THE JOURNAL, NOVEMBER 25, 1910 TRADE DIRECTOR f. CARMARTHEN AND DISTRICT. Auctioneers foho Francis and Son, The Mount, Spilman Street, Carmarthen. i. n Howell Thomas and Son, St. Mary Street, Car- muthen. Chemist & Optician AL King Morgan, St. Peter's Pharmacy, 15, King Street, Carmarthen. Coal Merchant m Bland Davies, Coal and Lime Merchant, Blue Street, and 8, Quay Street, Carmarthen. Ironmonger era. W. Phillips, Wholesale and Retail Furnishing IroDmonger, 4 and 5. Dark Gate, Carmarthen. LLANDOVERY. Boot and Shoe Manufacturers Rfvle Quality and Price are the best Salesmen in the World. Se them at Jenkins and Jons. Boot Manufacturers, Llandovery and Ilan'hto.
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TO ADVERTISERS. The following is our scale of pre payment for ad- Mrtisements of the Wanted olass. Remittaa* should be made by POSTAL ORDER and aooou- ftany the order. Stamps will NOT be accepted. No of One Three. Si* Words. Insertion. Insertions. Insertions IS 1 6 «. i j & 36 19 4 0 8 J 44 — 86 4 6 oo The London Offices of THE JOURNAL are at 18. SHOE LANE. E.C. „.— Wanted. DOMESTIC Servants, Grooms, Gardeners, Farm Hands in plenty by advertising in this column every Thursday. Twenty words, Is.; 3 insertions, b. Bd. CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST.-Wanted at once c an Apprentice. -Apply to Arthur Arthur, Nott Square, Carmarthen. (610 OSIERY.-Wanted expert Knitters and Men- rL ders, machines power driven; regular em- ployment; good wages. Apply, Myrddin Hosiery Co., Carmarthen. (635 YOUNG Person wanted for Housework, and assist in shop. Experience not necessary.— Apply, Dairy, New North-street, Bloomsbury, London. (309p EAVERS.-Wanted a steady Man, able to W weave on box-loom; good wages; constant employment.-D. Thomas, Cwmllwchwr Factory, Ammanford. (328p CLEAN, industrious General Se™1' ;ab->eJ.° wash cook, and iron, for lady her husband, and child. Church of England girl preferred.- Applyf giving references and stating wages re- quired, to Snape, Solicitor, Maesteg, Glam. (327p WANTED, as a Cowman and Farm work gener- allv, situation. Last engagement over six years, wages moderate.-Apply, E. Owen, Royal Oak, Pumpsaint, Llanwrda. (329p To Let. fll o LET, No. 15, UNION STREET, Carmar- I then.—Apply, Miss Jones, 2g Queen Street, Carmarthen. (625 T O LET, the OLD THREE CROWNS, Haver- fordwest.—Apply, S. Allsopp and Sons, Ltd., Burton Chambers, 63, Wind Street, Swansea. (320p TO LET, 29, PICTON TERRACE, Carmarthen, commodious house, with coach-house, and garden; immediate possession.—Saer, Hall Street, Carmarthen. (325p 0 LET or SOLD, "TYNRHOS COTTAGE," Cellan, Lampeter, 12 acres of land or there- abouts; immediate possession.-Apply Morgans, Mackworth, Aberdare. t (324p TO LET, the FARMERS' ARMS, Tanerdy, Carmarthen", fully licensed, stabling, garden. Apply, Buckley's Brewery. Ltd., Carmarthen. (654 For Sale. OR SALE.-Thermos Flasks, 1 pint, 6s. 6d. JD each.—Apply, JOURNAL Office. Carmarthen. TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. Ijl OR Special Quotations in Corn Flour, Barley 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 STOCK-TAKING SALE. Tyres, Covers, 3s 3d; ks Air Tubes, with valves, 2s 3d each; guaranteed, Pram. Tyres, Frames, Wheels, Saddles, Pedals, Car- riers, etc., new goods. Sale list free.—W. A. Gorton, Manufacturer, Wolverhampton. (299p POCKET Gummed Receipt Books, Counterfoil, or Duplicate. In books of 50 leaves, 4d. each. 100 leaves, 6d. Prices for books printed with cus- tomer's name on application.—JOURNAL Co., Ltd., Carmarthen. MODERN Light Funeral Carriages, Hearses, Cars, Coaches, 50 New and Second-hand; reduced prices; Sale or Hire. Easy terms. Also Motor and Taxi-Cab Bodies. Catalogues MARS- TON'S, 24, Bradford Street, Bfrmingham. (307p FOR the best, cheapest, and most up-to-date Letter Files, apply tc JOURNAL Co., Ltd., Carmarthen. YISITING CARDS, Gent's or Ladies' size, plain round oornered, bevelled, or gilt-edged, at shortest notice.