'— ——————————————————————— ) THE GREAT UNITED COUNTIES I AGRICULTURAL HOW (OPEN TO SOUTH WALES & MONMOUTHSHIRE) WILL BE HELD AT CARMARTHEN On THURSDAY, JULY 29th, 1909. MOST LIBERAL PRIZE LIST. ENTRIES CLOSE JULY the 15th, 1909. Schedules of the Secretary D. H. THOMAS, Land Agent, CARMARTHEN. SUMMER, 1909. Misses LEWIS & CLARE Request the favour of a VISIT to view their Range of HIGH-CLASS MILLINERY XVXODXSI.S AND THE LATEST NOVELTIES In Fancy Neck Wear, Feather Stoles, Blouses, Veilings, Gloves, Sunshades, and Umbrellas. | CAVENDISH HOUSE, 41, KING STREET, a .a ir, t n :E nsr D. E. JONES & CO., Makers of the celebrated 6 Leader' Cycles, THE LEADER' MOTOR & CYCLE WORKS, 51, KING STREET (opposite the Post Office), and WOOD'S Row, CARMARTHEN, BEG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEY ARE Now making a Fine Show of MOTOR CARS BY THE BEST MAKERS. Sole Agents for the Counties of Carmarthen, Pembioke, and Cardigan, and a portion of Glamorganshire, for the well-known BELSIZE MOTOR-CARS. Agents for ALLDAYS. & ONIONS, ROVERS, SIDDELEY, AUSTIN, and other Makers SECOND-HAND MOTOR CARS TO BE SOLD CHEAP. MOTOR CARS ON HIRE by the day, week. or month. RELIABLE CHAUFFEURS. T KT>nT? N AD AFF Motor Cars and Cycles overhauled and Repairs done JjixXlVJij VjAIlZlUrj. promptly. Motor Spirit, Oils, Greases, etc. IMMENSE SHOW OF CYCLES. Over 200 of all grades in stock to select from. Q-ood Reliable Cycles from 44 4s. upwards. TWO AND THREE-SPEED GEARS OF DIFFERENT MAKERS. AGENTS FOR THE ROYAL ENFIELD," •• TRIUMPH" CYCLES AND MOTOR CYCLES ••ROVER," «• HUMBER," "B.S.A," AND OTHER CELEBRATED CYCLES. A Personal Inspection respectfully solicited, or write for particulars. ':A @I:,iRaTORS u'J41; ¡br M HftVE THE UHGE3T SALE IN AIL COUNTRIES. Every ALFA-LAVAL" is guar- anteed to turn easier, Produce tt t more Baiter, and wear longer than any other Separator. DO NOT 33H DECEIVED. The 44 ALFA- LAVAL' hss won every competition for Hand Power 5cparatci\s in the United ONE MONTH'S FREE TRIAL FIXED IN ANY DAISY. c.o,_o: 1.\1&' ONE MONTH'S FREE TRIAL FIXED IN ANY DAISY. L:!P: SOLE AGENT FOR THE DISTRICT- W. THOMAS, Implement Agent, HaH street, Carmarthen. I BOOKBINDING I Magazines, Periodicals, and all kinds of Publications bound in the best style and finish.. BOOKBINDING Best Materials and Workmanship Guaranteed. BOOKBINDING Books bound in Publisher's own Cases at Publishers' Prices. BOOKBINDING LETTERPRESS, AND STATIONERY. D. TITUS WilLIAMS Bookbinder, Sfc:, CHAPEL STREET CARMARTHEN. Mr. E. COLLIER, M.S.A., Architect and Surveyor, 5, QUAY STREET, CARMARTHEN. W. S. MORRIS. WHOLESALE Gr RO 0 ER CORN AND FLOUR MERCHANT, 25, BRIDGE STREET. CARMARTHEN. It will pay keen Cash Buyers to send for current 1 Price List before baying. V. T. ROGERS, R P.C. 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"\TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council J3I for the Administrative County of Carmarthen propose to submit a Compulsory Order to the Board. of Agiiculture to enable them to hire compulsorily for a term of 21 years, the fields or land numbered 4335, 4336, 4334, 4364, 4363, 4360, 4361, 4362. and 4472 on the Ordnance Survey Sheet (XXIII.8 Carmarthen- shire) ef an acreage respectively as follows :-7.691, 7.404, 1.750, 1.185, 1.317, 1.314, .625, .092, and 3.065, part of Plasnewydd Farm, together with the Cottage (Maesllan), situate on part of the said land, situate in the Parish of Llanfinangel-ar-Arth, in the County of Carmarthen, owned by the Rev. William Garner, of Angle Rectory, Pembroke, and others, and occupied by Mr. Evan Evans, and the