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ADVERTISING CHARGES. Parliamentary Notices Is. per line per insertion Govemment Announcements 9d. Lepland Pn hUc Notices Municipal and School Board I6(1. Tenders and Contracts Auction Advertisements 4d." « Freehold and Leasehold Pro- perty Sales 6d. Religious Services  Lectures and Entertain- I2s, 6d. per inch" mentf J PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. "Wanted," "To Let," "For Sale," "Found," I's Lost." at the rate of 15 Words for 6d. (prepaid). Wanted. DRESSMAKING.-WANTED, a good BODICE HAND live outdoors.—Apply RANDELL AND SONS, Lonion House, Llanelly. WANTED, a good, strong GENERAL SERVANT, V able to undertake the whole of household duties. Must be fond of chi l(iren. -Apply J., MEB- WRY Office. 'WANTED, a LOCK-UP SHOP in a central part W of the town.—Apply W., the office of this paper. Lost. LOST, on March 25th, from Llwynwhilwg Fawr Farm, a Light Brown CQLLIH DOG white band round neck. Answers to the name of Bob. Kader rewarded on returuing same to R. J. ARTHUR, Swansea-road. Detainer prosecuted. Found. l/OUND.—Velinvoel Trespassers on Cae Jumping X? will be Prosecuted. FOUND, Cheapest TEA in Town—MAZAWATTE FTEA, Is. 6d. per lb. Agent—PHILLIPS, Thomas- street. Miscellaneous. MONEY LENT to any amount; easy repayments HJL taken. Private Inquiry Agent.- -Apply "G," Office, 9, Brynmor-road, Llanelly. To Let. RPO BE LET. a very Commodious HOUSE, being r No. 18, New Road. There is every modern con- venience, including bath room, with hot and cold water. Rent, E31 per annum. Immediate possession can be obtained.—For further particulars and to view, apply to Rev. ELVET LEWIS, Caeffair, Llanelly, or to Mr. GIWROE BLAKE, Stradey Estate Agent. TO LET, DWELLING HOUSE and GARDEN t known as Capel Uchaf.—Apply on the Premises BUILDING LAND TO LET at Capel, near Box; BSotith aspect, fronting main road. Good Garden pround no Borough Rates. Water Main laid on favourable terms.—Apply W. J. REES, Gelly House. TO LET, with immediate possession, a Superior TSemi-detacbed VILLA REIDENCE in New Road, Llanelly, commanding pretty and extensive views of Carmarthen Bay. the Gower Coast, and Stradey Park. The honse is a commodious one, and possesses every modern convenience. At the back are Stables. Coach-houses, and a large Garden. For rent and other particulars apply to RODERICK & SPOWAET, Solictors, Llanelly. For Sale. BEST Lot in Town of Home-cured WELSH HAMS j3 and BACON at W..1. Pmt.n?s, Grocer, Marine- street, Llanelly. BEST SEED BARLEY and OATS.—PmLups, BTbomas Street. GREAT Preparations for Best HOT X BUNS. GMil liOU S.- PHILLIPS & CO. FOR SALE, a Good BICYCLE, not worse than new. JL' Cushion Tyre. Will take 16 for it.-Apply Box 8, MERCURY Office.. PURE CREAMERY BUTTER, Is. per lb. Can j_ not be equalled.- W. PHILLIPS, Thomas Street. CREAMERY BUTTER. Is. per Ib-D. C.PARRY, Stepney Street. NOTICE NOT TO TRUST.  THE UNDERSIGNED, do hereby give Notice I that, I sball NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for any Debt or Debts contracted by my wife, HARRIETT ANN HARRIES, of Penceiliogi, neur Dafen, after this date. (Signed) JAMES HARRIES. March 24th, 1897.  HARRIET ANN HARRIES, late of Penceilogi, I hereby declare that I NEVER CONTRACTED ANY DEBT or DEBTS before or after marriage. Whatever debts have been contracted were done by my husband, James Harries. (Signed) HARRIET ANN HARRIES, 42, Pemberton Street. Witness—John Hopkins. To Builders and Contractors. TENDERS are invited for REBUILDING and EXTENDING Libanus Independent Chapel, pwll, near Llanelly. Plans and ^Speciifcations may be seen at Mr. D. L. Jones. Architect, West End, Llanelly, and sealed tenders, endorsed Chapel Contract." to be sent on or before April 10th, 1897, to the Hev. W. G. JONES. The Committee do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES ACTS. ADVERTISEMENT OF DISSOLUTION BY IN- STRUMENT. NOTICE is hereby iiiveu that the FAITHFUL SOCIETY, Register No. 30, held at Red Cow Inn, Hall Street, Llanelly, in the 'County of Carmarthen, is dis- solved bv Instrument, registered at this Office, the 24th day of March, 1897, unless within three months from the date of the Gazette in which this advertisement appears, proceedings be commenced by a member or other person :intercsted in or having any claim on the funds of the Society to set aside such dissolution, and jthe same be set aside accordingly. E. W. BRABROOK, Chief Registrar. 