ICLE OF CHARGES. The only way, to Reach the People in these Districts is to Advertise in the Chronicle. Special Quotations for Tradesmen' s Advertisememte. Auctioneers' Advertisements 3d. per line. Legal, Municipal, and Public Notices 6d. tt Parliamentary Notice. 9<1. It Paragraph Advertisements amongst News 6d. „ Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 20 Words, 1/6; and 3d. for each 8 additional words. Miscellaneous Wants, For Sales, To Lets, 21 Words for 3d. for every addi- tional 8 words. Three Insertions for 2/ Snail Advertisements, unless prepaid, will be charged 6d. per line. All Orders and Money must be addressed: AMMAN VALLEY CHRONICLE," QUAY STREET, AMMANFORD. Prepaid Advertisements. MAID Wanted for general housework.— Apply Mrs. Day, 56, College Street, Ammanford. f 1 ROCERY.—Youth requires Situation; 5 years' experience; serve and drive; Ammanford or near.-Apply Box BW, Chronicle Office, Ammanford. » — — A MMANFORD. Two Unfurnished Rooms and Attendance required by Young Lady; out during day.-Apply Box W., Chronicle Office, Ammanford. WINNING Numbers of Caerbryn Rugby W INNING Numbers of Caerbryn Rby Football Club Pnze Diawmg:—tb67, 1360, 1791.-S. Vaughan, Secretary, Pen- ilwynhelyg, Ammanford. W ANTED, for Bank Premises, a good General. Good wages to suitable Maid.-Apply. first instance, Mrs. Harries- Thomas, Parcyrhun School, Ammanford. L OST—"Onoto'' Fountain Pen, two bands, cap broken. Finder rewarded on returning same to Beck, Stationmaster, Ammanford. w ANTED, respectable person as Agent for the Prudential Assurance Co. at Cwmgorse. Salary, x2 iOs. and Commission. —Apply D. Morgan, Superintendent, Church Street, Ammanford. P IGS.-Good Storers for Sale, £ 4 5s. and upwadrs.-14, Pontamman Road, Amman ford. WANTED, Good General immediately.— Apply Mrs. D. C. Davies, King Head Hotel, Llandilo. 1/- packet Karswood Pig Powders put on 18/- worth of pork on two pigs stunted when very young. Prove it to your profit. Penny each.— W. J. Welkins, Chemist, Gwaun-cae-gurwen. F OR SALE.—Two Dwelling-houses near • Tirydail Station.—Apply Box 60, Chronicle Office, Ammanford. "1 mm per bird clear profit for 12 months 4 was the experience ot a poultry- keeper last year by using Karswood (Harm- Iesa) Spice. Packets 2sd., lid., ij3.-From Evans, Chemist, Ammanford. u N OSTROLINE Nasal Specific strikes a mighty blow at many preventable ills. It banish es nose infection, stops Influenza, Nasal Catarrh and Head Colds, and guards against Pneumonia and Consump- tion. Use it yourself and tell your friends. Of leading Chemists everywhere 1/3 (by post 1/5). Sold by W. L. Y. Bye, Quay Street; E. Evans, 1, College Street; D. J. M. jones, Quay Street, Ammanford; J. W. Evans, Gamant; W. J. Wilkins, Gwaun-cae-gurwen; Jonah Jones, Pharmacist, Llandilo. Public Notices. CARMARTHENSHIRE AGRICULTURAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. AGRICULTURAL TRAINING FOR DISABLED MEN. rpHE Board of Agriculture and Fisheries, through the medium of Agricultural Executive Committees, have assumed the responsibility for the payment of Training Allowances from the 1st of August, 1919, to Disabled Men undergoing Agricultural Train- ing. All Men, therefore, who are eligible lor such T laining under the provisions of the Scheme should communicate with the under- signed. (Signed) DAVID WILLIAMS, Sectetary. Shire Hall, Carmarthen, August 2fth, 1919. CARMARTHENSHIRE AGRICULTURAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS. HARVEST FURLOUGH TO MEN ON HOME SERVICE. A TTENTION of Agriculturalists in the County of Carmarthen is drawn to the instructions