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LIFE! LIFE! LIFE! SAVE YOUET CHILDREN FROM DEATH BY THAT TERRIBLE DISEASE CROUP. MANY THOUSANDS DIE ANNUALLY. ALL MAY BE SAVED • BY GIVING THFJC MORTIMER'S CROUP & COUGH MIXTURE J IN TIME. Also a valuable remedy for.the Cough, Whoop- ing Cough, Colds, Influenza, Sore Throats, Hoarseness, Diptheria, Fever, and all Affections of the Chest and Lungs. Croup is a disease that mostly attacks young children, and those who have once had it are more susceptible of it than before; but this gradually wears off as they grow older. It sometimes ter- minates fatally within twenty-four hours; although when death happens, it more commonly occurs on the fourth or fifth day. It commences usually with a slight cough, hoarseness, and sneezing, as in a common cold; but soon succeeds a peculiar shrill- nesi and singing of the voice, as if the sound were sent through a brazen tube; then comes the dread- ful and distressing hard singing, and crowing cougb, not unlike the barking of a dog. When this is attended with difficulty of breathing, the case calls for immediate attention, and most active treat. ment. In this stage persons generally begin to get alarmed; but as it comes on mostly in the middle of the tight, it often proves fatal, because of the dels; occasioned by waiting until the morning wit!out medical aid. The Proprietor having found his CROUP MIXTURE so efficacious in his own family, and being blessed as a means of restoring his children repeatedly from this appalling disease, he thinks it his duty to parents to give it a greater publicity. He has had already the heartfelt gratitude of many mothers fer being the means of restoring their children, that were once given up. While we hear of so many deaths from Croup, whata comfort it must be to have such a remedy ready at hand. What love can that mother have towards her child that will not procure for herself what has been such a blessing to others, when it can be obtained at such a trifling amount. The following are a few from IIOUMIDS OF GEITOHE TESTIMONIALS- Llancerdinan Farm, Conwil, Carmarthenshire. DBAR SIB,—I think it is my duty for the sake of other children to inform you that Mortimer's Croup Mixture was the means of saving my child's life after the doctor had given him up. The first dose gave the child relief. He has had a touch of Croup several times since, but the Croup Mixture given in time always prevents a serious attack. Yours respectfully, BENJAMIN THOMAS. 165, Richmond-road, Cardiff. Mr Francis. DEAR SIR,-Please forward per return post a bottle of Mortimer's Croup Mixture. Why do you not have an agent at Cardiff ? I was obliged last night to send for a medical man to attend my child, who had an attack of Croup. Had I Mortimer's Croup Mixture in the house, medical aid would have been unnecessary, as I have always warded off a serious attack by giving the Croup Mixture in time. I have used it for many years, and never find it fail. Yours truly, JOHN AARON. Penrhos, Newham-road, Bedford. SIR,-I received the three bottles of Mortimer's Croup and Whooping Cough Mixture. Please send me twelve more bottles as my children have all got the whooping cough. I find it does them so much more good than anything else. Kindly send by return and oblige. Yonrs truly, A. REES. Cobden Villa, Ferryside, Carmarthen. Mr Francis. DIAR SiB,-Please send me another bottle of that valuable medicine for children Mortimer's Croup and Cough Mixture. I never like to be with- out it in the house. From long experience I can truly say it is the best medicine I have used for croup, whooping cough, and all other coughs in children. A never failing remedy in an attack of croup. Yours faithfully, D. T. MORRIS. 