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ADVERTISING CHARGES. PtMfHamectary Notices Is. per line per insertion BcvenuneBt Announcements 9d. ,< Logal amd Public Notices } Monicipai and School Board >6d. „ Tenders and Contracts J AacHoB Advertisements 4d. <, Fteehold and Leasehold Pro- perty Sales 6d. „ Religions Services t Lectures and Entertain- 2s. 6d. per inch „ ments J Wanted. TT'ARM SERVANT.—A Good, useful MAN Jf SERVANT Wanted at once.—JoNES, Cefn, LI*neI!y. ir?RESSMAKING.—WANTED. a good BODICE _L? HAND; I've outdoors.—Apply RANDEM. AND SONS, London House, LlaneDy. TXTANTED,agood, strong GENERAL SERVANT. V- able to undertake the whole of household duties. Muet be fond of children.—Apply J., MER- CURY OBice. W ANTED, a LOCK-UP SHOP in a central part W of the town.—Apply W., the oBEce of this paper. Lost. TT OST, on March 25t;b, from Llwvnwhilwg Fawr i? Farm. a Light Brown COLLIE DOG white band round neck. Answers to the name of Bob. fiuder rewarded on returning same to R. J. ARTHUR, Swansea-road. Detainer prosecuted. Found. tj'OUND—Velinvoel Trespassers on Cae Jumping r will be Prosecuted. TpOUND. Cheapest TEA in Town—MAZAWATTE JL TEA, Is. 6d. per ib. Agent—Psimps, Thomas- ttree! Idiscellaneous. ?iTONEY LENT to any amount; easy repayments j?'JL taken. Private Inquiry Agent.-Apply "G, OSce, 9, Brynmor-road, Haneily. To Let. rr?OLET. HOUSE and SHOP at Cornish P!a.ce. TNew Dock, Liitneiiy.—Apply to Mr. EvANS, 4, Cornish Place. ?TT?O LET, with immediate possession, at the exceed- JL ingly modfrate rent of ;jE55 per annum, a Superior Semi-detached VILLA RESIDENCE in New Road, Llanelly, commandine: pretty and extensive views tf Carmarthen Biiy, the Gower Coast, and Stradey Park. The house is a. commodious one, and possesses every modern convenience. At the hack tue Stables, Ceach-houses, and a htrge Garden. For further par- ticulars apply to W. BucKLMY RODERICK, Solictor, LIaneHy. nn0 BE LET. a very Commodious HOUSE, being JL No. 18, New Road. There is every modern con- venience, including bath room, with hot and cold water. Rent, -S31 per annum. Immediate possession ean be obtained.—For further particulars and to view, apply to Rev. Et/VET LEWIS, CaeSair. L!anel]y, or to Mr. GEORGE BLAKK, Stradey Estate Ageut. -T'0 LET. DWELLING HOUSE and GARDEN J. known as Capel Ucha.f.—Appiy on the Premises D?ILDING LAND TO LET at Cape:, near Box BSouth aspect, fronting m'"in road. Good Garden Ground no Borough Rates. Water MMn laid on favourable terms.—Apply W. J. REES, Gelly House. For Sale. TTOR Besb SEED POTATOES go to PniLLips & J[* Co., Thomas Street. T)EST Lot in Town of Home-cured WELSH HAMS J[) and BACON at W. J. PHILLIPS, Grocer, Ma.rine- ttreet, L!aneHy. TDEST SEED BARLEY and OATS.—PHiLMrs, JD Thomas Street. ? REAT Preparations for Best HOT X BUNS. GMilliOlIS.-PIEEII.1,]PS & Co. T?OR SALE, a Good BICYCLE, not worse than new. JT Cushion Tyre. Wiit t?ke JE6 for it.-Apply Box 8, MERCURY Of&Re. TDURE CREAMERY BUTTER, Is. per Ib. Can JL not be equalled.—W. PHiLH?s, Thou:)as Street. ?REAMERY BUTTER. Is. per Ib.