I Forthcoming Events. I Nov. 8. 13.-Ystafell Genadol, Gamant: Evangelical Services. I't>v. 13.-Y.M.C.A., Ammanford: Public Meeting re holding of National Eisteddfod for 1922 in Ammanford. Nov. 13.-Church Room, Ammanford: Grand Miscellaneous Concert. Nov. 13.—Bryn Seion, Glanamman: Grand Organ and Pianoforte Recital. Nov. 15.—Public Hall, Cross Hands: Grand Dramatic Evening. Nov. 16.-St. Catherine's Church, Bryn- amman: Grand Organ Recital. Nov. 16.—St. Margaret's Church, Cwm- llynfell: Grand Organ Recital. Nov. 19.-Christian Temple, Ammanford: Men's Meeting, to be addressed by Dr. J. A. Rawlings, J.P., Swansea. Nov. 27.-Pavilion, Llandebie: Grand Dance. Nov. 30 & Dec. I.-English Congregational Church, Ammanford: Anniversary Services. Dec. 4.—Drill Hall, Ammanford Grand Dance. Dec. 6.-Peuiel, Caerbryn: Grand Eistedd- fod. Dec. 15.-Palace Theatre, Ammanford: Grand Complimentary Concert to Mr. Geo. A. Thomas, L.L.C.M. Dec. 18.-Bethesda, Glanamman: Grand Benefit Concert. Dec. 18.-Drill Hall, Ammanford: Annual Christmas Tree and Sale of Work in con- nection with the Churches of Ammanford Parish. Dec. 19.-Palace Theatre, Ammanford: Grand Concert. Dec. 25.-Christian Temple, Ammanford: Annual Organ Recital. Dec. 25.-Capel Newydd, Bettws: Grand Dramatic Recital. Dec. 25 & 26.—Tai'rgwaith Football Ground: Grand Football Tournament. Dec. 26 (Boxing Day) .—Church Hall, Carmel: Third Annual Eisteddfod. Dec. 27.—St. Edmund's Church, Tycroes: Annual Sale of Work and Christmas Tree.
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I- Under the Lamp. I. [By THE WATCHMAN."] I Coming events cast their shadows before. My reason for quoting this popular phrase is the fact that to-day the opportunity is to be afforded us of voicing our feelings sympatheically with the project introduced, and which will be one of the greatest recognition con- I ferred upon the musical and literary sections of the community. The past years have recorded qualifications un- equalled in the eisteddfodic circles of the Amman Valley, and even the younger element has contributed its share in the realisation of the ambi- tious desires of the ruling circle. The victory of the renowned Ammanford Choir in itself justifies th claim to be put forward to the people to-day, who will be as ked to do their share. Can there be a single refusal to the caU of co-operation? The fair name of Amman ford echoes throughout the land, and her musical and literary geniuses beckon to you, the supporters of a Golden Throng," to retaliate for their past efforts. To-day will decide, and there is but one opinion. It is: United we stand; divided we fall. < <* « Ammanford has brought to light some of the ifnest and greatest of literary 'men. Their connections hold good for ever, and the granting of the holding of the National Eisteddfod for 1922 at Ammanford will undoubtedly be met with the full approval of the Gorsedd circles. Everyone interested in the present movement are asked to "attend the meeting to be held at the Y.M.C.A. this (Thursday) afternoon. <- < There is another important announce- ment which will, I hope be appreciated by the public of Ammanford. The Ammanford and District Choral Society Committee met on Tuesday evening last, when it was decided to compete at the next National Eisteddfod to be hefd at Barry. There is no need for me to enlarge upon the recent comments made upon the success of the Choir. Their past achievement holds good, and is above ail the more creditable. Those who have been responsible for the greatest of successes are worthy of praise. Over £300 has already been raised to cover the cost of the Choir' s visit to Corwen, and there is now only a deficit of £ 30 odd. The Committee are anxious, as is natural, to wipe off all existing obligations, and to have a clear field for the Barry event. The expenses here again will be heavy, and it is obvious that the Man in the Street will come forward at the opportune time and help in the pro- curing of the ultimate desires of so con- spicuous an organisation. The Drainage Scheme is to be pro- ceeded with almost immediately, but the cost, I suppose, will have to be borne ungrudgingly. I do not want the idea to gain root that I am opposed to the introduction of the scheme. Un- questionably it is one of the first to be introduced, and a long-felt want in the locality. The delay in the adoption of the Housing Scheme comes in for my share of criticism. The suggestion recently made by Mr. John Harries I believe to be an ideal one. Why not convene a conference of all public bodies affected, and ascertain their views on the matter? But there you are, Llan- • dovery, Llandilo