purpose for which the land is proposed to be hired is to lease it to applicants for Small Holdings. Copies of the Order may be obtained, free of charge, at the County Offices, Carmarthen, where the plan referred to in the Order may, at all reasonable times, be inspected by any person interested in the land. Any objection to the said Compulsory Order must be presented to the Board, by a person interested in the land, within a period of one month from and after the date on which notice of the Order is sent him or, if no notice is sent to him, from and after the date of the latest advertisement of a notice of this Order. J. W. NICHOLAS. Clerk of the County Council. 8th July, 1909. COUNTY OF CARMARTHEN. WILD BIRD (ENGLAND). ——— The Wild Birds Protection (County of Carmarthen) Order, 1909. Dated 20th March, 1909. IN PURSUANCE of the powers conferred on me by the Wild Birds Protection Acts, 1880 to 1908, and upon application by the County Council of the Administrative County of Carmarthen, I hereby make the following Order:— TITLE. 1. This Order may be cited as "The Wild Birds Protection (County of Carmarthen) Order, 1909. BIRDS. Additions to the Schedule of the Act of 1880. II. The Wild Birds Protection Act, 1880, shall a,pply within the County of Carmarthen to the following species of Wild Birds in the same manner as if those species were in- cluded in the Schedule to the Act:- Bullfinch, Black-headed Bunting, Reed Bunting, Buzzard, Honey Buzzard, Tree Creeper, Dipper, or Water Ouzel, Golden likgle, Kite, Linnet (all species), Robin, Shrike (Butcher Bird), Thrush, Bl'ue Tit, Long-tailed Tit, Marsh Tit, Common Wren, Golden-crested Wren. Certain Birds Protected during the whole of the Year. HI. During the period between the 31st I day of July in any year and the 2nd day of March following, the killing or taking of the following species of Wild Birds is prohibited throughout the County of Carmarthen:— Bullfinch, Biadk-headed Bunting, Reed Bunting, Buzzard, Honey Buzzard, Tree Creeper, Dipper or Water Ouzel, Golden Eagle, Goldfinch, Gulls (except Black- backed Gull), Kingfisher, Kite, Linnet (all species), Nightingale, Owl, Robin, Shrike (Butcher Bird), Thrush, Blue Tit, Long- tailed Tit, Marsh Tit, Woodpecker, Common Wren, Golden-crested Wren. EGGS. Certain Eggs protected throughout the the County. IV. The taking or destroying of the Eggs Iz, of the following species of Wild Birds is pro- hibited through the County of Carmarthen: Black-headed Bunting, Reed Bunting, Buzzard, Honey Buzzard, Tree Creeper, Dipper or Water Ouzel, Golden Eagle, Gold- finch, Gulls (except Black-backed Gull), Kingfisher Kite, Linnet (all species), Nigtingale, Owl, Shrike (Butcher Bird) Blue Tit, Long-tailed Tit, Marsh Tit, Woodpecker Golden- crested Wren. REPEAL OF FORMER ORDER. V. The Order of the 7th day of March, 1907, is herelby repealed. Given under my hand at Whitehall this 20th day of March, 1909. (Signed), H. J. GLADSTONE. One of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State. CARMARTHEN BOROUGH EDUCATION COMMITTEE. TO PAINTERS AND CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are invited for the Painting of the Pentrepoth, Quay Street, and Johnstown Council Schools. A Specification of the Work may be inspected at my office on any week day during office hours. Sealed Tenders, marked "Painting," to reach me not later than the 24th instant. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. THOMAS WALTERS, „ Clerk. 