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1863. To Serve Mares this Season, at 25s. each, "YOUNG WINDSOR IIERO)" Color, Dark Bay, 16j hands high. Ire will attend CARMARTHEN every SATURDAY, and travel the neighbourhood during the week. Futther particulars may be had on applying to Mr. D. H THOMAS, Ruabmoor, St. Clears. 1863. AT BERTHLWYD, NEAR CARDIGAN. H O S P O D A R," (Bred by Lord Scarborough), will Serve this Season. Thorough-bred Marcs, 5 Guineas Half-bred Mares, 3 Guineas, and on. to the Groom. HOSPODAJl is a Dark Chesnut, stands 15 hands -Ll 3 inches high, on short legs, with rare action. He is by liftman Piatoff, Sire of Cossack (winner of the Derby), out of Infidelity, by Voltaire, Sire of Voltigeur. Hospodar obtained the First Prize at the Cleveland Agricultural Society's Show, as the best Thorough-bred Stallion for getting Hunters (11 competitors). and also (December 1862) at Lord Tredegar's Annual Show of Stock, held at Newport, Monmouthshire, the Silver Cup, value 10 Guineas, was awarded to him, beating Clapham (by Stockweli), Sir Peter Laurie, &c. Grass for Mares :-Barren, 5s.; Mares and Foals, 7s. per week. Cards, with further particulars, performance, &c., will be sent on application. He will attend at Carmarthen, Newcastle-Emlyn, Cardi- gan, Haverfordwest, and Pembroke. CARMARTHENSHIRE. SALE OF VALUABLE TIMBER. MR. R. LLOYD JONES has been favoured j?i. with instructions to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the HALF Moox HOTEL, in the Town of Carmarthen, on SATURDAY, MABCH 28th, 1863, at 2 o'clock, p.m., in Two Lots, the following valuable TREES — LOT I.-About 430 OAK, ASH, and other TREES, now standing and growing in the Wood called CNWCYGARN, on BEAULIEU-FAWR Farm, in the Parish of Llangun- nor. LOT 2.-About 300 OAK, ALDER, and other TREES, now standing and growing in the Wood called ALLTY- WERN, on the same Farm of BEAULIEU-FAWR Tbs Timber is within two miles of the Carmarthen Junc- tion of the South Wales Railway, with good roads there- to. The Timber will be shown by the Tenant of Beaulieu- fawr, and further information may be obtained of Messrs. JOXES and BARKER, Solicitors, Quay-street, or of the Auc- tioneer, at his Offices, 3, Guildhall-square, Carmarthen. Carmarthen, March 3rd, 1863. CARMARTHENSHIRE. Important to Timber Merchants, Colliery Proprie- tors, Contractors, Farmers, and others. Important Sale of Oak Timber Trees, Ooppice Wood, Poles, Cordivood, 4-c. MR. GEO. GOODE has received instructions to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, on SATURDAY, the 11th day of APRIL, 1863, at th' Boar's Head Hotel, Carmarthen, at 2 o'clock in the Afternoon, the undermen- tioned Lots of valuable OAK TIMBER TREES, strong OAK POLES, and COPPICE WOOD, &c. Lot 1. -All the Oak Timber Trees, marked with white paint, and all the string Oak Poles, without any mark, now standing and crowing in ALLTYRHENDAI GROVE, in the Parish of Llanllawddog, in the above County. Lot 2.-A large quantity of the Oak Tim' er Trees, marked with white paint, and a considerable quantity of the strong Oak Poles, without any mark, now standing and growing in ALLTYFELIN GROVE, in the said Parish and County. Lot 3. All the Remaining Part of the Oak Timber Trees, markeJ with white paint, and the remaining strong Oak Poles, without any mark, in the ALLTYFELIN GROVE N B. -The Vendor reserves all the Oak Trees and P iles marked with wuite paint, and all Ash, Sycamore, Alder, and other Trees, (except the Oak), in the above-mentioned Groves. Lot 4.-About 25 Acres of strong Coppice Wood now standing and growing in CEFNYCLYN GROVE, suitable for Colliery and Mineral purposes. The turnpike-road leading from Carmarthen to Lampeter is about a mile from the Woods, whiettare distant about five miles from the Bronwydd Station on the Carmarthen and Cardigan Railway. The Woodward will shew the Tinubor, on application at the Stag and Pheasant, and for further particulars apply to Mr. George Goode, at his Offices, Quay-street, Carmarthen. r- Carmarthen, 12th March, 1863.

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