issued by the War Office to Home Commands for permission to grant I Seven Days' Furlough to Soldiers for the purpose of collecting the Harvest, which may be extended in cases of hardship at the dis- cretion of the Commanding Officer concerned. Applications should be forwarded, giving full Military Address of Soldier, to the undersigned. (Signed) DAVID WILLIAMS, Secretary. St. Mary's Street, Carmarthen. SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. TWO HOUSES in Llandebie, viz., Broadoak," and The Poplars," each containing 3 Large Bedrooms, Parlour, Back Kitchen, Scullery, Pantry, Lavatory, Bath (Hot and Cold), Office, Coalhouse, Jarge Gardens, ancLjjtensive GTounds. Elec- tric Light laid ?iacant possession on 29th September. Apply- W. MICHAEL, "Broadoak," Uandebie. Public Notices. SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. LARGE Well-built, Commodious, Brick- built, Double-fronted House for Sale, containing Pour -Large Bedrooms and Box- room Upstairs, Two Large Sitting- Rooms, Large Kitchen and Back Kitchen, with Pantry, Bath (Hot and Cold), and Porcelain Washing Trough; extensive Garden with frontage for building three more Rouses; Large Brick-built Coal House and E.C., well-built Meal House and Range of Pigstyes. Water laid on. Half a mile from Glanamman Station. The whole of the above is Freehold, and can bo viewed by appointment.—Apply to Mr. G. T. Shepherd, Myrtle Villa, Glanamman. CHRISTADELPHIAN MEETING ROOM, Arcade Chambers, Ammanford. A LECTURE ,A Will be delivered on Sunday Next, Sept. 14 AT 3 P.M. Subject: BIBLE TRUTHS. Sales by Auction. GLAMORGANSHIRE. Br»5?nammarv. VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM FOR SALE. Mr. W. N. JONES, F.A.I., H AS received instructions to Offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the FARMERS' ARMS, BRYNAMMAN, on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th, 1919, at 5 o' clock (according to Conditions to be then and there read), all that most Valu- able FREEHOLD FARM, Known as CORSTO, Containing by admeasurement 37 Acres, or thereabouts, and now in the occupation of Mr. Isaac Hopkins. The Dwelling House and Outhouses are all that can be desired, and are in excellent repair, and comprise Dwelling House, Barn, Stable, Cow-house, Pigstye, Sh« £ fe Dairy, &c., &c. The Property is well situated close to the growing Town of Brynamman, and is sure to increase in value. Vacant possession will be given on completion of the purchase. The Minerals are reserved. A Plan of the Property can be seen at the Office of the Auctioneer and at the place of Sale. Further particulars can be had from the AUCTIONEER, Ammanford; or ."MORGAN DAVIES, Esq., Solicitor, Pontardawe. Ynisdawela, BRYNAMMAN (Close to Brynamman Railway Stations). SALE OF LIVE STOCK, HAY, CORN, &c. Mr. THOMAS JENKINS (Formerly Messrs. Danl. Jenkins & Sons) HAS been favoured with instructions from Mr. David Thomas to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above place, on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th, 1919, the whole of the STOCK, HAY, CORN, &c., consisting of 10 HEAD OF CA TTLE.-5 Milch Cows in full profit (one due to calve at time of Sale), Cow and Calf (at heels), 2 Two- year-old Heifers, and 2 Yearling ditto. HORSES.-] Three-year-old Collier Mare, 14 h.h. (warranted, and in' foal by Neuadd- fach's (Gwynfe) Horse), I ditto, 13.2 h.h., with Suckling Colt. SHEEP .-17 Young and Healthy Breeding Ewes and 12 Ewe and Ram Lambs. PIGS.-3 Strong Store Pigs. CORN.