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TO ADVERTISERS. The Mlvwiag is our scale of pre-payment for ad- irertfeemeats of the Wanted class. Remittance ehould be made by POSTAL ORDER and accom- Saul the order. STAMPt WILL NOT BB ACCWTBD. Not of One Thrae Six Word*. Insertion. IDSeltioaa. Insertions. 20 1 0 2 3 3 6 28 1 6 3 6 4 6 06 2 0 4 0 5 6 44 8 6 4 6 6 6 The London Offices of THE JOURNAL are at za, SHOE LANE, BiO. WANTED ERRAND Boy Wanted.—Apply, JoUBNAL Offioe., Carmarthen. WIPLI-EDUCATM Tenth wanted to learn re- W porting and jo-utnalism. -Apply, Editor, Javwsu*, Carmarthen. WANTED, a Copy of the firet issue of the CABMABTHEN JOCBNAX. dated March 3rd, 1810. The Editor would feel greatly obliged to anyeoe who would lend him this number. Every care would be taken to return it—Apply, Editor, JOOBNAL, Carmarthen. WANTED Two well-educated Youths as Ap- prentices to the General Ironmongery, etc. —Apply to Towy Works, Ltd., Carmarthen. (91a I W ELL-EDGGATED Youth seeks situation as W Clerk in Carmarthen Town; age, 23; good referecices.-Bom 24, JOURNAL, Carmarthen. (5132p WANTED Spinner; constant work; good wages. —Lewis, Aberarad Mills, Newcastle-Emlyn. (5133p TO LET. HOUSE TO LET, 14, UNION STREET.-Apply ft to Miss Jones, 2, Queen Street, Carmarthen. (5G99p TO LET, No. 77, WATER STREET, Carmar- then, comprising Front-parlour, back-parlour, kitchen, scullery, and four bedrooms, coal-house, and :W.o; also large yard.—Apply, W. Thomas, Iron- monger, Carmarthen. (934 0< LET, GWARALLTYFERDRE FARM, in the Parish of Llandyssul, about 132 Acres of Arable and Pasture Land, situate between Pont- ehaen and Talgarreg.—Apply to Rev. Evan Morris, Aberayron. (5124p TO LET, BEE HIVE INN. Pencader; early pqsse<s6k>n; full license!; moderate rent.— Apply, E. Hindley, Hill Crest, Llanbadarn Road, Aberystwyth. (5129p O LET, March 35th next, ROMAN VILLA, Pensarn; most healthfully-situated; rent, £ 14, tenant paying rates.—Apply, Richards, Southfield, Long Acre Road, Carmarthen. (5131p FOR SALE. TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. Iil OR Special Quotations in Corn Flour, Barley Meal, Bran, Seeds, etc., apply on Saturday and Fair Days of JOHN DAVIES, Auctioneer and Merchant (of Alltwalia), at his office, 11, John Street, Carmarthen. Attendance 10 to 3 o'clock. (29798 OR SALE, one-horse Brougham, cheap. Also JT stylish two-wheel Trap and HarnesN suit 14 hands; all in good condition.-Apply, Davies, Rhos- maen Lodge, Llandilo. (5106p UNDERTAKERS' OPPORTUNITY.-30 Modern Hearses, Washington Cars, Clarences, Lan- daus, Brakes, Hansoms, £10, some equal new. Low Prices &ad great Bargains. Easy terms. Descrip- tive priced Catalogue.—Marston'e, 24, Bradford Street, Birmingham. omp FOR SALE, a Bay Stallion, rising two, eligible for the S.H.S.B.: full pedigree; price and other particular? on application.—Apply E. E. Clifton-on-Teme, Worcester. (5121 T OST.—Will the person who picked up a purse 1 A containing gold at the Railway Hotel, Llany- jt>yther on the 22nd November (Fair Day), and could not find the owner, kindly communicate with Benj. Williams, Blaencwm, Llidiadnenog, or the Police, Llanybyther. > (932 TENDERS are invited for 10 acres or there. JL abouts of well-grown Timber, comprising of "Larch and OaE, known as AUt-ddu Wood, and in close proximity to Pont Llanio Station.—Apply, R. So Rowland, The Garth, Llanio Road. (942 Health in the Stye Secured by the aid of %Lao" r THORLET'S FOODI Pig Feeders who use THORLEY'S FOOD will tell you that their Pigs have no off feed spells. I Aa a conditioner for Pigs. THORLEYS' FOOD I is unequalled. Pisa after partaking of food to which a small quaataby of THORLEY'S FOOD haa been added, Test, and are satisfied, and as experience has shewn, whilst pigs are resting they are gaining flesh. Sold by Agents in all parts. JOSEPH THORLEY, Ltd., Kings Cross, LONDON, The Proprietors of OVUM, Thorle/s PoultrySpice. BRIGSTOCKE & SON, WINE MERCHANTS, Estd. 1840. CARMARTHEN. Selections from our Wine Lift. Per doz. Per bottle. Good Matured Port 3611- 3/- Ports (from the WOOd) —18/ 24/, 30/- 1/6, 2 2/6 French Burgundy tax 18/- „ J/G Per gallon. Old Scotch Whisky 42/- 20, 3/6 (well matured) Specially Selected Old Scotch Whisky "NOS DA" (S) 48/- 4/- Finest Jamaica Rum 36/- 3/- (best quality). Wincarnis 3/6 per bottle- Mineral Waters in every variety. Large Stocks of Sherries, Clarets, Chamjjagnn, &c. Assorted cases h doz. and I doz. made up. Carriage paid on quantities of 1 dozen and upwards. B. MORGAN & CO.S CELEBRATED AMLWCH SHAG & ROLL Per Oz. OLD WATCHMAN SHAG (Good Smoking). 