CARMARTHEN JOURNAL. JUNE 12, 1914 SWANSEA MERCANTILE CO., Ltd., Of 18, PARK STREET, SWANSEA, Make Cash Advances from zio to £1,000 To Commercial Gentlemen, Tradesmen, Farmers, and Respectable Householders on their own Note of Hand, at a low rate of Interest. STRICTLY PRIVATE. CONFIDENTIAL. For further. particulars apply H. B. JONES, 18, Park Street, Swansea
— CARMARTHEN JOURNAL." PRINCIPAL CONTENTS of fcbia issue— Carmarthen Town Council. Archdeacon Owen Evans Resigns. Lampeter Town Council. Fat-al Accident at ConwiL Presentation at Maesteilo. The Parliamentary Machine. Aberg-wili Jotting.. Brvnamman Notes. Llith Twm Barels. Laugharne, Llanstephan, and Kidwelly Notes. Local and District Newn. Practical Farm inf. I Nofee of tha Week. Nodion o AborgwilL
I JJOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. The scale of charges for prepaid advertisements in the CABMAIITTIEN JOTIHNAL under the classes of Ittl it ion., Vacant, Saio by Private Contract, to be Let or Sold, Apartments, Lost and Found, and Miscellaneous, wdl in future bo at TELEURAil RATE. No. of One Three Six. Words. insertion. insertions. insertions. 12 0 6 10 1 9 18 0 v. 16 2 6 24 0 20 3 3 30 1 3 26 4 36 16 3 0 4 6 42 19 3 5 6 MEN-SERVANTS, HOUSEMAIDS, CUOKS, &c., or any other persons SEEKING FOR SITUATIONS, Ell a.v advertise at 20 WORDS FOR SIXPENCE. All orders for advertisements must bear the name and address of the advertiser, and must be accom- panied by remittances to cover the cost, either in HALFFEA'NV Stamps or Money Order. The Publishers do not guarantee the insertion of an advertisement in any specified issue, or at f.11, and will not be liable for any loss occasioned by the failure of an advertisement to appear in any specified issue, or at all. They also reserve the right to refuse insertion of an advertisement. Whilst great pains are taken to secure accuracy, the Publishers would impress upon advertisers the need for legible writing. In any case they inlv insert advertisements upon the condition that they do not accept responsibility for inaccuracies, nor for any consequence arising therefrom. Advertisements of the prepaid class are received up to the first post on Thursday morning for inser- tion in that week's issue. 8. King Street, London Offices, Carmarthen. 28. Shoe Lane, E.C. ZLIaiitcZ). When replying to advertisements please mention Carmarthen Journal." THE Manager of the CABMAHTHEN JOURNAL will be pleased to make an offer for any volumes of the paper, bound or otherwise. The volume for 1810 is specially wanted. WANTED, good General; assist Bar evenings. Full particulars first letter.—Mrs. Harris, Corner House Inn, LJwydcoed, Aberdare. (2107p IVfTANTED, Good Cook-Genoral.-Apply, Mrs. IV Smart. Mountain View, Kidwelly. (2129p WATED, a good General Servant.-Appl. Mrs. W Lewis Jones (Chemist), Kidwelly. (2130p WANTED immediately, thoroughly competent General, used to children. Nur=e kept.— Apply, Bryng-oleu, Esplanade, Carmarthen. (2131p WANTED, good Wheelwright: also Coach Painter, used to Lettering.—James Thomas, Treherbert, Rhondda. (2134p CATTLE FOODS.—Accents and Travellers re- quired. Good terms to capable men.—Address "Capable." JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. (2138p WANTED, good Plain Cook, wages £ 26'. 4 in family also House-Parlourmaid, wages £ 20 Goneral's might suit.