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Business H&fcresses. "EXCELSIOR." a!WLN EXTRA SPECIAL SCOTCH Has been before the Public for nearly a QUARTER of a CENTURY. "Perfection of Blended Whisky. '—" LANCE" 44 A Wuisky of very hi^h quality."—•" BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL" "A safe aud palatable stimulant for the sick and convalescent, -"PRACTITIONER." V.S.O. P. LIQ UKUR• COGNA C. A blend of famous vintages, of great age, and FAR SUPERIOR to the HIGHEST grade of Brandy in quality. "AN UNDOUBTEDLY GENUINE GRAPE SPIRIT." Lancet f'ARCPM BROS., LLANELLY. Commerce House, Ltd., BEG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEIR Seeat CUasawce OF SEASONS GOODS is NOW ÐN. IMMENSE BARGAINS In every Department, as all Season's Goods must be cleared. We are noted for GENUINE SALES, and customers can rely upon this being a splendid opportunity to secure bargains. ♦ ORDERS by post leceive prompt and careful .attention. Commerce House, Ltd, Haverfordwest.. J t Educational Hay rfordwest Grammar School. FOUNDED 1613. Chairman of Governors R. T. P. WILLIAMS, Esq. Headmaster Rev. J. Henson, M.A., Oxon, Assisted by a Staff of Six Experienced Masters. Recognised by the Board of Education. A Secondary School providing preparation for all University and Professional Examinations and for Commercial life. Pupils prepared for the larger Public Schools. Numerous recent successes. A few Boarders can be received at low fees. For prospectus, etc., apply to the Head- master. Next term begins on Tuesday, January 21st, and parents will be interviewed on that day. se6- Tasker's High School For Girls. HA V ERFOP D WEST. Headmistress Miss *1. E. Jones, B.A., Wales. (Assisted by hicMy qualified mistresses). FEES el 6s. 8d. per term. Special Subjects: Greek, German, and Painting. "-a. per term. Re-opens Wednesday, January 15th, at 2 p.m. Headmistress at home to parents on Monday and Tuesday afternoon. County Pupils are only allowed to board at houses approved by the Governing Body, of which a list can be ob- tained (with any other information desired relative to school arrangements), either from the Headmistress, or from Mr J. W. Phillips, Solicitor, Tower Hill, Clerk to the Governors. St. David's County School Chairman: THE VERY REV. THE DEAN OF ST. DAVIDS .Vice Chairman: CAPT. S. ROACH. Headmaster: MR. THOMAS THOMAS, B.A. (London). Assistant Master: MR. H. P. JACKSON, M.Sc. (Vie.). Assistant Mistress: MISS K. M. GREEN, L.L.A. (St. Andrews), Cambridge Teachers' Diploma. Assistant Mistress: MISS E. H. MOSELEY, B.A. (Wales), with Honours. Pupils prepared for the London Matricula- tion, the Oxford and Cambridge Locals, the Legal, Medical, and Pharmaceutical Examina-, tions. the Entrance Scholarship Examinations of the University Colleges of Wales, and the South Kensington Sciene and Art Examina- tions. TUITION FEES.— £ 4 per annum, or £1 6s. Id per term; two (brothers or sisters) B7 per per annum, or £2 6s. 8d. per term; three (brothers or sisters) 4EI0 per annum, or 3 18. ttd. per term. Pupils taking Music will be charged an extra too. for terms and further particulars, Prospeo- Iva, etc., apply to the Headmaster, or to MR- W. D. WILLIAMS, The Registrar. St. Davids. Musical instruments* IF YOU WANT A PIANO or ORGAN do not be persuaded by any interested person to purchase until you have ascertained the extra- ordinary value we are offering. Yon will save many poands, be most liberally treated, and get the easiest possible terms by purchasing from us. —DUCK, SON. & Pinker, The Great Piano Merchants, Pultney Bridge, Bath. Catalogue and book of ad vice free. Name this paper. Our tuners visit this district and all parts of South Wales at regular intervals-send us a post card and tuner shall call. 19ap52 DrlN DA VIES, AUCTIONEER AND VALUER, i Sales conducted