3 £ d. GOOD ROLL (Good Chewing) tTi- v?„i Buy from an Independent Firm. Established 18B2- We give no Bonuses or We put it in the quality, and give the Public the benefit. Try, it ana judge for yourselves. SOLD BY ALL TOBACCONISTS AND GROCERS. For Prices, apply to Wholesale Agent- R. W WOOLCOCK, CARDIGAN THE PREMIER FLOUR FOR WALES! APPEAL COMMONS TO THE WITH AS YOU LIKE IT" AND SOLVE Th]1 BAMS BUDGET PROBLEM Manufactured by-JOSEPH RANK, Ltd., BARRY DOCKS. 0 0 1 I SANTA CLAUS' TREASURE HOUSE. m Christmas Gifts. I 28 Separate Departments contribute their mm quota, to the Largest and Finest Collection of Articles, suitable for Presentation purposes, jUm l|t for old and young of both sexes, we have M ever sh»wa. Cl Prices vary with qualities, of course, but the KW •jjjS VAI<UE throughout is of one standard fill only—THK BEST. Grand Bazaar & Toy Fair |l FOR THE CHILDREN. If BEN. EYANS & CO,, Ltd,, Swansea, M 10,hd-ol Mp— Agricultural Implements and Foundry Stores, Paxton House, 15, Priory Street, Carmarthen. BEN JOWXSfS FORMERLY MANAGER OF T. JONES & SONS, Priory Foundry Begs to inform Farmers and others, that he has a Large Stock of Machinery and Castings at the above address, including Thrashimg Machines, Horse Gears, Oil Engines, 0 0 Chaff and Turnip Cutters, Winnowing Machines, Plough Casting and Fittings, including Coulter Wheels, Malleable Coulter and Wheel Clips, side Plates. A LARGE STOCK OF — loom CAST STEEL CHAFF and TURNIP CUTTER I KNIFES, to fit the Leading Makers' Machines, always on hand. TOMB AND VILLA RAILINGS AND GATES. A. LARGE STOCK OF PTG TROUGHS AT REASONABLE PRICES. rHE 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 CdTTERS, MOWING and REAP. ING MACHINES. OLD MACHINERY BOUGHT AND SOLD. CARMARTHENSHIRE EDUCATION COMMITTEE. APPOINTMENT OF SCHOOL ATTENDANCE OFFICER. THE Education Committee invite applications for the post of School Attendance Officer. Salary, 70 per annum, and Is. 6d. weekly for travelling expenses and stationery. The successful applicant will be required to devoto the whole of his time to tho duties. Applications, in candidates' own handwriting, tv. gether with copies of three recent testimonials, endorsed "Attendance Officer," must be sent to the undersigned not later than Friday, January 7th, 1909. J. W. NICHOLAS, Clerfc to the Education Committee. County Education Office, Carmarthen..(944 ADMINISTRATIVE COUNTY OF CARMARTHEN. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Meeting J3I of the Finance Committee of the Council of the said County will be held at tho County Offices, Carmarthen, on MONDAY, the 17th day of January, 1913, 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 the 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 Committee on the said 17th day of January next, for the purnose of having such claims audited. J. W. NICHOLAS, Clerk of the County Council. County Offices, Carmarthen, 3rd December, 1989. (937 1910. CARMARTHENSHIRE EPIPHANY QUARTER SESSIONS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Court of General Quarter Sessions of the Peace for tho County of Carmarthen will be holden and kept at the SHIRE HALL, CARMARTHEN, on FRIDAY, tho 7th day of January next, at 11.15 a.m. o'clock in the forenoon, at which hour the names of the Grand Jurors will be called over. 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 tho day and at the hour first above-mentioned, all Grand and Petit Jurors are requested to attend and answer to their names, and the Magistrates of the County are re- quested to cause all depositions relating to cases sent for trial at theso Sessions to be transmitted to the Clerk of the Peace on or before the 27th day of December instant, and in all cases arising subse- quent! v immediately after being taken. J. W. NICHOLAS, Clerk of the Peace. County Offices, Carmarthen, 3rd December, 1909. (938 COUNTY OF CARMARTHEN. SMALL HOLDINGS ACTS 1892 TO 1908. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council for the administrative County of Carmarthen propose to submit a Compulsory Order to the Board of Agriculture to enable thorn to hiro compul- sorily for a term of 35 years the fields or land numbered 4616 on the Ordameo Sheet (Carmarthen- shire XXXIII.-16), and of an acreage of 68.814, of which it Is proposed to acquiro 50 Acres, situate in the Parish of Llandilo Fawr, in the County of Carmarthen, owned by Mr. G. Protheroe-Beynon, Trewcrn, Whittand, and occupied by Mr. Evan Jones, Manoravon, Llandilo, and the purpose for which the land is proposed to be hired is to lease it to applicants for Small Holdings. Copies of the Order may be obtained free of charge at the County Offices, Carmarthen, where the plan referred to in the Order may at all reasonable times be inspected by any person interested in the land. Any objection to the said Compulsory Order must be presend to the Board by a person interested in the land within a. period of one month from and after the date on which notice of the Order is sent him, or if no notice is sent to him from and after the date of the latest advertisement of a notice of this Order, a copy of every objection must be sent to the undersigned. Datdl this 22nd day of December. 1909. J. W. NICHOLAS, Clerk of the County Council. County Offices, Carmarthen. {947 COUNTY OF CARMARTHEN. SMALL HOLDINGS ACTS1892 TO 1908. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council for the administrative County of Carmarthen propose to .submit a Compulsory Order to the Board of Agriculture to enable them to hire compul- sorily for a term of 35 years the fields or land numbered 521, 398, 436 on the Ordnance Sheets, Car- marthenshire XLV.—8, XLV.-7, and XLV.-II, and of an acreage respectively as follows:—5.196, 4.367, and 5.871, situate in the Parish of Llanstephan, in the County of Carmarthen, the Agents for which aro Messrs. E. David- and David, Old Bank Chambers, 27. High Street, Cardiff, and occupied by Mr. Robert Phillips, Plas-issa Farm, Llanybri. Ltan- stephan. and the purpose for which the land is proj>osod to be hired is to lease, it to applicants for Small Holdings. Copies of the Order may be obtained free of charge at the County Offices, Carmarthen, where the plan. referred to in the Order may at all reasonable times be inspected by any person interested in the land. Any objection to the said Compulsory Order must be presented 1% the Board by a person interested in the land within a period of one month from and after the date on which notice of the Order is sent him, or if no notice is sent to him from and after the date of the latest advertisement of a notice of this Order, a copy of every objection must be sent to the undersigned. Date-d this 22nd day of December, 1909. J. W. NICHOLAS. I Clerk of the County Council. County Offices. x Carmarthen. (948 COUNTY OF CARMARTHEN. SMALL HOLDINGS ACTS 189? To 1908. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council for the administrative County of Carmarthen propose to submit a Compulsory Order to the Board of Agriculture to enable them to hire oompul- sorily for a term of 35 years the fields or land numbered 3030 on the Ordnance Sheets, Carmarthen- shire XXII.-9, Pembrokeshire XII.—12 and XIIL-9. and of an acreage of 5.003, situate in the Parish of Trelech, in the County of Carmarthen, owned by Mr. William Thomas, Cwmglas, Trelech, Llanfyrnach, and occupied by Miss A. Davies, Pentre- cagal, Trelech, Llanfyrnach, and the "purpose for which the land is proposed to be hired is to lease it to applicants for Small Holdings. Copies of the Order may be obtained free of charge at the County Offices, Carmarthen, wnere tho plan referred to in the Order may at all reasonable times be inspected by any person interested in tho land. Any objection to the said Compulsory Order must be presented to the Board by a person interested in the land within a period of one month from and after the date on which notice of the Order is sent him, or if no notice is sent to him from and after the date of the latest advertisement ot a notice of this Order, a copy of every objection must be sent to the undersigned. Dated this 2nd day of December, 1909. J. W. NICHOLAS, Clerk of tho County Council. County Offices, Carmarthen. (949 COUNTY OF CARMARTHEN. SMALL HOLDINGS ACTS 1892 TO 1908. