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Insertions. 8 d 8 d 8 d 20 1 0 2 3 3 6 28 1 6 3 6 4 6 36 2 0 4 0 5 6 44 2 6 4 6 6 6 The above scale only applies to the Situations, To Lets," and "To be Sold by Private Treaty' classes of Advertisements, and must be paid for in advance, or the ordinary credit rate will be charged. HALFPENNY STAMP3, or Postal or Post Office Orders, payable to M. LAWRENCE, at Carmarthen. Replies may be made addressed to the Reporter Office, and will be forwarded to advertisers when stamped envelopes are sent. TO LET.-No. 15, Picton Terrace, Carmarthen. JL 13 rooms, including Bath Room (H. & C. Water), Scullery, and Offir-es. -Apply, Blagdon- Richards, 16, Queen Street, Carmarthen. WANTED Smart Youths as APPRENTICES. —Henry Thomas & Sons, Emporium, Carmar- then. DKING MORGAN, Chemist, King-street, • Carmarthen, has two vacancias for APPRENTICES. z\- 40 years of age, used T V small Farm-House; able to milk; good character.—Rees, Tyn'y'bryn Farm, Tonyrefail, Glamorgan. AGRNTd wanted at Carmarthen, Cardigan, Lampeter, and Haverfordwest for Hire System Business. Liberal commission and small standing salary, Applicants having storage accommodation for a few Sample Pianos will have the preserence.- Apply, with references, Manager, Thompson and Shackell, Ltd., Cflnrral Pianof,)rte Warehouse, 60, Stepney Street, Llanelly. NEW THEATRE PARK PLACE, QUE'iN STREET, CAS ZD X IF1 F MILTON BODE AND ROnERT BEDFORD'S GRAND PANTOMIME, "JACK THE GIANT KILLER." A Special EXCURSION from CARMARTHEN on THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6th, 1908 (For Time and Fare see Railway Bills.) Early Doors Open to all parts at 6.30 p m. Ordinary Doors at 6.45 p.m. Commence at 7.15. TYSTEB y PARCH. D. EVANS HEOL AWST, CAMFYRDDIN, Gan fod adeg cau yr uchod yn ymyl, teimlir yn ddiolchgar i'r Cyfeillion hynny, fwriadant rhoi, 01 danfonant eu cyfran cyn CHWBFROR laf i'r Trysorydd, Mr, T. DAYIES, J.P., 26, Picton Terrace. Ydym, dros yr Eglwys, J. PHILLIPS, Yagriferyddion. G. PHILLIPS, CARMARTHENSHIRE. YjELVERTON ARMS HOTEL, WHITLAND. Important Sale of valuable Freehold Farm and Licensed House, WR. CARVER has been instructed to offer • for Sale by PUBLIC AUCTION at the above place on FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21st, 1908, at 2.30 p.m., subject to Conditions then produced, the following PROPERTY LOT 1. LLANGARTHGINNING FARM, situate in the parish of Mydrim, within four miles of St. Clears, consisting of good Dwelling House, Farm Buildings, and One Cottage, together with 157 acres, 1 rd., 16 poles, or thereabouts, of excellent Pasture and Arable Land, all being well watered and fenced, and now occupied by Mr. George Evans as yearly tenant. Rent 150. Also will be included in this Lot, two other Cottages, one sold subject to the life interest of Miss Ann Bowen and the other subject to a lease held by Mr. John Evans for a term of 99 years from March, 1896. Rent 91. The Purchaser will be charged 990 for standing Timber in addition to the purchase money. LOT 2.—LAMB INN, a fully-licensed Public Hout.e, with Garden and Stable, together with Cottage adjoining, situate in Blaenwaun, parish of LIanwtnio, on the main r?ad leading from Newcastle Emlyn to St. Clears and within 2! miles from Llanglydwen Railway Station, held by Messrs Buckley, Limited, on leases from March 25th, 1891, for a term of 21 years, at rents amounting to C20. Further particulars may be obtained of Mr. WM. LEWIS, Solicitor, Narberth; Messrs. HBLDBB ROBERTS, WALTON and GILES, 3 and 4, Clements Inn, Strand, London or of the AUCTIONEER, Park House, Fishguard. Old Uollege School; Carmarthen. PRINCIPALS RETS. JOSEPH HARRY AND J. B. THOMAS SUCCESSES FOR 1905-6-7. 20 Matriculation of Wales (8 in First Division). 