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fEfcrucattow JJIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. CARMARTHEN. President of the Council: THE LORD BIHOP OF ST. DAVID'S, Lady Principal: MISS A. F. CLARK, B.A., London University. ,R> HE School give an Excellent Education OL J_ very Moderate Terms. Admirable Accommodation for Boarders. Papila prepared for LONDON MATRICULA. TION and other Publio Examination* Boys aa well as girls can be received in the Pre- paratory Class and the KINDERGARTEN DE- PARTMENT. Next Term begins Wednesday, September 24th. Boarders return Tuesday, September 23rd. For full particulars, apply to the Lady Principal. ^ARMARTHEN COUNTY SCHOOLS. THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. filABMABTEB—E. B. ALLEN, M.A. (Cantab). COUNTY GIRLS' SCHOOL: HBADMisTaw-MISS B. A. HOLME, M.A. Late Open Scholar of Girton College, Cambridge Fees, £ 1 9s. per term. Reduction when there are two or more children from the same family. The next Term begins Tuesday, September 16th. The Headmistress (at the Girls' Sohool) and the Headmaster (at the Boys' School) will be pleased to see the parents of new pupiis on Saturday, September 13th, from 11 to 1, and on Monday, September 15th, from 2.30 to 5. Boarders can be received at both Schools LLANDILO. D. R. H. PRICE, L.T.S.C., T.C.L. Adjudicator and Teacher of L Singing, ? THE BRIARS, L LANDILO. (1718 L LANYBYTHER GRAMMAR SCHOOL. I MR. STEPHENS, B.A., Inter. B.So., Lond., assisted by trained certificated Mistress, will, during summer vacation, prepare candidates for the September and other examinations. (1604p ¡ JJALCYON COLLEGEa CONGLETON. CHESHIRE. Patroness-Lady Maxwell, of Calderwood. Principal-Miss Hughes Parry. Assisted by Resident English and Foreign Mistresses. High-class Modern Education. Moderate Fens. Prospectus. (1720 THE COUNTY (DUAL) SCHOOL. LLANDOVERY. Head Mistress-Miss M. E. PRICE, B.A. (London). FEES-21 10s. per Term. Reduction for two or more of the same family. Next Term begins WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th, 1913. Boarders can be received at the School. For Terms apply to the Head Mistress. (Signed) D. SAUNDERS THOMAS, Clerk t.o the Local Governors. July 28th, 1913. (1793 ART IN PORTRAITURE. tiike all other arts the art of the photo- grapher is ever improving. People who receive many photographs from friends cannot help observing how much more distinctive some are than others. They stand, as it were, in a class by them- selves. MR. GEORGE WEAKS THE STUDIO, 121 LAMMAS STREET, Is very successful in making these Portraits Z5 of Distinction." A visit to the Studio will be greatly appreciated GAS is about the only thing in these days that has gone down in price. Coal has gone up, and is likely to rise still further. Why, therefore, do you not heat the water in your kitchen range with a gas water heater (not a geyser), and use a gas cookeiv and thus avoid the use of coal, at any rate in the summer? Night or day, winter or summer, a Gas Water Heater will give you the comfort of really hot water for the bath and the kitchen without the least trouble, and at small cost. In these days of scarcity of servants this is a great boon. 204TH YEAR OF THE OFFICE. SUN FIRE OFFICE FOUNDED 1710. The Oldest Iasaranoe Office in the World. fmcil CepM from Policy 4*t#d 1, Insurances affected oa the following risks:- employers' Liability and Personal Accident, Workmeds Compensation, Sickness and Disease, Domestic Servants. Fidelity Guarantee Plato Glass. Burglary. For all particulars apply to the following Agaato: New Quay—Mr. D. Meredith Jones. pantyffynnon-Mr. David F»*nois. Samau-Mr. J. Nicholas. Talsarn Mr. Llewelyn Da-vies. Ammanford-Mr. David Arthur Fox. Carmarthen- Moore. John Fraaois and Son. Doltattt-Mr. David Thomas. Gamant-Mr. Reea