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MR. JOHN FRANCIS'S ANNOUNCEMENTS. CARMARTHEN MONTHLY MARKET. IMPORTANT ANNUAL SALE OF SHROPSHIRE RAM LAMBS. MR. JOHN FRANCIS is instructed by J. Evans, Esq., Alltycadno, to SELL by AUCTION, at the above Market Place, at 10 30 a.m on Tues- day, 20th August, 1889, about 35 grand big Shrop- shire Ram Lambs, sired by Goldfinder (3995) and Royal Baron (3697). PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. t CARDIGANSHIRE PARISHES OF LLANARTH, LLANLYSSILIO GOGO, CYD- PLWYF, HENFYNYW, AND LLANINA. TO BE SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr JOHN FRANCIS, in the middle of September next, the farms of Wern-newydd, Perthnidr, Perthpiod, Cefn-perthpiod, Pontfaen, Cefnmaesllan, Castell or CastoII-y-geifr, Rbyd or Rhydygofiunt, Panteryrod, Ftyllonfach, Wrglod. Rhos-mouut, Pont re James, Oernant, Llain, Gilfach-yr-halen, Bargoed, Llwyn- bedw, Cilcert, Darrenfawr, Ffynongloch, Wern Mill, and Pantgwair; also about 40 Dwelling- houses and small Holdings; all comprising an area of about 2,000 acres. Particulars, plans, and conditions of sale nre being prepared, and may shortly be obtained of Mr John Francis, auctioneer, land agent, valuer, and surveyor, Carmarthen or of MESSRS. WOOD & TALBOT, Solicitors, Rhayader, Llanidloes, and Newtown. NEURS. J. HOWELL THOMAS & CO.'S ANNOUNCEMENTS. COUNTY OF CARMARTHEN. MAESGWYNNE, LLANBOIDY. Preliminary Notice of an unusually Important Sale of a high class stud of grand matured HUNTERS, and most promising highly-bred YOUNG BLOOD STOCK. Also the celebrated MAESGWYNNE PCK OF FOX-HOUNDS, numbering about 33 couple of Hunting Hounds, and a fair contingent of Puppies. This Pack is admittedly the best in all Wales. The late Master's experience as a M.F.H. exceeded forty years, and the present Pack baj some of the best strains of blood that can possibly be obtained. In addition to the Foxhounds and the grand stud of Horses will also be Sold numerous Ricks of well- harvested HAY, STACKS of CORN, &c., and some IMPLEMENTS of HUSBANDRY. MESSRS. J. HOWELL THOMAS & co. are 4*voured with instructions from the Repre- sentatives of the late W. R. H. Powell, Esq., M.P., to SELL by AUCTION, at Maesgwynne, on Friday, August the 23rd (the day following the Carmarthen Hunters' Show), the above very valuable, briefly described, well-knowu Stud of Horses and the grand, far famed Pack of Foxhounds. Full descriptive catalogues and any information Way be obtained from the Stud Groom, at Maeagwynne, or from Messrs: J. Howell Thomas & Co., estate agents ani auctioneers, Carmarthen. CARMARTHEN BOROUGH CONSER- VATIVE ASSOCIATION. THE Parliamentary Lists are now published, and may be seen at my Office. Conservative occupiers and lodgers whose names are already on the Register, are requested to com- municate with me at once, August 20tn being the last day fer sending in claims. JAMES JOHN, Registration Agent. Queen-street. Carmarthen, August 8th, 1889. THE Joint Standing Committee of the Court of Quarter Sessions and County Council for the County of Carmarthen invite Tenders for onns, Account Books, and Stationery for the use °»the Police Force of the above County. Specimens the Books and Forms can be seen, and all other Information obtained, at the Chief Constable's Office, Llandilo. Tenders to be sent in to the undersigned at his office at Llandovery not later than the 23rd instant. THOMAS JONES, Clerk to the Council. NERVOUS DEBILITY, WEAKNESS, &c.—A minister, having suffered from youthful impru- dence, lost maiihood, &c., in its worst form, has dis- covered a simple self-cure. He will send free the physician's prescription which cured him on receipt of Jtamped envelope to Rev. J. Wood, Busby House, 5, Bushy Place, London, N.W.

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