19 Presbyterian College 12 Baptist Coll., Bangor 8 Breoon College 10 College of Preceptors 9 Bala-Bangor CoH. 5 Scholarships (King's & J. Jones's) 2 Bank Clerkships 2 Normal Studentships 6 Baptist Obll., Cardiff 2 Treveoca College 20 Commercial Posts. TOTAL FOR THREE YEARS-115. For complete List of Successes apply as above. Limited Number of Boarders kept at Mr. Thomas's Bouse. Carmarthen County Schools. THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEADMASTER E. S. ALLEN, M.A. (CANTAB.) COUNTY GIRLS- SCHOOL. HEADMISTRESS Miss B. A HOLME, M.A., Late Open Scholar of Girton College, C Am bridge. FEES:— £ 1 8s. per Term t Three Terms in the year). Reduotion for brother ) cr sisters. Boarders can be received it both schools THB TERM BEGAN FRIDAY, JANUARY 17TH. TO POOR RATE COLLECTORS, ASSISTANT OVERSEERS, &e. FORMS of Notice of Audit, Collector a Monthly JD Statement, &c., Poor Rcte Receipt Books, with Name of Parish, Particulars of Rate, Sec., printed in, can be obtained at the REPORTER OFFICX at Uheap I Rates. Send for Prices.
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PREACHERS NEXT S 0 N D i Y AT Carmarthen Places of Worship. LAMMAS ST. INDEPENDENT CHAPEl Rev D. Evans (late pastor), Cardiff. UNION ST. INDEPENDENT CHAPEL Rev. D. E. Jones, M.A., (Pastor). PRIORDY INDEPENDENT CHAPEL Rev E. Keri Evans (pastor). ELIM INDEPENDENT CHAPEL. Rev T. G. Owen (pastor). ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Rev D. J. Thomas (Pastor). ABERG WLlLI INDEPENDENT OHAPEL. Rev D. Williams (Pastor). TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHAPEL. Rev E. U. Thomas (Pastor). PENUEL BAPTIST CHAPEL. Rev J. R. Evans, Llnvyinhendy. ENGLISH BAPTIST CHURCH. Rev W. O. Williams, Builth Wells. WATER ST. C.M. CHAPEL. Rev W. D. Rowlands (Pastor). ZION PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev J. F. Davies, Machynlleth. BETHANIA C.M. CHAPEL. Rev Tlaamas Parry, Pencader. ENGLISH WESLEYAN CHAPEL. Rev T. N. Phillipson (pastor). EBENEZER WELSH WESLEYAN CHAPEL. Rev. H. T. Atkins (Pastor). BABELL O.M., PENSARN. Rev Samuel Evans (pastor). Services commence at the Welsh churchee at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., and at the English ohurchee at 11 and 6.30 o'clock.
-I- I- CANON C. B, BROWN INSTALL]ID.-At St. David's Cathedral two installation were conducted by the dea—the Rev. Canon W. Williams, rector of Jeffireyston, to the office of treasurer and residen- tiary canon, with the prebend of Llandissilio-gogo, in the place of the Bishop of Swansea, resigned and Prebendary Charles Gilbert Brown, principal of the Carmarthen Training College, to the office of residentiary canon, with the prebend of St. Nicholas, Pen-y-floes included, in the place of the Rev. Canon Williams, resigned. Soup KITCHElq.-The Mayor (Mr John Lewis) begs respectfully to acknowledge the following subscriptions towards the above Fund:—Mr Collins Davies, Hall street, 5s; Mr Jones, Gwynfryn, El Is; Misses Taffina Rees, Olive Thomas, and Betty Evans, being the proceeds of a little bazaar held by them at the Boar's Head Ballroom on the 24th of January, Ll Is. INFIRMARY.—The Secretary begs respect- fully to acknowledge the receipt of the fol- low ling £ 18 Os 2d, from the Workmen of Penrfcremawr Colliery Co., Ltd., tl Is 6d, St. Clears Sports and Aquatic Club; £1 6s 8d, Ffyraonihenry Baptist Chapel; L3 5s, Lammas street Welsh Congregational Chapel; t3 3s, Tabernacle Congregational Chapel, Whit- land; periodicals, Mr R. James, Bridge st.; Mrs D. Stephens, Trawsmawr; Mrs Gwynne- Hughes, Gilianioothi; and Lady Hills-Johnes; medicine booties, Mrs Snow, Penllwyn Park. MEAT TEA FOR THE POOR.-Th,o following financial statement in connection with the met teas and coffee suppers to the aged and deserving poor hias been sent us:—Jan 2nd, 1906. Expenditure: To provisions, hiring, etc., as per receipts, £3 8s lOd; Jan. 3rd, 1907: To do., j65 2s 31d; Jan. 9th, 1908: To do., JE6 14s 4d; L15 os o £ d; cash in hand, £1 118 9jd; total, R16 17s 3d. Receipts.: Jan. 2nd, 1906: By oaslI collected as per collecting bodks, jE7 8s lOd; Jan 3rd, 1907, By do., £3 6s 6d; Jan 9th, 1908: By do., R6 Is lid; total, jE16 17s 3d. Examined and found cor- rect, John Crossman, Joseph Harry. 21st January, 1908. DEATH OF MR W. REGAN.