-50 Field Mows of Oats and 2 Lights of Horse Hay in Hayshed. Lunch on the Table at 1.30. Sale to com- mence at 2.30 o'clock. Credit on Conditions, j The Shop, Gwaun-cae-gurwen, August 27th, 1919. POST OFFICE RHIWFAWR, CWMLLYNFELL. SALE OF ANTIQUE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, IMPLEMENTS, SMITHS' TOOLS, &c. Mr. THOMAS JENKINS (Formerly Messrs. Danl. Jenkins & Sons) IT AS been favoured with instructions from Mr. Morgan Jones to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above place, on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th, 1919, the whole of the Household FURNITURE, IMPLEMENTS, SMITHS' TOOLS, &c., Consisting of Valuable Old Oak Shelf and Dresser and Old Ware (believed to be over 100 years old) in the best of condition, Oak Chest of Drawers, 2 Bookcases, Bedroom Suite, Night Commode, Four Bedsteads and Mattresses, Feather Bed, 2 Kitchen Tables, Bedroom Table, Baby's Chair, 4 Brass Stands, Fenders, Spittoons, Brass Candlesticks, Lamps, Benches, Covers, and Window Poles. IMPLEMENTS. -Market Trap, Cart, Grocers' Scale, Small Scale, Chaffcutter, Shaft Harness, Gent's Saddle, Lady's ditto, Four 561bs. Weights, about I Ton of Scrap Iron, Trap. Axle, Wheel Banding, Iron Plate, Anvil, and many other useful Articles too numerous to mention. Sale to commence at 3.30 o'clock. Credit on Conditions. The Shop, Gwaun-cae-gurwen, September 1st, 1919. Questions to Ask Y8H!*S6)f f I ww¥ oirrJK tih ll ialtl t1 fntian) 5. Do your Eyes quickly tire WORTH A TTENTI 0 N 6. Do you mistake letters or figures in .l-48 you mistake letters or figures in 1 1. If you suffer from chronic headaches, j are they caused by Eye trouble? 7. Does strong light cause pain or a ,1 | JmKmllHBiKs. Si I burning sensation? || 2. Can you see far and near objects with. equal ease? 8. Do you read at arm's length or bury I .JHHEr your face in the book? 3. Does close work, such as reading or | sewing, cause blurring of vision or ￼ pain in the Eyeballs? g 1^——— ￼ ￼ 4. Do your Eyes ac h e, smart, or water, ? a ￼ T If you have any of these Symptoms, 4. Do your Eyes ache, smart, or water, I I T I 1 it is ample evidence of defective and become inflamed? sight. DON'T TRIFLE WITH YOUR SIGHT. IT'S AS PRECIOUS TO YOU AS LIFE ITSELF. Ho Go EVANS, M.P.S., D.B.O.A. ATTENDS E. EVANS, M.P.S., Chemist, WEDNESDAY Afternoon. QUALIFIED OPTICIAN, AT The Square, AMMANFORD, THURSDAY Morning. —I iJUJIiaOBrW———^ Sales by Auction. AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. MESSRS. WILLIAM & WALTER JAMES AND JAMES & JAMES (Fellows of the Auctioneers' Institute). AUTUMN SALE FIXTURES TO DATE*. Aug. 7.-Freehold Farms and Dwelling Houses at Llanwrtyd. It.-Llandilo Town Mart. 12.-Reynoldstone Mart. 15.-Frechold Dwelling Houses at Town Hall, Llandovery. ,,25.-Llandilo Town Mart. „ 26.-Cowerton Mart. 29.—Cilgwyn Estate. Timber Sale at Town Hall, Llandovery. 30.-Edwinsford Estate, at Drill Hall, Llandilo. Sept. 2.—Reynoldstone Mart. 5.—Cilgwyn Etate, at Town Hall, Llandovery. 6.—Freehold Farms at LIangendeime. 8.-Llandi!0 Town Mart. 9.—Gowerton Mart.. 9.-Capel Issa, Manordeilo. Sale of Household Furniture, Pedigree Poultry, &c. 10.— Tirmorfa-fawr, Bynea. Clear-ouL Sale Stock, Crop, &c. 11.—Llangennech Estate. 12.-Annual Sheep Sale at Gowerton. 15.-Pantgias Home Farm, Llanfynydd. Sale of Stock, &c. 16.-Reynoldstone Mart. 16.-Gwynfaen Farm, Loughor. Sale of Stock, Crop, &c. 17 .—Hendrewen Farm, Pontardulais. Sale of Stock, Crop, &c. 19.-Banc Farm, Taliaris, Llandilo. Sale of Stock, Crop, &c. 20.-Pencefnarda Farm, Gorseinon. Sale of Stock, Crop, &c. 22.-Llandilo Town Mart. 22.—Caeaugwynion, Llangadock. Clear- out Sale Stock, &c. 23.-Reynoldstone Mart. 23.