66, Miskin-street, Cardiff. To Mr W. Francis, Chemist, Carmarthen. Dear Sir,—I have to acknowledge the receipt of the two bottles of Mortimer's Croup and Cough Mixture." I have found this preparation so very effective in cases of croup and severe colds that, during the cold season especially, I always like to have a supply at hand. Wherever there are children at all subject to croup, it is ivvaluable. I firmly believe that it has on more than one occa. sion saved the lives of some of my children. I am by no means a believer or an advocate of the indis- criminate use of patent medicines, but my experience of "Mortimer's Croup Mixture" has been such that I feel impelled, from a sense of duty to other parents, to send you this voluntary testimony. I am, dear Sir, very faithfully yours, B. G. EVANS. From the Rev. J. Thomas, Baptist Minister, Taber- nacle Villa, Carmarthen. DBAB SIR,-I have great pleasure in testifying to the efficacy of Mortimer's Croup and Cough Mixture. We always have it in the house and find it most beneficial. Yours truly, J. THOMAS. 22, Franois Terrace, Carmarthen. DSAB SIB,—Kindly send me a bottle of Mortimer's Croup and Cough Mixture. I cannot understand why you do not give greater publicity to it. I have found it a most excellent remedy in cases of Croup, having given it to my children on several occasions, and have never found it fail. I always recommend it to my friends (having children) as a most valuable medicine to keep in the house in case of emergency, a rule I have always adopted myself since I had occasion to make use of it. Yours truly, CHAS. N. PHILLIPS. Mr W. Francis. PATRONISED BY THE PUBLIC FOR OVER 50 YEARS. Sold in Bottles, Is. 14d. and 2s. 9d. each; sent by post to any address for 3d. extra. PBZPABBD ONLY BY THE PROPBIIITOB- W. FRANCIS, A.P.S., (LATE D. LL. MORTIMER) CHEMIST, CARMARTHEN. Bold by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors. AMERICAN LINE. UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS LIVERPOOL TO PHILADELPHIA, EVERY WEDNESDAY. First-class, full powered Iron Steamships. Accommodation for passengers, equal to any European Line. Passengers and goods landed at Philadelphia on the Wharf of the PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. THIS IS THE SHORTEST AND BEST ROUTE TO THE WEST. Apply to RICHARDSON, SPENCE & CO., 19 and 22, Water Street, LIVERPOOL. ESTABLISHED 1854. THOMAS WILLIAMS, GENERAL BOOKBINDER, 10, CHAPEL-STREET, CARMARTHEN (Opposite to the English Wesleyan Chapel) Biblesf Music, Albums, and Old Books Bound and Repaired with the greatest care. SICOND-HAND BOOKS BOUGHT, SOLD, OB EXCHANGED SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF! MANCHESTER HOUSE CARMARTHEN. WILLIAM MORRIS begs to thank his numerous Customers for their kind patronage during the few years he has carried on business on the above Premises, and, owing to circumstances over which he has no control (the Premises having been purchased by another Tradesman), he is compelled to SELL OFF AT THE LOWEST PRICES all his EXTENSIVE STOCK OF FURNITURE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Those