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TO ADVERTISERS. The following is our scale of pre-payment for ad- vertisements of the "Wanted" class. Remittance should be made by POSTAL ORDER and accom- pany the order. STAMPS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. No. of One Three Six Words. Insertion. Insertions. Insertions. 20 1 0 2 3 3 6 28 1 6 3 6 4 6 36 2 0 4 0 5 6 44 2 6 4 6 6 6 The London Offices of "THE JOURNAL" are at 28, SHOE LANE. E.C. wV A.NT IS U =— ERRAND Boy Wanted.—Apply, JOURNAL Office.. Carmarthen. ITLL-EDUGATED Youth wanted to learn re- porting and journalism.—Apply, Editor, JOUBSTAL, Carmarthen. ~T ANTED, a Copy of the first issue of the W CARMARTHEN JOURNAL, dated March 3rd, 1810. The Editor would feel greatly obliged to anyone who would lend him this number. Every care would be taken to return it.-Apply, Editor, JOURNAL, Carmarthen. WANTED Two well-educated' Youths as Ap- prentices to th# General Ironmongery, etc. -Apply to Towy Works, Ltd., Carmarthen. (91b WANTED, Stable Boy, about 18 years of age; must bo of good character; salary, £ 18 a year; indoors.—R. W. Fraser, M.B., Bodfeddyg, Fforestfach, Swansea. (5120p ELL-EDUCATED Youth seeks situation as Clerk in Carmarthen Town; age, 23; good reference?.—Box 24, JOURNAL, Carmarthen. (5132p W AXTED pinner; constant work; good wages. W —Lewis, Aberarad Mills, Newcastle-Emlyn. (5133p WOOLLEN (ardor and Spinner wants situation; please address in confidence—"Wool, JOURNAL Offices. Carmarthen. (5135p WANTED, Smith: must be a pood shoer and sober. Apply, giving wages required, Davies, Teify Forge. Lampeter. (5130p X17 ANTED. 20 Gallons of Milk daily.—J. C. Richards. Blaenmorfa, Llanelly. (5120p TO LET. OUSE TO LET, 14, UNION STREET.-Apply t to Miss Jones, 2, Queen Street, Carmarthen. {5Q99p TO LET, the PLOUGH INN, Gwernoglc, near Brechfa; fully licensed; immediate possession. —Apply, Bucklev's Brewery, Ltd., Carmarthen. (924 TO LET, No. 77, WATER STREET, Carmar- then, comprising Front-parlour, back-parlour, kitchen, scullery, and four bedrooms, coal-house, and w.c; also large yard.—Apply, W. Thomas, Iron- monger, Carmarthen. (934 7110 LET, GWAllALLTYFERDRE FARM, in J the Parish of Llanflyssul, about 132 Acres of Arable and Pasture Land, situate between Pont- shaen and Talgarrcg.—Apply to Rev. Evan ^orrie. Aberayrort, (5l2^p fTl 0 LET, JUKli HIYE INN. Pencader; oarly aJL possession: full lioenso; moderate rent.— Apply, E. Hindley. Hill Crest, Llanbadarn Road, Aberystwyth, (5129p TO LET, March 25th next, ROMAN VILLA, Pensarn: most healthfully-situated; rent, £ 14, tenant paying rater,Apply, Richards, Southfield, Long Acre Road. Carmarthen. (5131p J FOR SALE, TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. "lil OR Special Quotations in Corn Flour, Barley Jj Meal, Bran, Seeds, etc., apply on Saturday and Fair Days of JOHN DAVIES, Auctioneer and Merchant (of Alltwalis), at his office, 11, John Street, Carmarthen. Attendance 10 to 3 o'clock. (29788 FOR SALE, one-horse Brougham, cheap. Also stylish two-wheel Trap and Harness, 6uit 14 hands; all in good condition.—Apply, Davies, Rhos. maen Lodge, Llandilo. (5106p NDERTAKERS' OPPORTUNITY.-30 Modern U Hearses, Washington Cars, Clarences, Lan- daus, Brakes, Hansoms, £10, some equal new. Low Prices and great Bargains. Easy terms. Descrip- tive priced Catalogue. -Marston's, 24, Bradford Street, Birmingham. (S093p TIMBER FOR SALE.—Oak, Alder, Ash and Larch, growing on Tyrpentre. Tenders to be sent on or before the 17th December to John Williams, Pentretygwyn, Llandovery, who will sfiow the lot. The vendor does not bind himself to accept the highest or any tender. (5119p FOp. SALE, Power Loom, equal to new, by Hodgson; two months' credit.—Apply, Lewis, Mill Street, Newcastle-Emlyn. (5116p SHORTHORN and Cwjss-bred Calves for Sale; 8 25s. each on rail, Aberdare; cash with order.