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The proprietors of the Famous Cable Tea write :— In consequence of the reduction In Tea Duty of One Penny per Pound we have decided, as from May 14th, 1906, to reduce the Wholesale price of the Famous Cable Tea One Penny per pound, but the Retail price will be changed from 2/2 per lb. to 2/ This will leave a smaller profit to the Retailer, but the Retailer must ook for his compensation in in- leased sales. This popular Tea, the popular price of 2/ should ^4ve a laBgely increased sale, as the Proprietors are determined to keep the quality fully up to the standard. Our Local Agents, Messrs. WM. JOHN and SON, Quay Street, Haverfordwest, supply the Famous Cable Tea, in 101b. and 201b. and 501b. Boxes, and to whom all Your Orders should be sent. 7H NEW Motor & Cycle Depot Has now been OPENED in the lower part of West Street, FISHGUARD All work will be done on the premises by a qualified mechanic. Cycles built on the premises from £6 10s. All Motor repairs promptly at- tended to at lowest prices. Agents for several First-class Motor Cycles and Cars. All kinds of Accessories kept in stock. Motor Spirits, &c. • HALL & THOMPSON, WEST STREET, yp x 3 HI Q-TJ-A_IE^X3. BLA-HlTlmd SOU, Carriage Builders HAVERFORDWEST. Steam Factory, Old Bridge, Haverfordwest MERRYWEATHER UN WATER SUPPLY AND FIRE PROTECTION of COUNTRY MANSIONS. EXPERTS SENT TO ALL PARTS TO Report on EXISTING Arrangements. WRITE FOR PAMPHLETS: mebmeather & SOltg 63, IMG ACRE. WIDOW. W.c. ikt in 17r, Ti-t A loo y. uvtti-r KEARSLEY'S ORIGIF4^L WIDOWIWELCH'S PILLS I "WiueiiU^rdeiSd »U otntructioni, I I Aw«ided Certmcate erf Merit loc^iecompUintll They b»ve I „ The PEMBROKE COU .¡TY GUARDIA" ALMANACK For 1907 IS IN COURSE OF PREPARATION. It will be AN EXCELLENT MEDIUM For ALL CLASSES OF ADVERTISEMENTS. Full Page, 10s Half Do., 5s.; Quarter Do., 2a. 6d. Special Positions by Armngemeti Sole Agent in the District for MESSRS. WORTHINGTON'S CELEBRATED Mild & Bitter ALES In 9, 18, and 36 gallon'Jcasks. India Pale Ale in Bottle.. Agent in the district for Messrs. Guinness' Extra Stout in Cask and Bottle. The Wine and Spirit 8 J ores. Fishguard. ä .L ,r, -L:Roo :El IRil -T-J:I-i- I ¥ .o. WHOLESALE & RETAIL WINE & SPiRIT MERCHANT, SEED KERCHAKT, MALTSTER, &C. R. L. invito attention to hip choice selection of old WINES and SPIRITS: GOOD KT1 ERRY, pale or gold, from 15s to 30s per dozen superior ditto, pale or gold, from 30s to 42s per dozeu. AMTIbADO, p-le or gold, 30s to 60s per dizir). I Port of various ages, including Cocksburn. B and Offley's ot the best vintages sound Clarets, from 15s to 30s per dozen. j Ingham's MARSALA. O u noted Special Club SCOTCH WHISKEY, guaranteed mr" Malt and well-matured, at 21s pe- gallon, or 428 per dozen. j HAVE NOW A Choice Selection OF GPASSFS, CLOVERS, &c.. r\ !"tock. Hennessy's Brandy in Wood and Bottle. » Fine Old Irish Whiskies. Nicholson's London Gin, Old • ichnlson s Lr,ndor Gin, Old Jamaica Hum & Jersey Brandies. J^EEO'S J^i;Kh'H.SHMENT ROOMs. IDGE STREET, JJAVERFORDWESf. CATERING AT MODERATE PRICES. VISITORS AND PARTIES WILL FIND EVERY COMFORT. REED'S WEDDING, BmTHDAY AND HOMg 1«ADE CAKES ARE NOTED THROUGHOUT THE COUNTY. TIMBER, MAHOGANY S AND S HARDWOOD /a. /^7 TURNERY and JOINERY.. X National Telephone, SO. 5, Albion Place, Cumberland Road, BRISTOL f TICLIRORAPBIC ADDEE88 HEAVEN, BRISTOL. AUTUMN AND WINTER, 1906-7. DAVID DAVIES, OUTFITTER AND HOSIER, 18, High Street, Haverfordwest, IS this day making an important Show of NEW GOODS. Every department will be found well assorted with the latest Styles for this Season, especially J30YS and MEN'S OVERCOATS and MACKINTOSHES, SUITS, &c. Everything kept and made to measure for MEN&BOYS. Agent for Nicholson's Celebrated Rain Coats. 