31, Quay Street, Carmarthen, 1st July, 1909. I C CARMARTHENSHIRE. PARISH OF LLANGENDEIRNE. JOHN FRANCIS & SON will offer for SALE bv PUBLIC AUCTION, in August, the valuable Freehold Farm, known as CASTELL TWBY," containing 18 Acres, or thereabouts; also the Dwel. ling Houses with Out-buildings and Gardens, known as "PLASYMYNYDD" and "PENYvVAUN," allsituate adjoining Llangendeirne Mountain, and each having Common rights. Further particulars will duly appear, and in the meantime may be obtained of the Auctioneers, Car- jparjthep, or of C. E. Morris, Esq.. Solioitor, Car- marthen, N A T I ° N.A L p A G B A, If T OF YGY ALES. CARDIFF, JULY 26 to AUGUST 7, 1909, Performances-J uly -31, at 3.30 p,m, „ -August 2 -7, at 7,30 p, m. TWO PERFORMANCES ON SATURDAYS AND BANK HOLIDAYS. The whole of the episodes and interludes will be performed on each occasion. GREAT NATIONAL SPECTACLE 5,000 PXBFOBMEBS SACKING OF CARDIFF CASTLE By 160 International footballers in full armour, Numberless exciting inoidents depictingWelsh history Characters represented include Dame Wales, Dewi Sant, Ivor Baoh, Caradoo, King Arthur, Hywel Dda, Prince Llewellyn, and a host of ofchsrs. MAGNIFICENT FIREWORKS DISPLAY. Music by the splendid Band of the ROYAL MARINES. (Portsmouth Division). GRAND CHORUS OF 250 PICKED VOICES. BOOKING OFFICII Now OPEN. IJPSEBVED SEATS 2S. 6d., 5s.,1 7s. 6d., and 10s. 6d. ORDINARY ADMISSION—IS. CHILDREN HALF PRIPG TO ALL SEATS. A. W, SWASH, Hon. See., Pageant Houge, Cardiff, ] ¡ Carmarthen County Schools. THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEADMASTEB: E. S. ALLEN, M.A. (CANTAB,) COUNTY GIRLS- SCHOOL. HEADHISTBKSS Mas B. A. HOLME, M.A., Late Open Scholar of Girton College, Cambridge. FEES :— £ 1 8s. per Term (Three Terms in the year). Reduction when there are more than one from the same family. Boarders can be receivdd it the Grammar School. THE TSBM BEGAN TUESDAY, APRIL 27TH, 1909. £10 TO £5,000 ADVANCED. By Private Lender on simply Promissory Notes. No bills of sale taken and absolute privacy guaranteed, First letter of application receives prompt attention, and intending borrowers are waited upon by a re- preeentative, who is empowered to complete transaction on terms mutually arranged, no charge being made unless business actually completed. Special quotations for short loans, Write in confidence to- C. WELLS, 16, Clare Street, Bristol, CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS are warranted to cure in either sex, all acquired or Constitutional Dis- charges from the Urinary Organs, Gravel and Pain in the back. Free from Mercury. Established upwards of 30 years. In boxes, 4s 6d each, of all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors thronghout the World, or sent for sixty stamps by the makers the Lincoln and Midland Counties Drug Company Lincoln. ,11. Ole a000 m W AAMENWR Ile,,d a postetrd WRIT AN TO-NIGIIT, and NOW I GAORW W lthin twenty-four hours H. SAMUEL'S famous The World.s S will reach you ABSOLUTELY FREE I Hundreds of readers Ih) 1// have benefited enormously in pocket through this useful volume W 1M •M** —a book crowded with illustrations of beautiful Diamond Rings, 9ctfon £ Brooches, Pendants, N'ccklets, etc.—the very latest produc« |^NSOFFEWDAT ASTOUNDING "ACME" ailver REDUCTIONS LEVER, FROM USUAL PRICES. I.ADIFS' BLOUSE WATCHES fn.m 3/6; SoliH Gold 2 0 SILVER-PLATED CRUETS* 3 3'; w./mi be'Ro: 1/ Well worth double. 3,003 Amazing Values to cheose from. the prkf." I— 3.003 Amazing Values to chcnsn from. 'ji 1 V? 1 |VHj Tou cannot aiTcrd to be wlt'nout tM* beautiful f FqjH *UF J/J tiYI ALBUM 1 Why not v.rita for it HOW? Snvt T 1^1 mcnay by purchasing Watches, Jewellery, etc., 4 SI 7rom tho largest an J longest established firm j ^||j| of Its kind 1i1 the world. No restrictions. No conditions. JJM I FREE PRIZES pr3uV'„L.L 1 •^81 WRITE for the FREE BOOK NOW lest you forget! 