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SANITARY WORK TOWY"- r _— — t JAM- HYDRAULIC rlf 1°y( Jt1}¡ee jj_ot <fe Cold ater Appliances* For automatically Raising Water for Supplying Mansions, Country Residences, Farms, Stables, &c. 0 For further information. Estimates, &c., apply to DAVIES, TOWY W ORKS, CARMARTHEN. The Largest and Best Stock A in Carmarthenshire to select from. /*W' i ,# I .U I I g .1| > S g* 5^ •o 0 « a) ss a ts fL$L 53 -S £ ^rvV *s. &,&•§ ^S3 *> g.g » A &S0 I S g. trJ <6- V/ I £ SA V, & 0 .AY «• "»• I VV^ KING STREET, < J> V OARMARTHEN. cf AUTUMN AND WINTER, 1900. Opening Slioic of tlte Season. Misses LEWIS & CLARE HIGH-CLASS MILLINERS, HAVE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THAT THEIR SHOWROOMS ARE NOW OPEN WHEN THE OST ADVANCED IDEAS IN PARIS MILLIUERY, TOGETHER WITH A CAREFULLY-SELECTED RANGE OF NOVELTIES WILL BE SUBMITTED. CAVENDISH HOUSE, 10 KING-STREET, CARMARTHEN. SPECTACLES. SPECTACLES, SPECTACLES. DA VIES & SONS, OPTIOIANS- Mr. A. R. :DA VIES, F.S.M.C. (Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Spectacle Makers, London), has made a special study of Visual Optics, and gained the above diploma. SIGHT CAREFULLY TESTED. Ii the services of an Oculist are needed you will be promptly told so and no charge will be made. Oculists prescriptions made up with the greatest care. DAVIES az SOIfcTS, 5. GUILDHALL-SQUARE, CARMAKTHEN. NOTICES TO QUIT From Landlord to Tenant and Tenant to Landod, may be obtained at the 11 Reporter Office. Price One Penny. ST, PETERls33 RDANNUAL QHRISTMAS TIREE, ASSEMBLY ROOMS, CAEMAETHEN, THURSDAY, 3rd of JANUARY, 1901. FANCY STALL-Mrs. Lester. Do. Do. -Mrs. Williams, Cambray House. Do. Do. —The Misses Morris, Penbryn. TOT AND FANCY STALL-Miss White, King-street. FABMBBS' STALL—Messrs. W. Thomas and Bartlett. REFRESHMENT STALL- TEA STALL-Mrs. Bagnall Woodman. CoFFEE Do.—Mrs. Spurrell. Contributions will be thankfully received by any of the above Stall-holders. SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS IN ANTE ROOM. SPECIALITIES. Stoned Raisins, Cleaned Currants, Beef Suet. ALL READY FOR USE. Home-cured Bacon and Hams. Mazawatete Diaries, One Penny each. Almanacks presented to Purchasers of One Pound Mazawattee Tea. I W. S. IloRRIS, Grocer, BRIDGE-STREET, CARMARTHEN. BRANFIELD & SONS, OWHFFEWD, CARMAKTHEN ARE PREPARED TO Destroy Eats and Mice, or Ferret II Babbits. AT MODERATE CHARGES. V. M. ELLIS, OLD PLOUGH HOTEL, CARMARTHEN. T>EGS to thank the Public generally for their arriesPonODage Past' anc* to state that she still POSTING IN ALL ITS BIUNCHES. WINES & SPIRITS OF THE FINEST QUALITY. ——— GOOD ACCOMMODATION for CYCLISTS BRAKES WILL RUN EVERY THURS DAY TO LLANSTEPHAN. COUCH- To co/ 2 ICES- 21/' ) It <?;ises 'a.n< »;ivc« Rfist and f>Ieep. co ■ RA.t a.i r-leep. OLD FALSE TEETH BOUGHT. Many ladies and gentlemen have by them oli: or disused false teeth, which might as well be turned into money. Messrs. R. D. & J. B. Fraser, of Princes Street, Ipswich (established since 1883), buy old false teath. If you send your teeth to them they will remit you by return post the utmost value or, if preferred, they will make you the best offer, and hold the teeth over for your reply. If reference necessary, apply to Messrs, Bacon & Co,, Bankers, Ipswich. apply to Messrs. Bacon & 00., Bankers, Ipswich. ASTROLOGY.—New Year Prospects and every important event in your career (except death), plainly foretold by Lady Astrologist. Send birth date, 12 stamps, stamped envelope. "CELIA," 24, Regent Street, Brighton. TO LET, No. 3, CHAPEL STREET, Carmar- then, containing 5 Rooms.—Apply, Buckley's, Ltd., Carmarthen. TO LET, small HOUSE (5 Rooms), 2, Wood's- row small rent.