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COMMERCE HOUSE, CARMARTHEN. ANNUAL WINTER CLEARANCE SALE NOW ON. In the Dress Department will be found several Lots of Goods marked at extremely low prices. A very special line in Black Merino at 2s. :3d. per yard, worth 2s. lid. A large assortment of double-width Fancy Dress Material, Is. 6td. per yard, worth 2s. lid. per yard. Special reductions in Mantles, Jackets, Ulsters, Mackintoshes, etc. All season's Stuffs marked at absolute clearance prices. Blankets, Quilts, Counterpanes, Sheets and Sheetings, and all Household Drapery Goods, greatly reduced. n Some very special lines in White Lace Curtains, Hambro Cloths, bleached Damask Table Cloths and Napkins. A large assortment of Oxford Shirtings to be cleared. The few remaining Carpet Chairs and Fancy Baskets marked under cost. Fancy Gipsy Tables, octagon and square, at Is. 2Jd. each to clear. A VISIT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. February 5th, 1891. Established 1854. D. TITUS WILLIAMS, BOOKBINDER, ENGLISH WESLEYAN CHAPEL HOUSE, CARMARTHEN, Hiving taken over the Business lately carried on by his father (the late Thomas Williams), D. T. W begs most respectfully to return thanks to the Public for the kind patronage hitherto accorded his father. and bopee to be favoured with a continuance of their kind support. BIBLES, MUSIC, ALBUMS, and OLD BOOKS BOUND and REPAIRED with the greatest care. SECOND-HAND BOOKS BOUGHT, SOLD, OR EXCHANGED. THE IMPROVEMENT OF LANDED ESTATES. THE LAND LOAN AND ENFRANCHISEMENT COMPANY (Incorporated by Special Act of Parliament) ADVANCES MONEY to Landowners for Drainage, the Erection of Farm Buildings, Artizans' and Miners' Cottages, Trial Pits for Mines, and for the General Improvement of Landed Property also to TENANTS FOR LIFE, for the ERECTION of and ADDITIONS to ESTATE MANSIONS, STABLES, and OUTBUILDINGS, and their general sanitary improvement; the amount borrowed being repaid by a terminable rent-charge. No investigation of title is necessary. Prospectus and forms of application may be obtained at the Company's Offices. 22, Great George-street, Westminster, S.W. EDWIN GARROD, Secretary. MORTGAGE AND GROUND-RENT BRANCH OF THE LAND LOAN AND ENFRANCHISEMENT COMPANY. THE COMPANY'S REGISTER contains various sums of trust and other moneys awaiting invest .1 JL ment on Mortgage and for the purchase of Ground Rents. Further particulais on application. 22, Great George-street, Westminster, S.W. EDWIN GARROD, Secretary. [115 H. & T. PROCTOR, ORIGINAL MANUFACTURERS OF PREPARED BONE MANURES, FOR CORN, GRASS, ROOT, AND OTHER CROPS; ALSO Superphosphate of Lime. WORKS :-CATHAY, BRISTOL. Telegraphic Address PROCTOR," BRISTOL. ESTABLISHED 1812. H& T. PROCTOR'S PREPARED DONE • MANURES for Grass Lands favour a heavy growth of Grass and improve the qnality of the herbage. H. & T. PROCTOR'S POTATO MANURE will profitably increase the crop, and by its use the morbid action of the Potato I plant may, to a great extent, be prevented. H. & T. PROCTOR'S BARLEY AND OAT MANURES very much in- crease the yield; and im- prove the quality of the grain. Price List and particulars of Prizes for Root Crops offered in 1891 on application to H. & T. PROCTOR, CATHAY, BRISTOL. [534 BEWARE. Remember that SUNLIGHT SOAP cannot be successfully imitated by anyone. v, DO NOT ALLOW other soaps, said to be the same as the SUNLIGHT t SOAP, to be palmed off upon you. If you do j I VL you must expect to be disappointed. See I that you get what you ask for, and j that the word "SUNLIGHT" is stamped upon every tablet and printed jy upon every wrapper. PUBLIC NOTIOES. A CARD. C. MORGAN, M.R.C.Y.S., L'J VETERINARY SURGEON, 13, King-street, Carmarthen. [5 NOTICE OF REMOVAL. JOHN D. THOMAS (LATE FFOSHELIG), VETERINARY SURGEON, M.R.C.V.S. LoND., TO TROEDYBRYN HOUSE, L A M PE T E R. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. [527 j I Telegraphic Address: GALLOWAY, CARMARTHEN. I J. J. GALLOWAY, 3, QUEEN STREET, CARMARTHEN, r WHOLESALE d: RETAIL PASTRY COOK AND CONFECTIONER. NOTED for superior Cake, not to be equalled at the price. Schools and Meetings supplied with quantities to any Railway Station withm 30 Miles, carriage paid. LIST OF PRICES: No. O.-A cheap Cake 3d. per lb. I -School Cake 4d. 2.—A really good Cake 5d. 3.—A superior Cake 6d. 4.-Extra super 7d. Others at 8d., 9d., 10d., and lid. per lb. TESTIMONIAL. Waunifor, Maesycrugiau, R.S.O. Mrs Charles Lloyd begs to thank Mr Galloway for the excellent way in which he executed her order, all the cakes, &c., being so fresh and good." GALVANIZED CORRUGATED ROOFING SHEETS. BUY FROM THE MANUFACTURERS. SHEETS low as 1. 2d. each. PRICES ON APPLICATION. CORRUGATED IRON Co., WOLVERHAMPTON. LARGEST MAKERS IN THE KINGDOM. IR. C. K. WHEATLEY, 1 PROFESSIONAL PIANOFORTE TUNER. PIANOS tuned singly or by the year. Special .L attention given to American Organs and Har- moniums. All kinds of instruments repaired. Note the Address- 30, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. CHRISTMAS SEASON, 1890. A LARGE ASSORTMENT of FRUITS of all description now in stock at very reasonable prices. Having purchased under very favourable circumstances, I am able to offer EXCEPTIONAL VALUES in CURRANTS from 3ld. per lb. RAISINS 3id. „ SULTANAS 9a. „ Finest Mixed ORANGE and LEMON PEEL 8d. „ Do. ORANGE, LEMON, and CITRON lOd. „ T. SMITH, WHOLESALE d: RETAIL GROCER. PROVISION MERCHANT d; CONFECTIONER, KING-STREET, CARMARTHEN. [3G5 CATTLE SPICE IT PAYS BREEDERS And Farmers to use HORSE SHOE" CATTLE SPICE with the food they give their cattle, as it rapidly improves the condition of the animals, brings up their weight, and increases their market value. The HORSESHOE CAT- TLE SPICE is a highly feeding condiment for Cattle, Horses, Sheep, Pigs, &c. Proprietors- THE BRITISH CATTLE FOODS CO. I (LIMITED), LONDON. WORRIED FARMERS Who read with anxiety the state- ments of scientists that earth is losing its fertility nnd yielding poorer produce year after year, arc assured that the HORSE. SHOE" CATTLE SPICE supplies the natural salts deficient in the herbage through loss of the Earth's fertility. Vide recent correspondence in The Times. "HORSESHOE" CATTLE SPICE AGENT :— WILLIAM JONES, CORN, FLOUR, ALE, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, CANTON STORES, LLANDILO. (BRANCH AT AMMANFORD). [311 NEW ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION (Limited). C-APITAL-AUTIIORISED £ 2,000,000. SUBSCRIBED AND PAID-UP 2600,000. HEAD OFFICE 40, Threadneedle-street, London, E,C. WEST END OFFICE 25, Cockspur-street, S.W. EDINBURGH OFFICE 23, St. Andrew-square. DUNDEE OFFICE 6, Panmure-street. Branches and Agencies—Australia, India, Ceylon, China, Japan, Straits, Madagascar, Mauritius, Seychelles, Aden, Paris, New York, San Francisco. Money remitted to any part of the World by draft, letter of credit, or by telegraph. Bills of Exchange, Interest Warrauts and Coupons collected and cashed. Circular Notes issued, Current Accounts opened, Banking Agency business generally undertaken. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. At 3 months' notice. 