JOHN DAVIES, MALTSTER, TY'NYCWM, NEAR LLANSA WET., BEGS to return his most sincere thanks to his J) customers and friends, for the kind patronage he has received from them since be has commenced business, and also to inform them that ha has taken the very large and commodious Malthouses, &c., of T. Williams, Esq., Bridge- street, LUndilo (who is retiring from bminesa) and intends after Michaelmas next to carry on business at that place as Mtltft'i, Brewer, Hop, Seed, and Porter Merchant, and trusts that, by endeavouring to produce genuine articles, he will receive a share of public patronage. TO FAMILIES. PURE WINES AND SPIRITS, At No. 19, Queen-street, Carmarthen, The New Premises to which J. H. SMITH AND C., (Formerly Tardrew and Smith, Medical and Chemical Hall King-street), Chemists and Druggists, Wine and Spirit Merchants, Hop and Seed Merchants, have recently REMOVED. Agents for—The Royal Insurance Company, Horniman's Pure Tea, Cassell's Choice Coffees, Ridley's Antioorrosion Paint, The London Manure Company, And Henri's Horse and Cattle Food. NEW WINTER VETCHES. FURNISHED COTTAGE TO LET, T Y'N-Y-P ARK, j TO BE LET, and entered upon at Michaelmas JL next, the nicely.furnished Cottage of TY'N-Y-PARK, | together with the Grounds and prolific Garden attached. It is situated near the Turnpike Road leading from Borth to Aberystwith, and close to the Railway Station of LLn* fihangel, about 2 miles from the celebrated Borth Sands," and 5 miles from Aberystwith. The premises command a fine view of the Sea and the Vale of Llanfihangel, and would be found to be a most eligible taking for a family desirous of a residence within eaay distances for Sea- bathing, combined with Town and Country advantages. Particulars to be had from Mr. JAMES JENKINS, Solicitor, Peterwell, Lampeter. August 23rd, 1864. THE ISLANDS FARM, GUMFRESTON, NEAR TENBY. 286 Acres, in One or Two Farms. TO BE LET, with immediate possession. No -< L one need apply who cannot command sufficient oapital. References required. Landlord will advanoe money for draining, &c.—Apply, by letter, to W. H. HOOPER, Esq., Solicitor, Tenby. THE LLANDYSSIL NEW MONTHLY MARKET. MAJOR LEWES, Llysnewydd, President. Rev. T. LLOYD, Gilfachwen, Vice-President. Mr. RBES THQMAS, Criborfawr, Treasurer. THIS Market will be held in this town every -)L Third Tuesday in each Month, to commence on the 18th instant, when various prizes will be offered by the Society, to the owners of Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, &c., ex- hibited on the said day, according to handbiDs. J. D, THOMAS. Secretary. Llandyssil, October ard, 1864. AN OLD-ESTABLISHED INN, "THE ANGEL, CARDIGAN. TO BE LET, and entered upon at Michaelmas, JL 1864, all that Old-established Inn, called THE ANGEL, situated in one of the best streets in Cardigan, with the Yard, which has a front Carriage Entrance, capital Walled-Garden, overlooking the far-famed River Tivy, so celebrated for its Salmon and Trout; Stables, Coach-house, and other suitable Out-buildings and Offices, and now in the occupation of Mrs. Perrott. The above is the second Inn in the Town, and has always been doing an excellent business. It is also well adapted for a private and genteel residence. Cardigan is a Seaport, and a very improving, Town it is within 18 miles of the Carmarthen and Cardigan Railway Station at Llandyssil, and within the like distance of the Narberth Road Station on the South Wales Railway, to both of which Stations, Coaches run to and fro daily, and the Carmarthen and Cardigan Railway is to run from Llandyssil through Newcastle-Emlyn into the Town in a short period, and the Act for that extension has been already obtained. For further particulars apply to Mr. THOMAS DAVIES, Solicitor, Cudigao, and Mr. BENJAMIN EVANS, Solicitor, Ne wcastle-E m ly n. Cardigan, September 7, 1864. WALES.—NEAR ABERYSTWITH. Within a few minutes' walk of Glan Dovey Station. TO BE LET, for a term or by the year, JL well and handsomely furnished, Y N Y S H I R HOUSE, beautifully situated on the estuary of the Dovey, eontaining Hall and Three Reception Rooms, eleven Bedrooms, capital Stable, Coach-house, Walled Garden, good supply of water, and four acres of Meadow Land, with right of shooting ovei upwards of a 1000 acres of wild and varied sporting, with excellent fishing. The House will be vacant the first week in November, but the right of shooting can be obtained immediately. Fox-hounds and Harriers hunt the neigh- bourhood. For real, Ac., apply to W. S. CREALOCK, Esq., Laura Place, Aberystwith. CARMARTHENSHIRE TURNPIKE ROADS. TOLLS TO LET. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a Special Meeting of the Carmarthenshire County Roads Board, will be held at the SHIRE HALL, on WEDNESDAY, the 26tb day of OCTOBER next, at 12 o'clock at noon, for the purpose of LETTING TO FARM THE TOLLS arising at the several Gates and Bars within this county, for One Year, commencing the First Day of January next; the nid Tolls will be pat up by Auction in the following Lots, subject to such conditions as will be then and there pro- duced, wis. CARMARTHEN DISTRICT, comprising the several Gates or Bars, called Aberarad, Alltywalis, Cenarth, Cwm- duad, Francis Well, Glangwilly, Pentre, Red Roses, Royal Oak, Twelly Bridge, and Water-street, if the same shall be or continue standing, and such other Gates or Bars as shall be erected in this District. THREE COMMOTTS DISTRICT, comprising the several Gates or Bars called Bankffosfelen, Carmarthen Bridge, Castellyrbingill, Cwmfelin, Ffairfach, Gwilly Bridge, Kid- welly, Llandafan, Llondilo-rhwnws Bridge, Llanelly Fur- nace, Llanon, Llanfihangel Aberbythich, Minke, Pontyeats, Portbyrhyd, Sandy, Spudder's Bridge, Troedyrbi illJgoch, Tyryfrao, and Velinvoel, if the same shall be or continue standing, and such other Gates or Bars as shall be erected in this District. LLANDOVERY DISTRICT, comprising the several Gates or Bar*, called Abermarlais, Brvnlloi, llwlchcefnsarth, Carregsawdde, Cowslip, Cwmann, Esgaircelyn, Ffynnon j saer, Gurreyfach, Llandebie, Llanfairarybryn, Llwyn-jack Ford, New Inn. Pentre Davies, Suspension Bridge, and Walk, if the same shall be or continue standing, and such other Gates or Bars as shall be erected in this District. The best Bidder for each Lot must at the same time pay one month's rent in advance, and be prepared to give Se- curity with two sufficient and responsible Sureties, to be then and there m attendance to be approved of by the Board or their Clerk, for the payment of the rent monthly, in advance, or as may be directed, and subject to the conditions of Letting to be there produced. The Bidding of any Person indebted to the Board will not be accepted. By Order, GEORGE SPURRELL, Clerk to the said Board. King-street, Carmarthen, Sept. 19ib, 1864. CARMARTHEN MARKETS, SLAUGHTER- HOUSES, AND QUAY DUES, &c. MR. MORRIS, EVANS, Auctioneer, will Let BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the GUILDHALL, CAR- MAKTHEN, on WEDNESDAY, the 26th day of OCTOBER inst., (immediately after the Letting of the Tolls of the Carmar- thensbire Turnpike Roads, advertized to take place at 12 o'clock at noon), lor one year, commencing on the 1st January next:— LOT I.