—Danygraig, Tumble. Clear-out Sale of Stock, &c. 24.—Llwynmendy Farm, Llandilo. Sale of Stock, &c. 25.-Coedmawr Farm, Llandilo. Sale of Stock, &c. 26.-Batriston Farm, Gower. Sale of Stock, &c. 29.-Cefn Farm, Cynghordy. Sale ot Stock, &c. 30.—Gowerton Mart. 30.—Dunraven Farm, Reynoldstone. Sale of Stock, Crop, &c. Oct. I.—C wmcoedoeron Farm, Babel. Sale of Stock, Crop, &c. 2.—Rhuadmon Farm, Llangadock. Sale of Stock, Crop, &c. 3.—Gwenlaisfawr Farm, Pontardulais. Sale of Stock, Crop, &c. 6.—Gwemwinne Farm, Cynghordy. Sale of Stock, Crop, &c. 7.-Penygraig Farm, Llanddeusant. Sale of Stock, Crop, &c. 8.-Llandewi Castle Farm, Gower. Sale of Stock, Crop, &c. 9.—Cwmeilath Farm, Llansadwm. Sale of Stock, Crop, &ci JO.-Bwlchagored Farm, Llangadock. Sale of Stock, Crop, &c. 13.-Llandilo Town Mart. 1 4.-Reynoldstone Mart. 15.-Pliton Farm, Gower. Clear-out Sale of Stock, Crop, &c. 27 .-Llandilo Town Mart. DATES NOT FIXED. Dolgarreg Estate. Sale of Leaseholds at Llanwrda. Llwynrin Property Sale, Manordeilo. Llanddeusant. Sale of Farngand Lands. Freehold Property (Myrtle Hill, London House, &c.), Llansadwrn. Bryncadno Property Sale, Llandilo. Vedw Farm, Senny Bridge. Stock, Crop, &c. Stock Rams, at Llandilo Town Mart. Freehold Farms and Dwelling Houses, at Llandovery. Cilgwyn. Household Furniture and Effects. Dolgarreg, Llandovery. Household Furniture and Effects. Freehold Accommodation Fields, at Llandilo. Sale of Shires, Cobs and Ponies, at Llan- gadock. Auctioneer's Offices: Swansea, Llangadock, Llandovery, Llandilo. Telephones: No. 172 Docks, Swansea. No. 4, Llangadock. v v m m E: r & I I.P v V! TROES, AMMANFORD. SALE OF LIVE STOCK, IMPLE- MENTS, &c. Mr. THOMAS JENKINS (F ormerly Messrs. Danl. Jenkins & Sons) HAS been favoured with instructions from Mr. John Williams (who is leaving) to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above place, on THURSDAY, SEPTEM- BER 25th, 1919, the whole of the STOC K, IMPLEMENTS, &c., consisting of I Milch Cow (due to calve in March), 1 Eight-year-old Cob (warranted), Market Trap, Scotch Gambo, Cart, Chaffcutter, 1 rap and Cart Harness, 3 Collars, 2 Trap Lanips and Cushion, Hay Rope, Hay Knife, Front Chains, Butter Tub, 2 Churns, and many other Articles too numerous to mention. Sale to commence at 3 o' clock. Credit on Conditions. The Shop, Gwaun-cae-gurwen, September 5th, 1919. Sales by Auction. J. DAVIES" Co., AUCTIONEERS, &c., X- X at K-Vcg c-x a c:io If.. AUTUMN SALES 1919. Sept. 4 .-Llandovery: Store Stock Monthly Sale. 8.-Llandovery: Sale of Horses, Tim- ber, Carriages, Harness, &c. 9.-Llangadock Mart: Fat and Store Stock. 10.—Llanwrtyd Mart: Fat and Store Stock. 16.-Llandovery Mart: Fat and Store Stock. 17.—Llanwrtyd Mart: Fat and Store btock. 17.-Llanwrtyd Auction Mart: Annual Sale of Breeding Ewes, Stock Rams, &c., for B. Davies, Esq., Tyclyd, Beulah. i8.-Red Lion Yard, Llangadock: Annual Sale of Breeding Ewes, Stock Rams, In-calf Heifers, &c. 18.-Freehold Farms in the Parish of Llansadwrn. 20.-Bryncadno, Salem, Llandilo: Clear- out Sale of Stock, Crop, Imple- ments, &c. 22.-Nantgwynne, Llanddeusant: Clear- out Sale of Stock, Crop, Imple- ments, &c. 23.—Llangadock Mart: Fat and Store Stock. 24.-Llanwrtyd Mart: Fat and Store Stock. 24.-Garth House, Garth: Annual Sale of Sheep, Cattle, Horses, &c., for Lieut.-Com. Wilson. 25.—Llwynrhebog, Gwynfe: Clear-out Sale of Stock, Crop, Implements, Furniture, and Household Pro- perty. 26.-Penrock, Llandovery: Clear-out Sale of Stock, Crop, Implements, &c. 27.—Rhiwe, Llanddeusant: Clear-out Sale of Stock, Crop, Implements, &c. 27.-Llandilo Horse Sale. >, 29.