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Materials. Labour. Trads- Mllcel- De. for Railway bridges 19 9 6 No. Mllel. Matenals. mn I laneoua. Fines and Strays 4 4 7 Constant. Casual. Bille. Rent for Tramway Crossings & 0 0 —————- DISTRICT. £ d d d £ d. d. Ca?ben. Llanduo, DISTRICT. I. I.. S.. I.. S..  Gloucester atld Pembroke  Rtad 20 6 elly aoknowled lDent 0 {Gloucester and Pembroke Mall Rad 20 6 ¡ 506 6 5 «lly, Mknoil.dja.nt j Sanauf.Rhyn^V bSdje ? ? 299 3 4 187 16 0 10 6 0 9 1 1 606 6 5 From Railwa, COlD Branch to Tnernsplte 1 6 From "K., cV«. 2  10 94 13 1 60 18 0 6 1 0 2 4 3 163 19 7 ffiwr sJISn" 1 10 0 ? Newoastle and Cenarth } 3711 1 3 j Birde'20 6 1 251 9 11 124 16 0 20 2 0 2 14 4 399 2 3 37 11 1 3 1 Branch to Cwrt 1 0' E!Sd.Xry "8?S:n? 110 0 '?' 4 ib???ul i ?' Hen 6 31 4 0 20 10 6 71.0 mwu J Carmarthen and Lampeter 20 ? 199 19 10 155 6 0 3 18 0 4 0 6 363 4 4 "?BranchtoLlanShangel-ar.arth 4 7 6 Carmarthen, by Water-street, to Cynwil 63 72 54 30 2 0 4 12 0 0 7 010764 (Diversion, Bronwydd Arms to Stag 35j } 37 10 0 30 18 0 1 3 6 69 11 6 1 and Pheaiant gc) 6 A*A a General Expenses  94 0 1071 13 2 621 0 0 66 12 6 71 10 1 1829 16 9 THREE COMMOTTS DISTRICT. 1 Carmarthen and Swansea Road 17 4 228 13 2 92 8 0 5 U 4 1 3 1 327 18 7 2 Carmarthen and Llandilo South Road 12 8 TOW 0 72 3 0 6 0 6 0 7 0 M9 6 3UaneUy<oHandUo 16 8 189 17 1 94 18 0 10 14 2 6 6 4 301 1J 4 7 r Branch to Drefach •• ..19") Branch to Dryslwyn Ford 4 8 I 4 < Branch to Llangathen 2 2 223 12 3 54 12 0 5 t 16 « 0 1 211 28532 l Handito-Rbynows Bridge to Portby- ) rhyd 3 7 J 0 (Carmarthen, by Kidwe'ly Embank- 17 ? ) ?? 14 7 94 15 1 33 15 0 18 2 9 418 7 5 I ment, to Llanelly 6 Llanelly by Star to Kidwelly 7 0 42 13 0 31 4 0 i1 1in0 R6 T7 ST7fi 7 Llan :Ily to Loughor Bridge 3 53,5 17 616 5 0 1 5 463710 8 Llanelly by Pontyberem, to Foxhole 9 2 86 5 10 4I 6 j 16 0 0 < 1 10 0 3 f A | j ijj 9 Llanon, by Pontyberem, to Foxhole ..92 ? 86 510 4?61i6 ? ? 0 ? 0 ? .n M R 2 M 8 2 General expenses 64 8 26482 108 6 1326 2 5 565 3 1 67 9 10 97 611 2056 2 3 LLANDOVERY DISTRICT. I Brecon and Carmarthen Mail Road.. 25 6 1 1 ( Branches to Dryslwyn Ford and Llan- 340 0 4 152 14 0 11 10 0 6 18 0 611 2 t gathen •• •• •• 2 6J[ ?fHandoTeryandLampeter 19 8 1 4 4 6 498 10 0 ? Carmarthen and Lampeter 0 5 ?370 11 9112 4 011 100 4 4 6 498 10 0 3 Abermarlais to Llanwrda 2 6 15 14 2 11 14 0 97 82 4UandiIoandNeath 11 6 142 8 8 67 4 0 12 6 0 ?27 8 o 2 6 LlandiloandPoutp?bwI. 4 9 148 14 2 31 4 0 3 10 0 183 8 2 6 DangadockandNeath 12 5 255 10 2 103 5 4 6 13 8 0 10 7365 199 7 Llandorery towards Builth 7 5 139 19 0 61 12 0 0 8 0 6 16 6 207 16 6 General expenses 47 9 64795 By EX088S ° EXPeild1" ture in 1868 oe 125 6 9 i7 4 i4l2 18 31 539 17 41 -'?5 1-1??i-o 21161 12 I? Bytu«Tl8M.. 125 6 9 sTTu^lTl 539 17 4 4517 8 6419 0 MM 12 3 M96 IT 3 _?_ 9896 ——— 9896 11 3 H. Y. WORTHAM, M. General, 6th February, 1869. General Superintendent of County Roads for South Wales. ESTIMATE OF THE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR 1869:— RECEIPTS. EXPENDITURE. Remarks £ I. d. £ I. d. Remarkl ? a. d. ? a. BY COUNTY ROADS BOARD. From ToUs 1s. d. ? B. d. Carmarthen District..21M 0 0 æ I. c1. ;£ 8. c1. Three Commotts do.. 2375 0 0 By Excess of Expenditure in 1868 126 6 9 Llandofer' y do 1891 0 0 To Publio Works Loal Commi.liontrø 3249 18 ?2 6446 0 0 Salaries 677 i0 0 From County Treasurer— Stationery. Printi, and AdTerHsina; 40 0 0 Composition for Brid- Rents of T.U.honsts and Sites 8 11 6 0 267 0 0 Compensation for Land 3100 Cf?ty Road Rate Balance Arable f)r contingencies 16J 9 1J0 O 0 i County Road Rate re- Balance Atailable fir conti.ngencies 7 -3514 12 0 B Y D 1ST R I C T R 0 ADS BOA R D. Compositiocs.nnes&c 30 0 0 ■ Labour. Repairs Miscel. No. Miles. Materials. ————-——————— to Toll laneous. Constant. Casual. houses. 