—All the Rents, Tolls, and Stallage arising from the Carmarthen Provision Markets, comprising upwards of 70 Butohers' Shops & Stalls, a Fish Market, covered Stand- ings for the sale of manufactured goods, and ample Stalls, and Ranges for the Sale of Corn, Poultry, Vegetables, Fruits, and other produce, together with the tolls of the Woolroom. Also the Tolls and Dues arising from the extensive Cattle Market and Slaughter-houses erected near the Pro»ision Market. These Tolls, &c., are payable under Act of Par- liament, giving ample power to enforce the recovery thereof and to prevent the sale of marketable produce elsewhere than within the Market LOT 2 —The Quay and Landing Dues, and thole of the Crane and Weighing Maohine, near the Custom House. The Conditions of Letting will be read on the day of Sale, and may be seen, with the Table of Tolls and the Rules and Bye Laws, at the Town Cleik's OSce. Any Bidder for Lot 1, may as a security for good faith be required by the Town Clerk, previous to his bidding D> ing accepted, to deposit with him the sum of £20, which will oe forfeited to the Corporation in case such bidder shall not comply with the Conditions of Letting. The Renter of Lot 1 wilt be required to pay the Rent monthly in advance throughout the year, the first payment to be made on the first day of January next, and also to find an approved Surety or Sureties in the sum of £300 for payment of the Rent and compliance with the Rules of the Market and the Conditions of Letting. The Renter of Lot 2 will De required to find a surety for the pa) ment of the Rent quarterly. Further particulars may bo had on application to MR. GEORGE THOMAS, Town Clerk, Carmarthen Town C.rrk's Officp, Carmarthen, WANTED, a GROOM & COACHMAN. A Mar- V ried man, who thoroughly understands the man- agement of Hunters. Apply at WELSHMAN OFFICE, Carmarthen. BAY COB FOR SALE. FOR SALE, a strong, serviceable BAY COB. J[- 14 hands, rising 6 years, will ride or drive. Price, JE12 Apply at the WELSHMAN Office. Valuable Freehold Dwelling-house and Premises, Guildhall-Square, Carmarthen. MR. R. LLOYD JONES is instructed to offer iVJL for SALE by AUCTION, at the HALF MOON HOTEL, Carmarthen, on SATURDAY, the 8th day of OCTOBER next. at Two o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions to be then produced, all that desirable Freehold DWELLING- HOUSE, with Garden, Stable, and Coach-house attached. situate in Guildhall-square, Carmarthen, now in the occu- pation of Mr. David Evans Lewis, as tpnant from Year to year, at the annual Rent of £ 40, the Tenant paying the rates and taxes. The House, which is in ood repair, stands in the best situation in the Town of Carmarthen, and contains excellent Cellars underneath, with Parlour, Breakfast Room, and Kitchen on the Ground Floor; Two Bedrooms, large Drawing-room,'and China Closet on the'First Floor; Three Bedrooms and Dressing-room on the Second Floor, and dry Attics. Application'to view"may be to the Tenant, on the I premises, and further particulars may be obtained of the Auctioneer,^and.of^Mr. JOHN H. BARKER, Solicitor, Car- martben. martben. WHITLAND ABBEY I • —— In the Parish of Llangany Carmarthenshire. Very Important Sale of Live Stock, Crops of Corn and Hay, Implements of Husbandry, Dairy and Brewing Utensils, Household Furniture, &c. MR. DAVID REES begs to announce that -he has iVJL been favoured with instructions from the HON W. H. YELVERTON, to SELL by AUCTION, without reserve, at thebove place, on FRrrHY th 14h of OCTOBEII next, all the viluahle STOCK, CROPS of CORN and HAY, Imple ments of Husbandry, Dairy and Brewing Utensils, House- hold Furniture, and other effect*. The STOCK consists of 18 very superior Milch Cows, of the Ayrshire,"Durham, and'Hereford breeds, 1 two year old Shorthorn Bull, 10 excellrnt two year old in-Calf Heifers, 13 Calves of the same breed, 8"powerful Cart Horses, 1 excel- lent Carriage Horse, quiet in harness, 1 four year old Horse, by" Conf< ssor," which is a sood Roadster. 2 two year old Colts, by the sams Horse. 100 Sheep and Lambs of thn pure Southdown, 15 Bacon and Store Pigs; 9 Stacks of Wheat, Barley, and Oats, about 30 Tons of well saved Hay, 10 Acres of Turnips andMangolds. The Implements comprise 4 Scotch Carts, nearly new, 4 Iron Ploughs, 5 Iron Harrows, 1 Thrashing Machine, Winnowing Machine, excellent Carriage, Set of Double Har- ness, Dogcart, nearly npw, Set of Single Harness; Dairy and Brewing Utensils, Cheese Presses, Tubs, Churns, &c., &c and a quantity of useful Household Funiture. Refresrneuts on the Table at half-past 11 o'clock!; the Sale to commence punctually at One o'clock thej whole must be soldjn one day. Long Credit on approved security. Catalogues are now preparing, and may be obtained at the principal Hotels in Carmarthen, Narberth, and Haverford- west. and of the Auctioneer, at Lan, near Mydrim. The Auctioneer begs to oall especial attention to the quality of the Stock for sale, which cannot be surpassed in the Principality. Lan, Mydrim, September 17th, 1864. CARMARTHENSHIRE. SALE OF THE PWLLYWHEAD ESTATE- MESSRS. GOODE & OWEN will offer for iTi. SALE by AUCTION, at the FARMER'S ARMS INN, WaIrLAND, on TUESDAY, 25th OCTOBER, 1864. at One for Two o'Clock precisely, the highly important and very valuable Estate of PWLLYWHEAD, situate in the parishes of Lanzan and Llanboidy, corn- prising the Farm-House, Yard, Garden, and Out-Buildings of Pwlly^head, the good F rm-House, and Offices, called BRYNBANK. the FARMER'S ARMS INN, in the Village of Whitland. and about Three Hundred and Twenty-Two Acres of very rich MEADOW & PASTURE LAND, including thriving Plantations. The PWLLYWHEAD ESTATE is situate about 200 yards from the Whitland Station of the South Wales Railway, in the midst of a very rich Agricultural district, and sur. rounded by scenery of unsurpassed beauty. It has direct Rail and Road communication with all the principal Towns and Harbours of South Wales. The proposed Railway from Tenby to Whitland (for which an Aot of Parliament hils been obtained, and whiob will be immediately commenced), will make the Whitland Junction an increasingly important position, and will afford direct communication to the Towns of Narberth, Tenby, Pembroke, and Pembroke-Dock, on the south side of the far-famed Milford Haven. Very valuable Building Sites exist along the road leading from Narberth to Carmarthen, which runs near to, and parallel with the South Wales Railway for nearly half a mile. To the Capitalist as an investment it stands pre-eminent, while to the Country Gentlemen its advantageous situation, in the midst of a well watered, wooded, and fertile district, renders it a most delightful position for a residence. It