28, Abingdon Street, Westminster, the 24th day of March, 1897. li A iAl S 10 iN ES BILLPOSTER, STATION ROAD, KIDWELLY. THE cnl? Billposter tbat cnn post and deliver i_ KidweUy and District thoroughly. Ad work done personally. No Boys. INSPECTION INVITED. THE Uareliy Satire Morse Show Society WILL HOI.D THEIR 25TH ANNUAL SHOW AT THE STRADEY FOOTBALL FIELD, LLANELLY, ON Thursday, the 8th of A-urlil, 1897 AT ONE O'CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON, When Prizes to the AMOUNT of £ 21 will be awarded for I the best Entice Cartt-rs, Hackneys and Cobs. • For particulars and condition?, ftPP*y &« I'GiVJSl.Lj j Auctioneer, 9, Park Street, Llaueliy. j CYCLES, 1897. Purchasers of Cycles don't be persuaded to pay P,10 10s. and R15 FOR BICYCLES ALLEGED TO BE AS GOOD AS THE BEST," BUT WHICH IN REALITY ARE FOURTH RATE MACHINES, The result of piecing together the parts of many Manufacturers. REMEMBER THE OLD-ESTABLISHED FIRM, JOHN S. BROWN Will Sell you one of the WORLD-RENOWNED RAGLAN CYCLES FOR £10 101- WITH BEST PNEUMATIC TYRES, OR ONE OF THE CELEBRATED QUADRANTS FOR X12 15/ WITH BEST PNEUMATIC TYRES. QUADRANT RACERS, £ 15. WRITE OR CALL FOR PRICE LISTS TO JOHN S. BROWN, MARKET STREET, LLANELLY. EXCELSIOR & PEARL WHISKIES. AWARDED Gold Medal, Highest Award, International Exhibition, Bordeaux; Diploma, Highest Award, Cardiff Exhibition. The Pearl and Excelsior Whiskies are recommended by the Lancet, British Medical Journal, I and other high authorities for their purity and dietetic qualities. 'Cx .&N. TIA H MP RS) Acknowledged to be the Best Value in the Market. WINES and SPIRITS of the Finest Quality and at standard strength only. MARGRAVE BROS., LLANELLY. THE CELEBRATED C.B. Corsets. v In 2/11 Black 0 w\  and Slate. 3/6 WILLIAMS', THE TEMPLE." JAMES' FOR GARDEN, FLOWER & FARM SEEDS. The Finest and Largest Stock in the County, CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION. JAMES Wholesale and Retail Seedsman and Agricultural Chemist, 18, STEPNEY STREET, LLANELLY. WiUlEEWSES—31INCING LASS, A GREAT IMPROVEMENT. NEW FURNISHING BUSINESS FOR LLANELLY. The Only Practical Furnisher in the Town. W. O. EVANS, HOUSEHOLD & GENERAL FURNISHER, Begs to inform the Public of Llanelly and District, that he has acquired the Shop at the corner of Cowell and Murray Streets (lately occupied as County Court Offices), which have been Greatly Enlarged and Improved, with a view of fully meeting thp growing demands of the town and district. The Premises will shortly be OPENED with a New and Varied Stock of Furniture, viz., Dining, Drawing and Bedroom Suites, &c., Bedsteads and Bedding, Carpets, Rugs, Floorcloths, Linoleums. Intending Customers would do well to reserve their purchases until W. O. E. Opens with his select Stock at Popular Prices. — ——-—————————————————————————.