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PALACE, AMMANFORD. THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY, FEB. 22, 23 & 24, 1917. TANKS! TANKS! The Official War Office Pictures of the British Army in France. The BATTLE of the ANCRE and ADVANCE of the TANKS (Five reels of reality). More Wonderful than the Somme Film. Three Performances Daily at 3-15, 7 & 9. Prices, 1/6; 1/ 6d. SCALE OF CHARGES. The only way to Reach the People in these Districts is to Advertise in the Chronicle. SERVANTS WANTED. SITUATIONS WANTED. LOST OR FOUND. HOUSES OR SHOPS FOR SALE. HORSES OR CATTLE FOR SALE. SHEEP OR PIGS FOR SALE. POULTRY OR EGGS FOR SALE. Special Quotations for Tradesmen's Advertisements. Auctioneers' Advatisements 3d. per line. I Legal, Municipal, and Public Notice* ful. Pailiamentary Notices 9d. Paragraph Advertisements amongst News &d. Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 20 Words, 1/6; and 3d. for each 8 additional words. Miscellaneous Wants, For Sales, To Lets, 21 Words for 1/ 3d. for every addi- tional 8 words. Three Insertions for 2/ Baall Advertisements, unless prepaid, will be charged 6d. per line. All Orders and Money must be addressed: AMMAN VALLEY CHRONICLE," QUAY STREET, AMMANFORD. Prepaid Advertisements. P IGS ARE OFTEN TROUBLED WITH WORMS; Thorley a Worm Powders will clear same. Sold in Cartons containing 6 powders 5d. by Agents in all parts, or by Post 12 Powders 1/1—96 Pow- ders 6/6, on receipt of remittance, by Joseph Thorley, Ltd., King's Cross, London, N. WANTED, a Good Geneal Servant; good home and wages for suitable girl.— Apply Post Office, Ammanford. p IG KEEPERS WHO WISH THEIR PIGS to pay should use as a Condi- ment Thorley's Food for Cattle; keeps Pigs thrifty. Sold in Cases containing 56 packets Five Shillings, by Agents in all parts. A CTUAL test proves that Karswood Harmless Poultry Spice added to hen food, produces double the eggs as same food without Karswood. Packets 2d., 6d., 1/ Try it.—Evans, Chemist, Tumble. | IFa. Poultry Meal is a perfect substitute for biscuit meal and saves 3d. in the 1 Get some to-day from the Ammanford Co-operative Society, Ammanford. O get more eggs use Karswood Poultry Spice containing ground insects. 2d., 6d., Is. packets from Evans, Amman Pharmacy, Garnant. you SHOULD KNOW THAT OVUM, Thorley's Poultry Spice, is different to any other Poultry Spice and con- tains all that is necessary for Keeping Poultry Healthy, and producing abundance of Eggs. Sold in cases containing 72 packets Six Shillirffts. Cartons (two sizes), 1/1 and Sixpence each, by Agents in all parts. T ARGE CUPBOARD Wanted. State particulars and price to Editor, Chronicle Office. p OULTRY KEEPERS should write to Joseph Thorley Ltd., King's Cross, London; who are the Manufacturers of Ovum, Thorley's Poultry Spice, for Thorley's Poultry Keepers' Account Book, also Book giving useful hints to Poultry Keepers. Both sent Free. SMART BOY Wanted, just leaving School, as Apprentice to Journalism. Excellent opportunity. Apply Editor, Chronicle Office. A PPLICATIONS for Agencies to Sell The Amman Valley Chronicle in the Villages of East Carmarthenshire should be forwarded to the Manager, Amman Valley Chronicle Office, Quay St., Amman- flrd. Public Notices. LLANDEBIE  EISTEDDFOD (I.O.R.) Saturday, March 10th, 1917. Chief Choral: "Rhyfelgan y Plant" (Gwilym James), £ I 5s. Od. and Medal. Octette: "Ti Wyddost beth Ddywed fy Nghalon" (Dr. Parry), 8/- and Book value 5/ Secretary-R. J. TANNER, Llandebie. Public Notices. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN IN LLANDILO AND DISTRICT. ——— J, DANIEL EVANS, of Lanlash Farm, Golden Grove, near Llandilo, desire to publish the following facts, namely:— 1. That it has come to my knowledge that, certain statements have been made with regard to the butter made by me, and in particular that the same is mixed with margarine and sold as butter, and that for such offence I was recentlyi prosecuted and fined under the Food and Drugs Act. 2. That the above statements are entirely untrue and without any foundation. 3. That a reward of Ten Pounds will be given to such person or persons who will satisfactorily furnish me with the name or names and address or addresses of the person or persons who uttered the above statements. 4. That a sample of the butter made by my son, Mr. Herbert Evans, of Bryn- blawd Farm, Golden Grove, was taken by Inspector John Jones on the 30th day of December, 1916, at the Llandilo Market, that such sample was duly analysed, and that the Public Analyst has certified that such sample of butter was GENUINE. Dated this 6th day of February, 1917. (Signed) DANIEL EVANS. Witness- J. C. Edmunds, Llandilo, Solicitor. COUNTY OF CARMARTHEN. WILD BIRD (ENGLAND). THE WILD BIRQS PROTECTION (COUNTY OF CARMARTHEN) ORDER, 1909, Dated 20th March, 1909. JN PURSUANCE of the powers conferred on me by the Wild Birds Protection Acts, 1880 to 1908, and upon application by the County Council of the Administrative County of Carmarthen, I hereby make the following Order:— TITLE. I. This Order may be cited as The Wild Birds Protection (County of Carmar- then) Order, 1909." BIRDS. Additions to the Schedule of the Act of 1880. II. The Wild Birds Protecton Act, 1880, shall apply, within the County of Carmar- then, to the following species of Wild Birds in the same manner as if those species were included in the Schedule to the Act:- Bullfinch, Black-headed Bunting, Reed Bunting, Buzzard, Honey Buzzard, Tree Creeper, Dipper or Water Ouzel, Golden Eagle, Kite, Linnet (all species), Robin, Shrike (Butcher Bird), Thrush, Blue Tit, Long-tailed Tit, Marsh Tit, Common Wren, Golden-crested Wren. Certain Birds protected during the whole o/ the Year. 111. During the period between the 31st day of July in any year and the 2nd day of March following, the killing or taking of the following species of Wild Birds is pro- hibited throughout the County of Carmar- then:- Bullfinch, Black-headed Bunting, Reed Bunting, Buzzard, Honey Buzzard, Tree Creeper, Dipper or Water Ouzel, Golden Eagle, Goldfinch, Gulls (except Black- backed Gull), Kingfisher, Kite, Linnet (all species), Nightingale, Owl, Robin, Shrike (Butcher Bird), Thrush, Blue Tit, Long- tailed Tit. Marsh Tit, Woodpecker, Common Wren, Golden-crested Wren. EGGS. Certain Eggs protected throughout the country. IV. The taking or destroying of the Eggs of the following species of Wild Birds is prohibited throughout the County of Carmar- then:- Black-headed Bunting, Reed Bunting, Buzzard, Honey Buzzard, Tree Creeper, Dipper or Water Ouzel, Golden Eagle, Goldfinch, Gulls (except Black-backed Gulls), Kingfisher, Kite, Linnet (all species), Nightingale, Owl, Shrike (Butcher Bird), Blue Tit, Long-tailed Tit, Marsh Tit, Woodpecker, Golden-crested Wren. REPEAL OF FORMER ORDER. V. The Order of the 7th day of March, 1907, is hereby repealed. Given under my hand at Whitehall this 20th day of March, 1909. (Signed) H. J. GLADSTONE, One of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State. Public