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THE I SOUTH WALES HORSE SALE & SHOW AT CM9IMK, I CONDUCTED BY MESSRS HENRY MANLEY, & SONS, LIMITED, CREWE, APRIL 26th, 190681 The AUCTIONEERS say in their agreement-" If there is a chance of a good Catalogue of Horses we shall undertake to bring plenty of buyers. We have 100 Horses entered already, and we hope to make it 200 before we close." ENTRY FORMS TO BE RETURNED BY APRIL 16. LIST OF PRIZES: 1.-21.-For the Best Hunter, to be ridden over fences, 2.— £ 1 —For the best Saddle or Harness Mare or Gelding over 15 hands high, to be shown in hand, saddle, or harness. S.—Sl.—For the best Saddle or Harness Cob, 14 hanls, and not exceeding 15 hands. 4.-£1.-For the best Saddle or Harness Cob over 18.2 hands, and not exceeding 14 hands. 5.-P.I.-For the best Pony not exceeding 13.2 hands. 6.-tl.-For the best Heavy Cart Mare or Gelding. 7,-Pol.-For the best Light Cart Mare or Gelding. 8.-91.-For the best One, Two, or Three-year-old Gelding or Filly for Agricultural purposes age will be decided by the judges. The Auctioneers offer a Piece of Plate value TWO GUINEAS for the Champion in Classes 1, 2, 3, 4, aDd 5, and a similar prize for the Champion Animal in Classes 6, 7, and 8. Entry Forms, &c., are now ready, and may be had of- EVANS & COMPANY, CARDIGAN. PREPAID SCALE. For Small AdvertiMmtnte appearing in all the Editions of" The Rembtoke County Guardian." Words. 1 insertion. 3 insertions. 6 insertions 21 1 0 2 3 3 6 28 1 8 3 6 4 6 35 2 0 4 u 5 6 42 2 6 4 6 6 6 Theee charges apply enly to the following dames of advertisements if prepaid :—Situations Vacant or Wanted, To be Let, Apartments Wanted and to Let, Houses and other Premises to be Let, Specific Articles for Sale, Articles, Doga, Sheep, Ac., Lost and Found, and all Miscellaneous Wants. Unless paid for in advance the credit rate of double the above will be charged. Advertisers may have replies addressed to the 'Pembroke County Guardian" Office, Old Bridge, Haverfordwest, on payment of the postage. Cheques and Money Orders should be made pay- able to The Pembroke County Guardian, Ltd." TO BE LET, September 29th, No. 1. GKOVE VILLA, High Street, St. Davids.—Apply, Mrs. Hicks Daviea, Grove Villas, St. Davids. 6mayll. COOK required. Wages, £ 30. Apply, Castle Hotel, Haverfordwest. plap20 WANTED APPRENTICES to learn the W Printing Trade at the Offices of the Pembroke County Guardian It at Haverfordwest, Fishguard, and Solva. Splendid opportunity for intelligent lads to become proficient in all branches of the trade including operation of the Linotype.— Apply Guardian Office, Old Bridge, Haverford- west. WANTED. THE Editor of the Pembroke County Guardian" is prepared to train a WELL EDUCATED YOUTH m Journalism and all branches of News- paper Management. Unique opportunity for able lad to acquire a knowledge of the working of a large County Paper.—Apply, GUABDIAN Office, Old Bridge, Haverfordwest TAKE) NOTICE ANY person found trespassing on the Grounds of the Fishguard County School (except members of the choir practising at the School) will be prosecuted according to Law. 4ap27 BY ORDER. WELSH OAK and ASH for Carte, Wheel barrows, Ladders, &c., always in stock- cut to sizes. Also Spokes, Felloes, Blocks, Ac. —Slade Timber Yard, Fishguard. mar5 PEMBROKESHIRE HUNT. ALL PERSONS are requested to send in their 44 stopping cards" by the 28th inst. to LoRD KENSINGTON, The Mariner's Hotel, Haverfordwest, A GRAND EISTEDDFOD WILL BE HELD AT FISHGUARD 0:, Friday, June 15,1906. ,7 PresidentsDr. Owen, J.P., Sir Marteine Lloyd, and E. D. Jones, Esq., J.P. Conductor: REV. DAN DAVIES. Musical Adjudicator: J. T. BEES, ESQ., Mus. Bac., Aberystwyth. Chief Choral, 