and Valuations made on the best possible terms. OFFICES :— ORIELTON TERRACE, J PEMBROKE. lyl9- I Business HCtoresses. I TTFS I SWANSEA MERCANTILE) BANK Limited, OF 18, PARK STEEE1, SWANSEA, MAKE CASH ADVANCES DAILY FROM £ 5 to R500 TO FARMEBS and ALL CLASSES of resect- JL able householdert3 upon their own Note cf Hand, and Qther kinds of securities. ALL TRANSACTIONS STRICTLY PRIVATE Apply to H. B. JONES, Manager, Or W. D. PHILLIPS, Auctioneer, Haverfordwest Local Representative Personal attendance every Wednesday afternoon and at other Mines by special appointment at Vlo- tona Road, ophite the Dock gates, Milford Haven Notice of Removal. TT/'ILLIAM BEYNON, late of the Marinarg Hotel, Lower Solva, and now of the ROYAL GEORGE HOTEL, UPPER SOLVA tenders his best thanks to his friends and patrons for their past support, and hopes to receive in the future the same patronage as hitherto ac- corded him. Best brands of Beers & Spirits supplied, EYhltY ATTENTION AND CIVILITY. THE ROYAL GEORGE HOTEL, UPPER SOLVA. jalfi Skipping IRotices. ALLAN LINE TO CANADA Ouly Line under !ail Contract with Canadiar, Go rt. lXPRfcSS WEEKLY SERVICE From Liverpool. Safety Shortest Sea Passage Comfort and Cheapest Route to CANADA & WESTERN STATES flew jfast Gutblne Steamers. Free from Bngine Odours, Noise and Vibration Direct Sailings from London and Glasgow at regular intervals. Best Accommodation at Lowest Rates. handbooks. Maps, etc., free from ALLAN LINE, 5, Pall Mall It 103, Leadenhall Street, London 19 James Street, Liverpool, or Local Agents OUTH AFRICA ROYAL MAIL ROUTE UNION- CASTLE LINE. London and I Southampton. To Cape Colony, Natal, DeJ a. goa Bay, Beira, etc., calling frequently at Madeira, Las Palmas, Teneriffe, Ascension, and St. Helena Weekly Sailings. Fast Passages. Superior Accommodation. Best Route. For Rates of Passage Money and all further information, apply to the Managers: DONALD CURRIE & CO., London, or to Local Agents. ——s——— GASWORKS, FISHGUARD. I COKE AND COAL TAR for Sale, Produced from the Best Welsh Gas Coals. Please state quantities required. j Prices and particulars from F. W COLLIER, Manager. nol— Don't Read This. YtfANTED MEN AND BOYS of good character, for Royal Navy and Royal Marines. Good pay, and pension on leaving.— Apply, Recruiting Office, North Park Street, Pembroke Dock. WANTED in every important village and town in Pembrokeshire reliable men wishiul to increase their incomes by a first-class Life Assurance Company, doing both Ordinary and Industrial Business. 10s. per week easily made in spare time. Also wanted an Agent at Good,wick or Fishguard to devote whole time. Excellent terms to the right men. Guarantee Bond required.—Apply, Scourfield, 30, Sensing- tea Terrace, Haverfordwest. 3ja31 OLD m. LSAD.—6t«b» quantity 90M U-Muaifr, County GowrdUifi" Ommo IRt*crJe?d*r«st. public Notices. Pembrokeshire Education Authority. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IN accordance with the provisions of Section 8 (1) of the Education Act, 1902, that the j County Council of Pembrokeshire, being the Local Education Authority for the purposes of Part III. of that Act, propose to provide a New Public Elementary School for about 80 Children, at Puncheston, in the Parish of Puncheston. The School will be available for the following area: So much of the area of the said Local Education Authority as is within three miles by the nearest road of the site of the proposed new School. WM. DAVIES GEORGE, Clerk to the Local Education Authority. Dated November 26th, 1907. Section 8 (1) of the Education Act, 1902, pro- vides as follows: "(1) Where the Local Education Authority or any other persons propose to provide a now Public Elementary School, they shall give public notice of their intention to do so, and the Managers of any existing School, or the