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JOURNAL, APRIL 15. 1910 TRADE DIRECTOR f. CARMARTHEN AND DISTRICT,, Auctioneers fab Vrsncir aDd Son, The Mo ant, BpilmaiHrtreet, Ourinarthen. t. Bowell Thomas and Son, St. Mar1-evee" Oar. Mrtken. Chemist & Optician King Morgan, St. Peter's Pharmacy, 15, King Street, Carmarthen. Coal Merchant Ck Bland Davies, Coal and Lime Merohant, Blue- Street, and 8, Quay-etreet, Carmarthen. Ironmonger rnmm W. Phillips, Wholesale and Retail Furnishing Ironmonger 4 and 6, Dark-gate. Carmarthen Printers & Publishers fI8D JOUBKAL Company, Ltd., Old Post Office, King- •treet, Carmarthen. LLANDOVERY. Boot and Shoe Manufacturers HI, Style, Quality and Price are the beet Salesmen t» the World. See them at Jenkina and Bona, Boot Manufacturers. Llandovery and Ll&ndUo. Mobey TH* OLD-ESTABLISHED PROVINCIAL UNION iS continues to LEND immense lamldaily, from £10 to £5,000 on 'Note of Hand tioae" or other security. No offioe inquiry ohwgM IhStsver Moderate interest. Easy instalments. rate for short periods Largest and m«t Sonourably conduoted business in the Kingdom, ffkonsands of our regular customers have expresseo fchair entire satisfaction in repeated transactions kith 01. A gentleman from Bank will wait upon you at pnte with Cash. Call, or write (in confidence) to Manager, STANLEY DOWDING, 1. Queen Sqnare. The Carmarthen Bill-posting Company, 15, Bridge Street, Carmarthen BILLPOSTING and Advertising in its Branches throughout the Counties of Oar- marthen. Pembroke, and Cardigan. €" \SH \c<omntodatiou £ 10 to £ 100. — £ 10 re pa y TO in fc> m 10s'; «° ™" nnv 15s £ 50 r^pa-y £ 56 5s.. T Theso Terms quoted are for rfiort periods. Loan* for 3," 6, 9 and 12 months can IK- arranged. and interest. charged proportionately. Call or write to the Well-known and favourite Lender-WOOLFE JACKSON, 11, Bowen lerrarc, "j3RWX)N. BRISTOL HOUSE, CARMARTHEN. M. & L. THOMAS BAKERS, GROCERS, CONFECTIONERS, &o. REFRESHMENTS READY AT ALL TIMES. HOME-MADE BREAD, CAKE and PASTRY. Parties catered for. Prices Moderato. ((72 PILLS arc warranted to cure, in either sex, all acquired or con- Btitutional Discharges from the Urinary Organs, end Pains in the back. Free from Mercury. Lstebhshed upwards of 40 years. In boxes 4s. 6d- each.»of all Chemists ana Patent Medicine Vendors throughout the World, or gen l tor sixty stamps by the makers, The Lincoln and Midland Counties Drug Company, Lincoln. j a D c Bad Spells of indigestion, bilious- ness, nausea, loss of appetite, headache, & similar disorders of the digestive system should be promptly Dispelled or worse will follow. The old grin-and-bear- it policy is a bad one. There is no reason at all, and there is a great deal of danger, in suf- fering the pangs of stomach, liver, and kidney complaints for By Taking Beecham's Pills the I trouble may be at once 1 removed. If you are having a bad spell just now get rid of it im- mediately and go in for a good spell of health* by the aid of Beecbaro's Pills. Sold everywhere in boxes, Spricc 1,1.1 <56 