820; Male Voice, £15 Glee, Juvenile Choir, L3 3s. Programmes, 2d each (post free, 2d), 2 to be had of the Hon. Secretary, MR. O. D. JONES, mrl5 Council School, Fishguard. TO BE SOLD BY TEN DER. The "JOCKEY FIELDS," situated in Pren- dergast, now in the occupation of Mr. A. T. Hill; also THREE FREEHOLD DWELLING- HOUSES, and GARDENS adjoining, recently built, now in the occupation of Messrs. T. H. Evans, T. Williams, and D. Bevans. Tenders for the whole in one lot, or the Fields and Houses separately, may be given. For further particulars, apply to Mr. A. H. Thomas, St. Thomas Green, Haverfordwest, to whom also Sealed and Endorsed Tenders should be delivered on or before April 25th next. The highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. TO BUILDERS. The Pembrokeshire Education Authority is prepared to receive TENDERS for REPAIRS and ALTERATIONS to the Council Schools at Dinas and- Maenclochog, in the County of Pembroke. Drawings and Specifications may be seen on application to the Headmasters at the respective Schools, and also at the Offices of the Authority's Architect, Mr D. E. Thomas, 17, Victoria Place, Haverfordwest. Tenders must be delivered to me on or before the 8th day of May, 1906, endorsed "Tender for Dinas, or Maenclochog Council -Schools." The Educational Authority does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any Tender. WM. DAVIES GEORGE, Clerk to the Education Committee. County Education Offices, 9, Quay Street, Haverfordwest. 2ap27 TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are invited for BUILDING ALTERATIONS and ADDITIONS to "Penlan" Farm, Trevine Flans and Specifications may be had from the address bedow. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. C. LAUNCELOT BLETHYN, C. Architect, Milford Haven. TO BUILDERS. I The Pembrokeshire Education Authority is prepared to recive TENDERS for REPAIRS and ALTERATIONS to the Council School at Brawdy, in the Parish of Brawdy. Drawings and Specifications may be seen on application to the Headmaster at the School, and also at the offices of the Autho- rity's Architect, Mr. D. E. Thomas, 17, Victoria Place, Haverfordwest. Tenders mikst be delivered to me on or be- fore the 8th day of May, 1906, endorsed Ten- der for Brawdy Council School." The Education Authority does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any Tender. WM. DAVIES GEORGE, | Clerk to the Education Committee. County Education Offices, 9, Quay Street, Haverfordwest. I Preliminary Announcement. I LET TE ]It S TONI GRAND ANNUAL ATHLETIC SPORTS I BICYCLE, PONY, GALLOWAY 1 and TROTTING RACES WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1906. Entry forms may be had of A. H. LEWIS, W. JENNER, I, I mr23 Hon. Sees. STUD SEASON, 1906. THOBOUGH-BBKD HOBSB, QUEBEC Winner of the following:— I Bestwood Nursery Plate, Nottingham. 175 Members' Plate, Warwick 185 Stewards' Plate, Alexandra Park 200 Budbrook Stakes, Warwick 100 Taplow Welter, Windsor 100 Wiltshire Plate, Salisbury 100 Beaufort Plate, Bat;i .I 100 Rothschild Plate, Windsor 100 Surbiton Handicap, ftlndown ltrk 283 De Warrenne Handioi-p, Lewes 250 Olympian Handicap, Saudown 500 Gautby Plate, Lincoln 100 All-aged Plate, Red«-<ar 100 Staines All-aged, K .(pon Park 100 Clyde Selling, Hank Itn Park 100 £2,493 NEWINGTON CONNAUGHT, (No. 6849 H.S.B.,) HACKNEY COB, 14." SOLELANDS SWELL, (No. 9022, H.S.B., SIBB: Champion Royal Daoegelt, DAM Fairy Queen, (big winner), by Norfolk Comet LYDSTEP ADVENTURER, Winner of MveQ firsts. Stud cards and full particulars from the owner, H. BEES, Springfield Stud, Haverfordwest. J. ALLEN THOMAS Is now showing an n IMMENSE VARIETY OF THE NEWEST GOODS IN EVERY.DEPAR TMENT, SPECIALITIES in DRESSES, TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES MILLINERY. I Floor Cloths, Lace Curtains, AND Bed and Table Linen. 