————————— NOTICE OF REMOVAL. MRS. SPECK, Florist and Fruiterer (Late of 36, STEPNEY STREET), BEGS TO INFORM HER NUMEROUS CUSTOMERS THAT SHE HAS REMOVED TO ROYALTY BUILDINGS, MARKET STREET, And while thanking them for past favours, hopes to merit a continuance of their esteemed patronage. Choicest Fruits in Season (English and Foreign). Choicest Flowers in Season (Home Grown). Best Vegetable and Flower Seeds for all purposes. All Garden Requisites kept in Stock. Wreaths, Crosses, Bouquefe, and all Floral Designs at Shortest Notice, Elegantly Made. ORDERS BOOKED NOW FOR PALM SUNDAY. NURSERIES AT PWLL, LLANELLY. • OPENING OF A NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC BUSINESS. W. G. PROBERT (Formerly of Messrs. McLucas & Co.) Begs to inform the inhabitants of Llanelly and public generally, that he HAS OPENED the VICTORIA STUDIO, Vaughan Street, Llanelly, Where, by strict attention to business and High- class work, he solicits a share of their patronage. Athletic Groups: FOOTBALL, CRICKET, and I LAWN TENNIS. Children's Groups a Speciality. fi" Enlargements, Paintings in Oil, Water Colours, and Architecture Photography. ESTABLISHED OVER A QUARTER OF A CENTURY. For Welsh Batter and Welsh Bacon TRY T? Q T?YJTTT TTT?C' D. S. PHILLIPS, Grocer and Provision Merchant 30, WATERLOO STREET, LLANELLY. Also every Article in the Grocery and Provision Trade of the best quality at lowest possible prices EVAN EVANS, Public Accountant and Auditor. OFE"ICL: -STATION ROAD, LLANELLY. Secretary:— llanelly Terminable Building Society, Idanelly Permanent Building Society. Money advanced on Leasehold and other Properties. Short or long terms. Easy repayments. APPLY AS ABOVE. MISS MAGGIE AUBREY (Former Student at the Royal Academy of Masic, London), gives Lessons in Voice Training & Pianoforte Playing And is open to Engagements as ACCOMPANIST AT CONCERTS & EISTEDDFODAU. Visits Llwynhendy, Llangennech, Pontardulais, anli Ammanford weekly. Further particulars at Marsbfield Terraoe" Llanelly, l MISS MAHY EVANS! Teacher of Music, Having Passed all the Local Examinations ot Trinity College, London, wishes to make known that she is prepared to Receive or Visit PUPILS for THEORY and PIANO- FORTE PLAYING. TERMS ON APPLICATION. 13, Downing Street, Llanelly. W. C. AVE. ~1 TEACHER OF MUSIC. Lessons on Violin and Pianoforte. Pupils prepared for the Local Examinations of Trinity College (Lond.), Royal College of Music, &c. Pianofortes and Violins for Sale on Easy Terms. 14, WEST END. NOTICE TO FARMERS & CATTLE FEEDERS. MAIZE At 8s. per sack of 240 lbs. W. KNOYLE, COWELL STREET. LATE STEPNEY STREET. F. L. R E E S, STOCK & SHARE BROKER, VAUGHAN STREET, LLANELLY. BUYBES.— £ 500 Swansea Harbour Stock. 20 Weavers' Ord. 50 Buckley's Pre-Pref. £ 400 Buckley's Deb. Stock. 100 J. Dickinson & C. Pref. 200 J. Dickinson & Co. Ord. 50 Insoles Pref. SEI.LEHS.—Llanelly Laundry Shares. Lloyd's Bank Shares. Taff Ord. at 85-g. Llanelly and Blynydd Mawr Railway. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, t.h? the ANNUAL 1\ MEETING of SHAREHOLDERS will be held at the Office of Messrs. Johnson & Stead Church- street, Llanelly, on SATURDAY, the 10th APRIL, 1897, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, BUSINESS: To pass Accounts. To adopt Report of the Directors. To appoint two Directors. General. The Transfer Bonks of the Company will he Closed on Thursday, the 25th March, till after the Annual Meeting. G. F. BLAKE, Chairman of Directors. Welifield, New-road, March, 1897. GILBERT HOUSE SCHOOL, LLANELLY. THE NEW QUARTER commences on MONDAY. Next, the 29th inst., when New Pupils will be received. Miss PÁLVBR begs to intimate to Parents that the School will be carried on in the future upon the same lines as in the past, under the management of Miss Pattie Palmer, and fill assistant teacher. LLANGENDEIRNE. A GRAND EISTEDDFOD Will be held in a Spacious Pavilion at the above place on MONDAY, AUGUST 2nd, 1897 (BANK HOLIDAY). CHIEF CHORAL COMPETITION (to Choirs not under 70), Ffarwel i ti, Gymru Fad (Dr. Parry), £ 20, 2ND CHORAL COMPETITION (to Choirs not under 35), Dyddiau Dyu sydd fel Glaswelltyn (T. Davies), X-5. MALK VOICE COMPETITION (to Parties not under 30), Wyr Pliilistia" (D. Jenkins, Mus. B&c.). 94. MUSICAL ADJUDICATOR Mr. DAVID JENKINS, Mus. BAC. CONDUCTOR MABON, M.P. Programmes shortly (lid. by Post), from the See.