Notices. AMMANFORD URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. WAR LOAN. ENCOURAGED by the unanimous vote .A of support passed at the Public Meet- ing held on Monday night, the 12th instant, the Council have now made application for S-5,000 War Loan, with a view to allotting the same among the Ratepayes and Residents of Ammanford in lots of 120 or some mul- tiple of £ 20, in accordance with the Scheme which was outlined at the said Public Meeting. The Council now make an earnest and confident appeal to all adults and young people within the Urban District to rally round the Government at this time of 'un- precedented national crisis by making appli- cations forthwith for War Loan lots. Forms of Application may be obtained from me, the undersigned, on and after Monday next, the 19th instant, and after having been duly filled and signed, should be sent in to me not later than the 5th day of March, 1917. T. M. EVANS, Clerk to the Council. Ammanford, February 14th, 1917. Re DAVID JOHN THOMAS, Deceased. Pursuant to the Act of Parliament, 22ntk and 23rd Victoria, Chapter 35. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all Creditors and other Persons having any Claims or Demands against the Estate of DAVID JOHN THOMAS, late .f No. 42, Park Street, Lower Brynamman, in the County of Glamorgan, Colliery Manager, deceased, who died on the 9th day of December, 1916, and whose Will was proved in the Principal Registry of the Probate Division of His Majesty' s High Court of Justice on the 5th day of February, 1917, by Thomas Bartholomew and David Harries, the Executors therein named, are Hereby Required to send the Particulars, in writing, of their Claims or Demands to the undersigned on or before the 20th day of March, 1917, after which date the said Executors will proceed to distribute the Assets of the said Deceased amongst the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the debts, claims, and demands of which he shall then have had notice; and he will not be liable for the Assets of the said Deceased or any part thereof so distributed to any person or persons of whose claims or demands he shall not then have had notice. Dated this 14th day of February, 1917. T. M. EVANS, Solicitor for the said Executors. 48, College Street, Ammanford. Sales by Auction. CARMARTHENSHIRE. DYNEVOR CASTLE ESTATE. VERY VALUABLE PITWOOD AND TIMBER FOR SALE. M Pt. W. N. JONES HAS received instructions to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the CAWDOR ARMS HOTEL, Llandilo, on THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22nd, 1917, at 2 p.m. (subject to Conditions of Sale), the following Very Valuable Lots Df PITWOOD & TIMBER viz.:— LOT I.-About 312 Larch, 55 Ash, 18 Spruce, 37 Scotch, 2 Beech and I Birch Trees, growing on Pistyll and Llwynpiod • Farms, near Llandebie, and marked thus (dot) with White Paint. LOT 2.-About 194 Larch, 82 Ash, 36 Spruce, and 69 Birch Trees, growing on Garnbicca Farm, near Llandebie, and marked thus X with Red Paint. LOT 3.-About 394 Oak, 14 Ash, 22 Beech, 56 Birch, 3 Sycamore, and 2 Alder Trees, growing on Dderwen Farm, near LIandebie, and marked thus I (stroke) with Red Paint. LOT 4.—230 Oak, 40 Ash, 262 Alder, and' 64 Birch Trees, growing on the same Farm as Lot 3, and marked thus (dot) with Red Paint. LOT 5.-About 238 Oak, 69 Ash, 387 Alder, 5 Beech, and 20 Birch Trees, growing on the same Farm as Lot 3, and marked thus X with White Paint. LOT 6.