requiring good, useful, and sound NEW FURNITURE AT CHEAPER PRICES THAN SECOND HAND will do well to inspect the STOCK some day during the course of the 14 DAYS' SALE, COMMENCING FRIDAY, 26TH OF JULY. TERMS-CASH. SANITARY CLOTHING. PURE WOOL "UNDYED" CLOTH AND FLANNEL Made from specially selected English and Foreign Wools. FOR PATTERNS AND PRICES APPLY TO THE MANUFACTURERS, TYILEli & CO., Maesllyn Mills, Llandyssil, South Wales OR THEIR AGENTS, MESSRS. GREENISH & DAWKINS, HAVERFORDWEST. MESSRS. T. & G. BIDDLECOMBE, LONDON HOUSE, NEYLAND. TYLER & CO. have gained the following Exhibition Awards for their various manufactures:- LIVERPOOL, 1886. 0 HIGHEST AWARDED MEDAL, GOLD MEDAL, SYDNEY, 1888. HIGHEST AWARDED ORDER OF MERIT, ADELAIDE, 1887. W. S. PHILLIPS, WINE, SPIRIT, ALE, AND PORTER MERCHANT, LATE 5, QUEEN STREET, CARMARTHEN. t.11 W. S. P. has always in stock a large variety of BRANDIES, SCOTCH, AND IRISH WHISKIES, LONDON GIN, RUMS PORT WINES, SHERRIES, CLARETS, & CHAMPAGNES. AGENT FOR BASS'S ALES AND GUINESS'S STOUT, AND OTHERS. SOLE AcrENT FOR THE CELEBRATED STRETTON HILL'S MINERAL WATERS. PLEASE OBSERVE THE ADDRESS- No. 7, KING STREET, CARMARTHEN. HENRY HARRIS, CABINET nAKER AND UPIIOMTEREB 41, KING-STREET, CARMARTHEN- (ESTABLISHED UPWARDS OF 40 YEARS). A LARGE STOCK OF WARDROBES, BOOK CASES, WRITING TABLES, CHAIRS, Ac. All made on the Premises by Experienced Workmen. INSPECTION INVITED. FEATHER BEDS DRESSED AND PURIFIED BY STEAM AND HOT AIR PRICES MODERATE-LIBERAL DISCOUNT FOR CASH. DON.T READ THIS Unless you want to buy your Suits at wholesale prices, and save from 25 to 40 per cent. Tweeds* from Is. 6d. to 5s. per yard; Vicunas, Serges, and Worsteds, from 4s. to 15s. per. yard, 54 inches wide. Try onr special parcels which we are offering for a few weeks only. No. 1. Our 25s. parcel contains 1 Stylish Suit (length, 6J yards) of very good quality, and 1 dust coat (length, 2t yards), also of excellent quality. No. 2.—Our 40s. parcel contains 1 very Stylish Suit (length, 6i yards), 1 Stylish Trousers (length, 2i yards), together with 1 superior dust coat (length, 2}). Of course all the cloth in this parcel is of a better quality than in the No. 1 parcel. N.B.—The Customer CHOOSES HIS OWN CLOTH by means of samples in both the above parcels. Any length cut. Carriage paid on orders of z and upwards. Terms cash. Samples post free, on application, to any address. Write at once for samples to-E. A. STOTT & Co., Albany Mills, Huddersfield. MOUNT HILL NURSERIES, CARMARTHEN. JOSEPH COYSH. FOREST TREES! FOREST TREES!! WHITE THORN QUICKS FOR HEDGES. CHOICE TREES AND SHRUBS, FRUIT TREES AND ROSES, AND ALL KINDS OF NURSERY STOCK. SILVER FIR, ALDER, ASH, BEECH. BIRCH, ELM, SYCAMORE, POPLAR, HORNBEAN FOR HEDGES, &c. PRICES ON APPLICATION. IMPORTANT NOTICE. T. B. VASUGrJELAJN, 6, DARK GATE, CARMARTHEN, Begs to inform the Public generally that he has opened a TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, Under the management of an experienced London Cutter (16 years in the West End) and he hopes, by strict attention to business, to merit a fair share of their patronage. Special Attention given to CLERICAL GARMENTS, LIVERIES, BREECHES, & LADIES' HABITS HIS STOCK COMPRISES ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN SCOTCH, IRISH, AND WEST OF ENGLAND TWEEDS. He also begs respectfully to add that he holds the Largest Stock of