1 1 J. Allen Thomas DRAPER, Haverfordwest. "t I* 100 Ttfcw- bpoataUou. FOa tABUB. PSLEY*S ORIGINAL W WELCH"S PILLS rreqtientiy lIÑe oy l\1Iee 1-rded C-ertiflcato of Merit r,, the cWre .,f IOU obstruction*, Jti_. end aU femala eompl&!nu They bav. tha apprevm! of tb« KattcaJ Profession B >xn 1/14 and 2 9, of *11 or >y yost, tya and i/10 C. t 8. IjunLtT. 48 lrkterloa loui. Leaden,B.B. bilst OB hiving KEABBLSTS EVERY WOMAN Should send two stamps for our 82 pdge Illustrated Book, containing valuable information how all Ir- regularities and Obstructions may be entirely avoided or removed by simple means. Kecommendfd by eminent Physicians, as the ouly Safe, Sure and Genuine Remedy. NeverFaile. Thouss- ds of Testi monials. Established 1862. Hr. P. BLANCBABS, DalstonlLane, London. pMe07 SEASON, 1906. Riokaston HaU Stad of Shire Stallions to travel Pembrokeshire this Season. That Champion Stock-getter, "TRACTION IV." (19190), S.H.S.B. Sire, Morion (14190). Dam Severn Crooo" (83836). DUNSMORE NAIRN (No 22,308) S.H.S.B. Breeder :-Sir P. A. Muntz, Bart, M.P., Duns- more Stud Farm, Warwickshire. Foaled 1902.-Bay Blaze, White Lip, four White Stockings, a few grey hairs in the tail. Sire.—Bar None William (10,903) Dam.-(29,046), Juanita. BAR NONE WILLIAM 10,903, by Prince William 3,956, twice champion of London Shire Horse Show, by William the Conqueror (2,343.) Dam of Bar None William 1,398, Clifty by Bar None 2,388, by Lincoln 1,348, by Enterprise 764. G. Dam by True Briton 2,944, by British Ensign 271, by Matchless 1,509, by Active 29. 29,046 Juanita, by Sir Lincoln 15,355, by Lin- colnshire Lad II. 1,365, by Lincolnshire Lad 1,196. Dam of Juanita 16,649 Smiler, by Pride of Leighton II. 1,771, by Pride of England 1,770. G. Dam Diamond, by King Dick 1,213, by Cob- ham, by Regatator. DUNSMORE NAIRN stands 17.1 hands; he has wide open feet, big knees and jeints, clean Ainty bone, beautiful sloping pasterns, and long silky feather, and a good all-round mover. His yearlings seem very promising, being extremely big, and likely to make useful geldings. Dunsmore Nairn is a remarkably sure stock getter. All mares tlted by this horse, and afterwards put to another will be charged full fee. All mares tried at owner's risk. Should any accident or illness interfere with this Horse, the owner has the sole right to replace him with a Registered Shire Stallion. Groom's Fee to be paid first time of serving. Season fees payable June 24, 1906. Route—Pembrokeshire. 2ap6 SHIRE COLT, "LYDSTEP CHANCELLOR" (22,560) S.H.S.B., Vol. XXVI. I Dark Bay, 16.2 h.h.; Blaze, and Dark points Foaled 1903. LYDSTBP CHANCELLOR" (22,560) Bred by J. Wynford Philipps, Esq., M.P., Lydstep Stud Farm, Penally. Pedigree Sire, Iron Chancellor (14,677). Dam, (22,478) Withgill Flower. IRON CHANCELLOR 14,677, by Chancellor JL 4,959, by Premier 2,646, by What's. Wanted 2,332, by Bold Lincolit 231. Dam of Iron Chancellor 7,602, Bonny, by Lin- colnshire Lad II 1,356, by Lincolnshire Lad 1,196. G. Dam by Ploughman's Pride 1,755, by Dray- man 640, by Drayman 628. 22,478 Withgill Flower, by Siddow's Wonder 13,587, by Cressy 4,339, by Cardinal 2,407, by Heart of Oak 1,005. Dam 4,898 Fisher, by Wonder IV. 8,622, by Wonder 2.357. G. Dam Bounce, by Master of Arts 1,499, by Constitution. Dam of Withgill Flower 14,710, Evening Light, by Vulcan 4,145, by Cardinal 2,407, by Heart of Oak 1,005. Dam 5,633 Beacon Light, by Cromwell 2,415, by Thumper 2,136. G. Dam 1,299 Bonny, by Crisis 556, by Wonder 2,357 by Matchless 1,509. G. G. Dam 326 Cuerdon Bonny, by British En- sign 272. 