—Full particulars to Mrs. Rogers, 135. Haverstoclc Hill, Hampstead, London ((Fares paid). (21461) WANTED, Carter, well used to horses, and to make himself generally useful. Outdoors; "tute wages.—Roberts, Merchant, Llandovery. INMAN.-Wanted, all- round good man for day and piece-work: also Plumber-Tinman Im- prover.—Fox. 69, Water Street. Neath. (2147p L Co ILet. I HOUSE To Let, 15. UNION STREET, CAR MARTHEN.—Apply, 2, Queen Street, Car- marthen. (2022p TO LET. or for Sale, all that Corn Mill and Saw Mill, known as FOREST MILL, Brechfa, with 17 acres. Immediate possession.—Apply, T. Bevan Arthur, Auctioneer, Carmarthen. (3096 SITTING Rpoms and Bedroom to Let for one or ks two Gentlemen, pleasantly situated; bath (hot and cold).-Apply, "G. JOURNAL Office, Carmar- then. (2114p TO LET Furnished or unfurnished, near Golf Links. and good fishing, PONTGARREG COTT.tGE, near Johnstown, Carmarthen, contain- ing 8 Rooms, large Lawn in front surrounded by trees; also cood garden; 3 minutes' walk from G.W.R. motor, and I mi! from Town.—Apply, Mrs. Howells as above. (2133p LLANDYSSUL— GLANYWERN, with Coach- L house and Stable, to be LET or SOLD, now In the occupation of Dr. A. T. Evans. Possession July 1st next.—Griffith Davies, Albion House, Llandvssul. (2135p pi ARM TO LET.—TYNYFRON, Llan> byther.- For particulars apply to J. Evans, of the same address. (2143p TO LET, "TANNERS' ARMS," near Market Place, Carmarthen; fully licensed; early PossessIOn. Buckley. Brewery, Ltd., Carmarthen. (3130 TO LET. that desirable Dwelling-House. 16 THE PARADE. CARMARTHEN. 9 Rooms iuif] Offices. Possession June 24th.—Apply. T. Bevan ^thur. Auctioneer. Carmarthen. (3165 TO LET, on yearly tenancy. Castell Gorfod Farm. St. Clears, Carmarthenshire. 162 acres, a from Michaelma- next. For rent and further Particulars apply Roder-'k and Richards, Solicitors Estate Agents. Llinelly. or John Willinnts, ♦Milan. Llanginning. St. Clears. (2145p 3for Sale RHYBUDD 0 BWYS AT BWYLLGORAU ARDDANGOSFEYDD. Sc. ellir cael 'Roll Tickets" at waaanaeth Arddan- osteydd, etc, gyda throad y poet o Swyddfa y trn a^Daart^en *J°urnal*" Gellir eu cael wedi eu j/ lr,<y "Admission, 3d., 6d., 3. ne 1/6." Prisiau Qroheb nPU 1/1. Danfoner arian gyda'r I jfor Sale FOR SALE by Private Treaty, two Leasehold Attached Villas, with Ruabon brick frontage, TANYBRYN and DUFFRYN HOUSE, Rear Ffairfach Station.—Particulars from W. Walters, Glynheulog, Ffairfach. (2128p BASIC SLAG, all grades, also Kainit, Salt, &c., delivered any station in England and Wales. —Charles Picken, Merchant, Wolverhampton. 1906p VISITING CARDS.-Ladies' size-Plain, 1/6; V Gilt-oclged, 1/9 for 50. Gent's size—Plain or (Jilt-edged, 1/6 for 50 uost free. Cash with order.—JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. Orders must be for 50 or more. BEA UTIFUL Flower Gardens, 30,000 well- hardened Bedding-out Plants, Begonias, Geraniums, Lobelia, Petunias, eto., etc.; strong; transplanted from Pots and Boxes; as- supplied during the last half century. Also Celery, Cucum- ber, Broccoli, etc. Lists frce.-Coysh, Nursery- man, Carmarthen. (2125p WE offer you value in WEDDING CARDS. Prices from 2/3 per dozen, 50 fo<: 5/9, or 100 for 9/ including Envelopes to match. We in- vite you to inspect our latest samples.— JOUKNAL, Carmarthen. T3EAT MOSS LITTER, lowest prices, delivered any station in Great Britain.—Charles Picken, Merchant, Wolverhampton. 