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SPECIAL CH EAP RATE FOR PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. HouSER TO BZ LET I APARTMENTS WANTED HOUSES WANTBD APARTMENTS TO BE LET HOUSES TO BE LKT I APARTMENTS WANTED HOUSES WANTED APARTMENTS TO BE LET SITUATIONS WANTED I MISCELLANEOUS WANTED SITUATIONS VACANT | ARTICLES LOST AND FOUND Word* ^ne Three Six Yvoras. Insertion. Insertions. Insertions. 8. d. a. d. a. d. 18 6 6 10 16 24 0 9 1 6 2 8 32 1 0 2 0 3 0 40 13 2 6 S 9 Every addi- 3d. 6d 9d. tional 8 Words. MONEY TO LEND. MONEY LENT PRIVATELY (without sureties) by the CHARING-CROSS BANK (Estab- lished 1870). 28, BEDFORD-ST., CHARING-CROSS, London, W.C. Capital £ 300,000. Reserve Fund £ 100,000. ADVANCES IMMEDIATELY MADE Upon Approved Promissory Notes as follows, without bill of sale. Advance 225-12 monthly repayments of 22 5 10 „ 50 „ „ 4 11 8 „ 100 „ .9 3 4 Larger amounts in the same proportion. ADVANCES of V,30 to 22,000 granted at a few hours' notice in town or country, male or female, on mortgage of furniture, trade and farm stock, plant, crops, &c., without removal, and to assist persons into business. Also on deeds, policies, and reversions. NOTICE.—Any one requiring money will do well before applying elsewhere, or paying fees, to. think ct this—Surely I can do better with a Bank having large "apital at command and devoting themselves to this class of business than I can with so-called private money lenders or agents with small means. Good borrowers can obtain money here on reasonable terms, quickly, privately, and without deductions, repayable by easy instalments. Distance no object. Call per- sonally, or write. Special facilities to all requiring banking accounts. 3 oer cent. interest allowed on the minimum monthly balances. Deposits of 210 and upwards received as under:- 4 per cent. per annum, subject to 3 months notice of withdrawal. 6 per cent. per annum,, subject to 6 months' notice of withdrawal. 6 pei cent. per annum, subject to 12 months' notice of withdrawal. Special terms for larger amounts. Interest paid quarterly. Write or call for Prospectus. 895] A. WILLIAMS, Manager. PUBLIC NOTICES. ESTABLISHED 1851. BIRKBECK BANK Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane, London. THREE per CENT. INTEREST allowed on DEPOSITS, repayable on demand. TWO per CENT. on CURRENT ACCOUNTS, on minimum monthly balance when not drawn below £100. STOCKS, SHARES, and ANNUITIES pur- chased and sold. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. For the encouragement of Thrift the Bank receives small sums on deposits, and allows Interest, at the rate of THREE PER CENT. per annum, on each completed J61. The Interest is added to the principal on the 31st March annually. FRANCIS RAVENSCROFT, Manager. BIRKBECK BUILDING SOCIETY, How to Purchase a House for Two Guineas per month. BIRKBECK FREEHOLD LAND SOCIETY, How to purchase a Plot of Land for Five Shil- lings per month. The BIRKBECK ALMANACK, with full par- ticulars, can be obtained post free, on application to FRANCIS RAVENSCROFT, Manager. BLAIR S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS. 880 CURE GOUT. CURE RHEUMATISM. CURE SCIATICA. CURE LUMBAGO. CURE NEURALGIA. The Excruciating Pain is quickly relieved, and cured in a few days by these celebrated Pills, well- known as the Great Re- medy for the above Com- plaints. No restraint of diet during use. Sold by all Chemists at Is lid and 2s 9d per box ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS fa warranted to cure all discharges from the Urinary Organs, in either sex (acquired or consti- tutional), Gravel, and Pains in the Back. Guaranteed free from Mercury. Sold in boxes, 4s. 6d. each, by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors throughout the World; or sent to any address for sixty stamps by the Makers, THE LINCOLN AND MIDLAND COUNTIES DRUG COMPANY, Lincoln. 