affords every kind of sports, such as Fox Hunting, Shooting, and Fishing. The Lands up to last December, and for a long period were let as Dairy Farms to respectable Yearly Tenants at a Rental amounting to about £750 per annum, the Landlord paying Tithes, Rates, and Taxes. The Estate will be offered in One Lot, and if not sold, in Seven Lots, as described in the Particulars of Sale. Plans and Particulars;:are in course of:preparation, and may be obtained ot Mr. W. H. OWEN, Solicitor, Narberth of Messrs. GOODE & OWEN. Estate Agents and Valuers, Haverfordwest; Dr. BENJAMIN THOMAS, Llanelly or of Mr. JOHN GRIFFITHS, Woodfield, Narberth. SALES BY MR. ^WALTER LLOYD. SALE OF COWS, PHAETON, &c. MR. WALTER LLOYD will SELL by AUC- 1. TION, in the CARMARTHEN CATTLE MARKET, on SATURDAY, the 8th day of OCTOBER next, at 2 p.m., three COWS, and a BULL CALF (8 months old), all of tiie Short- horn breed. Also a first-class PHEATON, nearly new, by Ward, of Swansea, CARRIAGE HARNESS, Gentleman and Lady's SADDLES. BRIDLES, &c.; together with some HORSE CLOTHING, in good condition, the pro perty of a gentleman who has no further use for them. Three Mouths' Credit will be given. Mydrim, 28th September. CARMARTHENSHIRE. VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE FOR SALE. TR. WALTER LLOYD has been favored with ItJL instructions from the Trustees of the late SAMUEL TARDREW, ESQ" to offer for SALE BY AUCTION, at the BOAR'S HEAD HOTEL, Carmarthen, (subject to Condi- tions of Sale), on SATURDAY, the 22ad day of OCTOBER, 1864, at Two o'clock pin., all that very desirable Property called the FFYNNON LLWYD ESTATE, containing by admeasurement (including roadi J 292a. Or. 20p. LOT 1. — WAUN ISAF, otherwise WAIN KELLY NEWIDD, containing byadwelisuremeut la. 2r. 5p. of rich productive Meadow Land. N.B.—If the above should not be sold as a single Lot, it will be offered for sale with Lot 5. LOT 2 -Alllhat Messuage, Tenement, and Lands called the FARMER'S ARMS, comprising a good Dwelling-house Stable, Cow-house, and other Oifices, and containing by admeasurement 32a. Or. 17p. of good Arable, Pasture, and Wood Land. LOT 3.—All that capital Pasture Field called PARK T1R- CALCH, containing by admeasurement lOa. Or 30p. LOT 4.-Atl those Fields and Lands, with a Cottage and Garden, called LAND WR, and containing by admeasure- ment 57a. Or. 35p., of good Pasture, Meadow, Arable, and Wood Land. The Trustees have been informed by several competent persons that there is every prospect of a very valuable SLATE QUARRY being u;der this Lot. LOT 5.-All ttiat very excellent Farm and Lands called FFYNON LLWYD, comprising a substantial built Farm House, with convenient Farm Buildings, recently built, Two Cottages and Garden, and very productive Meadow, Pasture, Arable, and Wood Land. Total acreage of Land and Build- ings, 187a, Or. 37p. All the foregoing Five Lots are let to very respeotable per- sons as Tenanta from year to year. There are several Plantations of Larch of considerable extent; also a number of Ornamental and other Trees in Lots 2, 4, and 5 these have been valued by the Auctioneer, and a separate sum apportioned upon each Lot as the price thereof to be paid by the Purchaser or Purchasers in addi- tion to the purchase money, which sums will be stated at the time of the sale. The Vendors reserve to themselves the right to offer Lots 2, 3, 4, and 5 in One Lot, and if not not sold, then in separate Lots, as above. This Estate is pleasantly situated on the side of the road leading from Saint Clear's to Llanboidy, and is within three miles of the Saint Clear's Station on the South Wales Rail- way. Most of the Land has a Southern aspect, is all within a ring fence, exceedingly compact, plentifully watered, and well stocked with Game. The excellent shooting, fishing, and field sports around, together with the well arranged belts and clumps of Plantations and Ornamental Trees, and beiug situated in a neighbourhood that commands extensive and delightful views, all combine to make the Estate eligible for building a Gentleman's Residence. Such an oppor- tunity rarely occuts. The celebrated Pack of Fox hounds, belonging to W. R. H. Powell, Esq., of Maesgwynne, hunt the immediate neigh- bourhood. P ttrticulars, with Plans of the Estate, are in course of pre paration, and may be had on and after Saturday, the 24th day of September instant, of Mr. Thomas George, No. 33, Blue-street, Carmarthen of the Auctioneer, at his Offices, at Carmarthen and Mydrim; and also of MR. RICHARD GARDNOR, Solicitor, Carmarthen. Carmarthen, Sppt. 3rd, 1S61. CARMARTHENSHIRE. MEsSRS. DAVIES & GRIFFITHS will SELL r by AUCTION, at the CAWDOR ARMS HOTEL, LLAX. DIDO, on SATURDAY, 22nd of OCTOBER inst., at 4 o'Clock in the Afternoon (subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall be then and there produced), all those THREE MESSUAGES or D WELLING-HOUSES, with "the Ap- purtenances thereto, situate on the Bank, in the Town of Llandilo, and now in the several occupations of John Richards, Griffith Edwards, and Elizabeth Thomas, or their undertenants. The Tenants will shew the Premises, and for further par- ticulars apply to DAVID Low PRICE, E<q Solicitor, l'alley and Llandilo. Talley, Oct. 3rd, 1864. CARMARTHENSHIRE. MESSRS. JOHN DAVIES and THOMAS GRIFFITHS beg respectfully to announce that they have received instructors to SELL by AUCTION, on SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 22, 1834, at 2 o'clock in the After- noon (subject to Con litions of Sale to be thnn and there produced), at the CAWDOR ARMS HOTEL, LLANDILO, the undermentioned FREEHOLD PROPERTY, In Four Lots, viz.: — LOT 1. — All that valuable Freehold Farm, called PISTILLGWYN, situate in the parish of Talley, comprising a recently-built commodious Farm-House, Barn, Carthouse and Store-room over, Stable, Cowhouse, and Pigstiei, all substantially built, slated and in good repair, and 63A. 2.a. 2p., of good Meadow, Pasture, and Arable Lind, lying compactly together an I bounded by lauds of Sir James Drummond, Bart., and Wyndham Lewis, Esq. PISTILLGWYN is within about seven miles of the Market Town of Llandilo, and within about two miles of the pro- jected Llandilo and Lampeter Railway, and in the occupa- tion of Irs Esther Davies, yearly tenant. LOT 2,-AIL that desirable Freehold Messuage and Lands, called BANK LLANFIHANGEL, situate-in the parish of Talley, and within 7 miles of LUndilo, comprising 6A.. Op. 24p., of rich Pasture and Meadow Land, with convenient Dwelling-house, Workshop, Cowhouse, and Pigsty, in good repair, surrounded by lands of Sir James Drummond, Bart and in the occupation of Mr. David Thomas, yearly tenant. LOT 3.-AIL that improvable Freehold Farm, including Timber, cilled CWMMAWR. situate in the parish of Llan- sadwrn, within saven miles of Llandilo, and within a mile of the Llandilo and Latnpet'jr Turnpike Road, and the same distance of the projected railw-iy to Lampeter, and probable Station at the Cross R18d to Llansadsvrn and C\vmdu, com- prising 49A. 2R 23P. of good Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land, bounded in great part by lauds of David Jones, Esq., M P., and in the occupation of Mr Morgan Griffiths, yearly tenant. LOT 4.