1 2gQ MARKET ST. ■ i&MBWIUK-IUj MANCHESTER. TO ADVERTISERS. PREPAID SCALE OF CHARGES FOR ADVERTISING IN THE "REPORTER. No. of One fhree Six Words. Insertion. Insertions. Inserti ns. s d 8 d s d 20 1 0 2 3 3 6 28 1 6 3 6 4 6 36 2 0 4 0 5 6 44 2 6 4 6 6 6 The above scale only applies to the Situations, •To Lets," and "To be Sold by Private Treaty' classes of Advertisements, and must be paid for in advance, or the ordinary credit rate will be charged. HALFPENNY STAMPS, or Postal or Post Office Orders, payable to M. LAWRENCE, at Carmarthen. Replies may be made addressed to the Reporter Office, and will be forwarded to advertisers when stamped envelopes are sent. JAMES JONES, Billposter & Advertising Agent for Kidwelly and neighbouring Villages. All work duly executed. Address :—Station Road, Kidwelly. WALLPAPERS FROM ljd. PER ROLL. Any quantity, large or small, Wholesale Prices. Stock exceeds 250,000 rolls all classes. Write for patterns, stating class required—(Dept. 127), BARNETT WALLPAPER Co. Ltd., Knott Mill, MANCHESTER. WANTED an intelligent Lad as an Apprentice to the Printing Trade. All Branches taught. Good wages.—Apply for particulars to the Manager, Reporter" Office., Carmarthen. WANTED, Three Gentlemen or Ladies, willing to share Rooms and Board.—Apply E., Office of this paper. WANTED a respectable Young Woman as HOUSEMAID from the country preferred age about 24 years.—Apply, Matron, The Infirmary, Carmarthen. WANTED APARTMENTS for a young man in a quiet part of Carmarthen,—Apply, "X," Reporter Office. TO LET, from 1st July, that compact House in main thoroughfare—105, LAMMAS STREET, CARMARTHEN. -For rent, &c., apply, J. D. Davies, 9, Bay View Crescent, Swansea. TO LET, in Carmarthen and District, two FULLY LICENSED HOUSES. — Apply, Buckley's Brewery, Ltd., Carmarthen. ANTED. -Working Housekeeper or. General TV for Farm must be able to milk; references required.—Apply, Lewis, Newcastle Stors, Bridgend. jr Wedding, Keeper, /and Engagement Rings, All Sizes, ShApes, and Weightsvk S in Stock. m ■ The Largest and Choicest Selection in a K the United Counties. Bj JOHN WILLIAMS, B SlOP Y MODBWYAU, Mr 9&10 LAMMAS-STREET, CARMARTHEN. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ARRIV ALS.- The s.s. "Merthyr" arrived on Monday the 5th inst., with a oargo of prime round maize and best Azof barley, for the Carmarthen Farmers' Co-op. Society, Ltd., Carmarthen. CARMARTHEN INFIRMAIELY.-Th-o Secretary begs respectfully to acknowledge the receipt of the following:— £ 1 3s from the workmen of Pembrey Copper Works; periodicals, Mr R. James, iridge street; Mr W. Spurrell, King street; Mr W. S. G. Morris, Ystra- dwrallt; Mrs Gwymne Hughes, Glancothi; and Lady Hills-Johijes; flowers from Mrs Astlett, Bolahaul; Mrs Morgan Griffiths, Limegrove; and Children's Flower Service, St. Martin's Church, Laugharne; straw- berries, from Mrs Parkinson, Castle Pigyn; and Dr LJ. M. Bowen-Joines; oranges, from Lieut.-General Sir James Hills-Johnes, V.Ci., G.C.B, UNITED COUNTIES' SOCIETY.