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.¡_ml AAT 7 j »i iMiimiiimMMnii n m in ■■ n inn 11 mwTn~i 11 111 11 rrninn—1T—IT J SWANSEA'S | I GREAT WINTER SALE. I m 1 BEN EI VANS & Go. 1 a m H Beg to announce that |||J 1 THEIR SALE OF WINTER GOODS If! w Will commence on JJ FRIDAY, JANUARY 5th, to j|| When many remarkable BARGAINS will be offered in 1m 1 Each of the 35 Departments. [I » No catalogue will be issued for the Sale, but jjUjj UJ Customers will find by paying a Personal |U HI Visit to the Stores— IMI 1} A very Large and Varied Stock of B p Merchandise at Greatly Reduced lgj 1 Prices. | I I 8 No Goods can be Telegrams: B ii sent on approval Post Orders taken Evans, Swansea. |§ U during the First in Rotation. Telephone: il I during the First in Rotation. Telephone: il H few days. 1015 Central. g Sj l[|| g ||J a Ben. Evans & Co., Ltd., Swansea. « LM M- a OD, 90 FURNISH YOUR HOME AT HERBERT JONES & Co. A large stock to select from of New and Up-to- date Goods. Bedroom Suites of every kind. Bedsteads in endless variety. Drawing and Dining Room Furniture. Carpets & Linoleums in all Colours and Designs. Curtains, China, Glass, Ironmongery, Clocks and Watches. In fact, everything necessary for the Complete Furnishing of the Home. v: .1 <='"• ■' :v INSPECTION INVITED. SHOWROOMS: 46, KING STREET. FACTORY: WOODS ROW, CARMARTHEN. x Tin BMPIBB THEATRE, Carmarthen. < Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, Her Greatest Sacrifice, A STORY OF TO-DAY. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, A Woman's Temptation A Marvellous William Fox Production, based on Tolstoy's Famous Novel, "Anna Karenina." Cheap and Artistic Printing Executed at the Journal" Office, Carmarthen. ESTIMATES FREE. 207th Year of the CTTM fire U J^J OFFICE. FOUNDED 1710. The Oldest Insurance Office in the World. j ;'¡.If}: 1. "). Il"(- Insurances effected on the following risks: FIRE DAMAGE: Resultant Loss of Rent and Profits. Employers' Liability Sickness & Disease, and Workmen's u,„.„iQT.. Compensation, Burglar,. Plate Glass, Fidelity Guarantee, Domestic Servants, I Personal Accident. For partimlu/rs tpp^y to the following A,gents: Ammanford-Mr. David Arthur Fox. Carmarthen—Messrs. John Francis and 800. Dolfallt-Mr. David Thomas. Garnant-Mr. Rees Davies, Brynteg. Llandilo-Mr. W. D. Jenkins, George Street. Llandovery—Mr. Thomas Phillips. Henry Jones. Llanybyther-Mr. David Thomas, Blaen. hirbant. Llandyssul-Mr. J. R. Harris. Lampoter-Mr. W. Davies, 26, Bryn Road. Lampeter—Mr. H. W. Howell. New Quay-Mr. D. Meredith Jones. Pantyffynnon-Mr. David Francis. Sarnau—Mr. J. Nicholas. Talsarn-Mr. Llewelyn Davies. T- RE"i pASGUM ldoes cure Corns IT has cured thousands. It is easy to use and gives ease to you quickly. In a few days you can pick out the corn quite painlessly with the finger nail. You needn't have another, with proper footwear. Pasgum cures old corns or new ones; bigones or small ones; whether they be hard or soft. Pounds worth of relief for coppers in cost. ONLY Tgd. per Bottle at 2 A. I. JONES, M.P.S., Towy Pharmacy. Carmarthen. THE LATE JOHN EVANS, Deceased, MOUNT SYNOD INN. LL persons having any claim against the Estate of the above should send in particulars to us before January 6th, IPli, after \\hÍch date no claim can be en- tertained. THOMAS JONES & SONS, Auctioneers. A:36-29 12) Garthcwen, Lla^d^ssul. MR. HAROLD MALKIN, F.R.C.O., A.R.C.M., L.Mas., T.C.L. IESSONS given in Pianoforte and Organ -t Playing, Singing, Harmony and Coun- terpoint, etc. Pupils preparer' for all the recognised Examinations. Successes include eight pupils who have obtained the A.T.C.L. Diploma. 