-AIl that improvable and valuable Freehold Sheep and Stock Firm called BRYNGrWYN, otherwise tiRYNGWYNBACH, situate in the parish of Llansidwrn, comprising a most commodious Farm House, "fery can- venient and extensive farmery all slated, substintially built buildings in goad repair, and 7OA. 2A. 4p. of dry Pasture, Arable, and Meadow land, adjoining Lot 3, and otherwise bounded by lands of Henry F 'ley, Esq, Abermirlais Park, and James Morgan, E<q Llandovery; Bryngvvyn is in the occupation of Mr David Price, yearly tenant.. Further particulars may be obtained of Messrs. POTTER J and KNIGHT, Solicitors, Manchester; J. P. LEWIS, E-q, Solicitor, Llandilo; of the Auctioneers; and of Mr E. J. GRIFFITHS, Land Surveyor, Berthhvyd, Llandilo, at who-e Odioe Maps of the Farms may be seen, and the Tenants will shew their respective Farms. Berthlwyd, September 22nd, 1834. CARMARTHENSHIRE, VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM FOR SALE MR. J. HOWELL THOMAS has received in- 1. structions to SELL by AUCTION, at the Ivy BusH HOTEL. Carmarthen, on SATURDAY, the 29th day of OCTOBER, 1864, at half-past Two o'clock in the afternoon, the very desirable and highly improvable FARM, known 48 "LLETfYCARY," otherwise LLETTYCAIllAD," situate in the parish of Llandefeiloi, about Two miles from the Town of Carmarthen, and One mile from the Carmar- then Junction Railway Station, containing by admeasure- rnent33A. 2R 3lr" or thereabouts, of excellent Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Lind, in the occupation of the pro- prietor, Mr David White. I The above Farm possesses substantial Buildings, some of which have been recently c/ect.'d, is well supplied with water, has good roads, and presents a favourable site for buiLJiug a residence. Lime and Co1 can be obtained in the immediate vicinity, and at a s nail outlay this compact Property may be very greatly improved. Full particulars may be had of the AUCTIONEER, at his Offices in Carmruthen anJ Llandilo. Estate Agency Offices, Nott Square, Carmarthen, 5th October, 1864. GOGERDDAN, NEAR ABERYSTWITH. Important Sale of Extra Live Stock, Horses, Stallions, Blood Stock, Guernsey, Alderney and other Cows, Fat Stock, Black and Store Stock, Fat Pigs, Im- plements, Swedes, and Potatoes, well-harvested Hay, &c., &c. M. R. G. T. SMITH has been honoured with 1 instructions from PRYSE PRYSE, Esq., to otf?r for SALE by AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, the 2nd and 3rd days of NOVEMBER, 1361, at 1 o'clock precisely each day, at the FARM 13UILDIXGS at GoGEttDDAtf, a laqe anI very *alu-ible assortment of LIVS & DEAD STOCK. GROWING CROPS, & IMPLEMENTS of HUSBANDRY, comprising 2 Guernsey, I Alderney, and 4 other Cows, all in-calf; 14 Fat Oxen, principally Herefords; 13Devonsaa Store Stock; 7 Black Steers and Heifers; 5 Fat P'gs; a fine pair of Carriage Horses, quiet 10 double and single harness; several other Horses aud Stallions, including Sambo," Bellhan^er," Blue Pill," &o., &e. THE YOUXG STCK will include 6 Fillies and Colts of excellent pedigree; and 3 capital Cart Horses will also be offered. THE IMPLEMENTS consist of 1 Corn Drill to sow 10Trow, by Garrett & Co.; 1 Horse Hoe to ditto; lurnip Drill to sow manure with the seed, all by the same maker a Liquid Manure Cart, by M mro, of Bristol; a Box art; a very superior Sawing Machine, and Cnaff:i-itter. Of the GROWING CROP 460 Drills of SWEDES, and a large quantity of POTATOES, and Two Ricks of well- harvested HAY, which is to be seen at C IVfficynfehn, and specimens of which will be produced at the Sale. The owner will make one bid for the Stallioos and Sawing Machine, but upon no other lot, and Credit for lhree Months will be given on all purchases above £5, upon lip. proved Security. The first day's Sale will comprise the Live Stock, &0., and the Implements and Growing Crops, &c., will be sold on the second day. Tne AUCTIONEER respectfully begs to call the attention of Breeders, Dealers, and Agriculturists, to this moat Sale, as the Stock and other articles comprised therein are of the finest description, and the CtiWe of the most ape proved breeds in the Principality, the whole offering an opportunity to purchasers seldom to be met with., Catalogues describing each lot will be ready HI a f" days, and may be had of tbe Auctioneer, and at the prin- cipal Hotels in the neighbourhood. Luncheon wiil be on the table at 12 o'clock precisely, and the Sale to commence at One. Gogerddan is within a few minutes' walk of the Boiv-street Station of the Cambrian Railway. BRECKNOCKSHIRE. CAMDEN FARM, T R E C A S T L E. Important Sale of 80 head of pure Hereford Cattle, Horses, Ponies, and Sheep. MR. R. M. JONES and Mr. THOMAS i?i. THOMAS 'lave received instructions from Mr DAVID JEFFREYS, to SELL by AUCTION, at the above place, on TUESDAY, the 11th day of OCTOBER next, the well bred and first class FARMING STOCK; consisting of 12 Cows in 10 two year old Heifers in-calf (by a celebrated Bull bred by the late Mr REA, of Mcoaughty, which can be seen the day of the Sale), 2 Cows with Calves, 10 one year old Heiiers, 14 three year old Fat Steers, 6 two year old ditto, 14 Yearling Steers, 6 Steer Calves, 3 Bull Calves, &c. 25 Mountain Ponies, of various colours; 200 Fat Wethers, 2.50 Ewes, kept to Leicester Rams, 50 Lambs; and several Riding and Cart Horsbs. Six Months' Credit on approved security. Luncheon on the Table at 11 o'clock Sale to commence at 12 o'clock precisely. LLANDOVERY. Valuable Freehold Property for Sale. MR. REES AUGUSTUS, will SELL by AUC- TION, at the CASTLE HOTEL, LLANDOVERY, on SATURDAY, the 22nd day OF OCTOBER, 1864, at Two o'clock in the afternoon, the several Messuages, Dwelling Houses, Farms, and Linds, comprised in tae following Lots: LOT 1. —All that Dwelling house, Yard, and Premises, called the CHANCELLOR'S HEAD, situate in High Street, in the town^of Llandovery, in the occupation of Mr John Thomas, at the yearly rent of £ 7. LOT 2.—All that Messuage Dwelling House, or Public House, called the STAR and GARTER, with yard, stable, outhouses thereunto belonging, situate in High Street, afore- said, in the occupation of Mr ftjes Roderick, at the yearly rent of £13, Lor 3.—All that site of a Messuage or Dwelling House, formerly GEORGE the FOURTH, situate in Hi&h Street aforesaid. LOT 4.