850 THE PROVINCIAL ADVERTISING, PRINTING AND PUBLISHING OFFICES, LYDNEY, GLO'STERSHIRE. ADVERTISERS should send for Prospectus to A- the Provincial Advertising Offices, Lydney, OWatershire. [852 MR. C. K. WHEATLEY, professional pianoforte tvnmk PIANOS tuned singly or by the year. Special attention given to American Organs and Har- moniums. All kinds of instruments repaired. Note the Address- (873 80, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. "VfEW ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION JM (Limited). CAPITAL—AUTHORISED N™ SUBSCRIBED AND PAID-UP ••• V N OK LONDON 40, Threadneedle-street, London, •» *5, Cockspur-street, S.W. Edinburgh—19, St. Andrew- square. Dundee-6, Panmure-street. Branches and Agencies—Australia, India, Ceylon, China, Japan, Straits, Madagascar, Mauritius, Seychelles, Aden, Paris, New York, San Francisco, and Zanzibar. Money remitted to any part of the World by draft, letter of credit, or by telegraph. Bills of Exchange, Interest Warrants and Coupons collected and cashed. Circular Notes issued, Current Accounts opened, Banking Agency business generally undertaken. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS- For 1, 3, 5, or 7 years certain, 4! per cent. per annum. [862 XT CURED MY COLD AT ONCE. Mr John Jl Hugh Jones, Caeathraw, Carnarvon. WHAT CURED ? HAYMAN'S BALSAM of Horehound, a Safe anc jLl Speedy Remedy for Coughs, Bronchitis, &c. SOLD EVSBTWHBBJJ, PaiCE la. lid., 2s. 9d. Prepared only by A. Hoymon & O., Lmidow, B.C. A WONDERFUL MEDICINE. BEECHAM'S PILLS BEECHAM'S PILLS A&7 Mf\ /|7PATEOT]1) kl ^LS- if/ V%LP/ ARE universally admit ted to be wort] a GUINEA A Box fo bilious and nervous dis orders, such as wind ane pain in the stomach sick headache, giddiness fulness and swelling afte] meals, dizziness and drow. siness, cold chills, flush of heat, loss of appe- tite, shortness of breath, costiveness, scurvy, blotches on the skin, dis. turbed sleep, frightful dreams, and all nerroas and trembling sensations, Ac. The first dose will give relief in twenty minutes. Every sufferer is earnestly invited to try one box of those Pills, and they will be acknowledged to be WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. For females of all ages these Pills are invalu- able, as a few doses of them carry off all humours, and bring about all that is required. No female should be without them. There is no Medicine to be found equal to Beecham's Pills for removing any obstruction or irregularity of the system. If taken according to the directions given with each box, they will soon restore females of all ages to sound and robust health. This has been proved by thousands who have tried them, and found the benefits which are ensured by their use. For a weak stomach, impaired digestion, and all disorders of the liver, they act like magic, and a few doses will be found to work wonders on the most important organs in the human machine. They strengthen the whole muscular system, restore the long lost complexion, bring back the keen edge of appetite, and arouse into action with the rose- bod of health the whole physical energy of the human frame. These are FACTS testified con- tinually by members of all classes of society, and one of the best guarantees to the nervous and debili- tated is, BEECHAM'S PILLS have the largest sale of any patent medicine in the world. BEECHAM'S MAGIC COUGH PILLS. As a remedy for Coughs in general, asthma, bronchial affections, hoarseness, shortness of breath, tightness and oppression of the chest, wheezing, &c., these Pills stand unrivalled. They are the best ever offered to the public, and will speedily remove that sense of oppression and difficulty of breathing, which nightly deprive the patient of rest. Let any person give BEECHAM'S COUGH PILLS a trial, and the most violent cough will in a short time be removed. Prepared only, and sold wholesale and retail, by the Proprietor, Thomas Beecham, St. Helen's.. Lancashire, in Boxes at 9id., Is. lid., and 2s. 9dl each. Sold by all Druggists and Patent Medicine Deal- ers everywhere. N.B.