4 s. d f, a. d. ;C a. d. i a. d. E s. d. CARMARTHEN DISTRICT. 1 ( Gloucester and Pembroke Mail Road 20 6 ) 1 Branch to LlaDdilo.hynnw. bridge 0 691324 0 0 184 0 0 17 0 0 7 0 0 532 0 0 1 (BranehtoTaverOSpite 1 6) 2 Carmarthen to Laugharne Ford 10 4 110 0 0 67 0 0 3 0 0 170 0 0 iCarmauhen, N ,.castle, and Cenarth ) 3 Bridge -206J 240 0 0 140 0 0 16 0 0 3 0 0 399 0 0 3 1 Branch to Cwrt 1 4 Rhydfach to Llandyssil ? 4 1 109 0 0 25 0 0 21 0 0 3 0 0 158 0 0 6 t Carmarthen 8n Lampeter 20 2} ?{?S??rL??SSS??th :?7} 169 0 0 156 0 0 ?' 6 Carmarthen by Water-street to Cynnil 6 3 76 0 0 31 0 0 4 0 0 2 0 0 H2 0 0 Di!e"i°n» Bronwydd-Arms to Stag ) 29 0 0 31 0 0 60 0 0 7 f and Pheasant 3 61 29 0 031 0 0 6000 General Expenses 50 0 0 6000 94 0 1046 0 0 624 0 0 70 0 017 0 050 0 0 1807 0 0 THREE COMMOTTS DISTRIC& 1 Carmarthen and Swansea Road 17 4 220 0 0 97 0 0900 2 15 0 2 0 0 330 15 0 2 Carmarthen andLlai-dilo South Road.. 12 8 70 0 0 59 0 0 9 15 0 4 10 0 143 5 0 3 Llanetly to LlandilJ 16 8 237 0 0 87 0 0 10 0 0 7 15 0 341 15 0 1Branch to Drefach 1 9) I Branch to Diryalwyn Ford 4 81 4 < Branch to Llangathen 2 2 > 197 0 0 70 0 09100 1 6 02 0 0 279 1-50 ) LlandHo.Rhynwys bridge to Porth- ) L yrhyd 3 7j c (Carmarthen by Kidwe)!y Embank } 270 0 0 91 0 0 29 0 0 6 0 0 396 0 0  271 0 0 6 UaneUy by Star to Kidwelly 3 ;« 5 32 0 s: 0 22 x 0 0 s 5 g10 s 0 5s9 ,1;0 ;0 7 Llanelly to Louahor Bridge 3 5 32 0 0 22 0 0 5 10 0 59 10 0 8 Lianclly by Minkey to Foxhole 11 9 190 0 0 70 0 0 6 0 0 5 0 0 271 0 0 9 Llanon by Pontiberem to Foxhole 9 281 0 C 44 0 0 1 0 0 126 0 0 General Expenses 60 0 0 50 0 LLAKDOVI&RY DISTRICT. 108 6 1334 0 0 573 0 0 73 5 0 38 15 0 54 0 0 2073 Of 1 LLAMDOVERY DISTRICT. I Brecon and Carmarthen Mail Road. 25 61 0 0 163 0 0 13 10 040  1 ? Branches to Dryolwyn Ford and J 334 0 0 163 0 0 13 10 040 10 0 2 0 0 553 0 0 { Llangathen 2 „ I Hando.ery and Lampeter 19 8 l 308 0 0 116 0 0 31 0 0 11 0 0 465 0 0 ( Carmarthen and Lampeter ..05f 1 29 0 n0 3 Abermarlais to Llanwrda 2 5 16 0 0 13 0 0 29 0 0 4L?ndHoandNeath 11 6 117 0 0 62 0 01800 1 10 ,?M 1°0?0 5 Llandilo and Pontpambwl 4 9 135 0 0 31 0 ti800 0 15 0 174 15 0 6 LIangadock and 14enth 12 5 219 0 0 104 0 0 6 10 0 2 15 0 33250 7HandoTerytoward8Bu)Hh 7 5 77 0 0 52 0 0 4 0 0 0 15 0 ?33150 General Expenses 50 0 ol 50 0 0 87 41206 0 O0 ? -1-1-1 1936 5 0 87 4 540 8100 57 5 0.52 0 (11936 9990 12 0 99ooï2õ/ H. Y. WORTHAM, M. General, 5th February, 1809. General Superintendent of County Roads for South Wales. Charges upon the County, executed by South Wales Commissioners, or Secretary of State, and Annuities payable. Date. Amount of Charges. Annuity. Termination of Annuity. £ a. d. £ a. d. 25th March, 1846 27,726 7 2 .1455 12 8 26th March, 1875. 29th September, 1845 >1,949 6 11 .1677 6 10 30th September, 1875. 26th March, 1846 1,727 17 9 90 14 4 26th March, 1876. 29th September, 1846 499 6 10 26 4 4 30th September, 1876. £3,249 18 2 Officers appointed by the County Roads Board. I Salary. "6 d. Treasurer :-DAVID EVANS, 0 O per annum. Clerk to the County Roads Board-GEORGE Q SFURRBLL, Carmarthen 99 0 0 „ District -THOMAS D. LEWIS, Car- marthen 27 10 0 „ -B???Jo??an- ?? elIy. 27 10 0 „ „ W. W. MORGAN, Llan- dovery 27 10 0 „ Surreyors -REES BARRETT, Car- marthen 198 0 0 „ „ — W. BoWEN DAVIBS, Llanarthney 198 0 0 » MR. JOSEPH POWELL, GROCER & PROVISION DEALER J Auctioneer, Appraiser, and General Com- mission Agent, „ PEMBROKE.  ,>4 "4 r,: THE IRISH CHURCH. Y. T UST PUBLISHED, in English and Welsh, "GLEANINGS FROM IRISH CHURCH HISTORY," by W. P." reprinted from the WELSHMAN, and may be had of the Publishers, Messrs Morgan & Davies, WELSH- MAN Printing Office, Carmarthen. Price, 12s per 100, or 14d c.1. NOW PUBLISHED. HYMNAU HEN A NEWYDD I'w harfer Ynywasaneth yr Eglwyt. HYMN AND TUNE BOOK. s. d. Limp cloth, sprinkled edges 2 6 Cloth boards, red edges 3 0 Roan boards, red edges 4 0 HYMN BOOK. s. d. Limp cloth, sprinkled edges 1 0 Cloth boards, red edges 1 4 Roan boards, red edges 2 0 The usual allowance is made to the Trade, and to Con- gregations purchasing quantities. All particulars can be obtained on application to the Publishers, J. HADDON & Co., 3, BOUTERIE STREET, FLEET STREET, LONDON. The Books may also be bad at the Bangor Depot of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, through all Country Booksellers, or direct from the Publishers. Single oopies will be forwarded Post Free at the abort prices. p 41 DENTISTRY. MR. E. L. JONES (of the Firm, H. M. JONES & SON, Surgeon Dentists, M.C.D.E., 19, North- ampton-Place, Swansea-Established 1809.) attends CAR. MARTHEN the last MONDAY in each Calendar Month, at Messrs. THOMPSON & SHAC&ELL'S, Guildhall-square, from Ten to Five o'clock. Next visit, January 25 ARTIFICIAL TEETH upon the newest and most ap- proved principles. CHILDREN'S TEETH simply, but successfully regu- lated. Periodical Attendance at the following Places :— CARXARTHEN-The last Monday, at Messrs. Thompson t Shackells', Guildhall-Square. Next visits" January 25th, February 22nd, and March 29th. TBNBy-The last consecutive Tuesday and Wednesday in each month, at Mr John M. Heuton's, 6 and 6, High-street, Next visits—January 26th and 27th, February 23rd and 24th, March 30th and 31st. HAVEBFORDWEST-Tbe last Thursday, at Mr W. Griffiths'* Boot Maker, High-street. Next visits- January 28tb, February 25tb, and March 25th. EKBROD-Doex.- The last Friday, at Mr Wm. Cook's, Bush-street. Next visits-January 29tb, February 26th, and March 25th. A New System of Operating on a perfectly paioleH plan. One of the Firm daily in attendance. 19, Northampton- Place, Swansea. A Vacancy for a Pupil. BILIOUS and Liver Complaints, Indigestion, Sick BHeadache, Loss of Appetite, Drowsiness, Giddi- ness Spasms, and all disorders of the Stomach ana Bowels are auickly removed by that well-known remedy, FRAMP- TON'S PILL OF HEALTH. They unite the recom- mendation of a mild operation with the most successful effect; and where an aperient is required nothing can be better adapted. Sd by aU Meciioine Vendors at Is Hdand 2. 9d per box. Q 19 THE ROAD AND LIFE TO LONG HEALTH SECURED BY HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. IMPURITIES OF THE BLOOD. In seleotinl the most appropriate medicine for a particu- for ailment, there may be some difficulty unless one can be found to purify, regulate, and improve the quahtyof the blood. These Pills possess and exert these three qualifica- tions in an extraordinary degree. They enable the stomach to digest any ordinary food, increase the secretary powers of the liver, cleanse and purify the blood, expel all morbid matter, and throw into the circulation the purest elements for sustaining and repairing the frame. WEAKNESS AND DEBILITY. How many persons sufer from debility without knowing the causes why they are feeble In most cases the stomach is the aggressor. Holloway's Pills hare long been fame, for regulating a discorded