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Founded 1850. To-day this Firm undoubtedly stands in the front rank of the Furnishers. of the Kingdom. WESTERN MAIL. BEVAN & COMPANY, LIMITED, Llanelly, Swansea, Cardiff, to In order to Celebrate the Completion of their SIXTY YEARS' Successful Trading, are now holding an IMMENSE COMMEMORATION SALE OF FURNITURE, Bedsteads, Bedding, Carpets, Floor Cloths, Linoleums, Hearth Rugs, Pianos. Organs, Sideboards, Cabinets, Suites, &c., &c. Dmine thin huge Sale the whole of their vast Stocks in their various Branches will be Reduced to prices never before heard of, thus affording- purchasers the opportunity of securing the Reliable Goods of this well-known Firm very considerably under value 7B74 DELIVERY FREE UP TO 200 MILES ADVERTISING CHARGES. I Parliamentary Notices Is. per line per insertion i Government Announcemn'ts 9d. II « ¡ Legal and Public Notices 5 Municipal & School Board 6,1. 0 j Tenders and Contracts J Auction Advertisements 4d. „ j Freehold and Leasehold Pro- perty Sales u f Lectures & Entertainments 2s. 6d. per iDCh., I Religious Services 2s, 6d. per inch., j PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS, I 15 words, one insertion, 6d. three insertions, 13. 20 words, one insertion, 8d three insertions, Is. 4d. 30 words, one insertion, Is. three insertions, 2s. ¡ Educational. ) — TYPEWRITING and DUPLICATING neatly and promptly executed by competent operators at ¡ the Arcade School of Shorthand.—For further parti- culars apply at the School, Arcade Chambers, Llan- elly. 759S BE TAUGHT BY EXPERTS I IN Shorthand, Typewriting, Book-keeping, Office JL routine, and Languages at the Arcade School I of Shorthand, kc. Situations found for com- petent pupils.-Apyly Roland P. Thomas, 26, Gilbert Road, or at the Arcade, Llanelly. j Wanted. I ROYAL London Mutual Insurance 80eiety, Ltd t? Established 1861—contracting Life, Fire, House-  Purchase Business—are desirous of appointing i additional Full or Spare-time AGENTS at Llanelly, Llangennech, Burry Port. Tumble, and the Gwen- draeth Valley. Small book at Llanelly vacant, Ex- cellent terms.-Apply Superintendent, 1, Alban Road, Llanelly. 7673 WANTED, a Good Strong APPRENTICE — | W Apply Samuel BaU, Plumoer, Lloyd Street, Llanelly. 7649 PIANOFORTE TUNING and Repairing in all its JL branches by thoroughly competent and experienced London Tuners, who visit all parts regularly. Charges strictly moderate.—Apply at Thompson & Shackell, Ltd.. 60, Stepney Street. Llanelly. Houses, &c., To Let. CILFIG. That very desirable residence with motor garage, large garden and grounds with entrance j from Old Road and New Road.—Apply Evan Thomas, Murray Street, Llanelly. 7665 0 FFICES to Let. No. I, Frederick Street, Llsn- elly.-For particulars apply on premises. 7490 TO LET, THREE-STALL STABLE. Store Room above Large Yard at back of 14 Frou Terrace.— Apply John Hughes, 1 Mina Street. 7477 LONDON HOUSE.—This Old-established SHOP JLj to Let.—Al>ply» Evan Davies ,& Co., Castle Buildings. 6643 TO LET, HOUSE and SHOP at Gathen Terrace, TAlso several HOUSES for Sale.—Apply T. P. Jones, South Wales Stores. 6398 TO LET, 2, Goring Road, LIaoeMy; Bathroom, Th. and c., &c.-Apply to W. David, Auctioneer, ate., Old Town Hall Chambers, Llanelly. 4332 UILDING SITES TO LET at Havard Road, .0 leading from Llygad-yr-ych to Dafen; con- venient to Llanelly. Water supply.; no borough rates; Urge Gardens; reasonable terms. Also at Capel.- Apply W. J. Rees, Uplands, or J. E. Burnell, sur. veyor, 2, Frederick Street, Llanelly, 1607 For Sale. FOR SALE, moUSE; weH-buitt; uicdy situated; FNew Road.-Apply G. Mercer, Builder, LI?n''ny. 7688 FOR immediate Sale, owing to iU-bodtU. FREE- FHOLD SHOP, with House a?oiniog. combined frontage 33 feet, best, position at Pontyates, rwpidly increasing district.—Apply Beynon, Windsor House, Pontyates. 