1907p WALLPAPERS FROM 1d. PER ROLL. Any quantity, largo or small. WHOLESALE PRICES. Stock exceeds 250,000 rolls, all olassef. Write for patterns, stating class required. (Dept. 113) BARNETT WALLPAPER Co., Ltd., Knott Mill. MANCHESTER. (U65p LADIES READ THIS! Advice free for stamp Mrs. E. Stewart's Famous Female Remedy, never fails. — Address, 9, Guinea Street, Bristol. KNITTING Machines (Latest and Best) for Home Work. (Est. 1871).—W. Griffiths, 30, Queen Street, Neath. (2066p WALLPAPERS.—Special selections; low prices; patterns free; goods carriage paid mention requirements; rhoddweh gynyg i ni.—Gwalia Wall- paper Supply, Glynneath, Clarn. 2103p BICYCLES DIRECT FROM F ACTOll Y.- Y uu 13 arc safe in buying a WARWICK CYCLE. 20 years' reputation, British throughout, best value obtainable. Strong, reliable machines, which will give lasting service and satisfaction, JE3 19,. 6d. cash. Easy Terms from 8s. monthly. THREE SPEEDS, 94 19s. 6d. Fully guaranteed. Approval. Delivered free. What ot.Lers spent in advertising we give ill extra value. "(,,forv yau buy ilend for Catalogue, and sec the bargains we offer.—WAR- WICK CYCLE COMPANY (Dept. C), Birming- ham. (2087p ROLL Tickets worded Admission—3d., 6d., 1/- and 1/6" alwayp in stock at the JOURNAL Office. Prtce 1/- per 1,000, or by post 1/1. Supplied only in thousands Terms Cash with order.— JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. AGE WAR ON RATS. RODINE is the » most deadly Rat Poison. Mats like it, eat it greedily, and die on the spot. Leaves no smell No failure or trouble. Certain death. Tins 6d., 1/ 2/ 3, 5/ Post 2d. HARLEY. Chemist. Perth. Agents. —W. Lloyd, Chemist, Carmarthen; D. M. Davie*. Chemist, Llandilo; J. Nicholas, Drug Stores, Llandovery J. J1. Davies, Llnnybyther: D. Rogers. Chemist, St. Clears; D. J. Lewis, Chemist. Llandebie. SHORTHORN Calves for Rearing, from Deep. S milking Cheshire Dairy Cows by Pure-bred Bulls; quotation to any Station; no fancy prices; correspondence a pI ell; llre. Frank Dobie, Littleton, Chester. (1879 SHORTHORN CALVI' S. STRONG healthy Calres are sent carriage paid upon lot!t of two -or more to any etation in your district. Bred from large-framed Shorthorn tirps and dame. Full of hair and bone. Un- doubtedly the bt-st obtainable. No fanoy prices. For price list and book of testimonials, apply Fred B. Gill, Wynngate, Whitchurch, Salop. (2139p flfousical instruments D. J. SNELL'S ANNOUNCEMENTS. "I3IANOS AND ORGANS.—New and Second- hand by all the leading makers from £ 5 up- wards. Lists free.—D. J. Snell, High Street Arcade, Swansea. RAMAPHONES. from 21/ New Double-sided G records from is. Id. each. Thousands of Re- cords in Stock to select from.-D. J. Snell, High Street Arcade, Swansea Xost all;) found LOST, Cross-bred Collie Bitch, white band round J neck, tip of tail white. Answer to name Fan. — Davies. Golden Grove Arms. Llanartlmey. (2140p STRAYED at Blaencwm. Llansawel, since first S week in Mav one Cross-bred Ewe.-Davies. (2144p iftiiaiictat £ 10 to ;Elo,ooo To Lend by the Oldest "rest of England Firm, F. Lawrence Ltd., Oil written promise to repay Life Policies, Furniture. Farm Stock, or other security. Principal remains, or can be repaid by easy instalments Promptness and privacy. A gentleman will call and hand you cash at your house if desired Distance no object. Do not expose your requirements locally.' Write E. VICTOR HAMILTON, Don Chambers, Wine Street Bristol lONDON & PROVINCES DISCOUNT CO, J LTD. IMMEDIATE CASH ADVANCES. £10 to £ 1,000 I are privately oompleted at 24 