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CARMARTHIN JOUMIAl." PRINCIPAL CONTENTS of thia imue- "Merne England'' at Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire County Council Pretty Wedding at Lampeter. Presentation at Cilgerran. Tivyside Horse Show. Carmarthenshire Infirmary Meeting. Brynamman Notes. Llith Twm 'Barels. Laugharne, LlangflGphan, and Kidwelly Notes. Local and District News. Practical Farmiug. Notes of the Week. Nodion o Abergwili.
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They also reserve the right to refuse insertion of an advertisement. Whilst great pains are taken to secure accuracy, the Publishers would impress upon advertisers the need for legible writing. In any case they vn'v insert advertisements upon the condition that they do not accept responsibility for inaccuracies, nor for any consequence arising therefrom. Advertisements of the prepaid class are received up to the first post on Thursday morning for mo- tion in that week's issue. 8 King Street, London Offices Carmarthen. 28. Shoe Lane, KC. ManteE. When replying to advertisements please mention Carmarthen Journal. WANTED, a nice respectable young Woman as Housemaid; age about 24 years. Apply, Matron, Carmarthenshire Infirmary, S. Wales. WANTED immediately, Housemaid-Waitress, references required.—GrosTenor Hotel, Car- marthen (2085p XPERIENCI, General required, two in family, lu: plain cooking; small seaside place; maId s own washing only; references required. Wages, 218-£20.H," JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. ±,<su. n, (2061p WANTED, Cook-Gen oral.—Apply by letter, Lewis Capel Dewi Hall, Carmarthen. (2075p THE Manager of the CABMARTHKV JOTTBVAL will be pleased to make an offer for any volumes ef the paper, bound or otherwise. The volume for 1810 is specially wanted. GOOD, strong Girl requires place as General in South Wa'es; fond of children.—123Y, JOUR- NAL Office, Carmarthen. (2076p WANTED, good, handy Man. able drive cob, do rouyh gardening: understand little farm- ing good home; age 30 to 40 or younger; sober; to make himself useful; 12s. per week. Roberts, Brython House, Dunvant. (2079 WANTED, a strong General, about seventeen VV years of age; one from a farm preferred.- Apply, Archdeacon Evans, Vicarage, Golden Grove. (3053 PARK Isolation Hospital, Aberdare.— Good experienced Cook-General Wanted; early riser and energetic; salary, 922 and uniform.— Apply, with references, to The Matron. (2080p WANTED, a good, reliable Man, understands Gardening, and knows little about Farm- ing; good wages given.—Apply, T. Lewis, Bryn- glas, Nantgaredig. (2091p WANTED immediately, for private house in Carmarthen, an experienced Cook-Goneral. I—Apply, "X. JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. liy (2092p WANTED, small Furnished Cottage or Apart- ments, two bedrooms. Llandilo or neigh- ,boui-liood. -Write, 35, Royal Park. Clifton, Bristol. (2094p SMITH Wanted for Works, good Improver or young Smith. State age, wages and experi- ence.—Stephens and Co., Kidwelly. (2093p FARMER'S Son seeks Situation on a Farm fully industrious and trustworthy. Apply, "B.Ii. JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. (2096p tr.ø ilict. ROOMS To Let, close to Station; free fishing.— Apply, Jones, Gwynfryn, Llanpumpsaint. (2033p HOUSE To Let, 15. UNION STREET, CAR MARTHEN.—Apply, 2, Queen Street, Car- marthen. (2022p TO LET, Sheaf Inn. Carmarthen; fully licensed, good stabling, low rental. Possession on July 16th.—Apply, Felinfoel Brewery Co., Ltd.. Llanellv. (30 il jfor Sale FOR SALE. 3-year-old Entire Pony, 12 hands, black, while marking ;"Welsh Flyer1' breed.— • James, Cwmshidan, Llandovery. (5059 BASIC SLAG, all grades, also Kninit. Salt. &c„ delivered any station in England and Wales. —Charles Picken, Merchant, Wolverhampton. 