—JOURNAL Co., Ltd., Carmarthen. FOR PALE—25.000 Thrrrn (Quicks), 5.000 Privet, 1.000 Roses, Fruit Trees, Shrubs, etc.—Harry Coysh, Nurseryman, Carmarthen. (330p CANVAS Covers, Green or White Waterproof, Roped and Lettered, complete at Is. 6d. arid Is. 7d. per square yard.—W. M. Brimmell, Canvas Contractors, Stroud, Glos. Established 50 years. (332 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS THOSE BEAUTIFUL WADDIN GTON PIANOS, with extended steel frames, are the finest value on the market. We have been making pianos for 72 years, and can offer you for 1;25 what you cannot obtain elsewhere under £ 35. This is no 'boast but actual fact, and we can prove it up to the hilt. When buying direct you save the middle- man's profit, which in a pianoforte is considerable. Our pianos are used by all eminent musicians, and we invite intending purchasers to call at 29 and 31, City-road, Cardiff, to hear them. END for our list of Second-hand and Shop- soiled Planos and Organs, from 5s. monthly. Wonderful bargains being offered this week. von't miss this opportunity.—Waddington and Sons, Ltd., 29-31, City-road, Cardiff. £ 16 net cash or terms arranged if necessary.— Second-hand Pianoforte, by Brader and Sons, Swansea, iron frame, check action, trichord, etc.; a bargain.—Waddington and Sons, Ltd., 29-31, City- road, Cardiff. £ 23 Net Cash.—Upright iron Grand Pianoforte, overstrung: very fine tone; nearly new; honestly worth dollble.-Waddiiigtoii and Sons, Ltd., 29-31, City-road, Cardiff. W GUINEAS (Originally 35 guineas), at 10s. 6d. per month.—^ alnut Pianoforte, lovely mellow tone, scarcely soiled, all the latest improve- ments and fully guaranteed; exchanged free within 12 months if not satisfactory, and tuned free for same period.—Waddingtons, Ltd., 29-31, City-road, Cardiff. Miscellaneous £ 4,000 and E950 to be advanced on Sound Free- hold Securities. £ 1,100 and E600 on Sound Leasehold Properties.—Apply, F. E. Tunbridge, Auctioneer, Swansea. (312p STRAYED to Clynsaer, Cynghordy, Mountain S Ewe and Cross-Ryland Lamb. Pitch mark D. J. D. Unless claimed within twenty-one days will be isold to defray expenses.—T. Morgan. (318p STRAYED to Crincae, Llanddeusant, 3 Sheep KJ (with several marks). If not claimed in 21 days will be sold to defray expenses.—Daniel Evans. (323p OST—at Llandoverv—Liver and White Spaniel 1 a Bitch, answers to Nell; 10s. reward.—Tm- pauni, Pootardulais. (326p HARRIES, TOWY WORKS, LIMITED, IRONMONGERS r The Oldest Com- CUTLERS l K-s Ulf IJ3' -# ¿.' plete House t Furnishers in town DEALERSIN Our prices and I GUNS, [I roll I,- :1"Ht'r. terms are equal to Wholesale China, men in ever^ Earthenware, &c. BE -H Department. SEND US YOUR REPAIRS, AND WE WILL GIVE YOU SATISFACTION. All Goods sold at Civil Service and Army and Navy Stores prices and terms. 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Established upwards of 40 yers. 11 In boxes 4s. 6d. eacl. of all Chemiste and Patent Medicine Vendors throughout the World, or sent tor sixty stamps by the makers, The f ilticoln and Midland Countiea Drug Company, Lincoln. ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS SICKNESS, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY. THIRD PARTY, BURGLARY, GLASS & FIDELITY GUARANTEE RISKS, INSURED AGAINST BY THB RAILWAY PASSENGERS ASSURANCE CO., Now Incorporated with the NORTH BRITISH & MERCANTILE INSURANCE Co. Claims paid £ 5,800,000. 64, CONRHILL, LONDON. A. VIAN, Secretary. Agent—F. LANCFORD, G.W.R., Haverfordwest. „ C. P. READ, Llanelly. Agents required in unrepresented Districts. 