22,748 Withgill Flower, foaled 1894. Won Prizes —1896—Second, Clitheroe Second, Edgworth; First, Harwood; First, Whalley; 1897-Second, Bath and West of England; Third, Royal Coun- ties First, Norfolk. 14,710 Evening Light won Prizes1889—First, and Reserve for Champion, Pilling. 1890-First and Second, Pilling. 1892-Second, Broughton. 5,633 Beacon Light won Prizes:—1887—Second, Padiham; Reserve, Great Harwood. 1890—First and Second, Pilling. LYDSTEP.CHANCELLOR had a severe attack of strangles last Autumn, so has not developed so much as he ought to have done, from his breeding, but with time he will furnish out again, as he is very well bred from sire and dam. He has beauti- ful legs under him, grand sloping pasterns, and ex- tremely wide open feet, nice quality feather, an extraordinary all-round mover; he has that elastic walk that shire men always need at a showyard, a point the shire judges at the London Show this year took so much into consideration by awarding their dec sions. The Groom's Fees to be paid at the first uie of serving," "J the remainder at the end of the sea- son, Jun. 2 "JU .iiAN. All mires tried by this Horse and afterwards put to any OLuer. sold or exchanged, will be charged the full fee. All mares tried at owner's risk, but every care will be taken. For further particulars apply to the groom, who will specify time of attendance. Should any accident or illness interfere with this Horse, the owner has the sole right to replace him with a Registered Shire Stallion. Route Pembrokeshire. 2ap6 SOUTH AFRICA. ROtAL MAIL BOUTE UNION CASTLE LINE. London & South- ampton. To Cape Colony, Natal, Delagoa Bay, Beira, &o., calling frequently at Madeira, Las Pal- mas, Teneriffe, Ascension, and St. Helena. Weekly Sailings. Fast Pauagel. Superior Accommodation. Beet Route. For Rates of Passage Money, and all further in- formation, apply to the Marawers DONALD CURRIE & CO., London, or to Local Agents. Nortlt Pembrokeshire Visitors TO Haverfordwest WILL FIND Excellent Accommodation AT StannarcCs Old Stores, Old Bridge, HAVERFORDWEST UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF John Eynon. TAKE NOTICE. fl. H. Lewis, Merchant, Solva, Has now in stock large quantities OF COAL AND CULM at the following prices PER TON. Carway Culm 13s. Best Trimsaran (through) 13s. The famous Cwlwm Du Bach. 15s. Best Lydney (Block) Coal 24s. Best Blaengarw Steam Coal 25s. Goulding's, Burnard and Alger's and Amlwch MANURES will also be kept. Also Best Quality Agricultural Seeds. SPECIAL.—A.H.L. is now in a position to offer the highest prices for Oats at Solva or Letterston. Send sample to Lewis, Solva. 13ap4 MERRYWEATHE.K N WATER SUPPLY AND FIRE PROTECTION of COUNTRY MANSIONS. EXPERTS SENT TO ALL PARTS TO Report on EXISTI NG Arrangements. WRITE FOR PAMPHLETS: MERRYWMHER & goiso 63, 1016 ICU, LOXDOH, Y.C. PEMBROKESHIRE. SHORT COURE IN AGRICULTURE. The Education Committee of the Pembroke- shire County Council are prepared to offer SIX SCHOLARSHIPS of £8 each to Sons of Pembrokeshire Farmers, to enable them to attend a Short Course of Instruction in Agri- culture at the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth. The Course will commence on October 24th. Each application must be in the applicant's handwirting, must state age, place of educa- tion, size, character and situation of farm. Applications for the above Scholarships must be sent in not later than the first day of July, 1906. TECHNICAL SCHOLARSHIPS. The Committee are also prepared to receive applications for Grants in Aid to assist Stud- ents to secure knowledge in all Technical Subjects (including Dairying, Horticulture, Cookery, Forestry, Welsh, and other subjects applied