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Recognised Advertising Medium for Parliamentary, Government, Bank, CompaMi, Official, County, Legal & Auction Announcements. [KftofStSit »hN.w".ptp«. SALES BY AUCTION. LIST OF SALES EVANS Ie RofdH, Auctioneers. November 27, BRIDGE STRBST, HAVER- FORDWEST.—Household Furniture and Miscellaneous Effects, property of Mr. Mar- tin Phillips, who is removing his business to Prendergast Hill. November 28 TEMPERANCE HALL, HAV- ERFORDWEST.—Freehold Houses situate Barn Street, Church Lane, and Dew Street. Auctioneers' Offices: Milford Haven and Haverfordwest. SALE TO-MORROW. BRIDGE STREET, HAVERFORDWEST. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &o- EVANS & ROACH ARE instructed by Mr. Martin Phillips (who is removing his business to Prendergast Hill), to Sell by Public Auction at the CYCLE SHOP, BRIDGE STREET, Haverfordwest. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27th, 1919, HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE Settee in Crimson Plush, Walnut Writ- ing Desk, Welsh Oak Bureau, Mahogany Dining Table, Rosewood do.. Grandfather Clock, English S-day Clock, both in going order; Chest of Drawers, Old Oak Chest of Drawers, Grandfather Clockcase, Table 4ft. by 3ft. 6in., Iron Bedstead, Writing Case, Revolving. Post Card Show Stand, large Fireguard, Chairs. Tables, several Fenders, Painting Eisel, Oil Heating Stove, Tea Trays, Meat Dishes, Cup- board, Wood and Tin Trunks, Ping Pong Table and Playing Set complete, Filter, large Perambu- lator, Folding do., China and Glass Ware, 2 Baths, Zinc Pan, Books, Hat Pegs, etc. Miscellaneous Effects including Pitch Pine, Oak and Ash Timber, Saddle Stand, R.W. Gutters, 2 Stow Combustion Stoves. several Gas Heating Stoves, 2 Lawn Mowers, New Force Pump, Avery Scales and Weights. Steps, Pannelled Door, Chain, new Galvanised Wire, Water Pump, Motor Tyre Pump. 200 Gallon Tank, 2 smaU Galvanized Tanks, Wheelbarrow, Cash Till, Ri-lgwty Grass Clipper, Enamel Mugs. W.C. Pan, Spoke Tapping Machine and numerous other lote. Sale to commence at 1.30 P.M. Terms-Casb. 478b q Inc MILFORD DOCKS. EVANS & ROACH ARE instructed by Messrs W. H. East and J. Green (who are dissolving partnership). toSeH by Public Auction at MILFORD DOCKS, FRI- DAY NOVEMBER 28th, 1919, Fish Boxes, Market Utensils, Office Furniture, 2 Iron Safes, Stationery. Office Ticobar-framed Corrugated Iron Roof, also Corrugated Iron Box Shelters, &c. Further particulars on posters. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock noon. 476b. < j HAVERFORDWEST. i Sale of -Freehold Dwelling Houses andLioensed j Premises, all in the Town of Haverfordweat. EVANS & ROACH ARE instructed to offer for Sale by Public A Auction at the TEMPERANCE HALL, Haverfordwest, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1919, j at 3 p.m.. the following FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSES, LICENSED PREMISES & ACCOM- MODATION LAND. Lot 1— Dwelling Houee and Shop, No. 68, Barn Street, Haverfordwest, in the occupation of Mr. H. G. Owen at an annual rent of £14, together with Stable and Sheds in the occupation of Mr. Morgans and Mr. Lewis at yearly rents of £2 10a. Od. and £ 4 48. Od. respectively. Lot 2.—Dwelling House and Premises, No. <0, Barn Street, in the occupatiou of Mr. J. Llewellyn at a yearly rent of 99. Lot 3>—Dwelling House and Premises, No. 72, xBaru Street, occupied by Mrs. S. A. Jenkins at au annual rent of £ 9. Lot 4 —The Licensed Premises known as the "FOUR IN HAND," together with Yard, Stables and other Buildings, now held on Lease hy Mr. James Williams for an unexpired term of 17 years trom March last at an annual rent of £12. Lot 5.—Dwelling House and Premises, No. <6, Barn Street, occupied by Mr. H. E. Rogers at a rent of X10 8s. per auuum. Lot 6.