— Whiting, Merchant, Aberdare. (5111p FOR SALE.—Tenders are invited for two acres of well-grown Larch, 40 years growth. Close to Llanpumpsaint Railway Station. Tenders must bo in hand not later than December 24th, 1909. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.— Apply, Thomas Jones, Pantydrew, Llanpumpsaint. (5110p FOR SALE, a Bay Stallion, rising two, eligible for the S.H.S.B.: full pedigree; price and other particulars on application.—Apply E. E. Jones, Clifton-on-Teme. Worcester. (5121 310alth -in the Stye Secured by the aid of ¡i THORLEY'S FOOD I ifig Feeders who use THORLEV'S FOOD will tell you that their Pigs have no off feed spells. As a conditioner for I I Pigs. I THORLEYS' I FOOD is unequalled. Pigs, after partaking of food to which a small quantity of THORLEY'S FOOD has been added, Test, and are satisfied, and as experience has shewn, whilst pigs are resting they are gaming flesh. Sold by Agents in all port*. JOSEPH THORLEY, Ltd., King's Cross, LONDON, The Proprietors of OVUM, Thorley's PoultrySpice. BRIGSTOCKE SON. WINE MERCHANTS. Estd. 184:0. CARMARTHEN. Selections from H iv. Per doz. Per bottle. Good Matured Port :6!- Ports (from the m wood) Is; -,41!, 10.?- I'C,. 2 -6 French Burgundy Beaun- 18/- 1/G Per gallon. Old Scotch Whisky 4:?. 20 (well matured) Specially Selected Old Scotch Whisky NOS DA" ( £ ;f) 48,- 4/- cal Finest Jamaica Rum 30 (best quality). Wincarnis ,0' 6 Per Lottie. Mineral Waters in every variety. Large Stocks of Sherrv-s, Cforcfs, Chow,>a<, J:' t' Assorted cases .[ doz. and 1 doz. made up. Carriage paid on quantities of 1 dozen and upwards. THE P.REMIER FLOUR FOR WALES APPEAL COMMONS TO THE WITH AS YOU LIKE IT" AND SOLVE ThE BAUER'S BUDGET PROBLEM Manufactured by-JOSEPH RANK, Ltd., BARRY DOCKS. 0 A Ckl i-; w IK9 -.Wi, P-0 kv OWw.ITi;, 0 PLO I SANTA CLAUS' TREASURE HOUSE. 0 Christmas Gifts. I viiw viri# fli! IUI M 28 Separate Departments contribute their Iff •w# quota, to the Largest and Finest Collection of Articles, suitable for Presentation purposes, fill S9 for old and young of both sexes, we have la •ffhj ever shown. Pk gp Prices vary with qualities, of course, but the mm ¡ 38 VALUE throughout is of one standard gig jjS only—THE BEST. g[[| H Grand Bazaar & Toy Fair SI FOR THE CHILDREN. m K BEN. EYANS & CO., Ltd., Swansea, H 0 Agricultural Implements and Foundry Stores, Paxton House, 15, Priory Street, Carmarthen. BZSX JONES FORMERLY MANAGER OF T. JONES & SONS, Priory Foundry Begs to inform Farmers and others, that he has a Large St ock of Machinery and n Castings at the above address, including Thrashing Machines, Horse Gears, Oil Engines, Chaff and Turnip Cutters, Winnowing Machines, Plough Casting a nd Fittings, including Coulter Wheels, Malleable Coulter and Wheel Clips, side Plates. A LARGE STOCK OF CAST STEEL CHAFF and TURNIP CUTTER KNIFES, to fit the Leading Makers' Machines, always on hand. TOMB AND VILLA RAILINGS AND GATES. A LARGE STOCK OF PIG TROUGHS AT REASONABLE PRICES. THE PLOUGH CASTINGS CONSIST OF PENLLWYNRACA'S CASTING WITH STEEL and CAST IRON PLOUGH BOARDS; ALSO DYFFRYN, WITH CAST AND STEEL PLOUGH BOARDS, DOUBLE TOM with STEEL BOARDS. HOSPITAL FOR THRASHING and WINNOWING MACHINES, HORSE GEARS, CHAFF and TURNIP CUTTERS, MOWING and REAP- ING MACHINES. OLD MACHINERY BOUGHT AND SOLD. I KYNOCH [ i SHOOTING CARTRIDGES I ¡ H Tell&x 6/10 pev 100 "Bonax" 7/10 "Primax" 9- „ I J"" *• Kynoid" 10/6 „ I "Opex 12/- Sold by T. M. WILLIAMS, Ironmonger LLANDILO E. MORGAN & CO:S CELEBRATED AMLWCH SHAG & ROLL Per Oz. OLD WATCHMAN SHAG (Good Smoking). 3|d. GOOD ROLL (Good Chewing) /Vvt2 i Buy from an Independent Firm. Established 1822. Wo give no Bonuses or Prizes. e put it in the quality, and give the Public the benefit. Try it and judge for yourselves. SOLD BY ALL TOBACCONISTS AND GROCERS. For Prices, apply td Wliolesale'Agent- R. W WOOLCOCK, CARDIGAN LOST.