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All Sorts and Sizes." There's more scope for variety in the dressing of the youngsters than there is in that of those arrived at man's estate. Make up your mind as to the stylo of "rig out" you wish your boy to wear this time, and then give E. MORRIS & Co., a. cull, and have a look over their patterns and designs C) Morris & Co. makes Boys' Clothing a leading feature, and they are pleased to think that their efforts in this direction have been appreciated by their customers. LAMMAS-STREET, CARMARTHEN. (THE SHOP WITH THE DIf HAT li.tNC-ING OUTSIDE.) If you want a First-class Cycle at a Reasonable Price, purchase "THE LEADER," MANUFACTURED BY D. E. JONES & CO., "LEADER" CYCLE WORKS, 61, KING ST. 0 A M 1\ E. A I- H:: M -r,,T. "The Leader "has led, is leading, and will continue to lead all other Makers, in spite of local liysterical announcements to the contrary. We do not bounce ourselves we give the universal opinion of Riders of the "Leader" in the 3 Counties and further afield. Interrogate them. THE BEST, PRETTIEST, AND CHEAPEST MACHINE IN THE MARKET. Send for Catalogue, containing Prices, Designs, and Frees and Public opinions, or pay the Manufactory i a visit and select your own mount. A laige Stock of Ladies and Gentlemen's JNlaohines on view. The Large New Showroom has just been opened. D. E. J. tV Co.'s large Riding School foi Learners ia now open for the use of Patrons. -00- IMPOKTAiNT PUBLIC NOTICE. GIGANIIC CLEARANCE SALE OF Drapery mid Clothing NOW IN FUIJJL SWING AT 14 & 15, GUILDHALL, SQUARE, CARMARTHEN, J. JENKIJSiS liavin-, bought Mr. U. DL. Xiano (Hllv in loUx-Ing 115 & from business) the entire Stock-in-Trade, amounting in value to SEVERAL THOUSANDS OF POUNDS. Ihe Valuation now being completed, and the Business transferred, the immense Stock now standing on the premises will be offered for sale at such AMAZINGXJY LOW PRICES never before known in the History of Carmarthen Sales. COUNTRY SHOPKEEPERS WILL DO WELL TO SECURE BIG PARCELS MUCH BELOW ORIGINAL COST. REMEMBER WHERE- J criEisriKiiJtTs (LATE D. LL. REES), 14 & 15, GUILDHALL-SQUARE, O.A2VLARTHE ESTABLISHED 1821. DAVIES & SONS, 7 WATCH & CLOCK MAKERS, JEWELLERS, SILVERSMITHS, OPTICIANS, &c., 5, GUILDHALL SQUARE, CJ^IR^^IE^TZEIIEiltsr. SPLENDID SELECTION of CLOCKS AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. French Marble Clocks, Gilt Shade Clocks, Quarter Clocks, Alarms, and Timepieces. 10 per Cent. Discount for Cash AND SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOR PRESENTATIONS. AUTUMN CROPS. • Rye, Treforium, Winter Vetches, Winter Wheat, Winter Oats, Rape Seed, Mustard Seed, Italian Rye Grass, &c. Nitrate of Soda. W. s. MORRIb, SEED AND CORN MERCHANT, BRIDGE-STREET, CARMARTHEN. HAYMAN'S BALSAM OF HOREHOUND. The most certain and Bt)eedy rctPtjdy I STOPS COLD I CURES CO [TGH! I HAYMAN'S BALSAM. CASH PRICES Safe for Children. 9 £ d, Is, 2s 6d. 4, ST. PETER'S STREET, CARMARTHEN. 'AIP MRS. MILES EVANS CLate of Aberqwili) ) Begs to inform her numerous friends and the Public generally that she has Opened a China & Ware Shop AT THE ABOVE ADDRESS, And trusts to be favoured with their kind patronage. THE VI-CTOR SELF-RAKING REAPER. -00, AGENT FOR ABOVE AND. ALL OTHER LEADING MAKERS- WILLIAM THOMAS, Ironmonger & Implement Agent, Carmarthen. IOWERS. RAKES, amd HAYMAKERS to be sold at Reduced Prices to clear Season Stock. WE MAKE NO BONES Although we have S)ld an immense number of Cycles this Season, still we confess I n t that. owing to the Strike in South Wales, we have been unable to dispose of all that I I we contracted for this Season. off MI-E THIS IS THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME As we are determined to clear out our Stock at the best Prices we can obtain for them. Ladies' Bicycles by all the Leading Makers at unheard-of Prices. 