Gents' Mercery in the Town Hats and Caps by the Beet Makers: a large Gentlemen's Gloves, Shirts, Scarfs, Collars, variety to eelect from, Handkerchiefs, Braces, &c., Ac. LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S UMBRELLAS. Gentlemen waited upon at their own residences on receipt of Post Card. Perfect Fit and Style guaranteed. AN INSPECTION IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. PLEAe. tiora THE ADDRESS- 6, DARK GATE, CARMARTHEN. ESTABLISHED 1809. K. A. HOLDING & CO., (LATELY J. H. SMITH & CO.) WHOLESALE AND FAMILY WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN BASS', ALLSOPP'S, and other PALE ALES, AND LONDON & DUBLIN STOUT. Stores :-19, QUEEN-STREET, CARMARTHEN. TOWY SPECIALITIES. TOWY VIRGIN CORK for Ferneries, Flower Basket, Rustic Table, Seats, ke. Only 2d. per lb. TOWY MANGLE, 40s. NNW low TOWY GARDEN SEAT, 21 s ■ w '-# ASPINALL'S ENAMEL, 111 ijBy ód. tOld. :1 The Largest Stock of Ironmongery in the District at Civil Service Stores Prices and Terms. A GOOD 56in. SECOND HAND BIOYCLE FOR SALE. CHEAP. Note Address-DAVIES, TOWY WORKS, CARMARTHEN. -J QUEEN ELIZABETH GRAMMAR SCHOOL, CARMARTHEN. FOUNDED, 1676. Chairman of Governors: VISCOUNT EMLTN. Head Masior-J. J. LLOTD-WILLIAMS, M.A., Classi- cal Scholar of Jesns College, Oxford. ASSISTANT MASTSRS. NathematiCl-E. H. HBKSLBT, M.A, Scholar of St. John's College, Cambridge; Bell University Scholar; Twelfth Wrangler. Natural Sriencef-J. F. HARTIN, B.A., Scholar of Downing College, Cambridge; 2nd Class Science Tripos. Modern Languages-Taught as a form subject. Master of Preparatory School-C. J. HANRETTE, Oxford and Cambridge Higher (Schools) Certifi. cate with distinction. Drawing-W. JONES, Higher Certificate, South Kensington. Music—C. VIDEON HARDING, Organist of St. Peter's. Drill-Sergeant.Major COOPER. I. Senior Department prepares for the Univer- sities and all Public Examinations. 11. Preparatory Department (for Boys between 8 and 14). Several Scholarships offered for competitioa on or abont May 1st, 1889. Successes in year 1888:—< £ 50 classical Exhibi- tion, Oxford; ..e00 Open Science Scholarship, Cam- bridge; Proxime Accessit for Powis (classical) Exhibition, X60 per annum; first-class London Matriculation two higher Oxford and Cambridge certificates; two distinctions, do. History and Chemistry; four lower do.; 13 first classes, 53 first and second classes May examination Science and Art, South Kensington; passes in Preliminary Law and Medicine; do. for National Provincial Bank; Matriculation Trinity College, Dublin, and Lampeter. N.B.—In last lower certificate examination a boy from this school obtained highest number of first classes among Welsh candidates. Apply for terms and subject of next Scholarship examination, to Headmaster. The next Term commence Thursday. May 2nd. HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, CARMARTHEN. PRESIDENT OF COUNCIL THE LORD BISHOP OF ST. DAVID'S. LADY PRINCIPAL MISS ARTHY. M.R.C.P., Certificated in Honors, Cambridge University Certificated, let Class, by the Council of Education German Diploma. LADY SUPERINTENDENT MRS. ROBERTS. ASSISTANT RESIDENT TEACHERS Mias GILES (Certificated Cambridge, Oxford, and Trinity Col- lege).