1906p FOR SALE. Headed Wagonette by Fuller, of Bath, with pole, etc., lamps and luggage basket, weight 9 owts. 3 qrs.; also Pony Phaeton, weight 3 cwts. 3 qrs.—For particulars. apply to l\1(>"RI"S. Greenwood and Sons. 22. Water-street, Carmarthen. (2089p "13 0LL Tickets worded Admission—3d-, 6d., 1/- and 1/6" always in stock at the JOURNAL Office. Price 1/- per 1.000, or by post 1/1. Supplied °nly in thousands Terms Cash with order.— JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. jfor Sale PEAT MOSS LITTER, lowest prices, delivered any station in Great Britain.—Charles Picken, Merchant, Wolverhampton. 1907p GALVANISED Corrugated Sheets, new and G sound-5 feet, 9d.; 6 feet, lid 7 feet, 1/1; 8 feet, 1/3 each. Carriage Paid 15s. lots cash. Special Price for Quantities.—Fuller, Glanamman. (2086p WALLPAPERS FROM l £ d. PER ROLL. Any quantity, large or small. WHOLESALE PRICES. Stook exceeds 250.000 rolls, all classes. Write for patterns, stating class required. (Dept. 113) BARNETT WALLPAPER Co., Ltd., Knott Mill, MANCHESTER. (lIb5p T ADIES READ THIS! Advice free for stamp Mrs. E. Stewart's Famous Female Remedy, never fails,-Address. 9, Guinea Street, Bristol. KNITTING Ma-chines (Latest and Best) for Home Work. (Est. 1871).-W. Griffiths, 20, Queen Street, Neath. (2066p HEREFORDSHIRE Cider, prime, genuine, in Casks from 9 Gallons upwards, from 8d. to Is gallon; carriage paid.-Quarrell, Fruit Grower, Marden, Hereford (2067p FOR SALE, Freehold Farm with 14 acres Wood- land, known as TYNYCWM, in the parish of Nantewnlle, Cardiganshire; possession 29th September.—For further particulars, apply Sinnett, Solicitor, Aberystwyth. (2078 VISITING CARDS.-Ladies' size—Plain, 1/6; Gilt-edged, 1/9 for 50. Gent's sixe—Plain or Gilt-edged, 1/6 for 50 L,o-it free. Cash with order.—JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. Orders must be for 50 or more. BICYCLES DIRECT FROM FACTORY.—YOU are safe in buying a WARWICK CYCLE. 20 years' reputation, British throughout, best vaJue obtainable. Strong, reliable machines, which will give lasting service and satisfaction, JE5 19s. 6d. cash. Easy Terms from 8s. monthly. THREE SPEEDS, JB4 19s. 6d. Fully guaranteed. Approval. Delivered free. What others spent in advertising we give in extra value. Before you buy send for Catalogue, and see the bargains we offer.—WAR- WICK CYCLE COMPANY (Dept. C), Birming- ham. (2087p UTILITY POULTRY.-Sittings of Eggs now booked. Leghorns, Tom Barron's direct, 7/6 per dozen. Buff Orpingtons Headed by Worcester- shire Poultry Farm Cockerels. 5/ -per dozen. Crosses for laying and table. Speckled Sussex and Wor- cestershire White Wyandotte Cockerels, and also Spockled Sussex and' White Leghorn Cockerel (Barron's), 3/6 per dozen.—L. N. Powell, Carreg- cennon, Llandilo. (1954p SHORTHORN CALVES. STRONG healthy Calves are sent carriage paid upon lots of two or more to any station in your district. Bred from large-framed Shorthorn sires and dams. Full of hair and bone. "Undoubtedly the best obtainable. No fancy prices. For price list and book of testimonials, apply Fred B. Gill, Wynngate, Whitchurch, Salop. SHORTHORN Calves for Rearing, from Deep- S milking Cheshire Dairy Cows by Pure-bred Bulls; quotation to any Station: no fanoy prioes; correspondence a pleasure.—Frank Dobie, Littleton, Chester. (1879 ffiusícal instruments D. J. SNELL'S ANNOUNCEMENTS. "DIANOS AND ORGANS.—New and Second- hand by all the leading makers from £ 5 up- wards. Lists free.—D. J. Snell, High Street Arcade, Swansea. RAMAPHONES, from 21/ New Double-sided G records from Is. Id. each. Thousands of Re- cords in Stock to select from.