7679 FOR SALE, Practically New, Double-horse VAN JT i Weight, 10 Cwt.). to carry 30 Cwt. also Black HORSE, 16 Hands to be Sold Cheap.-Apply D. d., Mercury Office, Llanelly. 7645 LARGE STOCK of Overmanties, Cabinets, Side- boards, etc at Wholesal- Price for Cash. Quality and Workmanship Guaranteed. Apply Agent. cro Mercury." 7646 FINE TONE 'CELLO with Bow, in perfect r condition, £ 2 10s. thorough bargain,-Bowen, Pawnbroker, Llanelly. 7658 OR SALE, TAPESTRY SUITE, qual to new, by FWaritig, Liverpool cost £ 18 18s sacrifice for SIO.-Apply E. G.. Mercury," Llanelly. 7431 FOR SALE, Two Semi-detached HOUSES, Good FBav View; situate at Elgin Road, FwU.- Apply Thomas Evans & Son, Builders, Pwll 7261 FOR SALE, or to Let, at Marble Hail Road, .f Freehold or Leasehold HOUSES.-Apply, J. Charles, Marble Hall Yard. 8805 101A DUNLOP, Palmer, Clincher Tyres; also Covers, 3;3, guaranteed Air Tubes, with valves, 2/3 each Wheels, Free-Wheels, Pedals, Chains, Sfddles, &c. Special lists free 1910 Goods.— W. A. Gorton, Manufacturer, Wolverhampton. 7427 BEAUTIFUL Walnut Pianofot, full trichord, Bebeck action, iron frame, briHiaat tone; usu.? price 33 guineas, now reduced to 28 guineas, at 14s. per month. Several others quite as cheap. For farther particulars apply at Messrs. Thompson and Bhaekell's Pianoforte Warehouse, LUiielly. ni GUINEAS at 10?i. 6d. per month. New Rose- ?"t wood Pianoforte, handsome design, check Action, trichord warranted London make, Inspec- tion invited.-Thompsori & Shackell, Ltd., Stepney ftreet. Lost apd Found. j LOST, AIREDALE BITCH, answering name JLj Vic," detainer prosecuted.- Dickeus, Clothier. 7684 LOST, a GOLD BROOCH between Ty'rfran and I JLj E* nglish Wesleyan Ch-pti, West End The fioder will be suitably rewarded upon his Lringiug it to the Mercury Offices. 7698 Money. j MONEY Lent rivaly, jEiOto?JCOO. ?K' rfpay £ 11 5s. £ 20, ?2 lUs.; £ 30. £ 33 5s., t5O, JE56 5. These terms are for short periods Loans for 3, 6, 9 and 12 months can be arranged, and interest { charged proportionately. Call or wri te to the well- known Financier. —WOOLFE JACKSON, 25 Tudor Road, Cardiff. 7644 M ONEY-EI5,900 to be invested on Freehold and Leasehold property at 3i, 4 and 5 per cent. interest on large or small amounts to suit intending mortgagors.—H. Greenwood, 1, Frederick Street, Llan. eily. Miscellaneous Notices. I T)AL M ISTRY. — By particular request, daring X Madame Linda's indisposition, Prof. Liuda will be in attendance daily, 11 to ID.-Castle Buildings, Llanelly. Fees from Is. 767b W. J. THOMAS, Watchmaker and Jeweller, 6, PARK STREET, LLANELLY. THE NOTED HOUSE FOR WEDDING, KEEPER & DIAMOND RINGS. Kaf3' Large Stock of WATCHES, CLOCKS, and JEWELLERY of every description. REPAIRS of all kinds executed by Practical Men. Read the following TESTIMONIALS IN PRAISE OF W. J. THOMAS' PLATE SOLUTION. Aelybryn, Llanelly, September 4tb, 1909. MRS. TRUBSHAW begs to say that she has used your Plate Solution, and is greatly pleased with it. She finds it much superior to anything else she has ever used. Bank House, Llanelly, August 21st, 1909. MRS. W. GRIFFITHS has great' pleasure in highly recommending Mr. Thomas' Plate Solution for cleaning Silver, etc. It is highly effective and lasting. Cleans instantly as New-Gold, Silver, Electro-plate Goods, Gilt Goods, etc., with one application. The most Wonderful Preparation on the Market. Ftall Directions with each Bottle. Prices: 6d., 1 /-»1 /6 & 2/- per Bottle. Obtainable only from- W. J. THOMAS, Watchmaker and Jewellerg 6, PARK STREET, LLANELLY. Preswylfa, Llanelly. I MRS. JENKIN LLOYD has much pleasure in testifying to the excel- lency of Mr. W. J. Thomas' Plate Solution for speedy and effective cleaning of both Plate and Silver articles, and the brilliancy of its polish surpasses any other she had used. 107, County Rd., Liverpool, January 3rd, 1910. DEAR SIR,- Kindly send per re- turn a Dozen Bottles of your Plate Solution same as last supplied. We have been using your Plate Solution for some time and are very well pleased with it. As it has given better results with less labour than any other preparation we have for- merly used, and we have pleasure in recommending it.