-About 62 Ash, 82 Oak, 420 Alder, and 5 Birch Trees, growing on the same Farm as Lot 3, and marked thus (stroke) with Green Paint. LOT 7.-About 169 Oak, 20 Ash, 337 Alder, and 17 Birch Trees, growing on Maesyronen Farm, near Llandebie, marked thus X with White Paint. LOT 8.-About 140 Oak, 29 Ash, and 190 Alder Trees, growing on the same Farm as Lot 7, and marked thus (dot) /with Red Paint. LOT 9.-About 143 Ash, II Spruce, 273 Aider, 16 Birch, and 3 Sycamore Trees, growing on Liandyfaen Farm, near Derwydd Road Station, and marked thus X with Green Paint. LOT JO.-About 28 Larch, 46 Spruce, 15 Ash, and 276 Aider Trees, growing on the same Farm as Lot 9, and marked thus (dot) with White Paint. LOT I I.-About 72 Ash, 23 Larch, 32 Spruce, and 388 Alder Trees, growing on the same Farm as Lot 9, and marked thus (stroke) with Green Paint. LOT 12.-About 154 Ash, 404 Alder, and 2 Birch Trees, growing on the same Farm as Lot 9, and marked thus X with Green Paint. LOT 13.-About 79 Larch, 64 Ash, 195 Spruce, and 94 Alder Trees, growing on Garnbicca Farm, near Llandebie, and marked thus X wth Red Paint. LOT 14.-About 120 Ash, 12 Larch, 492 Alder, 5 Spruce, 5 Scotch, and 2 Birch Trees, growing on the same Farm as Lot 13, and marked thus X with Black Paint. LOT 15.-About 89 Oak, 23 Ash, 3 Alder, and 24 Birch Trees, growing on Cwm- gerwn Farm, near Penybank, Llandilo, and marked thus X with Red Paint. LOT 16.-About 144 Oak, 5 Ash, 8 Elm, 3 Sycamore, and I Birch Trees, ad- joining Lot 15, and marked thus X with White Paint. LOT 17.-About 157 Oak, 44 Ash, 8 Elm, and 5 Cherry Trees, growing on Cwm- wern Farm, near Penybank, Llandilp, and marked thus X with Green Paint. LOT 18.-About 109 Oak, 34 Ash, 35 Cherry, and 9 Beech Trees, adjoining Lot 17, and marked thus I (stroke) with White Paint. LOT 19.-About 25 Elm, 37 Spruce, 10 Ash, 20 Beech, 5 Oak, and 2 Larch Trees, growing on Llwynhelig and Dynevor Park, near Llandito, and marked thus X with Red Paint. LOT 20.-About 6 Elm, 3 Oak, and 2 Ash Trees, felled on Llandyfeisant Meadows, near Llandilo, and maked thus X with Red Paint. LOT 21.-About 211 Larch, 527 Oak, 405 Scotch, and 122 Alder Trees, growing on part of Cynghordy Farm, near Garnant, and marked thus X with White Paint. LOT 22.-About 233 Larch, 670 Oak, 395 Scotch, 279 Alder, 4 Ash, 7 Spruce, and 4 Beech Trees, adjoining Lot 21, and marked thus X with Green Paint. LOT 23.-About 437 Oak, 3 Ash, 2 Scotch, and 9 Birch Trees, growing on Raven Hotel land, Garnant, and marked thus X with Red Paint. LOT 24.-373 Oak, 15 Ash, 99 Alder, and 110 Birch Treeaj growing on Maesy- bettws Farm, Bettws, Amman ford and marked thus (dot) with Red Paint. LOT 25.-About 300 Oak, 31 Ash, 130 Alder, 46 Birch, 4 Sycamore, and 3 Willow Trees, growing on Pantybettws Farm, Bettws, near Ammanford, and marked thus X with Paint. LOT 26.-About 317 Oak, 88 Beech, 3 Ash, 8 Alder, 3 Sycamore, and 2 Scotch Trees, growing on Forest-fach Farm, near Carway Colliery, Kdwelly, and marked thus (dot) with Red Paint. LOT 27.