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e£At..E OF CHARGES. The only way to Reach the People in these Districts is to Advertise in the Chronicle. Special Quotations for Tradesmen's Advertisements. Auctioneer*' Advertisements 3d. per line. Legal, Municipal, and Public Notice* 6d. „ Parliamentary Notices 9d. 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 1/ 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. FOR SALE.-38 Volumes Pulpit — Commentary, new; 5 Volumes i Treasury of David" (Psalms) .—Apply Box c Chronicle Office, Ammanford. DICKLING and Early Cabbage Plants at 2/- per 100 can be obtained at Wem- felin Farm, Bettws, Ammantord. OR SALE.—Black Hornless Milking Goat.—Apply 53, High Street, Ammanford. FIREWOOD cut to suitable lengths. 2- Ton Lots delivered Brynamman and Intermediate Stations, 40/- per Ton.— Herbert, Saw Mills, Ammanford. £ 1 for 1/ Four pigs which each had three Karswood Pig Powders weekly put on 18ibs. more weight in one week than foux pigs same age- on same food, without Karswood Pig Powders. Penny each. From E. Evans, Chemist, Ammanford. FOR SALE.—A very old Welsh Oak Shelf and Dressez.-Apply 47, Peny- bank Road" Ammanford. W ANTED. a good Girl, willing to assist in Cafe.—Apply Havard, 1 he Welsh Produce, 3V, Quay Street, Ammanford. FURS, £ 10/10/ VAry fashionable black Set; whole skins. Tango Stole and fashionable round Muff. New two months ago. Approval willingly. Accept £ 3/3/ Belmont, 3, Aubert Park, Highbury, London. MAID Wanted for general housework.— Apply Mrs. Day, 56, College Street, Ammanford. W ANTill, respectable person as Agent for *the Prudential Assurance Co. at Cwmgorse. Salary, i2 10s. and Commission. —Apply D. Morgan, Superintendent, Church Street, Ammanford. 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. Wilkins, Chemist, Gwaun-cae-gurwen. K ARSWOOD Poultry Spice will n.r Knock eggs out ot hens fed on sawdust, but that it will largely increase egg average of birds reasonably fed is beyond dis- pute. Contains ground insects. 21d., 7jd., 1/3. Sold by E. Evans, Chemist, Amman- ford. 44 NOSTROLlNE" Nasal Specific strikes a nAghty blow at many preventable ills. It banishes 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, I, College Street; D. J. M. Jones, Quay Street, Ammanford; J. W. Evans, Gamant; W. J. Wilkins, Gwaun-cae-gurwent; Toaah Jones, Pharmacist, Llandilo? Public Notices. DON'T FORGET) The Grand EISTEDDFOD To be held at LLANDOVERY (Under the auspices of the D. S. & S. Federation) ON SATURDAY NEXT, Sept. 27th, 1919. RECORD ENTRIES. 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, Coalhouae, large Gardens, and extensive Grounds. Elec- tric Light laid on. Vacant possession on 29th September. Apply- W. MICHAEL, "Broadoak," Llandebie. CHRISTADELPHIAN MEETING ROOM, Arcade Chambers, Ammanford. A LECTURE Will be delivered on Sunday Next, Sept. 28 AT 3 P.M. Subject: BIBLE TRUTHS. Sales by Auction. AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. MESSRS. WILLIAM & WALTER JAMES AND JAMES & JAMES (Fellows of the Auctioneers' Institute). AUTUMN SALE FIXTURES TO DATE'. Aug. 7.—F reehold Farms and Dwelling Houses at Llanwrtyd. li.-Llandilo Town Mart. 12.-Reynoldstone Mart. 15.-Freehold.Dwelling Houses at Town Hall, Llandovery. 25.-Liandito Town Mart. 26.-Gowerton Mart. t> 29.—Cilgwyn Estate. Timber Sale at Town Hall, Llandovery. 30.-Edwins.ford Estate, at Drill Hall, Llandilo. Sept. 2.Reynoldstone Mart. tJ 5.—Ciigwyn Etate, at Town Hall, Llandovery. 