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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Castle Colliery is now on stop owing to the men claiming concessions. Try Pegler's Extras Flour 2/6 per score. The extensions at. the St. David's Tinplate Co's. works at Loughor are proceeding apace. The new stack is in the course of erection,, and has already reached a good height. Steamship Booking Office for all Lines—Mr. J. Vaughan Evans, next door to the Post Office. 6842 The Mynydd Mawr Railway Company are discussing the advisability of running passen- ger trains between Llanelly and Cross Hands If this is effected, it will prove a boon to the residents of Cross Hands and the neighbour- I ing villages. RA.O.R-The prize drawing in connection with the. above order, held in the David John Lodge, Kidwelly, on May 10th, resulted in the following being the winning numbers 179, 264, 271, 301, 357, 550, 553, 611, 705. 706, 758, 820, 835, 1058, 1101, 1121, 1235, 1242, 1273. 1282, 1295. Pegler's Stores for Patent Medicines. The Mountain Colliery, Gorseinon, which was offered for sale by auction recently has been, disposed of by private treaty to the Gellihir Colliery Company, in which Messrs. Richard Thomas and Co., Swansea and Llan- elly, are largely interested. The purchase price is stated to be about. £ 26,000. DANIEL EVANS, Lakefleld Place, Shipping Agent for all principal lines to all parts of the world. 3867 At a meeting of the Quinine Bitters Co, held at Mincing Lane- on Thursday last, a dividend at the rate of 10 per cent. was de- clared for the hali year ending 31st Maxell, which, with the interim dividend at the rate of 5 per cent, declared in October last, was equal to a dividend of n per cent. per annum. Support local effort and keep your money in the town by joining tlie Llanelly and District Plate Glass Insurance. Society. Join now, and get a full year's I)oil,iis.W. David, Secretary, Old Town Hall Chambers, Llanelly. 4073 At the meeting of the County Licensing Committee held at Carmarthen, the licence granted by the Licensing Justices to Mr. John Walters, of the. Station Pharmacy, Burry Port, on the 5th of April last, to sell medica- I ted wines, was confirmed. Mr. F. N. Powell appeared for the applicant, and Mr. D. R Ed- munds for the licensed victuallers. MADAME ZIPPIA, the well-known Diplo- I med Palmist, holds Private Consultations daily. Arcade, Llanelly. Hours, 11 to 10. Satisfaction guaranteed. Fee, Is. only. 4'247 It will be learned with gratification by the friends of Mr. Jack Lewis, Lammas Street, Carmarthen, who was formerly employed at Nevill's Foundry, Llanelly, that at an exami- nation held recently at Southampton he se- cured the Second Class Engineer's Certifi- cate of the Board of Trade Mr. Lewis, who holds a good position under the Royal Mail i Company, will shortly go on a voyage to China. It is a curious fact that the steam- ship on which he is employed has only just been christened Carmarthenshire." D. Mansel date of Golden Fleece) has opened at Cowell Street and Market Entrance, with a new stock of Drapery and Millinery Goods. On Saturday last Mrs Jones, mother of Mrs Evan Jones, Glenalla, College Hill, embarked at Liverpool on the R.M S. Maurteania for New York, en route for Spokane, Washing- ton, on a visit to her sister, who for many years has settled down in the far-off West. Mrs. Jones was accompanied by Mr. Evan Jones, who had the privilege of going on I board and inspecting the Atlantic leviathan. Mr. W. H. Roberts, Penyfon Street, New tek, sailed in the Union Castle R.M.S. Briton from Southamnton for Cape Town. I Among the many friends who saw him off at the station was his brother, Mr. Roberts, schoolmaster. Mr Roberts goes out to his brother, who is doing well in the Transvaal, being in the engineering de-oartmc-nt of the Krugcrsdorp Gold Mines. These passengers were. booked to their destinations by Mr. J. Vaughan Evans, Cowell Street. WELSH FIELD CO. R.E.-Orders for week ending May 26th, 1909. Orderly officer, 2nd- Lieut. H. E. Trubsliaw; orderly sergeant, Sergt. T. Lloyd; orderly corporal, Corpl. T. -Phillips. Friday, 21st, Issue of belts, frogs, and pouches, 7 to 8 p in.; all members who are not in possession must attend. Saturday, 22nd, Examination for Proficiency Certifi- cates by the Adjutant (mounted and dismoun- ted); parade at 2 p.m. irompt (uniform, ser- vice dress). Sunday, 23rd, Church parade; parade at headquarters at 9.45 a.m. (uniform, Church Parade Order, waist belts only(. On return from Church, presentation of long ser- vice and good conduct medal to Sergt.-Major A. Brown, R.E. Tuesday, 25th. Company drill, mounted and dismounted, 7 45 p.m. (ser- vice dress). Wednesday, 26th, Engineering drill at Engineering Ground. 7 to 8 and 8 to 9 p.m.; drivers parade at same timei with sap- pers (uniform, service dress). A Brown, se^gt.-maorjor, R.E., for O.C. Welsh Field Co. R.E.


Llanelly Prize Choir.I

The Tinplate Trade.I

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