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TO BE LET OR SOLD, "The Smithy," Johns- town, near Carmarthen. For further particulars apply to M. Rees & Son, Spirit Stores, King-street, Carmarthen. TO LET, the SWAN INN, Nott Square, Carmar- then 3 minutes' walk from Town Station fully licensed early possession.—Apply, Buckley's Brewery, Ltd., Carmarthen. mO BE LET, Michaelmas next, the Farms of I BLAENPIBYDD, in the Parish of Cilrhedyn, in One Lot; about 200 Acres of Pasture and Arable Land.—Apply, M. Phillips, Pencelly, Hebron. CYCLE, Bargain, Marvellous sacrifice. Gent's New Cycle, not used a dozen times, highest grade, best Pneumatic Tyres and Tubes. Two Rim Brakes, Inverted Levers. Latest 1906 machine. beautifully plated and enamelled, also gold lined, Plated rims with enamelled centres, ball bearing free wheel. Mud-guards. Magnificent machine. Cash urgently wanted, £4 10s. Od., complete, with all accessories, Lamp, Bag, Bell, etc, Approval before cash sent.—M House, Elton, Ashcombe Park Road, Weston-Super Mare. TO LET. BERYSTWYTIJ.-To Let, during August or A until middle of September, small Furnished HOUSE 2 Sitting and 4 Bedrooms.—Apply, 8, George Street, Aberystwyth. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY, ALL that Rich Pasture MEADOW, and adjoining Piece of Land, commonly called Morfa Helyg, adjoining the river Towy, and adjoining the Tin Mills Carmarthen, now in the occupation of D.: Phillips, Esq., Pibwrlwyd, Carmarthen. For particulars apply. T. R. DA VIES, Surveyor's Office, Whitland. July, 1906. EGGSr EGGS! EGGS THE PRODUCE* TRADING COMPANY Merthyr Tydfil, are REGULAR BUYERS of New-laid Welsh Country Eggs. Cash on arrival, Write before sending. Telegrams—" Headway Merthyi." National Telephone-N 13. ADMINISTRATIVE COUNTY OF CARMARTHEN. SHEEP DIPPING (IVALES) ORDER, 1906. THE ATTENTION of Farmers and others is called to the provisions of this Order which comes into force on the 1st day of August, 1906. The Order prescribes that all Sheep must, between the 1st day of August and the 15th day of September next, be clipped in the manner prescribed by the Order and to the satisfaction of the Officers of the Local Authority. Forms of Notice of Intention to Dipcand Return of Dipping, together with an Analysis of the Older may be obtained from the Police Officers in every District a' in the County. J. W. NICHOLAS, Clerk of the Local Authority. County Offices, Carmarthen, 16th July, 1906. LLANDILO-FAWR RUHAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Books _^| and Statement of the Accounts of this Council for the half-year ended the 31st day of March last, are deposited at my Offices, in Llandilo, and are open during Office hours, to be inspected, examined, and copied by all persons interested. And that on the 30th day of August next, at the hour of 10 a.m. such Books and Statement of Accounts will be audited by J. E. PUGHE-JONES, Esq., the District Auditor, at the SHIRE HALL, Llandilo, when and where any Person interested who may have any objection to any matter contained in the above-mentioned Accounts, may attend, and prefer his objection, and the same will be heard by the Auditor. Dated this 19th day of July, 1906, R. SHIPLEY LEWIS, Clerk to the Council. CARMARTHEN UNION. NURSE WANTED. THE GUARDIANS of the above Union will at their meeting on the 11th of August next appoint a Nurse for the Workhouse. Age between 25 and 40, with a knowledge of Welsh and English. Salary, .r25 per annum, with rntions, washing, apartments, and uniform. Duties to commence immediately. The appointment will be made subject to the Poor Law Officers Superannuation Acts and the sanction of the Local Government Board. Applications, in applicant's own handwriting, stating age and experience, and accompanied by copies of three recent testimonials, must be delivered to me on or before Friday, the 10th August next. JOHN SAER, Clerk to the Guardians. 