6.-Freehold Farms at Llangendeime. 8.-Llandilo Town Mart. 9.-Gowerton Mart. It 9.-Capel Issa, Manordeilo. Sale ot Household Furniture, Pedigree Poultry, &c. IO.-Tirmorfa-fawr, Bynea. Clear-out Sale Stock, Crop, &c. 1.—Llangennech Estate. 12.-Annual Sheep Sale at Gowerton. 15.-Pantglas Home Farm, Llanfynydd. Sale of Stock, &c. 16.-Reynoldstone Mart. 16.—Gwynfaen Farm, Loughor. Sale of Stock, Crop, &c. 1 7 .-Hendrewen Farm, Pontardulais. Sale of Stock, Crop, &c. f, 19.—Banc Farm, Taliaiis, Llandilo. Sale of Stock, Crop, &c. 20.—Pencefnarda Farm, Goroeinon. 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.-Barriston Farm, Gower. Sale ot Stock, &c. 29.-Cefn Farm, Cynghordy. Sale ot Stock, &c. 30.-Gowerton Mart. 30.—Dunraven Farm, Reynoldstone. Sale of Stock, Crop, &c. Oct. I.-Cwmccedoe-ron Farm, Babel. Sale of Stock, Crop, &c. 2.-Rhuadmon Farm, Llanigadock. Sale of Stock, Qrop, &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, &c. „ io.-Bwlchagored Farm, Llangadock. Sale of Stock, Crop, &c. „ 13.-Llan-dilo Town Mart. 14.-Reynoldstone Mart. 15.—Pilton 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 Farms and Lands. Freehold Property (Myrtle Hill, London House, &c.), Llansadwm. Bryncadno Property Sale, Liandilo. 0., 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. Do lgarreg, Llandovery. Household Furniture and Effects. j 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. BRYNBACH, BRYNAMMAN. CLEAR-OUT SALE OF LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, &c. Mr. THOMAS JENKINS (Formerly Messrs. Danl. Jenkins & Sons) XX AS been favoured with instructions from Mrs. Annie Rees (who is leaving) to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above place, on SATURDAY, SEPTEM- BER 27th, 1919, the whole of her Valuable STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, &c., consisting of 3 Milch Cows in full profit, 2 Yearling Heifers, I Spring Calf, I Three-year-old Strong Filly (unbroken), 2 Store Pigs, Wheel Plough, Harrow, Chain ditto, Set of Shajt Harness, 2 Collars, Saddle, Bridle (equal to new), Grindstone, Chaffcuttex, Iron Pipes, 2 Field Gates, and quantity o Lime. Sale to commence at 3 o'clock. Credit on Conditions. The Shop, Gwaun-cae-gurwen, August-26th, 1919. Pcns?i?liiw, TYCROES, PANTYFFYNNON. CLEAR-OUT SALE OF LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, HARNESS, &c. Mr. THOMAS JENKINS (Formerly Messrs. Danl. Jenkins & Sons) HAS been favoured with instructions from Mr. David Rees (who is giving up Farming) to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above place, on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1st, 1919, the whole of the STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, &c., consisting of 5 Milch Cows in full profit, 1 Two-year-old Heifer, 2 Yearling Heifers, I Aged Mare, 15.2 h.h. (Carter), warranted; 1 Yearling Filly, very promising (by Llettymary's Horse) I Eight-year-old Cob Mare, 14.2 h.h., and Suckling (by Llettymaly's Horse) 2-Horse Mowing Machine (Albion), equal to new; Gambo, Cart, 2 Traps, Swing Plough (Cwm No. 3), Harrow, Set of Shaft Harness, Trap ditto, Leading Chains, Ploughing ditto, Forks, Rakes, &c., &c. Lunch on the Table at 1. Sale to com- mence at 2 o'clock. Credit on Conditions. The Shop, Gwaun-cae-gurwen, August 23rd, 1919. Sales by Auction. J. DAVIES & Co., AUCTIONEERS, &c., LlarvgadocK. AUTUMN SALES 1919. Sept. 4.-Llandovery: Store Stock Monthly Sale. 8.-Lla-ndovery: Sale of Horses, Tim- ber, Carriages, Harness, &c. 9.