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council for tho administrative County of Carmarthen propose to submit a Compulsory Order to the Board of Agriculture to enable them to hire compul- eorily for a term of 35 years the fields o'r land numbered 1852 and 1798 on the Ordnaneo Survey Sheet, Carmarthen, XXIII.-15, of an acru-'ge 'respectively of 6.655 and 5.076, whereof it is pro- posed to acquire one quarter acro of the field No. 1852 and the whole of the field No. 1798, situate in the Parish of Llanpumpsaint,. in the County of Car- marthen, owned by Mr. C. Banks Davies, Llwyndu, Llanstephan Road, Carmarthen, and occupied by Mr. D. Davies, Mill Farm, Llanpumpsaint, and the pur. pose for which the land is proposed to be hired is to lease it to applicants for Small Holdings. Copies of the Order may be obtained free of charge at the County Offices, Carmarthen, where tho plan referred to in the Order may at all reasonable time-! bo inspected by any person interested in the land. Any objection to the said Compulsory Order must be presented to the Board by a person interested in the land within a period of one month from and after the date on which notice of the Order is sent him, or if no notice is sent to him from and after the date of the latest advertisement of a notice of this Order, a copy of every objection must be sent to the undersigned. Dated this 22nd day of December, 1909 J. W. NICHOLAS, Clerk of the County Council. County Offices, Carmarthen. (950 COUNTY OF CARMARTHEN. SMALL HOLDINGS ACTS 1892 TO 1908. NOTIC E Is> HEREBY GIVEN that the Council for the administrative County of Carmarthen propose to submit a Compulsory Order to the Board of Agriculture to enable' them \0 LTre compul. sorily for a term of 35 years the fields or land numbered 114, 115, and 116 on the Ordnance Survey Sheets, Cardiganshire XLV.—2 and Carmarthenshire XIII.-2, of an acreage respectively as follows L- 8.919, 8.738, and 6.437, situate in the Parish of Cenarth, in the County of Carmarthen, owned by The Right Hon. The Earl of Cawdor, Stackpole Courtv Pembroke, and occupied by Mr. Davies, Parc- nest Farm. Newcastle-Emlyn, and the purpose for which the land is proposed to be hired is to lease it to applicants for Small Holdings. Copies of the Order may be obtained free of charge at the County Offices, Carmarthen, where the !l.an referred to in the Order may at all reasonable tiniee, be inspected by any person interested in the land. Any objection to the said Compulsory Order must be presented to the Board by a person interested in land. Any objection to the said Compulsory Order must be presented to the Board by a person interested in the land within a period of one month from and after the date on which notice of the Order is sent him, or if no notice is sent to him from and after the date of the latest advertisement of a notice of this Order, a copy of every objection must be sent to the Tindersigned. Dated this 22nd day of December, 1909. J. W. NICHOLAS, Clerk of the County Council. County Offices, Carmarthen. (951 CARMARTHENSHIR E. PARISH OF LLANEGWAD. JOHN FRANCIS & SON will offer for SALE by PUBLIC? AUCTION at the Ivy Bush Royal Hotel, Carmarthen, at 2.30 p.m., on Satur- day, 8th January, 1910. the valuable Freehold Pro- iierty, known as "BRYNDEILO," situate close to the Village of Nantgaredig, and comprising Two Semi-detached Dwelling-houses, known as Nos. 1 and 2, Bryndeilo. and a valuable Building Plot con- taining 434 square yards (more or less). Further particulars may be obtained of the Auc- tioneers, Carmarthen; or of J. R. Williams, Esq., Solicitor, Llandilo. (952 WANTED immediately, a Cartakev to reside in W and keep fires in a vacant House.—Apply to John Francis and Son, Estate Agents, Carniar- tilel.1. (953

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