7, Hall Street, Carmarthen, 23rd July, 1906. THE UNITED COUNTIES OF CARMARTHEN, PEMBROKE, AND CARDIGAN FRIENDLY SOCIETY. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the ANNUAL MEETING of the Members of the above Society will be held at the COUNCIL SCHOOLROOM, WHITLAND, on Saturday, the 4th day of August, 1906, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Every Member is requested to attend. The Committee of Management will meet at 2.30 o'clock in the afternoon on the same day and at the same place. GEORGE THOMAS. Secretary. 4 Wellfield Road, Carmarthen. July 18tb, 1906. CARMARIHENSHIRE CHAMBER OF AGRICULTURE. THE next QUARTERLY MEETING of the Chamber will be held at the Half Moon Hotel, Carmarthen, on Wednesday, the 1st day of August next, at One o'clock p.m. The subject for discussion is Bee Farming," which will be introduced by Mr. J. L. Pickard, University College, Aberystwyth. A Cast Iron Roller, a Chain Harrow, a Grindstone, 6 Spades, 6 Dungforks, and 12 Hand Rakes, will be distributed. A COMMITTEE MEETING will be held at 12 o'clock, on the same day, at the same place. W. W. PROSSER, Secretary. Carmarthen County Schools. THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HBADMASTER; E. S. ALLEN, M.A, CANTAB.) COUNTY GIRLS' SCHOOL. HEADMISTRESS Miss B. A. HOLME, M.A., Late Open Scholar of Girton College, Cambridge. FEES £ l 8S. per Term (Three Terms in the year). Reduction for brothers or sisters. Boarders can be received it both schools. The Term begins Wednesday, September 19th. The Entrance Examination will take place on Tuesday, September 18tb, at 3 p.m The Headmaster and the Headmistress will be pleased to see the parents of new pupils at the Schools on Saturday, September 15th, from 11 till 2, and on Tuesday, September 18th, from 2 till 5. OLII) COLLEGE "SCHOOL CARMARTHEN. (FOB BOYS AND GIRLS.) f REV. JOSEPH HARRY. Principals ^REV. J- B. THOMAS. SPECIAL FEATURESõF THIS SCHOOL:- 1. New and Commodious Building in a Healthy Locality. 2. A Sound COMMERCIAL EDUCATION. 3. Thorough Preparation for the of the Universities of London and Wales ana Theological Colleges. 4 Direct Preparation for PROFESSIONAL EXAMINA TIONS (Pharmaceutical, Medical, Law, sc.). 5 Special Preparation for Candidates for POST OFFICE, CLERKSHIPS BANKS, and PUPIL TEACHERS' Qualifying Examinations. 6. Very MODERATE TE NO EXTRAS. Limited Number of Boarders kept at ilir. Thomas House. For Prospectus and List of Successes apply as above. TEETH J TEETH w. WILLIAMS (9 Years' FXperimw with the late Mr. Macphail, 6 w with of theP»=iP»l London Dentists Teeth quite painless by rr CROWN, BRIDGE, AND BAR WORIC A SPECIALITY. TEETH WITHOUT PLATES. 8, SPILMAN STREET, CARMARTHEN (Opposite BANK LANE). JTIOR SALE, Freehold Detached Villa two sitting -2-1 rooms, two kitchens, three bedrooms, garden back and front, close to station, in good repair, water on premises back entrance. -AVilding, Hampton Villa, Abergwilly. DRAPERY.—J. Davies & Son, Cloth Hall. Car- marthen, have a vacancy for a respectable Youth as Apprentice. SHOW ROOMS.—J. Davies & Son, Cloth Hall, Carmarthen, have a vacancy for a Young Lady as Apprentice. CARETAKER WANTED.-House free in exchange for services.—Apply, Mr Prosser Davies, Arcanum Pharmacy, Carmarthen. as Apprentice. "M CARETAKER WANTED.-House free in exchange for services.—Apply, Mr Prosser Davies, Arcanum Pharmacy, Carmarthen.

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