—Full directions are given with eaoh box. 862 STIFF'S STARCH. NOTICE. STIFF'S STARCH is sold ClTIFF'S STARCH. in 41b,ullb-' » an^ *lb* kTJ fancy Boxes, also in Paper Packets containing about STIFF'S STARCH. blbs. each. s Every Box or Packet bears S™"S STARCH. has been registered, and is STIFF'S STARCH. a guarantee that the contents of the Box or Packet are STIFF'S STARCH. Tg°M deal Starch 1. s sold loose— that is, merely STIFF'S STARCH WRAPPE(L *n paper or enclosed in paper bags. Starch o in paper bags. Starch supplied in this way may be ^TIFF'S STARCH, a. cheap and very inferior o article, possibly of foreign 1 ttwh CTADnti manufacture, and of little J? o CsIAKCJl. use for laundry purposes. Consumers, therefore, when STIFF'S STARCH. Purchasing Stiff's Starch, K':1 should get it in Box or Packet, ana note the Trade STIFF'S STARCH. Mark printed in Red Ink on outside. STIFF & CO., 29, REDCLIFF STREET, BRISTOL. CUPISS'S CONSTITUTION BALLS For Grease, Swelled Legs, Cracked JOB Heels, Coughs, Colds, Hove or Blown, a Hide Bound, Loss of Appetite, Staring HORSES, Coat, Distember, Epidemic or Influ- enza, and for preserving Good Health NEAT and getting into Prime Condition. CATTLE, —— TESTIMONIAL. SHEEP, Tyfry, Menai Bridge, Anglesea, May 23rd, 1884. AND DEAit SIR, -Having used your Consti- tution Balls for nearly thirty years to SCOURING Horses and Neat Cattle, it is only simple truth and justice to say, a safer or more IN efficacious Medicine for Horses & Cattle cannot be purchased. It cannot be too CALVES extensively known, for I am positive every person that gives it a fair trial they are al- will never discontinue using your Balls, moat infal- as occasion may require.— Yours truly, lible. WM. EVANS. Prepared upwards of 50 years by the late FRANCIS CUPISS, M.R.O.V.S. Sold in Packets 1a. 9d. and 3s. 6d. each, 7 small 10s. 6d., 7 large 21s., 12 large 30s., by Chemists and Medicine Vendors, or from Proprietor, The Wilderness, Diss, Norfolk, on receipt of amount. SHIPPING NOTICES. i- AMERICA. CUNARD LINE ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. The Steamers of this Line follow the specified Out- ward and Homeward Tracks adopted by the leading Liverpool and New York Steamship Companies, the Boston Steamers leaving the outward and rejoining the homeward route at defined points. FROM LIVERPOOL VIA QUEENSTOWN j To NEW YORK. 1 1ETRURIA .Sa.t., Jan. 16 ACRANIA. Sat., Jan. 23 | I BOTHNIA. Tues., Jan. 26 To BOSTON, To BOSTON, ALEPPO Thur., Jan. 14 CEPHALONIA, Th., Jan. 21 SCYTHIA Th.. Jan. 28 SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION at moderate fares for FIRST and SECOND Class Passengers: also through to CHINA, JAPAN, NEW ZEALAND, and AUSTRALIA. STEERAGE PASSENGERS to all parts of America and Canada at Low Rates those by Boston Steemers booked to NEW YORK without extra °haa*HE CUNARD STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED, 8, Water-street, Liverpool. OR TO THEIR AGENT- „ D. S. THOMAS, 554] Schoolmaster, Llandovery. AMERICAN LINE. UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS LIVERPOOL TO PHILADELPHIA, EVERY WEDNESDAY. s, First-class, full powered Iron Steamships. Accommodation for passengers, equal to any European ^ptasenzers and goods landed at Philadelphia on the WhSTthe PENNSYLVANIA BAILftOAD. THIS IS THE SHORTEST AND BEST ROUTE TO THE fa. RICHARD30N 3PKNCE 0" 1 q 19 and 31, W«t*r Etwet, IrtVSBTOOli, CHARLES JONES AND Co., WATERLOO HOUSE, 4, NOTT SQUARE, CARMARTHEN. MADAM,— Having now completed our REBUILDING