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WEL 1, I 0' -1 7 THE Welsh Insurance Corporation, Ltd. Head Office HIGH STREET, CARDIFF London Office 66/67, CORNHILL, E.C. BRAN.-CREs-Carnarvon, 39 Bangor Street Hereford, 16 Widemarehi Street; Newport, Central Chambers; Merthyr, 10 Fairview Terrace; Swansea, Prudential Chambers, Castle Street. Fire, Consequential Loss Following Fire. All Sickness and Accidents. 0 Burglary. Motor Car, Plate Glass, Workmen's Compensation, Boiler 0 Explosion, etc., etc. JOHN STEPHENS, FUNERAL DIRECTOR, LONDON HOUSE, LLANDILO. Funerals Personally Conducted. Wreaths and all other requirements supplied. Telegrams—Stephens, Undertaker, Llandilo. (4304 W. S. MORRIS, WHOLESALE GROCER AND CORN MERCHANT, CARMARTHEN. Telephone, 50. Telegrams, Morris, Mer- chant, Carmarthen." SEND FR PRICE LIST. public notices, BOARD OF AGRICULTURE AND FISHERIES. LIGHT HORSE BREEDING SCHEME. CARDIGANSHIRE LIGHT HORSE COMMITTEE. The above Committee invite applications for:- 25 Free Nominations to the Welsh Cob Premium Stallion. TROTTING JACK,* the property of William Davies, Esq., Pit- tyllgwyn, Llanddewi-Brefi, Llanio Road. 23 Free Nominations to the Welsh Cob Premium Stallion. PRIDE OF BRITON," the property of Messrs. David Davieg and Sons, Blaenpistyll, Cardigan. 25 Free Nominations to the Welsh Cob Premium Stallion, DEW I WELSH KING," the property of Messrs. John Da.vies and Sons, Pant Stud Farm, Llan- ddewi-Brefi. Llaniø Road. Trotting Jack is to travel the Southern portion of the County, as far North a-s the roa leading from New Quay bo Llany- byther, via Synod Inn, Talgarreg and New Court- „ Pride of Briton will travel Mid-Cardi- ganshire as far North as the road leading from Llanrhy^tyd to Tregaron, via Cross Inn and Penuwch. Dewi Welsh King will travel all the Northern portion of the County. A Mare must be entered or accepted for entry in the Welsh Stud Boolc before it is eligible for a Free Nomination. Applications to the Secretary, from whom Forms and particulars may be obtained not later than April 12th. JOHN JONES. 4233) Cwmere Farm, Felimfach, Cards. Carmarthenshire Agricultural Society. THE ANNUAL — ENTIRE HORSE SHOW WILL BE HELD AT CARMARTHEN PARK On Saturday, 15th April, 1916 CLASSES for CARTERS (2), HACKNEYS. COBS and PONIES (2). and THOROUGH- BRED. For .further particulars, Entry Forms, etc., apply to JOHN FRANCIS, 4350) Hon. Sec., Carmarthen. Sales be auction Llanybyther Auction Mart. —— THE AUCTION MART WILL BE HELD ON MONDAY, APRIL 17, 1916 (EASTER MART) Numerous Entries of Fat and Store Cattle already received. The SALES will henceforth be con- ducted regularly on the 1IRST und THIRD MONDAYS in every month. Entries should be spnt, in efirly to Auc- tioneers' Offices, Llanybyther. FVANS BROS. and BEN. EVANS and EVANS, 4307) Auctioneers. LLANDYSSUL. EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL ENTIRE HORSE SHOW WILL BE HELD TUESDAY, APRIL 25th, 191G. 1 Particulars— JONES, 4308) Glanteify, Llandyssul. Newcastle-Emlyn Auction Mart —— BY Thomas Jones, Sons, & George AUCTIONEERS, OUR NEXT SALS will take place on FRIDAY, APRIL 14. 1916. Entries for all lands -of btock should be sent early to the Auctioneers, Garthowen, Ltandyssul. (4309 LLANYBYTHER. CARMARTHEN- SHIRE. Tt/TESSRS. BEN. EVANS & EVANS are M instructed to SELL bv AUCTION at th-> Black Lion Hotel, Llanvbyther on Aoril 3rd 1916, at 2.53 p.m.. that valuable PWaSon of Pure LARCH PITWOOD on SFNPFRKIN FARM, containing 6a. 2r. 8pewdics, exceedin fflv well ™ very convenient for removal, and 3 miles from Llanybyther Station. lurther parti- culars may be obtained from tho Auction- eers at Pencader and Carmarthen. (4259 SALE TO-MORROW. CARMARTHENSHIRE. NEAR TOWN OF CARMARTHEN. LLOYD & THOMAS are favoured with "V instructions to SELL by AUCTION at Tr»n \'v a*1 Carmarthen," on SATLRDAY, April 8th, 1916, at 2 p.m., in? Lots of very valuable TIM- 15jLK. viz, *bout 420 Oak, Ash and Alder J reetf, now standing 'and growing in a. wood on the Farm of Forest," near Van Capel, m the Parish of Llandefeilog, and G W R line9 °f Carmarthen Junction Lot 2.— About 50 Hedgerow Trees on the Farm of <• Forest." Lot 3.-About Acres of good Oak, and other heavy Pitwood, now standing and growing on the Farm of 'GOanpibwr," near Cwmffrwd, and within 1 milo of Car- marthen Junction. Lot 4.-29 Oak and 7 Ash Trees on Hedges, on the Farm of Glanpibwr." Lot 5,-About 5 acres 2 roods of good Oak Pltv.