned by the representatives of the late Mr George Chatterton, engineer, Westminster, together with a report on same. A long and animated discussion followed with the result that it was proposed, seconded and carried that scheme "B" submitted by "Civitas" (Mr J. Proece James, sanitary engineer and surveyor, Tenby), estimated to cost £3250, be approved of by the Council and sent in to the Local Government Board with a request that an enquiry should be held for the purpose of granting facilities for borrowing the necessary money to carry the scheme out. It waR agreed that the Borough Surveyor should be instructed to report on the feasibility of carrying out a suggestion made by a Coun- cillor for the extension of the sewer outlet near the Royal Victoria Pier for an additional dis- tance of eighteen feet or more. The report of the sub-committee appointed to consider the terms offered by the Great Western Railway Company regarding the laying out of Queen's Parade, -was read, and was to the effect that they could not recommend the Council to accept the Company's terms for tho alteration of the road leading to the Golf Links and the plan of the new road to Queen's Parade. The same committee also reported that they had met Mr Wilmot, the purchaser of the plot of land situated at the quarry near Queen's Parade, and this gentleman offered to meet the Council upon favourable terms if they required more land for the carrying out of the roadway. Mr Wilniot also asked that the erection of a bungalow and garage on the site should be approved of, and the matter was referred to the Borough Surveyor. A letter was read from the Improvement of Roads Committee asking that estimates and plans in connection with schemes of alteration of roadways in or near Tenby should be sent in not later than October 10th. It was understood that estimates and plans wore ready, and that same would be sent in immediately the Borough Surveyor returned from his holidays. It was unanimously agreed that the Town Clerk should write the Station Master at Tenby and call his attention to the very untidy con- dition of the road leading to the Golf Links, and also of the pathway and steps on the Green Hill, with the request that the railway company would have the places cleaned up. A letter was read from Captain Yarrow, ask- ing the Corporation's permission to remove the counter at the end of the Market, as by so doing the practice of the Miniature Rifle Club would be facilitated. The request was agreed to. A petition from the residents of Greenhill Avenue, objecting to the mortar-mill and engine now at work in that thoroughfare, was read, tiid received with some hilarity, the owner of the machinery (Mr W. H. Thomas) being a member of the Council, and present. The meeting de- cided that it was a matter for individual action, and not for the Corporation's interference. His Majesty's Inspector of Factories reported that several workshops in the town required white-washing, were overcrowded, or had other defects. The Town Clerk was instructed to write the persons named and request them to comply with the Inspector's requirements. The Medical Officer of Health wrote accepting the honorarium of JS33 granted him by the Council, but stating that he expected to be sup- plied with stationery in futuro, and by a majority it was agreed to accede to the application. The tenants of Hooper's Park and Parrott's Meadow, fields belonging to the Corporation gave notice of their intention to vacate SAME next September. A resolution was passed agreeing that the Town Clerk should allow 25 per cent, trade dis- count to persons selling the new Corporation guide. The Town Clerk produced a bundle of Forms IV. which he had filled up OIl behalf of Tenby corporate property. There were 170 forms, and members having examined several of them, taken by chance from the bundle, the Town Clerk was authorized to send them in to the. Land Valuation Officor. Before the breaking-up of the meeting, the Mayor stated that he had received an applica- tion from Mr David Davies, M.P., of Llan- dinam, to open a subscription list in connection with the Welsh National, Memorial to the late King Edward, and his Worship expressed the hope I hat lie would receive the assistance of the local newspapers. The proprietors, who were present at the meeting, intimated that they had also reeeiYfd lelegrams from Mr Davies, and they would be very pleased to join TH^ Mayor in making the appeal as effective as possible.