and EXTENSION after the great fire in Nott-square, we beg to inform you that we have visited the best and largest Manufacturers in the Trade, and have made EXTENSIVE PURCHASES for ready Cash, which en- able us to offer the same at such LOW PRICES that no House in the Kingdom can sell cheaper. Our well-known small profits in the past deserve confidence in the future, and we are more determined than ever to give such value that will astonish our patronizers. OUR SHOW ROOM IS NOW OPEN. Great variety of the LATEST NOVELTIES in Hats, Bonnets, Mantles, Jackets, Fur Goods, &c., &c., are now on view. WE RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT A CALL OF INSPECTION. We are, Madam, r Yours obediently, CHARLES JONES AND Co. MOUNT HILL NURSERIES, GAR MART HEN. JOSEPH COYSH. FOREST TREES! FOREST TREES!! WHITE THORN QUICKS FOR HEDGES. CHOICE T R E E 8 AND S II RITAS, FRUIT TREES AND ROSES, AND ALL KINDS OF NURSERY STOCK. WREATHS, CROSSES, AND BOUQUETS TO ORDER. PRICES ON APPLICATION. [856 t. THOMAS DAVIES, WHOLESALE COAL AND LIME MERCHANT, BLUE-STREET, AND 3, SPRING GARDENS, CARMARTHEN. Orders taken at G. W.R. Station and 53, Lammas-street. Sole Agent for the celebrated Ffalda Soft and Rhos best Hard Coals. •*V* f PRESENT PRICES :— SOFI\) in Truck Loads, Colliery Screened, at Carmarthen Station 17s. 3d. to 19s. T ^art ^oads' Clean Screened, delivered at Customers' doors 19^ 9d." to 22s' L.A.KUE HARD », 17s. to 18s. 6d. It NUTS (Rhos, Gwaencaegurwen, and Great Mountain) 18s. HIGHEST AWARDED MEDAL, LIVERPOOL, 1886. HIGHEST AWARDED ORDER OF MERIT, ADELAIDE, 1887. HIGHEST AWARDED ORDER OF MERIT, MELBOURNE, 1889. GOLD MEDAL, SYDNEY, 1888. ) FARMERS! SEND YOUR OWN WOOL TO BE MADE UP INTO CLOTH From Is. 3d. to 2s. 4d. per Yard; Blankets, from Is. 2d. to 2s. 6d. per Yard; Flannels, from 9d. to Is. 6d. per yard; Stocking Yarn, from 9d. per lb. I PATTERNS FORWARDED TO SELECT FROM. I CARRIAGE PAID TO & FROM YHE. MILLS ON ALL ORDERS OVER £ 2. r E IF-i IR & CO., MAESLLYN MILLS, LLANDYSSIL, S. WALES [M Established 1854. D. TITUS "WILLIAMS, BOOKBINDER, ENGLISH WESLEYAN CHAPEL HOUSE, CARMARTHEN. BIBLES, MUSIC, ALBUMS, and OLD BOOKS BOUND and REPAIRED with the greatest care. SECOND-HAND BOOKS BOUGHT, SOLD, OR EXCHANGED. [857 THE IMPROVEMENT OF LANDED ESTATES. THE LAND LOAN AND ENFRANCHISEMENT COMPANY (Incorporated by Special Act of Parliament) ADVANCES MONEY to Landowners for Drainage, the Erection of Farm Building?, Artizans' and Miners Cottages, Trial Pits for Mines, and for the General Improvement of Landed Property; also to TENANTS FOR LIFE, for the ERECTION of and ADDITIONS to ESTATE MANSIONS, STABLES, and OUTBUILDINGS, and their general sanitary improvement; the amount borrowed being repaid by a terminable rent-charge. No investigation of title is necessary. Prospectus and forms of application may be obtained at the Company's Offices. 22, Gteat George-street, Westminster, S.W. EDWIN GARROD, Secretary. MORTGAGE AND GROUND-RENT BRANCH OF THE LAND LOAN AND ENFRANCHISEMENT COMPANY. THE COMPANY'S REGISTER contains various sums of trust and other moneys awaiting invest i. in-nt on Mortgnge and for the purchase of Ground Rents. Further particolais on application. i 2ii, GrfAt George-^Westminster, S.W. EDWIN GARROD, Secretary. I L. [931 t EDUCATIONAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. LAMPETER. THE COLLEGE SCHOOL, LAMPETER > Head Master and Teacher of English Subjects-Rev T. M. EVANS, M. A, late Senior Scholar of St. David' College, and Prizeman and Exhibitioner of King' College, Cambridge. Classics J. J. JowEa, 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. Soiencc-LLBWELYN BANKES-PRICH, B.A., late Open (Science) of Jesus College, Oxford. 