hours' notice on your simple promise to repay, without preliminary fees. Call or write to the Manager, W. SHIRLEY, 48, Stokee Croft, BristoL icfrucatijcw 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, Cambridge. Fees, J61 9s. per term. Reduction when there are two or more children from the same family. The Term began Wednesday, April 29th. HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. CARMARTHEN. President of the Council: THE LUlw BISHOP OF ST. DAVID'S. 1319AD MISTRESR- Miss El.,T. SUTTON. B.A., Honours London University (First Class in Classics). THE Scheol gives an Excellent Education on very~ Moderate Terms. Admirable Accommodation for Boarders. Pupils prepared for LONDON MATRICULA- TION and other Public Examinations. Boys as well as girls can be received in the Pre- paratory Class and the KINDERGARTEN DE. PARTMENT. The Term began Thursday, April 30th. For full particulars apply to the Head Mistress. PRIVATE Lessons in Shorthand and Typewriting given.-Apply, JOUBNAL Office. (1820 TO PARENTS.—Tho railway companies are be- ginning to take on girls as shorthand writers and typists, and thus a new and extensive field of opportunity is opened up for parents who are in difficulty as to what occupation to give their daughters. Those who wish to get girls thoroughly and speedily prepared for these posts should apply to the Manager, JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. (1891 0 Y A L A C AD E M Y OF M U S I C I York Gate, Ma.rylcbone Road, N.W. Instituted 1822. Incorporated by Royal Charter 1830. THE METROPOLITAN EXAMINATION OF MUSICAL COMPOSERS, PERFORMERS, and TEACHERS. Successful Candidates are created LICENTIATES of the ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC, and have the sole right of appending the letters L.R.A.M. to their names. Tho Examinations are held during the Summer and Christmas Vacations. Last day for olitry for the September Examination, 30th June, 1914. Syllabus, entry form, and all further Information may bo obtained on application to T. S. Puaji4 combe. Esq., 102, Lammas Street, Carmarthen, Hon. Local Representative; or to F. W. Renaut, Secretary. "I yiii j THjjjQW' THE BLACK ENAMEL WITH THE W- SOFT RICH LUS t For Grates, Bicycles, Sewing B Machines, Railings and all t w Iron Work. More useful j H t t than any other. 2d., 4d., 2 iLfe and 6d. per tin; 1/lOg per RnHk quart. 3/6 per g-Gallon of all H W Ironmongers, Stores, etc. IS S JAMES RUDMAN, ~Jm Manufacturer of 'Cambrian' Paints, BRISTOL. JAMES JONES & SONS, BILLPOSTERS, KIDWELLY Billposting executed throughout the neighbouring Villages and Gwen- draeth Valley. 1-1 CARMARTHEN gILLPOSTING Co. STAFFORD HOUSE, NOTT SQUARE, CARMARTHEN. 10ILLPOSTING and Advertising in all its Branches throughout the Counties of Carmar- then, Pembroke, and Cardigan. (Please note change of address). W. S. lVIoRRIS, Wholesale Grocer, Flour & Seed Merchant, 25, BRIDGE STREET. CARMARTHEN, Nat. Telephone, 50. Telegram, "Morris, Merchant, Carmarthen. —— SEND FOR PRICE LIST. COM FORT -.— IN —- SUMMER. COOK BY GAS I For Pai ticulars apply 10- Carmarthen Gas Co. FOR CHEAP & ARTISTIC PRINTING GO TO "JOURNAL" OFFICE, CARMARTHEN! Welsh flannel and Hosiery Depot. DAVID LEWIS 13, John Street (E;\R TIlE :\L\J\],FT). CARMARTHEN. DURABILITY FLYNPURITY 0 NVe Stock the Celebrated OAK TREE HOSIERY & UNDERWEAR ■ 3142] A VISIT RESPECTFULL Y SOLICITED. 