—D. C. PARRY, \J Stepney Street. __H- To Builders and Contractors. RJL ENDERS are invited for REBUILDING and TEXTENDING Libanus Independent Chapel, PwII, near LIaaeHy. Flans aiid öpecifil!'l.tiol1s may i)( seen at Mr. D. L. Jones, Architect, West End, LIa,nei!y, and sealed tenders, endorsed Chapel Contr:)ct." to be sent on or before April 10th, 1897, to the Rev. W. G. JONES. The Cotamittee do not bind themse!ves to accept the lowest or any tender. THE Llallelly Entire Hcrss Show Ssdety WILL HOLD THMIR 25TH ANNUAL SHOW AT THK STRADEY FOOTBALL FIELD. LLANELLY, ON Thursday, the 8th of April, 1897 AT ONE O'CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON, I When Prizes to the amount of ;E21 will be awarded for the best Eutire Carters, Hackneys a:id Cobs. For pa.rticn'iars and coi)(iitioloR, Rppiy S. N. POWELL, Auctioneer, 6, Park Street, Llaucliy. BETHLEHEM, PWLL. CYXEUR Gwyl De Ffynyddo! YN Y CAFEL UCnOD Llun y Pa.sg, Ebrill 19eg, 1897. Te ar y byrddau am 3 o'f gloch, a. chysgherdd ma.wr- eddog yu yr hwyr. Dewch, tngoHon tref LIaneIIi, Ac o'r cy\cboe(ld dewch yn Hu, I fwyahau y wiedd a.f!derchog A ddarperir ge!lym ni Dewch, a choSwch a,m y cynghcrdd, Nid oes car.u ,well y" hod Nag a geiryn Methl'e'M enwog, 1\'1ae 3ru cyrhaedd uchel 1\0(1. pwlL. LLEcnyAB. LIJArEL\LY CRICKET CLUB. A FANCY DRESS BALL Under the auspices of the a.bove club, wi!l be heid at the j ATEEN.-EU:M HALL, L-LANELLY, ON Friday Evening, April 23rd, 1897 FANCY DRESS OPTIONAL. HULLEY S BAND. Tickets (including light refrehmrnts) Lady and Gentleman, £1 Is. Ext,ra Lady, .f. U. Smgle GentlMDan..Sl T.s AppHcatiocs fo.r tickets to be made cu or .Net.ore I' April 17tb, to the Hon. Sec., R. H. LINN, G.rccr.'Mc's, LIane!!y. I CAMBRIA CYCLE CO., LTD., LATE JOHN S. BROWN. WARNING TO THE PUBLIC! Beware of Small Cycle Agents who state they are able to supply Cycles of any make. The CAMBRIA CYCLE CO. hold the Sole Agencies for HUMBERS ENFIELDS RALEIGHS RAPIDS QUADRANTS RAGLANS PREMIERS ROVERS OSMONDS RUDGE- HUDSONS WHITWORTHS CAMBRIAS SINGERS &0. Therefore, beg to Caution the Public that any of the High Grade Machines bought from other agents cannot be guaranteed by the Makers. The CAMBRIA CYCLE CO. are prepared to give RIDING LESSONS, Free of Charge, at their Spacious Riding School, and will also take old machines in exchange. MT M A CHINES ON II IRE. REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. Pneumatics from R6. ) Cushions from 30s. Second-hand Denances (Equal to New) from X3 to X4. f?ATWTC?T?T A f?W?T ?AJMLJBJKIA ?X?IjT-E7n f??f<L? ? LTD., LATE JOHN S. BROWN, MARKET STREET, LLANELLY. THE CELEBRATED C.B. Corsets. In Black and Slate. ? W ? ) (T,? L/ S?n??)???'? j''M' ?? 'C".?\?. ???M???\ ?? ?? ??? 