Local Education Authority (where they are not themselves the persons proposing to pro- vide the School), or any ten Ratepayers for which it is proposed to provide the School, may within three months after the notice is given, appeal to the Board of Education on the ground that the proposed School is not required, or that a School pro- vided by the Local Education Authority, or not so provided, as the case may be, is better suited to meet the wants of the district than the school proposed to be provided, and any School built in contravention of the decision of the Board of Education on such appeal shall be treated as Unnecessary. Center#* The Neyland Steam Trawling & Fish- ing Co. Ltd. THE above Company invite Tenders from -L Contractors for work in connection with their MILTON TO BARNLAKE WATER SCHEME. The work, particulars of which may be had from the secretary, will include a pipe line of about li miles. 4 The Company do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. Sealed Tenders to be sent to the Secretary, at the Company's office, Neyland, on or before ten o'clock on the morning of Monday, February 3rd, 1908, marked "Tender for Laying Pipes." FRED. HITCHINGS, Secretary. The Neyland Steam Trawling and Fishing Co. Ltd. TENDERS are invited for the ERECTION of an ICE FACTORY at Barnlake Point, near Neyland. Plans and specifications may be seen on and after 22nd January, at the Offices of the Architect—Mr. E. GLOVER THOMAS, Frog- more, Tenby. Sealed tenders to be sent in on or before ten o'clock on the morning of Monday, February 3rd, 1908, marked "Tender for Ice Factory," and addressed to- The Secretary, Neyland Steam Trawling and Fishing Co., Neyland. The Company do not bind themselves to a} the lowest or any Tender. FRED. HITCHINGS, Secretary. -=: Tp BiiiJ<f$rs and Contractors. PERSONS desiring of Tendering for the erection of a new Farm Houss at Tr?" hale, in the Parish of St. Edrins, are reques- ted to send in their names to T. E. Thomas, Trehale. Arrangements will be made for the J J J' contractors to nave tne plans for two days. Application to be made at once. L.e lowest Or any tsrirler is not fteeeesariiy accepted. 2fe7 1_ Xeoal. GEORGE LEWIS, Deceased. PURSUANT to the Statute 22 and 23 Vict c. 35. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all credi- A-l tors and other persons having any debts, claims, or demands against the estate of George Lewis, late of Neyland, in the County of Pem- broke, gentleman (who died on the 27th day of May. 1907, and whose will was proved by James Harries, and Thomas William Rowland, both of Neyland, aforesaid the Executors there- in named in the Principal Registry of the Pro- bate Division of His Majesty's High Court of Justice on the 20th day of January, 1908), are hereby required to send particulars in writing of their debts, claims or demands to us, the undersigned, as Solicitors to the said Executors on or before the 11th day of February, 1908, af- ter which day the said Executors will propeed to distribute the assets of the said Testator among the parties entitled thereto, having re- gard only to the debts, claims, and demands, of which they shall then have had notice. AND THAT they will not be liable for the assets or any part thereof so distributed to any person or persons of whose debt claim or demand they shall not then have had notice. Dated this 28th day of January, 1908, PRICE AND SON, Solicitors to the said Executors. Ija31. announcements. The Ninth Annual PLOUGHING MATCH Of the Puncheston district will be held AT CASTLEBYTHE On Wednesday, Feb. 12th, 1908. (Weather permitting, otherwise en the first open Wednesday), When good prizes, including two Silver Cups, will be given to successful competitors. For full particulars see bills, which may be had on application to the hon. sees.