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rir" ONE POINT ON WHICH LIBERALS & CONSERVATIVES AGREE THAT FOR TIP-TOP VALUE IN BOOKS, XMAS CARDS, TOYS, & WILLIAMS, KIN G STREET, CANNOT BE BEATEN. OUR SELECTION IS LARGER THAN EVER. We do not ask you to "Wait and See," but COME and SEE. SEEING IS 13ELIEVING ONLY ADDRESS-19 & 20, KING STREET, nAttMAUTBEH. CHRISTMAS I SHOPPING. The spacious Shops and Show Rooms with ample room for a leisurely examina- tion of their contents, the practically unlimited choice of temptingly displayed goods at Most Tempting Prices, and the ZI.10 Z!1 facilities given for making your selection (you will not be pestered to buy), are amongst the features which make BEN. EVANS' the ideal Shopping Centre for the Christmas Shopper. Each of our 28 Departments has some- thing to offer for Christmas Gifts. I THE CREAT TOY BAZAAR will be open daily until Christmas Eve, BENElHW SWANSEA. LTD. < BRISTOL BOUSE. CARMARTHEN. M. & L. THOMAS BAKERS, GROCERS. CONFECTIONERS. t* OLIVRESHMENTS READY AT ALL TIMBS. HOME-MADE BREAD, CAKE and PASTRY. PtrtiM eatered for. Price* Modwate. 1(71 ASSEMBLY ROOMS, CARMARTHEN. The 43rd Annual St. Peter's CHRISTMAS TREE Thursday, January 5th, 1911. STALLHOLDERS: FANCY STALL-The Vicarage. Do. -Mrs. Lester, Furnace Lodge. Do. AND Toy STALL-Miss White, King Street. REFRESHMENT STALL-Mrs. Arthur, Elm Lodge. FARMERS' STALL-Messrs. Bartlett Bros., Priory Street. MISCELLANEOUS STALL-St. Peter's Church Choir. FRUIT AND FLOWER STALL-)11rs. Pugh Evans, and the Misses Violet, Queenie, and May Williams, Napier House. TEA STALL-Mrs. Stephen Morgan, 2, Spilman Street. COFFEE STALL-Mrs. John Morgan, Blue Street. Contributions will be thankfully received by any An6 Attractive ENTERTAINMENT in the Side RThe Proceeds will be devoted towards Building a New Mission Room in Cambrian Place. (658 LLANDILO AUCTION MART COY., LTD. Will hold their Annual CHRISTMAS SHOW AND SALE of PRIME FAT STOCK, In the Market, adjoining the Llandilo Bridge Kail- way Station, on MONDAY, 19th DECEMBER, 1910, When the following Prizes will be awarded: For the Best Fat Ox or Heifer (the Property of a Tenant Farmer)-lst prize, L31 2nd do., El 10s., 3rd do., 5s. Fo^th^Be^t Fat Ox or Heifer (open) by Llandilo Tradesmen)—1st prize, £ 2; <2nd ao., £1; 3rd do., 10s. For the Best Pen of 3 Fat Sheep (open)-lst prize, 2nd do., 10s. For11he" Best Pen of 3 Fat Lambs (the P^perty of a Tenant Farmer)-lst prize, £ 12nddo l0s For the Best Fat Pig (open)—1st prize, £ 1, 2nd do., 10s. For the Best Pen of 3 Fat Porkers (the Property of a Tenant Farmer)-lst prize, £ 1; 2nd do., 10s. Conditions and further particulars may n tained from the Auctioneers-Messrs J. Howell Thomas and Son, Carmarthen, and Mr. W N. Jones, Ammanford. (669 SALE THIS DAY. STEELE VILLA, FERRYSIDE. rn HE SALE of the whole of the Valuable J. FURNITURE, Engravings. Oilpaintings, Books, etc., etc., will take place TO-DAY (Friday), December 16th, 1910. ) Sale to commence at 12.30 o'clock. JOHN FRANCIS & SON, 673) Auctioneers. STEELE VILLA FERRYSIDE. JOHN FRANCIS & SON are instructed to offer J for SALE bv PUBLIC AUCTION, at the White Lion Hotel, Ferryside, on THURSDAY, 5th Januarv 1911, all that Valuable Dwelling House and Premises known as << STEELE VILLA," situate on The Cliff, Ferry side.. Further particulars will duly appear, and in tne meantime may be obtained of the Auctioned. Car- marthen. (678 PRELIMINARY NOTICE. YxLUABLE Freehold ESTATE to be SOLD by PUBLIC AUCTION on WEDNESDAY, January 11th, 1911, at the Royal Oak Hotel, Lam- £ £ 1.—All that, desirable Freehold Farm and Small Holdings thereon, known as "RHIWONEN." in the Parish of Llanfihansel-Ystrad, Cardiganshire in the occupation of Mr. John Davies, at the annual rent of £ 123. comprising 199 acres or thereabouts. Lot 2.—All that desirable Freehold Farm, known as PANTYFEDWEN, in the same parish, com- prising 39 acres or thereabouts, in the occupation of Mr. Ben Davies at the annual rent of £25. Further particulars will appear next week. DANIEL 1. REES, Auctioneer. Lampeter, I December 13th, 1910. (676 DRILL HALL, LLANDILO. Clearance Sale of an exceptionally High-class Stock of China. MESSRS. J. HOWELL THOMAS & SON have received instructions from the Vincent Fine Art Potterv Co. (Burslem, Staff.), to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, on MONDAY, TUESDAY, and WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19th, 20th. and 21st, 1910. at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. each day, a portion of the above well-known firm's superior stock of CHINA, including exceedingly Beautiful Specimens of Splendid Services, Ornaments, etc. Also strong, useful KITCHEN WARE of every description. The Auctioneers wish to say the sale is absolutely genuine. The goods are of the high standard for which the vendors are renowned. Nothing has been specially got for the occasion. The lots are offered to ensure a complete and speedy clearance of all surplus stock. I May be viewed and private purchases made (at half usual prices) from 10 a.m. days of sale. I For further particulars, apply to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, St. Marv's Street, Carmarthen. (677 PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION FOR THE WESTERN DIVISION OF THE COUNTY OF CARMARTHEN, 1910. TAKE NOTICE that all Persons having any claims against John Hinds, Esq., M.P., or against me, the undersigned, his Election Agent, for any expenses incurred on account of or in respect of the conduct or management of the above Election are, by "The Corrupt and Illegal Practices Prevention Act, 1883," required to send in detailed particulars of such claims to me, at my office, situate as below, within fourteen days after the 14th inst. And take Notice that every claim not so sent in will be barred and cannot be paid unless by leave of His Majesty's High Court of Justice. Dated this 15th day of December, 1910. THOS. WALTERS, 31, Quay Street, Carmarthen, Election Agent for the said John Hinds. (679

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