25/- THE "IDEAL" BALE 25/- -i OF BED CLOTHES. — BEN. EVANS& Co,is Special Winter Offer. The great success of our Ideal bales in past Winters may be accepted as proof of the Excellent Value they are. We have many repeat orders from pleased customers. The bales are all identical in Value. 2 WHITE WITNEY BLANKETS, blue border 2i TUC DAI r yards long-. Splendid Quality. «- I ME BALE 2 SILVER GREY SHETLAND BLANKETS warm OR/ and durable, about 2 yards long. ■ 2 TWILL COTTON SHEETS, Unbleached, large r<t D bed size, 70 x 90 inches. C3.FF13.^6 Pfllu 1 DOWNETTE QUILT covered ehintz, 6 x 5 ft. in the 1 ALHAMBRA QUILT, red or blue, full size. 2 STRONG COTTON PILLOW CASES. United Kingdom. Money returned in full if not perfectly satisfactory. « I I Please askjor Special Bale, No. IO. M. ————————' Of)/- BEN. EVANS & CO., LTD., 0R/_ SWANSEA. AUTUMN, 1910. Misses Lewis & Clare j Have pleasure in announcing that their SHOWROOMS ARE NOW OPEN With a selec tion of HIGH-CLASS MILLINERY MODELS — AND NOVELTIES FOR AUTUMN WEAR. ALSO FURS, OSTRICH AND FEATHER BOAS, UMBRELLAS GLOVES, AND VEILINGS. A VISIT OF INSPECTION WILL BE ESTEEMED CAVENDISH HOUSE, 41, King Street, CAR3IARTHEN Agricultural Implements and Foundry Stores, Paxton House, 15, Priory Street, Carmarthen. I BEN" JOZffXSS 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 Thrashing Machines, Horse Gears, Oil Engines, Chaff and Turnip Cutters, Winnowing Machines, Plough Casting and Fittings, including Coulter Wheels, Malleable Coulter and Wheel Clips, Side Plates, Bolts, Pulleys, Shafting and Plummer Blocks, Brass Bearings, Field Rollers, Curd Mills, Chain Harrows. Sole Agent for the Royal First Prize Corbett Corn Mill., also the Celebrated FROST fc WOOD Oo "# Mowen, Reapen, and Binder*, eta C* Tomb and Villa Railings and A Large Stock of Pig Troughs The Plough Castings consist of Boards also Dyffryn with Cast and Steel Plough Boards, Double Tom with Steel Boards. Hospital for Threshing and A 'LAKCTE STOCK OF — Winnowing Machines, Horse OAST STEEL CHAFF and Gears, Chaff 4and Turnip Cut- TURNIP OUTTEF KNIVES, ters, Mowing and Reaping to fit the Leadlig Makers' Machines. Maohfnes, always on hand. OLD MACHINERY BOUGHT ND SOLD j BRISTOL HOUSE, CARMARTHEN. M. & LTTHOMAS BAKERS, GROCERS, CONFECTIONERS, ft* CIWRESHMF,NT$ READY AT ALL TIMBS. HOME-MADE BREAD, CAKE sad PASTRY. Ffcitiw catered for. Prim Mvd*ftft «11 PRUDENT LA; IES Will lAY. their Bagr oombinge ^and aend tho m to J. HODGES HAIR WORKER, TBNBY, Who will make ttemn up into Tfaik, tie., and rttmrB theta, post ires, from la. per o4- The cheapest honae in Wst"-I" aH kimb of Hair Work aDd WhOstricd Go". i The Physician'• I I I I I I flj ■ Cure for Gout, B M J Rheumatic Goat and Gravel. The Uuiversal Remedy for Acidity of the Stomach, Headache, Heartburn, Indigestion Batest ana mow Sour Eructationsi. Bilious Afiectiona. Effective Aperient for ￼ ￼ ￼ MAGNESIA NATHANIEL THOMAS, FAMILY BUTCHER, 13a, KING STREET (Next door to the Probate Offto6). 14-16 H. P. DARRACQ CAR FOR SALE. LATEST 1910 MODEL. Hood, Screen, Lamps, and all Accessories. £ 195—A BARGAIN GIBBON BROOKS, Motor Works, OFF NORTH MORGAN ST., COWBRIDGE ROAD, CARDIFF. Money THE OLD-ESTABLISHED PROVINCIAL .L UNION BANK continues to LEND immense sums daily, from £10 to £ 6,000 on "Note of Hand alooe" or other security. No office inquiry charges whatever. Moderate interest. Easy instalments. Speoial rate for short periods. Largest and most honouralblj conducted business in the Kingdom. Thousands of our regular oostomere have expressed their entire satisfaction is repeated transactions with an. A gentleman from Bank will wait upon you at once with Cash. Call, or write (in oonfidenoe) to Manager— STANLEY DOWDING, 1, Queen Square, BristoL CUPISS' CONSTITUTION BALLS & llOnnrn For Grease, Swelled HIIKXrN Legs, Cracked Heels, 11 V I Iw LU Coughs. Colds, Sore fhroats, Disordered