pills) & 2 Uf>8 pills). iii 11 xa TO SUFFERERS FROM Skin & Blood Diseases For .cleansing the blood of all impurities. t from whatever cause arising, lliere is no other medicine Just. as tjood a" Clarke's Blood why III s" many cases of Eczema, Scrofula, Scurvy, Bad Legs, Abscesses, Ulcers, Tumours. Boils, Pimples, Blotches, Sores and Eruptions, Piles, Glandular Swelling's, Blood Poison, Rheuma- tism, Gout, &C., it I'tYecU'd truly remarkable cures where all other treatments have failed. Clarke's Blood .Mixture has oyer 4b years' reputation, ainf the proprietors solicit aU sufferers 1\.> give it a trial 10 test it" value. J pi ~i jj J «HAS CURED THOUSANDS. • I I WILL CURE YOU.I ^jdiyaliCke»tistsandSterts, 2/9 pirlottle. Agricultural Implements and Foundry Stores, Paxton House, 15, Priory Street, Carmarthen. JONES FORMERLY MANAGER OF T. JONES & SONS, Priory Foundry Begs to inform Farmers and others, that he has a Large Stock of Machinery and Castings at the above address, including Thrashing Machines, Horse Gears, Oil Engines, Chaff and Turnip Cutters, Winnowing Machines, Plough Casting and Fittings, incmaing 0 0 Coulter Wheels, Malleable Coulter and Wheel Clips, Side Plates, Bolts, Pulleys, Shafting and Plummer Blocks, Brass Bearings, Field Rollers, Curd Mills, Chain Harrows. n Sole Agent for the Royal First Prize Corbett Corn Mills, also the Celebrated FROST & WOOD Co.'s ° Mowers, Reapers, and Binders, etc — A LARGE STOCK OF — KNIFES, to fit the Leading Makers' CAST STEEL CHAFF and TURNIP CUTTER Machines, always on hand. TOMB AND VILLA^ RAILINGS AND A LARGE STOCK OF PIG TROUGHS AT REASONABLE PRICES. THE PLOUGH CASTINGS CONSIST OF PENLLWYNRACA'S CASTING WITH STEEL and CAST IRON PLOUGH BOARDS; ALSO DYFFRYN, WITH OAST AND STEEL PLOUGH BOARDS, DOUBLE TOM with STEEL BOARDS. HOSPITAL FOR THRASHING and WINNOWING MACHINES, HORSE GEARS, CHAFF and TURNIP GUTTERS, MOWING and REAP. ING MACHINES. OLD MACHINERY BOUGHT AND SOLD. £$& L ACTITER M A perfectly cooked Calf Meal. LACTIFER, A3 A CALF REARING MEAL KEEPS TO THE FRONT- VIDR ¡'RES, l' (,' THOUSANDS OF CALVES \Cjfr 3 are annually reared on (life jQd* LACTIFER. ™ 1)0 n,lt Stint tlie Srowttl of y°m ^alves' b-V ^,v'n:-r t Tirr %MI them unnutritious Calf Meals, hut use LACTIFER LACTIFER? Tlie ..(therefore the cheapest) Milk Substitute in XfTw t tin- Market. should think « £ •>. LACTIFER they Jo. Why, is a specially prepared MhAL for fkey can't keep ^"GOLV. their heads out AN EFFICIENT CALF MEAL. Qf paJJs Calves thrive on LACTIFER. L/\CTIFER is a specially pie]tared Food for Rearing Calves. I LACTIFER is easy of digestion LACTIFER is easily prepared. I LACTIFER requires no boiling. LACTIFER is 11, perfect, diet. R is imposhle to procure a Better or more Effective Calf hretl than LACTIFER Thorley's cooked Calf Meal, even if double the price is paid. 1 cwt. Bag 20/ Carriage Paid. Sold by Agents in all parts. Send Card for free pamphlet on Calf Hearing to- IKINGIS CROSS, [ JOSEPH THORLEY, LTD., "SiT D. E. JONES & Co., MA^BLEBRATED "LEADER" cyolkJ THE LEADER" MOTOR & CYCLE WORKS 51, KING STRErj (opposite the Post Office), and WOOD'S ROW, CARMARTHEN, BEG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEY HAVE AN IMMENSE STOCK OF FIRST-CLASS CYCLES. NOW ON VIEW. Good Reliable Bicycles froni A4 log. upwards, WITH FREE WHEEL AND TWO BRAKES. _=-=.:===-=..