THE JOURNAL, DECEMBER 30, 1910 CKAOK DIRECTOR f. 1 CARMARTHEN AND DISTRICT. Auctioneers fohn Francis and Son, The Mount, Spilman Street, weU r^naomas and Son, St. Mary Street, Oat- .I1arthen. wthChemist & Optician King Morgan, St. Peter's Pharmacy, 15, King Btreet, Carmarthen. Uoai Merchant Viand Davies, Coal and Lime Merchant, Blue street, and 8, Quay Street, Carmarthen. Ironmonger XKT Phillins Wholesale and Retail Furnishing rniliip j-)ari. Q*te, Carmarthen. LLANDOVERY. Boot and S aoe Manufacturers fit, Style, QualitY and Price re the beat Salesmen in the World. Se them at Jenluns and Rom. itoot Manufacturers, Llandovery and llvaiilo.
TO THOSB ABOUT TO MABBT.-Baloat JL 8eleating your Wedding Cards, Wedding-eelw Boxes, etc., please call and inspect our Latest 0.. signs. They will be sore to please ym-JOUJ" Co., Ltd., Carmarthen. UPLICATING Order Books, Memo. Books, Report Books, Invoice Books, Delivery Not* books, Postcard Books, Letter Card Books (with or without Customer's Heading) at Shortest Notiee from JOURNAL Co., Ltd., Carmarthen. H^VE you a Fountain Pen? If not, tcy tfea "Pilot" SeJf-dlling Fountain Pen. Prioe, ig, only; cash with order.—JotJKVAL Go., Ltd. FOOTBALL Clubs requiring Fixture Lists, Rules, Members' Tickets, or any other print- ing, should oommunicate with the JOUEHAL Co., Ltd., Carmarthen. DON'T let loose Papers and CorrespondeM* worry you. Bind them in a patent RAPID BINDER. Price, Id. each, or IL 6d. a doow-m JOUBWAL Co., Ltd.. Carmarthen.
TO ADVERTISERS. The following is our scale of pre-payment for £ fertosemente of the Wanted » class. thould be made by POSTAL ORDER and gany the order. Stamps will NOT be accepted. No. of t One ™L £ ns Insertion* Words. Insertion. Insertions. 2 Is ••• 16 J « r? i o 4 0 6 £ 44 « 6 « 6 6 6 The London Office!! of "THE JOURNAL" are at 18, SHOE LANE. E.O. Wanted. DOMESTIC Servants, Grooms, Gardeners, Farm Hands in plenty by advertising in this column Thursday. Twenty words, Is.; 3 insertions, Is. 3d. HUAimT ^ND DRUGGIST.—Wanted at once C A^pronS -Applj to Arthur Arthur, Nott Square, Carmarthen. \"IT \NTED—12 to 15 Gallons of Milk Apply, Jones, Dairy, Garnant. 1682 WANTED, Expert Griswoid Knitters, and Men- deVs; gooli wages; regular employment machines power dmcn.-Appb, Mjrddm Hosiery Co., Carmarthen. (345p CABINET-MAKER. Wanted immediately (J steady young Man, Improver preferred, used to hand work and repairs.-Apply, Fuller, House Furnisher, Glanamman. (336p WANTED, at once, respectable Girl as General, 18 to 20; good reference.—Mrs Evans, 1«, Caerau Place, Caerau, near Bridgend. (346p THTOYS —Shoemakers, Farmers. Tailors, wanting J) boys should apply to Governor, Barnes Home, Heaton Mereey. (684 To Let. •X* 0 BE LET OR SOLD, Rhosmaen Mill, near I Llandilo; Rood order; water plentiful.— 4pp]y, Rev N. Thomas, Rlioemaen House, Llan- dilo. (349 CARMARTHEN. ST. PETER'S PARISH. TO BE LET, from 25th of March next. Thrf^ Pasture fields, called PARKYDELINGAM, or PENLAN PYSLDS, containing about 8 acres. Apply to MessrtuTimmins and Timmins, Sohcuore, 5, Henrietta StreetftBath. (347 For Sale. TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. Ill OR Special Quotations in Corn Flour, Ba*,eJ Meal, Bran, Seeds, etc., apply on Saturday and Fair Days of JOHN DAVIES, Auctioneer and Merchant (of Alltwalis), at his Office, 11, John Street, Carmarthen. Attendance—10 to 3 o clock. (Zoioo OR SALE.