Liver, Broken Wind, Influenza, Loss of Appetite, &c.. &c. ■■ For Hide-bound, Star- I.A I II p ing Coat, Hove or V/F* I I La La Blown Distemper, Sur- feit, Conditioning, Preserving Health, Scouring in Calves, &c. p p M For Rot or Fluke, and "■•■■I for keeping in Health, Assisting to get into Condition, Scouring in Lambs, &c. Prepared upwards of 50 years by the late FRANC IS CUPISS, M.R.C.V.S., Diss, NORFOLK. Sold in packets is. gd. and 3s. 6d. each, 7 small packets 10s. 6d., or 7 large 21s. by Chemists and Med i- cine Vendors, or from FRANCIS CUPISS, Limited, Che Wilderness, DISS, on receipt of amount. BICENTENARY. 1710-1910. SUN FIRE OFFICE FOUNDED 1710. The Oldest Insurance Office in the World. N^OPFICE}>^ Copied from Policy dated 1796. Insurances effected on the following risks:- Employers' Liability and Personal Accident. Workmen's Compensation Sickness & Disease, Domestic Servants and Fidelity Guarantee Plate Glass. Burglary. Domestic Servants and Fidelity Guarantee Plate Glass. Burglary. For all particulars apply to the following Agsata; — Ammanford-Mr. David Arthur Fox. Carmarthen—Messrs. John Francis and Son. Dolfalit-Mr. David Thomas. Garnant-Mr. Rees Davies, Brynteg. Llandile-Mr. W. D. Jenkins. George Street. Llandovery—Mr. Thomas Phillips. Llanstephan-Mr. John Morgan. Llanvbyther—Mr. David Thomas, Blaenhoib*nt Llandyssul—Mr. Leonard C. Farleigh. Lampeter-Mr. W. Davies, 17, Station Terrace. Mr. H. W. HowelL New Quay-Mr. David Enoch. Pantyffynon-Mr. David Francis. Sarnau-Mr. J. Nicholas. Talsarn-Mr. Llewelyn Davies. The Carmarthen Bill-posting Company, 15, Bridge Street, Carmarthen BILLPOSTING and Advertirlng in all its 13 Branches throughout the Counties f Carmar- then, Pembroke, and Cardigan. W. S. MORRIS, W R.O LE S ALE GROCER — CORN, FLOWER & SEE.") MERCHANT, National Telephone, 60. Bend for Prioe List. Tefeyrama, "Morris Merchant, Carmarthen." Educational Announcement HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, CARMARTHEN. President of the Council: THE LORD BISHOP OF ST. DAVID'S. Lady Principal: MISS A. F. CLARKE, B.A., London University. THE School give an Excellent Education on JL very Moderate Terms. Admirable accommodation for Boarders. Pupils prepared for LONDON MATRICULA- TION an other Public Examinations. Boys as well as girls can be received in the Pre- PARTMENT. For full particulars, apply to the Lady Principal. Carmarthen County Schools THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Headmaster- E. S. ALLEN, M.A. (Cantab). COUNTY GIRLS' SCHOOL. Headmistrees-MISS B. A. HOLME, M.A. Late Open Scholar of Girton College, Cambridge. Fees— £ 1 9s. per term (inclusive; 3 terms in UM year). Reduction for two er more members of the same family. Boarders can be received at both Schools. Shipping Announcements. SOUTH & EAST AFRICA Royal Mail Route Union-Castle Line London and Southampton. WEEKLY Sailings by Royal Mail and Inter- mediate Steamers to Cape Colony, Natal, Delagoa Bay, Beira, and Mauritius, calling at Madeira, Canary Islands, Ascension, St. Helena. MONTHLY DIRECT SERVICE to EAST AFRICAN PORTS, via the Continent and Sues Canal. For Rates of Passage Money and all further in- formation, apply to the Managers, DONALD CURRIE & Co., LONDON. Or Local Agents. Carrying 'His Majesty's Mails to AUSTRALIA) MELBOURNE, "RV SYDNEY and D x BRISBANE, ORIENT GIBRALllk MARSEILLES. TARANTO. PORT TTXTF! SAID- COLOMBO. Through Tickets to New Zealand and New Zealand and Tasmania. Tons. London. Marseilles. Naples. Osterley (tw. sc.).12x29.Dec. 1. Dec. 3 Ophir (tw. sc.) 6814.Dec. 9 .Dec. r5. Dec. 17 Orontes (tw. sc.) 9023 .Dec. 23 .Dec. 29. Dec. 31 Orsova (tw. sc.) 12036.Jan. 6 .Jan. 12. Jan. 14 Managers-F. GREEN & Co. and ANDERSON, ANDERSON & Co. Head Offices, Fenchuroh Avenue, London. For Passage apply to the latter firm at 5, Fenchurch Avenue, E.C., or to Weat- end Branch Office 28, Cockspur Street, S.W.; or J. VAUGHAN EVANS. 