Dave*, Brynteg. Llandilo-Mr. W. D. Jenkins, George Street. Llandovery—Mr. Thomas Phillips. Llanstephan-Mr. Henry Jones. Llanybyther—Mr. David Thomas, Blaenhirbant. Llandyssul-Mr. J. R. Harris. Lampeter-Mr. W. Davies, 26, Bryn Road. Mr. H. W. Howell. HEAP pRINTlNG CHEAP pRINTIG EXECUTED AT TO JOURNAL OFfIOE. THE WELSH JNSURANCE CORPORATION, jyMITED. CHIEF OFFICE 28, High Street, Cardiff Issue:—Live Stock (Foaling) Policies at excellent rates to Farmers. Also Fire, Burglary, Personal Accident, Motor Car, Sickness, Plate Glass, Boiler Explosion, Gas Engines, and other Engineering Risks, (Fidelity Guarantees, Third Party, Employers Liability, &c., &o. THE ONLY GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF WELSH ORIGIN, and with a Welsh Board of Directors. It has been inaugurated for the express pur- pose of giving attention to tine rapidly growing interests of Wales. BRANCH OFFICE:—17, WIND STREET, SWANSEA. Apply for Copy of Prospectus. public Wotices ROBERT MACBONALD & T. B. YOUNC (under an arrangement with Mr. George Edwardys). Present— THE ————————— DOLLAR PRINCESS 40 Artistes and entire production from Daly's Theatre, London. The actual Theatre Company with their own Musicians will appear. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20th, AT 8 P.M. AT THE Assembly Rooms, Carmarthen. Tho first and onl) vl -it this season. No advance in prices. BOOK NOW at E. Colby Evans, Guildhall Square, where Plan may be seen. Prices—Reserved Seats, 3/ Unreserved Seats, 2/ Admission, 1/ HAVE YOU SECURED YOUR SEAT YET? (1810 ABERGWILI. THURSDAY\ AUGUST 28th. 1913. Q PEN gHOW Of Flowers, Fruit, Vegetables, Corn and Root Crops, Dairy Produce, Bread, Honey, Dogs, Poultry, Pigeons, Cage Birds, Rabbits, Cats, &o. NEARLY B50 GIVEN IN PRIZES. Numerous Specials, including Cup and Silver Medals. Entries close August 21st. A Clay-pigeon Shooting Competition will take place in the afternoon; also Grand Concert in the evening. For further particulars and schedule of classes, apply to the Sees., Messrs. Lewis and Dempster, Dolgwili, Carmarthen. G.W.R. EXCURSIONS. MONDAY & WEDNESDAY NIGHTS, AUGUST 18 & 27. LIMITED DAY TRIP to KILLARNEY (12/3), ARKLOW, WOODENBRIDGE, OVOCA, RATHDRUM. RATHNEW, WICKLOW, BRAY, DUBLIN (12/9), WEXFORD (7/9). Leave Llanelly 9.41 :9,;11.. Carmarthen Junction 10.11 p.m. MONDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 25. To LONDON for 1, 3, 5 or 7 days. Leave Car- marthen 10.15 p.m., Pembrey 10.46, Llandovery 6.45, Llandilo 7.25, Brynamman 6.0, Glanamman 6.9, Pantvffynnon 7.53, Pontardulais 8.3, Llanelly 10.55. DAY FARE, 8/6. SATURDAY to MONDAY TICKETS. are now issued between any Great Western Stations at about a fare and a third for the double journey. Minimum oharge:—First 4/ Third Class 2/6. For details, see bills, or send postcard to stations or offices. 1821) FRANK POTTER, General Manager. RE JOHN BISHOP, DECEASED. Pursuant to the Law of Property Amendment Act, 1859. NOTICE is hereby given that all creditors and other persons having any claims or demands against the estate of John Bishop, late of Doly- garreg, in the county of Carmarthen, a Judge of County Courts, deceased (who died on the 27th day of April, 1913, and whose Will was proved in the Principal Registry of the Probate Division of His Majesty's Hrgh Court of Justice on the 7th day of August, 1913, by Caroline Florentia. Affleok Bishop, Widow, one of the executors therein named), are hereby required to send the particulars in writing of their claims or demands to us tae undersigned the Solicitors for the said executor on or before the 25th day of September, 1913, after which date the said executor will proceed to dis- tribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the persons entitled thereto, having regard onlv to the claims and demands of which she shall have h td notice; and she will not be liable for the assets of the said deceased, or any part tha.