—Yours truly, SOCIETE D'HpRLOGERIE INTER- NATIONALE R. E. STEWART, Agent. Mr. E. TEW (10 YEARS WITH THE LATE MR. MACPHAIL) SUPPLIES ARTIFICIAL TEETH. Perfect for Mastication and Articulation. American Teeth, Gold Fillings, Porcelain Crowns. TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN. FILLINGS OF EVERY KIND-GOLD, PLATINUM, SILVER ALLOY, PORCELAIN & CEMENT. Attendance—Every Thursday at Mr. Gascokj-ne's, Stationer, 22, Market Street. ■ CROSSWELLS CARDIFF BREWERY, LTD., THE BREWERY, ELY, NR. CARDIFF, Have obtained the only Medal awarded to WELSH BREWED FLAGON ALES at the BREWERS' EXHIBITION, 1909. Finest Wines ana Spirits. Single Bottle at Wholesale Prices. PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION. LocaL Agency 9, Market Street, Llanelly. 7457 13, VAUGHAN STREET. Two Special Features This Week: NEW BLOUSES (these New Styles are very Attractive, all Well Cut and Finished), and NEW Ready-to-Wear HATS (Every Hat shown is correct in every detail). i ■ A POINT worthy of notice is the exceptional value which we are offering in the aboue. I L. W-. ADAMS & CO. NAT. TEL, 154. 7168 LLANELLY TRADESMEN'S I Horse Show & Parade AT ste/ADEY. On WHIT-MONDAY, MAY 16th, 1910 CLASSES FOR ALL TRADES. Open & Local Horse Racing & Trotting SINGLE HARNESS PRIVATE TURN-OUTS. CLASS for YEOMANRY and ENGINEERS.. Special Class (Open to Wales) for MOUNTED POLICE. Upwards of £ 200 & Cups in Prizes. ENTRIES CLOSE MAY 9th, 1910. Schedules, now ready, may be had from- 7692 DAVIDSON THOMAS, Sec., Inkerman Street. I PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. I SOAR CHAPEL, Llwynhendy. ,I A Grand I' ORGAN RECITAL AND ¡ Miscellaneous Concert I Will be given at the above place On Saturday Evening, May 21st, 1910. I D. H, JENKINS, Hon. See.. 7531 Tanygraig, Bynea. .¡' DRILL HALL, BURRY PORT. THIRD ANNUAL EISTEDDFOD I Whit-Monday, May 16th, 1910. MIXED CHOIR, Btodeuyn Bach wyf B _p < ? m'ewn Gardd Prize. rt -t 0 Silver-monuted Baton to successful Conductor, and 10s. 6d. to each unsuccessful Conductor. JUVENILE CHOIR, Cwsg, f' anwylyd,  Cwsg" (D. W. LEWIS). Pnze. ?.0 Silver-mounted Baton to successful Conductor, and 10s. 6d. to each unsuccessful Conductor. OPEN CHAMPION, Prize X3 3s., and handsome Silver Cup. Solos, Champions, Recitations, &c. Adjudicators Music. Messrs. WILLIAM THOMAS, Treorchy, and W. T. SAMUEL, Cardiff; Literature, Meliufab," Llwynhendy. Programmes Id., Post Free lid., from— I Sec., WM. GRIFFITHS, Bank House, Burry Port. Treasurer, R. T. HAMMOND, Pemberton Avenue, 7392 Burry Port. TABERNACLE CHAPEL, Llwynhendy. A Grand Performance of the CANTATA- "Footprints of the Saviour" Will be given at the above place with a MISCELLANEOUS CONCERT ON Satubday, April 30TH, 1910. ARTISTES: Soprano-Miss BLODWEN HOPKINS, Llangennech Contralto Miss RACHEL JONES, Ammanford I Tenor Mr. TOM BONNELL, Penfre (Winner at the London National Eisteddfod). h Bass JMr. ANEURIN MORRIS, Lougbor (Just returned from au American Tour). ADMISSION—Reserved Seats (numbered), 2s. 6d. First Seats, Is. 6d.; Second Seats, is. 7694 CAPEL NEWYDD (C,M.) CHAPEL. I A BAZAAR AND SALE OF WORK In aid of the Renovation Fund, will be held at CWMHACH BUILDINGS, LLANELLY ON TUESDAY, APRIL 26th, 1910. The Bazaar will be opened at 2.30 p.m. by Miss Catherine Davies, M.A. ADMISSION ONE SHILLING. After 5 p.m., SIXPENCE. 7672 PICTUREDROME, ATHENiEUM HALL. Sole Lessee T. H, SAMUEL, Manager W, H. PARKINSON. 7 & 9. TWICE NIGHTLY. 