=:=-===-=.=-=-=- -=:=- WE CAN SUPPLY FROM STOCK c. TRIUMPH," HUMBER, MOTOR and "ROYAL CYCLES. ENFIELD' '——— -==:=:===_====:=.=.=:=-=-==:=-=:==-=-:='=-=::==-=: This week w e have One Second-hand Triumph (1908) in Stoek— £ 27 10s. LARGE GARAGE MOTOR CANS AND CYCLES OVERHAULED AND REPAIRS DONE PROMPTLY. MOTOR SPIRIT, OILS, GREASES, ETC. MOTOR CARS for SALE or HIRE R E L I A RLE C II A U P F E U R S. AOENTS FOR TI1E "ROYAL ENFIELD." "T RIFMPH" CYCLES AND MOTOR CYCLES, "ROVER," "HUMBER," "B.S.A. AND OTHER CELEBRATED CYCLES. A Personal Inspection respectfully solicited, or write for particulars. (155 r BEN. EVANS' GUINEA BALE of LACE CURTAINS. ——————— 1 Pair, Handsome Design, Drawing-room 5r* « a r^o Curtains, 4 yards long by 72 inches I r\ I llO wide. White or Ecru. rnn a ■ 2 Pairs Choice Parlour Curtains, Quite FOR Qln New Patterns, 3 yards long by 63 inclies AL I Q> wide. White or Ecru. PADDIAHC DA III Pairs, Bedroom Curtains, Splendid £ uAnmAut rAIll Wearing, 3 yards long by oi inches wide. Whilst; it is obvious that a large number of Curtains (of a lower grade) can be sold for 21S., the above are all typical examples of the well-known Ben. tivans' high standard of style and quality, and, as such, represent the utmost limit of value at the price. Money willingly returned if not satisfactory in every way. Ben. Evans & Co., Ltd. Swansea B ll ■ The Physician's I I 1 I I L* I jH A 9 A ■ Cure for Gout, B L I I. B M Rheumatic Gout and Gravel. The Universal Remedy for Acidity of the Stomach. H' .ulaehe, Heartburn, Indigestion, Eafest ana most Sour Eructations. Bilious Affections. Eflective Aperient foe Ir w- MAGNSÎA A, NATHANIEL THOMAS, FAMILY BUTCHER. 13a, KING STREET (Next door to the Probate Officei), OABMARTHEH D. R. H. PRICE, G. & L., R.A.M., ADJUDICATOR Teacher of Singing and Theory Pupils prepared for Examinationq and Eisteddfods. THE BRIANS, LATIMER ROAD ^DANDILO. PRUDENT LADIES Will save their Hair combings and end them to J. HODGES I HAIR WORKER, TENBY, Who will make them up into Tails, etc., and retail them, post free, from Is. per oz. The cheapest house in Wales for all kinds of Hair Work and Theatrical Goods. Send for price list. (48 I GAS ENGINES, OIL ENGINES, SUCTION GAS; PLANTS, j NEW AND SECOND-HAND ENGINES IN STOCK AT CARDIFF. J CASH OR DEFERRED PAYMENTS. CROSSLEY BROS., LTD., 37, WESTGATE STREET, CARDIFF. (26 Carrying 4 «*<«>«(« w v « His Majesty's Mails to AUSTRALIA summit MELBOURNE. kv SYDNEY and "J BRISBANE, ORIENT GIBRALTAR, VlULll 1 MARSEILLES, „ NAPLES. PORT SAID, I I up COLOMBO. "••'■'I* Through Ticket* to New Zeaiiuid & Au*tr«li* Ostcrky (tw. c) .12129. ApI. 2I ApI. 23 Orniuz 64O5.API. 29 May 5 Ma\ 7 Orontes (tw. sc.).0023 May 13 May 19 May 21 OrsovR (tw. se.) .i May 27 June 2 Jinn- 4 Managers—F. GREEN & Co. «nd ANDERSON, ANDERSON & Co. Head Offices, Fenchnrob Avenue, London. For Pusage apply to the latter firm at 6, Fenchurch Avenue, E.C., or to Weat- end Branch Offioe, 28, Cockspnr Street, S.W.; or J. VAUGHAW EVANS. 