Rural, and Cwm- amman are to proceed regardless of difficulties. Then again, there is Llan- elly, perhaps a body as wise as our- selves, making elaborate arrangements to cope with the pressing need. Some time ago I visited the Maesteg district, and was surprised to find the people herded together as so many sheep.. Fortunately, we have not reached that stage at Amman ford but time will tell. > It so happened one Sunday evening recently that I was ushered into the family circle of a Rhondda miner. I was more or less surprised with the delightful reception accorded to myself and friends, and the homeliness of the folks in general appealed to me. After a sumptuous tea had been partaken of, I was invited to one of those treats, rare and superb. The elder daughter, enriched with the power of music, commenced singing, and gradually the whole family joined in, to my mind, the finest of Welsh renditions. Tune after tune followed, and the church bells ringing in the distance added to the perfection of the scene. I was blessed with the presence of the cream of the musical world, the Welsh miner, and the meeting to me con- veyed a lasting impression of apprecia- tion and recognition. • Ht Speaking to the Vicar of Llandovery on the question of the Llandovery drainage, I was informed that one of the statements made at the ratepayers' meeting was inaccurate. It referred to the outcome of the black fever in the town many years ago, and which was responsible for an increased death- rate. The Vicar's version, so it is con- tended, is correct, and to this can be added the fact that the present water supply to the town was introduced some three years previous to the out- break. The ringing of the church bells Tuesday momin gsignalled the call for reverence and our deep regard for the great sacrifices made during the war. Heads were lowered, and a two minutes thought was given for those who had passed away to the Great Beyond. Our recollections recalled that great saying: Greater love hath no man than this." Let us now liTe up I to our promises, and do all within our power to recognise Man' s humanity r to man." I was particularly struck by j the solemnity of the occasion, and wondered casually if our obligations have been realised. The war is now I over, and Peace reigns supeme; but [ there is still the Greatest of These." Lest we forget." l f
i Dr. Ratings' Visit to Ammanford. The mission which brings Dr. J. f Adams Rawlings, J. P to Amanford next week is revealed in the subject of the address which he will deliver at the Christian Temple, viz., The Making of Manhood—A Plea for Purity. Dr. Rawlings is a medical man well known in the Swansea district, and in many parts of South Wales. He is consulting physician to the Swansea Hospital, the founder and director of a I most successful Brotherhood at Sketty, and a great believer in the Free Church Council movement and its special mission to the churches and the com- munity. Dr. Rawlings is keenly in- j terested in both the moral and scien- « tific aspects of certain very live ques- j tions of the day, and in much request at meetings where such questions are discussed. He is well adapted to be a popular exponent of th ese and kin- dred questions, for in addition to his expert scientific knowledge, and his deep interest in the moral and spiritual welfare of our country, he is also gifted with eloquent speech. He is having large audiences wherever he goes, for the conscience of the community is at last being awakened to these twin aspects of Truth. The promoters of the meeting are fortunate in having secured as president our fellow-towns- man, Dr. Arthur Hughes, who is doing a great work in this direction through- out the county. The meeting will be held next Wednesday evening, the 19th inst., at 7 o'clock. All men over 13 years of age are heartily invited to attend. A silver collection will be taken to defray the expenses of the meeting.
Local Departure. It is with mixed feelings we leam of 'j the impending departure of Mr. Arthur Moses, A.L.C.M., from our locality. During his stay amongst us he has made for himself a host of friends. As an adjudicator and accom- panist he has been very popular in the Valley. Still more so as the conductor of the famous Bettws Juvenile Choir, which has had such a successful career under the able conductorship of Mr. Moses. Beyond dis- pute, Mr. Moses has risen the standard of juvenile singing to a great extent, and his departure for Bmyamman, at the end of the month, is sadly regretted. A man who is always ready to train a choir and give his services for any deserving cause must be missed in any neighbourhood.