—D. J. Snell, High Street Arcade, Swansea lost anfc fouiio [Tradesmen at Carmarthen and elsewhere who have articles left behind at their establishments by customers may advertise them free in this column. ] FOUND, in a tradesman's shop at Carmarthen, a Whip and a Pair of Lady's Gloves.—Apply, X.Y., JOURNAL Office. (2073p "T OST. from Rhydeymerau, Grey Sheep Dog since 5th of March. Report to Police. Detainer will be prosecuted. (3058 STRAYED to Glantowy, Lan. Abergwili. Moun- S tain Sheep and Lamb. Unless claimed for within days will be sold to defray expenses. I (2080p STRAYED. April 19th, 5 White-faced Ewes, s marked red on rump and ear markings.— Griffiths, LlwyH-onn. Llandilo. (2095p .financial £10 to £10,000 To Lend by the Oldest West of England Firm, F. Lawrence Ltd., on written promise to repay Life Policies, Furniture. Farm Stock, or other security. Principal remains, or can be repaid by easy instalments Promptness and privacy. A gentleman will call and hand you cash at your house if desired, Distance- no object. Do not expose your requirements locally. Write E. VICTOR HAMILTON, Don Chambers, Wine Street, Bristol LONDON & PROVINCES DISCOUNT CO., LTD. IMMEDIATE CASH ADVANCES. £ 10 to ;EI,OOO are privately completed at 24 hours' notice on your simple promise to repay, without preliminary fees. Call or write to the Manager, W. SHIRLEY, 48, Stokes Croft, BristoL ——————— FOR CHEAP & ARTISTIC PRINTING GO TO ] "JOURNAL" OFFICE. CARMARTHEN Icbucntion CARMARTHEN COUNTY SCHOOLS. THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEADMASTER-E. S. ALLEN, M.A. (Cantab). COUNTY GIRLS' SCHOOL. HEADMISTRESS-MISS B. A. HOLME, M.A. Late Open Scholar of Girton College, Cambridge. Fees, £198. per term. Reduction when there are two or more children from the same family. The next term begins Wednesday, April 29th. The Headmistress (at the Girls' School) and the Headmaster (at the Boys' School) will be pleased to see the parents of new pupils on Tuesday, April 28th, from 2 30 to 5. Boarders can be received at the Grammar School. JJIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. CARMARTHEN. President of the Council: THE LORD BISHOP OF ST. DAVID'S. HEAD MISTRESB- Miss E. 1. SUTTON, B.A., Honours London University (First Class in Classics). THE School gives an Excellent Education on A very Moderate Terms. Admirable Accommodation for Boarders. Pupils prepared for LONDON MATRICULA- TION and other Public Examinations. Boys as well as girls can be received in the Pre- paratory Class and the KINDERGARTEN DE- PARTMENT. To fill two vacancies next term. two Scholarships, consisting of the remission of the annual tuition fees only, will be offered for competition by girls under fourteen years of age on May 1st, 1914, not at present in the school. The Scholarships may be renewed annually on the recommendation of the Headmistress, provided that a high standard of work and conduct be main- tained. The Scholarships will not be awarded un- less candidates of a high standard present them- selves for the examination on May let, at 9 a.m., at the High School. Next term begins Thursday. April 30th. Boarders return Wednesday, April 29th. For full particulars apply to the Head Mistress. W' J. 0 WEN T HOMAS, Organist and Choirmaster of Llanstephan Parish Church, PROFESSOR OF MUSIC, YORK VILLA, LLANSTEPHAN. Gives Lessons in PIANOFORTE and ORGAN PLAYING, VOICE PRODUCTION, HARMONY, AND COUNTERPOINT Pupils receive careful and thorough tuition in the above Subjects, and, when required, are prepared for all Examinations. Ferryside. Laueharne & Llanybri districts visited. TUMI AND PBOSPCOTUS 08 APPLICATION. PRIVATE Lessons in Shorthand and Typewriting ing given.-Apply. JOURNAL Office. (1829 TO PARENTS.