stomach, and restoring its healthy digestive tone; they are therefore confidently reeommtnded as a never failing remedy in all oases where the constitution, from any cause, has become impaired or weakened. DISEASES OF THE HEAD AND HEART. These formidable diseases are, unfortunately, of frequent occurrence for the most part they creep on gradually, but may be prevented by proper precautions. Holloway's Pill's are the surest preservatives against all derangements in the brain, and are the speediest correctors of irregular ooculation. If they be taken without delay when tingling of the limbs, drowsiness, or giddiness oomes on, the effect will be marvellous. FEMALES OF ALL AGES AND CLASSES. The fame of these Pills is partly basde upon the beneficial effects they have upon the constitutions of females. From the domestic servant to the peeress, universal favour is accorded to them for their invigorating and purifying pro- perties, which render tnem so safe and invaluable in all disorders peculiar to the sex. Obstructions of every kind, either in young persons entering into womanhood or ap" proaching the tarn of life-the most critical period—may be radically removed by a recourse to these Pills. ALL DISORDERS AFFECTING THE LIVER, STOMACH, AND BOWELS. Whenever the stomach, liver, or bowels are disoorded by hige living, climate, orer-indulgence, undue exertion of other causes, these fine regulating Pills will soon rectify the evil, and speedily bring back energy, strength, and cheer- fulness to the irame where previously all wts lawitude, gloom, and dejection. DESPONDENCY, LOW SPIRITS. The misery occasioned by a disordered digestion is, unfor- tunately, felt by most. These famous Pills should be taken in appropriate doses to adjust the disturbed func- tions' They dispel headache, billiousness, nausea, lowness of spirits, and all similar ailments. A course of these invaluable purifying Pills never fails in removing the cause of such morbid affections, without subjecting the sufferer to any inconvenience. INFLUENZA, DIPTHERIA, BRONCHITIS, COUGHS: AND COLDS. In our changeable climate few persons escape without colds, sore throat", influenza, diptheria, or bronchitis, for an of which these famous corrective Pills may be taken with the certainty of effecting a cure. While the Pills are ex- pelling all impurities from the body generally, Holloway • Ointment should be well rubbed upon tbe chest and throat it will penetate the skin, reduce inflammation, and restore lasting soundness. B-oUoicay't Pills are the best remedy known in the world for the following Diseases: — Ague Dysentery Li-pr Cora- Secondary Asthma Errsipela plaints Symptoms BiliousComplaintsFemale Irre-Lumbago Tic-Douloureux Blotches on the gularities Pile Tumours Skin Fevers ofallRheumatism Ulcers Bowel Complaints kinds Ketention of Vfnereat Aflec- Co lies Fits Urine. tioo Constipation of the Gou t Scrofula 0 W r » of a Bowels Headaches King s Evil kind. Cosumption Indigestion Sore Throats Weakness, from Debility Inflammation Stone andGra-whatevercausc3 Dropsy Jaundice vel. &c. Sc. Sold at the E.tabtishment o! Professor Holloway. 53 O?rd StSreet i lato of 244 Strand. London also Of -1' res^t abeDruist ?d De.fer, in Medicines thr.u?o?? civilized ?r!d, at the following pnee.?. Is Rd 4s. 6d„ lis., 22s., and 33s. each box. There is a considerable saving by taking the larger size- ay Directions for the guidance of Patient in disorder are affixed to each Box. N B -Hclloway'a Pills and Ointment can be had °'an-rt ChSts and Druggists with Welsh directions, Wlt80a any expense.