18, HIGH STREET. GEORGE ACE, SPECIALIST IN UP-TO-DATE MOTOR CARS. Official repairer to the Automobile Club of Great Britain and Ireland. Head Office and works, TENBY. Branches at SWANSEA and HAVERFORDWEST, BEGS to announce to his numerous Clients that he has appointed a D New Works Manager, a Certificated Engineer with large experience in British and Foreign made Cars, officially recognised by the Automobile Club of Great Britain and Ireland, who will personally supervise all repairs to Cars in future also in order to cope with increasing business, several qualified Motor Engineers have been engaged. My. customerstherefore relv on thorough Expert attention to their commands. ALL KINDb OF REPAIRS UNDERTAKEN including special facilities for Engines and Ignition Repairs, Vulcanizing Tubes, Covers, &c. Accumulators charged. Motor Cars f -)r hire. Garage Accommodation for over 100 Cars, Southclift Street. GEORGE ACE, Cycle and Motor Works, TENBY. BUY AT IIL SAMUZL is timply oyer- wholmod with the applie&tion* vrh*lm«d with th« applie&tion* ■ FACTORY for his FREE BOOK, which con- ■ DRIf*r<* tinua t« pour in daj 4 I "PJ*" day. Wk«» a» going I DIRECT to Mid? From tke book I yOH celeot— JT JS*t wK M m GiLD QfiM RIN€S, C;*6 SOLID Bar Iftk II 0^? 5!VE« WATCHES, 6,REAL H Big Ml v* 8013 "HES, 3/8; S!LVER« »1 H Vfl Ml V PLAT« 5WMNFR CRUETS, 4K; I V ifl CUTLEPIY PARCELS(53 Tliousands of Baf- fains, a Month's roe rie61, and is HAHDSOf4,E FRE PRIZE 1 WITH bvebt purchasi. SFAD POSTCAltO folt THE I HM V send postcar° f°r the A ^-WHICH COSTS H. SAMUKk 1/ BUT WHICH IS SENT YOff i.coius Browne's TheORIGINALand KBJ ONLY CENOIlit. « Mtf Th# Bert Samedy known for Admitted F COUGHS. GOLDS. 1^ J 1 IFTSTHMA, BRONCHITIS, I 1 QONSUMPTIOH. MZM M^TH.CHE. f rn id. Uta ow, i, ggy^ BHEUHiTISH. M qHOflU wK |Efl| PWWT1T. ■■■■■ awiy»ecooipMii«««cnDOTOe^ «QEB MM aomif BT ATS, CMMKIBTBi sm. wo 4m asoh IMPORTANT NOTICE. Georae Bennett & eo. WINE AND SPIRIT STORE8, S.\ I ,f rrc C < KEN ACT, 1901. TO PARENTS, GUARDIAN, and EMPLOYERS of CHILDREN under 14 YEARS of AGE. On January 1st, 1902, a new Act of Parliament came into force which prohibits license holder from selling or delivering any i intoxicating liquor to children under fourteen years of age, except in quantities not less than one reputed pint, in corkpd and sealed vessels. On and after the aoove mentioned date children under 14 sent as messengers should bring a bottle, as it is impossible to cork .nd sea.) a jug. Every person who knowingly sends any person under the age of 14 years for the purpose of obtaining any description ( f intoxicating liquor, excepting as aforesaid, will be liable to a penalty not exceeding 40s. for the first offence, and not exceeding B5 for B D subsequent offence. THOMAS, CARRIAGE BUILDER, I BRIDGE END SQUARE HAVERFORDWEST. o: — Repairs promptly attended to. New alnd second-hand Carriages always in stock. j I WHAT DO YOU WANT I TO GIVE FOR A REALLY GOOD :BICYCLE?: You do not want a neck-risking price you do not want to pay out in repairs three times as much as the first cost of Bicycle, do you ? Then Call and See, and Try one of our 98 8s Od SPECIALS. Ten guineas can't buy a better bike. If you can't call, send for a copy of our List. W. JENNER, Motor and Cycle Works, Letterston. ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS EXECUTED ON m1. PREMISES. EVAN JONES, STONE AND MARBLE MASON OA tiT LETT, HAVERFORDWEST, I (Near RAILWAY STATION.) Tombstones and Headstones worked to any design in stone or marble at prices to suit all classes. Designs and Estimates sent free on application. TEETH. TEETH. TEETH. MESSRS. E. ENGLAND, LTD., Can be consulted from 11 to 5 p.m., at MISS JOHN, Bookseller and Stationer, 3, Victoria Place, New Bridge, Haverfordwest Every alternate Tuesday and Saturday. Also at Chester House, 8, Picton Place, Hayerfordwest, Daily. Next Visit, Saturday, March 9. & Tuesday, March 5, and will also attend at Ghabi-ks Stkebt, MiiiFOBD HAVEN (MrMeyler, Chemist), every other Tuesday Next Visit, March 12. I At Mr. Meylkb's, CHEMIST, MAIN STREET, FISHGUARD, every other Thursdry, I Next visits March 1. I AT Mrb, GWALlA HousH, Cardigan, every other Saturday. Next Yisit, March 2. Also at Miss Owen's, Dewi House, CROSS SQUARE, ST. David' every other Thursday. Next Visit, March 7. | -0- CONSULTATION FREE OF CHARGE. TEETH, i Perfection in eating and speaking. 