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SPRING, 1910. MISSES LEWIS & CLARE HAVE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING A SPECIAL SHOW OF HIGH-CLASS MILLINERY MODELS & NOVELTIES FOR SPRING WEAR, INSPECTION IS CORDIALLY INVITED, I CAVENDISH ••• HOUSE 41, KING STREET, CARMARTHEN. HENRY THOMAS & SONS Ladies who frequent our Establishment do not need to be reminded that we specialize notably in MILLINERY, But for the information of NEW RESIDENTS We he r them to pay a visit to our SHOWROOMS, where the display will be convincing. 2, Guildhall Square, CARMARTHEN. Millinery Blouses Skirts Costumes Veilings Corsets Hosiery Gloves Umbrellas Flowers Feathers Furs Golfers, etc. Everything for' Ladies' Wear MRS. HAYDN WILLIAMS, 7, KING STREET, CARMARTHEN. APRIL MILLINERY DISPLAY of LADIES High Class MILLINERY NEWEBT_STYLES. No Window Show. A visit of inspection invited. JKOK Threshing, Chaffcutting, Pulping, Sawing & Pumping N TANCYES OIL ENGINE. Simple, Reliable, Economical. No Lamp required aftar starting. LOW FIRST COST. TANGYES, LTD., BIRMINGHAM. SOUTH WALES OFFICK 6, HIGH STREET, CARDIFF NOTICE OF AUDIT. JLLANYBYTHER RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. TWOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Half- yearly Statemwitfl of tho Aooounts of this Rural District Council, together with the rppectrye Books of Acoount, for the half-year ended oQta f-eptember, 1909, will. on the Seventh day of April, 1910 be deposited at the Board Room of the Guardians, Union Workhouse*, Lampeter, and such Statements and Books of Account will bo open to be. inspected, examined. and copied by blny Rate- payer in the District. of the said Council at any reasonable hour in tho day-timo when the Council is not sitting until the 20th day of April, 1910, and that on the last-mentioned day, at the hour of ll.oU m the forenoon, the Accounts of the said Rural Dis- trict Council will be audited by John E. Pughe *»ones, Esquire, the Auditor, tit the Board Room aforesaid, when and where every such Ratepayer who may have any objection to any matter con- tained in the above-mentioned Accounts, may attend and prefer his objection, and the eamo will bo hoard and determined bv the Auditor. Dated this 30th-day of March, 1910. J. ERNEST LLOYD, Clerk to the Llanybyther Rural District. Council. (161 ELECTION OF GUARDIANS. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE PARISH OF ST. PETER. Iddief1 and Gentlemen,— — I beg to tliank you very heartily for re-electing n ai one of vour representatives on. the Board of ( uardians. I shall encWour to fe-rye your interests to the best of my ability, and at tho same time do TPV duty to the deserving poor. Again thanking you for the confidence you have piaoed in me. and for jour very cordial support. I am, Ladips and Gentlemen. Yours Obediently, MARGARET A. THOMAS. Myrtle Villa, Welifield Roaa. April 6th, 191D. (156 ELECTION OF GUARDIANS. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE PARISH OF SAINT PETRR. LVJDIES AND GENTLEMEN. I beg to tender my heartiest thanks to all! fond Friends who helped me by their Votes, and Interest, and in various other ways, conferring the honour upon mo by returning me at the Head of the Poll ou Monday lart. I am wed aware that support has been accorded to mo irrespective of party, or sect, and shall always endeavour to merit th*, "confidence so generously reposed in me by doing" my duty to tho Ratepayers and also to the Poor. I have the honour to be, Your obedient Servant, I 89p) GEORGIANA M. E. WHITE. COUNTY COUNCIL BYE-ELECTION. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE ABERGWIU ELECTORAL DIVISION. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, 1 beg to tnauk you for electing me as your Representative on the county Council, and it shall be my earnest endeavour to tuilv merit the conn- aence you have placed in me. 17t the same time 1 ttang IL my piain duty to contradict the talse report wrncn has oeen circulated throughout the electorate. No one regrets the Withdrawal ot my opponent from the contest more than myaetf, but to attribute it to pressure and threats on my part ia nothing but a mischievous concoction. The tacts are quite the re- verse, as my opponent, not only too well knows, but admits. I am, Your obedient Servant, JOHN GRIFFITHS. Ardwyn, Abergwili. (163 TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. f ENBERS invited for Restoration of Llanfi- I hangel-uwch-ljwili Church, Abergwili. flan and on may be seen with Mr. J, L. Davies, Tyrcapel (near Church). Tenders to be delivered to Rev. T. Thomas, Vicarage, Abergwili, by Tuesday, 26th ApriL The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. W. D. JENKINS, A.R.I.B.A., 94p) Llandilo. CULTY OF CARMARTHEN. PARISH OF ABERGWILLY. MESSRS. BEN. EVANS & EVANS are in- structed to offe* -tor SALE by PUBLIC -AUCTION, at the Ivy Bu&h Royal Hotel, Carmar- then, on SATURDAY, the 30th day of April, 1910, at 2 o'clock p.m. precisely, in Two Lots, viz. Lot 1.—AU that most desirable and exceptionally valuable Freehold Farm, called PENRALLT (other- wise Penrailt-fawr), situate in the Parish of Aber- gwilly, in the County of Carmarthen, distant about 1^ miles from Nantgaredig Station, and 5 miles from Carmarthen Town, containing 80 Acres 1 Rood 26 Poles, or thereabouts, of tho reputed best Meadow and Grazing Land in tho Valo of Towy, now in tho occupation of the Vendor. Tho Farm Buildings are modern and most, sub- stantially erected. Tho Farm is abundantly supplied with Water, both for domestic and farm purppees. The above Property, alike from an Agricultural and Residential point of view, is undoubtedly one of the most deeirablo for its size in the whole of the Vale of Towy. It is easily approached, lies within arrnln a ring fence, and most charmingly situated, having a direct Southern aspect, while it is sheltered from the West, North, and East by the surrounding Hills. It commands an unrivalled view of the beautiful Vale of Towy and the surrounding Country. Lot 2.—A valuable Plot of Ground beinlr the Ishc of an Old Cottage called TYRHIN, with "the Gar- den adjoining, containing 1 Acre and 20 Poles, or thereabouts, situate adjoining Penrallt aforesaid, within a short distance of the Main Road leading from Carmarhen to Nantgaredig, .in the Parish of Abergwilly, in the occupation of "tho Vendor. Thoro is a never-faihng Spring of Water on this Lot. Possession will be given next Michaelmas. Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be ob- tained from the Auctioneers, at G wasted-Abbot, Pencader. and 4. Priory Street, Carmarthen; or of rR. C. E. MORRIS, 165) Solicitor, Carmarthen. PANTYGLEIEN IN THE PARISH OF ABERGWILI. JOHN FRANCIS & SON are instructed to LET by AUCTION, at 3 p.m., on WEDNESDAY. next, April 13, 1910, a portion of the above LAND for grazing. All the Fields arc well provided with water. (128 ALLTYFERIN LODGE. NANTGAREDIG. JOHN FRANCIS SON are instructed to SELL by AUCTION, at the above place, at 3 p.m., on MONDAY, 18th April, 1910, the valuable FURNITURE, and other Effeots. (156

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