-Thermos Flasks, I pint, 6s. 6d. F each.-Apply, JOURNAL Office. Carmarthen. Oi TOCK-TAKING SALE. Tyres, Covers, s 3d; Air Tubes, with valves, 2s 3d each; guaranteed, Pram. Tyres, Frames, Wheels, Saddles, Pedals, Car- riers, etc., new goods. Sale list free.—W. A. Norton, Manufacturer, Wolverhampton. (^P POCKET Gummed Receipt Books, Counterfoil, or Duplicate. In books of 50 leaves, 4d. each. 100 leaves, 6d. Prices for books printed with cus- tomer's name on application. -JOURNAL Co., Ltd., Carmarthen. MODERN Light Funeral Carriages, Hearses, Cars, Coaches, 50 New and Second-hand; reduced prices; Sale or Hire. Easy terms. Also v" Motor and Taxi-Cab Bodies. Catalogues MAKb- TON'S, 24, Bradford Street, Bfrmingham. (307p FOR the beat, cheapest, and most up-to-date Letter Files, apply to JOURNAL Co., Ltd., Carmarthen. VISITING CARDS, Gent's or Ladies' size, plain round cornered, bevelled, or gilt-edged, at shortest notice. -JOURNAL Co., Ltd Carmarthen. EOR. SALE—25,000 Thorn (Quicks), 5,000 Privet, 1,000 Roses, Fruit Trees, Shrubs, etc.-Harry Coysh, Nurseryman, Carmarthen. (330p CANVAS Covers, Green or White Waterproof, c Roped and Lettered, complete at Is 6d.' and is. 7d. per square yai-d.-W. M. Brirnmell, Canvas Contractors, Stroud, Glos. Established 50 years. 1 332 -i-riOR SALE, Hand Mule; good Working con- x dition; 182 spindles, 2g Pitch.—Apply, Evan Morgans, Brechfa Mills, Cwmmorg'an. near New- castle-Emlyn. (348p OR SALE fine Shorthorn Bull, 10 months old. —Apply, Jones, Rhiwlug, Llandyssul. <342o MUSICAL ~T FEW SPECIAL BARGAINS UNTIL XMAS. —36 Guineas for 25 Guineas, at lis. monthly, or discount for cash. Upright Pianoforte, by Hume, London, with iron frame, check action, trichord, &c., in rosewood case and rich marqueterie panel; genuine reduction; like new.—Waddington and Son (Limited), 29/31, City Road, Cardiff. Guineas for 26 Guineas, at 10s 6d Monthly. OO Beautiful EbonisedvPianoforte, by Dallin- son and Co., London, with marqueterie centre panel, inlaid with mother of pearl. This is an oppor- tunity for those who have waited long to secure a bargain; would be exchanged free within 12 months if not satisfaitovy in every detail; written warranty for 10 years given; tunings free for one year.- Waddington and Sons (Limited), 29/31, City Road, Cardiff. WADDINGTON. O Guineas, 6s. Monthly. A WADDINGTON. O good Second-hand Piano, WADDINGTON. by Metzler and Co., London; WADDINGTON. just the instrument to suit a WADDINGTON. learner; exchanged free one WADDINGTON. year.-Waddington and Sons WADDINGTON. (Limited), Piano Makers, 29/31, WADDINGTON. City Road, Cardiff. WADDINGTON. A Guineas, at 8s. Month- WADDINGTON. JL'J: ly. — A very fine WADDINGTON. Second-hand Piano, by ueorge WADDINGTON. Rogers, London; panel front, WADDINGTON. &c.; a bargain.-Waddington WADDINGTON. and S-is (Limited), 29,31, City WADDINGTON. Road, Cardiff. WADDINGTON. #) f* Guineas, at 10s. 6d WADDINGTON. Monthly ^ngl.n^ WADDINGTON. price, 30 guineas); stock-sonea WADDINGTON. only; never been out-, a lovely WADDINGTON. walnut piano; 2-panel top-door, WADDINGTON. nicely inlaid with marqueterie, WADDINGTON. iron frame, check action, tri- WADDINGTON. chord; rich, full tone; suitable WADDINGTON. for any drawinz-room.