—Will tho person who picked up a purse containing gold at tho Railway Hotel, Llany- byther on the 22nd November (Fair Day), and could not find the owner, kindly communicate with Bcn]. Williams, Blaencwm, Llidiadnenog. or the Police, Llanybyther. (932 SUN FIRE OFFICE Folded 1710. The Oldest Insurance Office in the World. Insurance effected on the following risks:- FIRE DAMAGE. Resultant Less of Rent and Profits, Employers' Liability and I Personal Acoident, Workmen's Compensation < Sickness & Disease, including Accidents to I Fidelity Guarantee, Domestic Servants. I Burglary. For all particulars apply to the following Agents:- Ammanford-Mr. David Jenkins. Mr. David Arthur Fox. Carmarthen—Mr. John Francis. Mr. M. J. Thomas, 23, The Avenne. Dolfallt—Mr. David Thomas. Garnant—Mr. Rees Davies, Brvnteg. Henllan Station-Mr. Morgan J. Thomas. Llandilo-Mr. W. D. Jenkins, George-street. Llandovery-Mr. Thomas Phillips. Llanstephan—Mr. John Morgan. Llanybyther-Mr. David Thomas. Llandyssul-Mr. Leonard C. Farleigh. Lampeter-Mr. W. Davies, 7, Station-terrace. Mr. H. W. Howell. New Quay-Mr. David Enoch. Pantyffynon-Mr. David Francis. Bar nan—Mr. David E. Thomas. Talsarn-Mr. Llewellyn Daviea. I Reduction in the Price of Gas NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE PRICE OF GAS WILL BE REDUCED TWOPENCE PER THOUSAND CUBIC FEET TO THE ORDINARY AND COIN CONSUMERS, Such Reduction to take effect after the expiration of tho Quarter ending 31st December, 1909. Tho Priep, will then be:-To Ordinary Consumers, 3s. 9d. nor 1,000 cubic feet; and for Engines, 3s. 3d. per 1.000 cubio feet. By Order. B. A. LEWIS, Manager and Secretary. 3rd December. 19C9. (943 TENDERS are invited for 10 acres or there- t abouts of well-grown Timber, comprising of Larcli and OaK, known as AUt-ddu Wood, and in closo proximity to Pont Llanio Station.-Ar)ply, R. 8. Rowland, The Garth, Llanio Road. (942 THE QUESTION OF THE HOUR! 11 HOW TO SAVE MONEYII t I This is easily done by Purchasing your BOOKS, XMAS CARDS, TOYS, & AT X>, T^rXXaX«I^.]%C^, ONLY ADDREss OLD CURIOSITY SHOP, 19 & 20, KING STREET, CARMARTHEN. SEE OUR WINDOWS, and NOTE PRICES. ST. PETER'S CHURCH, CARMARTHEN. 7- THE FORTY-SECOND ANNUAL CHRISTMAS TREE WILL BE HELD AT THE ASSEMBLY ROOMS On THURSDAY, JANUARY 6th, 1910. STALL-HOLDERS: FANCY STALL-The Vicarage. Do. —Mrs. Lester, Furnace Lodge. Do. —G.F.S. Members. FARMERS' STALL-Mrs. W. Thomas, Hall Street. ^REFRESHMENT STALL—Mrs. Spurrell and Mrs. Walter Spurrell. FRUIT & FLOWER STALL-Miss Ditcham, Infirmary. TEA STALL—Mrs. Nicholas, Spilman Street. COFFEE STALL-Mrs. Andrews, Mrs. Lloyd, Mrs. Newman, and Mrs. Nicholl, The Avenue. Contributions in money or kind will be thankfully received by any of the above. (911 BOROUGH OF LAMPETER. THE ANNUAL. CHRISTMAS MARKET AND SHOW OF LIVE AND TRUSSED POULTRY, EGGS, &c., WILL BE HELD On Tuesday, 21st December, 1909. IN THE MARKET PLACE. Prizes will be given for the beet Exhibits. For further Particulars, see Posters, oil apply to the Hon. Sees., Councillors James Morgan, Fountain Hotel, and John Jones, 11, Station Terrace. J. ERNEST LLOYD, Town Clerk. Lampeter, 6th December, 1909. (935 TOWY FISHERY DISTRICT. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at the ex- piration of one month from the under-men- tioned date the Board of Conservators of the above District will apply to the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries for confirmation of certain Bye-laws where- by the period during which a gaff may be used in connection with a rod and line in tho said district, shall bo from the 1st May to 15th October, instead of from 2nd April to 30th- September as at present. A copy of the said Bye-laws is kept at the Office of the said Board of Conservators, 4, St. Mary- street, Carmarthen, and all persons