—All that Messuage Tenement Farm and Vmds PWLLUCHAF, containing 87A. 3R. 2or., situate in the parish of Llywell, in the county of Brecon, and in the occu- pation of Thomas Thomas, at the low rent yearly rent of £2.5, under an agreement of which there are two years unexpired. There is a valuable right of common belonging to this Farm. LOT 5,-All that Messuage or Tenement Farm and Lands called CLOSE, otherwise TYRYCLOSE, situate in the parish of Llywell aforesaid, containing 110A. Ou. r in the occupation of Rees Roderick, as tenant from year to year, at the low yearly rent of £51. There is also a valuable right of common belonging to the Trecastle Mountain This Farm will be intersected by the intended Railway from Llnndovery to Senny Bridge. Further particulars may be obtained by applying to Mr REES AUGUSTUS, the Auctioneer, or to Messrs. MORGAN and EVANS, Solicitors, Llandovery, and the promises will be shown by te Tpnant8. Llandovery, Sept. 21st, 1861. | TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. WAN TED, a Respectable YOUTH as an W Apprentice o the General Drapery Trade. Apply to Mr John Lewis, Guildhall-square, Carmarthen. LAUGHARNE, CARMARTHENSHIRE. FARMS TO LET. 0 BE LET, with immediate possession, X EYNON'S DO >VN, about 80 Acres; THE HILLS, 68 Acres. The Premises are convenient ani in repair, plenty of water, and well adapted for Sheep and Cattle. This advertisement will not be repeated. Apply (if by letter post-paid), H. W., Post-Office, Laugharne. TO BUILDERS AND OTHERS. PERSONS wishing to Contract for carrying out JL cprtain ALTERATIONS in the House No. 53, KING j S TREET, CARMARTHEN, are requested to send in Tenders for the same to Mr. THOMAS GEORGE, No. 33, Blue-street, where the Plans and Specifications may be seen on TUESDAY and WEDNESD VY, the 11th and 12th iost. The lowest or any ether Tender will not necessarily be aceepted. (ggp ThU acloertisement will not be repeated. 6th Ootooer, 1864. CARMARTHEN STEAM PACKET COMPANY. IT is proposed to form a Limited Liability Com- -L pany for the purpose of purchasing a Steamer to trade between CARMARTHEN & BRISTOL for the special accommo- dation of the shippers in Carmarthen and its neighbour. hood. The scheme has been well received in the town and its immediate promoters invite the publi c to a meeting, which will be held in the Refreshment Room of the Carmarthen Public Rooms, on Wednesday, the 12th day of October next, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, to con- sider the necessary steps for the formation of the Com- pany. Sept. 28th, 1864. T. H. JENKINS, JEWELLER, WATCHMAKER, SILVERSMITH, & OPTICIAN, 6, Guildhall-Square, Carmarthen, IN announcing the Enlargement of his Business -L Premises, begs to inform his Friends and the Public that having added to his Stock a greater Variety of Goods than he has hitherto kept, he can now supply them with Artiales of the s,me Quilities and Prices as supplied by the London Establish meiiti, and on the same terms. An in- 's Pection of the following Stock is respectfully solicited, as it will be found worthy the attention of purchasers — £ s. (1. £ s. d. Ladies and Gentlemen's Gold Lever £ s. d. £ s, d, Watches, of the first quality, and London mak >, from 13 13 0 to 30 0 0 Silver ditto, ditto. 7 0 0 to 15 0 0 Second Qualities, f-oni 4 4 0 to 8 0 0 Gold Geneva Watches. 4 0 0 to 10 10 0 Siivr ditto 3 0 0 to 5 0 0 Lower Quatities. 1 10 0 to 2 10 0 An extensive and fashionable Stock of Jewellery, comprising j Diamond, Ruby, Emerald, and other Gem Rings, from El to £ 20; Signet Rings, from 10i to L3 3j; Fanoy ani Keeper Rittg;<. from 7s to £1 10i; Scarf Pins, from 2s to S3 33 Necklets, Bracelets, Brooches, and EAr-ririqs, set with various Gem Stones and Camoo's, from J61 to X10 10s, Lockets, Pendants, & Miniat ire Brooches, from 2s to Li 4a. Jet Ornaments aiditfourniity Jewellery. Silver Plate of guaranteed quality and best workmanship. A very large assortment of Electro-plate has been re- ceived, of every quality and price, comprising Wine Coolers, Centre Pieces, Side Dishes, Salvers, Tea and Coffee Ser- vices, Cake Baskets, Liqueur, Cruet, and Breakfast Frames, Butter Coolers. Egg Stxnds. Cream Pails, and Marmalade Stands, Toast Racks, Fish Carvers and Forks, &c., ko. Tea and Coffee Services in Electro-plate, from £3 to X12; with Kettles complete, from 96 to £ 2-5. £ s. d. £ s. d. TeaSpoons, from 0 9 Otol 8 0 per dozen. Dessert Spoons, from 0 18 Oto 2 fi 0 Ditto Forks 0 18 0 to i 6 0 Table S,t)oons 1 10 0 to 3 6 0 Ditto Forks 1 10 0 to 3 6 0 „ Gravy Spoons 0 5 0 to 0 11 0 each. Gold, Silver, anJ Steel Spec",acles, Preservers, Folders, and Eye Glasses to suit all sights Aneroid Barometers, from £ 2 2s. Thermometers, from Is. 61. to 12s., warranted, and made by L. P. Casella, London, Maker to the Admiralty. Drawing-Room and Diniog-Rooii Clocks in Ormolu, Marble, and Walnut-wood cases, from Ll 10i. t) L10 10s. Chamber Clocks, from 12s to zCl 10s. Diamonds, and Old Gold and Silver bought for Cash, or taken in exchange. 29th, September, 1861. LLANELLY RAILWAY AND DOCK COMPANY' (Swansea Lines Undertaking.) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That an i.? EXFRAORUINARY GENERAL MEETING of the Shareholders in "The Swansea Lines Undertaking" of the above Company, will be held at the Offices of the Company, No. 34. Great George-street, Westminster, on THURSDAY, the 27th day of OCTOBER instant, at One o'Clock precisely, for the purpose of considering and, if approved, of pacing !1 resolution, authorising the Directors of the Company to borrow such sum or sums of money, in respect of the Swansea Lines Undertaking, a3 the Company are authorised to bor- row, in respect of tiiat Undertaking, under the L'anelly and Dock Act, 1S33," and Tiie Llanelly Railway and Dock (Further Powers) Act, 1861," and which the Di- rectors have not been already authorised to borrow by an Order of a General Meeting of the Shareholders in the above undertaking. BY ORDER. Llanelly, 6th October, 1864. LLANELLY RAILWAY AND DOCK COMPANY- (Carmarthen Line Undertaking.) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That an i?) EXFRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING of the Shareholders, in "Toe Carmarthen Line Undertaking" of the above Company, will be held at the Offices of the Company, No. 34, Great George-street, Westmin iter, on THURSDAY, the 27th day of OCTOBER instant, at One o'Clonk precisely, for the purpose of considering and, if approved, of passing a resolution, authorising the Directors of the Company, from time to time, to borrow such sum or sums of money, in respect of the Carmarthen Line Undertaking, as the Company are authorised to borrow, in respect of that Undertaking, un ler the "Llanelly Railway (New Lines) Act 1861," the L'anetly Railway and D >ck Act, 1862," Ac:, The Llanelly Railway and DJck Act, 1833." and BY ORDER. Llanelly, 6th October, 1864. APEWED CHURCH TO THE POOR J- WORSE THAN NO CHURCH AT ALL.Niuch ba- been said about the operation of the Pew System how have you found that operate ? Answer Several of the Churcho, depending upon Pew rents have very little accommodation indeed for the poor, and the consequence is that the poor do not attend. I have often remarked that really it is worse as regards the poor only, that there is a Church, because it prevents any further exertion being made to build a Church for the poor. I do not meau to.say that it does no good. some of these Churches are well attended, but as to the poor themselves, it is really practically worse than if there was no Church at all. Why do you think it worse for the poor than if there was no Church ? Aiiswer While there is a Church in the District there is no likelihood of another being raised specially for he poor the existing Church does not answer any good purpose for the poor, it might as well be at the Land's End.-Evidence by CHARLES GROVES, ESQ., oj Liverpool, before the GjnimiUec of the House oj Lords on Spiritual Destitution. For Tracts on the Evils of the Pew System, apply to Mr. W. C. Grimley, 5, Dale Street, Liverpool.