-CaIl and WADDINGTON. hear it at Waddington and Sons, WADDINGTON. (Limited), 29/31. City Road, WADDINGTON. Cardiff. WADDINGTON. O F? Guineas Redured to WADDINGTON. OO 25 Guineas, on Terms WADDINGTON. to Suit Customer's Convenience. WADDINGTON. —A very fine Cottage Piano- WADDINGTON. forte; only been out to two WADDINGTON. concerts; equal to new; splendid WADDINGTON. tone; finest value ever offered in WADDINGTON. South Wales.-Send for particu- j- s, WADLJINGTON. lars to Waddington and Sons WADDINGTON. (Limited), 29/31, City Road, winnrMfiTON. Cardiff. HERBERT JONES & C Now ready Large Stock to select. from. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS! I L CARPETS OWN VANS. HERBERT JOHES I CO., 5JS PONTARDULAIS. The Carmarthen Bill-posting Company, 15* Bridge Street, Carmarthen ILLPOSTING and Advertiring in all its jLF Branches throughout the Counties r Carmar- iMn. Pembroke, and Cardigan. NATHANIEL THOMAS FAMILY BUTCHER, 13a, KING STREET (Next door to the Prob&te Offices), CARART:a:EN W. S. MORRIS, -WHOLESALE GROCER- CORN, FLOWER & SEE3 MERCHANT, National Telephone, 69. Bend for Price Lut. Telegrams, "Morris Merchant, Carmarthsn." PRUDENT LADIES Will save their Heir oombinge and tend them to J. HODGES HAIR WORKER, TZNBY, Who will make them up into Taila, «ta., and retars them, poet free, from 1b. per o*. The cheapest hooae in Wales for all kind* of Hair Work and Theatrical Goods. I a i Cooks, Housemaids, Always Domestic Servants of all classes, Grooms, Gardeners, Wauled Farm Hands, etc. I A small prepaid advertise- AiWcLVS ment in the Wanted Column of The J ournal" P 1 immediately brings innu- T OUlia merable replies. Please stop my advertise- n| merit as I have been already £ ICaSC suited through the medium of your valuable paper." Stop1* These are the kind of letters we receive. /It Think for What valuable time and I worry you may save by *r i advertising in The J ournal Yourselves I 20 words—1 insertion, 1/- Rates. » H „ —6 „ 3/6 ,r I I, I I I THE JOURNAL (Carmarlhen) ESTABLISHED 1810. Recognised Adver- The Oldest and tising Medium for Leading Paper Government published in the Parliamentary Western Counties County, Legal, and Auctioneers' • of Wales Announcements. Head Offices: 8, King Street, Carmarthen ♦ l I fcs OWAM, S § mi ■ 2; -n ■irn S IjfS I ■'> o| 1 AMIP HOTIH. IMPORTANT H VI V I In consequence H H I I k' I k* I H tions purchasers wl BjL. Bl Ifc must see ^bat must see that wl BjL. Bl Ifc "Dinneford A Co." BBBSWinwlffwWBBWBBBHBBBHHBHfcBBMMHWBMHBBBwB is on every bottle and label. The Physician's Cure for Gout, Rheumatic Gout and Gravel. Safest and inost Effective Aperient for Ee<rvil;ir u,;e. i It Sl A Tlie Universal Keraedv for Acidity of the Stomach,' Headache, '.c Jics-Ttbsra, Indigestion, Sour Eructations, Bilious Affections. ANNUAL SALE Previous to important extensions to several Departments, all Goods, INCLUDING Gents' and Youths' Clothing, Mantle, Millinery, Drapery, I and Baby Linen (New Branch) WILL BE SOLD AT REDUCED oo* PRICES lot doy-Saturday, Dec. 31st. J.;DAVIES & SON < CLOTH HALT,, 74 CARMARTHEN. Agricultural Implements and Foundry Stores, Paxton i House, 15, Priory Street, Carmarthen. J33E3N" JORTIIS FORMERLY MANAGER OF T. JONES & SONS, PrioPy 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 Gutters, Winnowing Machines, Plough Casting and Fittings, including Coulter Wheels, Malleable