-Llangadcck Mart: Fat and Store Stock. IO.-Llanwrtyd Mart: Fat and Store Stock. 16.-Llandovery Mart: Fat and Store Stock. 17.—Llanwrtyd Mart: Fat and Store Stock. 17.-Llanwrtyd Auction Mart: Annual Sale of Breeding Ewes, Stock Rams, &c., for B. Davies, Esq., Tyclyd, Beulah. 18.—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.-Llad()Ck 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.-Llandlio Horse Sale. 29.—Llettyrhyddod, Llangadock: Clear- out Sale of Stock, Crop, Imple- ments, &c. 30.-Llandovery Mart: Fat and Store Stock. Oct. I.-Lianwrtyd Mart: Fat and Store Stock. 1.— Y stradffin, Rhandirmwyn: Clear-out Sale of Stock, Crop, Implements, &c. 2.-Rhlwddu, Gwynfe: Clear-out Sale of Stock, Crop, Implements, &c. 3.-Tycoch, Talley, Llandilo: Clear- out Sale of Stock, Crop, Imple- ments, &c. 3.-Llandovery: Store Stock Monthly Sale. 4.— Tredomen, Llanddeusant: Clear-out Sale of Stock, Crop, Implements, &c. 6.-Penlan, Telych, Llandovery: Clear- out Sale of Stock, Crop, Imple- ments, &c. 7.-L,angadock Mart: Fat and Store Stock. 8.—Llanwrtyd Mart: Fat and Store Stock. 8.—Cilwr, Talley: Clear-out Sale of Stock, Crop, Implements, &c. (!n conjunction with Mr. D. R. Williams, Borthyn). 9.-Nantllindir, Cynghordy: Clear-out Sale of Stock, Crop, Implements, &c. 10.—Dolfallt, Lktndovery: Annual Sale of Sheep, Cattle, &c., at Llan- dovery Cattle Market. IO.-Llandovery: Draft Stock of Isaac Haley, Esq., Glanbrane. If.-Pan-tumor, 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.-Llanwrtyd Ma*- Fat and Store Stock. ,,16.-Dolbant, Llangadock: Clear-out Sale of Stock, Crop, Implements, &c. 17.-Golien, Mothvey, Llandovery: Clear-out Sale of Stock, Crop, Implements, &c. Bodist^ucliaf, BETTWS, AMMANFORD (Distant about 14 Mnes from Ammanford and Glanamman Railway Stations). SALE OF VALUABLE LIVE STOCK, HAY, CORN, GREEN CROPS, &c. Mr. THOMAS JENKINS (Formerly Messrs. DanI. Jenkins & Sons) H AS been favoured with instructions from I Messrs. Thomas and David John Morgan* to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, on the above Premises, on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7th, 1919, the whole of their Valuable STOCK, CORN. GREEN CROPS, &c., Consisting of 17 HEAD OF CATTLE.-4 young Milch Cows in full profit (two of which are due to calve in January), I Two-year-old Bull, 2 Two-year-old Heifers (in Calf), I Two-year- old Steer, 2 Yearling Heifers, 4 ditto Steers, and 3 Spring Calves. HORSES.-I Seven-year-old Cart Mare, 15.2 h.h. (warranted in all gears), 1 Four- year-old Collier Horse (warranted), and I Two-year-old Collier Colt (very promising). 107 SHEEP .-41 Welsh Mountain Ewes, 24 Ewe Lambs, 36 Ram Lambs, Two- year-old Ram, 2 Yearling ditto, and 3 Ram Lambs. I strong Store Pig and 60 Head of Poultry. HA Y.1 Light of Horse Hay in Shed, about 4 Tons; and ) Rick of Meadow ditto, about 3 Tons (in good condition). CORN.—5 Haggard Mows of Wheat, 6 ditto of Barley, 4 ditto of Mixed Corn, ard 2 ditto of Oats (well harvested). GREEN CROPS.-15 Drills of Swedes, 6 ditto of Mangolds, and 9 ditto of Potatoes. Also a quantity of Old Iron. Lunch on the Table at 12. Sale to com- mence at 2 o'clock sharp. Credit on Con- ditions. The Shop, Gwaun-cae-gurwen, September 22nd, 1919. 'Sales by Auction. CARMARTHENSHIRE. Parishes of LLANARTHNEY & BETTWS. IMPORTANT FREEHOLD FARMS FOR SALE. Mr. W. N. JONES, F.A.I., HAS received instructions to Offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the CAWDOR ARMS HOTEL, LLAN- DILO (according to Conditions to be then and there read), on SATURDAY, SEP- TEMBER 27th, 1919, at 2.30 p.m., the following Very Valuable FARMS, Viz.:— LOT ].