—We regret to record the death of Mr W. Regan, which took Ipl-ace at his residence, "iMalveriii," Osborne road, WillesderL Green, London, on Sunday. The deceased, who was 47 years of age, was a native of Carmarthen, tbeing the only sur- viving son of the late Mr W. Regan, Blue at., Carmarthen. He had lived for the last 20 yea,rs in London, and was engaged as an agent for the Great Central Railway. An illness with which he was attacked last autumn proved to be a case of cancer in the lung. He is survived by a widow and two daughters. The funeral took place on Thurs- day at Kensal Green Cemetery, the Rev Father Herbert Vaughan officiating. DEATH OF MRS GEORGE JEREMY. With sincere regret we record the death of Mrs Matilda Jeremy, wife of Mr George Jeremy, attendant at Job's Well, which sad event took place, after a long illness, at 7, Pond- side, Johinstowni, Carmarthen, on Saturday last. Mrs Jeremy, Who was a daughter of the late LMr Cole, gardener with the late Mi's Hortoni, of Ystmd, was 45 years of age, at the time of her death, and leaves to mourn her iloss besides the sorrowing husband a little boy, with whom the greatest sympathy is expressed in their affliction. The deceased was of a kind and sympathetic nature, always ready to do a good turn to her neighbours, and Was highly respected by the inhabitants of Johnstown, where she had spent the whole of her life. Mr J. CERIDFRYN THOMAS.—Many old friends in C'armarthou, amd neighbourhood wilil be interested to know that Mr J. C. Thomas, B.Sc., L.C.P., of Weston-Super- Mare (and formerly of Parky velvet Academy Carmarthen) has retired from scholastic duties after a period of 27 years. Mr Thomas has disposed of his educational establishmient at Weston-Super-Mare to two gentlemen from Birmingham—Messrs Bateman and IDicknell-aiid hias now retired into private life aib Silver-Keri, Roath Park, Cardiff. His daughter (Miss Thomas) Remains on the staff of the school at Weston-Super-Mare for a while to assist the new principals, and Mr Thomas's son is a medical student at Cardiff. On, leaving Weston, Mrs Thomas was the recipient of a handsome soITid silver tea ser- vice and tray frOm the boys and their parents. We wish Mr and Mra Ceridfryn Thomas long life and happiness in their re- tirement. THE SOLICITOR-GENERALSHIP to which Mr. 8. T. Evans, K.C., M.P., has been appointed, usually carries with it a knighthood, and the salary attaching to the office is £6,000 a year and fees, which average about 88 much more. CRICKET.—The annual general meeting of the Carmarthen Cricket Club will be held at the Boar's Head Hotel, on Tuesday next, at 7.45 p.m. All interested therein are cordially invited to attend. MOTOR-OMNIBUS SERVICE FOR LLANSTEPHAN AND PENDINE.—The Great Western Railway Company have decided to run motor-omnibuses between Car- marthen and Llanscephan, and also between St Clears and Pendine. Peudine is considered the best bathing spot in Wales, but is undeveloped as a seaside resort. It is thoughtlocally that there is a possibility that the railway company will be the means of transform- ing Pendine into a fashionable watering-place. TEMPERANCE.—The sixteenth of the series of meetings in connectioa with the Carmarthen Gospel Temperance Society was held at the Shire Hall on Saturpay evening last. There was a good attendance. The meeting was presided over by the Rev. T. Nevison PhillipsoD, pastor of the English Wesleyan Chapel, who was supported by the Rev. W. D. Rowlands, Water-street Chapel; Mr. Whicher, Morley-street; Mr. T. Conwil Evans, King-street, &r. The programme was in the hands of Mr. T. Conwil Evans. The accompanist being Miss Lizzie Parry, Tabernacle Terrace. The meeting commenced with the singing of a hymn, after which Mr John James, Lammas-street, offered prayer. Tho following was the pro- gramme:— Solo, Miss Annie James, King-street; frolo, Miss Esther Jones, Priory-strett recitation, Mr. David Thomas, Little Water-street, address, The Chairman; solo, Miss Phillys Lewis, King- street; solo and address, Mr. T. Conwil Evans. The Rev. W. D. Rowlands closed the meeting with the Benediction. On Saturday next the pro- gramme will be in the bands of the St. David's Band of Hope, when a seriTce of Sonp, estitled Little Minnie," or a Sisters Love," will be given. The Chairman will be the Rev. Owen Jones, curate of St. David's Welsh Church. The eondactor will be Mr. William George Lewis, Richmond Terrace. The senice will be read by Master Arthur Watson, while the lantern will be manipulated by Mr. Tom Evans Water-street. CONCERT AT PRIORDY.