Meeting of Licensed Victuallers. I DISSATISFACTION. The adjourned annual meeting of the Llandalo and District Licensed Victuallers' and Beer Sellers' Association was held at the Dynevor Arms Hotel, Pantyffynnon, on Thursday last, the 6th inst., Mr. Rees Owen (president) in the chair. In addition to a fair number of the members of the Associa- tion, there were present representatives of th. Neath, Swansea, and Llanelly Associations. Mr. Harry Rogers, president of the Swan- sea L.V.A. and South Wales representative for the retail section at the Arbitration Board, addressed the meeting and reported the result of arbitration re beer charges, and gave a general survey with regard to trade matters generally. Ex-Councillor John Morris, of the Waterloo Hotel, Neath; Mr. Stanley Elt, secretary of the Neath L.V.A.; and Mr. Jones, repre- sentative of the Llanelly L.V.A., also addressed the meeting, at the dose of which a hearty vote of thanks was accorded the speakers. The following resoluti on was unanimously passed, viz.:—" That this meeting of the Llandilo and District Licensed Victuallen" and Beer Sellers' Association, having heard the result of the recent appeal to the Con- ciliation Board re brewers' charges, express their intense dissatisfaction with the same, and regret that the retail representatives should have agreed to the decision. And further, that a request be made to the officials of the National Defence League to arrange for a combined appeal by dissatisfied districts t* the Food Controller." The following appointments were mad* for the ensuing year:—President, Mr. Morgan Jenkins, Mount Pleasant Hotel, Gwaun-cae- gurwen vice-president, Mr. Johnny Jeniin*, Caegurwen Arms Hotel, Gwaun-cae-guwe*; treasurer, Mr. Rees Owen, Dynevor Arm Hotel, Pantyffynnon; secretary, Mr. Daft" Ambrose, 2, Brisk en Terracs, LIaZo.
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From Bevan, Mill Stores, Pantyffynnon. OR Sale, Leasehold Dwelling House and Garden, No. 37, Harold Street, Tirydail.—Apply George, Davies, & Evans, Solicitors, Cardigan. YV ANTED, 50 or more Discharged and Demobbed Men to Buy their Over- coats at Levenson's Emporium. A special discount of 2/- in the £ given to all Bit- Badge men.—Apply The Emporium, Amman- ford. OR SALE.—Typical Welsh Mountain Pony, 2629 (W.S.B.) Governess Car, and Harness complete.—F or price and parti- culars, apply Samways, Maesybont, Lian- debie. £ 1 for 1/ Four pigs which each had three Karswood Pig Powders weekly put on 18-lbs. more weight in one week than four pigs same age, on same food, without Karswood Pig Powders. Penny each.—W. J. Wilkins, Chemist, Gwaun-cae-guarwen. AMMANFORD.-F. Sale, at Bargain Prices, Kitchen Dressers, Drawing Room and Kitchen Tables, Pier Glasses, Pictures, Lino and Oilcloth, Lamps, and a large stock of Mantles and Cutlery. We have Curtis's and Harvey, Eley, and Kynoch Cartridges in stock. Just arrived, latest Horse Clipping Machines.—From Harries Ironmongers and House Furnishers, Amman- ford. 1 FOG, SMOKE, DAMP and disease germs are a menace to your nose and throat. Use NOSTROLINE Nasal Specific ■ to soothe the irritation and destroy the germs. A touch of this fragrant specific makes you secure. 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, Garnant; W. J. Wilkins, Gwaun-cae-gurwen; Jonah Jones, Pharmacist, Llandilo. Rabbits Rabbits Rabbits 10,000. WILD RABBITS Wanted weekly. Con- tracts made throughout the season; empties and labels supplied. Also all kinds of Poultry and Game. Write for particulars to B. B. King, Wholesale Produce Mer- chant, 217, Munster Road, Fulham, London, S.W. 6. WYLES STANDARD BOOTS. B EST Miners', Navvies', Carters', and Boys' School Boots. All solid Leather Hand-made, and guaranteed Waterproof. Sold by W. Jones, Cwmllynfell; J. Davies, Waters Road, Llanelly; D. Rees, Llan- debie; W. Morris, Pontyates; T. Rowlands, Ferry Road, Kidwelly; W. Davies, Tumble; D. Thomas, Ammanford; S. Thomas, Morriston, D. Owens, Llandebie; Evans and Co., Llandilo. Sole Manufacturers: Wyles, 65, Bath Road, Bristol. ADVERTISE your Sales and Want. in the Chronicle. Cheap Prepaid Rates. Chronicle Office, Ammanford. — — !