3 per cent. per annum. At 6 months'notice. 4 At 12 months'notice. 41 2 For 3 or more years certain 5 STI T*r FIRE OFFICE. ESTABLISHED 1710. Sum insured in June, 1889, 2338,900,000. For further information apply to the following Agents:— CARMARTHEN Mr. William Francis. Llandilo Mr. D. W. Jones. Burry Pfort Mr. R. Frank Randell Llanstephan Mr.-John Davies Llangennech Mr. Daniel Morgans. [22 BANN WHISKEY. WHERE really pure and matured Irish Whiskey of the old-fashioned type is desired, there is no Whiskey (at a reasonable price) to approach BANN and if constant Good Quality be borne in mind, there is no better at any price. BANN WHISKEY-one quality only- THE BEST. JAMES WILSON & SON, Ltd., Belfast. AGENTS FOR CARMARTHEN— BRIGSTOCKE & SON, 54, KING STREET. Price, 4315. per dozen, less 3s. per dozen allowance for cash payments. [533 50 PRIZE COMPETITIONS FOR Is. 6d. SEND postal order for Is. 6d. (or 19 stamps) for a year s subscription to the Prize Competition Record, published monthly, ard become entitled to enter, free of charye, 50 Prize Competitions, with cash prizes ranging from £100. This is a genuine offer.-Address, "The Prize Competition Association, 4, South Parade, Oakfield-road, Clifton, Bristol." [528 TAILORING DEPARTMENT Under the Management of an experienced London Cutter, 16 years in the West End. SPRING & SUMMER PATTERNS NOW REA n YON APPLICATION. D. LI. IEES, 13A, 14, & 1.5, GUILDHALL-SQUARE, CARMARTHEN. [547 CARMARTHENSHIRE FARMERS' CLUB. fTTHE next quarterly Meeting of this Club will be X held at the Cawdor Arms Hotel, Llandilo, on Tuesday, the 10th day of February next, at 2 o'clock p.m. Tke subject for discussion is "The insect enemies of the Farm," which will be introduced by the Hon. Alex. Campbell, of Cfynderwen. A chain harrow, a churn, a grindstone, 2 cart bridles, 2 single rein bridles, 3 seed lips, 6 digging forks, and 6 trashing hooks will be distributed by lot. W. W. PROS8ER, Secretary, Alltyferin Farm, Nantgaredig, January 30th, 1891. [546 CARMARTHEN GAS WORK& Incorporated by Special Act of Parliament, 20th June, 1870, and Amended Act, 1875. WANTED, by the Carmarthen Gas Company, a COLLECTOR at a Commission of 1 £ percent, on the amount he collects. A minimum salary of £40 a year guaranteed. Security required £500. Application to be made to the Secretary Gas Works, Carmarthen, on or before the 14th inst. By Order, BENJAMIN LEWIS, February 4th, 1891. Secretary. [550 A START IN LIFE.—Fruit Culture in California, 14 days from England.—Mr DOWSETT has recently investigated this enterprise on the spot, and confidently recommends it to gentlemen of steady habity as a certain success smallest area for sale 20 acres; smallest capital advised E600 but safe open- ing for large areas and large capital; convenient to railway, shops, churches, chapels, schools, society rich soil, irrigated large products grand climate; ready markets.—Plans, views, books, samples of fruit, soil, &c., may be seen and particulars obtained at Messrs. Dowsett and Co.'s, 3, Lincoln's-inn-Fields, London. [553 SHIPPING NOTICES. AMERICA. CUNARD LINE ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. The Steamers of this Line have an unequalled record of half a century for safety and comfort, and take specified courses according to the seasons of the year. I I FROM LIVERPOOL viA QUEENSTOWN To NEW YORK. I To BOSTON. I AURANIA Sat., Feb. 14 PAVONIA Thur., Feb. 19 UMBRIA .Sat., Feb. 21 SCYTHIA Thur., Feb. 26 SERYIA .Sat., Feb. 28 CATALONIA Thur., Mar. 5 SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION at moderate fares for FIRST and