—Dwelling House and Premises, No. 78, Barn Street., in the occupation of Miss Jones at the yearly rent of ElO 8s. OJ. Lot 7.—Dwelling House, No. 1. Church Lane, late in the occupation of Mrs. Lucas at a yearly rent of £10. Vacant possession can be given of this lot. ° Lot 8.-Dwemng House, No. 3, Church Lane occupied by Mrs. E. Davies at a yearly rent of £9 6s. 0d. Lot 9.—Dwelling House, No. 5, Church Lane, in the bccupation of Mr. J. Wood at a yearly rent of X10 8s. Od. Lot lo.-Field in Sc%srrowso-Ant Lane, containing about 2 acres 4 perches of Rich Pasture Land, in tue occupation of Mr. H. J. E. Price at a yearly aut of tS. e Lot 11.—Two Fields, North side of Rutber Lane, containing about 2 acres 1 rood 18 perches of very productive Pasture Land, occupied by the Execu- tors of the late Mr. J. H. Bishop at a rental of ;ElO lbi. (Id. per annum. Further particulars may be obtained ci the Auctioneers, Milford Haven or of MR. J. W. PHILLIPS, 479b J. Solicitor, Haverfordwest. SALES BY AUCTION. 6. R. By Order of the Disposal Board of the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries, acting through the Carmarthenshire Agricultural Executive Committee. CATTLE MARKET, CARMARTHEN. MR. T. BEVAN ARTHUR HAS been instructed to offer for Sale by Public Auction on SATURDAY, the 29th of NOVEMBER, 1919, the following Valuable TRACTORS, MACHINERY, and IMPLEMENTS, together with a quantity of SPARE PARTS to fit various makes o f > TRACTOR PLOUGHS. 2 Fordson Tractors, 20 h. p. 2 Oliver No. 7 Double-furrow Self-lift Tractor Ploughs. 4 Deering Binders by International Harvester Company. 3 McCormick Binders by International liar- j vester Company. 4 Climax Binders by Walter A. Wood. 1 Manure Distributor by Dl. Long. 2 Mowers with Reaping Attachments by J. B. Edlington. 2 Potato Sprayers. Machinery and Implements will be on view the morning of the Sale. Sale to commence at 1.30 p.m. Terms Cash. .1 AGRICULTURE OFFICER. 7, King Street, Carmarthen. 504b I SALES BY AUCTION. HAVERFORDWEST. SALE OF FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSES. EVANS & ROACH ARE instructed to offer for Sale by Public Auction at the TEMPERANCE HALL, HAVERFORDWEST. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28th, 1919, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSES: Lot 1.—Dwelling House and Garden, 12 Upper Market Street, containing 8 rooms, occupied by Mr. E. Lowe. Yearly rent, £ 20. Lot 2 —Dwelling House, Sbop and Garden, 14 Upper Market Street, containiug Shop. together with 8 other rooms, occupied by Miss Page. Yearly rent, £ 16. Lot 3.—Dwelling House and Premises, 18 Upper Market Street. containing 9 rooms, occupied by Mr D. Phillips. Yearly rent,.t20. Lot 4.—Dwelling House and Premises, 20 Upper Market Street, containing 9 rooms, occupied by Mrs E. John. Yearly rent, £16. Lot 5 —Dwelling House, 2 Church Lane, occu- pied by Mr T. Evans. Rent, 4s. per week. Lot 6.—Dwelling House, 4 Church Lane, occu- pied by Mr Alfred Thomas, at the weekly rent of ge. 9a. Lot 7.—Dwelling House, 6 Church Lane, occu- pied by Mies Tasker at the weekly rent of 4s. Lots 5, 6 and 7 will be:pqt up in one Lot, and if not sold will then be offered separately. Lot S.-I)welliog House, 64 Dew Street, now vacant. Lot 9.—Dwelling House, 66 Dew Street, occupied by Mr Collins. Rent, 8s. per week. Rates on above Properties are paid by Vendors. Further particulars may be obtained of the Auctioneers, Milford Haven or of Messrs. Eaton- Evans tt Williams, Solicitors, Haverfordwest. 