may, at all rea- sonable times, inspect such copy without fee or re- ward. and the Board will furnish every person who shall apply for the same with a copy thereof, or any part thereof, on payment of one penny. Dated this 23rd day of November, 1909. C. H. MORGAN GRIFFITHS, St. Mary-street, Carmarthen, Solicitor. Clerk to the said Board of Conservators. (927 CARMARTHENSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL. EDUCATION COMMITTEE. TENDERS invited for Building Additions to the County School at Llandovery. Drawings and Specification may be seen on appli- cation to tho undersigned, from whom further parti- culars may be obtained. Tenders are to bo sealed endorsed and delivered to J. W. Nicholas, Esq., County Education Offices, Carmarthen, on or before January 5th, 1910. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. W. VINCENT MORGAN, A.R.I.B.A., County Architect. County Offices, Carmarthen. (929 DAVID LEWIS (DECEASED). I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all credifora and <flter persons having any debts, claims, or demands upon oragamstthe estate ofDAVID LEWIS, late of TIVY VILLA and TREBEDW FACTORY, near HENLLAN, in the County of Cardigan, Woollen Manufacturer, deceased, who died on the 25th day of May, 1909, Administration of whose estate and effects was granted to David Thomas, of Wern, near Henllan, aforesaid, on the 17th day of June, 1909, by the Principal Registry of tho Probate Division of the High Court of Justice, are required to send to us full particulars in writing of such claims or demands on or before the 20th day of December next, land -NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that at the expiration of such I timo the said administrator will proceed to adminis- ter the estate and distribute tho assets of the said deceased amongst the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims and demands oi which the said Administrator shall then had notice; And that the said Administrator will not be liable for the assets of the said deceased or any part thereof so distributed to any person or persons ot whose claim or demand he shall then not have bad Dated this 16th day of November, 1909. PJCTON EVANS & JONES, 9, St. Mary's Street, Swansea, 921) Solicitors for the said Administrator. ADMINISTRATIVE COUNTY OF CARMARTHEN. "VT OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Meeting of the Finance Committee of the C ouncil ox the said C'ountv will be held at tho County Offices, Carmarthen, on MONDAY, the 17th day of Januarv, 1910, at 12.15 p.m. All Persons having any claims against the Council are requested to send in their accounts to the Clerk of the Council, at his Office in tho County Offices, Carmarthen, on or before the 3rd day of January, and the. persons making such claims respectively must attend, if called upon to do so, before the Finance Committeo on the said 17th day of January next, for the purpose of having such claims audited. J. W. NICHOLAS, Clerk of the County Council. County Offices, Carmarthen, 3rd December, 1909. (937 110. CARMARTHEN SHIRE EPIPHANY QUARTER SESSIONS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Court of General Quarter Sessions of the Peace for tho Countv of Carmarthen will bo holden and kept at tho SHIltE HALL. CARMARTHEN, on FRIDAY, the 7th day of January next, at 11.15 a.m. o'clock in tho forenoon, at which hour the names of the Grand Jurors will be called over. T1 At 11.30 a.m. the Court will take County Business, at the conclusion of which tho trial of Prisoners and Defendants, and the Hearing of Appeals and motions will be proceeded with. and on the day and at the hour first above-mentioned, all Grand and Petit Jurors arc requested to attend and answer to their names, and tho Magistrates of the County are re- quested to causo all depositions relating to cases sent for trial at these Sessions to bo transmitted to the Clerk of tho Peace on or before the 27th day of December instant, and in all cases arising subse- quently immediately after being taken. J. W. NICHOLAS, Clerk of the Peace. County Offices, Carmarthen, 3rd December. 