6. Cowell St.. Llanelly. SOUTH & EAST AFRIC A Royal Mail Route Union-Castle Line LONDON and SOUTHAMPTON. To Cape Colony, Natal, Delagoa Bay, Beira, East Africa, and Mauritius, calling at Madeira, Canary Islands, Ascension, St. Helena, and Lobito Bay. Weekly Sailings. Superior Accommodation. Monthly Direct East African Service to and from United Kingdom and Continent. For Rates of Passage Money, and all further in- formation, apply to the Managers- DONALD CGRRIE & Co., LONDON. Or Local Ageute. "ADVICE TO MOTHERS.Are you broken in your rest by a sick child suffering with the pain of cutting teeth? no at once to a chemist, and get a bottle of MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP. It produces natural, quiet sleep by relieving the child from pain, and the little cherub awakes ''as bright as a button." Contains no Poisonous Ingredient. Of all Chemiists, 1/14 per bottle. Carmarthen County Schools THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Headmaster: E. S. ALLEN. M.A. (Cantab). COUNTY GIRLS' SCHOOL. Headmistress: Misa B. A. HOLME, M.A Late Open Scholar of Girton College, Cambridge The Headmaster (at the Grammar School) and the Headmistress (at the Girls' Schol) will be pleased to see the parents of new pupils on Monday, April 25th, from 2.30 to 5. Boarders can be received at the Grammar School. Fees— £ 1 8s. per term (3 terms in the year). Re duction for two or more members of the same family. The next T-rit-i begins Tuesday, April 26th. HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, CARMARTHEN. President of the Council: THE LORD BISHOP OF ST. DAVIDS Lady Principal < Mies A. F. CLARK, B.A., London Umivertitf. THE School givee excellent education oa very moderate termi. Admirable accommodation for Boarders. Pupils prepared for LONDON MATRICULA- TION and other Pnblio Examinations. Boyø at well u girls can be received in the p paratorv Class and the KINDERGARTEN Ofl PART&ENT. For full particulars, apply to the Lady Principal. hoarders return TUESDAY. April 19th. Xext Term commences WEDNESDAY, April 20th. LLANYBYTHER GRAMMAR SCHOOL. PREPARATION for all examiriat-ions and a J. Special Preparatory Class in Agriculture for The WigSsh Universities. Numerous Successep. Next Term begins April 25. (70p WELSH GIRLS' SCHOOL, ASHFORD, MIDDLESEX. UMMER Term commences May 2nd, 1910. A >0 few vacancies for Girls whose father or mother shall have been born within the Principality rlncl of Wales, the County of Monmouth or the Parishes of Oswestry, Selatlyn, and Llanymynech. at the re- duced fee of £ 32 per annum; a few children not qualified as above can be admitted at B56 per annum. For form of application, apply to Dean Brownrigg, 127, St. George's Road, London, S.W. (162 uLSTOVS SCHOOL, Stapleton, BlUsroi..— Staff of 11 Masters, including S Graduates. Healthy .