SECOND Class Passengers; also through to CHINA, JAPAN, NEW ZEALAND, and AUSTRALIA. STEERAGE PASSENGERS to all parts of America and Canada at Low Rates those by Boston Steemers booked to NEW YORK without extra charge. THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED, 8, Water-street, Liverpool. OR TO THEIR AGENT- D. S. THOMAS, 554] Schoolmaster, Llandovery. AMERICAN LINE. UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS LIVERPOOL TO PHILADELPHIA, EVERY WEDNESDAY. First-class, full powered Iron Steamships. Accommodation for passengers, equal to any European Line. Passengers and goods landed at Philadelphia on the Wharf of the PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. THIS IS THE SHORTEST AND BEST ROUTE TO THE WKST. Apply to RICHARDSON. SPENCE & CO., 8] 19 and 22, Water Street, LIVERPOOL. TiTEMALE DOMESTIC SERVANTS from 17 to J. 35 years of age obtain FREE PASSAGES BY STEAMER TO QUEENSLAND, where they are greatly in demand and receive good wages only pay- metits-21 for ship kit, and fare to depot in London. ASSISTED PASSAGES are also granted to labourers whose labour is connected with the land, such as FARM LABOURERS, GARDENERS, MINERS, QUARRYMEN, &c., and to approved females, such as DRESSMAKERS, TRAINED NURSES, &c. An experienced Surgeon and Matron accompany each steamer, and on arrival passengers are received into the Government depot, free of charge. Forms of application, rates of passage, handbooks, and all other information may be obtained on applica- tion to THE AGENT-GENERAL FOR QUEENSLAND, Westminster Chambers, 1, Victoria Street, London, S.W. All persons who pay their own passages to the Colony, should apply for LAND ORDER WAR- RANTS before embarking. Forms and particulars to be obtained from the Snipping Firms booking the passengers, or from the Agent-General for Queensland. Warrants will not be issued to persons applying after they have left England.. [230 TO BE LET. rpo LET, Drapery and Outfitting. The old- JL established Shop, Golden Key, Llandilo. — Apply to Mrs Davies. [542 TO LET, furnished APARTMENTS, within 2 miles of Carmarthen.—Apply to Z., care of Mrs I Jones, Bronwydd Arms, Carmarthen. [536 _m_. _u u_ rno BE LET on lease, a very commodious Site for X a Factory, with an excellent supply of water from .two rivers, Gran and Gwen, situated close to Pencader Station, and a most convenient place to have a siding. —For further particulars apply to Mrs Evans, Cwm- gwen Hall, Pencader, Carmarthen. [521 WANTED. ,¡ 'i ,¡. t. 01 -# WANTED, a respectable YOUTH as an Appren- tice to Outfitting and Gents' Mercery. — Apply to F. Gladwin, Bridgend. [525 Ao- MONEY WANTED. WANTED, Loan of £ 100 for 7 years on Life Policy and good Security. Good Interest.— Apply Journal Office, Carrmathen. [552 FARM HOUSEKEEPER wanted, age not under 35, dairy of about 30 Cows.— Apply, stating terms and references, to Mr N. Thomas, Maesyprior, near Carmarthen. 551 NO SALARY.—Wanted, by a Christian Person, situation in a gentleman or lady's family. Adver- tiser is honest, obedient, and attentive. Apply Caleb," Journal Office, Cannarthen. [549 FOR SALE. "I F,ATHERS.-Pure (no mixture of wing and tail JL clippings), fit for fuse, to be had only of the Sole Agent (for the last 25 years)—William Evans, Stag's Head, near Market, Carmarthen. [404. PERSONAL. ,r_ HOPE you will explain all to me, am anxious to know what is the matter. My patience, like yours, is almost exhausted have tried to forget, but cannot. If you like could arrange meeting talk it over. Always the same, faithful to my promise. "Amia." [538