—Miss RANDALL, Certificated, 1st Class, by the Council of Education; Certificated in Botany, Hrriene Agriculture, and Drawing by the Science ana Art Department; Kindergarten, Needlework, and Drill Certificates. ^ON-RESIDENT -MISS BUOKLBT, Associate in Music. Trinity College, London; Senior R.A.M. and Trinity College Certificates (Piane, Organ, Theory); Society of Arts, 1st Class in Music Cambridge Higher Certificate. ASSISTANT MASTERS Mr. W. JONES (Higher Certificates S. Kensington); Music, Mr. CooKB, Organist of Christ Church. DANCING MIsTRESS-MISS ATLING. THE School gives an excellent education on very JL moderate terms. Admirable accommodation for Boarders, under the superintendence of a Clergyman's widow. Pupils prepared for public Examinations. Exhhibitions of Ten Guineas per annum, tenable for 3 years, will be offered for competition on Tuesday, May 7th. Entrance Exhibition of 10 and 15 Guineas. School re-opens September 18th, 1889. For full particulars apply to the Lady Principal. GIRLS' COLLEGIATE SCH004 10, QUAY STREET, CARMARTHEN. PRINCIPAL Mas. W. MARLES-THOMAS TUPILS have passed the South Kensington Ait and Science; First Class College of Preceptors Junior and Senior Oxford and Cambridge; Junior and Senior Royal Academy of Music; Junior and Senior Trinity College Pianoforte Playing and Theory ef Music Examinations. with first-class Honours. THE COLLEGE SCHOOL, LAMPETER. Head Master and Teacher of English Subjects-Rev. T. M. EvANs, B, A., late Senior Scholar of St. David's College, and Prizeman and Exhibitioner of King's College, Cambridge. Classics-Rev. E. J. DAVIES, B.A., late Scholar of St. David's College. Mathematics and Modern Languages-A. FIELD, Esq., B.A., late Scholar of St. David's College. Science-A. THOMAS, Esq., B.A., late Scholar of St. David's College. s Excellent intermediate education. Direct prepara- tion for the learned professions under peculiarly advan- tageous conditions. Thorough preparation for St. David's College and other places of higher educa- tion. For prospectus, &c., apply to HEADMASTER. THE PROVINCIAL ADVERTISING, PRINTING AND PUBLISHING OFFICES, LYDNEY, GLO' STERSHIRE. ADVERTISERS should send for Prospectus to A the Provincial Advertising Offices, Lydney, Glo'ktershire. ««S|_fK ANCHOR LINE. & m i*lf(\\LIVERPOOL TONEW YORK VIA QUEENSTOWN. WmP EXPRESS SERVICE. ViA QUEENSTOWN. WmP EXPRESS SERVICE. SlT. CITY OF ROME. 8,144 Tons 12,600 Horse-power. This magnificent steamship will sail from LIVER- POOL to NEW YORK (via QCBENSTOWN) on WEDNESDAY. September 4. WEDNESDAY October 2 S ALOOV r TES, -212 to 25 Guineas, according to position, & otate-room. RETURN TICKETS at moderate rates. INTERMEDIATE and STEERAGE PASSAGES at Reduced Rates. Apply to HENDERSON BROS., Mersey Chambers, Old Church Yard, and 17. Water Street, Liverpool; or Or to W. FINCH, 16, Nott-square, Carmarthen. AT.HOME AND ABROAD. ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS INSURED AGAINST BY THB Railway Passengers' Assurance Company 64, CORNHILL, LONDON. Hon. EVELYN ASHLEY Chairman. Annual Income, £ 248,000. Invested Capital and Reserve Fund, £ 275,000. COMPENSATION PAID FOR 126,000 ACCIDENTS ^2-600000. MODERATE PBBXIUXS-FAVOURABLE CONDITIONS- NEW CONCESSIONS. Prompt and Liberal Settlement of Claims. WEST END OFFICE 8, GRAND HOTEL BUILDINGS, W.C. Head Office:-64., CORNHILL. LONDON, E.C. WILLIAM J. VIAN, Secretary. Just Published, a book for Young Men, By DR. J. A. BARNES, M.D., (U.S.), entitled "HOW TO ENSURE HEALTH." On the LAWS GOVERNING LIFE, and the CAUSES, SYMPTOMS, and TREATMENT of all diseases depend- ing on Exhaustion ef Nervous Vitality, such