—On Monday evening last, at the schoolroom of the above ohapell a very successful ooncert was held. On this occasion, the programme was in the capable hands of Mr Thomas John Davies, 36, Richmond terrace, and he is to be com- plimented 0'11, its excellence. The chair was occupied 'by Mr Richard Hopkins, Avenue, who discharged his duties in a satisfactory manner. Mr Dunn Williams, G. and L., accompanied is his usual able manner. The following programme was gone through :— chairman's address; pianoforte solo, Master A. LI. Lewis, Priory street; recitation, Miss Xesta anid Master E. J. Griffiths; solo, Miss Katie Thomas, Priory street; solo, Miss Gwladys Thomas, Priory street; solo, Master Johnny Williams, 36, Priory street; recita- tion, Master T. Edwini Richards; duet, the Misses Gwen and May Davies; recitation, Miss Edith Thomas; solo, Master D. D. Thomas; pianoforte solo, Master John Davies; solo, Miss Gwladys Jones (encored); competition for cliildreni, reading a portion of Scripture, divided between Master Johnny liaims, 36, Priory street, and Master D. D. Thomas, Little W7ater street; recitation, Air .Oliver vans; solo, Miss Evans, North Parade; recitation, blaster J. Evans, Compton House; an excellent rendering of "Y r Ysgol Sul," was given by a mixed party from Priordy; impromptu speech, sub- ject, "Neighbour," prize awarded to an Old College School student, who returned the prize to the Sunday School funds soio, Mr J. Llewelyn; recitation, Miss Gwen Evans, Richmond terrace; solo Mr J. Conwil Evans; recitation, ,Master Emrvs Peregrine Evans: recitation, Master Pfecl Williams Oarne Villa; solo, Mr W. Morris, Bridge™' duet, Miss Gwldys Jones and Mr W. Dunn Williams. "Hen wlad fv nhadau," the solo bei ngtaken by Mr W. Morris. The usual volof thanks were then passed. The next programme will be in the hands of Mr Thœ. Williams, 36, Priory street, when an excel- lent programme is anticipated. SACRED CONCERT.—The second of the series of sacred concerts, held at the Salvation Army Barracks during the winter months, was held on Sunday evening lall at the above place of worship. There was a large attendance. The meeting was presided over by Mr Rees Davies, builder and contractor, St Catherine-street, who was supported by Mr Whicher, Morley-street, Captain Spratt, &o. The programme was in the capable hands of Messrs J. Meudwy Day its and D. N. Jones, both of Johnstown, and it must be admitted that it was, as seen below, an excellent programme. The committee of the Saturday evening meeting must look ahead, or else these meetings at the Barracks will place them in the shade. The accompanist was Miss Decie Jones, Union-street, who performed her part with credit to herself. The following was the programme :—Address, the Chairman, who remarked that he was pleased to have the privilege, and was highly honoured when asked, to preside over that meeting. Ho was willing to assist any good cause. He was delighted to see such a mixed congregation before him that evening, which was composed of Churchmen and Nonconformists, They had all their creeds, but it was only one Church after all. He hoped and prayed that lonjf life be extended to the Salvation Army^movement, which was doing such excellent work all over the land. After the Chairman's remarks, a hymn was given by the members (between 50 and 60 in nnmber) of Union-street Congregational Chapel, conducted by Mr D. X. Jones, Johnstown song, Miss May Evans, The Globe," Saint Catherine- street, who acquitted herself with iredit song, The Tears