PRNTING. PRINTING. PRINTING. Don't send your orders to London, Germany, or Bristol, but send your Printing to the h Guardian" Offices, Solva and Fishguard. Billheads and Memorandums, Oymanfa G-anu Programmes, Chapel and Bible Reports, Pence Envelopes, Concert Tickets & Programmes, Posters of all sizes, Rate Receipt Books. You cannot do better than send your orders to the above offices. ar dian Offices. I Solva l and Fishguard. W.G.Phillips Boot and Shoe Dealer, Has Removed from High Street to 35 BRIDGE STREET (Late Sweeney's), HAVERFORDWEST.
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