—Llettyrhyddod, Llangadock: Clear- out Sale of Stock, Crop, 'Imple- ments, &c. 30.-Llandovery Mart: Fat and Store Stock. Oct. I.-Llanwrtyd Mart: Fat and Store Stock. i. I.— Y stradffin, Rhandirmwyn: Clear-out Sale of Stock, Crop, Implements, &c. 2.—Rhiwddu, Gwynfe: Clear-out Sale of Stock, Crop, Implements, &c. 3.— Tycoch, Talley, Llandilo: Clear- out Sale of Stock, Crop, Imple- ments, &c. 3.-L Iandovery. Store Stock Monthly Sale. 4.— T redomen, Llanddeusant: Clear-out Sale of Stock, Crop, Implements, &c. 6.-Penlan, lelych, Llandovery: Clear- out Sale of Stock, Crop, Imple- ments, &c. 7.-Llangadock Mart: Fat and Store Stock. 8-—Llanwrtyd Mart: Fat and Store Stock. 8.-Cllwr, Talley: Clear-out Sale of Stock, Crop, Implements: &c. (In conjunction with Mr. D. R. Williams, Borthyn). 9.-Nantlllndir, Cynghordy: Clear-out Sale of Stock, Crop, Implements, &c. IO.-Dolfallt, Llandovery: Annual Sale of Sheep, Cattle, &c., at Llan- dovery Cattle Market. 10 .-Llandovery: Draft Stock of Isaac Haley, Esq., G lanbrane. li.-Pantu,mor, Llanddeusant: Clear-out Sale of Stock, Crop, Implements, &c. 13.-Brynchwith, Gwynfe: Clear-out Sale of Stock, Crop, Implements, &c. „ 14.-Llandovery Mart: Fat and Store Stock. „ 15.-LIanwrtyd Mart: Fat and Store Stock. 16.-Dolbant, Llangadock: Clear-out Sale of Stock, Crop, Implements, &c. 17.-Gollen, Mothvey, Llandovery: Clear-out Sale of Stock, Crop, Implements, &c. f 3L-AN xx 113,BL C-, n TYCROES, PANTYFFYNNON. CLEAR-OUT SALE OF LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, DAIRY UTENSILS, &c. Mr. THOMAS JENKINS (Formerly Messrs. Danl. Jenkins & Sons) H AS been favoured with instructions from Mrs. Esther Rees (who is leaving) to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION? at to above place, on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22nd, 1919, the whole of her STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, DAIRY UTENSILS, &c., Consisting of 4 Milch Cows in full profit, 1 Yearling Heifer (in good condition), I Six-months-old Calf, a number of Fowls, Cattle Tiers, Ladders, Wheelbarrow, Forks, Rakes, Chaff- cutter, Hay Knife, Ropes, Separator (ia good condition), Churn, Giller, Prints, Butter Tubs, Milk Pans, Cast-iron Cheesepress, Coffer, Boxes, Bench, Hay-house with Zinc Roof, Zinc Shed, Heap of Manure, and many other useful Articles too numerous to mention. Lunch on the Table at 2 o'clock. Sale to commence at 3.30 o' clock. Credit on Con- ditions. 1 The Shop, Gwaun-cae-gurwen, September 6th, 1919. Sales by Auction. TYPRY, BKYNAMMAN. CLEAR-OUT SALE OF LIVE STOCK, HAY, IMPLEMENTS, DAIRY UTENSILS, &c. Mr. THOMAS JENKINS (Formerly Messrs. Danl. Jenkins & Sons) U AS been favoured with instructions from Mr. David John Thomas (who is leaving) to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above place, on SATURDAY, SEP- TEMBER 20th, 1919, the following Valu- able o STOCK, HAY, IMPLEMENTS, &c., consisting of 5 Milch Cows in full profit, I Spring Calf, ) Flve-yeaf-old Pony, 13.3 h.h. (warranted), I Suckl Tg Colt by ) Suckling Colt by High Stepping Gambler," 10 Breeding Ewes, 5 Yearling ditto, I Yearling Ram, 7 Ewe and Ram Lambs, 10 Geese, a number of Fowls, about 2g Tons of Hay in Hay-shed in good con- dition, I useful Trap in good order, 1 old ditto, Chaffcutter, Scythe and Handle, Hay Knife, Sheep Rack, Zinc, Casks, Forks, Rakes, Shaft Harness, 2 Sets of Trap ditto, Leading Chains, Saddle and Bridle, New .Gate^ Cattle Tiers, Barrel Churn, Giller, &c., etc. Sale to commence at 3 o'clock. Credit on Conditions. The Shop, Gwaun-cae-gurwen, August 21st, 1919. BRYN-UCHAF FARM, BRYNAMMAN. CLEAR-OUf SALE OF VALUABLE LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, DAIRY UTENSILS, &c. Mr. THOMAS JENKINS (F ormerly Messrs. Danl. Jenkins & Sons) H AS been favoured with instructions from Mr. John Thomas (who is leaving) to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above place, on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEM- BER 24th, 1919, the whole of his STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, DAIRY UTENSILS, &c., Consisting of 7 Milch Cows in full profit, I Two-year-old Heifer (in Calf), 16 months old Shorthorn Roan Colour Bull, I Seven-year-old Black Mar^ 15 h.h. (good worker), I aged Pony, 13.2 h.h. (warranted), I strong Yearling Coit, I Sucker Filly by High Stepping Gambler (won 2nd Prize at Brynamman Show), a number of Fowls, Milk Float, Cart, 2-Horse Mowing Machine (Deering), Horse Rake (Bamford), Swing Plough (Pontselly), looth Harrow, Chain ditto, Iron Roller, 2 Grindstones, Ladders, Spare Harness, Barrel Churn, Giller and Prints, Cream Pots, Milk Pans, Cheese VaLs, together with part of the I HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Lunch on the Table at 1. Sale to com- mence at 2 o clock. Credit on Conditions. The Shop, Gwaun-cae-gurwen, August 21st, 1919. THE PAVILION LLANDEBIE. SALE OF HIGH-CLASS FURNITURE, PIANOFORTE, &c. Mr. D. L. THOMAS HAS been instructed to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above Premises, on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19th, 1919, a Quantity of Superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND OTHER EFFECTS (Removed for the convenience of Sale), Comprising:— Two Excellent and Beautifully-carved Walnut Sideboards, Handsome Mahogany Carved Dining Room Suite in Leather, Bedroom $uite, Brass and Black Bedsteads, Mat- tresses, Overlays, Walnut Overmantel, Kitchen Tables, Chairs, Settle, Couch, Grandfather's Clock, Pictures, Fire Screens, Fenders, Fire Guards, Oil Stoves, Travelling Bag, Brief Bag, Carpets, Linoleums, Hanging Lamps, Towel Rails, Violin, Gramophone, Perambulator, Glass Top Counter Case, Baby Grand Piano (John Broadwood and Sons), Piano Stool, Tradesman's Spring Trap with Cover, Ladies' and Gents' Bicycles, Portable Boiler, as well as a Rich-toned, Iron-framed PIANOFORTE, and other Articles too numerous to parti- cularise. Goods A view from 2 o'clock on the day of Sale. Sale to commente promptly at 3.30 p.m. Terms-Cash. Auctioneer's Office, 2, High Street, Llandebie, August 29th, 1919. FREE TO LADIES. Free to Ladles. Wise women should write mmediately for Free Sample of the Triumph Treatment and "The Manual of Wisdom." All Irregularities cured without Medicine by our New Method. Success Guaranteed in every cut. Acts instantly where all else has failed. So why worry ? The Manageress: LB BRASSEUR SURGICAL Co. Ltd.. (Dept. V.M.), *0 *B8,Worcester St* Birmingham Worim-ftsay-Paris. Prance. ■S Sales by Auction. BRYNGWIANE FARM, NEAR CENNEN TOWER, LLANDILO ("Distant about 3 Miles horn Llandilo Rail- way Station). Important Clearout Sale of Exceedingly Valu- able Dairy Cows, Young Stock, Horses, Sheep, Pigs, Crops of Com and Hay, Green Crop, Implipnents, Dairy Utensils, a few Lots of Old Oak Furniture, &c. Mr. THOMAS JENKINS (Formerly Messrs. Danl. Jenkins & Sons) U AS been favoured with instructions from Mr. William Edwards (who is retiring from farming) to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above place, on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd, 1919, the whole of his Valuable STOCK, CROPS, IMPLEMENTS, DAIRY UTENSILS, FURNITURE, &c., consisting of 20 HEAD OF CATTLE.