—The railway companies are be- ginning to take on girls as shorthand writers and typists, and thus a new and extensive field of opportunity is opened up for parents who are in difficulty as to what occupation to give their daughters. Those who wish to get girls thoroughly and speedily prepared for these posts should apply to the Manager, JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. (1891 LLANDOVERY COUNTY DUAL SCHOOL. Headmistress-MIss M. E. PRICE, B.A. (London). Fees, £1 10s. Od. per term. Reduction for two or more of the same family. Next term begins on Tuesday, May 5th, 1914. Boarders can be received at the School. For terms, apply to the Headmistress. (Signed) D. SAUNDERS THOMAS, Clerk to the Local Governors. April 13th, 1914. (3041 Mr. HAROLD MALKIN F.R.C.O., A.R.C.M., L.Mus.T.C.L. LESSONS WILL BE RESUMED ON MONDAY, MAY 4TH. Seven of Mr. Malkin's pupils have obtained the diploma of A.T.C.L. in Pianoforte playing. TERMS ON APPLICATION. 3056) 7, ESPLANADE, CARMARTHEN. STUDY HEALTH, COMFORT, AND ECONOMY. AND ugz GAS. Convenient and Economical for LIGHTING, COOKING, WARMING, POWER, WATER HEATING. IRONING, &c., &o. I -BEST FOR THE EYES —— The Gas. Co. clean and adjust Burners FREE OF CHARGE. JAMES JONES & SONS. BILLPOSTERS, KIDWELLY I Billposting executed throughout the neighbouring Villages and Gwen- 6 draeth Valley. W. S. m ORRIS, Wholesale Grocer, Flour & Seed Merchant, 25, BRIDGE STREET, CARMARTHEN, Nat. Telephone, 50. Telegram, "Morris, Merchant, Carmarthen. SEND FOR PRICE LIST. sr- picttjuedrome, CARMARTHEN. SATURDAYS—2.30 6.30, and 8.20 p.m. THURSDAYS-6.30 and 8.30 pm. OTHER DAYS-8 p.m. MONDAY, MAY -ith-Slaves of Ambition, a Three-part Powerful Feature Drama of Political Life, interwoven by a Pretty Love Story, and Convict No. 13, a Strong Emotional Drama, with interest fully sustained throughout, including a rcmakably realistic Fire Scene. THURSDAY, MAY 7th—Gaumont's Great Exclusive, in Four Parts, Between Man and Beast, produced by the Cines Co., of Rome (by special arrangements with the Gaumont Co., Ltd.), a Startling Production, shewing amazing scenes of Sport in the Jungles of India-The Chase of Lions, Tigers, Buffalo, &c., faithfully depicted. Also the great scene of a Liner burnt to the water's edge in Mid-Ocean, and A Queen's Love, a Great Ambrosio Two-Part Feature Drama. A Romantic Story of Love and Adventure. PATHE GAZETTE OF THE LATEST EVENTS AND OTHER HIGHLY INTERESTING PICTURES IN ADDITION EACH EVENING. ADMISSION-3d., 6d., 9d. Children-2d., 3d., 4d. Saturday Afternoons for Cnildrell-ld. 2.1., id. THE EVENT OF THE YEAR. PONTARCOTHI SEMI-NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD Bank Holiday, August ¡.9rd, 1914- Chief Choral, "Efe a ddaw" (Tom Price), 60 voices or over, £20. Second Prize, £5 (if four or more choirs compete). Male Voice, The Assyrian came down (Cyril Jenkin), 30 or over, £10. Ladies' Choir, Hugeilgerdd (English or Welsh). Carmarthen National Eisteddfod Piece, not under. 30, £ 5. Children's Choir, Sweet and Low," not under 30 in number, X3. Adjudicator-Tom Price, Merthyr and Brynach. Solos 1 guinea each. Poem, Carved Oak Chair, other Poetry and Recitations, Fancy Work, &c. Leaflets ready in a week. Programmes later, to be had from Secretary, ARTHUR M. EVANS, Gapel Dewi Council School, Nantgaredig, near Carmarthen. "HAPPINESS IN THE HOME." A PIANO FOR I Os. 60. 5 On Payment of this Small Deposit A FIRST-CLASS PIANO OF GENUINE ENGLISH MANUFACTURE, will be sent CARRIAGE PAID, to any address. And on payment of a similar amount monthly for a given period, will become the absolute property of the Hirer. r- Thompson & Shackell, Ltd., Tlte Estey Oryan Agency and Brinsmead Piano Depot DOFF to -fut VAWE a am FOR LE AGLr41 'Ap_S plANO rH RGAiv5. f SirE:y 0 A, eadi,41 A,,D 7 f4A I ,,05r0' fffTAJ- CoAf IV WRIT-L Local Address-39, Castle Street, Swansea; 60, Stepney Street, Llanelly. (CARMARTHEN JJILLPOSTING CO. STAFFORD HOUSE, NOTT SQUARE, CARMARTHEN. BILLPOSTING and Advertising in all its Branches throughout the Counties of Carmar- then, Pembroke, and-Cardigan. (Please note change of address). public notices TO BUILDERS .& CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are invited for the erection of a Now M. Farm Dwelling House at Bargoed Farm, near Bwlchygroes, for Mrs. Davies, of Maengwyn, near Llandyssut. Plans, Specification, etc.. to be seen at my Office and at Bargoed Farm between the 28th of April and 11th of May. Tenders, sealed and endorsed 1066 B," should reach me, the undersigned, on or rore the 12th of May. Form of Tender, etc., to be obtained from the Architect. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. T. D. EVANS, Architect and Surveyor (Late of London). Woil Villa, Llandyssul, April 22nd. 1914. (3057 ABERAYRON. ABERAYRON. THE Annual United Agriculture. Horticulture and Poultry SHOW will be held at the above place on WEDNESDA1, the 12th AUGUST, 1914. when JE70 in Prizes and 4 Valuable Silver Cups will be awarded outright. President: Mrs. Hughes, M.F.H., Neuaddfawr. Treasurer: Munro Hughes, Esq. For Schedules and further particulars, apply to Secret.ary-D. D. JONES, Shoplon, Ciliau Aeron. (3063 public notices. SEASON 1914. j *pHE CARMARTHENSHIRE SHIRE HORSE I Jl. SOCIETY, under the Auspices of the Board [ of Agriculture and Fisheries, will travel throughout CARMARTHENSHIRE and in Adjoining Districts ? the SHIRE STALLIONS, namely: i Amport Spark" (26975). Sire: "Halstead Plantagenet" (22412) by NLilatone Cceur-de-Lion IV. (11233) by "Hitchen Conqueror" (4458) by William the Conqueror (2343). Dam: 4214 "Brigstock Beauty" bv "Eastoft Lad" (14019). G Dam: "Bonny" by Dunsmore Forester (16129) by Dunsmore Forest King (13019) Third at the London Shire Horse Show, 1914. FEE JE3 3 0 Royal Glen III." (28732). Sire: "Glen Royal II." (21466) by Caldwich Blend (17226) by Harold (3703). Dam: (45328) Islip Maude (Vol. XXVI.). FEE B2 2 0 Carew Forester" (30279). S:re: "Lockinge Crown Jewel" (25353) by Lockinge Forester (19777) by Lockinge Manners (16780). Dam: 59733 "Carew diamond" (Vols. 31.33) by Childwick Don Carlos (21266) by Childwick Majestic (17254). FEE 32 2 0 For further Particulars and Cards, apply JOHN FRANCIS. The Mount, Carmarthen. SEASON 1914. TO ^Travel Carmarthenshire during the coming Season:— Hawton Calabar" (305J1) 17.1 h.h Sire: Birdsall Calamine (17766) by Calamite (15037). Dam: Rose by Royal Derby ^16933). G. Dam: 35735 Duchess (Vols. 23-30) by Nyn King II Charles (15271). For further Particulars and Cards, apply to J. D. KEY, Tynywern Stud Farm, Pontbenry, llanelly. public notices ( 0 0 EXCURSIONS. CHESTER RACES, "CUP DAY," MAY 6. TUESDAY NIGHT, MAY 5. DAY EXCURSION to CHESTER. Leave Car- marthen 7.50 p.m., Llandovery 6.45, Llandilo 7.25. Brynamman 6.0, Pantyffynnon 7.53, Pontardulais 8.3, Llanelly 8.40 p.m. FARE 7/6. For details see bills or send postcard to stations or offices. FRANK POTTER, General Manager. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. A MISSIONARY EXHIBITION In connection with the Calvini'stic Methodists' Foreign Missions, will be held at the ASSEMBLY ROOMS, CARMARTHEN. ON TEE 17th, 18th. and 19th June, 1914 lull particulars will duly appear. SEASON, 1914. To Serve this Season, that THOROUGHBRED STALLION, SPEY ROYAL (DARK BROWN) SPEY ROYAL will serve Half-bred Mares at 32. 