IN our last impression we briefly announced the somewhat sudden and lamented death of Mr. David Morris, M.P. for this Borough, which occurred on the morning of Friday last. The respect in which we hold his memory, and the high position he occupied as the representative of this town in the British legislature, de- mands more than the mere cursory announce- ment of the melancholy fact, that his connection with the representation of this town has been terminated by his removal from among us by the universal decree to which all must soon or late succumb. His political career and personal history are before the public, and it is the 'listor, of a public journalist to take a dis- p?,??,?ioo"fte view of such incidents as have a tendency to illustrate his political principles and parliamentary conduct, and to record those traits in his persona l history which have be- come from his position public property. He entered public life as representative of the united Boroughs of Carmarthen and Llanelly, in the year 1837, in succession to the Hon. William Henry Yelverton, of Whitland Abbey, who only represented this place during one Session of Parliament. Mr. Morris was elected on advanced Whig principles, and he steadily adhered to the political platform on which he stood when he was first elected. In his ad- vocacy of an extension of the suffrage, vote by ballot, the abolition of church-rates, and some kindred measures, he may be said to have drifted towards radicalism, but the differ- ence between advanced Whigism and Radicalism 1. 1 1 1:1 is so slight that they may almost be regarded as convertible terms and practically identical: so that it would be difficult to fasten a charge of inconsistency on his parliamentary conduct when compared with his announced political creed at the period of his election. Ever since he entered the House of Commons he has been most assiduous in the discharge of his parliamentary duties. In this respect Mr Morris was emphatically a model member, and has left an example for the imitation of the future represen- tative of this Borough which, if followed, will tend to consolidate his popularity, and to disarm partizan and political antagonism. Whenever the local or special interests of his constituents, or any grave question of more than ordinary political significance engaged the attention- of the Legislature, he was always at his post. Indeed, it would be difficult to specify any time when he was absent from the House, for his name almost invariably figured in the division lists. He was not an eloquent man, but he was what is much better—a man of rare shrewdness and intelligence, and a thorough man of business. When an active partner in the respectable and old established bank- ing firm of Morris and Sons, Carmarthen, his intelligence and prudence conciliated a large amount of public confidence in the stability of the firm and in the sound commercial principles on which it was conducted. He retired from the management of the firm, having amassed a large fortune, shortly before he turned his attention to parliamentary life, and he carried with him to the House of Commons his business habits. This was particularly observable in the promptitude with which he addressed himself to promote the individual interests of his constitu- ents, when applied to for that purpose; and we may, perhaps, in his successor find the same readi- ness to consult the welfare of his constituents, but it will be impossible for him to excel the late mem- ber in this respect,- who could truly say, in his treatment of the various applications that reached him—Trous, Ty rius ve milti nulla discrimine habe- tur," which may be freely rendered, Tory, Whig, and Radical, are alike my constituents, and have equal claims on my consideration in matters con- nected with my Parliamentary functions. We do not mean to say that he had no political or personal preferences, but they were subordinated to his desire to be of service to all his constituents, irrespective of their political principles. The writer of this biographical notice, although differing from him in many of his political views, always found him acces- sible and ever ready to assist and advise to the utmost of his power in any matter which properly fell within the province of his parliamentary duties. His unremitting attention to his parliamentary and public duties contributed to accelerate the event which all his constituents without exception lament. The week before his death he attended two public meetings in two consecutive days, and the excitement and exertion, acting on already en- feebled physical powers, precipitated the fatal crisis which terminated his earthly career. Although not an effective public speaker, he was endowed .vith a mind of great acuteness, a sound judg- ment, great decision of character; and he possessed a large fund of information on almost all public topics, which he readily applied to any subject which formed matter of discussion. He was a genial companion, and his many acts of charity and beneficence attest the kindliness of his natural instincts. He has bequeathed several legacies of large amount to charitable objects, and to those who were connected with him. The remainder of his property, which it is said amounts to a quarter of a million, he has divided between his cousins, Mr T. C. Morris, Brynmyrddyn, and Mr W. Morris, Cwm. His remains will be interred in the Cemetery this day, and as it is a public funeral it is open for all who wish to attend it so. The procession will include the Corporations of Carmarthen and Llanelly, and other bodies, and the public generally, and it is expected to be the largest funeral since the death of the late Mr John Jones, of Ystrad, one of the members for the county of Carmarthen.