—9 Milch Cows in full profit, 5 of which are due to calve in December and 4 in April; 1 Two-year-old Roan Colour Shorthorn Bull, 1 Yearling ditto, 4 Yearling Heifers, supposed to be in calf 3 Steer Calves, and 2 Heifer Calves. 7 HORSES.-I Eight-year-old Cart Mare (" Dandy "), 15 h.h., reliable worker, and in foal by Hafod Forest King 1 Seven- year-old Cart Mare (" Chess "), ,.14.3 h.h., good worker, in foal by Hafod Forest King"; 1 Three-year-old Dark Brown Cob Mare, 14 h.h., very promising; I Aged Pony, 13 h. h., in foal, quiet to ride and drive; I Colt Sucker, I Filly ditto, both by St. Ledger's Forest King"; I Pony Sucker, by Cilyrychen Horse. SHEEP.—7 Breeding Ewes (Cross Breed), I Yearling Shropshire Ram, and 7 Fat Lambs. PIGS.—2 Baconers. HAY.—3 Lights of Prime Horse Hay (in Hay-shed), about 20 Tons, half of which is Clover Hay, in the best of condition. CORN.—400 Field Mows of Oats, 100 ditto of Wheat. GREEN CROP.—25 Rows of Potatoes, 50 ditto Swedes, and 20 ditto Mangolds. IMPLEMENTS.-I 2-Horse Mowing Machine by Victor, No. 8, with reaping? attachment ?two Seasons' wear) I ditto by' Wood, in good order; Horse Rake by Nicholson, equal to .new Threshing Machine, in good order; I Winnowing ditto, new; Chaffcutter, Cast Iron Roller, I Swing Plough (Ffynnonmenyn), I ditto (Pontselly), looth Harrow, Chain ditto, Horse Hoe, Grindstone, 3 Stone Pig Troughs.. Cattle reeding Troughs, 3 Ladders (one 25 Rungs), Forks, Rakes, Scythe and Handles, Hay Knife, Land T'ees, Benches, 20 Cattle Tiers, Wheelbarrow, Cucumber Frame, and a large quantity of useful Timber. HARNESS.—2 Sets of Shaft Harness, Set of new Trap Harness, 2 Sets ditto in good condition, 2 Pairs of Leading Chains, 5 Collars, 4 Pairs of Ploughing Chains, Saddle, Bridles, Pair of Solid Nickel Stirrups, 2 Pairs of Carriage Lamps, and Ropes. DAIRY UTENSILS.—Mey's Separator (new), Barrel Chum, Giller and Prints, Cream Pots, Milk Pans, Cheese Press, Cheese Vats, and Brass Pan (equaJ to new). FURNITURE.-I Large Old Oak Pannelled Coffer, 1 Old Oak Dresser in good condition, Bedstead and Mattress, together with many other useful Articles too numerous to mention. Lunch on the Table at II o'clock. Sale to commence at 12.30 sharp with the Crop. Credit on Conditions. The Shop, Gwaun-cae-gurwen, August 20th, 1919. East View, CAPEL HENDRE. SALt OF WELL-HARVESTED OATS. Mr. W. N. JONES, F.A.I., H AS received instructions from Mr. G. V. Hughes to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above place, on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th, 1919, about 250 FIELD MOWS OF OA..TS, Well Harvested and got up in excellent condition. SALE TO COMMENCE AT 4 O'CLOCK. CREDIT ON CONDITIONS. Carmarthen County Bes Committee. NOTICE TO BEE-KEEPERS. OERSONS desirous of obtaining their Supply of SUGAR or CANDY for Autumn Bee Feeding, are requested to apply for Registration Forms, which will be sup- plied on application to the Secretary- J. W. LEWIS, Llanddarog, Carmarthen. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY, Eight-Roomed HOUSE, installed with Elec- tric Light, and a Large Garden. Leased from March, 1903, for 99 Years; Ground Rent, 18/6 per annum; with a Wooden Structure Building used as Hairdressing and Tobacconist Business. The Property is situated on the Main Road in a very thickly- populated district. Sole reason for selling, Owner going Abroad.—Apply to CHARLES EMMANUEL, Penygroes, Llandebie, Carm. ft Local & District News. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Reports, News Paragraphs, and all Communications for f the "AMMAN VALLEY CHRONICLE" should be | sent not later than WED- NESDAY earlier when- ever possible-addressecl- EDITOR, Amman Valley Chronicle," AMMANFORD. Will all Correspondents, whether writing in Welsh or in English, please remember, when sending in their contributions, that proper names and address must be given, not necessarily^ for insertion, but as a guarantee of good faith.
