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ICarmarthen Board of Guardians.

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Whitland Rural District Council.

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Temperance Meeting at Carmarthen.

IEnglish Wesleyan Sunday School

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FOR OLD AND YOUNG. MORTIMER'S COUGH MIXTURE FOR COUGHS, COLDS, WHOOPIMG COUGH, ETC., ETC —— OVER —— 70 YEARS REPUTATION IN THIS DISTRICT. THIS CELEBRATED WELSH REMED-Y Is now put up in cartons (securely packed for transmission to all parts of the world), and contains a Pamphlet, written by an eminent Medical Authority, dealing with the various beneficial uses of this specific. Price Is lid and 2s 9d per bottle. Ihe larger bottle is by far the cheapest. I RAMA, LLANDEFEILOG. TEA PARTY.-On, Tuesday afternoon the 4th ilnst., at the above chapel, the customary Band of Hope tea party was held. The tables were as usual loaded iwiith good things, and beautifully decorated with flowers" and the youngsters of the Sunday School, with a good number of older -members of the church, paid the best kind of compliment to the ladies who had prepared and organised the tea, by helping themselves liberally to the eastabies-In the, evening, a most enjoyable liiteral meeting was held. The chair wiaa occupied by Mr John Jones, Coed bach, who in a very eloqueart address, congratulated the Society on the, progress At had made during the short time At had been in existence, dwell inig mostly on the importance of example in training the young. The meetinig was con- ducted iby the Rev J. P. minister. Songs and recitations were contributed by the following:—Solos, by Ed. Thomas, Thomas, Haounah Thomas, Mary Jones, John Jones, Mary J. Jones, Esther Thomas, Alex. Jones, Mary Anna Jone, Miss Ray Jones (Black Lion, Miss Anrnie Davies (Lbvynhelig) and Mr Ben Morgan, Croesyceilog. Recita- tions, by Mary Jaaie Jones, Rachel Davies, lEatther Thomas, Jolitniny Thomas, Hannah Thomas, David Jones, Owen Thomas, John E. Daviies, Mary Davies, Johm Jones (Green Hill), Dan Harries (Pentrepoeth), Susannah Daries, David Tom Davies, Emma Jones. The Rama Choir under the coaiductoriship of Mr Morris Davies; quatrertte, by Mr John Bowen and friends; duet by Mr David Evans and friend; dialogues, by Miss Hannah Davies and friend; also by Mr John Davies and friend. Both speakers and simgers were loudly applauded. After the usual votes of thanks, the singing of Hem Wlad fy, Nhadau brought the meeting to a close. FOR THK BLOOD IS THE LIFE. —Clarke's world- famed Blood Mixture is warranted to cleanses the blood from all impur5ties, from whatever cause antkag For scrofula, scurvy, eczema, skin and blood d if eases. Pimples, and sores of all kinds, its effects are mar- vellous Tbousandaof testimonials. In bottles, 2s 9d and 118 each, of all chemists. Proprisiois, Lincoln and Midland Counties Drug Company Lincoln. Ask for Clarke's Blood Mixture and do not be persuaded to take any imitation.

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