for) other than the Short Course in Agriculture, at the different centres for im- parting advanced Technical Instruction. Applications must be sent to me not later than Tuesday, the 8th day of May, 1906. WM. DAVIES GEORGE, Clerk to the Education Committee. County Education Offices, Haverfordwest. April 10th, 1906. University College of Wales, Aberys- twyth. DEPARTMENT OF LAW. Principal-T. F. ROBERTS, M.A., LLD., Professor of Constitutional and Comparative Law. W. JETHRO BROWN, LLD., Professor of Constitutional and Comparative Law. T. ARTHUR LEVI, M.A., B.C.L., Professor of English Law. Short Courses in English Law specially in tended for Articled Clerks will be held at the College for six weeks from April 23, 1906, to June 2, 1906. The subjects will include Courses of Lectures on:— 1—Common Law. 2—Evidence, and Civil and Criminal Pro cedure. 3-quity with special reference to Trusted Mortgages and Administration. The names of all Articled Clerks who hI- tend to avail themselves of these Lectures should be sent in to the Registrar of the College by April 17 next. These Lectures are carried on by the aid of a grant from the Incorporated Law Society, and they will be free to all Articled Clerks. For further particulars apply to the Registrar. J. H. DAVIES, M.A. Preliminary Announcement. Important and unreserved Sale of Modern Household Furniture, Dining Koom Suites, Iron and Wooden Bedsteads, Spring Mattresses, Palliases, Bed-clothes, Carpets, Curtains, Wall Paper, and many other lots. W HOWARD JONES has been instructed nLto SELL BY AUCTION at the TOWN HALL, ST. DAVID'S, ON THURS- DAY, MAY 3, 1906. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock sharp. Credit on conditions. P—The furniture, &c., is equal to new, and will be removed to the Town Hall for convenience of sale. COURT, PEMBROKESHIRE Important Letting ot Grazing Land. Ø1.lf,. A. J. HODGES Begs t", announce that he has been favoured with instructions TO LET BY AUCTION AT COURT, In the parish of Llanllawer, On Friday, April 27th., 1906, 120 ACRES OF PRIME MEADOW AND PASTURE LANDS, Now in good Grass, well watered and fenced, and in lots to suit takers. Letting to com- mence at two o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions. Intending takers are respectfully invited to meet the Auctioneer at COURT HOUSE at the above mentioned day, and not to bring any DOGS with them. NOTICE. PBNSLADB and TOWER HILXJ, FISHGUARD. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that any "7^ person or persons found getting fire to the furze on Penslade and Tower Hill will be prosecuted. By Order. A. J. HODGES, Clerk to the Fishguard Parish Council. April 17,1906. iap20 Aldercar King," The property of Samuel Jones, Rhiw, New- castle Emlyn, WILL ATTEND Pembroke, Haverfordwest, Narberth Whitland, and also Stable, Cernydd, Maenclochog. SEASON, 1906. I TO SERVE THIS SEASON "YOUNG DASHWOOD" Five year old, dark bay, 16.3 hands, with plenty of bone and feather, combined with good temper, perfectly sound, and has proved himself a sure foal-gette. PEDIGREE. SIRE -Dashwood 15,574, bred by Mr J. D. Lang Knowles, Sidmonth, Devon, DAM—Favourite a celebrated well bred mare out of Breconshire Hero, the right stamp of cart horse, Fee: JE1. Groom's fee 2s, 6d. Groom's fee to be paid at the first time of serving and the remainder on or before June 23rd, 1905. All mares tried by this horse, and afterwards put to another, sold or exchanged", will be charged full fee. All mares tried at owner's risk. YOUNG DASHWOOD will travel the districts of St. David's, Solva, Mathry, Léttcrston, and Llandeloy and will also serve at own stables. For further particulars, apply to the owner— MR JOHN STEPHENS, Tregydd Farm, Solva DRESS WlATERliqS, &c., FOR THE MILLION. V Every Lady desirous of purchasing and wearing the 3B6 S5 TC at the lowest possible price should our s.unple patterns without delay. Astonishing Variety Marvellous DRESS FABRICS. From per yard. Doub'e Width. AIw length Cut from the Piece at WAREHCL'cS rl\lc.