as Nervous Debility, Meatal and Physical Depres- sion, Palpitation of the Heart, Noises in the Head and Ears, Indecision, Impaired Sight and Memory, Indigestion, Prostration, Lassitude, Depression of Spirits, Loss of Energy and Appetite, Pains in the Back, &c. Sent post free for 2 Stamps; or by letter poet, 3 Stamps. "THE FEMALE'S FRIEND AND ADVISER" Will be sent GRATIS to any address on RECEIPT OF STAMPED ENVELOPE. Address, Da. BARNES, 48, Lonsdale Sqnare. Barnsbury, London, N. If you suffer From Biliousness, Headaches, Indi- gestion, or Liver Complaint, Try Kernick's VEGETABLE PILLS. They are easy to swallow, being very small, require no confinement indoors, strengthen the system, and have been tried by thousands who pronounce them to be the BEST MEDICINE IN THE WORLD. TESTIMONIAL from J. BALBIRNIE, Esq., M.A., M.D., Lecturer on Physiology," Author of A Treatise on the Turkish Bath," &c. "I have examined the Pills known as 1 Kernick's Vegetable Pills.' I certify their composition to be purely vegetable. I have also tried their effect, and consider them one of the best Aperient Pills for con- stipated habits that I know of." (Signed) JOHN BALBIKNIB, M.A., M.D. Kernick's Vegetable Pills strengthen the system, brmce the nerves and purify the blood, and are universally declared to be the best medieine ever discovered. They are specially recommended to females of all ayes, Sold in 74d., Is. Id., and 2a. 9d. Boxes. Sold by all Chemists, sc., or direct of KERNICK & SON, Cardiff. HARVEST HARVEST!! HARVEST Abundant crops and first class quality is the report we get at home and from abroad. TEA. HARVEST Just commenced. Proves no exception as the New Season Teas, some of which have just arrived, speak for themselves, and can be seen at T SMITHS, 38, KING-STREET, CARMARTHEN, Who has some exceptionally fine Teas, both China and India Teas. s. d; Very Fine Ceylon Teas 2 6 D". Do. 2 0 Do. Do. 1 8 Very Finest Moning and Kaisow 2 6 Do. Do. Do. 2 0 Do. Do. Do. 1 8 Do. Do. Do. 1 4 Farmers and others desirous of getting good, strong, fine, flavour Teas, should try my 2s. Ceylon Teas, which cannot be equalled at the price. IRON BUILDINGS. BRUCE AND STILL, NORFOLK STREET, LIVERPOOL, CONTRACTORS FOR IRON BUILDINGS and ROOFS, Churches, Schools, Mission Rooms, Hospitals, Cricket and Lawn Tennis Pavilions, Colliery Roofs, Warehouses, Stores, Billiard Rooms, Clubs, Shoot- ing Lodges, Cottages, Huts, FARM BUILDINGS,' Hay and Corn Sheds, Barns, Dairies, Stables, &c. Highest Testimonials from the Leading Clergy, Architects, and Agriculturists. Estimates and Designs on application. Contractors to H.M.'s Government. UNITED COUNTIES HUNTERS SHOW, Open to the Counties of CARMARTHEN. PEAI- BROKE, CARDIGAN, &- GLAMORGAN. PRESIDENT THE EARL CAWDOR. THE following Prizes will be offered for competition JL at Carmarthen, on Thursday, 22nd August, 1889 (being the twenty-fifth Annual Exhibition). £ B. d. CLASS I.—For tbe best Hunter. Colt or Filly, two years old (brea in the Counties of Carmarthen, Pembroke, Cardigan, or Glamorgan) 15 0 0 Second best 10 0 0 Third best 2 10 0 CLASS II. Best Hunter, Colt or Filly, three years old (bred in the Counties of Car- marthen, Pembroke, Cardigan, or Gla- morgan) 20 0 0 Second best 10 0 0 Third best 2 10 0 CLASS III.-Beist Hunter, four years old ibred in the Counties of Carmarthen, 'embroke, Cardigan, or Glamorgan) 25 0 0 Second best 15 0 0 Third best 5 0 0 CLASS IV.