Coulter and Wheel Clips, Side Plates, Bolts, Pulleys, Shafting and Plummer Blocks, Brass Bearings, Field Rollers, Curd Mills, Chain Harrows. flole Agent for the Royal First Prize Corbett Corn Milln, also the Oslebntod FROST k WOOD 00. I Mowers, and Bindetv, ata c i Tomb and Villa Railings and I Gates. A Large Stock of Pig Troughs at Reasonable Prices. The Plough Castings consist ofl Penllwynraca's Casting with Steel and Cast Iron Plough Boards also Dyffryn with Cast and Steel Plough Boards, I "0 -7 Double Tom with Steel Boards. Hospital for Threshing and A LARGE STOCK OF Winnowing Machines, Horse OAST STEEL CHAFF and 'Gears, Chaff and Turnip Cut-TURNIP CUTTER KNIVES, ters, Mowing and Reapingjto fit the Leading Makers Machines. Machines, always on hand. OLD MACHINERY BOUGHT AND SOLD g YOU'LL SLEEP Jj jj LIKE A TOP 8 W as soon as you get rid of that stomach ki u or liver trouble and not before. Insomnia Is frequently due to disor- M der in the organs of digestion, and K consequently, to cure it you must put those organs right. The use of nar- cotics is not only dangerous but leaves the cause of the trouble un- touched and is therefore to be avoid- I vy ed. The surest means of finding Q relief in the circumstances referred y% to is undoubtedly Beecham's Pills. H m AFTER TAKING >< H a few doses of this famous medicine K the digestive functions will resume v> their energy, the sluggish liver u Q becomes active, the bowels healthily j 7T regulated. There are thousands of K men and women to-day who have w experienced the great value of the y Q World's Family Medicine in t*f J n respect, and one cause of distressing n sleeplessness can be effectually removed by taking BEECHAM'S s PILLS. = X ————— H Sold mtrvhcn la boxes, price 1/11 (56 pflb) at 2/9 (168 pfils). S ) TO SUFFERERS FROM Skin & Blood Diseases For cleansinjf the blood of all impurities, from whatever cause arising, there is DO other medicine just as g-ood as Clarke's Blood Mixture—that's why in so many cases of Eczema, Scrofula, Scurvy, Bad I<eg8, Abscesses, XJlcers, Tumours, Boils, Pimples, Blotches, Sores and Eruptions, Piles, Glandular h Swellings, Blood Poison; Rheuma- tism, Gout, &C., it has effected truly remarkable cures where all other treatments have failed. Clarke's Blood Mixture has over 45 years' reputation, and the proprietors solicit ail suffeters to give it a trial to tsst its value. M r k | HAS CURED THOUSANDS. | WILL CURE YOUN au Cfiamisis axdsfor", 3/9 CLARKE'S B41 PILLS are warranted to cure. in either sex, all acquired o oon- ititutional Discharges from tha Urinary Organs, Gravel, and Pains in the back. Free from Mercury. Established apwards of 40 years. I In boxes 48. tid. all Chemigt? and Patent Medicine Vendors throughout the World, or eeut tor Q;xty stamps by the makers, The Lincolp ud Midland Counties Drug Company, Lincoln. As a afe, Permanent, and Waranted Cure for Pimples. Scrofula. Scurvy. Bad Legs. Skin and Blood Disease and Sores of all kinds, we can, with confidence. recommend CLAHKE'S WORLD- FAMED BLOOD MIXTURE. Of Chemists every- where. 