49, King-street, Carmarthen BEEEEHT JONES & CO., f Westgate House, Tenby. 1 45, Oxford-street, Swansea (Wholesale only) t ¡ UNITED COUNTIES AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. -R c; BEST SHOW EVER HELD AT CARMARTHEN, ON FRIDAY NEXT, AUGUST 26TH. MARVELLOUS ENTRIES ROYAL AND LONDON WINNERS to be exhibited, including the best Shire Mares living, ) CHEAP TICKETS FROM ALL STATIONS IN THE UNITED COUNTIES. BRAKES TO MEET ALL TRAINS. EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION PROVIDED FOR VISITORS. D. H. THOMAS, SECRETARY. PERFECTION. J:YJ: y- O W USR FINE OLD SCOTCH WHISKY. It is of the first importance to Invalids who may be ordering Scotch Whisky, or those who may take it to promote and aid digestion, that the Whisky be fully matured by age alone, and not by artificial additions to newly-made Spirits. The danger of drinking immature blends, often charged with fusel oil, is obviated by using -A- I MY OWN Which is a carefully-selected Blend of the Finest Scotch Whiskies and guaranteed Seven Years Old. Recommended by the Medical Faculty for its Purity and Dietetic Properties. To be obtained from all the Leading Licensed Victuallers, or direct from the Proprietors ;— W. S. PHILLIPS & CO., IMPORTERS, CARMARTHEN. Oilices-7, King-street. ST. CLEARS AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. TWENTIETH kNNUAL SHOW TII URSDA Y, SEPTEMBER 8th, 189S. 9140 IN PRIZES. Schedules from the Secretary— W. HARRIES, RAILWAY HOTEL, ST. CLEARS. HI? A TT>1?V ACCOUNTANT • XLJl\ J. I Y JRJ X AND AUDITOR, ~r~ —— CARMARTHEN. J radtsmen's Books made up; Balance Sheets and Profit and Loss Accounts prepared. Rents and Debts collected. Insurances of every description effected. j,, 0l'tgagef) arranged. Private AddresS: 1, ROSE ERR ACE, JOHNSTOWN, CARMARTHEN. -<- Carmarthen County School. THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEADMASTER E. S. ALLEN, M.A. (CANTAB COUNTY GIRLS' SCHOOL. HEADMISTRESS: Miss B. A. HOLME, Late Open Scholar, Girton College, Cambridge; Senior Optime, Mathematical Tripos. Three Scholarships for boys giving free tuition, and Four House Scholarships for boys from £ '14 to £ 10 per annum are offered for competition on September Utb. and 15th, l¡';US, Last day for entry September 10th, 18118. All particulars can be had from the Headmaster, The Grammar School, Carmarthen. NEXT TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 20. Prospectuses, &c., #an be obtained from the Clerk, £ ?, Richmond-terrace, during the holidays. FEits.-Boys £1 15s. Od. Girls, 1:1 8s. Od. per term. (Three Terms only in the year). Reduction for brothers or sifters. Boarders received at both Schools. The Headmaster and Headmistress will be pleased to see parents of new pupils September 17th—11 to 1 o'clock and September 19th—3 to G. ONE MOMENT. j( X ONE NT. X "Oh dear, Doctor, what will you recommend for my Children's Coughs and Cold 1" TRY TUDOR WtLMAMS PATENT BALSAM OF HONEY. The most marvellous Cure for all Disorders of the Chest, Throat, and Lungs. It never fails to give instant relief, and does not contain Laudanum, Opium, or Morphia. ECONOMISE YOUR HEALTH. HEALTH IS THE. FIRST WEALTH. All who are engaged in indoor and outdoor occupa- tion and are especially exposed to the ever-varying climate of Great Britain, BE WISE IN TIME. Don t tamper with