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Hnuounccmcnts. BLAENLLYN. AN EISTEDDFOD Will be held at the above Chapel on WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 5, 1909 CHIEF CHORAL, from SO to 30 voices. Prize <E1 10s. "Dyddiau dyn sydd fel Glaswelltyu." (Tom Davies, Ebbw Vale). MALE VOICE, not under 16 voices, "Mi wc::if mewn adsof" (Parry). Prize, &1. Adjudicator.—MR. EVAN JONES, L.T.S.C.. Ha \'edorl J. fest. Prc-iflammes are nov.' ready, and may be r),- taine.ä from the Secretary, J. LLOYD. Rehobcih. Mathry, Letterston, S.O. IpubUc Notices. PembrokeshirB County Council. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN in accordance with the provisions of Secton 8 (1) and (3)"of the Education Act, 1902, that the Coun.y Council of Pembrokeshire, being the Lo.?a! Education Authority for the purposes of Pirt III. of that Act, propose to accept a transfer to them, under the provisions of the EeLenic-tit- ary Education Act, 1870, of the. LLYSYFRAN BRITISH SCHOOL situated at Gwastad. in the Parish of Llysyfran. The School wiU- be available for the following area:—So much of the area of the Local Education Authority a3 is within three miles by the nearest road of the aforesaid School. WM. DAVIES, GEORGE, Clerk to the Local Edueatkn Authority. Dated 21st December, 1903. 3-de25. ja29, fe23. Pembrokeshire Education Authority. LLANDELOY COUNCIL SCHOOL. A N experienced Woman U. Teacher, Wels-i ?TL speaking, is required to take charge of the above-named School. Salary according to scale, £40-£55. Application Forms may be ob- tained from Mr. H. E. H. James, County Education Onices, 9, Quay Street, Haverford- west. 2jal SHIRE STALLIONS FORTsALE "tj?OR SALE.—Shir? StaHion "PENYFAI -I' CONQUEROR," 21740, Sire Vulcan VII. 14400, by "Vulcan," 4145. Dam 41666 "Penyfai Diamond," by "Rosario," 13523. He is a half brother to the famous Shire Mare 2128 "A'I?tone Rose," the London Cham- pion 1901 and 1902. Bay, six years, 16-2 hands, with big bons. He has travelled the county four years in succession with great success as a stock getter, and is sold only for the 'purpose of getting new blood. -]jT?OR SALE.—Shire StaUion "ROBUST," Jt' 25583, 4 years. Sire "Vanderbilt," 21993, bv "NaiIstone-Cour-De-Lion," 16529 tharcld 3703 strain). Dam 54518 "Lofty," by "Mun- chausen," 6190 A thick middled horse, best of legs and feet, good sloping pasterns, and a great c,;Iii .stitution. A gentle Horse and a willing server, and stocks ms mares first service. Is sold for no fault, only to make room for fresh blood to be introduced into tne ttistriet. For further particulars or to view, apply to Mr. J D Key. Tynywern. Stud Farm, Pont- "hem-y Road. near LlaneUy; or to John Frances, Secretary, Carmarthenshire Stud Co., Ltd., Caimartheu. 3j 11 BusincsB Bbbresses. fOR PRIVATE CASH ADVANCES *EPLY TO ALBERT E. GASH At his private house, 30, ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE SWANSEA. Mr. Gash is prepared to advance to respect- able perpons loans from CIO to any amount, open their own Note of Hand, without Sureties or Bill of Sale. INTENDING BORROWERS in applying to Mr. Gaah have the satisfaction of knowing with whom they are dealing, for Mr. Gash <-mdea under his own name, and not under an Msumed name, neither does he trade as a "Company," or so-called "Bank." Please Note Address: 30, ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE, SWANSEA. 