14-16 H.P. DARRACQ GAR FOR SALE. LATEST 1910 MODEL. Hood, Screen, Lamps, and all Accessories. zeiDS-A BARGAIN GIBBON BROOKS, Motor Works, OFF NORTH MORGAN ST. COWBRIDGE ROAD, CARDIFF. EATING TINS CURE THE WORST COUGH ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS SICKNESS, niPLOYERS' LIABILITY. THIRD PARTY, BURGLARY, GLASS & FIDELITY GUARANTEE RISKS, INSURED AGAINST BY THE RAILWAY PASSENGERS ASSURANCE d.t Now Incorporated with the NORTH BRITISH & MERCANTILE INSURANCE Co. Claims paid £ 5,800,000. 64, CONRHILL, LONDON. A. VIAN, Secretary. Agent-F. LANCFOBD, G.W.R., Haverfordwest. C. S. READ, Llaaeilj. ig-ents required in Anrepreeented Diatriote. Educational Announcement L<¡'A:NYD1:1'H.¿R G&AMitAK ,"7k rü.. MR. S. STEPHENS, B.A., Inter. B.Sc., London, prepares Pupils for all Examinations. Numerous Suocesses. Next Term begins Jan. 9th, 1911. (333 HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. CARMARTHEN. President of the Coanoi!: THE LORD BISHOP OF ST. DAVID'S. Lady Principal: MISS A. F. CLARKE, B.A., London University. THE School give an Excellent Education am verv Moderate Terms. Admirable apoommodation for Boarders. Pupils prepared for LONDON MATRICULA- TION an other Public Examinations. Boys as well as girls can be received in the Pre- pargtory Class and the KINDERGARTON DE- PARTMENT. For full particulars, applr to the Lady Principal Next Term begins THURSDAY, JANUARY 19th. Boarders return WEDNESDAY, JANUARY -oth. Carmarthen County Schools THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Headmaster—E. S. ALLEN, M.A. (Cantab). COUNTY GIRLS' SCHOOL. Headmistrees-MISS B. A. HOLME, M.A. Late Open Scholar of Girton College, Cambridge. The next Term begins fot the Girls. THURS- DAY, January 19th; for the Boys, TUESDAY, January 24th. Parents of new Pupils can see the Headmistress on WEDNE.SDAY, JANUARY 18th, from 2.30 to 5, aud the Headmaster on MONDAY, JANUARY 23rd, from 2.30 to 5. THE COUNTY (DUAL) SCHOOL, LLANDOVERY. THIS School has now been opened to Boys &s well as Girls. Head Mistress: Miss M. E. PRICE, B.A., London. With a Staff of well-qualified Masters and Mistresses. The next Term will LIA,-Iti on TUESDAY* January 17th, 1911. Fees. ;Cl 10s. (including Stationery) per term. Reduction for two or more members of the same family. '(Signed) D. SAOvDEfRS THOMAS, Clerk to the Local Managers. December 28th, 1910, (691 Shipping Announcements. SOUTH & EAST AFRICA Royal Mail Route Union-Oastle Line London and Southampton. WEEKLY Sailings by Royal Mail and Inter. mediate Steamers to Cape Colony, Natal, Delagoa Bay, Beira, and Mauritius, calling at Madeira, Canary Islands, Ascension, St. Helena. MONTHLY DIRECT SERVICE to EAST AFRICAN PORTS, via the Continent and Suez Canal. For R-a tes of Passage Money and all further in- formation, app]y to the Managers, DONALD CURRIE & Co.. LONDON. Or Local Agents. AUSTRALIA BY THE ORIENT LINE Under Contract to carrv His Majesty's Mails To FREMANTLE, ADELAIDE, MELBOURNE, SYDNEY, and BRISBANE, calling at GIBRALTAR. MARSEILLES, NAPLES, PORT SAID. COLOMBO. Through tickets to NEW ZEALAND and TASMANIA. Tons. London. Marseilles. Naples. Orsova (tw. sc.). 12030.Jan. 6 .Tan. 12. Jan. 14 Otranto (tw. sc.).12124.Jan. 20 26 Jan. 28 Otwav (tw. sc ) .12077.Feb. 3. F ;b. g Fub. 11 Or\ieto (tw. se.) 12130..Feb. 17 .Feb. 23 Fob. 25 Managers—F. GREEN & Co. and ANDERSON ANDERSON & Co. Head Offices: Fenchurch Avenue. London. For Passage apply to the latter firm at 5. Fenchurch Avenue, E.C., or to West end Branch Office. 28, Cockspur Street, S.W.; or J. VAUGHAN EVANS. 6, Cowell St., Llanelly.