- Mr. LEWIS, Board School, Llangeudeirne MARKET HALL, LLANELL Y. THE LLANELLY CHORAL SOCIETY WILL GIVE A PUBLIC REHEARSAL & CONCERT AT THE ADOVB HALL On Friday, 2nd of April, 1897; When they will render the pieces for the CHIEF CHORAL COMPETITION AT THE TONYPANDY EISTEDDFOD, To be held on the following Monday. Reserved Seats, 2s. First Seats, Is. Second Seats, 6d. Doors open at 7. To commence at 8 o'clock. W. T. PHILLIPS, Hon. Sec. BURRY PORT. A GRAND EISTEDDFOD Will be held at the above place on WHIT MONDAY NEXT, JUNE 7th, 1897. CHIEF CHORAL COMPETITION, eot less than 80 voices, "Ffarwel i ti, Gymru Fad" (Dr. Parry). Prize, JE20 and Chair. MALB VOICIl COMPETITION, Crusaders" (Dan Protberoe), not less than 40 veices. Prize, 910 and Gold Medal. CHORAL COMPETITION, Pwy sydd fel yr Arglwydd (T. Davies). Prize, C5 and Silver Medal. ADJUDICATORS :— Music JOHN PRICE, Rhymuey. Poetry, Conductor, &c. Rev. G, PENAR; GRIFFITHS, Pentre-estyll. Secretaries JNO. ROWLANDS, Brynygroes. ARTHUR GOWER, A.C., Pencoed. Treasurer J. G. FINDLAY. Programmes, ld. each per Post, lid. LLANELLY CRICKET CLUB- A FANCY DRESS BALL. Under the auspices of the above clab, will be held at the ATHENJEUM HALL, LLANELLY, ON Friday Evening, April 23rd, 1897 FANCY DRESS OPTIONAL. RULLEY'S BAND. f i:- Tickets (including light refreshments) Lady and C,-entleman, XI Is. Extra Lady, 7s. 6d. Single Gentleman, 1;1. Is. Applications for tickets to be made on or before April 17th, to the Hon. Sec., R. H. LINN, GreenBeIds, Llaneliy. CAE COLLIERY, MARBLE HALL, LLANELLY. TO BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND OTHERS. Sale of Building Materials. ~1,|"R. DAVID FRANCIS has received instructions ill to SEL by PUBLIC AUCTION, on the above Premises, ou FRIDAY, APRIL 16th, at 3 o'clock in the atternoon, the DISUSED BUILDINGS, &c., comprising Engine Houses, Boiler House, Stack, &c. Lots will be arranged to suit purchasers. Further particulars may be had of the AUCTIONEER, 16, West End, or of D. WILLIAMS REES, Solicitor, Llaneilv. Wellfield.-No. 56, New Road, LLANELLY, IMPORTANT SALE OF FURNITURE &r, MR. DAVID FRANCIS has received instructions l to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, as above, on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13tb and 14th, 1897, the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, BOOKS, &c. Sale to commence each day at, 11 o'clock. Goods on view on Monday, April 12th, from 12 to 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Catalogues may be had a week prior to Sale oil ap- plication to the Auctioneer. 16. West End, 16. West End, TERMS—CASH. Llanelly. LLANELLY. SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. SN. POWELL will SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION So on FRIDAY, APRIL 2nd. 1897, at the CAR- DIGAN ARMS, MARINE STREET, LLANE1LY, at 6.30 p.m. (subject to such conditions as shall be produced or read), the following valuable LEASEHOLD PROPERTY, namely:— Lot 1.—All those two desirable and conveniently arranged Dwelling-houses, being Nos. 7 and 8, Charles Street, Seaside, Llanelly, in the respective occupa- tions of Mr. Dd. Thomas, Miss Eliza Perks, and lVIr. Thomas John, one beiug let at 4s. a week, and the other 5s. a week, the landlord paying rates and taxes. Lot 1 is held under an Indenture of Lease for aJl unexpired term of 35 years at an annual ground rent of X2. Lot 2.—All that splendidly built and admirable Dwelling-house, being No. 34, Catherine Street East, Seaside, Lianelly, in the occupation of Dir. David Arnold at the weekly rent of 4s; landlord payiug rates and taxes. This lot is held under an Indedture of Lease for all unexpired term of 56- £ years at the annual ground rent of X-1. For further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEER 3, Park Street, Llanelly, or to FRED NELSON POWELL, Solicitor, Llanelly*