—Best Hunter, five years old (bred in the Counties of Carmarthen, Pembroke, Cardigan, or Glamorgan) 25 0 0 Second best 15 0 0 Third best 2 10 0 CLASS V.—Best Hunter of any age, np to not less than 12 stone 30 0 0 Second best 10 0 0 Third best 2 10 0 CLASS VI.—Best weight-carrying Hunter of any age, up to not less than 14 stone 20 0 0 Second best 10 0 0 CLASS VII.-Best Brood Mare, having pro- duced a foal to and served again by a Thorough-bred Horse in 1889 20 0 0 Second best 10 0 0 CLASS VIII.—Best Jumper, of any age 10 0 0 Second best 5 0 0 Entrance-Subscribers, 5s N on-subacribera, 10s All entries close on or before 12th August. For entry forms and rules apply to the hon. secretary, Lieut.- Col. W. Lewes, TenDy. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY.- ON MONDAY, AUGUST 12th, CHEAP EX- CURSIONS for 1, 3, 6, or 8 days to MALVERN. WORCESTER, Kidderminster. Wolverhampton, and BIRMINGHAM will leave NEW MILFORD at 8.20 a.m., Milford 8.15, Haverfordwest 8.45, CAR- DIG AN 7.40, PEMBROKE DOCK 7.55, Pembroke 8.3, Tenby 8.35, Narberth 9.5, Llandyssil 8.35, CAR- MARTHEN TOWN 7.15, and Llanelly 8.5 a.m. Excursions will run as under:- MONDAY, AUGUST ,12th, to SHREWSBURY, Oswestry, Llangollen, Wrexham, Chester, Bala. LIVERPOOL, MANCHESTER, Warrington, Rhyl! Abergele, and LLANDUDNO from PEMBROKE DOCK at 7.55 a.m.. Pembroke 8.3. Tenby 8.35, Nar- berth 9.5, New Milford 8.20, Milford 8.15, Havsrford- west 8.45, Cardigan 7.40, Llandyssil 8.35, Carmarthen 7.15, Carmarthen Junction 7.25, Brynamman 7.50, Pantyffynnon 8.20, Pontardulais 8.35, Llanelly 8.5 a.m.; to return August 14, 17, or 19, except passengers to lihyl, Abergele. and Llandudno, who return any week day BETWEEN August 19th and 26th. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14th, to CARMAR- THEN and SWANSEA (Horse Show) from NEW MILFORD at 6.55 a.m., Milford 6.15, Johnston 7.10, Haverfordwest 7.25, Clarbeston Road 7.40, Clynderwen 7.55, CARDIGAN 6.40, Kilgerran 6.50, Boncath 7.5, Crymmych Arms 7.25, Glotrue 7.35, Llanfyrnach 7.40, Rhydowen 7.50, Llanglydwen 7.55, Login 8.5, Llan- fallteg 8.15, Whitland 8.35, St. Clears 8.50, Saroau 9.0, and to SWANSEA ONLY from Llandyssil 7.15, Pencader 7.30, Llanpumpsaint 7.50, Conwil 8.0, Bron- wydd Arms 8,10, CARMARTHEN 8.25, Carmarthen Junction 8.50, Ferryside 9.5, Kidwelly 9.15, Pembrey 9.25, and Llanelly at 9.35 a.m. to return same day. ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 16th. for READING and LONDON will leave +*New Milford at 9.30 a.m., *tMilford 8.20, t.Johnston 9.40, +*Haverfordwest 9.50, Clyndewen 10.15. f'Pembroke Dock 7.55, t*Pem- broke 8.3, fTenby 8.35. +*Narberth 9 5, t*Cardigan 7.40, Kilgerran 7.50, Boncath 8.0. Crymmych Anns 8.16, Whitland 10.30, St. Clears 10.40, Llandyssil 8.30, "Carmarthen 10.50, Carmarthen Junction 11.0. Ferryside 11.15, Kidwelly 11.25, Pembrey 11.35. and *Llanelly 11.45 a.m., to return following Friday. Passengers also booked from Stations marked thus to Bath, Bristol, Gloucester and Cheltenham, and from Stations marked t to Newport and Cardiff also. For further particulars see special bills. HY. LAMBERT, General Manager. To WILLIAM PICTON PHILIPPS, ESQ., Superintendent of the Police of the District of the County of Carmar- then, within which the JUandilo Petty Sessional Division is sitnate, and to the Overseers of the Poor of the Parish of Handilo-fawr, in the said County of Carmarthen, and to