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. Next term begins September 16th. For protipectus,&c., apply to HEADMASTEB. [860 LAMPETER. THE REV. J. WALTER REES, B.A., late -t- Scholar and Prizeman of St. David's College, prepares pupils for Lampeter, the Theological Colleges, the Legal, Medical, and Pharmaceutical Preliminary .Examinations. References to a large number of former pupils in the various professions. Tuition Fees, 26s. a quarter. Plenty of lodgings cheap. [884 CARMARTHEN. HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS CARMARTHEN. A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL. rnTxm -r- PHESTOENT OF COUNCIL THE LORD BISHOP OF ST. DAVID'8. LADY PRINCIPAL Miss JORDANI, L.L.A., St. Andrews University, y (Certificated in Honours Cambridge Higher Local Examination; First Class College of Pre- ceptors). 6 LADY SHPERINTENDKNT MRS. ROBERTS. ASSISTANT TRACHIRS Miss K. S. GILES, Certificated Cambridge, Oxford, and Trinity College, London, and in Mathematics, Mechanics, Chemistry, and Drawing by Science and Art Department, South Kensington.—Miss RADFORD, Certificated First Class by Council of Education; Certificated in Physiology, Magnetism, iaectricity, Drawing, and Painting by the Science and Art Department. Has taken prizes in needlework, &c. NON-RESIDENTI-Miss BUCKLEY, Associate in Music Trinity College, London; Senior R.A.M. and Trinity College Certificates (Organ, Piano, Theor Society of Arts, 1st Class in Music; Cambridge Higher Certificate. DRAWING MASTER—MR. W. JONES, Higher Certi- ficates South Kensington. MUSIC MASTER-MR. COOKE, Organist of Christ Church. DANCING MISTRESS-Miss AYLING. THE School gives an excellent education on very moderate terms. Admirable accommodation for Boarders, under the superintendence of a Clergyman's widow. Pupils prepared for public Examinations. Next term will commence Wednesday, January 20th, 1892. 864' GIRLS' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, 10, QUAY STREET, CARMARTHEN. PRINCIPAL MRS. W. MARLES-THOMAS PUPILS have passed the South Kensington Alt and Science; First Class College of Preceptors; Junior and Senior Society of Arts. Oxford and Cam- bridge Local Royal Academy of Music and Trinity College Examinations. First Claax Honours, Special Distinctions and Prizes( have been gained in the above Examinations. [555 QUEEN ELIZABETH GRAMMAR SCHOOL. FOUNDED, 1576. Recommended as an Intermediate School by the IJoint Education Committee for Carmarthenshire, Chairman of Governors: VISCOUNT EMLYN. Headmaster-J. J. LLOYD-WILLIAMS, M.A., late Classical Scholar of Jesus College, Oxford. Mathematics and Science-A. S. HENWOOD, B.A., Trinity College, Cambridge; 2nd Class Honours Mathematical Tripos. Modern Subjects, Classics and Mathmaties-W. D. WILLIAMS, B.A., Christ College, Cambridge. Music-C. VIDEON HARDING, Organist of St. Peter's. Drawing (in all its branches)—W. JONES, Head- master of the School of Art, Carmarthen. THE School prepares for Scholarships at Oxford *nd Cambridge, the Welsh Colleges, Law and Medical Examinations, Banks, &c. Special Class for London Matriculation and the Oxford and Cambridge School Certificate Examinations. Modern Side, a special feature of the School Clastes for Science and Art Examinations, South Ken- sington. RECENT DISTINCTIONS. FOUR SCHOLARSHIPS, &C., Oxford and Cambridge —total value over JE750. THREE Open Medals, Edinburgh University. THREE Proxime Accessit for Edinburgh Uni- versity. Largest number of First Classes (22) obtained from any Welsh School in Oxford and Cambridge Lower Certificate Examination, 1890. THREE Candidates entered for London Matricula- tion, January, 1891, and all appeared in the First Division. Over 140 CERTIFICATES SCIENCE AND ART EXAMINATION, SourH KENSINGTON, &C., &C., &C. Annual Scholarships to be competed for on April 23rd and following days. New Boys examined on same day. Next term begins on Thursday, January 14th, 1892. For Syllabus of Subjects apply to HEAD- MASTER. [858 OLD COLLEGE SCHOOL, CARMARTHEN. v/. Head Master-E JONES, M.A., Assisted by Messrs. W. ROBERTS & E. GRIF- FITHS (Undergraduates of the London University. SUCCESSES DURING 1891. 