6. Cowell iitr., LianeHy. Sales by Auction CARMARTHENSHIRE. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARMS. MR. W. N. JONES has received instructions to offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Royal Ivy Bush Hotel, in the. Town of Car- marthen. on SATURDAY, December 3rd 1910, the following Valuable FREEHOLD FARMS, viz. LOT I.-All that Valuable Freehold Farm and Lands known as CWMCOTHI. in the Parish of Llanegwad, containing by admeasurement 52 Acres or thereabouts, lately in the occupation of Mr. John Evans. LOT 2.—All that Valuable Freehold Farm and Lands, known as PANTYMAEN, in the Parish of Llanwinio. containing by admeasurement 93 Acres or thereabouts, now in the occupation of Mr. G. R. Thomas as yearly tenant thereof. Lot 1 comprises some excellent Land, is well situated on a rising bank about 4 miles from Nantgaredig Station, and has a Trontage of about a quarter-of-a-mile to the well-known River Cothi, one of the best Rivers in the County. Lot 2 is situate near Moriah Congregational Chapel, Blaenwaun, about 8 miles from St. Clears. and comprises some very desirable Land, well served with Water. The Roads leading to it are in excellent condition. Vacant possession of Lot 1 can be had on completion. Sale to commence at 2.30 p.m. Plans, Particulars and Conditions of Sale will be ready shortly, and can be had from the Auctioneer, Ammanford, or Mr. D. Harries Bowen, Solicitor, Gorseinon and Pontardulais. Auctioneer's Offices, Ammanford, November 4th'. 1910. (650 I CARMARTHENSHIRE. PARISH OF LLANFIHANGEL-RHOSYCORN. \/| ESSRS. BEN. EVANS & EVANS are instruc- ted to SELL by AL CTION. at the Black Lion Hotel. LIanybyrher, on December 5th, 1910, at 2 p.m.. the following Valuable Freehold Farm and Small Holdings, viz.:— I Lot I.-All that Freehold Farm. called CLYN- WALIS. situate in the above Parish and County, containing 37a. lr. 18p.. or thereabouts, with the Dwelling House and Outbuildings thereon, held by Mr. Evan Evans as yearly tenant. Lot 2.—A Freehold Small Holding, called PEN- PIHIW. adjoining Lot 1. containing 6a. lr. 22p., or thereabouts, with the Dwelling House. Stable, and Shed thereon, held by Mrs. Sarah Jones as yearly tenant. Lot 3;—AH that Freehold Small Holding, called NANTYFEINEN. situate in the above Parish and County, containing 12a. lr. 17p., or thereabouts, to- gether with the Dwelling House, Stable, and Cow- house. thereon, in the occupation of Mr. David Thomas as yearly tenant at the annual rent of L9. Further narticnlars may be obtained of the Auc- tioneers. Gwastod Abbot .Pencadcr. and Priory- street, Carmarthen; or of Mr. W. J. Wallis-Jones, Solicitor, Pencader and Carmarthen. (651 DANYRALLT ESTATE, LLANGADOCK. CARMARTHENSHIRE. MESSRS. MORGAN, REES. & DAVIES have been favoured w'ith instructions from Mer- vyn Peel. Esq.. to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION (subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall then and there be produced), at the Golden Lion Inn, Llangadock. on WEDNESDAY, December 7th, 1910. at 2.30 o'clock in the afternoon. Several Lots of Valuable and Heavy STANDING TIMBER, comprising OAK, ASH, ELM. and other Timber Trees, together with 1,000 very heavy Oak Poles. The whole of the Trees are beautifully grown, and are very long and heavy, and are well worthy the attention of Timber Merchants. Colliery Pro- prietors. and others. The haulage in every lot is exceptionally easy. and the whole are within con- venient distance to Llangadock Railway Station. Credit on Approved Security. For 1l particulars applv to Morgan, Rees, and Davies, Auctioneers, Timber Valuers, Estate Agents and Surveyors, Llandovery, P.O. Tel. 13, Llandilo and Llangadock. (655