—A meeting of The Council of the United Counties Agricul- tural Society was held at the Boar's Head Hotel, on Wednesday afternoon, there being present Mr C. W. R. Stokes (chairman), Dr Bowen Jones, Mr James Davies (Knowles), Mr T. J. Matthias, Mr D. J. Harries, Mr Ed. Lewis, Mr R. Footmaii, and the Secretary Mr D. H. Thomas) Final arrangements were made for the show on tile 29th inst., and it was decided to ask Lord St. Davids and Sir E. T^'J ^>arr3r Price to judge tlt& jumping, and Lady St. David's to distribute the plate. Sir Marteine Lloyd wrote that he could not afford to give his plate as usual, on account of the increased Income Tax and "further unjust demands on land." I ————— Preachers next Sunday At Carmarthen Places of Worship. LAMMAS ST. INDEPENDENT OHAPEJ Rev Mr Richards, Tonypandv. UNION ST. INDEPENDENT CHAPEL Professor D. E. Jones (pastor). PRIORDY INDEPENDENT CJAPEL. Rev E. Keri Evans, pastor. ELIM INDEPENDENT CHAPEL. Rev T. G. Owen (pastor). ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Rev D. J. Thomas. ABERGWFI INDEPENDENT CHAPEL Rev D. Williams (pastor). TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHAPEL. Rav E. U. Thomas (pastor). ENGLISH BAPTIST CHURCH. Rev Gwiilym Davies, B.A., paator. PENUEL BAPTIST CHAPEL. Mr Davies, Parade. WATER ST. C M. CHAPEL. Rev J. Owen, Burry Port. ZION PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev G. A. Edwards, B.A., pastor BETHANIA C.M. CHAPEL. ENGLISH WESLEYAN CHAPEL. Mr D. Thomas (morning), Mr J. J. Williams (evening). 0 EBENEZER WELSH WESLEYAN CHAPEL. Rev. H. P. Atkins (Pastor.) BABELL C.M., PENSARN. Rev Samuel Evans (pastor). Services commenoo at the Welsh ohurch at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., and at the English churches at 11 and 6.30 o'ciiook. l"i
Carmarthen and the National Eisteddfod of 1911. ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING AT THE ASSEMBLY ROOMS. On Tuesay evening a meeting was called by the Mayor for the purpose of taking fur- ther steps with regard to the promotion of the success of the National Eisteddfod at Carmarthen in 1911. The meeting was held in the Ante-room; but this was soon found to be too small asthere was a large and en- thusiastic attendance. An adjournment had therefore to be made to the Big Hall. The Mayor, who received an excellent re- cepiton, presided, and at the outset referred to the recent visit to London. The Pro- visional Committee, which had taken the preliminary steps, had spent some L14. It had been decided to open an account in the Mayor's name at the bank to meet this. Wha t they decided to do now was to ap- point a general committee. The Rev. Griffith Thomas said he took it that the General Committee would-be made up of the Guarantors. Mr J. F. Morris: It must be made up of guarantors'. The Rev. W. D. Rowlands at the outset spoke in Welsh. The Mayor asked him to £ pea>k .English as several persons present did not understan dWelsh. Mr Rowlands said that lie could speak sufficieii4 English to maike himself understood (laughter). He thought that the first thing was for the Com- mittee to appoint -a General Secretary and Officers. Mr J. F. Morris advocated a long pull a trong pull, and a pull altogether, and paid a Strj!lte toTtbe L and ^VK. Company and Mr Oliver Jones, the stationmaster, for arrangements made for the conveyance of the deputation to and from London. Rev. Gwilym Davies thought that what was wanted was a Pwllgor Pyllgorau-a Committee to appoint Committee. I11",}/ J- Wheldon thought that the grand eisteddtodic spirit which was evident augured well tor the success of the movement. He paid a tribute to the Mayor, Mr J. F. Morris i Ar .Iia^n TWllllams> J- N. Williams, and Mi J, iD. Jones for the services they ren- dered in this matter. He thought that the best thing was to have a meeing of the whole body of guarantor^ and that they should co- SVesJ theeFir?f/rrmen fl-h° are known to possess the Eisteddfodic spirit in all parts of + f iT',1 T f Tas not Soing to be their Eis- teddfod, but