—Apply to Mrs Morgans, 11, Guildhall-square, or Mr Richards, 1, Wood's-row. PARISH OF CONWIL-ELFET. TO LET, with possession on 29th September next, the farm of CYDAWELL; about 97 Acres of mixed Land. Moderate rent.-Apply, Rowland Browne, Solicitcr, Carmarthen. SCHOOL OF ART. HEADMASTER W. JONES, A.R.C.A., LOND. DAY CLASSES—Saturdays 10 to 1, and 2.30 to 4.30 Mondays 10 to 1 Thursdays 10 to 1, and 2.30 to 4 30. NIGHT CLASSES.—Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Fridays, 7 to 9.15. THE CARMARTHENSHIRE AG ICUL- TURAL SOCIETY WILL hold their ANNUAL EXHIBITION of I at Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, Poultry Pigeons, Cage Birds, Dogs, Cats, Rabbits', Dairy Produce, Dead Poultry, and Green Crops, at the Provision Market, Carmarthen, on Thursday, December 13th, 1900. Entries close December 5th. Admission to the Show, Is, after 2 o'clock, Gd. H. COYSH, Seedsman, Nott-sqnare; T. W. FRANCIS" Spread Eagle, Queen-street, Secretaries. GEORGE BAGNALL, DECEASED. 22 and 23 Victl, cap. 35. ALL PERSONS having Claims or Demands against the Estate of GEORGE BAGNALL, late of 39, King-street, Carmarthen, Gentleman, who died on the 31st day of July, 1900, and whose Will was proved in the District Registry of Her Majesty's High Court of Justice at Carmarthen on the 19th day of November, 1900, by Arthur Bagnall Woodman, of Parade House, Carmarthen, aforesaid, the sole Executor, are required to send particulars of such Claims to the said Executor on or before the First day of January next, after which date the Executor will distribute the Assets, having regard onlv to the Claims then received. Dated this 20th day of November, 1900. II. BRUNEL WHITE, 53, King-street, Solicitor to the said Executor. STOP ONE MOMENT. OH! DEAR DOCTOR, MUST MY DARLING DIE? THERE IS VERY LITTLE HOPE BUT TRY TUDOR WtLLtAMS PATENT BALSAM OF HONEY. which contains PURE Welsh Honey and an essence of the purest and most efficacious Herbs, gathered on the Hills of Wales, being gathered in the proper season, when its virtues are in full perfection. BRONCHITIS THERE are thousands ot children who die annually from bronchitis, whooping cough, and croup. This is a grand discovery for the cure of suoh complaints. It is invaluable for weak-chested men. delicate women, and children. It cures when all othe- remedies fail. It cures Coughs, Colds, Asthml y^ntiicss of the Chest. It cures thousands of children of Bronchitis and Whooping Cou^h* It cures for One Shilling when Pounds have been spent in vain. TRY IT! If you have a Cough, try it; if you have a Cold, try it. It loosens the phlegm and promotes expectora- tion, produces warmth and comfort to the chest, and rest3 ung eep vvhen y°« have tost nights of A GENTLEMAN remarks :-I feel it my duty to J?'" ,t^lafc I have been using your Tudor Williams Lalsam of Honey in my family, which is a large one, for many years, aud have proved its great value, having used nothing else for Cough during ileasles, Whooping Cough, and Bronchitis, and can ,or ,uch complaints.- Yours gratefully, Shooburynesa. J' WIr'U^MS, E.D. IS SOMETHING MARVELLOUS. A BAG OF LETTERS IN EVERY DAY, and what they say about Tudor Williams' Balsam of Honey is something marvellous. SEVERE CHRONIC BRONCHITIS, combined with Asthma and Heart Affetion (8 years'standing), CURED I have been under doctors for 8 years. They did not do me any lasting good. When I began your treatment I at was my very worst. My breathing was very bad. I had to sit up in bed all night, and my cough was so hard J could not cough up anytiiiug. In the daytime I was worse. I used to get such fits of perspiration and afterwards turn quite cold. I was always catching fresh colds. I am now able to sleep at nights, and when I rise up in the morning am able to do my work with ease. Sea View, Southport. JACKS0N> WORTHY OF YOUR CONSIDERATION. wife desires me to say that your Tudor Williams Balsam of Honey has proved a mnst. vaniaoie meaicine in our arge family (eight children) As soon as a cough or cold makes its appearance a dos3 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. Durine the short timo the col(I is upon them, the action of the Balsam is marvellous, and the little ones take it readily and ask for iiiore.