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I CHRISTMAS SHOPPING. The spacious Shops and Show Rooms with ample room for a leisurely examina- tion of their contents, the practically unlimited choice of temptingly displayed goods at Most Tempting Prices, and the facilities given for making your selection (you will not be pestered to buy), are amongst the features which make BEN. EVANS' the ideal Shopping Centre for the Christmas Shopper. Each of our 28 Departments has some- thing to offer for Christmas Gifts. THE GREAT TOY BAZAAR will be open daily until Christmas Eve. B1E7IW SWANSEA. LTD. SI-CENTENARY. 1710-1910. SUN FIRE OFFICE FOUNDED 1710. The Oldest Insurance Office in the World. emcs Cooled from Policy datd 1, IoAuraooea effected on the tollowing risks:- Employers' Liability and I Personal Accident. Workmen's Compensation Sickness & Disease, Domestio Servants and Fidelity Guarantee Plate Glass. I Burglary. For all particulars apply to the following AgeatN:- Ammanford-Mr. David. Arthur Fox. Carmarthen-Messrs. John Francia and Son. Dolfallt-Mr. David Thomas. Garnant—Mr. Reea Davies, Brynteg. Llandiie-Mr. W. D. Jenkins, George Street. Llandovery-Mr. Thomas Phillips. Llanøtephan-Mr. John Morgan. Llanybyther—Mr. David Thomas, Blaenhoibani Llandyssul—Mr. Leonard C. Farleigh. Lampeter—Mr. W. Davies, 17, Station Terrace. Mr. H. W. Howell. New Quay—Mr. David Enoch. Pantyffynon-Mr. David Francis. Samau-Mr. J. Nicholas. Talsara—Mr. Llewelyn Davies. The Carmarthen Bill-posting Company, 15, Bridge Street, Carmarthen BILLPOSTING and Advertising in all its B Branches throughout the Counties "f Carmar- then. Pembroke, and Cardigan. NATHANIEL THOMAS FAMILY BUTCHER, 13a, KING STREET (Next door to the Probate Offices), CARJM:ART::H:EN W. S. MORRIS, -WHOLESALE GROCER- CORN, FLOWER & SERJS MERCHANT, National Telephone, 50. Send for Prioe List. Telegrams, "Morris March ant, Carmarthen." PRUDENT LADIES. Will save their Ha/r oombings and send them to J. HODGES j HAIR WORKER, TENBY, Who will make them up into Tails, etc., and rstara them, poet free, from 1& per on. The cheapest house in Wales for all kinds of Hair Work and Theatrical Goods. £ 4,000 and £ 950 to be advanced on Sound Free- hold Securities. £ 1,100 and £ 600 on Sound Leasehold Properties.—Apply, F. E. Tunbridge, Auctioneer, Swansea. (312p BRISTOL HOUSE, CARMARTHEN. M. & L. THOMAS I BAKERS, GROCERS, CONFECTIONERS, ks REFRESHMENTS READY AT ALL TIMES. HOME-MADE BREAD, CAKE and PASTRY. Parties catered for. Prices Moderate. ((71 ASSEMBLY ROOMS, CARMARTHEN. The 43rd Annual St. Peter's CHRISTMAS TREE Thursday, January 5th, 1911. STALL-HOLDERS: FANCY STALL-The Vicarage. Do. —Mrs. Lester, Furnace Lodge. Do. AND Toy STALL-Miss White, King Street. REFBESHMENT STALL-Mrs. Arthur, Elm Lodge. FARMERS' STALL-Messrs. Bartlett Bros., Priory Street. MISCELLANEOUS STALL-St. Peter's Church Choir. FRUIT AXD FLOWER STALL-Mrs. Pugh Evans, and the Misses Violet, Queenie, and May Williams, Napier House. TEA STALL—Mrs. Stephen Morgan, 2, Spilman Street. COFFEE STALL-Mrs. John Morgan, Blue Street. Contributions will be thankfully received by any °^An6 Attractive ENTERTAINMENT in the Side Room. The Proceeds will be devoted towards Building a New Miseion Room in Cambrian Place. (658 CARDIGANSHIRE. THE following Valuable Freehold Farms will be offered for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION bv MR. DANIEL 1. REES at the Royal Oak Hotel, Lampeter, on WEDNESDAY, January 11th, 1911. Lot J.-All that desirable Freehold Farm, with two Small Holdings thereon, known as "RHIW- ONEN," in the Parish of Llanfihangel-Ystrad, Cardi- ganshire, about 4 miles from Lampeter and close to a Station on the Lampeter-Aberavron Railway, in the occuDation of Mr. John Davies, at the annual -rent of E123, comprising 192 acres, 17 poles, or thereabouts of meadow and arable land; the tenant holds under a Lease expiring September 29th, 1912. Lot 2.-All that desirable Freehold Farm, known as "PANTYFEDWEN." adjoining Lot 1. containing 43 acres, 1 rood, 5 perches, or thereabouts, of pasture and arable land, in the occupation of Mr. Ben Davies, as yearly tenant, at the annual rent of 2M. Further particulars may be obtained from Mr. Daniel I. Rees, Auctioneer, Lampeter, or MESSRS. D. LLOYD & SON, Solicitors, Lampeter.. I CARMARTHEN. ST. PETER'S PARISH. TO BE LET. from 25th of March next, Three Pasture Fields, called PARKYDELINGAM, or PENLAN FIELDS, containing about 8 acres. Apply to Messrs. Timmins and Timmins, Solicitors, 5, Henrietta Street, Bath. (347 STEELE VILLA FERRYSIDE. JOHN FRANCIS & SON are instructed to offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the White Lion Hotel, Ferryside, on THURSDAY, 5th January, 1911, all that Valuable Dwelling House and Premises, known as STEELE VILLA," situate on The Cliff, Ferryside. Further particulars will duly appear, and in the meantime may be obtained of the Auctioners, Car- marthen or of Messrs. Pearce-Jones, care of Soli- citors, John-street, Bedford-row, London. (678 TO LET, Licensed Premises, NEW INN, Lammas Street, Carmarthen.—For particulars, apply to Morgan Griffiths, Son, and Prosser, Solicitors, Carmarthen. (686 TOWY BOARD OF CONSERVATORS. Destruction OF Cormorants. The Conservators have de- cided to increase the reward to TWO SHILLINGS for the head of each cormorant killed with- in the District of this Board, and such sum will be paid on production of the head at my office. C. H. Morgan Griffiths, Clerk to the Board. 4, St. Mary Street, Carmarthen. (683 WITH THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE JOURNAL Will be given away a large and handsome SHEET ALMANACK CONTAINING THE PORTRAIT OF KING GEORGE Lists of LOCAL FAIRS, And a mass of USEFUL INFORMATION RELATING TO Local Governing Bodies of West Wales. Every Reader should see that he gets a copy. WE WISH OUR MANY READERS AT ( HOME AND ABROAD A GENIAL AND MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A PROSPER- DeB AND HAPPY NEW YEAR.