-All that Valuable Freehold Farms and Lands, situate in the Parish of Llanarthney, and known as CWM HOWELL, now in the occupation of Mr. John Jones as yearly tenant thereof, and containing 48 Acres or thereabouts of very productive land. The Dwelling-house and Outbuildings have been well built, and are in excellent repair, and are covered with Carnarvon Slates. LOT 2.—All that Valuable Freehold Holding, called ABERDAUNANT, adjoining Lot 1, now in the occupation of Mr. John Jones as yearly tenant, and con- taining 29 Acres or thereabouts of useful land. Both the above Lots are well served by Roads and Water. LOT 3.—All that Valuable Freehold Farm and Lands, called WIG, situate in the Parish of LlanaTthney, now in the occupation of Mr. John George as yearly tenant thereof, and containing 86 Acres or thereabouts of excellent land. The House and Outbuildings are in excellent repair, and the Main Road runs through the Lot, which is also served by a District Road., The Gwendraeth-fach River also runs through the Property. LOT 4.-All those Two Very Valuable Freehold Fields, now let with Lot 3 and abutting the Road to Garn and the Mansel Arms, and containing 11 Acres or there- abouts, and forming a very useful Holding with excellent Building Sites. LOT 5.—All those several Freehold Fields, now let with and adjoining Lot 3, and comprising 48 Acres or thereabouts, and abutting the Road leading from Wig Farm House to Porthyrhyd, and forming an excel- lent Holding. The Gwendraeth-fach River also runs through part of this Lot. LOT 6.—All that Valuable Freehold Farm and Lands, known as TIRLAN, in the Parish of Bettws, now in the occu- pation of Mr. David Evans as yearly tenant thereof, and containing 58 Acres or there- abouts of excellent Land. LOT 7.—All those several Pieces of Valuable Freehold Land, now let with Lot 6, and situate below the District Road, and containing 8 Acres or thereabouts. The Mines and Minerals are reserved. Lots 1 to 5 inclusive form excellent Hold- ings, being well situated within easy distance of the Industrial Districts in the neighbour- hood of Porthyrhyd, Cross Hands, and Tumble. Plans of Lots 3, 4 and 5 can be seen at The Ap-Adam Arms, Porthyrhyd; The Smith's Arms, Voelgastell; and at Wig. Lots 6 and 7 are situate within a short dis- tance of Ammanford, and are very useful Lots. Further Particulars with respect to Lots I and 2 can be had from Mr. GWYN C. PORTER, Solicitor, Llandilo; and as to Lots 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 from Mr. T. M. EVANS, Solicitor, Ammanford; and as to the whole from the AUCTIONEER, Ammanford. Penygpocs. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSES & GARDENS. Mr- W. N. JONES WILL Offer for SALE BY PUBLIC rY AUCTION, at the FARMER'S ARMS, PENYGROES (according to Con- ditions to be then and there read), on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1st, 1919, at 5 o'clock in the Afternoon, all those Four Well-built and Centrally Situated FREEHOLD Dwelling HOUSES, Being Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4, CAEMELYN TERRACE, PENYGROES, now in the respective occupations of Messrs. John Hughes, Frederick Rees, David Richards and David John 4iughei as Monthly Tenants thereof. Each House consists of 3 Rooms and Pantry on Ground Floor, 3 