4§l81p#\ i W&IW ■ The Welsk Insurance Corporation, Ltd* | Head Office: 22, HIGH STREET, CARDIFF. Offer to Freeholders who own their Houses am Farms. Excellent Tct msf or Insurances against Fire,Employer s Liability, Live Stocli, \'c., Risks. 1 | ALL CLASSES OF INSURANCE TRANSACTED. DIRECTORS. JSik GAR-ROD THOMAS, M.D., D.L., P., Newport (Chairman), Director South Wales Brattice Cloth and India Rubber Co., Ltd. | COh J. A. RRADNEY, C.B., D.L., Taly- coed Court, Monmouth. DELME DAYIEK-EVAXS, J.P., Llandilo (Manager Lloyds Bank. Ltd.) ELLIS W. DAVIES, M.P., Carnarvon (Ellis Davies, Jones & Jones, Solicitors). AN-. II. EDWARDS, J.P.. Swansea (Pro- prietor DyffVyn Tinplate \Vorks, Mor- riston). L. FORESTIER-WALKER, J.P., New- port, Director Alexandra (Newport and S. Wales) Docks and Railway Co., Ltd.) ALJDF.KMAX W. JONES, J.P., Amman- ford, Chairman Rhos Colliery, Ltd W\ ^-ENEAS MACK AY, General Manager London and Lancashire Life and General Assurance Association. Ltd., tiG and (ï I Cornhill, London, E.C. CAI-T. D. HUGHES MORGAN, J.P., Penally, R.S.O., Pem., Director "Western "\Iail," Cardiff. COL. E. PRYCE JONES, M.P., J.P., D.L., Newtown, Managing Director Pryce- Jones, Ltd. CLAUDE n. THOMPSON. J.P., Wenvoe, Cardiff. The Local Directors will be glad to advise about all descriptions of insurance. Swansea Office—17, WIND STREET. Carmarthen Representative-Mr. LEONARD EVANS, Mansel Street, Carmarthen. "HAPPINESS IN THE HOME." A PIANO FOR 10s 6D. On Payment of this Small Deposit A FIRST-CLASS PIANO OF GENUINE ENGLISH MANUFACTURE, will be sent CARRIAGE PAID, to any address. And on payment of a similar amount monthly for a given period, will become the ahsolute property of the Hirer. Thompson & Shackell, Ltd., Thv Estey Organ Agency and Brinsm^ad Piano npot CASH. -FULL- VALUIJE ALL ED FOR OLD PIANOS P,. AX_g 14 OE- &no, 'Hum A r, F- Wr 5 FOR -KAPS PIANOS TH F:STEY ORGAIVS rbe lea HAIKE;'S AP'LL fflo CO#T7P VOL15H Ond vi fO Local Address -39, Castle Street, Swansea; 60, Stepney Street, Llanelly. PICTURED HOME- CARMARTHEN, SATURDAYS—2.30, 6.30, and 8.30 p.m. THURSDAYS—6.3C and 8.30 paa. OTHER DAYS-Sp.m. MONDAY, JUNE loth, a Beautifully Coloured Two-part Gaumom Feature Drama. At the Hour of Dawn, depicting the triumph and fall of a Lordly Brigand. The dresses and setting of this Photoplay are splendid. And The Gunmaker of MOSCOW, an extremely dramatic tale of plots and counterplots in which Peter the Great is involved, in two parrs. THURSDAY, JUNE 18th, Pathe's Great Three-part Detective Drama, Nick Winter aDd the MASKED THIEVES. The inimitable Detective is here engaged in unravelling all affair which present* a barrier of mystery. Step by stop we watch him fight his way through counterplots traps and ambushes. The solution is a triumph of courage and ingenuity. And Love Con- i quers Vice, or THIEVES AND THE CROSS-, a Powerfai Two-part I Feature Drama by Rex. PATHE GAZETTE OF THE LATEST EVENTS AND OTHER HIGHLY INTERESTING PICTURES IN ADDITION EACH EVENING | ADMISSION—3d.. 6d., 9d. Children-2d., Id., 4d. Saturday Afternoons for Ciiildren-ld, Si., id. MARQUEES And Complete Catering Outfits Oil Hire. CROWN RESTAURANT, "cISkrH. JOHN COLBY EVANS Lare Manager at Mrs. Phillips, Dark Gate. Carmarthen) Begs to inform the Inhabitants and Public generally that he has OPENED BUSINESS in General House Furnishing nd Builders' Ironmongery 22, LAMMAS STREET, CARMARTHEN (Between the Boar s Head Hotel and" \Velshma.n Oriice) where by personal and