2a, and 2s. 6d. the Groom; Thoroughbred Mares, 6 Guineas. SPEY ROYAL is a beautiful weight-carrying I brown horse, of the hunter type, full of quality, over 16 hands high, with great depth of body, big bone, and good action. He was awarded first prize at the Royal Dublin Society's Show in 1911, in a Very strong class. Any sire that obtains premier honours at this—the first Show in the world, re- quires no further recommendation to breeders'. He also won a King's Premium in London in 1913. SPEY ROYAL is perfectly sound, and has proved himself a good and sure foal getter. He was a very godfi performer on the Turf, being a winner on the flat and over a country. SPEY ROYAL will travel Carmarthenshire, but will attend any place in Cardiganshire and Pem- brokeshire on a guarantee of 10 mares being put to him. Good accommodation for mares Mares in foal 7/6; Barren Mares 6/- per week. Hay and corn if ordered. Further particulars from the Owners MESSRS. J. F. REES and W. V. HOWELL THOMAS, 22, Lammas Street, Carmarthen. SEASON 1914. TO travel Carmarthenshire, the celebrated carriage i. STALLION, GORDON SENSATION (15650, Vol. viii., H.H.S.B.). 16.2 h.h. Bone 10g inches. Sire—Lord Gordon (5691 H.S.B.). Dam-Lady Trustful (15649 H.H.S.B.). 1st Carmarthen, 1913. 1st Llandovery, 1913. 1st Pontardulais, 1913. 2nd Llanelly, 1913. Attends PLOUGH HOTEL, CARMARTHEN every SATURDAY. Particulars apply J. WILLIAMS, Llwvnyrhaf. GLANAMMAN. (2090p CARMARTHENSHIRE EDUCATION COMMITTEE TUNING OF SCHOOL PIANOS. TENDERS are invited for tuning the School A Pianos, quarterly. Further particulars may be obtained, on applica- tion, from J. W. NICHOLAS, County Education Offices, Carmarthen. 16th April, 1914. (3050 ST. CLEARS CHURCH. TENDERS required for repairs to Belfry, etc.— Apply, Churchwardens, St. Clears. (3070 RE WILLIAM SHORT, DECEASED. IN 1911 a person advertised in London newspapers for relatives of William Short, who died in Canada. Information of relatives of a William Short, deceased, can be given by Charlotte Eleanora Holwell Short, Rapid Citv. Manitoba. Canada. (2082 Sales bs Suction CARMARTHENSHIRE. Important Sale of an exceedingly Desirable Free- hold Farm ■VTR. T. L. HARRIES will offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION (unless previously die- posed of by Private Treaty), at the Boar's Head Hotel, Carmarthen, during the early part of June next. all that exceptionally compact Freehold Farm, known as PANTE situate within b mile of Bronwydd Arms Railway Station and 2 miles of the Town of Carmarthen, abutting the main road from Carmarthen to Conwil, containing an area of 97 acres 3 rds. 28 perches, or thereabouts, of first.-class meadow. pasture and arable land, together with most compact Dwelling House and Outbuilding- in excellent ,tai- of re- pair. For further particulars apply Auctioneer at Llan- dilo. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. THE Fa.rm of LLWYNCALENIC.. in the Parish of Llanpumpsaint. will be offered for SALE early in JUNE next. Full particulars will duly appear. BEN. EVANS i& EVANS, Auctioneers and Valuers, Pencader and Cartoarthen. 29th April, 1914. (3069 Sales bli Ruction LLWYNGWYN LLANPUMPSAINT. Distant about 2 Miles from Conwil. TOHN FRANCIS & SON have received instruc- tions from Mr. E. Edwards (who is leaving), to SELL by AUCTION, at the above place, on the 7th of May, 1914, the whole of the STOCK, CROP, IMPLEMENTS, and other effects. Also about 50 Acres of LAND will be let for hay or grazing purposes. CLEAR-OUT SALE AT LLWYNGWYN LLANPUMPSAINT. Distant about 2 Miles from Conwil. JOHN iFRANCIS & SON have received instrue- tions from Mr. E. Edwards (who ie leavinc) to SELL by AUCTION, at the above place, on ^HtJRSDAI, 7th May. 1914. the whole of the Valuable STOCK, etc., -viz. "I HEAD OF CATTLE, comprising Z Shorfc- horn and Cross-bred Milch Cows, due to calve in June next: Two-year-old In-calf Heifer: 4 Yearling Heifers and Steers; Yearling Bull; 3 Calves. A HORSES, including Cart Mare in foal to A HORSES, including Cart Mare in foal to