Under the Lamp. [By THE WATCHMAN."] One Sunday evening recently, I Listened attentively to a sermon delivered by a Bryn- amman divine. The pith of the whole discourse was a slashing attack upon our cinemas. Personally, I Tegretted my inability to agree with the orator from a broad minded standpoint, and would prefer to remind him of far more sustaining topics yet to be realized, 1 and unfortunately, preying upon our modesty, nowadays. From time to time I have conversed i with stalwarts of the free pulpit upon this very j question, and so far have failed to come in question, and so far have failed to come in contact with the narrow-mindedness now com- plained of To state that the very clothes of the patrons stinks with hell confines itself to extreme views. I was rather amused to read a description j given of the Inns on the Continent by a writer. He proves them to be "Houses fit in every way for the entertainment and the comfort of both man and beast, resorts of refreshments, not only for the body, but for the mind." Of the inns in this country, he writes: "They have become degraded into ] taunes, which men enter, more or less furtively, to drink, therefore more than they would, if they might enter without odium, and to drink, not what the ancient British custom has taught them in good and wholesome, but such rubbish as State control says they must have if they drink at all." Further on the writer adds: "The public house is in fact no more, it is a very private house, whose windows are masked from the passer by. When one sits in a Continental cafe and observes the '■ manner in which the happy populace, men, wives and children, openly and frankly enjoy refreshments, social converse, delightful music, and-" this is where I stop. Honestly and truly the writer' s arguements are mere piffle, and simply and 6orely a ragged way of denouncing the good old fashioned mn. Although I am not a personal believer in the "cup of cheer" —more or less detrimental to my career-I would prefer the still popular old-timed customs of the Webh inns than the frivolous and riotous living of our Continental brethren. I have travelled) during the wai on the Continent, and watched closely the pro- cedures at the cafes, and was disgusted with the way business was carried on. I have often lorvjed to be back in my native hearth, seated in the armchair at the old "Bull and Bush," conversing with the old fogies, of the period when Twm Shgn Cattie and other Welsh notoriety held the sway. Why denounce our own little method of seeking pleasure, and at the same time uplift the actions of, to the writer, total strangers. Is it consistent? Very shortly I shall deal with "A night at a Continental cafe." » < Feeling is running rather big., in connection with the forthcoming County Council election. From what I gather the Labour Party is rather keen on the withdrawal of one of the candidates, and evjn suggested that the par- ticular organization be approached with a view to that purpose. The organization in- volved is the Discharged Men' s Federation, and it is rather doubtful whether they will agree to that course being adopted. The whole business trend s to a split in the camp of the labour followers. However, it is to' be hoped that this climax will be averted.