2. Perfectly natural and life-like ts appearance. Teeth extracted painlessly with Nitrous Oxide Gas. Watches, Clocks, &c. The Largest Show. The Best Quality Goods —at The Lowest Price. This Season is as usual at BISLEY H. MUNT'S Watch, Clock, and Jewellery Stores, THIGH STREET, HAVERFORDWEST, AND milford. Show Room on Ground floor for Silver Mounted Glass & Leather Goods & many low-priced Novelties. ^0E=0=0E — U A Year Round Remedy. J IBEECHAM'S PILLS may always be depended upon to exert a powerful uid beneficial influence on the ills which beset the human race at various seasons of the yeu. A few doses will act most effectively on the vital SSJS? drive out the impurities in the blood, cleanse the stomach, Strengthen the digestive organs, and tone and invigorate the entire system. JBEEEFAWM @ILTI s 11 .Ct like a charm In setting yooright Every WW.JW « II I occasionally needs to assist nature over the trying[times, it you wouia ■■ I avoid sickness and be well, and always have good digestion, an act ve II I liver, dear skin and bright eyes, make a habit beini 11 I BEEOIAITS PHIS They may be taken with safety at any time, oeing ■ I I Always in Season. U M 3Bit ,finr, to boxes, price Ifl\ (S6 pllle) A 219 C168 pills). JJ ^5io==ao==oi=oi^ [Established Over 50 Years.] W. H. REYNOLDS Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer Decorator, and Undertake' 18 & 20, HILL STIREET, HAVERFORDWEST. GOOD HOME MADE FURNITURE ,tTj OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. pijfflS IS BEDB TEAD, BEDDING, j|P|R.IML JH CARPETS, LINOLEUM, WINDOW BLINDS, &c. A GOOD assortment of | -O. WALL PAPERS ALWAYS IN ST* Great Clearance Sale OF MEN'S AND BOY'S OVERCOATS AND MACKINTOSHES. O 11111 1 i AIf?NfSAL SUITS 0™AB AT VERY LOW PRICES. Immense Reductions in Woollen Shirts, Underwear, &c. 8 TERMS CASH. O CREDIT. NOTE ADDRESS- TOM DAVIES, THE COUNTY CLOTHIER, 24, High Street, Haverfordwest. CORN. BUTTER, SEED, AND MANURE I. REYNOLDS BEGS to inform the Publio that he has taken over the business carried on successfully by Mr Joseph ThomM at Swan Square, Haverfordwest, for nearly half a century, and will continue the CORN, BUTTER, SEED, AND MANURE TRADE as heretofore. ALSO GROCERY AND SACK HIRING. A Large Stock of perfectly new Sacks always kept. Usual Charges I Address • I Swan Square, Haverfordwest. MESSRS. JENKINS & SONS, 1\ Jeffreys Square, LONDON, j Have now decided to supply tea at wholesale prices to private families *t exceedingly low prices for cash within fourteen days or the tea, if not suitable, to be returned free of expense. A very superior quality from 1/9 to 1/11 per lb., not less than 41bs, The above firm has been doing business largely in Pembrokeshire and the six adjoining counties for the last 30 years All orders and communications must be sent direct to Welsh ad- dress, viz., Pentre Parr, Llandilo. It is important that you should give it a trial, and the above- named will be glad to send samples free of charge. I. Local Agent-E. WILLIAMS, Grocer, SOLVA .0 For the Celebrated" K," the Many-fitting I FooiV'orm', and the LaiM Norvic Boots and Shoes, GO TO L. EVANS & SON MARKET STREET, HAVERFORDWEST. FOOTFORM BOOTS Are the erfectionof Work- manship, Perfection of Style, Ferfootion of Fit. The New "&" ts are so named as being the latest and m < up-to-date Speciality of yF jj- this celebrated "K" make, and will be I ^a0m 4j found exceedingly moderate in price. The "Norvic" Shoes are made in fourteen i Jm different styles. Each style of Boot or /U^gjP 11 /J' Jr Shoe has been carefully wowed out in Ig/Rm \Jr every detail, and is a model of good taste and smartness oombined. They are made ^jEffi • by an old established firm of high repuue- and only the best workmanship and mate, rials are employed in their manufacture l