13-jyEl ST. D_A. VIDS- j Air GROVE HOTEL, | Situated in its own Grounds j Good Stabling Accommodation for 60 Horses. Motor Garage and Pit. Good I centre for Shooting and Fishing (Trout). About 3,000 acres of Shooting Ground i Wines, Spirits and Ales of the Best Quality. BEST HOUSE FOR ICOMMFRCIALS. Rogers' Celebrated Ales in 4, 9 and 18 gals, casks. j HARVEST BEER of the best quality kept. FIRST CLASS CUISINE.—Further particulars, apply, PROPRIETOR, I R. B75RKWWV DO YOU "\VAT" ANYTHING? 'THE "PEMBROKE COUMY GUAItDIAl"" is the BEST Paper for All "WANTS" Advertisementa. 'because it is guaranteed to have the LARGEST CIRCULATION. ]Sbucational. St. David's County School Chairman: THE VERY REV. THE DEAN OF ST. DAVID'S. Vice-Chairman: J. HOWARD GRIFFITHS, Esq. 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. Andrew's), Cambridge Teacher's Dip- loma. Assistant Mistress: MISS MAY JOHN, B.A. (London). TUITION FBES.—S4 per annum, or .El 6a. 8d. per term; two (brothers or sisters). ,E7 per an- num. or £2 6s. 8d. per term; three (brothers or sisters), RIO per annum, of <&5 6s. 8d. per term. 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 Science and Art Examina- tions. Pupils taking music \1'ill be charged an extra fee. For terms and further particulars, Prospec- tus, etc., apply to the Headmaster, or to MR. W. D. WILLIAMS, Clerk. Gwalia, St. David's. Taskers High School for Girls. HAVERFORDWEST. Headmistress: Miss M. E. Jones, B.A., Wales. (Assisted by highly qualified mistresses). FEES £1 6s. 8d. per term. Special Subjects: Greek, German, and Painting. 15s. per term. Headmistress at home to parents on Monday and Tuesday afternoons. County Pupils are only allowed* to board at hou&es approved by the Governing Body, of which a list can be obtained (with any other information desired relative to school arrange. ments), either from the Headmistress, or from Mr. J. W. Phillips, solicitor, Tower Hill, clerk to the Governors. University College of Wales, Aberystwyth. (One of the Constituent Colleges of the Uni- versity of Wales). President-THE RIGHT H'ON. LORD RENDEL I Principal.—T. F. ROBERTS, M.A. (Oxon); LL.D., (Viet.) Students are prepared for degrees in Arts, Science (including the applied Science of Agriculture), Law and Music. Sess- ional Composition Fee, £10, with additional Laboratory Fees for Science Students. Regis- tration Fee, iEl. Men students reside in regis- tered lodgings in the town, or at the Men's hostel. Warden: Professor J. W. Marshall, M.A. Women Students reside in the Alexandra <IalI of Residence for Women. Warden, Miss R. A. Fewings. For full particulars respecting he general Arts and Science Departments, the Law, Agriculture, and Day Training Depart- ments, the Department for the Training of Secondary Teachers, and the Hostels, apply tc J. H. DAVIES, M.A., Registrar. 21au26. r- THE LEADING TALtCMC MACHINE House in WEST WALES. Large stock of all the best and latest makes in DISC CYLINDER & RECORDS. Accessories of a!I kinds. Gramaphone and Phonograph repairs of any descripton executed on the premises, County orders attended to immediacy. CATALOGUES POST FREE. e¡;MBRIN PHONo. CO., 18, ALEXANDRA ARCADE. SWANSEA. 