477b CLARBESTON ROAD. Unreserved Sale of Surplus Stock, including very choice Milch Cows, Young Cattle, Horses, Sheep, Pigs, Harness, Traps, Ac. BASIL, JONES I HAS been instructed by Messrs. B. W. Reid, T. n J. Harries and others, to Sell by Auction at the above place on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28th, 1919, the following LIVE STOCK and other effects, comprising: 9 choice young Cross-bred Milch Cows (4 of which are expected to calve before day of Sale), 5 well-bred local f Heifers, 6 two-vear-old Steers, Bay Cart Mare, 7 years old, about 15.1, stinted to Carmarthenshire Horse; Cart Mare, 3 years old, about 14.3, stinted to Corner Horse; Chestnut Cob 4 years old, about 14.1, ail of which are guaranteed good workers; 2 Cart Sucklings, Colt by Royal Glen, Filly by Ratbby King of the Wolds, 7 young Shropshire Breeding Ewes, 1 Yearling Kerry Hill Ram, 10 good Bacon Pigs, Pedigree large Yorkshire Boar, 5 months old, bred by Sir Gilbert Greenhal], MISCELLANEOUS. Raiti Dogcart with Cushions snd Lamps com- plete (equal to new), 2 stylish Rubber-tyred Gover- ness Cars, Rubber-tyred Ralli Car, uew Sheep Rack, Two-horse Chaffing Gear, Butter Worker, 2 Sets full size Trap Harness, 2 Sets Cob size ditto, Set Pony size Cart Harness, numerous lfcts of Ironmongery and Sbop goods, including Rabbit Traps, Hay Forks, Tin Jugs, Cans, about 6 dozen Pint Enamel Mugs, and othr useful articles. Sale tp commence at 1 olcjdok punctually. Credit on Conditions. Old Bridge, Haverfordwest, November 18th, 1919. 490b PARISH OF WISTON. Cler-out Sale of Cattle, Horses. Sheep, Piga, Hay Implements, etc. BASIL JONES HAS been instructed by Mr Charles Lewis, who His leaving the Farm, to Sell by Auction at LITTLE HARES HEAD, On WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER the 3rd, 11)19, the whole of the following LIVE STOCK and other effects, comprising:— 5 obotce youug Milch Cows (one expected to calve before day of Sale and the others recently calved), 2 very promising Incalf Heifers, 5 two- year-old Steers and Heifers, 4 Yearling do., 4 strong Calves, 1 Bay Cart Mare, "Bell," 5 yearc old, 1 Cart Horse (both good workers); Yearling Gelding, Sackling Filly, 17 young Breeding Ewes, Yearling Ram, 2 good Bacou Pigs. IMPLEMENTS, &c. Threshing Machine in good working order, Horse Gear, Winnowing Machine, Reaper and Biuder by Milwaukee, Mowing Machine by McCormick, do. bv Hornsby. Horse Rake, Cast Iron Roller, Chisel- tooth Barrow, Set 3-part Harrows, jHornsby Plough, Double Tom, Tumbril Cart and Tripples, Spring Cart, Wheelbarrow, Malt Mill, Cbaffoutter, Cart Harness, Leading do., 3 Sets Plough do.. Set Trap do., Churn by Llewellin, 4 Lead Milk Pans and Framee, Milking Tub. and numerous other Lots not mentioned, together with 2 Ricks (about 30 Tone) of good quality Hay in first-class ccn- dition. Sale to commence at One*o'clock punctually. Credit on Conditions. Old Bridge, Haverfordwest, Nov. 15tb,v1919. PEMBROKESHIRE. j Sale of Freehold and Leasehold Dwelling Honses, situated in Rutber Lane, Haverfordwest, and Little Haven. BASIL JONES HAS been instructed to offer for S?te bv Auction Hat the MARINERS' HOTEL, Haverford- west. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1919, at 7 o'clock in the evening, the following FREEHOLD & LEASEHOLD PROPERTY: Lot 1.—Snbatantially-built Dwelline Honse, 86 Portfield (containing on the Ground Floor, Dining Room and Kitchen on the first floor, 3 bedrooms), together with a large Garden. 3-stall Stable, large Shed, suitable for Garage, adjoining which are walls for another Shed. Pigs' Cot. and usual out- houses. These premises are held under Lease for an unexpired term of 36 years at the low ground rent of £ 5 5s per annum (income t'x repayable). Lot 2 Freehold Dwelling House in Little Haven, situated on The Square, now vacant, con- taining on tbo Ground Floor, iatpe Dining Room Kitchen and Bakehouse; on the lft floor, 3 Bed- rooms, on the 2nd floor. ditto. The out-houses consist of W.C., Coal House and Store Room, with entrance from the back. Vacant possession of Lots 1 and 2 can be given on completion of purchase. „ Lot 3.