in n oun £ Lord Blackburn," a good worker £ >lto ee& e; 2 Cart 8 PIGS comprising 2 Sows in farrow, and tt pure black Boar. DlckaEEP; and a number of Geese. Turkeys. and Ducks. Um^rVSp^ IMPLEMENTS, DAIRY MajDtrre^ HARNESS, etc., and a Quantity of Sale to commence at 2 o'clock. About 50 Acres of Land will be LET for Hay or Grazing purposee; also one Fie-Id of Autumn-sown WHEAT will be let. MAESDULAIS, PORTHYRHYD, LLANDDAROG. JOHN FRANCIS & SON have received instruc- T "om Mr Gwynne Davies (who is leavinir) AUCTION, at the above plaoe, on FRIDAY, 8th May, 1914, about 90 ACRES of rich and produefve LAND for Hay or Grazmg Purposes in Lots to suit takers. Letting to commence at 3 p.m. After the Letting the following will be Sold:- „ 25 EWES and LAMB9. 2'Com rv h Tra £ HafDes8> Mowing Machine, Timber <^usberf' Ploush, quantity of Seasoned HAV^ if Separator; also Rick of well-harveeted .Std SWe Md 4bout 90 Wd" «f *«=>- IVY RCSH SALE ROOM, CARMARTHEN. JOHN (FRANCIS & :;()N Jme received instruc. SFTT T° Sak> anJ SELL by AUCTION, on THURSDAY. 14th Mav, 1914. a quantity of aluable Household Furniture Carriages, dozen Ladders. Typewriter. Garden Scats, &c., and a number of sundry lots. (3()72 SOUTH WALES, CARMARTHENSHIRE. SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY- FREEHOLD RESIDENTIAL ESTATE, KNOWN AS ALLTYGOG in the parish of Abergwili, 4 miles from Carmar- then, comprising the Residence, which contains hall, 4 reception rooms. 12 bed and dressing rooms, and the stabling, coach-house, saddle-room, garden, grounds and wood adjoining; also gardener's and coachman's cottages, the whole containing about 8 acres. The property is charmingly situated, is close to the main road Carmarthen to Brecon, and within 1 miles of Nantgaredig Railway Station. Further particulars may be obtained of John Francis and Son, Estate Agents, Carmarthen. CARMARTHENSHIRE. TOWN OF LLANDILO. FOR SALE, by Private Treaty, the Valuable ■ Freehold Premises, known as OMYRDDIN HOTEL containing 10 Bedrooms, 3 Reception Rooms, and the usual domestic offices. In the rear there are excellent stables and exten- sive outbuildings. Further particulars may be obtained of John Francis and Son, Auctioneers, Carmarthen. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. CARMARTHENSHIRE. PARISHES OF LLANDEFEILOG AND ST. ISHMAEL. OHN iFRANCIS & SON have received instruc- tions to offer for SALE by PUBLIC ACC. TION, at an early date, the Valuable Freehold Farms, known as "TYR-MABLY." Croesyceilog, Carmarthen, containing 41a. Ir. 37p., mar. or less, held by Mr. Gibbon. Also" CWMBURRY," near Ferryside, contain- ing 57 acres, or thereabouts, held by Mr. Williams. Further particulars will duly appear and may be obtained as to Tirmably Farm from Messrs WiJ- ters and Williams, Solicitors. Carmarthen and as to both properties from Mr. T. Howell' Davie, Solicitor, Carmarthen, and the Auctioneers. CARMARTHEN SHIRE! PARISH OF LLANDDAROG. JOHN FRANCIS & SON will offer for SALE by PUBLIC AU CTION at an early date the Valuable Freehold Farm, known a- FELINFACH situate near the Village of Porthyrliyd, containing 48a. 3r. 18p., more or les*. of ood pasture and arable land, and now m the occupation of Mr. David Stephens as yearly tenant. Further particulars will duly appear and in the nieantimt, may be obtained of the Auctioneers, Car- marthen or of MESSRS MORRIS & MORRIS, 3C, 751 Solicitors. Carmarthen. LAMPETER AUCTION MART. The next SALE will be held on TUESDAY May 12th, 1914. This is undoubtedly the best- market in Cardigan- shire for disposal of Fat Stock: also Store Cattle. A large number of Butchers and DEALERS attend regularly. Sale commences with Store Cattle at 11.30 sharp. Early entries solicited. DANIEL 1. REES, Auctioneer, 3062) Lampeter,