1909. (938 CARMARTHENSHIRE EDUCATION COMMITTEE. APPOINTMENT OF SCHOOL ATTENDANCE OFFICER. THE Education Committee invito applications foi the post of School Attendance Officer. Salary, JE70 per annum, and Is. 6d. weekly for travelling expenses and stationery. The successful applicant will be required to devote the whole of his time to the duties. Applications, in candidates' own handwriting, io- gether with copies of three recent testimonials, endorsed "Attendance Officer." must bo sent to the undersigned not later than Friday, January 7th, 1909. J. W. NICHOLAS, Clerk to ,the Education Committee. County Education Office, Carmarthen. '*(944 STRAYED Pony, bay, colour; rising two years; ks white hindleg. Will be sold within 21 days to clear cost.—Apply, Williams, Llwyn Rhebog, Gwvn- fe, Llangadock. (5115p TENDERS invited for the purchase of Larch and Oak at Llwynderw, near Sarnau Station.— Apply, Luther Jones, Brynhebog, Brechfa, Carmar- then. (5113p WANTED, an experienced Ala id, able to wash and iron, and to do plain cooking.—Rees, 117, Station Road, Llanelly. (5137p LLANDILO URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. — NO TI C E — OF CHANGE OF MARKETS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that from and after the 31st day of DECEMBER, 1909, the usual, FORTNIGHTLY MARKETS WILL BE HELD OX THE 2nd and 4th Monday in eaoh Month Instead of on TUESDAY as heretofore. BY ORDER, WM. GRIFFITHS. Chairman uf the Council. Llandilo, 13th December. 1909. (945 LL,-k.N DILO. -CAR NIARTIIEN -SIIIRE. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM. MR. WILLIAM JONES has received instruc- tions to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION at the Cawdor Arms Hotel, Llandilo, on MONDAY (FAIR DAY), December 20th, 1909, at 2 o'clock in tho afternoon (subject to Conditions of Sale to bo then and there produced), all that valuable FREE- HOLD MESSUAGE FARM and LANDS, known as HENDY," situate at Forge, Drefteh, in the Parish of Llandilo-fawr, in the County ot Carmar- then, containing by admeasurement 40 Acres or thereabouts of good arablo and pasture land, riow in the occupation of Mr. Henry Thomas, the esti- mated rental of which is JE30 per annum. The Dwelling House and Outbuildings are in good repair. The Dwelling House cantains four rooms on the ground floor and three bedrooms, and tho Outbuildings consist of cow-shed for 6 Cows, Two- stalled Stable, Barn, Piggeries, and Hay-shed. The Land is in good lie art. with a good supply of water. About 3 Acres of the Land is under Larch Plantation, of about. 20 years growth, and which is now ripe to be cut for pitwood. The Property is situate within 5 miles of the Town of Llandilo, and the tenant has tho privilege of sending his Cattle and Sheep to graze on tho Black Mountain. Further particulars may be obtained from the Auctioneer, or from MR. CLAUD R. DAVIES, Solicitor, Llandilo. Auctioneer's Offices: Carmarthen Street, Llandilo, Dec. 6th, 1909. (946 will not cure everything. But for 80 years it has had unrivalled success as a remedy for Coughs & Colds, Asthma, Chronic Bronchitis, and Weakness of Lungs, It's healing efficacy in Consumption has been abundantly proved by hundreds of testimonies published in recent years. CONGREVE'S BALSAMIC ELIXIR for Diseases of the Lungs is sold by all Chrmists at i/i'a, a/9, 4/6 and u/- per bottle. Mr.Congreve's weli-knownbook on Consumption and other Diseases of the Lungs will be sent j>o-t I I free for Sixpence, on application to Coombe c, I I Peckham, London, S.E. J]

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