-itnation: spacious gardens and playing (ieid- chemical and physical laboratories carpenter's shop, sv> iimnnig bath, miniature rifle range. Tuition, board, book-, stationary and clothing. £ 3<6 per annum iViit for the endowment .]1(\ eosi to parent- would be 3J55.—For 11111-. prospectus, apply to Anthony Finn, M.A.. l.L.l).. Headmaster. (181 CARMARTHENSHIRE STUD COMPANY, LTD. r«l HE undermentioned SIIIRE HORSES, the J property of the above-named Company, will attend at tho usual Stations during tho coming Season:— "MARDEN JAMESON" (25409); colour, bay: foaled 1906. Sire "Dunsmoro Jameson" (17972) by "Moors Zealot" (15731). Dam (48681) 1 "Vfardon Commotion" by "Willington W olseley ill." (17083). 1'1'0 to Member*, S3 for first mare, £ 2 10s. for eecoud or subsequent mare. Fee to Non- Members, C5 "CAPSTONE HAROLD" (lb590); colour, bay; foaled 1896. Sire "Ilarc,ld" (3703) by LiuoolTJ, r.hire Lad 11." (1365). Dam (11234) "Western Lively" (Vol. xii.) by "Fen Champion" (3085). Fee for service —To Members, £ 2 2s. "ROBUST" (25533); colour, dark bay: foaled 1905. Sire "Yanderbilt" (21893) by "Naiistone Cceur t I de Lion" (1123) ex (16786) "Hitchen Sunbeam" by "Harold" i3703). Dam (54518) "Lofty" by Munchausen" (6190). Fee for .service—To Members, il 10s. I For. particulars and cards, apply to JOHN FRANCIS, Secretary, Carmarthen. (157 WANTED flT °?D general Tvant^i; age 2G-25.-Apply, Nel- 8011 Hotel, Carmarthen. (147 W ANTED, good pjain Cook.-Apply, vni, clLrth^ M M"B W Mi. to tike charge of and wo? k omalJ i arm j avpfrn- .nee of cattle and sheet. TmWV "No ™yfc^-Appiy, immediatrv. Journal Correspondent, ileii:ja.n, Cardiganshire. (16; S Ti/hie G- GiA ^qllLr'i Souliery Maid, wher- three, in kitchen. On,. first plaoe gUit- M"' D^-Ormon, (95p W A^?n '!K XY°rkin- .H< i-^vper. thor:*ikJv 10 r for f-'f" Ht.le girl, a\eii 12 ye.rs, woman from country Referred, who wou.,1 value quiet borne.—A).pi_ "Z,, Ofti<:e of thj- pap-pro (97p TT JU.-sEMAID, gtx.d.F-a (I experienced. t°n' f?r 'hstDot; three in familv. -Must ha\ e good refererxvo-. Writ? statin"- a' e to Mrs. Davies! .uo.jydd Jiou«e, Morrison. (Jinrn. (9oj■ M'' on5" a •Orse Tub Cart. Cr(V,,r vpht S 6 —Apply, Evans Bros., rN -Newcastle-Emiyn. (gg}) VT/" ANTED, a good General, able cook, aU„ r to asswt in Bar in evening.—Apt.lv uirlj references, John, Bush Hot-d, Loughor. (95, DOG- COLLARS ENGRAVED. Name and Address deeply ( >end your dog collar by post., enclosing 10d i'i S f^" '*• rMUrn«1 —• <J«.v as- rc- W. J. KJLLLnrS. 1741 KngravA-. BP.VVAM.max. TO LET T ° kLno»nf«™THF or wittS"'S Ttonm SOD. EsgU GWYDDEG," n'a.r- Llandovery. Good Street. (irmaS SO™. King L (141 134» BYs 4 rSrREE1- CARMARTHEN. together with iL 4o Garden at fho rear ,,Sbt^f^ and ,ar^ ?ood business premises- tt T T 00nve^Sl0n Elm-street, Eoath CardiffW T UwlS- A^39, — — loop IrtARM TO LET-PARK ( XXVr » n Carmarthenshire, contain^^ rich Pasture and ArnKl^ r .1 nearly 22 acres Ho,w a,„] Uu.briidkj. water supplv. Possession J rp-buiit. Gooo EV.S, Bracifor.i ^P'er -D.jr.t TO LET, T. nfurnished. ,-in March iat- Cwmcoedwic Hon>^> v -^u- Aberystwyth and half-a-Vi'-J^* miIes s°uth of (C.W.R.) Station: it stands"hi~>i X facino- nfuna" ornamental grounds and has a ■ed k1ZLT^b; w ith glas- house thn. v-i • kltchen garden. coach-So, a„d™t.tlfi >cr f >*• • huiidant and sood- two 'i £ ""r 1"* Jet. with the Ulr-ApSVV'^ ■ (170 O LEI. Jt urnislied. fo" r^>Wrvr? /-J "i •^nrrbank'»ifve ^idPn<* Estate <.If']y to J. Th(')fuus a1ïd'.&n, Jslate A!I'. T ° <Lnr- *PW1NSF0RD ARMS Llan- jl'phan; fuil.' li('Ii'd.: i:r:;ediutE' pos:'i.ps;siolJ -pp¡. Bu('kJ..y's Rr"e! 1.1, Llandl:. (182 )-sa. Llangemjeeh. (lo2 rf"" )-sa. Llangemjeeh. t FOR SALE. n» 1° AND OTHERS r Speoal Quotations in Corn Flour, Barley J tt E^J> Bran, Seeds, etc., apply on Saturday and Fair Days of JOHN DAYIES, Auctioneer and Merchant (of Alitwalis), at his office, 11, John Street, Carmarthen. Attendance 10 to o'clock. (29788 SEED GR.AI-N. HITE Scotch Oats, Garton's Abundance, Tar- T tarians, Ceirch-du-bach, Barley, Sprin* Sat'v\et<ihes'r Potatoes, Gran and Clovw Seeds, Nitrate of Soda, Superphosphate, eta. etc W. S. MORRIS, Corn Merchant, 3óp) 25, Bridge Street, Carmarthen. 1*° b-T Tre^y, all ,hat, -TOTT'T R''«denr-e. knov. N as No. 9, SPILMAN Ci iV 'i 'nmrthen, now m rhe occupation <>( -Ur*; iJavid Danes. For further particulars, applv to Smith, and Evan-, So.iotors, Aborvstwvth (188 HA\ tOR SALE. Rick C'over Hav in prime condition, about 12 Davies Farm-yard, Llandyesul. (151 AN Old-Esrahlished Drap^rv. Grocerv. Iron- mongery Business carried on at" London /iou^o. LJariybvnior, foi* disposal us a goini^ conc^vn. Apply, Daniel W atkins, Solicitor. Lampeter. (91p LOST, young Collie Bitch frin: Henllan Station. Answers naino of "Fiv. Finder rewarded. Information to Morgans. LWtfad), Cross Inn, Llan- d.ul. (183 TO THOSE ABOUT TO MARRY.—Be'fore -selecting your Wedding < *ards, Wedding-cake Boxes, etc., please call and fr-j»our Laresi. De- signs. Th«'v will be sure to pl-i.s* you.—J DCKNAI. Co., Lid., Carmarthen. Ipl OT M), young black Spat/ie*. If not claimed wit Inn seven days wi'J Iw5 rs«;d to defrav < x- l>ciisc-. —J.i me. Cm gov nf ach, \ii/dre, H<'nllan. (184 Ds )N T let loose I'iqM'rs ;t! <. t/orrespondenw worry you. Hind them in i patent RAPII BINDER. Price, 3d. each, or 2s. bd. a dozen.— JorKYAL Co.. Ltd., <"armarthen. S TIU YEJ) EWE. — Strajed to Fiehls, near Llandovery, .since November a, a yearling l-'we, a "split" on tho t ft ear. and a "notch" on the right ear. I.'nless eiaimed by April 30th the same will be sold to defray r-xpenses.—Tho-. Griffiths, North Western Hot,1. -dove ry. (185 A Typewriter that embodies all essentials of perfect workmanship at about one-half the price of other high- dass makes. THE BLICK will be a wonderful help in your business. For your private use there is none to compare with if. LIGHT, SIMPLE, STRONG, SPEEDY. THE PRICE IS FROM £ 9 9s. to £13 13s. only Liberal Cash Discount, or Easy Terms. Send to-day for Booklet- THE BLICKENSDERFER CO., LTD., 14, HIGH STREET, CARDIFF.