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Price One Penny. -c- FOR HIGH-CLASS PHOTOGRAPHS Finished in the LATEST STYLES, YOU SHOULD GO TO JAMES MORGAN, Who has taken over the business of J. E. GOWER (late HENRY HOWELL), Photographer, Fine Art Dealer, and Picture Framer, AT 7 & 9, LAMMAS STREET CARMARTHEN. All Branches of Photography. Group Work a Speciality. NO INFERIOR WORK SENT FROM THE STUDIO. Special Apparatus kept for the Copying of Old and Faded Photographs. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. A Great Variety of Photogravures, Chromos, etc., always in Stock, together with over 100 VARIOUS PATTERNS of English, German, and American Mouldings. A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED. MA ERNEST OOLLIER M.S.A ARCHITECT AND SURVEYOR QUAY STREET, CARMABIHEN. MORTIMER'S j COUGH MIXTURE, 191 For Coughs, Colds I Croup, and Whooping Cough, I Bronchitis, and all Chest Affections. N.B.—See that this Picture appears upon the wrapper. TAKE NO OTHER. MORTIMER'S ONLY. 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SIN-MY wife desires me say that yOlltTudof Williams' Balsam of Honey nas proved a most valuable medicine in our large family (eight children). As soon as a cough or cold makes its appearance, a dose of Tudor's Balsam is tt once administered, aud this treatment is followed up until the oold dis- appears. Before using the Balsam in our amily the children have been prostrate with colds or several weeks, but now, by taking doses as directed, they seem to suffer veiy little inconvenience. Dmiug the short time the cold is upon them, the ction of the Balsam is marvellous, and the little ones take it readily and aak for more.—WALTER J. BRETT, C.M., Headmaster, Severn Tunnel School. BALSAM OF HONEY AT THE ROYAL NATIONAL BAZAAR. When it was decided to have a Welsh Stal at the National Bazaar in aid of the sufferers by the War, Mr. D. TUDOR WILLIAMS offered the Hon. Secretary, Arthur J. Coke, Esq., a ease of Balsam of Honey, which was gratefully accepted. The Balsam found a ready sale amongst the Royalty and nobility who patronised the Bazaar. NURSE DARLING, NURSE HOME, KIMBERLEY. Tudor Williams's Patent Balsam of Honey you kindly forwarded to the front, I am pleased to be able to say that I have found it most beneficial to my patients and self. In one case I attended a private soldier, a native of Gloucestershire. He had been wounded in the cheet. He had a troublesome cough. He asked for Tudor Williams's Balsam of Honey. I was surprised at the wonderful effect it had on the poor fellow soothing the nasty cough and promoting free expectoration—thus promptly clearing the bronchial tube and air vessels or the accumulated mucous. He wished me to drop you this line. SEE YOU GET THE GENUINE ARTICLE. TUDOR WILLIAMS PATENT BALSAM OF HONEY. SO MANY IMITATIONS AND FRAUD. Sold by all Chemists ana dtores in Is., 2s 6d., ani 4s. 6d. per bottle. Great saving in purchasing the large Bottle. Sample bottle sent (post paid for Is. 3d., 2a. 9d. and 5s., from th3 inventor. D. TUDOR WILLIAMS, L.8.D.E.W- Medical Hall Aberdari.
Carmarthenshire County Council Elections. SWEEPING VICTORY FOR THE NATIONAL POLICY. Polling for the Carmarthenshire County Council election took place on Monday. The returns, now complete, show that the poltical constitution of the county council— exclusive of aldermen—has been changed from 39 Radicals and 12 Unionists to 41 and 10 re- spectively, the change being due to the Radical gains at Carmarthen, Llanegwad, and Llandovery, and the Unionist gain at Laugharne. Of the 17 aldermen, 13 are Radicals. Therefore, at present the total members are: — Radiioals 54 Unionists 14 Total membership. 63 On the, 16th inst., nine aldermen (of whom two are Unionists) retire, and if the majority reserve to themselves all the aldermanic seats they will stand as 56 against 12. BETTWS. *W. Jones (R). 527 v T. Jones (R.). 505 Majority 22—No change LLANYBYTHER. *J. Thomas (R). 266 I 1 D. Williams (R.). 234 Majority 32-No changp QUARTERBACH. W. J. Williams (R.). 296 Gwynne Vaughan (R.). 289 Majority 7-No change WESTFA AND GLYN. Rev B Humphreys (R) 293 Rev John Evans (R) 129 Majority 164-No change ABERGWILI. *J. Lloyd (R.). 296 H. W. Pryse (U.) 125 Majority 171—No change CARMARTHEN (W., Lower). J. Lewis (R.). 162 *J. John (U.). 159 Majority. 3-R. gain CARMARTHEN (E., Town). *T. E. Brigstocke (U.). 268 H. W. Tlhomasi (R.). 267 Majority 61—No oheuge CARMARTHEN (E., Upper). 00, *Rev A. F. Mills (R.). 255 D. Davie6 (U.). 135 Majority. 120-No change KIDWELLY. *A. Stephens 296 J. G. Anthony (R.). 254 Majority. 42-No change LAUGHARNE. R. Evans (U) 155 J. D. Morse (R.). 152 Majority. 3-U. gain LLANDOVERY. J. R. James (R.) 196 Capt. W. Jeffreys (U.). 106 Majoritr 88-R. gain LLANEDY. *J. L. Thomas (R.). 280 R. H. Sampson (U.). 219 Majority 61-No change LLANUNNOR. *C. E. Morris (R. 182 D. E. Stephens (U.). 160 Majority. 22—No change LLANEGWAD. D. J. Harries (R.). 237 "Colonel Hughes (U.). 210 Majority. -ii-R. gain PEMBREY (N.). .R,ev J. H. Rees (R.). 272 Dr Williams (R.).174 Rev W. Williams (U.). 129 Majority 143-No change ST. CLEARS. J. Lewis (R). 253 Dr R. L. Thomas (R.). 218 Capt. Powell (I.). 28 Majority 35—No change
PRICES AND AGENCIES OF "MANNINA OINTMENT. The "Mannina" Ointment is composed of South African Herbs, and is prepared in three degrees of strength, viz.: — No. 1.—"Full," for Cancer, Tumours, Ac. Prices: 2s 9d, 4s 6d and 8s d per pot. No. 2.—"Medium." for Fistulas, Carbuncles Ulcerated and Poisoned Wounds, Absceases Barte, Legs, &c. Prices: Is lid, 2s 9d, and 4s 6d per pot. No. 3.Mild," for Eczema, Ringworm, Soalds, Burns, Diseases of the Skin, Ac. Prices: Is I'd, 2s 9d, and 4s 6d per pot. During its use in this country for onlj a short period it has effected wonderful cures. This can be proved by genuine testimonials. The Ointment may be obtained from D. King Morgan, King street, Carmarthen, P. N. Owen, Whitland; or direct from the Pro- prietors, The "Mannina" Ointment Co., •! their depot, Main street, Fishguard.
,GARNANT. LECTURE.—The Rev W. Glasnont Jones, of Maesteg, delivered' his highly interesting and instructive lecture on "Owen Dafydd," the Bard of Cwmiamman, on Saturday evening, at Now Bethel Chapel. Mr T. Thomas, Glan- amiman school, presided. The proceeds will be devoted towards raising a suitable monument to the old poet over his resting place at Sardis Chapel graveyard, Ystradgynlais.
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