prompt attention to all orders, he hopes to receive share of their patronage. public notices TOWY FISHERY DISTRICT. NOTICE IS iTRREJBv GIVEN a at the expira- tion o £ one month from the under-mentioned date the Board of Conservators of the above Dis- trict will apply to the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries for confirmation of a bye-law amending the existing bye-taw with respect to the taking or killing of trout in a cerain part of the River Towy under the Salmon and Freshwater Fisheries Acts 1861 to 1892. A copy of the said Bye-law is kept at the office of the said Board of Conservators, 4. Saint Mary Street. Carmarthen, and all persons may at all reasonable times inspect such copy without fee or reward and the Board will furnish every person who shall apply for the same with a copy thereof or any part thereof on payment of one penny. Dated this 22nd dav of May, 1914. C. H. MORGAN GRIFFITHS. Saint Mary Street, Carmarthen (Solicitor), Clerk to the said Board of Conservators. (3121 CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION FORTHCOMING EXAMINATION —SECOND Class Clerkships. National HeahS Insurance Commission (Wales) (20-25), 18th June. The date speoified is the latest at which appli- cations can be received. They must b- made on forms to be obtained, with particulars, from the Secretary. Civil Service Commission, Bur'ingtcn Gardens, London, W. (3139 CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION. FORTHCOMING EXAMINATION .WISM* F Clerkships (Abstractor Class) National Health Insurance Commission. Wales (17—18). 1st July. Tin- date specified I- The latest at which applica- tions can be received. They must be made on forma to be obtained, with particulars, from the Secretary, Civil Service Commission. Burlinpton Gardens, London. W. (3157 JOTNT COUNTIES' ASYLUM. CARMARTHEN. TO BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS. ERECTION OF A LAUNDRY BLOCK. THE Committee of Visitors of the Joint Counties Lunatic Asylum at Carmarthen invite TENDERS for the erection of a NEW LAUNDRY at the said Asylum according to Plans and Specifi- cation prepared by the Architects, Messrs. George Morgan and Son, 24, King Street. Carmarthen. BUILDERS desirous of tendering must send in their names and addresses to the Undersigned on or before the 27th day of June. 1914. with a deposit of jM 3s. ad.. when a copy of the Bills of Quantities and a Form of Tender "ill be forwarded, but the deposit will be returned upon the receipt of a bona- fide Tender. Builders applying tr Quantities must also. at the wime time, send a statement containing parti- culars of recent works carried out by them. and the Contractor whose Tender is accepted will be re- quired to enter into a Contract provisional upon the approval of the Board of Control and to obtain a sufficient Policy of Guarantee for the due perform- ance of the worl The Plans and can be seen at the Office of the ARCHITECTS, or at the ASYLUM. after the Quantities have been sent out. between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.. whilst Sealed Tenders on the forms provided, marked outside "Tender for New T-iundrv," are to lie delhered to me on or before the 15th day of July, 1914. The Committee of Visitors do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or anv other Tender. W. T. WALLIS-JONES. Clerk to the Visitors. 34. Qunv Street. Carmarthen, 11th June. 1914. (3161 THE POISONS AND PHARM ACY ACT. I&OB.