the Wefsh National Eisteddfod. The Ven. Archdeacon Evans thought that an effort should be made to increase the num ber of guarantors so as to get as many as possible into the General Committee. Mr H. E. Blagdon-Richards said he did not think anybody should become a member of the General' Committee except he were P1AlrrD marantee some small amount. Mr Dunn Williams objected to this as they might thereby exclude some great bard or musician whose assistance they would re- quire. Mr Wheldon said that the power to co-opt memlbers would cover that. Mr J. D. Jones said that anybody might become a guarantor until the day of the Eis- teddfod. Ihe list was not closed, and the various sub-committees would be open to those who were not guarantors. Mr W. Jones and Mr Malkm also pointed out that many people had never had the op- poitumty to become guarantors and would like to do so now. Mr J. Howell Davies thought that every peison, subscribing a guinea should have the U^1,° as a guarantor. r Holmes said that the meeting had no Ua^Ltor) an,Mnt OT Mr Hinds thought that the Committee should have power to add to their number— Mr George James supported this. Rev. D. J. Thomas emphasised the point that many people had never been asked to become guarantors. MA* Maurice Jones said that they all knew and could become guarantors if they wished' Eventually after several friendly Ts*- 1 rnLr ?roecdure was decided to call time guarantors in a fortnight's
Obituary. •MRS MARGARET EVANS. Mre Margaret Evans-widow of the late Mr Joseph Evans-died at her home! No -K^bmond terrace, on Tuesday, The deceased, who was 62 years of age, is sur- vived by four sons and five daughters The hineratl takesi place on Saturday, at 2 ip in starting for the Carmarthen Cemetery. MRS FRYNNE. We regret to record the death of Mrs nn IT .jjynue~»^ <*f Mr Samuel Prynne coathbudder—which took place at her home "p Water street, on the 7th inst The deceased, who was 62 years of sure barl k! bv S~Hh sKVE'n&a for many years and in+ Church ivoiik very zealously^ ^ted herself in the figure at th« S J' ,was a Prominent be hid +i let i Wwk> which to held in the schoolroom, and at one time when she was well and able, no one wi more xious than she to do her best for the cause Her memory will long he held in resxvect hv those who knew her. The funeral— i>S £ c foV men-starts from the house C f°T 3 p.u, for tie MRS SOPRITT, PETERWELL, dav L-st^f l10 announc« the death, on Sun- age, had for° ™ <<l widow n,f +i, iT years, she was the Bonibav Arm i JOr ■ SoPPitt' the Tnri; J Army, and Was with her husband in inaia during the Mutiny. The deceased lady Who, came from an ancient Carmarthenshire family, was the oldest daughter of the lata en. David Archard Williams, archdeacon of Carmarthen, and vioar of St. David's whose memory is still revered in Carmarthen Her younger sister (now deceased) was the' wife of Archdeacon Williams. Abei^stwith The deceased was for many years a, faithful' mem- ber of St. David's Clmroli, and was greatly respected by all who knew her. She was of a, a1n<. clia iita ble nature, and always 9hT lUv Jlrself vvitlx every good enterprise. She leaves two sons, Mr Archard Sonnitt solicitor, Petemwell, and Mr Frank Sormitt' who is a big ranch-owner in Brazil The interment took place yesterday (Thursday) at St. David's Chiurdhyard.
THE MARKET, Carmarthen, Saturday.— A very small supply of butter was on offer to- day. Quotations: Butter, cask, 101d per lb, fresh lid to Is*. iDressed poultry, fowls 4s 6d to 5s (id per couple; ducks 2s 9d to 4s 6d each. eggs 13s for Is; cheese, 25s per owt, I