danger but go straight away for TUDOR WILLIAMS' BALSAM OF HONEY. IT IS INVALUABLE FOR WEAK-CHESTED MEN, Delicate Women, and Children. It Cures when all other remedies fail. It Cures Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Tightness of the Chest. It Cures thousands of Children of Bronchitis and Whooping Coughs. It cures for One Shilling when Pouuds have been spent in vain. DO TRY IT If you have a Cough, try it! If you have a Cold, TRY IT If you have Bronchitis, TRY IT It loosens the Phlegm and promotes expectoration, produces warmth and comfort to the chest, and gives repealling sleep when you have lost nights of rest, READ ON. NOW COMMENDED BY PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. When yuu are distressed with a miserable cold, nose bunged up, throat sore, limbs aching, with a general feeliog of smothering, a few doses of the Balsam of Honey will clear the wretched symptoms away, almost before you know it. There is nothing like it on the market; it is thoroughly up to date; it trickles into all the system. A true friend, prompt and reli- able in its action. JUST ANOTHER WORD. When you ask or send for Tudor Williams'B Patent BALSAM OF HONEY do not allow anybody to persuade you to purchase something else. If you do, you simply throw off the genuine article and take on with a false one. Wonderful Cures daily. Thousands of Testimonials to hand from all parts of the World. READ ONTURTHER. SPONTANEOUS TESTIMONY. WORTHY OF YOUR CONSIDERATION. SIR,—My wife desires rne to say that your Tudor Wilhams Balsam of Honey has proved a most valuable medicine in our large family (eight children). As soon as a cough or cold makes its appearance, a dose of Tudor's Balsam is at once administered, and this treatment is followed up until the cold dis- appears. Before using the Balsam in our family the children have been prostrate with colds for several weeks, but now, by taking doses as directed, they seem to suffer very little inconvenience. During the short time the cold is upon them, the action of fcho Balsam is marvellous,- and the little ones take it readily and ask for more.—WALTER J. BRETT, C.M., Headmaster, Severn Tunnel School, March Kith, 1892." READ ON STILL FURTHER. A Cardiff Chemist states :—I have a larger sale for Tudor Willims' Balsam of Honey than any other Cough Cure. That's the opinion of all Chemists. PUBLIC MEN SPEAK HIGHLY OF IT ALL OVER THE WORLD. Sold by all Chemists ana Stores all over the World inlsljd.,2s 9d., and 4s. (id. bottles. Sample bottle sent (post paid) for Is. 3d. 3S. and 5s. from the inventor, D. TUDOR WILLIAMS, R.D.S.L., Medical Hall, Aberdare. A FEW WORDS TO THE WISE. READ THIS. IT WILL REPAY YOU It does not pay to sell your I Customers an inferior Article when they can get a better at the same price. Try these and you will find that Quality and Price are right. O HAUS; Little Beauties, 1-d. per lb COLOMBO TEA, 2s. per lb. Z. IX JONES, COLOMBO STORES, CARMARTHEN, I fme Iot of Workinff Ferrets, Young OT rabbi?™' PcKTndWheak'hv'her^°r fcyfc S hf"dh„yi„a°iPqPr w! Whituiy, .><, Lammas-street, Carmarthen. l\hn for and W- gent)rally Alorgars, Carniartlien. WAHpUSKpEPKR, wash and iron plain cookir>< —APDIV T l\ v Relieving Ofiicer, Carmarthen. Dm -n_ 0 OUSE TO BE LET. —20, WAY-STREET i-i\ ■r,rt'lirr' containing Seven Rooms and kitchen, lantry, Scullery, an?i SmaIj entranc,Al»l',y Mrs Jones, TTOIJSE AND GARDEN TO LET, No S],ILMAN-STl{IET. EII(jlll1'e W. li". Vv'iIliami: !), ç, 2? TO ''J'1' T! r llwii, 71.■fly ill thy of Mr' sio .'h.'ii Morgan.- J'or further particular ,lv f u- V 1 Fern Cottagf, Johnstown, Carmarthen. 