3 London Matriculation. 6 The varies Theological Colleges. 2 Medical Preliminary (in 6 subjects). 1 L. and P. Bank. 26 Mathematics (Science and Art). 10 Mechanics (Science and Art). 15 Light, Heat and Sound (Science and Art). 14 Shorthand (Pitman). 1 Pharmaceutical Examination. P,10 Scholarship at Aberystwith College. 1 selected for t75 Scholarship at the Royal Vet. College, London. 1022 PARKYVELVET GRAMMAR AND SCIENCE SCHOOL, CARMARTHEN. Headmaster: J. CEBRIDFRYN THOMAS, B.So. (LONDON), L.C.P., Assisted by his brother, MR. J. B. THOMAS (an undergraduate of the London University, First Class College of Preceptors, and Exhibitioner of the University College, Cardiff). SUCCESSES FOR 1891. 1 Matriculation in Honours. No failures. 2 Theological Colleges. No failures. 3 Medical preliminary, 1 obtaining 97 per cent. of full marks in Mechanics. No failures. 17 Mathematics (none of whom having obtained the same success in 1890 only 19 presented). 8 Mechanics, 50 per cent Firsts, 1 being y First in an advanced stage. No failures. 3 Light and Heat (advanced stage), 1 being First, a presented. 25 Chemistry, Physics, &c. 1 Pharmaceutical. No failures. J, Quten's Scholarship (First Class), YSTRAD MEURIG. YSTRAD MEURIG SCHOOL. RECENT SUCCESSES. 1889- King'8 Scholarship at Eton College; Senior s Scholarship at St. David's College. s 1890—Passes in Greek, Latin, Scripture, and Mathe- matics in the Oxford and Cambridge Certificate Examination. 1891-£50 Scholarship, tenable at Oxford. Passes in Greek, Latin, Scripture, History, and Mathematics, elementary and additional, in the Oxford and Cambridge Certificate Examination. The School will re-open on Tuesday, January 26th, at 9 a.m. Foundation Scholarshsp« now vacant.—Apply to th« Rev. THE HEAD MASTER. PUBUC -v THE CARMARTHENSHIRE HUNT STEELE- CHASES. WILL TAKE PLACE ON WEDNESDA Y THURSDA Y, FEB. S 4, 1892. (Under National Rules) Stewards-The Hon. F. C. MORGAN, M.P.; W. J. BUCKLEY, Esq., M.F.H. MORRIS OWEN, Esq. JAMES BUCKLEY, Esq.; T. P. LEWES, Esq., M.F.H.; C. VAUGHAN PRYSE RICE, Esq., M.F.H. E. H. BATH, Esq. and E. TRUBSHAW, Esq. Judge-8ir MARTEINE LLOYD, Bart. Clerk of the Scales-Mr. T. JENKINS. Clerk of the Course and Stakeholder-Mr. MORRIS. Major GLASOOTT. Auctioneer Mr. J. FRANCIS. FIRST DAY. All Stakes (excepting the Derllys Plate) will close and name to the Stewards, at the Boar's Head Hotel Car- marthen, on Tuesday, January 26th, at 10 p.m., and to Messrs. Weatherby, 6, Old Burlington-street, Lon- don, or Newmarket. THE CAMBRIAN STEEPLECHASE PLATE. Of 40 80VS. Four-year-olds to carry lOst. 31bs.f five, list. lOlos., six and aged, 12st. 31bs. A winner of a Steeplechase of £40 once to carry 71bs. extra, twice 141bs. extra. Non-winner of a steeplechase 5 years and upwards allowed 71bs. Entrance JS about 2) miles over the banking course. (To close January 26th.) THE TALLY-HO STEEPLECHASE PLATE. Of 40 sovs. Four-year-olds lOst. 31bs., five-year-olds list. lOlbs., six and aged 12st 31bs. Winners of J340 once 71bs., twice lOlbs,, three times, or of B100 once or collectively 141bs. extra. Entrance 22 about 2 miles over the flying course. (To close January 26th.) THE LORD-LIEUTENTANT'S STEEPLECHASE PLATE. Of M sovs. (given by the Earl of Cawdor), for maiden horses bred and owned by residents in South Wales. Four-year-olds to carry lOst 31bs., five-year-olds list. lOlbs., six and aged 12st 31bs. Entrance B2 about 3 miles over the banking oourse. (To close January 26th). THE DERLLYS SELLING STEEPLECHASE. Of 30 sovs. Four-year-olds to carry list., five 12st, six and aged 12st. 71bs. The winner to be sold by auction