-WALTER J. BRETT, C.M., Headmaster, Severn Tunnel School. BALSAM OF HONEY AT THE ROYAL NATIONAL BAZAAR I f4was deeded to have a Welsh Stall at the ^atumal Bazaarm aid of the sufferers by the War w"i TUO°? W"-UAMS ofIered the Hon. Secretary Arthur J. Coke Esq., a case of Balsam of Honey, which was gratefully accepted. The Balsam found a ready sale amongst the Royalty and nobility who patronised the Bazaar. BALSAM FOR THE CAPE. The Braemar Castle left Southampton Friday last with a good supply of Tudor Williams's Balsam of Honey for British Troops. NURSE DARLING, NURSE HOME, KIMBERLEY. Tudor Williams's Patent Balsam of Honey you kindly forwarded to the front, I am pleased to be ™H™taSay j* I haV;e found it! most beneficial to my patients and self. In one case I attended a private soldier, a native of Gloucestershire. He had been tl% G}e8L.,?e troublesome cough j-ie daK3u tor xuaor vviiiiams's Balsam of Honev I was surprised at the wonderful effect it had on the poor fellow soothing the nasty cough and promoting free expectoration—thus promptly clearing the bronchial tube and air vessels or the accumulated mucous. He wished me to drop you this line. SEE YOU GET THE GENUINE ARTICLE. TUDOR WILLIAMS PATENT BALSAM OF HONEY, SO MANY IMITATIONS AND FRAUD. Sold by all Chemists ana Stores in Is., 2s Gd., and 4s. Gd. bottle/3. Sample bottle sent (poat paid) for Is. 3d., 3s., and 5s. from tha inventor, D. TUDOR WILLIAMS, Medical Hall, Aberdare. r Prepared under Medical Instruction. jgi usm gm FERRU- COCOA is DELICiOUS &■ REFRESHING. I It ENRICHES THE BLOOD and | Is THE ONLY COCOA containing FERRUGINOUS ELEMENTS. I FREE SAMPLES SENT TO ALL | Ferru=Cocoa Manufact'gCo. Ltd. 320, GOSWELL ROAD, LONDON, E.G. BUILDING SITE FOR SALE. A LARGE PLOT of LAND in Picton-place to be SOLD for building purposes. A most desirable site.-Apply at 23, Picton-place. OEFNBLAIDD FARM, TALLEY. TO LET, excellent Arable and Grazing Farm 113 Acres. Rent, £ 75.—Vicar, Taliey. CARMARTHEN JOINT COUNTIES ASYLUM. WANTED an AUDITOR to above Asylum. Salary £ -10 per year, subject to duties which can be ascertained on application to the undersigned. Applications to be accompanied by three recent testimonials, stating age, qualifications, &c., and sent in on er before the 12th December, 1900, to W. MORGAN GRIFFITHS, (Solicitor) Clerk to the Committee, Saint Mary-street, Carmarthen. GENERAL SERVANT WANTED, WHO CAN do plain cooking also young HOUSEMAID. —Apply, Matron, Infirmary, Brecon. WANTED, immediately, a respectable Lad as an APPRENTICE to the PRINTING Trade. All branches taught. One who understands Welsh preferred.—Apply to the Manager, "Reporter" Office. UN FOR SALE (BARGAIN).—DOUBLE ~K BREECH-LOADER, quite new, warranted sound, 12-bore, central fire, top lever, rebounding locks, kft-choke barrel, pistol grip stock, extension rib, automatic fore-end; 38s. Sportsman, REPORTER, Carmarthen. FOR SALE, Magnum Potatoes splendid quality 5s. per Hundredweight. Not less than one huadred weight delivered.—Morris, Bridge-street, Carmarthen. PEARCE'S PRIVATE HOTEL, 2, 3, an<J 4, Liverpool-street, King's Cross, London, W.C, —Only few minutes by 'Bus or Railway fiom Paddington, close to Euston. 'Bues for all parts. —Proprietor, J. M. Brockie.

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