-eof so dis- tributed to any person or persons of whose oiaims or demands she shall not then have had notice. Dated this 9th day of August, 1913. STRICK & BELLINGHAM, Swansea, 1817) Solicitors for the said Executor. LLANDILO-FAWR UNION. WORKHOUSE INFIRMARY. APPOINTMENT OF CLERK OF WORKS. THE Guardians of this Union will at their Meet- A ing on the 30th day of August, 1913, appoint a Clerk of the Works to superintend the erection of the above Infirmary. Applications from oompetent persons, stating age, experience, qualifications, previous occupation, and Salary required, should be sent so as to reach me before the 30th instant. By order, R. SHIPLEY LEWIS. Clerk to the Guardians. Llandilo, August 5th, 1913. (1816 /> REWARD wid be paid for Recovery of a O Silver Grey Mate Yorkshire Terrier, about 4ilbs. weight, head of iighter colour than the body name 'Prince.' Lost from following address—Morgan Jones, Llanmiloe, Laugharne. (1675p Sales Huctton. CARMARTHENSHIRE. PARISH OF LLANYCRWYS. MR. DANIEL I. REES will offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Royal Oak Hotel, Lampeter, at 2 o'clock on FRIDAY, the 22nd August, 1913, all that most desirable little Property called, BRYNCRACH (part of), containing 19.046 acres of excellent Land with a suitable House and farm buildings, situated near the high road from Pumpsaint to Lampeter, in the occu- pation of Mr. David Davies as yearly tenant. The Camnant Brook bounds the property and affords water power. A Plan and Particulars of the Property may be seen at the Ffaldybrenin Inn. For further particulars apply to John M. Davies, Froodvale, Llanwrda: Messrs. Wing and Eade, Solicitors, 1. Gray's Inn Square, Xpndon, W.C.; or to the Auctioneer, Lampeter. (1809 SALE BY JOHN DAVIES, ALLTWALIS. Aug. 19th, 1913.-Gilfach, LIanpumpsaint—Carpen- ter's Stocb-in-Trade, &c. (1672p Sales b Huctton CARDIGANSHIRE. PARISH AND VILLAGE OF LLANARTH. MESSRS. THOMAS JONES AND SONS have received instructions from D. R. Lewis Lloyd, Esq., to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, In Lots, at the Rose Hill Arms, Llanarth, on THURSDAY, 11th September, 19i3, at 2 p.m. pre- cisely, the following FREEHOLD PROPERTIES: The Desirable Country Residence, known as "GWYNFRYN." The Important Freehold Farms, known as "NANTYGWRDU," "PANTCEFN," and "PENWERN." The Ideal Small Holdings, known as PONT- FAEN," "ROPEYARD," "GOSEN," and "RRYDFYDDAU." The Excellent Accommodation Fields with Wood- lands, known as "NEUADD FIELDS," Numbered 3241, 3238, 3635, 3623, on the Ordnanoe Map, and the Field of nearly 16 Acres part of Nantygwrdu, numbered 3061 on the said Map. Convenient Houses and Gardens, known as "ROSE HILL COTTAGE," "BRYNHYFRYD" (2), "CASTLE" (2), "ROSE GREEN," ROSE COTTAGE," "AURORA HOUSE," "TANYARD COTTAGE," and "PLAS." Pasture Land and Outbuildings now held with "Rose Hill Arms." Freehold Ground Rents with Reversions to Gross Rents at very early dates to the full v-licensed Public-house known as "Rose Hill Arms," and to "Arba," "Alma House," and Shop (Mrs. Davies), "Aima" (Mm, Margaret Evans), "Alma" (Miss "Grace Thomas), and "Myrtle Hill," and also to "TEe Tuoking Mill,' known as "Pandy." BUILDING SITES. Warehouses, Stabling, Yard and Premises, known as "Tanyard. Full Plans, Particulars and Conditions of Sale are now in course of preparation. and copies may be had on application to the Auctioneers, Garth- owen, Pontshan, Llandyssil; or to JOHN T. LEWIS, Esq., Solicitor, 1729) 54, Chancery Lane, London, W.C. CARMARTHENSHIRE. Highly Important Sale of Valuable Freehold Farms, Small Holdings, Accommodation Closes of Pasture Land, Public-house, Cottages, eto., situate in the Parishes of Kiffig and Marros. LYRIISSRS. J. HOWELL