4jal5. MORE SUCCESSES FOR M08ELS AMMUNtTtON Following the remarkable testimonial of the CANADIAN CLAY BIRD SHOOTING TEAM, as to the superiority of Nobel's "BALLISTITE" and "EMPIRE" at the Olympic Shooting Con- tests, another success is recorded at Llanaith, Cardiganshire, in the Clay Shooting Competition by Mr. Mansel Davies, of Llanfyrnach, who writes as follows:— am pleased to let you. know that lagaiit Tfo?t F;l'at P1.ize at Llanorih, Cflrd;ua1udâre, Irist (27th inst), /w a Cla,y Shootii?.g CoM- petitwn, i6siizg yom' ],IPIPtE powder in both barrels. (Signed) MANSEL DAVIES. SPORTING BALLISITE AND EMPIRE MAY BE HAD THBOUH ALL GUNMAKERS AND AMMUNITION DEALERS. MOBEL S EXPLOStVES CO., LTO. Kingsway House,Kingsway,London,WC 21au-13. Flannelette. If purchasers of this useful i7aterial for underwear all the year round would buy the best Ellglish make, which can be C&- tained from all teading, Drapers, they would az,oid the risk.r they undoubtedly run .¡¡¡z the inferior qualities of .Flann(jette. 7ff Horrockses Flannelettes (mad" by flu: manufacfurus of the celebratel Lonclothr, Twz'lls and ARE THE BEST. HOMOCKSES" sfamped 0" every 5 J'arás. PERFECTION OF SCOTCH WHISKY. PALMER'3 EXTRA SPECIAL LIQUEUR. All Pure lJfalt-Guaranteed 15 YEARS OLD. PER 47- HOT. GEORGE PALMER & SON Whisky Merchants, Haverfordwest. BARGAINS! BARGAINS! Great Clearance Sale now proceeding at EvAN DAViES's, London House, Letter- ston, for 21 days only. As I am leaving the district all my stock is reduced regardless to cost. I shall shortly be opening new Premises at West Street, Fisbguard particulars of which will appear in this paper later. Can you afford to let business go ? IF NOT, THEN You cannot afford not to advertise. But you must advertise in the largest number of possible the medium that will bring customers. It is this test t) your announcement before which has made 'THE PEMBROKE COUNTY COAROAN' So popular with business people. Look at our pages and — JUDGE FOR YOURSELF — We have hundreds of up-to-date and exclusive designs for smart advertisements which you can select from. 1 '==-==: A Poc:t Card will secure a visit from our Representative. HEAD OFF)CE Old Bridge, Haverfordwest. ( x x 4 z I W!LL)AM JAMES, SHOP-YBOBL, MAIN ST. & VICTORIA HOUiE, MARKET SQUARE, I Pishguard. I ?. PERSONAL ATTEMT!OM. ?. PERSONAL ATTEMT!OM. <- WtNTER GOODS. M ANY businesses are made to go like machinery smootMy but mechanicaUy. "0 Our business is constructed with individuality. We give personal attention, and study the requirements of each customer not expecting the shoppers' wants to &t in with the popular taste. I ø ?* -:0:- ? ø What our customers require we are pleased to supply. That is the secret of the success of our drapery business. The best quality at the cheapest price is a feature of all we sell. We have the new- est, latest goods, but we please our customers by giving them what they ask for. .t T ? .'