-oo(t. now standing and growing on the I arm f Danycoed," in the Parish of Merthj r, within 2 miles of Sarnau G.W R Station! an m °f Carmarthen Town 430 gmd- 0ak other X £ ltwood- now standing and growing on the Farm of Voelfach," in the Parish ?vV^:w!rlkatioiabout 4mi,e from Con- Further Particulars may be obtained of en T i°nrr9' lo Quay Street> Carmar- then- Telephone 22. (4301 SALE TO-MORROW. CARMARTHENSHIRE. COOMB ESTATE, IN THE PARISH OF LLA^GUNNOCK, Three Miles from Sarnau Station, G.W.R. Main Line. "T LO\D & THOMAS are favoured with instructions to SELL by AUCTION nf 3vn^K'?VHYl ,H?f ^marth™, SATLRDAY, April 8th, 1916, at 2 p.m wnnn °rmg LARCH PIT- °Ver JeaTS' sr#wth- and com- n n^ni'72100 Sr??d £ arch Pole9- situate in a plantation on Moelfre Farm, and on the left hand side of the road leading from Llangunnock Vicarage to Carmarthen. Lot 2.—A grand lot of 1,600 Larch, 9 Beech, 2 Ash, 3 Oak, opposite Lot 1, and on the right hand side of the road leading from LIangunnock Vicarage to Carmarthen. Lot 3. 2,000 Larch Poles, situate in a wood opposite loelfre Farmyard, and ad- jacent to Lots 1 and 2. r L°ifc 4;7A ParticuIarly fine Lot of 3,300 Larch, 66 Ash, and a quantity of other Po es situate in a wood, known as Alltv- ricketts. and near Coomb Mansion. This Lot ig situate about 3i miles from Sarnau Stat 'on. -Afr. J. Rogers, Carpenter, Coomb. Llan- io t« Carmarthen> wiU sh°w the respective Further particulars may be obtained of ii:°nA'Ki°pS l.Qu,y stteot' cisr Auction Marts BY LLOYD & THOMAS A UCTIONEER S, CARMA RTHEN. CARMARTHEN, WEDNESDAY NEXT, APRIL 12th. NBWCASTLE-EMLYN, TO-DAY (FRIDAY). APRIL 7th And FRIDAY, APRIL 21st. LLANDYSSUL, TUESDAY NEXT, APRIL 11th. The Auctioneers will be glad if Entries are sent in as early as possible. LLYSNEWYDD ESTATE. Important Sale of Standing and Fallen Timber. ESSRS. THOMAS JONES & SONS have received instructions from \V. TtV? £ a.W Squire, to SELL by PUBLIC ^^ClION at the Railway Hotel, Henllan, on WEDNESDAY, April 12, 1916, at 12 noon (subject to the usual Conditions of Sale), the following PLANTATIONS: — Lot 1. All that Oak and Ash Plantation growing- on Wuunmeirch Farm estimated at 25 acres or thereabouts, and about 3 miles from Llandvesul Station. A!' excellent Larch, Oak, Ash and Beech Timber forming the upper part of Allt Trebedw, close to Henllan Station, estimated at about 6 acres, about 80 years' growth, and varying in sizes up to 24in. quarter girt. Lot 3.—All that splendid Oak, Ash and Larch Timber, known as "Cwm Tig<r Wood close to Henllan Station, about 2 Acres in extent, measuring up to 20 inches quarter girti; Tho lower portion of Allt Trebedw from Henllan Bridge up to and including the limber marked X in white paint on the boundary is reserved. The farm bailiff v. ill show tho respective lota. Immeduately afterwards there will be SOLD at Llysnewydd the followii!r Fallen TIMBER :-12 Splendid Oak Bstts of a fin" growth and good heart, measuring up to 30 inches quarter girt: 22 Fine and Lengthy Spruce Trees varying in sizes up to 18 inches quarter g-irt, most suitable for pianka and boards 100 Lots of exceptionally fine and lengthy Larch Timber .about. 50 feet long. up to 12 inches quarter girt, well-' adapted for Hay-shed uprights Gam boos Gates and other Agricultural and Bmldin-r Purposes. The attention of Timber Ichant, Car- penters, Wheelwrights, Farmers, and others, is particularly invited to the above Sale, as such a fine lot of Timber is rarely ottered on a publio sale. Credit as Usual on Timber Said at Llysnewydd. Garthowen. Llandyssul, and Cwrtnewvdd, Llanybyther, March 27, 1916. (4295 LLANSAINT. Half-yearly meetings were held at Sinn Chapel on Sunday and Monday last. The snecial preacheir on Sunday evening was the Rev. B. Ellis Jones (of Ammanford), who. in a discourse on the Parable of the Talent?, made a striking appeal before a large and overflowing congregation to the yotinfr on the responsibilities of youth. The Rev. D. G. Owen, pastor, conducted the series of services. • COURT HENRY, GOLDEN GROVE. JOHN FRANCIS & SON are instructed to LET by AUCTION at the above place on WEDNESDAY, 12th April, 1916, about 80 Acres of Rich and Productive LAND for Hay and Grazing purposes in parcels to suit takeid* Letting to commence at 3 p.m. (4291 PARC HENIU, GOLDEN GROVE. JOHN FRANCIS & SON are instructed to LET bv AUCTION at the above place on WEDNESDAY, 12th April, 1916, about 20 Acres of Rich and Productive LAND for Hay and Grazing purposes. Letting to comrnenco at 4.30 p.m. AMMANFORD AND DISTRICT AUCTION MART AND REPOSITORY. Show and Sale, FRIDAY, APRIL 14th, 1916. -| HORSES of all Classes for Sale. AW Valuable Prizes given. Judging at 11 o'clock; Sale follows. o D. W. MORGANS & Co., Auctioneers. Offices: Ammanford and Llandilo. (3058p

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