for £ 150, if for £ 100 allowed lOlbs., if for £ïO 14lba Entrance £1 about 3 miles over the flying course. To close and name to the Steioards. at the Boar's Head Hotel, Carmarthen, at8p.m., on Tuesday, February Ind. SECOND DAY. All Stakes (excepting the Harkforward Plate and Con- solation Plate) will close and name to the Stewards, at the Boar's Head Hotel, Carmarthen, on Tuesday, January 26th, at 10 p.m., and to Messrs Weatherby, 6, Old Burlington-street, London, or Newmarket. THE CARMARTHENSHIRE HUNT SELLING STEEPLECHASE PLATE Of 40 sovs. Four-year-old to carry list., five 12st. six and aged 12st. 71bs. Winner to be sold by auction for £150, if for JB100 allowed 71bs., if for jMO 101 bs. if forP-50 14lbs. Entrance £ 2; abont 2 miles over the banking course. (To close January 26th). THE HARKFORWARD SELLING STEEPLE- CHASE PLATE Of 30 sovs., 12st. each. The winner to be sold by auction for £150, if entered to be sold for B100 allowed 7lbs. Entrance 21; about 21 miles over the flying course. J 8 To close and name to the Stewards, at the Boar's Head Hotel, Carmarthen, at 8 p.m., on Wednesday Feb- ruary grd. THE BOROUGH MEMBER'S STEEPLECHASE PLATE Of 40 sovs ( £ 25 given by Sir A. C. Stepney, Bart,, .f' a added by the fund), for horses bona jidt the property of residents in South Wales Four- oV^-1081- 3]bs-> five llst- 101bs. six and aged 12st. 31bs. Winner of £ 40 (selling races excepted), once 71bs, twice 1411M five years old and upwards that have not won £ 30 allowed 71bs. Entrance £ 2 • about three miles over the banking course. (To close January 26th). THE LLANELLY STEEPLECHAE PLATE. Of 40 sovs. (given from the fund), for horses bred and hunted this season in South Wales or Monmouthshire, to be maidens at the time of starting. Four-year-olds to carry lOst. 31bs five list. lOlbs., six and aged 12st. 31bs. Entrance, 22 about 3 miles over the flvine course. J (To close January 26th). CONSOLATION PLATE. Of 25 sovs., for beaten horses at this meeting. Four- year-olds lOst. 31bs., five-year-olds list. 31 bs., six aud aged 12st. 31bs. Entrance £1, to include weighing fee; about 2 miles over the flying course. To close and name to Clerk of the Scalcs immediately after eM fourth race. iA- CONDITIONS. In all Plates at this meeting any number of horses the property of the same owner may run. Seven horses to enter, except where otherwise speci- and three to start for each race the property of different owners and out of different stable^ or the engagement to be at the option of the Stewards. j' by auction the surplus (if any) to be divided between the second horse and the fund of starting. all°Wances to oount*d up to th. Five shillings to be paid with each entrv to Stakenoiding fee, £ 1. All The decision of the Stewards will be final. All entry fees must company entry, or the entry will not be accepted. o/entry.8 (UnleSS register*d) be declared at time A Hunt Ball will beheld at the Assembly Rooms on Thursda,y night. Foxhounds will meet on Tuesday and Friday. P.S.-Any Matches can be run and inserted in pro. w of, Jdty'^on aPPlication to the Hon. Boar s Head, Hotel, Carmarthen. KEARSLEY'S. Ask your Chemist for Kearslev* Ladies' Companion. KEARSLEY'S WIDOW WELPH-STEMAI.E -LV- PIL LS have a reputation of over 100 Years and are the acknowledged remedy for Female complaints. KEARSLEY'S WIDOW WELCK'S WMirv PI^S5»«5T*S,ltbyh°e in place of the deathly pallor 80 distressing to witness. TTEARSLEY'S WIDOW WELCH'S FEMALE fY, no irritant drug, and have the approval of the Medical Profession. TCEp?TSf?Y'S WIDOW WELCH'S FEMALE "ILLS are wrapped in White Paper, and have the name" Kearsley on the Government Stamp. No others are genuine. KEARSLEY'S WIDOW~WELCH'S FEMALE PILLS can be obtained of all Chemists, 2s. 9d. per box or by post 34 stamps, from SANGEB & SoK8, 489, Oxford Street, London.