7 & 9. LEADING PICTURES FOR THURS- DAY, FRIDAY, & SATURDAY. DRAMATIC— 1776. Circumstantial Evidence, Baron's Daughter. Comedy and Tragedy. Judge Not. EDUCATIONAL— Lemon Growing in Sicily. comic- Black and White. Dancing Tabloids. Oh, what a Surprise! POPULAR PRICES 9d., 6d„ 3d. SPECIAL MATINEE TUESDAY 5 o'clock, SATURDAY 2 ifc 4 o'clock. Admission, Id. and 2d. SPECIAL PROGRAMME for SUNDAY CONCERT at 8 o'clock. 7675 WELSII NATIONAL Agricultural Sholt The above SHOW will be held at LLANELLY ON Bank Holiday and TuesdaYt AUGUST 1st and 2nd, 1910. Persons having Apartments to Let arf requested to send in their names to- RHYS W. HARRY, 7651 40, New Road, Llanelly. Welsh National. Agricultural i ShoW. IN view of the visit of the above Show to LIanellt _L a LIST OF APARTMENTS is being made off aud any Pe'sons having ROOMS TO LET I requested to send in particulars to- j R. W. HARRY, I 7687 40, New Road, Llanelly* G.W.R. EXCURSION TO LONDON. SATURDAY NIGHT, APRIL 30. TO LONDON for 2. 4, 6 or 9 DAYS .—  dep 2.DAYS FAt? Carmarthen .10-54 p.m. Î HaneUy .It-40  SWANSEA (HigbSt.).t2-Omidn't ?? Neath ,12-35 a.m. IX/ Port Talbot .12.5" ( Paddington arrive 5-45 For details, see bills or send postcard to Stations of Offices. Swansea Station 'Phone Central 100 Telegrams, Rees, Great Western, Swansea." 7685 JAMES C. lNous, General Managet. THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT, 1838 t51 and 52 Vict., c. 41). THE LUNACY ACT, 1890 (53 Vict., c. 5). NOTICE OF AUDIT. THE MIDLAND COUNTIES AUDIT DISTRICT. To the County Council for the County of Carmarthen and to J. W. NICHOLAS, Eqre., Clerk of the said Council, and Clerk of the Peace for the County of Carmarthen. ————  THE UNDERSIGNED, the District Auditor Š I 9 the above-named Audit District, HEREBY 01"lo NOTICE, that 1 have appointed the AUDI* OF? THE ACCOUNTS of the above-named C°" £ Council, and of the County Treasurer, An d other Officers of such Council, for the year ended the ?l<:<- day of March last, to commence on W EON BSP th the 18th oay ot MAY, 1910. at 2 30 o'clock 10 the' Afternoon, at the Offices wf the Carmarthen cou: Council, when and where you, the said Clerk-of 1 said County Council, and also the several other Ofticecb of such Council who are bound to account tt ? Audit, are &ever&My required to attend. &nd P? ? all Books of Account, Bills, Accounts, Vouchers, n(| other documents containing or relating to the Account then to be audited in the custody or power of e?" person respectively. And as to the Account directed by Section 22^0 the Lunacy Act, 1890, to be kept by you, the said Clef of the Peace, of thHe, EREBY GIVE YOU, the Clerk of the pe8c NOT1C. that I have appointed the AUUlT 00' YOUR ACCOUNT, as aforesaid, for the year ended the 31st day of March last to commence on WEDNEO' DAY, the 18th day of MAY, 1910, at 2 30 o'clock '0 the Afternoon, at the Offices of the County Council, when and where you, the said Ole' It, of the Peace, are required to attend and produce $'I Books of Account, Bills, Accounts, Vouchers. aDfe other documents containing or relating to the AcCOU" then to be audited in your custody or power. Dated the lith day of April, 1910. (Signed), ALFRED W. DOLBY, 7676 District Auditot. Llanelly School of Art, Under the Regulations of the Board of Education South Kensington, COLESHILL TERRACE, LLANELL1 DAY CLASSES- Tuesday and Thursday morning, 10 to 12.30. II Thursday afternoon, 2 30 to 4,30. EVENING CLASSES- Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 7 to 9. SATURDAY EVENING—Life Class 6 to 8. Pupils may join at any time on application School during the time above mentioned. 7663 J. JAMES, HOUSEHOLD AND GENERAL IRONMONGER, Vaughan Street, Llauellf THE HOUSE FOR VALUE IN Travelling Trunks & Bags- OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. SEE WINDOWS. Bedsteads and Beddings- A SPECIALITY. A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF ELECTRO-PLATED GOODS AND CUTLERY SUITABLE FOR WEBDINQ PRESENTS?