1H' TglO LET, good WORKMAN'S COTT U; F A containing three Rooms, with Garden, fku-ito +-+- Q'. BLUE STEEE1" adjoil¡ÏI"" (;ui]dhall. 3«. a near 1 near rpo BE Ll j L, with p isses^ion on September 2')th j JarUl l|f PARCYLBAiN, in the pa'r,,h .rXe\;dju.<-h contannog U Acres or tiieicahout,. rt.trcnce will,be eriven to a Labourer, who will work to {ir )' 'in8 ?rop^rty' Uy arraugemwut.-Apply to Mr l)a.vul Davics, Cari.cnter, T1;iJhvyrl, Aberrant. HOUSE & GARDEN TO LET, N<>. i r^. tesrace, Johnstovvn. — Appiy (o Wiliiam I hvies, Buokseller, J Ohnfjtuwn, C.mnartlien. W" ^Sitth)!! K (Bedroom and W" ^Sitth)!! K (Bedroom and ▼ V bitting Room) by Young Man near Guild- all-square preferred.-Terms and full particulars (byUtter onhj)to« P. Reporter Office, CarmShen WAArTEn ai H??D pLAIN COOK.-Apply r f illr.4 Cadle, Half Moon Hotel. WA5r 'ES' a g°?d <NEKAL SERVANT by Miss Hancocke, the first week in September TafiSrRSo. Senfc t0 her at Gw-VDf^ HOUSE TO LET, 15, UNION-STREET. ACw5hEcfsENTN°U,Se' !f"e and fitted f*- ,wl,Ul Gas- ^ewly decorated throutrhoufc. Immediate possession can be had.—Apply 2 Oueon Street, Carmarthen. ^ueeu- UNITED COUNTIES AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. GREAT SHOW AT CARMARTHEN AUGUST 26th, ¡Š[iS, PRIZES NEARLY £500. iSkney/'iQ Schedules to read "Hack" not Schedules of D. H. THOMAS *■ Carmarthen. rtUJVXAS, Auctioneer, TOWN OF CARMARTHEN. 11 Valuable Freehold Dwelling Home for Sale. instructed to offer for i> fJ\rby ^BLT0 AUCTION, at the Ivy o^tn-?Ay Hotd, (. armaithen, on Saturday, the th of August, at 3 p m. punctually, all that wnrriV ere.c,ted, FRKEHOLl^ DWELLING- HOIJ&E, with the Outhouses and large Garden belonging thereto, being No. 10-3, PmoKr-STEKET (formerly No. OS, Priory-street). The above is a most commodious and substantially buut House, and contains large Dining and Drawing Looms, Kitchen Scullery Pantry, China Close? •' l-Mrooms, Bathroom (with Hot and Cold Watorl rn'fth if° CtIhn^ V?UYad.G:ls are fitted through- out the House. The Garden is very large and nm ductive, there being an entrance to it from Waundew Road, where a Cottage or Stables could be conveniently erected. POSSESSION CAN BE HAD ON SEPTEMBER 29TH NKXT. F or further particulars apply to fch« AUCTIONEER, at Brithdir, Gwernogle, and 4 Priory-street, Carmarthen or of Messrs. BARKER, MORRIS, & BARKER, Solicitors, Carmarthen. CATTLE MARKET, CARMARTHEN. MESSRS LLOYD ft THOMAS will Oiler for SALE by AUCTION, at the above Market, on Saturday,_ the 27th day of August, 1898, several heads of Fiize Cattle, Horsr*.?, Sheep, and Pigs, exhihited at the United Counties Agricultural Society's Show. Sale to at 70 30 o'clock. TKRMS—CASH. ADMINISTRATIVE COUNTY OF CARMARTHEN. THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT, 1888 PARISH OF PEMBREY. IVOTI.CE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Com- in* tteo of the County Council of the above-' named County will hold a local enquiry, at which all persons interested may attend and be heard at the Now Infants Schoolroom, Burry Port, in the said County, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, on Wednesday the 7th day of September next, to ennuiro into and consider an application made by the Parish Council o I emorey in the said County, to the said Council, to form the Burry Port Ward m the said Parish of Pembrey, into an Urban District;, in pursuance of Section 57 of the Local Government Act, 1888. THOMAS JONES, Clerk of the County Council. County Council Office, Llandovery, August 5th, 1898.

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