all whom it may concern. I WILLIAM JONES, General Merchant, of Waterloo Villa, in the Town of Llandilo, in the County of Carmarthen, and for six months last past having resided at Waterloo Villa aforesaid, do hereby give notice that it is my intention to apply at the next General Annual Licensing Meeting, to be holden at the Shire Hall, in the Town of Llandilo, in the County aforesaid, on the 24th. day of August next ensuing, for an order sanctioning the removu of^ the licence to sell intoxicating liquors, to wit, beer, spirits, and wine by retail, to be drank or consumed on or off the house or premises thereunto belonging, and situate-in Bridgo- street, in the said Town of Llandilo, and within tW said Petty Sessional Division of Lfaadilo, and corn. monly known by the sign of the ''Red Cow," which was granted to me at the General Annual Licensing Meeting, held at Llandilo aforesaid on the 25th day of August, 1888, from the said house and premise* called the Red Cow to the house and premises thereunto belonging, lately erected by me on tne west side of and adjoining the Canton Stores, and situate in Bridge, street, Llandilo aforesaid, and within the same licensing district as the Red Cow aforesaid is situate, and to be known by the name of the Canton Inn," which said several houses and premises are respectively held by me as assignee of an unexpired term of 99 years, granted by an Indenture of Lease dated the 24th day of December, 1856, and made between the Right Honourable George Rice, Baron Dynevor, deceased, of the one part, and Thomas Williams, since deceased, of the other part, which said several houses and premises are now vested in the Right Honourable Arthur de Cardonnel, Baron Dynevor, subject to the said lease, the said last-mentioned house and premises described as the Canton Inn being now unoccupied, and not having been previously kept or used as an Inn, Alehouse, or Victualling House within three years preceding the date hereof, and which said last-mentioned house and premises I intend to keep as an Inn, Alehouse, or Victualling House. Given under my hand this 27th day of July, 1889. WILLIAM JONES. ML T. RULE owiirt Aimfwcmmy. CARMARTHENSHIRE. PARISH OF MYDRIM. SALE OF AN IMPORTANT FREEHOLD ESTATE. MR. T. RULE OWEN will offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Ivy Bosh Hotel, Carmarthen, on Saturday, the 17th day of August, 1889, at 2 o'clock p.m. precisely, the PKNTOWIN ESTATE," comprising Pentowin House, and extensive Outbuildings, Cottage and Garden, and 187 Acres 0 Roods and 38 Perches of rich Meadow, Pasture, Arable, and Woodland; also the Farm of CWMPALIB," adjoining the above, with Farm-house and premises a Cottage and Garden called CWMPALISFACH," and 59 Acres 2 Roods and 16 Perches of Meadow, Pasture, Arable and Wood- land. The Property, which will be offered in one lot comprises some of the richest land in that proverb. ially good agricultural district, and is well-watered. The timber is of large size and very valuable, and the plantations are thriving. The Estate is inter. sected by good roads, and is distant about 1 mile from the St. Clears station on the Great Western Railway. Printed particalars, with plaus, are in coarse of preparation, and may be obtained of Mr T. Rale Owen, Estate Agent and Valuer, Haverfordwest, and of Messrs. EATON EVANS & WILLIAMS, Vendor's Solicitors, Haverfordwest. Haverfordwcst, July 10th, 1889.