2/11 and 3/6 WILLIAIVIS99 "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, 13, STEPNEY STREET, LLANELLY. WAREHOUSES—MINCING LANE. SPECIAL SHOW OF THE SEASON'S NOVELTIES TO-DAY (Thursday), FRIDAY, SATURDAY, and MONDAY. DAVID EVANS Desires to announce his return from the London and Leading Markets with a Large and Exceptionally Good Assortment of Capes, Mantles, Jackets, Dress Materials, French and English Millinery, Fancy Goods, Trimmings, &c. HIGH-CLASS AND RELIABLE PRODUCTIONS AT MOST REASONABLE PRICES. Bradford House & Stepney House STEPNEY STREET, LLANELLY. A GREAT IMPROVEMENT. NEW FURNISHING BUSINESS FOR LLANELLY. The Only Practical Furnisher in the Town. W. 0.EVANS, HOUSEHOLD & GENERAL FURNISHER, Begs to inform tlÜr'Public of Llanelly and District, that he has acquired the Shop at the corner of Cowell and Murray Streets (lately occupied as County Court OStces), which he e 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 Ctistomers would do well to reserve their purchases until W. 0. 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, Bouquets, and ail Floral Designs at Shortest Notice, Elegantly Made. ORDERS BOOKED NOW FOR PALM SUNDAY. NURSERIES AT FWLL, 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 J.lt'(llGal and other high authorities for their purity and dietetic qualities. ?f?? TUTTlTl??TTJ? isA A ±lAA ?JM/LT±T3?j'Tipj±'D?C! ? ¡GUINEA 10" 3 Acknowledged to be the Best Value in the Market. WINES and SPIRITS of the Finest Quality and at standard strength only. MARGRAVE BROS., LLANELLY. Stepney Arms Hotel. To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, without reserve. T by S. N. POWELL, at the yard of the above. on THURSDAY, APRIL Stb, 1897, a. COMPLETE TURN OUT, viz :—COB, about 14-2; Four.Wbeel oTn URN OUT, HARNESS. PHAETON and HARNESS. Sale at half-past Twelve o'clock noon. Terms—Cash. Wellfield.-No. 56, New Road, LLANELLY, IMPORTANT SALE OF FURNITURE &(-, DftJ?L R. DAVID FRANCIS has received instructions I to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, as above, on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13th and 14th, 1397, the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, BOOKS, &c. Sale to commence each day at 11 o'clock. Goods on view on Monday, April 13th, from 12 to 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Catalogues may be had a week prior to Sale on ap- plication to the Auctioneer. TERMS—CASH. 16. West End, Llanelly. CAE COLLIERY, MARBLE HALL, LLANELLY. TO BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND OTHERS. Sale of Building Materials. mrR. DAVID FRANCIS hm received instructions IVA to SELL bv PUBLIC AUCTION, on the above Premises, on THURSDAY, APRIL 15th, at 3 o'clock in the atternoon, the DISUSED BUILDINGS, &o., comprising Engine Houses, Boiler House, Stack, &c. Lots will be arranged to suit purchasers. Further particulars m::y be had of the AUCTIONEER, 16, West End, or of D. WILLIAMS REES, Solicitor, Hanelly. LLMEHY GAS LIGHT COMPANY. Incorporated 1835. Re-incorporated 1874. Half-Yearly Ordinary Meeting. T?OTICE is hereby given, that the Half-yearly IN Ordinary Meeting of the Shareholders of this Company will be held at their OSces, No. 4, Murray Street, Hauelly, on Tuesday, the 27th day of April, 1897, at Twelve o'clock noon precisely, to receive the Report of the Directors and the Account" duly audited for the Half-year ended December 31st, 1896, to declare Dividends for the same period and for the transaction of all business at such Meetings authorised, and in accordance with the terms of the Llanelly Gas Act, 1874. Tile Transfer Books of the Company will be closed on Saturday, the 34th iostant, and be re-opened im- mediately after the Meeting. By Order, ARTHUR D. DAVIES, Chairman. FRANK G. VIVIAN, Secretary. April 7th, 1897. Llanelly and Mynydd Mawr Railway. 