THE death of Mr David Morris has caused a vacancy in the representation of the Borough of Carmarthen, which we shall very shortly be called upon to fill. No one expected, from the advanced age of our late member, that he would be spared to represent us many years longer, still his death has taken us by surprise and almost wholly unprepared to say who his successor shall be. We did not anticipate the event by looking to any one as an eligible successor, and when it occurred, we had for the first time seriously to consider who should be returned. Several gentle- men were named, and amongst them—-Mr Wm. Morris, Col. Stepney, Mr Johnes, of Dolaucothy, Mr Lewis, of Stradey, Mr Arthur Stepney, Mr Puxley, and Mr Horton. The qualifications of these. gentlemen were freely discussed. Col. Stepney at once said that he was prepared to waive his claims in favour of Mr Wm. Morris, who he considered should be elected. A depu tation, also, waited on Col. Stepney, at Llanelly, requesting him to put his son, Mr Arthur Stepney, forward, but he declined doing so, altl tough it is not improbable that on some future occasion he might seek the suffrages either of the borough or the county. Then, as to the others who were named, it was thought that Mr W. Morris would be the most acceptable to the electors generally, and it was determined to get up a re- quisition asking him to allow himself to be put in nomination. A requisition was at once pre- pared and is now in course of signature in Car- marthen and Llanelly, and it is believed that about three-fourths of the electors will sign it. It has already been signed by a majority of them, so that Mr Morris's return is secure, in the case of opposition. o The only opposition that has been threatened, is from Mr John Gwyn Jefferies, formerly a solicitor in Swansea, and now a barrister-at-law. He is, however, better known as a naturalist, being the author of a valuable work on Conchology. He wishes to go to Parliament in the Conservative interests. He has no connection whatever with the Borough of Carmarthen, nor does he pretend to know anything about our local interests. He comos before us simply as a Conservative, just as he has done in other places, where he has been defeated. He has no other claim, unless indeed it be the fact that he is the nominee, not of any voters in the borough, but of a political Club which binds him to a prescribed course of ac- tion in the House of Commons. Returned by either of the two great parties in the State, he must vote with his party through thick and thin. A Conservative candidate connected with the Borough, and having a knowledge of our local affairs, would, if unfettered by the influence of any Club, have considerable support, but a stranger desirous of gratifying his own ambition has not the slightest chance of election. Mr Jefferies might rest assured that the Carmarthen Borough will not have anything whatever to do with him. His friends at a distance have can- vassed for him, with a pitiful result. Nothing can justify him, under these circumstances, in disturbing the peace and harmony of the borough by a political contest, the end of which is for him certain defeat. Mr William Morris has for many years taken a prominent part in the public affairs of the Borough, and he has proved himself an able man of busi- ness. He has four times filled the office of Mayor with honour to himself and advantage to the town. He has contributed largely to all public improvements, and the charities of the county owe much to his liberality. He resides amongst us, and thoroughly comprehending our requirements, he will be able to give that atten- tion to them in Parliament which we expect at the hands of our Member. These are not the arguments of a special pleader, nor the meaning- less platitude of a political advocate. Wales possesses industrial resources more valuable, per- haps, than any other part of Great Britain. These resources attract capitalists, who are now everywhere engaged in developing them. The whole country is gradually lifting itself into a position in the commercial world, second to no other part of the kingdom. We assert, then, that our Parliamentary represen- tatives should be something more than politicians. We would not put politics altogether aside, but above all things we should send to the House of Commons men who understand and can represent the commercial interest of Wales. Mr William Morris, however, in addition to his local standing, is a politician. He has not yet declared his views, but he is known to be an Independent Liberal, who will support Lord Palmerston's Government, with- out pledging himself to any party. If these are his views, as we believe, he is more acceptable to us than a partisan. At any rate we advocate his claims to the suffrages of the electors as an Independent Liberal, and scores have signed the requisition to him under similar impressions. Be- tween Mr Morris and Mr Jefferies there is a wide gulf, and we have no doubt which the electors will return.
A MEETING will be held on Wednesday next, in the Refreshment-Room of the Carmarthen Public Rooms, for the purpose of taking into considera- tion a proposal to form a Steam Packet Company. For some time past the proposal has been freely discussed in the town, and most of the tradesmen seem agreed that something should at once be done. All that is at present contemplated is the purchase of a steamer to trade between Carmarthen, and Bristol. There is a very large carrying trade between these two places which the railway does not affect, and it is not without reason supposed, that a steamer in the hands of the shippers themselves, would more fully meet the require- ments of this trade, than if left to a company having no direct interest in it. The new company's boat would sail at times that would best suit the shippers, and have a scale of freights adjusted so as to give equal advantage to all who send goods by her. This would no doubt be an immense a?. vantage but a well-appointed steamer doing a large and steady carrying trade would bring tempting dividends to the shareholders. In many places the interest on capital is enormom, some- thing like thirty per cent. In our district wc have an example. The Steam Packet Company at Aberystwith pays from twenty-five to thirty per cent. per annum. And why should not the profit arising from the carrying trade between Carmarthen and Bistol go into the pockets of our local tradesmen ? The proposal deserves full consideration, and from the statements made to us we believe it will be successfully carried out.