7, Esplanade. Carmarthen. CARMARTHEN SCHOOL OF ART. THE next Term will begin MONDAY, the 8th of JANUARY. <L218 Sales by Huction, THE following Attractive Freehold Pro- perty will be offered for SAI.E by PUBLIC AUCTION at the Angel Hotel, Cardigan, on SATURDAY, the 13th day of JANUARY, 1917, a 2 p.m., sabject to a very low Reserve, the commodious Resi- dence with substantial Stables and Farm BviloSngs, two Model Cottages, and 46 acres of Land of tenowned agricultural quality, called CAER MARIA, foimerly lmowr, as Noyadd Wilyn, situate 1- miles from the to$yn of Cardigan, on the main road leading' from Cardigan to New- castle-Emlyn. The Residence contains three inception rooms, twelve bedrooms, large conservatory and out-offices and stands in a commanding position surrounded by delightful grounds and gardens. For further particulars apply to the Auc- tioneer, Mr. John Evans, High Street, Car- digan or Mc-esre. Morgan and Richardson, S< licrtors, Cardigan. (A143—5:1 PARISH OF LLAN'ULWNI. CARMARTHENSHIRE. To Timber Merchants, Colliery Proprietors, and others. BEN EVANS & EVANS have been in- structed to offer for SALE at the Black Lion Hotel, Llar.ybyther, on MON. DAY, JANt ARY 15th, 1917, at 2 p.m., about 24 acres of well-grown Larch, Spruce, and Oak Timber Pitwood, in 8 Lots, situate on the Maesycrugiau Manor Estate. All the Lots ars approached by good hard roads, and are within a mile of Maosyciugiau Station. G.W R. Particulars and Conditions of Sale from the Auctioneers at Pencader and Carmar- then. (A 41-12 -1 Lampeter Auction Mart. THE I NEXT SALE Will be held on Tuesday, January 9th, 1917. DANIEL 1. REES, L146—5:1) Auctioneer. SALE TO-MORRTOW. PLOUGH HOTEL YARD, LAMMAS STREET, CARMARTHEN. 1LOYD & THOMAS are favoured with .i instructions from Mr. J«hn Bowen, Ironmonger, to SELL by AUCTION at the above place on SATURDAY. JANUARY 6th, 1917, a large quantity of Ircrmcngerv, Zinc Sheets, etc., which were soiled by fire and water at the recent fire at his pre- mises Sale to commence at 12.30. Terms-Oash. (A140 « Sales bp Huction BOROUGH OF CARMARTHEN. PARISH OF SAINT PETERS. JOHN FRANCIS & SON will offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION at the Ivy Br-dl Royal Hotel. Carmarthen, at 2.33 pm., on SATURDAY, 13th JANUARY, i917 (Subject to Conditions of Sale to be produced and read), the Valuable Freehold Dwelling Houses known as Nos 1 2, 3, & 4, GRETA VILLAS, situa-e in The Averue, Carmarthen, each containing 2 Sitting Rooms, 3 Bedrooms, Bathroom, Box Room, Kitchen. Scullery, Coal-house and Offices, together with a useful Garden. There is a right of v. ay to 0, the backs of each of the houses through the existing passage way. Further particulars may be obtained of the Auctioneers,- or of Messrs. Walters and Williams, Solicitors, Carmarthen (A133 CARMARr HENSHIRE PARISH OF LLANGUNNGCK. JOHN FRANCIS & SON have received instructions to offer for SALE by AUCTION at the Ivy Bash Royal Hotel, Carmarthen, at 2 p.m., on SATURDAY, 13th January, 1917 Sllbject to Conditions of Sale to be produced and read), the Valu able Freehold Farm known a-s RI IY D YCH AIN, Distant about five miles from Carmarthen ar.d situate alongside the parish road lead- ing from Carmarthen to Llangunnock, com- prising 102i. 2r. 17p., more or less, of Use- ful F&sturo and Arable Land, together with, Stone and Carnarvon slated Stable, Barn. Cart-house, Cow-house (12 ties). Yeailing Shed and 2 Pigstyee, in til'> occupation of Messrs. J. and C. E, ans. The Propeity lies well together, has a good water supply, and is well bounded by roads, which is very convenient for the working of the Faim. Also a Freehold Dwelling-house. Garden, ünl! the Land belonging thereto called MAESTEG, Situate about half a mile from the main read leading from Carmarthen to Llan- stfphan, in the Parish of Llanst-ophan, in the occupation of Mr. James Bowen as yearly tenant. Furiher particulars may be obtained of the Auctioneers, Carmarthen, or of Messrs. Walters ó: Wilhams, Solicitors, Carmarthen. Auction Marts BY LLOYD & THOMAS AUCTIONEERS, CARMARTHEN CARMARTHEN, WEDNESDAY" NEXT, JANUARY 10. NEWCASTLE-EMLYN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12. LLANDYSSUL, TUESDAY, JANUARY 16. The Auctioneers will be glad if Entries ire sent in as early as possible

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