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Henry Thomas & Sons Beg to inform the Public that they have just received a delivery of the latest productions in Costumes, Coats, Frocks, and ,I Millinery for the coming season. The materials employed are thoroughly reliable, and the cut and workmanship throughout is excel- lent. An early visit is desirable to appreciate the full extent of our selection. 2, Guildhall Square, Agents for- Carmarthen. Burberry s Raincoats.. Achille Serre—Dyers and Dry Cleaners. A. H. STOODLEY Electrical Engineer and Contractor Barn Road, Carmarthen. Electric Lighting and Power, Private Plants, Bells and Telephone a speciality. All business will receive personal, and prompt attention. THE PRINCE OF WALES'S FUND OWN PATRIOTIC SONG, "The Homes they Leave Behind." Music by Walter Rubens. Words by Harold Begbie. The entire profits of this Song will be devoted to the National Relief Fund and the Variety Artistes' Benevolent Fund and Institution, the former receiving 75 per cent., the latter 25 per cent. THE HOMES THEY LEAVE BEHIND." Will you help them by purchasing the Song ? Price 1/1 post free. Band parts are published at the nominal charge of 2/- net by the Publishers of the Song, Enoch & Sons, 14 & 14a, Great Marlborough Street, London, W. J. cl" _.l¥( § FRESH GARDEN SEEDS S Grow More Vegetables this Year. j§§| With all foods advancing in price, it is recom- mended that greater attention be paid to the culti- fajjfe vation of vegetables. Most vegetables are, with a little care and attention, very easy to grow, and as long as the seeds are FRESH and of good VSP germinating quality, the few pence-worth of seeds £ flE& usually required to sow a garden is well worth |§1P> the outlay when compared with the value of rWfJ vegetables grown. Besides, you can then be sure iSpf that your vegetables are fresh, whenever you want fegp? All seeds at Towy Pharmacy, the Noted Wn House for Garden Seeds, are perfectly fresh and JjjJf sound, and they are of high germinating quality, as experiments carried out before ordering have proved. Buy them there, because you can be frff" |3g| certain they are the best. l9j& Special Low Prices to Wholesale Buyers. riMd # A. I. JONES, M.P.S. (S1THREES? S* HI Qualified Pharmacist, Optician & Seedsman, 16, LAMMAS STREET, CARMARTHEN. gj| public notices SEASON 1915. CARMARTHENSHIRE SHIRE HORSE SOCIETY THE undermentioned Shke Horses will travel Carmarthenshire, and will «be available during the coming Season:— AMPORT SPARK (26975) Sire-Halstead Plantagenet (22412) by Nailstone Coeur-de-Lion IV. (11233) by Hitchin Con- queror (4458) by William the Conqueror (2343 • Dam-4214 Brigstock Beauty by Eastoft Lad (14019). G Dam—Bonny by Dunsmore Forester (16129) by 'Dunsmore Forest King (13019). Third at the London Shire Horse Show, 1914. FEE B2 10s. Od. ADMIRAL BOSCO (26958) Sire—Holker Laureate (22449) by Stolmine Premier (14877). Dam-46876 Annabella (Vol. xxvii.) by Warton Drayman (19223) by Royal Victor II. (16373). G Dam-40716 Annabel (Vol. xxv.) by Androcles (16489). FEE B2 10s. Od. For further particulars apply to JOHN FRATsCTS, The Mount, Carmarthen. SEASON 1915. CARMARTHENSHIRE STUD CO., LTD. TO travel Carmarthenshire during the coming Season— ROYAL GEN III. (28732) Sire-Glen Royal II. (21466) by Caldwich Blend (17226) by Harold (3703). Dam-45328 Islip Maude (Vol. xxvi.). FEE £22s. Od. For further particulars and Cards, apply JOHN FRANCIS, The Mount, Carmarthen. RE WILLIAM THOMAS, LATE OF THE BUN- GALOW, LLANDDAROG, CARMARTHEN- SHIRE, DECEASED. ALL persons having any claims against the Estate of the above-named deceased are required to send full particulars thereof before the 21st day of April, 1915, to MORGAN GRIFFITHS, SON & PROSSER, St. Mary Street, Carmarthen, 3671) Solicitors for the Executors. GOVERNMENT LIGHT HORSE BREEDING SCHEME SEASON 1915. TO SERVE THIS SEASON THAT THOROUGH- JL BRED STALLION, "SYSONBY" Winner of KING'S PREMIUM of JB150 at Islington, 1915. OWNERS I MEssits. J. F. REES and W. V. HOWELL THOMAS, CABMABTHEN. SYSONBY" will serve Half-bred Mares at 21 2s. 6d. Thoroughbred Mares at 6 Guineas. SYSONBY is by Melton (winner of the Derby and St. Leger) out of Go Swiftly by Orme out of Go Lightly by Galopin (winner of the Derby). Melton by Master Kildare out of Violet Melrose by Scottish Chief out of Violet by Thormanby (winner of the Derby). SYSONBY" is a powerful, short-legged bay horses, full of quality, with well-balanced shoulders, a very good back, and a deep barrel standing 16 hands 1 inch high on capital legs and feet. He is a beautiful mover, has a very good temper, and is absolutely sound. SYSONBY is a winner of races, including the Chaplin Stakes at Lincoln. SYSONBY will travel Carmarthenshire, and will attend Carmarthen, Whitland, St. Clears, Llan- dilo, etc., throughout the Season, and will attend Lampeter once a fortnight. The Owners will not be answerable for any injury or accident to Mares. Good Accommodation for Mares:—Mares in foal, 7/6; Barren Mares, 6(- per week. Hay and Corn if ordered. Nominations may be obtained from the following gentlemenMB. R. H. HARRIES, The Croft, St. Clears; MR. E. JONES, Manoravon, Llandilo; MR. D. H. THOMAS, Starling Park, Carmarthen. 9669 NOTICE. ANY person or persons found on the Tin-Works Premises after this date will be prosecuted. By Order, T. REES DAVIES, Agent. Whitland Abbey Estate Office, Whitland. (3669 TIVY SIDE HORSE SHOW At NEWCASTLE-EMLYN On FRIDAY, APRIL 30th, 1915. Cash Prizes and Five Silver Cups and Medals. CLASSES. ENTIRES. Class I.-For the best Entire Cart Horse. 1st Prize, £ 2 2s.; 2nd do., 21 Is. Entrance Fee, 3s. 6d. Class 2.—For the best Entire Hackney over 15 h.h. 1st Prize, 92 2s.; 2nd do., JB1 Is. Entrance Fee, 3s. 6d. Class 3.—For the best Entire Cob or Pony not exceeding 15 h.h. 1st Prize, f,2 2s.; 2nd do., JB1 Is. Entrance Fee, 3s. 6d. Class 4.—For the best Entire Thoroughbred. First Prize, £1 Is. Entrance Fee, 3s. 6d. CARTER CLASSES. Class 5.—For the best Yearling Colt or Gelding or Filly not exceeding two years old. 1st Prize, JS2; 2nd do., £ 1; 3rd do., 10s. Entrance Fee, 3s. 6d. Class 6.—For the best Mare or Gelding three years old and over. 1st Prize, £ 2; 2nd do., JB1; 3rd do., 10s. Entrance Fee, 3s. 6d. Class 7.—For the best Exhibit in Classes 5 and 5 SILVER CUP. Entrance Fee, Is. LIGHT HORSE CLASSES. Class 8.—For the best Mare or Gelding any age or height to be shown in hand. 1st Prize, E2; 2nd do., El; 3rd do., 10s. Entrance Fee, 3s. 6d. Class 9.—For the best Mare or Gelding any age or height to be shown in harness. 1st Prize, JB2; 2nd do., J31; 3rd do., 10s. Entrance Fee, 3s. 6d. Class 10.