Through the kind instrumentality of Valentine Davis, Esq., the Mayor of Carmarthen, and Mr Jacob, of Dark- Gate, David Griffiths, a deaf and dumb child, eight yeaifl of age, the son of Henry Griffiths, labourer, Lammas- street, has been admitted into the Cambrian Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, at Swansea, Mr Davis very liberally providing clothes for the lad during the first year of his residence at the institution. CARMARTHENSHIRE VOLUNTEERS.—The Carmarthen- shire Volunteer Corps will be inspected in Llandilo Park, on Monday, the 17th instant. Arrangements are, being made for the Carmarthen Companies to go to the review by train over the Carmarthen and Llandilo Railway, although it will not, at that time, be open for public traffic. CARMARTHENSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.—In the official prize list which we published, Mr Harries, of Llandilo-Abercowin, should have appeared as taking the first prize for an heifer in the Extra Stock Class. THE NEW RAILWAY TERROR.—" The name of the station, Pontrhydfendigaid, on the Manchester and Mil- ford Haven line about to be opened, is pronounced Pont-rith-ven-the-gaith, which signifies Bridge over the Strath." Thus sayeth the Court Journal, evidently with- out knowing much of the Welsh language. THE CARMARTHEN AND LLANDILO RAILWAY.—AN engine, with the contractors and several gentlemen from Llandilo, came the entire distance from Llandilo to Abergwilly, on Friday, returning the same day. The works are very rapidly approaching completion. We are informed that the celebration on the opening of the line in November will be at Llandilo, and not Carmar- then. CARMARTHEN BOARD OF GUARDIANS.—This Board met on Saturday last, and there was a very large at- tendance of Guardians. The chairman, J. L. Philipps, Esq., presided. The relieving officers' books having been gone through, the minutes of the previous meeting were read and verified. A letter was read from the Poor Law Board (in reply to one written by the Clerk, with reference to the Porter's rations, as to whether the guardians could include the value of the rations with the salary when they superannuate that officer), stating that the point in question is now under the consideration of the Poor Law Board. An order was made for the removal of Elizabeth Thomas, an inmate of the Work- house, to Briton Ferry Asylum.—The Master com- plained that the last lot of oatmeal he had received waS not according to the sample contracted for, and the Clerk was ordered to write to Mr W. Davies to that effect. Some cheques having been signed, the Board se- parated. SUDDEN DEATH.—Jonah Davies, formerly a butcher, residing at Tabernacle-row, in this town, was found dead in his own room about five o'clock on Wednesday evening. He was last seen alive at a quarter to two o'clock, in his usual health. The deceased was 80 years of age, and had complained of weakness, but was sub- ject to no other ailment. An inquest was held on the body yesterday evening, before J. Hughes, Esq., coroner, and a jury, and during the enquiry the foregoing simple statements were elicited, and the jury immediately re- turned a verdict of" Died by the visitation of God." PRIORY-STREET CHAPEL. Anniversary services in aid of Baptist Missions were held at this chapel on Sunday and Monday last, when eloquent and appro- priate sermons were delivered by the Rev. Nathtftiel Thomas, of Cardiff, and the Rev. Mr. Rowe, of Fish- guard, to crowded congregations, Collections were made at the close of each service, and the sum of X29 realised. THE BANKRUPTCY OF MR MALIPHANT.—In the Bris- tol Bankruptcy Court.-Pe J. Maliphant, Brynmatvr, grocer.—Mr J. Inskip, for the assignees, stated that the accounts had not been filed, the bankrupt having had some difficulty in the payment of the accountant. He, however, consented to an adjournment of the last ex- amination and order of discharge till the 31st ot October. CARMARTHEN PETTY SESSIONS.—These sessions were held on Saturday last, at the Shire Hall, before COI- Sir J. J. Hamilton, Bart., Capt. Davies, J. G. H. PhI lipps, Esq., Grismond Philipps, Esq., the Ven. Arch- deacon Evans, and the Rev. Chanceller Williams.- Edward Mahjn, of the Sheaf Inn, Abergwilly, was charged with keeping open his house, for the sale of beer, during prohibited hours on Sunday. Defendant appeared, and said the man he supplied with the beef was a traveller. P.C. Thomas Thomas said Last Sun- day morning, at a quarter past 11 o'clock, I went into defendant's house at Aberwilly, where I saw a pint half full of beer on the table, covered over with a hat. I saw only defendant and a man named Owen Davies, whom defendant said lodged next door. Fined lost including costs.-Mary Davies, of Esker, was charged with allowing her cart to be used. without having her name thereon. Fined Is and costs.—Rees Rees, toll col- lector, charged Thomas Lewis and: TVilliam Foyer, both of Llanelly, butchers, with assaulting him in the exe- cution of his duty. Complainant said I am the col* lector of tolls at Minke Turnpike Gate, in the parish of Llangendeirne. On the 20th of September last, the defendants Lewis and Poyer came to the gate. poyer had three head of cattle, but only paid toll for one* Lewis had four head of cattle and thirteen sheep, and paid in full. I prepared the tickets, and Poyer snatched one away from me, & then said he did not :care now that he had it in my own writing. I followed him and trIed to get the ticket from him1 and it fell on the ground, and when I stooped to pick it up Lewis kicked me on my leg and I retreated, and when near the house poyer struck me on the eye with his fist, and only because I wanted the penny he owed for toll. William Rees, of Minke, corroborated the evidence of the complainant' The Bench informed the defendants that toll collectors must be protected in the execution of their duty, anO that the law imposed a penalty of not exceeding f for an assault upon them. The offence being clearly proved, they would fine the defendants L2 each an costs, and in default of payment distress was issued in each case.
THE FUNERAL OF MR. DAVID MORRIS, M.r: At the request of the inhabitants, the relatives ot Mr David Morris have consented that there Bball be a public funeral to-day (Friday), at 12 o'clock- Mr Morris will be buried in the Cemetery, and the I procession will form in the following order :— 1st. Clubs, Benefit Societies, &c. The members are respectfully requested to attend at 11 o'clock, in Guildhall-square, to form iu procession four deep. 2nd. The Students of the Training College, to assembl0 in procession at the same time and place. 3rd. The Inhabitants of Carmarthen and Llanelly, to assemble at the same time and place. 4th. The Members of the Loeal Board of Health of the Town of Llanelly, and the Mayor, Aldermen, and Councillors of the Borough of Car- marthen, to meet at the Assembly Rooms, at 11.30 a.m. I THE FUNERAL. I PRIVATE CARRIAGES. The Procession, after being formed in Cuildba" square, will pass through Queen- street, Spilman-stroott and round St. Peter's Church, passing our late 1\1etDcÍ ber's Residence, when the Local Board of Llanelly an Corporation of Carmarthen will Join. 1 Private Carriages to assemble in Spilman-street c? later than 11.30. On arriving at the Gates of the Cemetery, the "fj,0 cession to halt and open ?ight and left to admit tb Funeral to pass into the Cemetery. e Private Carriages on arriving at the junction of t roads will please to take that on the left, ￼ The shops in Carmarthen and LlaneMy will be 010S8 d during the day. The shops have been partially d??g in this town since the death of Mr Morris. The passing bell has also been tolled, and in fact evr!o mark of respect and sorrow has been shown "7 the inhabitants.