-Freebold Cottage, 27, Ruther Lape, con- tainingjParlonr and Kitchen on the Ground Floor, and 2 Bedrooms on the let floor, together with u..illgl out-housgB and large Garden, let on a weekly tenaucv to Mr James Harries. Lot 4.-Freebold Cottage and Garden, No. 31 Ru'ber Lane. wUh same accommodation as Lot 3, let to Miss MaryBowen as weekly tenant. Lot 5.-Freebold Cottage and Garden, 35 Ruther r. SALES BY AUCTION. Lane, with accommodation as above, Jet to Mr Powell as weekly tenant. Lot 6.-Froeliold Cottage and Garden, 43 Ruther Lane, with similar accommodation, let to Mr Hart as weekly tenant. All the above bouses and cottages are in good repair. The roofs of the cottages being dry tiled, they can easily be removed without being damaged, so that the bouses may be raised if desired. As to Lot 6, this Cottage has qdftsT recently been renovated, a new Staircase having been erected in the passage and tbe yard cemented, while a new Inspection Chamber has been put therein. Lot 2, being very oouvenieotly situated in the rising seaside resort of Little Haven, should provo a very profitable investment. For farther particulars apply to the Auctioneer. or to Messrs. WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS. Soiictors, Havarfordw«»i. Old Bridge, Haverfordwest, Nov. 14th, 1919. 491b f ST. DAVIDS. IMPORTANT SALE OF SIX FREEHOLD COTTAGES AND GARDENS. ,• MR. L. BEES OWEN 1 AS been instructed to offer for Stile by JLJL Auction at the PROSPECT HOTELS j ST. „ DAVIDS on Wednesday, Dec. 3rd, rn19, subject to conditions then and there produced, all those SIX FREEHOLD COTTAGES and GARDENS oalled EMLYCH j ROW, situate in Oakley Street; St. Davids, now Let to Good Tenants. For further particutars apply to the Auc- tioneer, St. Davids. 420b 1 v PUBLIC NOTICES. j NEYLAND URBAN DISTRICT. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, in accordance with provisions of the Profit- eering Act, 1919, and the Regulations \of the Board of Trade made hereunder, a Joint Local Committee have been appointed wiM power to investigate any complaints as to nnrear sonable profits having been made or sought by the seller on Retail SaJe, or offer for nJé M certain classes of articles. The classes to which the Act h.%s at present j been applied are:— 1. All articles of wearing apparel. 2. All Household Utensils and Requisites. 3. All Articles for Mending and Knittings 4. All Articles of Furniture (excluding Antique Furniture). 6. Fruits and Vegetables (Fresh and Pre- served), Fish (Fresh and Cured), Canned Meat, Cakes, Confectionery, Spices, Coffee, Sauces, Pickles, Ready Cooked or Prepared Food, etc., etc. All complaints must be in writing, and must reach the undersigned wthiin four days of the sale or transaction which is the subject of the complaint. FREDERICK W. REEVES, Clerk, 49, Kensington Road, Neyland, Pern. November 18th, 1919. 497b 1 MONEY. THE SWANSEA MERCANTILE COMPANY, Limited, Of 18, PARK STREET, SWANSEA. MAKE CASH ADVANCES DAILY FROM JCS to T 0 FARMERS and ALL CLASSES of respectable Householders upon their own Note of Hand and other kinds of securi- ties. ALL TRANSACTIONS STRICTLY PRIVATE. Apply to— H. B. JONES, Manager, or W. D. PHILLIPS, Auctioneer, Haverfordwest, Local Representative. 