— Public Notices. CoUft Z-X4P-IM3L&N READING ROOM A Grand Competitive CONCERT Will be held at the above place On Christmas Night (December 25th, 1919). Chief Items: Open Solo 11 1 0 Open Recitation YO 10 6 Further particulars will appear shortly. Public Notices. SECRETARIES-PLEASE NOTE! The Pontardawe Public Hall Annual EISTEDDFOD Will be held on June 19th, 1920. List of Subjects will be ready in good time. Secretary -MORGAN JONES, Uplands, Pontardawe. Preliminary Notice. PHILLIPS, SON & HARRISON Beg to announce that they have been instructed to remove to the ￼ ll d-A IL IL Ivopitcs' fiCall -ZK IX-t IX-t.-dt 3M 143 X& Cl And there dispose of very shortly, by PUBLIC AUCTION, a well-known Firm's Entire Stock of China, Earthenware, &c. Further particulars in a few days. Sales by Auction. 1- AMMANFORD SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. Mr. W. N. JONES, F.A.I., HAS received instructions to Offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the DYNEVOR ARMS, PANTY- FFYNNON, on WEDNESDAY, NOVEM- BER 19th, 1919 (according to Conditions to be there and then read), all those very Valuable Leasehold DWELLING HOUSES, Known as IVY COTTAGES, PANTYFFYNNON, And being Nos. 27 and 29, Pantyffynnon Road. The Houses are in the occupation of Messrs. Albert French and Wm. Jones respec- tively as Monthly Tenants thereof, and will be offered in separate Lots. They are held under Lease for 99 years from the 29th of September, 1899, at the annual Ground Rent of JL2 IOs. Od., which will be equally apportioned. The Premises comprise Parlour, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, 3 Bedrooms, Garden, W.C., and Pigstye, and well situated within easy distance of the Collieries and Works in the district, and are sure to prove a good invest- ment. Sale to commence at 5.30 p.m. Further Particulars can be had from the AUCTIONEER, Ammanford; or Mr. J. R. WILLIAMS, So licitor, Llandilo. SHORT NOTICE. Amman Hotel GLANAMMAN. IMPORTANT SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. Mr. JOHN PHILLIPS I S favoured with instructions to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above Address (where the Goods have been re- moved for convenience of Sale), on SATUR- DAY NEXT, NOVEMBER 15th, 1919, a Quantity of Valuable FURNISHING APPOINTMENTS, Comprising roughly I Heavy Chippendale Bedroom Suite of exquisite design, 1 Excellent Oak Bedroom Suite,. 1 Nicely-upholstered Walnut Drawing Room Suite, 1 most Artistic Queen Anne" Mahogany Sideboard with Cellarette, 1 Walnut Sideboard, 1 Old Oak Dresser, 1 Old Oak Coffer, 1 Mahogany Cheffonier, 1 Mahogany Dining Room Telescope Table, I Mahogany Dinner Wagon, I Mahogany Butler's Tray, Bedsteads and Bedding (in- cluding a Feather Bed, a Brass Bedstead of nice design, and a single Oat Bedstead), 1 Baby's Cot and Bedding, Mattresses, I Wash- stand, 1 Dressing Table, Dining Room Overmantels, a large number of Kitchen, Dining Room, and other Chairs, 1 Writing Desk, Pictures, 1 Zorst Vacuum Carpet Cleaner, Fire Irons and Fenders (including a Solid Brass Fender and Ashpan), Window and Curtain Poles, Stair Carpet, Stair Rods, Bedroom Ware, Afternoon Tea Service, together with numerous other Lots. Sale to commence at 1.30 p.m. prompt. Terms Cash. The Auctioneer requests respectfully an early attendance, owing to the short days and the large number of Lots for disposal. Auctioneer's Office, Glanamman, November 8th, 1919. GLANAMMAN