- I. EVAN TALOG DAVIES. of The Em- porium. Llanste.phan. HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I intend applying to the Carmarthenshire Countv Council for a licence under the above Act. EVAN T ALOG DAVIES. Dated 6th June, 1914. (2141p 1 CARMARTHENSHIRE. il ID SUMMER QUARTER <ESSION>. NUTICE IS HEREBY OIAEN that a. Court of General Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the County of Carmarthen will be holden and kept at the SHIRE HALL, CARMARTHEN, on FRIDAY, the 3rd day of July next, at 11.15 o'clock in the forenoon, at which hour the name- of the Grand Jurors will be called over. At 11.30 a.m. the Coun will take County Busi- at the conclusion of which the trial of Prisoners and Defendants and the he-arin.gr of Appeals and Motions will be proceeded with: and on the day and at the hour first above mentioned all Grand and Petit Jurors are requested to attend and answer to their names, and the Magistrate- of the County are requested to cause all depositions relating to eases sent- for trial at these Sessions- to be transmitted to the Clerk of the Peace on or before the 24th dav of June instant, and in all cases nri-ins- subsequent;v immediately after being taken. J. W. NICHOLAS. Clerk of the Peace. County Offices. Carmarthen. 9th June. 1914. (3164 CARMARTHEN SHIRE COUNCIL. j EDUCATION COMMITTEE. TENDERS are invited for Painting anc Colouring- A at the following Schools :— CARMARTHEN UNION.—Cefneitliin. Mae-sybont, Mydrim. LLANDILO UNION.-Ffairfach. NEWCASTLE ElLY UNION.— Penc&der. LLANELLY UNION.—Castle. Llansaint. Fn:O\ Roads. Pembrey, Trimsaran. Specifications may be seen on application to tlj" Head Teachers or at the office of the County Architect. | Sealed and Endorsed Tenders are to be wehvered to J. W. Nicholas. Esq., County Education Offices, Carmarthen, on or before Wednesday, July 1st. 1914. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. W. YIXCEXT MORGAN. A.R.I.B.A., County Architect. County Offices. Carmarthen. (3163 RE EVAN HEFIN EDWARDS. DECEASED. Pursuant to the Statute 22 and 23 Vict, cap 35, tn- tituled "An Act to further amend the Law of Property and to relieve Trustees." NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all Creditors and other persons having any claims or demands upon or against the Estate of Evan Hefin Edwards, of Vine Cottage, Llang-adock, in the County of Carmarthen. Farmer, deceased (who died on the 26th day of April. 1914. and Letters of Administra- tion to whose estate and effects were granted to Sarah Edwards, of Vine Cottage, Uangadock, aforesaid, the Administratrix therein named, on the 16th day of May, 1914, in the Principal Registry of the Probate Division of the High Court of Jus- tice). are HEREBY required to send in writing the particulars of their claims or demands to the under- signed Solicitor for the said Administratrix on t>ir before the 14t.h day of July. 1914. after whieh dar<> the said Administratrix will proceed to distribute the 11,,d;; of the suul Evan Hefin Edwards, de- ceased, amongst the parties entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of whioh she shall b&vo had notice, and that she will not be liable for the assets or any part thereof so distributed to any person of whose claim she shall not then have had notice. Dated this 8th day of June, 1914. THOMAS PHILLIPS. Llandovery, Carmarthenshire, 3166) Solicitor for the aid Administratrix.