1?? JOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the ANNUAL IN MEETING of SHAREHOLDERS will be held t 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 appomt two Directors. General. The Transfer Books of the Company will be Closed on Thursday, the 25th March, till after the Annual Meeting. G. F. BLAKE, Chairman of Directors. Wel!Se!d, New-road, March, 1897. NOTICE TO FARMERS & CATTLE FEEDERS. MAIZE At 8s. per sack of 240 Ibs. W. KNOYJLE, COWELL STREET. LATE STEPNEY STREET. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. EASTER HOLIDAYS. TTXCURSIONS will leave LLANELLY (G.W.R.) Station as uuder:— WEDNESDAY, APRIL M. 2.5 p.m.—To BELFAST, Armagh, EnuisMIen, Giaot/s Causeway, &o., for 16 da.ys or less. THURSDAY, APRIL 15. 11.35 a. m.—To BRISTOL, Gloucester, and Chelten- ham for 6 days. 11.35 a.m.—To Reading and LONDON for 5. 6, 7, or 8 days, and to EASTBOURNE, Hastings, Brighton, &c., for 12 days or less. 5.20p.m.—To CARLISLE, Dumfries, EDINBURGH, '61asg(,w, &c., for 16 days or le, THURSDAY & SATURDAY. APRIL 15 & 17. Ordinary Trains.—To ABERYSTWITH for 8 days or less. 10.30 &.m.—To SURE NSBURY, Llangollen, Bala, Chester, Liverpool, Manchester, Ruy!, Liandndno, &c., for 8 days or less, a,ud to Birmingham, Wolver- ha.mptou, to return April 30, 21, or 22. GOOD FMD&Tr.—jD.a.'? TBIPS. 7.30 a.m.—To Derwydd Road, Hnndilc, and LIan- dovery. 9.50 a.m.—To SWANSEA. SATURDAY NIGBT, APRIL i7. 9.25 p.n.rfo LONDON for 2. 4, or 5 da.ys, and to EASTBOURNE, Hastings, Brighton, &:c., for K days or jess. EASTER MONDAY.—DJ5.-? TRIPS. 7.50. 9.10 :).m., 12.50 and 2.0 p.m.—To SWANSEA (Football). 8.15 t)..m.—To Mtounta.m Ash. 8.15 :u)d 11-5 a.m.—To Derwydd Road, Lla.udilo, Liang&dock (Races), und LlH.udovery. 8.25 n.tn.—To Pembroke Dock and Teuby. 9.20 a.m —To Hn.verfordwest, New and Old Mtlford. GOOD FRIDAY. In additiou to the usual Sunday service of trains, SPECIALS. caiUug at all intermediate stations, wiH leave LLANELLY at 7.25 a.m. for L!a,ndovt.-ry, an'1 LLANDOVERY at 6.50 p.m. for LIaneHy (to connect with the 6.30 p.m. mat]. New Milford to Paddrngton). EASTER SUNDAY. T l ,(, from LI, The 6.55 :i.m. from LLANELLY to Ha,ndi!o will he EXTENDED to Handovery, a,uù a train will leave Daudovery at 4.0 p.m. for Lia.'idiio and conncc'l with tbe 4.45 p.m. from LLANDILO to LLANELLY. These tmiuswill caB at all intermediate EASTER MONDAY. The 11.5 .?..m., LLANELLY to L!andi!o, wIU be EXTENDED to Llaridovery. A SPECIAL wiil le&ve NEW MILFORD at 7.15 D.m. for Newport, nud a tra.in in coimectio:! will be ran from LLANDOVERY to Llanelly. For fait p&rticnlars, WEEK END BOOKINGS, EXCURSIONS irom Ferryside. Kidwdly. Pembrey, Handovefy, LIaugu.dock, Llaudiio, PautyNynon, Pontard ulais, Loughor, Gowertou, &c.. see bills a.ad pamphlet. J. L, IVILKINSON. J. L. W1LEINSON. Genera.! Mausger.