'Advances on Freehold and Leasehold Secu- rities of sums of E200 and upwards at 4-1 and 5 per cent. per annum. THE TAUMTOM BUILDING SOCIETY Head Offices: v 3, HAMMET STREET, TAUNTON. Secretary: Mr. R. A. Goodman. ￼ UMS OF MONEY are ready to be ad- vanced on security of any description of REAL PROPERTY, HOUSES or LAND on the most equitable terms. The principal and interest repayable by monthly instalments. DEPOSITS RECEIVED AT INTEREST, 4 per cent. per annum. Interest paid half- yeaxly free of Income Tax. FULLY PAID-UP SHARES^ £ 60 each. ln- terest 4 £ per cent. per annufn, payable half- yearly free of Income Tax. Prospectuses, or any further particulars, 1 may be obtained on application to the Secretary, as above, or to MR. JOHN H. DAY, 128, Robert Street, Milford Haven, 3094 "Agent for the Society. HAVERFORDWEST FAIRa. rr HE FAIRS for 1919 will be held as fol- lows. unless unforseen circumstances shall make an alteration necessary: DECEMBER (Tuesday) Sth- THE PIG FAIRS. Will be held on the day after the cattle fairs. Dealers and ethers attending the Haverford- west Fairs are hereby cautioned against the practice of Lacerating with a Knife or other Instrument for the purpose of Marking any Animal; and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that under Statue 12 and 13 Victoria, cap. 92, all Presons found Lacerating any Animal will be liable to a Penalty of HUGH J. P. THOMAS, Mayor. Council Chamber. Everybody Beads the "Telegraph. SITUATIONS VACANT. DRESSMAKING.—WANTED, an experienced tj COAT HAND.—LteweHyn PbiJiips. Cleddau House, Haverfordwest. 463b WANTED a HOUSEMAID. Apply, Miss W Davies, Hill House College, Haverfordwest. 415b WANTED, strong, bealtby GIRL as GENERAL SERVANT, 20 to 24.-Apply, 16, Greville Road, Milford Haven. 445b WANTED, good GENERAL.-Apply, Mrs W George Bland, 32 Cartlett, Haverfordwest. 452b WANTED, experienced GENERAL. Apply W Miss Trew, High Street, Haverfordwest. 383b S TRONG respectable GIRL wanted for general house work and companion, evenings free, wages 10s. weekly, must bave good reference, if =]a wages increased in month.—Apply Mrs. Curpbey, 19, St. Anne's Ro, Hakin, Milford Haven. 464b WANTED, HOUSEMAID, Parlourmaid kept. W Good wagep.-Apply Mrs. Ernest Georue Foley House, Haverfordwest. 519b W ANTED, MAID to assist with house duties, wV Two in family, no washing, good home.— Mrs. Kenworthy, 30, Dartmouth Gardens, Milford Haven. 521 b FOR SALE. PURE WYANDOTTE COCKERELS for Sale t March birds. — Apply, Newton, Boulston Hoti*e. 510b A Pen of White WYANDOTTS; 6 March I batched PULLETS; and 1 COCKEREL. Barron Rtrain. What offers? Apply, Box 500b, Telegraph office, Haverfordwest. r-$R SALE, 6 TRAMMEL NETS, ANCHOR r OBUOY ROPES, all ready for use, also 14ft. BOAT, and 4 Baskets of LONG NETS.—Apply T. Winter, 1, Chapel Street, Hakin, Milford Haven. 893b ONE PANEL CAR, Rubber Tyre, Lamps, Cushions, complete,i equal to new, bv a London builder, suit cob I) to 15.2; also PONY TRAP, Iron Tyree, Lamps, Cushions, complete, equal to new, by a Reading builder, suit pony 14 to 14.3; PONY SPRING CART, Lamps, Cushion, oomplete, first class order. Apply Matbias, Temple Druid, Maenciochog. 461b A LOT of PACKING CASES for Saie in balk- R.T.C., Hign Street, Haverfordwest. 473b DOUBLE Frame Geared Honey Extractor, also Hearson's 60-egg Incubator. Excrallent b&toher. Can be inspected.Apply Box 466b, Telegraph Office, Haverfordwest. P. IANO BARGAINS. — VENABLES Upright Piano, £ 46; MURDOCH Upright Piano, JE3a, nOLSiARD & COLLAR!? Grand, 4:65 MILSOM .OieGAN, £ 20-, BARNF/rT SAMUEL ORGAN. 16 j 530LIAN Player Piano, £ 150; "PIANOLA," £ 40. All instruments guaranteed and delivered carriage paid. Write for complete catalogue and bargain list to C., MILSOM & SON, Ltd., The Great West of England Piano House, 15, Milsom Street, Bath. 339b CHRYSANTHEMUMS FOR SALE. — 300 Chrysanthemums in Bloom in Pots, all sizes.—Apply H. Roberts, Upper Market Street, Haverfordwest. 5^6b TO LET. SUPERIOR FURNISHED APARTMENTS— large sitting room, two bedrooms, dressing room, overlooking Haven, bath b. and C-; attend- ance.—Mrs. Farrow, 11, The Point, Hakin, Milford Havegi. 