-About 295 Oak, 90 Beech, 18 Ash, 8 Alder, 2 Sycamore, and I Birch Trees, adjoining Lot 26, and marked thus I (stroke) with Red Paint. I All the Lots are of excellent quality, and worthy of the attention of Timber Merchants, Colliery Proprietors, Carpenters, and others. Lots I to 19 inclusive contain excellent Pit- wood, and some good heavy timber. Lot 20 contains good heavy timber. Lots 21 and 22 contain very useful Pitwood. Lots 23 to 27 inclusive contain very suitable Pitwood, and some good heavy timber. Lots 1, 2, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14 will be shewn on application by Mr. Theophilus Thomas, Woodward, Mountain Cottage, Llandebie. Lots 3, 4, 5 and 6 by Mr. Roberts, Dderwen, Llandebie. Lots 7 and 8 by Mr. Michael, Maesyronen, Llandebie. Lots 15, 16, 17 and 18 by Mr. Thomas, Cwmwern, Penybank, Llandilo. Lots 19 and 20 by Mr. Jones, Dynevor Farm, Llan- dilo. Lots 21 and 22 by Mr. Thomas, Glanyrafon, Garnant. Lot 23 by Mr. Rees, Raven Hotel, Garnant. Lots 24 and 25 by Mr. Evans, Pantybettws, Bettws, Amman- ford. Lots 26 and 27 by Mr. Jones, Forest- fach Farm, near Carway Colliery, Kidwelly. For further Particulars, apply to the AUCTIONEER, Dyffryn, Ammanford; or to Mr. G. GRIFFITHS, Surveyor and Estate Agent, Maesyffynon, Llandilo. February 5th, 1917. Tradesmen's Announcements PI (IDE* Boot> Shoe, OLUDL &C!ogSIORES COLLEGE STREET, AMMANFORD. ALF. WILLIAMS. The Noted House for all Kinds of FOOTWEAR. Boot RepairingNeatly Executed. IMPORTANT J NOTICE 0 To Eploseps of Laboop. ——————— ) All Employers are required under the Defence of the Realm Act, to furnish the Recruiting Officer during the first week of each Calendar Month, a List of all their Male Employees who are of Military Age, and to deliver to each Recruiting Officer during the first week in each month a written report showing any alterations and addi- tions to the said List. Any person who fails to do so under these Regulations, shall be guilty of a summary offence, and will be immediately re- ported on. T. LLOYD-HARRIES, Lieut. Colonel, Recruiting Officer. Amusements. PUBLIC HALL, GW AUN-CAE-GURWEN. To-Night (Thurs.), Friday & Saturday Feb. 15, 16 and 17. Exclusive Grand Ideal Picture Play The Magic Carpet REDSKINS and RENEGADES The Strange Case of MARY PAGE Episode 3: THE WEB. Week commencing Feb. 19th. Star Exclusive O'TRONTO The KING of THIEVES LIBERTY. Episode 4: Dead or Alive. Times and Prices as Usual WEDNESDAY, Grand Benefit Concert 1- -_u -un' Cash Advances. LONDON AND PROVINCES Lt DISCOUNT COMPANY, LTD. ADVANCE CASH DAILY In sums of ilo to £ 1,000 to all Classes on Promise to Repay. No Sureties required. Absolute Privacy. Repayments extended over a period convenient to the Borrower. No Fees or Expenses of any descrip- tion are charged unless Cash actually advanced. Apply to Manager- Mr. W. SHIRLEY, 48, Stokes Croft, Bristol. Private Cash Loans. T F you have any debts that want paying, or require £ 10 to 11,000 for business or private reasons, apply to the old-established Firm. Don't give a Bill of Sale, or expose your position to friends, as we Advance Cash without Security or Sureties. Our Specialities: Quick Completions. Low Repayments. Fair Dealings. £ 10 Cash Advanced for a charge of 20/ Repayments from 5/- weekly. CHARLES STEVENS, LTD. (Tel. 467), Hayes Buildings, Cardiff. Loans at 6 Per Cent. per Annum arranged for those entitled to Property Legacies or Income under Will or Settlement. Local & District News. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Reports, News Paragraphs, and all Communications for the "AMMAN VALLEY CHRONICLE" should be sent not later than WED- NESDAY earlier when- ever possible-addressed- EDITOR, "Amman Valley Chronicle," AMMANFORD. Will all Correspondents, whether writing in Welsh or in English, please remember, when sending in their contributions, that proper names and addresses must be given, not necessarily for insertion, but as a guarantee of good faith.

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