Bedrooms, Garden, Closet, and Pigstye, and will be offered in separate Lots. The Auctioneer begs to draw particular attention to this Sale. It is not very often that Freehold Houses come into the Market. Further Particulars can be had from the AUCTIONEER, Ammanford; or > Mr. SAMUEL GRIFFITH, Solicitor, Ammanford. C W TCH RHIWFAWR, CWMLLYNFELL, SALE OF STOCK, HAY, &c. Mr. THOMAS JENKINS (Formerly Messrs. Danl. Jenkins & Sons) HAS been favoured with instructions from Mr. John Isaac Williams (who is leaving), to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above place, on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4th, 1919, the STOCK, HAY, &c., consisting of I Milch Cow, due to calve in January (very good Milker), 2 Store Pigs, a number of Fowls, quantity of Hay, Forks, Rakes, Hay Knife, &c., &c. Sale to commence at 3.30 o'clock. Credit on Conditions. The Shop, Gwaun-cae-gurwen, September 19th, 1919. Sales by Auction. !Bi?5?nc]\witK9 GWYNFE, LLANGADOCK. Highly Important Clear-out Sale of Valuable Dairy Cows, Store Cattle, Horses, Sheep, Pigs, Hay, Corn, Implements, Dairy Utensils, and- Household Furniture, &c. Messrs. J. DAVIES & Co. H AVE been instructed by Mr. John Griffiths (who is retiring from Farm- ing), to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above place, on TUESDAY, SEP- TEMBER 30th, 1919, the following Live STOC Viz.:— 34 HEAD OF CATTLE.—13 Cross Bred Milch Cows (most of which will calve in January or early in February), 2 Barren Cows in very forward condition, 8 Two-year- old Hereford and Cross Bred In-ca lf Heifers, 2 Two-year-old Hereford Steers in forward condition, 8 Hereford Steer and Heifer Calves, 1 Two-year-old Pure Bred Hereford Bull. 7 HORSES.-I Seven-year-old Collier Mare, 14.3 h.h., a splendid worker, and a very handsome animal with plenty of bone and feather; I rising Five-year-old Collier Mare, 14.2 h.h., a real good worker and dead game; 1 Aged Collier Mare, 14.2 h.h., a splendid worker; 1 Aged Collier Mare, 14.3 h.h., a very reliable animal; 1 Aged Welsh Pony, 13.1 h.h., petecfly quiet in all harness; 1 Two-year-old Collier Colt, 14.2 h.h., a very promising horse, by Thanet King"; I rising Two-year-old Collier Colt, a very promising horse with plenty of bone and feather. 357 SHEEP.—192 very strong Cross Cheviot and Mountain Breeding Ewes, 100 Cross Cheviot Ewe Lambs, 61 Wether Lambs, 1 Pure Bred Yearling Mountain Ram, 2 Two- year-old Mountain Rams, 1 Pure Bred Moun- tain Ram. PIGS.-6 Baconers. THE CROPS. HAY.—30 Tons or thereabouts of Prime Horse Hay-all got up in the best of con- dition. CORN.-2 Haggard Mows of Wheat, 12 Haggard Mows of Barley, 39 Haggard Mows of Oats. The Com is all well harvested, and placed within easy distance of the Parish Road. 20 Rows of POTATOES, together with the whole of the IMPLEMENTS, DAIRY UTENSILS, &c. One New SHEEP DIPPING SWIM BATH AND DRIER. THE HARNESS.-3 complete Sets of Shaft Harness, 2 complete Sets of Leading Harness, 4 Pairs G.O. Harness, 2 complete Sets of Trap Harness (one equal to new), Collars, Bridles, &c., together with the greater portion of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Including several Old Oak Coffers, and many other useful Articles which are too numerous to mention. Luncheon on the Table at 10.30. Sale to commence at 11.30 o'clock. Credit on Con- ditions. The Auctioneers beg to draw the special attention of Farmers and Dealers to this large and highly attractive Clear-out Sale. The Cattle are all well