459bl 1 TO Let, No. Ib, HILL STREET. Haverfordwest, known as HILLBOROUGH HOUSE," 3 Reception Rooms, 6 Bedrooms, Bit-III Room h. & c., and usual offices 2 Stall Stable, Grpenhouaes, etc. Very convenient, house to work. Ingoing tenant baa we option of taking over certain linoleum and some attings at low valuation. Immediate posses- sion if reouirerl. R.f>tH only £ 45.—Apply Messrs. Jas. Thomas A Son, Victoria Place. 4b WANTED. WANTED PIANO on Hire—good make essen I tie].-6. Goat Street, Have;fordwent. 470b LOST. I LOST since Monday, November 10th, a SEALY- L HAM BITCH—answers to name "Lady." Finder will. be rewarded on returning same to 10, Glo'ifpo^ T'Tho". R%ve,-fn,Aw-t. 498h PROPERTIES FOR SALE SEVEN ROOMED LEASEHOLD HOUSE, Haverfordwest, double fronted. Immediate j possesi;ion .-Apply Box 462, "Telegraph" Office, Haverfordwest. TWO SEVEN-ROOM FREEHOLD HOUSES with Gardens, in Upper Teuton, Milford Haven.J.-Apply, W. Morgan, Picton Road, Hakin, 479b s Pf.tW()()f @- ..@ø 9' "8 V ( <¡ FIELD'S INK IS UNSURPASSED FOR QUALITY. STOCKED IN 3d. BOTTLES AND 3s. JARS. 'TELEGRAPH' QFFICE, HAVERFORDWEST. You can't » have your cake and eat it too! But you can have a bigger cake later on if you DON'T eat it now. FIFTEEN shillings and sixpence spent now t will buy you very little—and once spent it s gone Invest fifteen shillings and sixpence in Savings Certificates and in ten years' time you will get your money bck with a bonus cr half-a-guinea— one pound six shillings in ail. l "i;s ;:i ai' ?' Not only will you have much more money to spend, but, as prices will then again be normal, you will be able to buy MUCH MORE with it. P.S. You don't HAVE to wait ten yiars to get your money back. By giving a feiv days' notice you can cash your Certificat_• s ct any time, bat, of coarse, you will then get a smcrn^r bonus. = _1.=- I ) To the Farmers of Pembrokeshire. MR. PALMER of Leicester, the noted writer to the Stockbreeder" and other Agricultural papers, under the psuedonym of Leics," is coming t? the County and will ADDRESS MEETINGS on behalf of the National Farmers' U-nioa at tlie Masonic Hall, Haverfordwest, At 2.30 on OEGEHBER 9 (Fair Day), AND AT NARBERTH—at the De Rutzen Hotel, At 1 o'clock on DECEMBER 10 (Fair Day). i Do not miss the opportunity of hearing (Mr. Palmer. 513b I PUBLIC NOTICES. I BOROUGH OF HAVERFORDWEST. CHRISTMAS MARKET. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tht the CHRISTMAS MARKET for the Borough of Harerfordwest will be held on Tuesday, Dec. 23rd, 1919. H. W. D. WILLIAMS, Town Clerk. Town Clerk's Office. Harerfordwest, Nov. 17th, 1919. 509b ST. MARY'S CHURCH, FISHGUARD. ST. MARY'S CHURCH, FISHGUARD. A Christmas Tree A Christmas Tree Will be held at the COUNCIL SCHOOL, FISHGUARD, (By kind permission ot the Managers), On Friday, December 19, 1919 The function will be opened at 2 o'clock by LADY JONES. Pentower. Admission — la. 357b PEMBROKESHIRE FARMERS' UNION A MEETING Will be held at CLARBESTON ROAD Friday, November 28, igig. W. E. LEES, 516b Secretary. EXPLANATION AND APOLOGY. May I be allowed through the column of your paper to apologise for the little mis- understanding between Caleb Watts, Leacli- pool, and myself with regard to a norae rack which disappeared rather suddenly, the owner havine taken it without my knowledge. A. REYNOLDS. Bethlehem, Treffgarne, Nov. 19, 1919. 506b HAKIN FOUNDRY. JOHN STOCKS Begs to inform all the Farmers and Horse Owners of this district that DICKY HOWELLS, Shoeing Smith, DICKY HOWELLS, Shoeing Smith, I Formerly of Steynton, Is now doing all kinds of SHOEING and JOBBING WORK at HAKIN FOUNDRY, where every care is taken in all work undertaken. PATRONAGE SOLICITED. XMAS CARDS AT BARGAIN PRICES. Come and See DARTMOUTH STREET STUDIO, MILFORD HAVEN. WEDDING CAKE BOXES, 2,19 per DOZEN, Kept in Stock at the "TELEGRAPH" OFFICE, HAVERFORDWEST. PEMBROKESHIRE HOUNDS. The Pembrokeshire hounds will meet on Thursday, the 27th at Clarbeston Rpad, at 10.45 o'clock.