THOMAS & SON have received instructions to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION at the Yelverton Arms Hotel, Whitland, on FRIDAY, August 22nd, 1913, at 2.30 p.m. pre- cisely, t'ne following outlying portions of THE WESTMEAD ESTATE the whole extending to an area of 1,217 Acres; or thereabouts, as set out in the Schedule here- under: — Lot. Description. Situation. Area. 1 Old Pale Farm, with CwmlKiffi A85 R'3 P; Pale, Tybacb, and Wood- lands 2 Cnstle Ely Farm, East and Do. 234 1 22 West 3 Castle Ely Mountain Part of Castle Ely 85 2 5 Farm 4 Small Holding Do. 38 3 20 5 Castle Ely Mill Kiffig 15 o 37 6 Field of Grazing Land Red Roses 104 7 Grazing Meadows, Cottage Do. 5 3 32 and Garden and Garden 8 Freehold Grazing Field ,Do. 1 2 6 9 Clyngwyn Farm and Wood-¡1\Iarros 374 3 21 land 10 Woodreefe and Woodland Do.. 80 I 38 11 New Inn Public-house andjAmroth 92 2 17 Land and Woodland 12 Black Hall Cottage and Near New Inn, 0 2 16 Land Amroth 13 New Inn Cottage and Dù. 0 I 11 Garden Particulars, with Plans and Conditions of Sale, may be obtained of Messrs. Dowson, Ainslie, and Co., Solicitors, 19, Surrey Street, Victoria Em- bankment, London, W.C., or of the Auctioneers at their Offices, Saint Mary Street, Carmarthen. LLANDILO. Select Sale of Imported Pedigree Jersey Cows and Heifera MESSRS. J. HOWELL THOMAS & SON having -L' been favoured with instructions from Messrs. Fowler and de la Perrelle, of Southampton (the Original Importers, Established 1811), will SELL by AUCTION on SATURDAY, 23rd August, 1913, in the Cawdor Arms Hotel Yard, Llandilo, a Grand Selection of Jersey Cows and Heifers (calved and near calving). Sale at 2.30 precisely J Desoriptive Catalogues may be obtained of the Auctioneers, Carmarthen. (1805 CARMARTHENSHIRE. Preliminary Announcement of a Sale of the Valu- able Estate, known as the GELLYWERNEN & GORING THOMAS' ESTATES" situate in the Parishes of Llannon and Llanelly. MESSRS. J. HOWELL THOMAS & SON have -L* received instructions to prepare for a SALE by AUCTION, to take place in the month of September next, the above Valuable Estate, comprising the whole of the Freehold Farms, Ground Rents, House Property, eto., situate in the above Parishes. For further particulars apply to Messrs. Tre- herne, Higgins and Co., Solicitors, 7, Bloomsbury Square, London, W.C.; William Griffiths, IJeq., Estate Offices, Llanelly; or to the Auctioneers at their Offices, Saint Mary Street, Carmarthen. EDWINSFORD, LLANDILO. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. MESSRS. J. HOWIELL THOMAS & SON have -t. recteived instructions to SELL by AUC- TION at the above place on THURSDAY, Septem- ber 11th, 1913, the whole of the Valuable, Live Stock, Crops, Implements, etc., full particulars of which will appear in posters and next week's ad- vertisement. CARDIGANSHIRE & CARMARTHENSHIRE. Preliminary Announcement of a Sale of a Valuable Estate known as THE GLANYRAFON ESTATE MESSRS. J. HOWELL THOMAS & SON have received instructions to offer for SALE by AUCTION, in September next, the above Freehold Estate, viz. PARISHES OF LLANDISSILIO-GOGO AND LLANARTH, AND DISTRICT OF TALGARREG The Farms and Small Holdings, called Pontar- dules, Esgereinon, Ffynondewi, Llyndu, Rhydyr- wyn, Cwmbychan, Crugcoy, Penrheol, Pantswllt, Talgarreg, Cornmount, Eager, Glanyrynia and Graigisaf; Glanyrafon Arms Public-house and Lands; The "Plas" Residence and several Dwel- ling-houses, etc. PARISH OF LLANFIHANGEL-AR-ARTH. The Farms of Cwmcreigiau-fach and Cefnmaea, etc. Full Particulars will duly appear, and in tho meantime all information may be obtained of the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Saint Mary Street, Carmarthen, or of r". B. Skeels, Esq., Solicitor, 1, Gresham Buildings. Basinghall Street, London, E.C. (1742 MESSRS. WILLIAM & WALTER JAMES, F.A.I.. will offer at the Llandilo Town Mart, MONDAY, AUGUST 25th, 1913, the follow- ing 14 PEDIGREE SHROPSHIRE RAMS, viz., 7 PUREBRED YEARLING SHROPSHIRE RAMS. 7 PURE-BRED SHROPSHIRE RAM LAMBS. ALL OUT OF PRIZE-WINNING FLOCKS. (1827 PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. CARMARTHENSHIRE. PARISHES OF LLANDEFEILOG AND ST. ISHMAEL. TO be offered for SALE by AUCTION at an early date the outlying portions of THE ISCOED ESTATE comprising 250 acres, or thereabouts, situate in the above Parishes and close to the Village of Ferryside. Full particulars will duly appear. LLOYD & THOMAS, Auctioneers, 1745) Carmarthen- Sales bs Huctton. CARMARTHENSHIRE. PARISHES OF PENCARREG & LLANSAWEL. JOHN FRANCIS & SON will offer for SALE by PUBLIO AUCTION on FRIDAY, 12th September, 1913, at Lampeter, the following out lying portions of the EDWINSFORD ESTATE comprising about 850 acres Parish 'Farm Acreage. A, R. P. Pencarreg. Maestile. 191 2 12 Tredomen 97 0 34 Gwarcoed 133 3 36 M Khydyfallen-fach 30 2 3 Allotments on Pencarreg 103 3 9 Mountain Llansavvel Pengelli 178 1 31 Penrhiw 58 2 19 Llwynblyfyn 41 1 22 Further Partculars may be obtained of the Auc- tioneers; D. W. Drummond, Esq., Cawdor Estate Office; or of Messrs. Morgan Griffiths, Son and Prosser, Solicitors, all of Carmarthen. (1806 CARMARTHENSHIRE. JOliN FRANCIS & SON will offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION on TUESDAY, 2nd September, IS^.3, the following Freehold Property:— following Freehold Property:— LLANBOIDY & LLANWINNIO PARISHES. Farms. Tenant. Trebleddiau T. G. Hughes Monksmill Mrs. Picton Glandwr Lewis Davies Troedyrhiw G. Thomas Penrallt Cottage D. Thomas Smith Forge Yy. Davies ST. CLEARS PARISH. Woolstone John Jones Danygors John Husband Cottages Fields. Particulars, plans and conditions of sale may be obtained of the Auctioneers, The Mount, Carmar- then. PANTROTTY, CONWIL EL VET. THIS Important Clear-out Sale of Stock, Crop, etc., will take place on WEDNESDAY, Ootober 8th, 1913. T. L. HARRIES, 1829) Auctioneer. REGISTER! REGISTER! OCCUPIERS AND LODGERS MUST CLAIM NOW. As the time for registering parliamentary and other votes expires on the 20th August, it is highly important that persons entitled to be on the regis- ter, either as. occupier or old lodger, should see that their names are posted up in the Overseers' lists of the parish published in the parish ohurch on Sunday next and subsequent days. If they are not, Unionists are requested to communicate im- mediately with the following agents:—Carmarthen Boroughs, Mr. W. G. Woolley, Conservative Offices, Llanelly, or Mr. F. G. Humphreys, Conser- vative Club Lammas-street, Carmarthen; Cardigan- shire, Mr. A. G. Harries, Conservative Offioes, Lampeter; East Carmarthenshire, Mr. T. F. James, Central Unionist Office, Rhosmaetn-street, Llandilo; and West Carmarthenshire, Mr. H. J. Stokes, Unionist Association, 8, King-street, Car. marthen. Now is the time to olaim lodger tvotes, and persons entitled to be placed on the list a8 lodgers should communicate at once with either of the above Agents. Remember there is no time like the present so if you happen to be omitted from the list, or have a claim, write AT ONCE. Wtf" From a HEALTH ——— point of view ELECTRICITY FOR LICHTINC At the usual rates is CHEAPER THAN GAS supplied —FREE — The man whose house is lighted by gas gets more than light for his money. He gets also a deposit of soot on his ceiling and a deposit of black on his lungs. The white- washer may deal with the ceiling, but the lungs are inaccessible. Install Electric Light WHICH IS Perfectly Pure. It will be the Manager's pleasure to give all possible information FREE OF COST on application to or at the ELECTRICITY WORKS, CARMARr THEN.

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