bred, and the Milch Cows are exceptionally deep Milkers. The Horses are a very handsome lot. The Sheep should command the attention of Flock Masters, as they are a very strong and healthy lot. An early attendance of intending buyers is essen- tial as the Auctioneers will start punctually, as the Lots are very numerous. Auctioneers' Offices :-Llangadock, Llan- dovery, Llandilo, and Llanwrtyd Wells. ERW-FAWR, IN THE PARISH OF LLANEDY (2 Miles distant from Pantyffynnon Station). Important Clear-out Sale of Superior Dairy Cows, Fat Cattle, Horses, Fat Sheep, Pigs, and Implements. Mr. W. N. JONES, F.A.I., H AS received instructions from Mr. Wm. I Richards (who is leaving in conse- quence of the Farm having been sold) tn SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above place, on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7th, 1919, the whole of the following VALUABLE STOCK, Viz.:— 20 very excellent Shorthorn Dairy Cows and Heifers (8 with Calves at heels), 6 In-calf Hei fers, 25 very fine Fat Heifers and Steers, 2 Two-year-old Shorthorn Bulls, 2 One-year- old ditto, 72 Fat Sheep and Lambs, 2 Fat Pigs, Sow and Litter. HORSES.—1 very useful and powerful I Cart Horse, Duke, Six-year-old, 16 h.h.; I very useful Mare, Lester," Five-year-old, by Royal Glen," 16 h.h.; I very fine Four- year-old Mare by Royal Glen 1 ditto ditto; I very promising Three-year-old Collier Mare; ditto ditto Horse; 1 very strong and well-built Cob Mare; I Yearling Cart Colt. IMPLEMENTS.-2 Carts, 2 Gamboes, 2 Dog Carts, 2 Ploughs, New Turnip Drill, 2 Mowing Machines (one by Bamford, and one by Hornsby), I Sheep Rack. Terms: Cash for Fat Stock, for which 14 days' keep will be given if desired. Six Months Credit on Conditions for remainder. Luneheon on the Tables at 12 o'clock. Sale to commence at 1.30. A Motor Char-a-banc will leave Panty- ffynnon Station at about 12 o'clock, after the arrival of the Up and Down Trams. IF YOU FEEL QUEER- This is the absolute cure for such condition* I as Backache, Headache, Brain Fag, Insomnia, and all nervous troubles. Pains disappear, and life becomes much brighter after taking one or two B.P. NO. 50 PELLETS." Nothing equals this well-tried remedy, which acts like a charm in restoring normal con- ditions to sufferers at all ages! Just try one small packet, post free for 1/6, from Sourdal Co., 45, Station Road, Croydon, Surrey. The Chronicle will be sent by post to any address at 4/4 for the half-yeu, or 8/8 pet annum, payable in advance. PALACE THEATRE, AMMANFORD. A GRAND ORCHESTRAL CONCERT Will be held at the above place on Wednesday, Oct. I st, 1919, by the BETTWS Orchestral Society (Under the Conductorship of Mr. Geo. Thomas, L.L.C.M.) ARTISTES: Soprano-Madame LAURA EVANS-WILLIAMS (Of the London & Provincial Concerts). Basso: Mr. MORLAIS EVANS (National Winner). Elocutionist: Mr. T. GIBBON DAVIES. Accompanist: Miss CEINWEN WILLIAMS Chairman: COL. LLOYD HARRIES, LLANGADOCK. Doors open at 7; to commence at 7-30 p.m. Admission Stalls, 4/ Circle, 3/ (Reserved and Numbered) Pit, 2/ Gallery, 1/6 (Tax Inclusive). Reserved Seat Tickets to be obtained from Mr. E. Harries, Co-operative Stores, Ammanford. Local & District News. TO CORRESPOHDENTS. Reports, News Paragraphs, and all Communications for the "AMMAN VALLEY CHRONICLE" should be sent not later than WED- NESDAY earlier when- ever possible—addressed— 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.

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