?. -:0: WILLIAM JAMES, SHOP-Y-BOBL, MARKET SQUARE, FiSHGUAR D. r I z THE SWANSEA MERCANTILE BANK Limited, o? 18, PARK STREET. SWA¿.VSEA, MAKE CASH ADVANCES DAILY FROM A:5 to .S600 To FARMERS and all ''&ssea of reapect&bte householdeTS, npoD their own Note of Hand and other kinda of aecuNties. ALL TRANSACTIONS STRICTLY PRIVATE. Apply to H. B. JONES, Manager, Or W. D. PHILLIPS. Auctioned:, Haverfordwest, I cal RepresentatiTe. Personal attendance e\tTy Wednesday after- noon, and at other time!" by special appoint- } ment at Victoria Road, ol losite the Dock gatea, Milford Haven. ? WHY Do the crowd always go to M U N T S in greater numbers each succeeding YEAR? BECAUSE They can always rely on getting RELIABLE ARTI- CLES at- the RIGHT PRICE, Knowing that a present with B.H.M/s weH-known name /dds considerably to its value by the recipient. X-MAS SHOW ,NOW ON., BtSLEY H. MUNT, OPTICIAN. SILVERSMITH and JEWELLER, HAVERFORDWEST AND MTLFORD HAVEN I A TE 31 P T I N G 0 FF E B. r¡ A NEW P 0 P U L A R I' 8-10 h.p. two Cylinder .D.ARR.ACQ., Fitted with high-tension magnets ig-nition; of Darrack qualify throughout. One of the best and cheapest little runabouts on the 1909 Market. St75. A few 1908 Models left at greatly reduced prices. For Sale a 10-12 h.p Tony Huber; 4-seater, in grand order—&16& Trial run any time Ha/ve your tyre repaired now, we vulcanize outer Covers and Tubes. POWERFUL HEADLIGHTS FROM j63. AGENT-ROBET E. WHITE, THE GARAGE, MILFORD HAVEN å.. OWEN-WILLIAMS, ERC:a:ANT ST. DAVIDS AND SOLVA, BEGS to inform the Public that he has GOULDtNGS SUPERPHOSPHATE, BURNARD and ALGER S Do. IN STOCK. A!so a targe consignment of Seeds just arrived. CORN OF THE BEST QUALITY. ¡ PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION W PHILLIPS NORTH BREWERY STREET, DOCK- PRICE LIST OF COAL. Present Pi-iceq, aid mutil Furthep Notùe: t I BEST LYDNEY LARGE COAL per tomdelivered, &I 4s. ? Ditto, 5 cwt. 'Lota in B&gs, 63 3d. To suit weekly Customers, Waggons go roond with Bags, and deHver 1 cwt. for 1& 4d. t ANTIIRICITE COA L, per ton Pl 2s. Ditto, 5 cwt. Lots in Bags, 6s. Ditto, 1 cwt. Lots in Bags. Is 4d. ROUGH CULM, per ton delivered, 13s 6d. FINE ditto, per ton delivered, 12a. CULM, mixed ready fjr use, 13s 6d. Ditto, 5 cwt. Lots, 3s 9d. Ditto, 1 cwt. Lotb. tOd. no2t—M JAMES WEMYSS, R.P.C. (Registered Pimnbers Company), West Street, Fishguard, PLUMBER, HOT WATER & SANITARY ENGINEER. Sheet le&d cut to size. Galvanised Iron Fittings and Pipes T.lw&y!< in stock. Estimates Free. Your patronage solicited. NOTE ADDRESS:— WEST STREET, FISMGUARD. This Space is Reseived for W. McKENZlE, HAVERFORDWEST. I PIRROFOATE & TElk,*IRUSEI VICTORIA PLACE. L.. HAVERFORDWEST. R. THOMAS & OEBEMHAM, Grocers, Bakers, & Newsagents, tUAVE a choice selection of Sample Boobs of Private Christmas Cards, which may be had for home Inspection. Cards nnusuatty attractive. Pric,u. ;,rom 2s. per dozen. PAPERS DELIVERED DAILY. Address— POST OFFICE, NORTH ROAD, MILFORD HAVEN. ? X-MAS SHOW. Selection of Choice Silver-mount- ed'W alking Sricks at lowest Prices. A Choice and First-class Variety of Cigar and Cigarettee Cases, from 6d upwards. Stiver & Electro Plated Vestas In all the Newest Designs. SIDNEY D. PUCH, HAIRDRESSER, WHOLESALE AND REIAtL TOBACCONIST, (Next to Post Office), HIGH STREET. HAVERFORDWEST Now Ready. Best on Record. I I I D4.4N lJA VIftS, AUCTIONEER AND VALUER. Sales conducted and Y&lMttione made on the best possible term& OFFICES :— ORIELTON TERRACE, PEMBROKE