—J. S. EVANS, Ty- canol Stores, Pontfaen, or W. L. WILLIAMS, Longhook, Letterston. 2ja31 farnis anfc Ibouses XCo let. TO LET, Freemasons Arm?,' Dinas. Apply. Swansea Old Brewery and Daviea (Cardi- gan) Bonded Stores, Ltd. Cardigan. se20 TO LET, Market Tavern, Pembroke "Hock.— Apply to Swansea United Breweries, Ltd., Swansea. 3feb7 P.P.B. BUILDING SOCIETY, PEMBROKE DOCK. THE following house to be let or sold -.—House and Shop, 22, Laws Street North, Pembroke Dock. Further particulars to be obtained from the Secretary, Bui'ding Society. Office, Pem- broke Dock. oc4- KILN PARK, Narberth. TO LET, with immediate possession, the de- sirable residence, called KILN PARK, sit- uate within three minutes walk of Narberth Railway Station, and within five minutes of the town, comprising Ground Floor Dining Room, Drawing Room, Morning Room, Kitchen, China Pantry, Scullery, etc: First Floor.-5 Bedrooms, Bathroom, H and C, W.C., Hot Closet. Second Floor.-2 Bedrooms and Boxroom. There is a large walled garden studded with fruit trees. The outbuildings comprise Outer Kitchen, Coach Houses and Saddle Room, Extensive Stables with Loft over, Cowhouse, and other usual out offices. An installation of Acetelyne Gas has been laid on. A small paddock of about one acre is avail- able. For further particulars and orders to view, apply, LEWIS AND JAMES, de26— Solicitors, Narberth. CHEAP PREPAID ADVER- TISEMENTS. Our Prepaid Scale. I ONE THREE BIX Insertion. Inserts. Inserts. 28 words or under. 1,3. Od. 2s. Od. 3s. 6d. 35 „ Is. 3d. 2s. 7d. 48. 7d. 4-2" „ Is. 6d. os. Od. fa. 3d. And so on at the rate of 3d. per Bevea words on the First Insertion, awi Half-price subse- quent consecutive insertions. These charges apply only to the following classes of advertisements if prepaid:—Situa tions Vacant or Wanted, To be Let, Apart ments Wanted and To Let, Houses and other Premises to be Let, Specific Articles for Sale, Articles, Dogs, ^Sheep, etc., Lost and Found, and all Miscellaneous Wants. Unless paid for in advance the credit rate of double ths above will be charged. ,{Klnntf: \X^"ANTED, an Ap -r niice for the Shoeing and r Smith Maintenance provided.— Apply» J- Williams, 1 onii igo Forge, Goodwick. de13- WANTED two Apprentices to ship and general V V smith. App y to W. H. Jones, The Quay, Milford Haven. ja31 ^ANIED General Servant. Good wages.— Apply 12 Picton Place,- Haverfordwest. 3feb7 \\TANTED Capable Dairymaid.—Apply Mrs. Johns, Manorowen, Fishguard. 3fe7 WANTED good cook general, clean and tidy good wages; family 2.—Apply Prospect House, Prospect l'lace, j ernbroko Dock. 3feb7 WANTED, Strong willing Girl, age 15 to 17, to help in Farm ltouse.-Oflices, County Guardiant" Haverfordwest. Ija31 WANTED, a Reliable Girl to look after Children and assist in Mouse worK if required.—Mrs Fred Rogers, Grocer, Pembroke Dock. 3fal4 WANTED, a Groom, age about 40 a married man, light weight, good rider; must be 'V man, light weight, good rider; must be thoroughly reliable; abstainer preferred; house found. Apply, stating I required, &c., Col. W. B. Williams, iiaioUisw.n, Broad Haven. 2fe7 tXTANTED Cook-general. Mrs. Buckridge, » V (Jastlemartin Vicarage. Pembroke. Ija31 WANTED, Good General for small family— Address, Mrs. tjibson, Hospital House, Pembroke Dock. Ija31 WANTED, good active General Servant about 17. Mrs birnson, c olenzo, Pembroke. 3feb7 ANTE L) steady reliable young man as second VV herdsman, cuttagH and iiJj- a weeK —Apply C. Morgau-Richarcii-on, \iorgenau, Rhos la ill. 2ja31 Jfor Sale. FOR SALE. HANDY KETCH; sails without ballast; well found. Carries 85 tons on 8ft. Apply, Ketch, Guardian Oftice, Haverfordwest. 3febl4 dDlscellaneout% QTRAYED to Llether farm, I envcwm, a Sow. ks, If not claimed within 7 days will be so:d to defray expenses. Jja.24


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