[ All Orders Carrtagre Paid. Write for a range of Patt rl1. we ^e -d thvra Post Free, and do not require them returned, together with our Illustrated Price Lij Personal and Household Requisites* blouie and Jacket Materia!s. &c., &c. WONDERFUL SELECTION. LUTAS LEATHLEY & Co., Department 2A, THE WAREHOUSE, ARMLEY, LEEDS. t "EXCELSIOR" WHISKY The EXCELSIOR Blend hu been producea with great scientific skill and judgment, and posamwes thow admirable properties that are only to be found in the highest grade Whiskies*. GRANVILLE H. SHARPE, K.C.S., Late Principal of the Liverpool Collage 01 Chcin-istry Analyst Perfection of Blended li'h* k Lancet. We can recoiumend the II EXCELSIOR" vVhisky with confidence as a safe and palatable stimulant to th Sick ami Convalescent."— Practitioner, REGISTERED SO LB PROPRIETOKS MARGRAVE BROTHERS, Wine and Spirit Importers, Llanelly, South Wales. PUBLIC NOTICE. THE USUAL ANNUAL Competitive Meeting Under the auspices of the Fishguard Rechabite Society previously advertised for Easter Monday is POSTPONED until Friday Eve- ning, May 11, 1906. Same Programme, but Choral Parties nut limited to numbers. P. WILLIAMS, Secretary. HILL HOUSE COLLEGE, HAVBUFOKDWEST. The MISSES DAVIES daughter of the late Rev. T. Davies, D.D.) conduct a School for Boarders and Day Pupils at the above com- modious and well-situated residence. The course of instruction comprises the usual branches of a sound English education, with Music (Pianoforte and Violin), French, Latin, Drawing, and Painting. Pupils prepared for the Oxford and Cam bridge Local, College of Preceptors, Trinity College, and other Examinations. Kindergarten occupations for the Infants. Prospectuses on application. The next Term will begin on Thursday morning, May 3rd, at 11 o'clock. 2ap27 For Sale. "REGISTERED SHIRE MARE, foaled 1902.- TT L ^ARTICULARS' T- LILEWELLYN, Flemington, Pembroke. 2ap27 YN EISIEU, HEN LYFR, "BLODEU DYFED." 0s oes gan rhywun gopi o hono, bydd yn v dda genym ei brynu, neu gael ei fenthyg am ycbydig amser os byddis mor garedig. Anfoner ef yn ol yn ddiffaeL Cyfeiriad— GUARDIAN Office, Old Bridge, Haverfordwest. Mawrth 27ain, 1906. mr30 Haverfordwest Rural District Council. ROAD LABOURER WANTED. \\TANTED, at once, Road Labourer for the » Parish of Manorowen. Constant employ- ment to suitable man. For further particulars apply to the District Surveyor, „ „ „ JOSEPH EVANS. .Bank House, Solva, March 26th, 1906. 3api4 BLAND and SO Carriage Builders HAVERFORDWEST. Steam Factory, Old Bridge Haverfordwest Important Rotiee The Pembroke County Guardian," which is the only County Paper, and contains news from the whole of Pem- brokeshire, as well as many other attractive features, is on sale at all Newsagents in the County and the important towns of South Wales. It will be forwarded by post to any address at the usual prepaid rate One Quarter,- ,pa u 8d; Half Year, 3s 4d; One Year, 6s 8d. Advertisements for the North Edition can be received up to noon on Wednesday, though classification cannot be ensured after first post on that day. For Mid County and SouthEditions advertisements can be received up to 5 o'clock Thursday afternoons, but position and classification can only be guaranteed up to 9 a.m. All Communications Concerning the Pembroke County Guardian" must be addressed: Old Bridge, Haverfordwest.

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