of the Orphan," Master Maelgwyn Davies, .5, White Mill-terrace, Johnstown (it would be waste of space to say a word of comment on the above, as the Meudwy's family are so well known aa vocalists) quartette, "There'll be fomething to do," Misses Annie Morgan, May Jones, and Blodwen Jones, of Johnstown, and Mia. Mary Evans, Union-street; song, Miss Maggie Jeremy, Parcmain-street; recitation, It Nellift's Prayer," Miss Biodwen Jones, Dark Gate (excellently rendered) recitation, The Poor Man's Grave," Mr D. Emrys Davies, 5, White Mill-terrace. Johnstown duett, What must it be to be there ?" Messrs D. N. Jones and J. Meudwy Davies, both of Johnstown song, Miss Sal Thomas, King-street; duett, Ii I surrender nIl," Miss Blouwen Jones and Mr W. Thomas, of Johnstown; song, •• Vision of the Cross," Mr J. Meudwy Davies, Johnstown quartette, Knocking, Knock- ing, Knocking," Misses Biodwen Jones, and A. Evans, and Messrs W. Thomas and D. N. Jonee, Johnstown duett, Mrs D. N. Jones and Miss A. Evans, Johnstown anthem, Union-street Chapel choir, conducted by Mr D. X. Jones, Johnstown. At this juncture the Chairman remarked that it was one of the best concerts he had ever attended at Carmarthen, and the vocalists, reciters, and more especially Union-street Chapel choir deserve the thanks of all for coming in such strong numbers to assist the Salvation Army work in Carmarthen. Every item was a credit to the performers. The audience then sang the Dcxology, and Captain Spratt pronounced the Benediction. SALVATION ASMY TBA TREAT.—On Thursday afternoon in last week, the worshippers, as well as many others, who attend at the above place were gi^en an excellent tea by Mr ?nd Mrs W. Morgan Griffiths, Lime Grove. There eat down to the tables about 100 adults and 50 children. It was universally admitted that never before have sveh palatable dainties been provided at a treat at the Salvation Army Barracks, and it is needless to say that ample justice was done to the good things provided. During the process of the tea Mr W. Morgan Giiffiths appeared on the scene, and was received with tremendous applause. lie said he was pleased to be amongst them, and he hoped that all present would thoroughly enjoy themselves. After tea each child was presented with a bag of weeta by the same generous donors. We must say that Mr and Mrs Griffiths are to be com- plimented for their kindness, and more especially for such a treat to the Salvationists, who are doing such noble work over the land. The Salvation Army is not a "split" or Pastor Howton's faith- healing movement, but a genuine Christian organisation, and is acknowledged by Conformisti ard Nonconformists as doing excellent Christian work. The tables were tastefully laid, and were uuder the supervision of thejfollowing ladies ;—Mrs W. Jenkins, Water-street Mrs Henry Thomas, Glannant-terrace Mrs Poison, Claremont Villa; Mrs W. Evatis, Blue-street; AIrs Samuel, Water- street; Mrs Williams, Red Lion Yard; Mrs H. Spurry, Parcmain-street; and Miss Hill, Little Water-street who were assisted by others. After the tables were cleared a musical evening was held Mr William Jenkins, Water-street, in the chair. The following was the programme:— Hymn prayer; Chairman's address, which referred to the kindness of Mr and Mrs Griffiths to them that afternoon. Gramaphone selection solo, Master J. Thomna; Gramophone selection recitation, Willie Thomas solo, Miss M. Harries violin solo, Mr D. Davies cornet solo, Captain H. W. Spratt; solo,. Mies M. Thomas Bible reading, Master H, Davies; gramaphone selection solo, Miss L. n 8ramaphone selection solo, Miss G, Griffiths gromaphone selection. At the close Captain Spratt thanked the Chairman, ladies, artistes, and Mr H. Hariies for the use of his gramaphone. In order to have the tea "hot," it should be that Mr D. H. Thomas, Starling Park (one of the churchwardens at Christ Church, Carmarthen), gave a present of a ton of coal to the Army, and he likewise received the warmest thanks of the meeting for hie kindness. Melus, moee eto,