-SILVER CUP, VALUE TEN GRINEAS, for the best Exhibits in Classes 8 and 9. Entrance Fee, Is. Class 11.—For the best Hackney or Pony Mare, Filly or Filly Foal registered or eligible for regis- tration in the Hackney Stud Book, SILVER MEDAL. Class 12.— SILVER MEDAL and Illustrated Certifi- cate of the Welsh Pony and Cob Society, for the best Stallion, Mare, Filly or Filly Foal registered or eligible for registration in the Society's Stud Book. Class 13.—Musical Chair Competition. 1st Prize, Z2 and SILVER CUP; 2nd do., 21; 3rd do., 10s. En- trance Fee, 2s. 6d. Entry Forms on application to H. GRIFFITH, Laurels, Dinas Powis, or National Provincial Bank, Ltd., Newcastle- Emlyn, or Cardigan. CHEAP FARES AT MARKET RATES FROM ALL LOCAL STATIONS. Preliminary Notice. THE NEW QUAY AND DISTRICT Agricultural Show WILL BE HELD On THURSDAY, AUGUST 5th 1915. SHEEP DOG TRIALS WILL ALSO BE HELD. The next Meeting will be held on Thursday evening, May 6th, at 7.30 p.m. (3670 LLANDYSSUL. THE SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL ENTIRE HORSE SHOW WILL BE HELD On Tuesday, April 27th, 1915 MARKET DAY. Full Particulars, THOS. JONES, Hon. Sec., Glanteify, 3682), Llandyssul. NOTICE OF AUDIT. LLANDYSSUL RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Half- yearly Statements of the Accounts of this Rural District Council for the Half-year ended the 30th day of September, 1914, together with the respective Books of Account, will, on the Sixth day of May, 1915, be deposited at Number 12, Lincoln Street, Llandyssul and such Statements and Books of Account will be open to be inspected, examined, and copied by any Ratepayers in the District of the said Council, at any reasonable hour in the daytime when the Council is not sitting, until the Four- teenth day of May, 1915, and that on the last-men- tioned day, at the hour of 12 o'clock noon, the Accounts of the said Rural District Council will be auaited by J. E. Pughe-Jones, Esqre., the District Auditor, at The Board Room, Union Workhouse, Newcastle-Emlyn, when and where every such Rate- payer 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 and determined by the Auditor. Dated the 9th day of April, 1915. JOHN "EVANS, Clerk to the Llandyssul Rural District Council. (3676 Sales Eg Buctton LAMPETER AUCTION MART THE NEXT SALE WILL BE BELD On Tuesday, April 20th, 1915 DANIEL 1. REES, 3681) Auctioneer. CLEAR-OUT SALE AT CLIFTON HOUSE, PONTYBEREM. Distant about 5 minutes' walk from Pontyberem Station. JOHN FRANCIS & SON have been instructed by Dr. Gott (who is leaving the neighbour- hood) to SELL by AUCTION, at the above place, on SATURDAY, 24th April, 1915, the whole of the valuable Household and Antique Furniture, Glass, China, Cutlery, Electro-plate. A portion of the Furniture comprises a handsome suite of solid OAK Dining Room Furniture, OAK BUREAU, OAK Hall Stand, OAK Hall Chairs, Large and small OAK Bedsteads, Axminster Carpets, OAK Bedroom Suite, and a large number of useful lots too numer- ous to particularise. Sale to commence at 3 p.m. TERMS-CASH. GLANGWILI ESTATE, LLANLLAWDDOG, CARMARTHENSHIRE. JOHN FRANCIS & SON will LET by AUC- TION, at the above place, on FRIDAY, 23rd April, 1915, about 60 Acres of very Rich and Pro- ductive LAND, which will be let in parcels to suit takers. Letting to commence at 3 p.m.

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