CARMARTHENSHIRE. SALE OF A VALUABLE LEASEHOLD SHOP, DWELLING HOUSE, AND PREMISES. Mr. THOMAS JENKINS (Formerly Messrs. Danl. Jenkins & Sons) HAS been favoured with instructions from Mr. Joseph Owen to Offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the AMMAN INN HOTEL, GLANAMMAN, on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22nd, 1919, at 6 o'clock in the Evening (subject to such Conditions as shall then and there be pro- duced), all that Valuable LEASEHOLD SHOP, DWELLING HOUSE AND PREMISES, Known as GLOUCESTER HOUSE," GLAN- AMMAN, And in the occupation of the Owner, situate oa part of Tircoed Farm, Glanamman, held under a Lease for the term of 99 years, com- puted from the 29th of September, 1906, measuring 17 Perches, and has a frontage of 3J feet, or thereabouts, at the low Annual Ground Rent of ii 18s. JOd, The Premises consist of a Double-fronted Shop, 2 Kitchens, Pantry, and 4 Bedrooms, together with a Wooden Shed, with Zinc Roof, 21 x 12. Possession will be given on completion of Purchase. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer. The Shop, Gwaun-cae-gurwen, November 4th, 1919. Good News for Ammanford. A very fine collection of Home Grown Potatoes, from local Farmers, is now stored at the SUPPLY STORES, WIND STREET, In 1 Cwt. Bags, ready for sale. PRICE 11/9 per Cwt. Bags exchanged or charged extra. Excellent Poultry Corn, consisting of Wheat & Maize in small lots, at 3d. per tb, FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE. "wfl.y. j NOTICE to the PUBLIC. | i Radio. Active Saline Water. FAMOUS BRECONSHIRE MINERAL WATERS. f i Recommended by the Medical Profession for the relief an d cure -Of ? Liver and Stomach Disorders, Kidney Complaints, Rheumatism, Gout, J Lumbago, Sciatica, Over-Fatness, Fatty Heart, etc. 2j A Restorative and Preventative for Influenza. ft The Water is Guaranteed to be drawn at the Highland Moor Spa, %J Llandrindod, C The Water is proved by Analysis to contain—Chlorate of Sodium, j Carbonate of Calcium, Sulphate of Soda, Iron Salts, Lithium and ) ? Barium Magnesium, Chlorate, etc. J n Supplied at 4d. per pint. Bring your own Jars. Why use Patent Medicines when # S you can have Nature's own. To be obtained from Edwards & Sons, 1, NORMAN ROAD, Distributing Agents for South Wales. J J S PW AGENTS WANTED THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. S V.VAV.V.V«V.V,NV.VVa'.V.VV.WM".V^.SV. OEA)()N'S ?? HEALTH PILLS Ut-tt?m M)NFLAMMATMN "?ttt.ttt < t?.?U PURE, SIMNE HEALTHY BLOOa ????.. RDRflIlfiUUllT l PI ??!M Burning, Fevers, Innammatins, BRIGHT CLEAR a?!H, Pneumonia, Dropsy, Pleurisy, £ & £ £ trOflM I IWlO PUEI I 0 Torturing Eczema, Rheumatism, rnH- rnUm UWEn UnlLLy, Gout.Pimples.BoUs.motches i?-tttt? ￼ S???? r ￼ M??t??-tm? Indigestion, Headache, Jaundice, Dropsy, ° Backache, And all Unhealthy inflamed Ulcerous Conditions. DEAKINS Ensure immediate benefits for all Sufferers, and effect quick and most wonderful recoveries. DEAKIN'S In Stamped Boxes only, 1/3; by Post, 1/6; Six Boxes for 7/6. —————— I Sole Proprietors and Inventors: G. Deakin & Hughes, The Inflammation Remedies Co., BRISTOL & BLAENAVON, Mon. m Scholastic. Old College School, Carmarthen. (Facing Beautiful Vale of Towy). eal Institution /or Direct Preparation and Great Production. BOARDERS KEPT. GIRLS ADMITTED. TERMS MODERATE. SUCCESSES OF ONE SESSION, 1918-19. C.M. Training College Certificate-( 1). College of Preceptors— (24). Shorthand—(6); (4) Preliminary; (1) Theory; (1) Speed Certificate; Book- keeping— (I). Theological Preliminary—(4). Calviuistic metho-di ist-(I). Clerkship—Typewriting inclusive—( 4). TOT AL. 37. DUTIES RESUMED SEPTEMBER 2nd. After September 2nd, New Pupils Registered at any time, and charged pro rata. Prospectuses may be had on application to the HEAD MASTER.